1997 Issues

1997 Issues

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      Volume #11

      $82.00

      • Issue 52 - January/February 1997
      • Issue 53 - March 1997
      • Issue 54 - April 1997
      • Issue 55 - May 1997
      • Issue 56 - June 1997
      • Issue 57 - July 1997
      • Issue 58 - August 1997
      • Issue 59 - September 1997
      • Issue 60 - October 1997
      • Issue 61 - November 1997
      • Issue 62 - December 1997

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      Issue #62 December 1997

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      Anastasia: Like the Phoenix Rising, Fox Takes On the Disney Tradition. It began as a gleam in an ex-Disney executive's eye, the conception that feature animation could grow and prosper somewhere other than at the bastion of the industry. Now, more than three years since the idea planted its seed in his fertile mind, Mill Mechanic, the chairman of 20th Century Fox Films, has seen that simple concept grow into a full-fledged division about to launch its first full-length animated feature, Anastasia. Special Report: Animation around the Pacific Rim. Stardust. CrainRoyer. Titles and IDs. A Guide to COMDEX

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      Issue #61 November 1997

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      South Park: Where It's Cool to Break a Rule - Animators beware. There are some new guys in toon town turning out the most titillating, talked-about series in years. The series South Park, Comedy Central's new half-hour adult-oriented animated series. AniCom Awards for Commercial Animation. Global View: Latin America

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      Issue #60 October 1997

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      Alien Invasion: After just eighteen months in the animation business, Columbia TriStar Television's Children's Programming Unit has already proved to be a major player. Now the company adds another feather to its cap with the animated version of its mega-blockbuster theatrical hit, Men in Black. International Broadcaster's Buying Guide. Global TV Animation Programming Guide.

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      Issue #59 September 1997

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      "Reboot" Renaissance: Mainframe Entertainment Inc.'s pioneering computer-rendered series 'Reboot' returns with a new maturity, as both the characters - and the technology that created them - grow up. Fall TV Round-up. Internet Animation. SFX Roundtable

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      Issue #58 August 1997

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      Holy Batwing! Batman's New Turf Is The Kids WB! Continuing his patrol of Gotham City from his new headquarters at the Kids' WB!, the animated Batman gets a sharp redesign, plus crime-fighting assists from Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing - and even Superman! The Future of Feature Films Looks Bright. Top Commercial Houses

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      Issue #57 July 1997

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      Hercules: Having the Strength to Soar - On the surface, it seems like the folks at Walt Disney have done it all over the years, turning children's books (101 Dalmatians), fairy tales (Beauty and the Beast), adult novels (The Hunchback of Notre Dame) and even real-life historical figures (Pocahontas) into much-loved, incredibly successful animated feature films. But oddly enough, they had never tapped into mythology, a natural source for artistic inspiration, until they hit on the story for their 35th animated feature, this summer's Hercules.

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      Issue #56 June 1997

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      Spawn Is HBO's Midnight Crusader: HBO Animation pushes the envelope with Spawn, the first of its adult-themed animation series being offered for midnight viewing on HBO - On paper, Spawn looks like the top-selling comic book character he is, complete with tights and flowing cape. But regular readers of Todd McFarlane's hit comic book know that Spawn has a darker side - a much darker side. Spawn often examines such mature themes as child abuse, racial tensions and other evils that plague society. The Annecy Festival. EFX Houses: How the Best Stay Hot - Sampler of Visual Effects

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      Issue #55 May 1997

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      Sleeping Giant: Fox Kids Network Grows Up - It's almost moving day at Fox Kids Network and one look at the sprawl of the new, larger quarters tells the story - this is a network that is growing. Nelvana's Madcap "Sam & Max" Set to Storm Saturday Mornings. Special Report: Max 3D Studio

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      Issue #54 April 1997

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      A Sneak Preview of The World Animation Celebration: It's coming to Pasadena from March 24 to March 30 with a variety of events that will make this the "Woodstock" of animation. Inside: A salute to Chuck Jones, Directing 60 years of Animation. Cat's Don't Dance Finally Comes to the Big Screen

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      Issue #53 March 1997

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      World Cartoon Headquarters: Cartoon Network Strengthens It's Brand Identity With a Healthy Mix of Classic Toons and Captivating New Characters. Setting Your Sights On a Web Page. Animation Magazine Special Report: SOFTIMAGE

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      Issue #52 January/February 1997

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      Disney's New Breed of TV Animation: With nearly 75 years of history behind it, Disney has created a historic tradition in the world of animation. Now, however, there are so many changes afoot at Walt Disney TV Animation that the core creative challenge, says Dean Valentine, president of Walt Disney Television and Walt Disney TV Animation, is to maintain the Disney legacy and yet grow the company beyond it

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      Issue #51 December 1996

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      Beavis and Butt-Head Do Feature Animation: It seems only fitting that the last exciting development for 1996 in the world of animation is the release of Beavis and Butt-Head Do America, the new animated feature starring the outrageous stars of the MTV series. The Year in Review. The Most Influential in Animation. The 10 Hottest Issues in Animation. Hanna-Barbera Storyboard Search. 10 Companies to Watch in 1997