2001 Issues

2001 Issues

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      Volume #15

      $72.00

      • Issue 97 - January 2001
      • Issue 98 - February 2001
      • Issue 99 - March 2001
      • Issue 100 - April 2001
      • Issue 101 - May 2001
      • Issue 102 - June 2001
      • Issue 103 - July 2001
      • Issue 104 - August 2001
      • Issue 105 - September 2001
      • Issue 106 - October 2001
      • Issue 107 - November 2001
      • Issue 108 - December 2001

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      Issue #108 December 2001

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      How can You Stay the Animation Course and Plan for the Long-run? For Your Library: DVDs and Videos. Tips From Thriving Animators to Make it Through Business Cycles. Success Strategies for Small Companies or How to Tread Water. Outlook and Game Plan for New Companies Entering the Field. WETA Digital Tackles Tolkien's Lord of the Rings. Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius. Beauty and the Beast Becomes 'Human Again' for IMAX Presentation. Walt Disney Remembered by Nephew Roy on His Centenary. Inside Job: Rebuilding Your Career.

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      Issue #107 November 2001

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      Justice League to the Rescue on Cartoon Network. Service Providers: Survival of the Fittest. 25 Rising Women in Animation. Cartoon Forum. Pixar Makes the Perfect Beast for Monsters, Inc. DVD Spotlight: Simpsons First Season. COMDEX 2001 Special: Hewlett-Packard Q&A. Commercial People on the Move. Inside Job: The Overseas Supervisor

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      Issue #106 October 2001

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      Susanne Schosser Finds Forula to Success for Super RTL. Geroge Shrinks. MIPCOM 2001 Shoppers' Corner. International TV Season Preview. Creative Process: Sitting Ducks. Q&A with Anthony Temple, 4BKN Consumer Products. Licensing Spotlight: SpongeBob Squarepants. Barbie's CG Transition to the Movies is a Nutcracker Natural. Walking Life Frees Animators with User-Friendly Software and Indie Approach. DVD Spotlight: Akira Returns with Digital Assist. What Kicked Butt at SIGGRAPH 2011. Curious Pictures Puts Best Foot Forward in Chick Walker.

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      Issue #105 September 2001

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      Butt-Ugly Martians Transforms Mike Young Prods into 3D Success. Fall TV Season Overview. Cinesite Contributes CGI to Band of Brothers. ACMEworks to the Rescue. Product Reviews / Seal of Excellence. Inside Job: Studying Abroad. Festivals and Markets.

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      Issue #104 August 2001

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      Rugrats Celebrate 10th Anniversary. Osmosis Jones. Scifi.com's Maatkara & Chi-Chian. ILM's CG Work on A.I. CGI's Rising Stars 4.0. Jurassic Park III. Final Fantasy. SIGGRAPH 2011 Highlights. It's a Wrap, Wild Brain. Mesmer Animation Labs. Inside Job: How to Visit WAC and SIGGRAPH 2001

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      Issue #103 July 2001

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      Teacher's Pet. BKN Q&A with Allen Bohbot. Atlantis: The Lost Empire. Special Guide to Programs, Events and Panels. When Dinosaurs Roamed America. Illustrator 9: Critical for Platinum Studios. Ex'pression Center for New Media. Festivals and Markets.

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      Issue #102 June 2001

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      X-Chromosome. Recollections of Bill Hanna. TV Company Profile: Cosgrove Hall Films. Theatrical Licensing Challenge. Licensing Property: Metabot, Calliou, Super Duper Sumos. Q&A with Al Kahn, 4Kids Entertainment Inc. 2001 Animated Overview: Countdown to Oscar History. Shrek Dreamworks' Upside Down Fairy Tale. Home Video Company to Watch: The Baby Einstein Company. Cats & Dogs. How to Choose a School.

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      Issue #101 May 2001

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      The Oblongs. Write Stuff: The Search for Story Ideas. Will Viinton Studios: A 25-year Odyssey. Main Event: Cartoon Movie. Pork and Beans. Weathering the Storm: Tips for Houses to Ride Out a Tough Stretch. The Rise of 'Surreal Realism'. Cinematics in Gaming. Full Sail Students on the Right Course.

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      Issue #100 April 2001

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      Craig McCracken: Peter Pan and the Powerpuff Girls. Robots and Wizards Help Nelvana Expand Its Reach. MIP-TV Shopper. What MIP-TV Buyers and Sellers are Looking for. Toy Fair Wrap-Up. Pokemon 3: The Movie. Internet Spotlight: UnderGroundOnline. Internet Spotlight: Volume.com. Skaramoosh Creates a Shaggy Mammoth Adventure. Party Time with LocoMotion. Career Advice: Are You and Your Career A True Match.

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      Issue #99 March 2001

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      Grand Slamm Children's Films. Creative Process: Invader ZIM. 20th Century Fox. Licensing Spotlight: Jimmy Neutron. First Software Oscar for Pixar. Monkeying Around: Henry Selick's Third Feature, Monkeybone. Internet Spotlight: LEVEL13.NET. Internet Spotlights: LEVEL13.NET. Internet News. 2001: A Space Odyssey. Gaming Company to Watch: Oddworld Inhabitants. CGI Squirrel Stampede. Digital Hollywood Institute of Media Arts.

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      Issue #98 February 2001

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      Lloyd in Space. TV Executive Dialogue: Andy Heyward, DIC Entertainment. Trendspotter: Q&A with Michael Riley, Sony Pictures Consumer Products. Dinosaur Tops Animation Box Office for 2000. Make Way for SD Entertainment. Inside Lizzie McGuire. Fantasy-Driven Hot Wheels Spots Make the Most of CGI

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      Issue #97 January 2001

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      Cartoons Rule in 2000. Gary and Mike Hit the Road... and the Airwaves. DIC's New Independence Refreshes Company's Licensing Efforts. Toy Story 2 Sweeps the Annies. The Emperor's New Groove. 3dBob Productions Creates 3D Bill Cosby. Chuck Jones Cries TimberWolf on the Web. Online Games. LEAF Awards