2005 Issues

2005 Issues

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      Volume #19

      $72.00

      • Issue 144 - January 2005
      • Issue 145 - February 2005
      • Issue 146 - March 2005
      • Issue 147 - April 2005
      • Issue 148 - May 2005
      • Issue 149 - June 2005
      • Issue 150 - July 2005
      • Issue 151 - August 2005
      • Issue 152 - September 2005
      • Issue 153 - October 2005
      • Issue 154 - November 2005
      • Issue 155 - December 2005

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      Issue #159 April 2006

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      Gaming - A look at animation trends in gaming; Art Institute of Calif.–Los Angeles opens the Game Center. Feature - Second Mammoth Undertaking - Fox/Blue Sky's "Ice Age 2: The Meltdown"; Europe's animated feature scene is alive and kicking at Cartoon Movie; "Negadon" brings CG to the classic Japanese monster movie. Television - A cultural give and take between Asian and Western traditions; Three musically minded animals are the stars in Nick Jr.'s "The Wonder Pets". VFX - The big-screen adaptation of "V for Vendetta"; Weta Digital's VFX experts recreate the environmental shots of Skull Island for "King Kong". Opportunities - Toon biz veteran Fred Crippen offers advice on how to create the right cartoon scripts.

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      Issue #155 December 2005

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      Daniel Goldmark's Tunes for Toons. The fresh taste of Austin's HorseBack Salad. The animated glory of HBO's Rome. Return of the Great French Warrior. Building Aslan's Magical Kingdom. A Toon Festival Grows in Brooklyn. The Samurai Critic. Family Bonds: Undercover espionage is a family affair in The X's, Nick's cool retro toon created by Carlos Ramos. The Ultimate Animation Lover's Holiday Gift Guide. Keeping a Glam Heroine in Flux. Vfx from A to Zathura. Community Theater.

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      Issue #154 November 2005

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      FlickerLab's Fierce titles. INTERspectacular's spectacular work. Designing Sound for Animation. All Hail the Pumpkin King! Bigger Pie, Smaller Slices: Top indie players discuss the changing climate of producing TV animation for the global market. Sunwoo's Mix Master Bridges Gaming and Kids' Worlds. Captain Scarlet Rides Again. MIPCOM Sampler. An Early and Lively Guide to Culture. The Korean Digital Connection. Wheels and Deals. Shootout at the FX Corral. Training the Digital Troops. 3D Pete.

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      Issue #153 October 2005

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      Mark Simon's Facial Expressions. Education of a Comics Artist: the book on comic-book artists. Dreamland Chronicles. MediEvil Never Dies: Cambridge Studios revives a ghastly Gothic favorite for Sony;s PSP. Plasticine Perfection: Wallace & Gromit get their big-screen close-ups! Beyond the Looking Glass. Beyond the Nuts and Bolts. Creatures of the Deep South. Fast, Funny and Out of Control. The Latest Toon-Related Tie-Ins. Sound Solutions. Digital Magic. A Skillful Art Project. Class Acts 2005.

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      Issue #152 September 2005

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      A review of Out of the Inkwell. The Smurfs get a movie deal. Aardman has a Panic attack. Comic-Con Plays the Game. Black Wedding: A sneak peek at the exquisitely crafted stop-motion feature, Tim Burton's Corpse Bride. Learning from the Past. Getting Siggie With It. The Must-See List. A Movie for Stewie Griffin. Meow Mix. Scientific Aliens. Toy Central. Toon Boom's Terrific Tool. How to Land a Killer Animation Internship

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      Issue #151 August 2005

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      Cartoon Network's Ben 10. More features for Exodus. Summer books we love. Resistance is Futile. Dishing Up Dazzling Eye Candy. Animated Voyage of Discovery. The Further Adventures of the Little Blue Alien. Spinning Anime into Gold. Comics Tune the Toons. Monkey Business. What's Up, Doc? It's the 28th Century. Get the skinny on the new animated features in the studio pipelines and the coolest upcoming brands. This year's talented Student Academy Award Nominees share some of the secrets of their toon success.

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      Issue #150 July 2005

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      Strange show concepts from Japan. Remembering Joe Grant. Jungle to Jungle. The Future of Gaming Expo-sed at E3. Postcards from a Dream. A Place in the Animation Sun. June DVD Heat Wave. Basic Insect: The Buzz on Maggie. Only Six More Shopping Months Left Until Xmas! MoonScoop Scoops Up New Licensing Pals. State of the Art: Partners in Crime. Tech Review Corner. A Fruitful Season.

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      Issue #149 June 2005

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      Neal Adams, from Batman to Bucky O'Hare. The book of 3D modeling. Wallace & Gromit play a new game. I Want to Hold Your Hand-Held. Ten Common Game Animator Mistakes. Dark Side Confidential. Toyko Festival's Growing Pains. Rising Stars of 2005. Spring DVD Report. High-Octane Teen Adventure. Move Over, Buffy! Digital Review Corner. American Student in Paris.

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      Issue #148 May 2005

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      Madagascar. Get your fresh copy of Disney's Pocahontas: 10th Anniv. Edition at DVD stores today. Cartoons 2005 in Rome. The Independent Festival of Digital Arts. Ed Edd 'n Eddy. Cannes Film Festival. Showcase 2005. The Simpsons: Bart Wars. Wireless & Mobile WorldExpo. Star Wars Episode III - Revenge of the Sith. Taiwan International Animation Festival

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      Issue #147 April 2005

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      Gaming - BLITZ expands its gaming division; Will smaller companies beat the big guys at their game? Feature - Katsuhiro Otomo's "Steamboy" offers a stunning adventure set in Victorian England; "Sprung! The Magic Roundabout" puts a CG spin on a vintage French stop-motion show; Don Hertzfeldt and Mike Judge take their "Animation Show" on the road; Vanguard Animation's "Valiant" flies on U.S. screens; Why toon pros are drawn to Germany's world-class Cartoon Movie event. Television - How "Timmy's Lessons in Nature" made its creators feel like proud parents; The mad geniuses at Bent Image Lab come up with some wonderful experiments. VFX - ESC and Tippett Studio unleash a legion of impressive demons in "Constantine"; VFX supervisor John Bruno comes clean about the dark secrets of "Alien vs. Predator".

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      Issue #146 March 2005

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      Finding Money at Cartoon Movie. Unleashing Pet Aliens. KOCCA branches out. The Art of Robots and three other toon-related books we love. McGee's Magic. A Sequel to Master and Command. Full-Metal Package. The Short Road to Oscar. Confessions of an Indie Toon Queen. Enter the American Dragon. Investigating in the Toon-Toy Synergy. Conjuring an Elaborate Mask. Delivering Elektra-fying Effects. Ryan's Hope

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      Issue #145 February 2005

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      Fred Patten's take on Manga. It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Superdog. Cinematic Greatness. Bear Necessity: The animals of Hundred Acre Wood meet a new character in Pooh's Heffalump Movie. Oscar Watch. It's Show Time for the Annies. Teen Spirit. Junior Auteur. Nots on NATPE. Anicomm Awards. In the Palm of Your Hand. Foaling Around. The Mojo Connection

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      Issue #144 January 2005

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      DK's Robots book. Cartoon Pizza's new flavors. Japanese preschool wonder. Another Roald Dahl hits the big screen. Zero Gs, Oodles of Fun: SCEA's revolutionary new AntiGrav game. All Aboard the Mo Cap Express. Henry Selick's Fish Tale. Pursuit of the Golden Guy. No Broomsticks Allowed. Fun with Fungus. 2005 School Directory. Songs in the Key of Toons. Lighting the Superheroes.