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      Volume #21

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      • Issue 168 - January 2007
      • Issue 169 - February 2007
      • Issue 170 - March 2007
      • Issue 171 - April 2007
      • Issue 172 - May 2007
      • Issue 173 - June 2007
      • Issue 174 - July 2007
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      Volume #20

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      • Issue 156 - January 2006
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      • Issue 162 - July 2006
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      • Issue 165a/165b - October 2006
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      Volume #19

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      • Issue 144 - January 2005
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      Volume #18

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      • Issue 132 - January 2004
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      Volume #17

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      • Issue 121 - February 2003
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      Volume #16

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      • Issue 109 - January 2002
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      Volume #15

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      • Issue 97 - January 2001
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      Volume #14

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      • Issue 86 - January 2000
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      • Issue 89 - April 2000
      • Issue 90 - May 2000
      • Issue 91 - June 2000
      • Issue 92 - July/August 2000
      • Issue 93 - September 2000
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      Volume #13

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      • Issue 74 - January 1999
      • Issue 75 - February 1999
      • Issue 76 - March 1999
      • Issue 77 - April 1999
      • Issue 78 - May 1999
      • Issue 79 - June 1999
      • Issue 80 - July 1999
      • Issue 81 - August 1999
      • Issue 82 - September 1999
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      Volume #12

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      • Issue 63 - January 1998
      • Issue 64 - February 1998
      • Issue 65 - March 1998
      • Issue 66 - April 1998
      • Issue 67 - May 1998
      • Issue 68 - June 1998
      • Issue 69 - July 1998
      • Issue 70 - August 1998
      • Issue 71 - September 1998
      • Issue 72 - October 1998
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      Volume #11

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      • Issue 52 - January/February 1997
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      • Issue 56 - June 1997
      • Issue 57 - July 1997
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      Volume #10

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      • Issue 40/41 - January 1996
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      • Issue 45 - May 1996
      • Issue 46 - June/July 1996
      • Issue 47 - August 1996
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      • Issue 50 - November 1996
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      Volume #9

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      • Issue 37 - August 1995
      • Issue 38 - October/November 1995
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      Volume #8

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      • Issue 31 - Oct/Nov 1994
      • Issue 32 - January 1995
      • Issue 33 - February 1995
      • Issue 34 - May 1995
      • Issue 35 - July 1995
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      Volume #7

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      • Issue 25 - October 1993
      • Issue 26 - November 1993
      • Issue 27 - January 1994
      • Issue 28 - Mar/Apr 1994
      • Issue 29 - May/June 1994
      • Issue 30 - July/August 1994

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      Volume #6

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      • Issue 21 - October 1991
      • Issue 22 - December 1992 / January 1993
      • Issue 23 - March 1993
      • Issue 24 - July 1993

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      Volume #5

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      • Issue 17 - September/October 1991
      • Issue 18 - November/December 1991
      • Issue 19/20 - Spring 1992

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      Volume #4

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      • Issue 13 - October 1990
      • Issue 14 - January 1991
      • Issue 15 - May/June 1991
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      Volume #3

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      • Issue 9 - August 1989
      • Issue 10 - October 1989
      • Issue 11 - February 1990
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      Volume #2

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      • Issue 5 - Summer 1988
      • Issue 6 - October 1988
      • Issue 7 - January 1989
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      Volume #1

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      • Issue 1 - August 1987
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      • Issue 4 - Spring 1988

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      Issue #208 Dec. 2010/Jan. 2011

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      Features - After several years of revisions and reboots, Disney serves up "Tangled", a thoroughly modern, seamlessly animated version of Rapunzel with memorable characters, inspired songs and surprisingly emotional moments; Anime vionsary Mamoru Hosoda imagines a clash between two realities in his 2D sci-fi hit, "Summer Wars"; "Yogi Bear’s" animation director talks about the process of bringing Hanna-Barbera’s famous Jellystone resident to CG life. Television - Rubicon Studio's CEO and founder Randa Ayoubi realizes her ambitious plans by putting Jordan on the global animation map with new international partnerships and innovative educational initiatives. VFX - The penultimate Harry Potter movie, "The Deathly Hallows, Part 1", offers a dark, grown-up adventure glistening with astonishing visual effects; "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" provides many opportunities for the killer vfx teams at Moving Picture Company and Cinesite to make an unforgettable visual splash.

