2004 Issues

2004 Issues

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      Volume #18

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      • Issue 132 - January 2004
      • Issue 133 - February 2004
      • Issue 134 - March 2004
      • Issue 135 - April 2004
      • Issue 136 - May 2004
      • Issue 137 - June 2004
      • Issue 138 - July 2004
      • Issue 139 - August 2004
      • Issue 140 - September 2004
      • Issue 141 - October 2004
      • Issue 142 - November 2004
      • Issue 143 - December 2004

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      Issue #143 December 2004

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      The December Animation Planner. From Pencil to Pixel. Chinese Zodiac inspires a toon. Dual Duel Masters. Incredible Journey. SpongeBob Soaks Up the Big Screen. When the Mouse Goes Digital. Meet Popeye the CG Sailor Man. TV Market Bullish on Toons. The Ultimate Fan's Shopping Guide. A Series of Fortunate Effects. ILM's Day Out. Independent Animator.

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      Issue #142 November 2004

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      Fintastic Voyage: Shark Tale, DreamWorks Animation;s second big feature release of 2004, may have the making of a big holiday hit, but will it be able to beat the stellar record of Shrek and Shrek 2? The art of The Incredibles. The Big Green Guy Is Back! Re-Assembling Robotech. The World According to Todd. Ten Simple Rules for Setting Up Co-Production Deals. Meet Astro Boy's American Cousins. Rules of the Game. Playing with Political Puppets. Top Fall Classes.

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      Issue #141 October 2004

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      Atomic Betty Rocks the World: The creative team at Atomic Cartoons and Breakthrough Animation talk candidly about the process of bringing Atomic Betty, their spunky new Canuck heroine, to animated life. The Hottest Manga Compendium. Swimming with Sharks. Back to the Future. Tales from TV Market Hell. Lions and Tigers and Vegas Acts, Oh My! Bad to the Bone. Reaper Madness. The Devil's in the Details.

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      Issue #140 September 2004

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      Spidey's Sticky CG Web: A behind-the-scenes look at how the digital wizards at Sony Pictures Imageworks brought a heightened sense of realism to the vfx of this summer's blockbuster, Spider-Man 2. Scary Godmother and other Halloween spooks. Cat Scratch Fever. Yu-Gi-Oh! Takes the Big Leap. From Toy Shelves to DVD Aisles. The Quest for the Best Eye Candy. Field of Dreams. Studios, Schools and Students.

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      Issue #139 August 2004

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      Sky Captain's Amazing CG Adventures: Paramount's late-summer gamble, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, pushes the limits of what bluescreen technology can achieve in Movies. Three different books focus on sketches and drawings by animators. 10 Reasons to Attend Comic-Con. Meet the Swashbuckling Mouse. Holy Revived Franchise! Springtime in Germany. What We Picked Up at the Fair. Grudge Match. Going for the Gold.

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      Issue #138 July 2004

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      Why McCracken Cracks Us Up: Powerpuff Girls creator could have another big hit on his hand with his wonderful new Cartoon Network series, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. the Anime Expo arrives in Anaheim. Playing in the Swamp. Games Down Under. Lorenzo: A Purrfect Short. Joys of Fatherhood. Tracking Tomorrow's Toys. State os the Art: Creating a Crumbling House. Historic Lab. Return of the Creepy Crawlies.

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      Issue #137 June 2004

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      Art of Re-Animating Classic Monsters: There's more to the new Van Helsing movie than meets the eye. We talk to some of the industrial Light & Magic digital animators who have sunk their teeth into bringing the movie's classic monsters to life. The new tell-all Shrek book. Invasion of the Game Developers. News from the Tokyo Anime Fair. Rising Stars of Animation. Extreme Weather Makeover. Tricks of the Trade: VFX Roundup. From Classes to Careers.

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      Issue #136 May 2004

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      The Return of the 3D Green Ogre: Will DreamWorks and PDI's beloved monster find another happy ending in the much-anticipated animated feature, Shrek 2? A new Peanuts treasury. More toons jump on the DVD express line. Delgo's Digital Wonders. Jersey's Giant Robot. When Stimpy Met Gonzo. What's Your Killer App? Team Spirit at Cogswell.

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      Issue #135 April 2004

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      Meanwhile, Back on the 2D Farm: No matter how you look at it, Disney's Home on the Range could be the studio's biggest gamble this year. Not only is the movie traditionally animated, it's a Western and features singing cows, horses and chickens. HD Wonders of Animania. Game Design for Dummies. A Tale of Two Events: A preview of the season's big Euro animation festivals. Must-See MIPTV. What's Cool in '04. Buyer Frenzy. Effects from Hell.

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      Issue #134 March 2004

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      Astro Boy Goes Back in Orbit: Sony Pictures and Kids' WB! put the quirky Japanese manga toon back in action on Saturday mornings. Will a new generation get hooked on the tyke-size superhero? The 2004 edition of Cartoon Movie. Flashback to the '80s. Short and Sweet: A few reasons why the animated shorts category in the Oscar race is hard to read. How the West Was Drawn. The Padded Cel. Shape of Toys to Come. Vive La France!

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      Issue #133

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      Issue #132 January 2004

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      El Cid Begins Its Reign in Spain: Barcelona-based animation studio Filmax is in the spotlight with it's new animated feature, El Cid, the Legend. EA Brings Rings Full Cycle. Counting on the Green Monster. 20 Years of Mice, Ducks and Bears. A Big Year for Three TV Kings. School Guide 2004 Special Section.