2003 Issues

2003 Issues

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      Volume #17

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      • Issue 121 - February 2003
      • Issue 122 - March 2003
      • Issue 123 - April 2003
      • Issue 124 - May 2003
      • Issue 125 - June 2003
      • Issue 126 - July 2003
      • Issue 127 - August 2003
      • Issue 128 - September 2003
      • Issue 129 - October 2003
      • Issue 130 - November 2003
      • Issue 131 - December 2003

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      Issue #131 December 2003

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      And That's Not All, Folks! Directed by Joe Dante, the new Warner Bros. feature Looney Tunes: Back in Action promises to attract a new generation of fans to the classic animated characters. Bix Pix visits Doh-Doh Island. Back to Budokai: Dragon Ball Z's fighting following-up game aims to please demanding fans. Oscar Watch: Part I. Adventures in Tweenland. MIPCOM 2003's Delightful Discoveries. A Toon Lover's Gift Guide. Basking in the Visual Glory of Return of the King. The Mischievous Mo-Cap Magic of Elf. the Fine Art of Mentoring.

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      Issue #130 November 2003

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      Disney Grins and Bears It All: Disney's latest animated feature, Brother Bear, promises to deliver excellent character designs, a charming story, and a top-notch voice cast. Silverwing's Final Touches. Hell to Play: Todd McFarlane talks about the dark new Spawn Game and why this new version delivers a bigger adrenaline rush than previous incarnations. Anime Titles for Your Desert-Island Collection. Funding Pictures Gets a Bigger Focus in Korea. Kids'-Eye View of the Fall Season. Feels Like Teen Spirit. Spooky Halloween Tie-Ins. Bauhaus Pushes the Paperless Revolution.

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      Issue #129 October 2003

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      Millennium Actress Takes Center Stage: Satoshi Kon's enigmatic new movie questions the nature of reality and offers a bittersweet valentine to the art of filmmaking. Monthly Animation Planner. Cracking Good Game: Aardman's Wallace & Gromit charm us again in an addictive new game. You Must Unlearn What You Have Learned. Genndy Tartakovsky and his crack team at Cartoon Network offer a witty take on George Lucas' Star Wars saga. Asian Overtures. The Padded Cel. The Essential MIPCOM Buyer's Compendium. Liaisons in Lombardy. Culture Clash. Full House. Play Ball.

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      Issue #128 September 2003

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      The Matrix's Revolutionary Third Act: Have visual effects director John Gaeta and the team from ESC saved their best efforts for the final Matrix chapter? Find out in this early sneak peek at the stunning finale. Marvel's Brave New Game Plan: X-Men 2 and The Hulk finds longer shelf life in the game world. Lara Croft Does It Again. Aardman's new CG Toons Show Strength of Character: The much-admired plasticine toon shop gives in to the charms of the CG universe. Ugly Dolls, Kim Possible, Animal and Schoolhouse Rock Land on the Licensing Tip Sheet. Kaydara celebrates a ten-year milestone. CG Stunts That Shook the World. A CG state of Mind.

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      Issue #127 August 2003

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      Bride of the Terminator: The third film in The Terminator series offers several breath-taking digital effects by the team at ILM. We'll take a look at the secrets of these lean, mean killing machines. Return of Experiment 626: The hilarious blue alien gets his own DVD sequel, Stitch! The Movie. Anime's New Cultural Zeitgeist. This Pig May Fly. Meet Fred Siebert, Instigator. Girrrrl Power Takes Center Stage. Second Annual Pitch Party. The Fruitful SIGGRAPH-student Connection

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      Issue #126 July 2003

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      Sailing Away with Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas. DreamWorks' swash-buckling summer toon is more influenced by Indiana Jones that Chuck Jones. When Big-Screen Effects Attack. Ready for Their Emmy Moments: A familiar collection of prime-time shows are submitting their best for Emmy Consideration this year. In Praise of a 70-Year-Old Sailor. The World According to Albie: an imaginative boy is the center of a dreamy summertime toon by Cosgrove Hall. WINX Migration: Rainbow's WINX Club is no fairy tale. Creating Kaena's Digital Tribe.

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      Issue #125 June 2003

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      Making a Mean, Green Machine. Director Ang Lee and the animators at ILM strive to create a realistic, poignant digital monster for this summer's much-anticipated superhero movie, The Hulk. Weston Woods brings classics to life. Doubling the F/X for X-Men 2. The Padded Cel. Going Japanese. Animag's Annual Music and Voice-Over Special Report: Read about the latest trends and noisemakers in the colorful worlds of animation music and voice-over art. Stretching Your Education Dollars.

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      Issue #124 May 2003

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      Pixar Goes Swimming with the Fishes: Andrew Stanton's visually stunning feature Finding Nemo boldly swims where other underwater toons fear to go. Dreamcatcher's sublime slime. We catch up with the talented winners of our Gamer;s Rad Pack poll. French Toon Scene is Alive and Well. Mr. Warburton Explains It All! Frank and Ollie: Drawn Together. State of the Art: Building the Perfect Monster. Ex'pression Express.

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      Issue #123 April 2003

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      Mature Content Moves to Mainstream: Triad of hot New TNN toons - The New Ren & Stimpy, Stripperella and Gary the Rat - aims to gratify grown-up tastes. April Animation Planner. Once Upon a time in Silicon Valley: A look at how videogame animators became storytellers and what happens next. Looking through MIP-TV's Crystal Ball. British Tube Scene Feels Stretched and Squashed. Hungarian Rhapsodist. State of the Art: A Swinging Time. Summertime Animation Immersion.

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      Issue #122 March 2003

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      Eyes of the Beholder: A special preview of French animator Sylvain Chomet's awe-inspiring new feature Les Triplettes de Belleville. Tractor Tom enters the field. Flash Forward: Why MAcromedia's hot software has become the new toon era's weapon of choice. Invasion of the Plush Dolls. The Essential DVD Animation Library. Putting Shorts on Oscar: Handicapping this year's unpredictable Animated Shorts Oscar race. Space Cowboys. State of the Art: Bloody Good Facial Augmentation.

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      Issue #121 February 2003

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      Large-format CG movie worries about the planet... The Box Man dazzles at the AFI Festival... MTV's Clone High U.S.A. graduates to the top of the class... Indianan Jones is in fine swashbuckling form in a new game adventure. Robby London kicks off his new monthly column The Padded Cel by analyzing the mad voodoo confab known as NATPE. Warner Bros. Animation continues to keep the toon pipeline humming with new series featuring familiar characters from the past. Silver Lining's Amory Millard discusses the branding of popular piglet Olivia. Indie central Sundance Festival kicks off a cool new animation program. State of the Art: Sony Pictures Imageworks reveals a few of Stuart Little 2's digital tricks. A Day in the Life: Japanese animator and student extraordinaire, Yasuhiro Yoshiura.

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      Issue #120 December 2002/January 2003

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      LucasArts 20-Year Anniversary. What's Your "CN/TEN" IQ? Klasky Csupo 20-Year Anniversary. Is Futurama History? John Coates' The Snowman: A Triumphant Traditional. Plasticine Perfection Aardman Animations' 30-Year Anniversary. Sony Pictures Imageworks at 10. Go East, Young Animator.