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      Issue #207b Oscar Preview

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      Features - Based on a script by the late French helmer Jacques Tati, Sylvain Chomet's "The Illusionist" delivers a beautiful homage to a vanishing breed of entertainers; Studio Ghibli reinvents Mary Norton's tale for anime audiences in "The Borrower Arrietty"; useful, real-world tips on directing animation for indie films, excepted from David B. Levy's upcoming book "Directing Aniamtion". Shorts - Director Harry Chaskin discusses his award-winning, stop-motion short, "Bygone Behemoth"; Warner Bros. revives the eternal Wile E. Coyote vs Road Runner battle in a trio of clever, beautifully executed CG shorts. Oscar Watch - Experts weigh in on the animated feature race; A brief guide to the Best Animated Feature contenders and what they are bringing to the Oscar nomination ring this year; An animated peek at 2011 and what features will be playing in theaters next year; A look at the animated shorts that have nabbed awards at various festivals recognized by the Academy

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      Issue #207a November 2010

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      Feature - DreamWorks Animation’s latest 3-D feat, "Megamind", tells a story full of heart and humor from a super-villain’s POV; Prolific artist Bill Plympton takes us behind the scenes of his latest movie, "Idiots and Angels", and discusses the fast-changing world of animation. MIPCOM Special - Based on a popular French book series, Moonscoop’s new animated show "Tara Duncan" is ready to cast its spell on young audiences around the world; Studio100’s new CG-animated version of "Maya the Bee" is poised to win a whole new generation of fans; Aardman’s "Timmy Time" finds the perfect American home on Disney Channel; Our annual Buyers Guide, exec Q & A, show highlights and a look at what’s new from toon studios around the globe. VFX - It took a lot of smooth and well-calibrated vfx work to bring the explosions, stand-offs and flying bullet sequences of "Red" to the screen.

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      Issue #206 October 2010

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      Features - Director Zack Snyder leaves live-action behind to tackle a sweeping 3-D animated adaptation of "Legend of the Guardians", featuring a brave parliament of owls.; "Alpha and Omega", the new 3-D CG-animated pic from Crest Animation and Lionsgate, charts the unlikely friendship between two very different kinds of wolves; Paul and Sandra Fierlinger’s animated adaptation of "My Dog Tulip" tells a poignant, personal tale through realistic and simple drawings and paperless TVPaint technology. Television - The Hub’s president and CEO Margaret Loesch discusses the new Hasbro/Discovery venture’s programming lineup and philosophy; Warner Bros. Animation brings Alfred E. Neuman and the satirizing sizzle of "MAD" to animated life with its new skit series; Disney Channel’s new animated series "Fish Hooks" introduces viewers to a hilarious cast of characters with a backdrop of a great-looking pet shop.. Breakthrough entertainment and Brazil's 2DlAb join forces on the new preschool series, "My Big Big Friend". Home Entertainment - Director Bradley Raymond and producer Helen Kalafatic share the magic of Tinker Bell’s third solo flight on DVD.

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      Issue #205 September 2010

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      Feature - Goro Miyazaki’s adaptation of Urula K. Le Guin’s "Earthsea" series finally makes its debut in the U.S.; Bob Osher and Hannah Minghella discuss the Sony's exciting animation pipeline. Television - Toon mastermind Butch Hartman chats about the making of his new Nickelodeon show "T.U.F.F. Puppy" and shares a few creative secrets of the trade; Dino Stamatopoulos’ cool new slice of stop-motion heaven Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole features a time-traveling Dr. Frankenstein and a cast of Xerox-faced celebrity puppets. VFX - VFX supervisor Frazer Churchill reveals a few of the spectacular behind-the-scenes secrets of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World"; Tech reviews of Vicon's boujou 5.0, Massive, NVIDIA's Quadro FX for Mac, Photoshop & After Effects CS5, the Foundry's Mari. SIGGRAPH Highlights - What’s new from the major players at this year’s computer art and technology confab. Animag’s 2010 Annual Student Reel Awards - Check out our favorite student shorts from 2010’s talented crop of young animators.

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      Issue #204 August 2010

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      Feature - Inspired by Bond, Mr. Bean and the art of cartoonist Charles Addams, Chris Meledandri and his team at Illumination introduce the world to a colorful new villain in "Despicable Me". Comic-Con Highlights - Highlights of the San Diego convention, the latest tidbits on upcoming comic-inspired movies and a look at the new comic-book horizon in digital apps. Television - Genndy Tartakovsky, Bryan Andrews and Paul Rudish talk about the nuts and bolts of "Sym-Bionic Titan", their exciting new Cartoon Network series. VFX - Industrial Light & magic’s Pablo Helman and Tim Harrington discuss making magic believabl with the latest in animation and vfx for M. Night Shyamalan’s "The Last Airbender"; Tippett Studios’ animation supervisor Tom Gibbons sinks his teeth into creating digital werewolves for "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse". Pitch Party 2010 - Meet the winners of Animag’s annual Pitch Party, check out the cool and creative contenders and learn tips on visual pitching from industry vet Marcie Begleiter.

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      Issue #203 June/July 2010 (Cover B)

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      Same Content as Issue #203 (Cover A), just a different cover image. Features - Mike Mitchell and the DreamWorks Animation team deliver "Shrek Forever After", the green machine’s final bow, in 3-D; Director Lee Unkrich and producer Darla Anderson share their thoughts on "Toy Story 3"; Finland’s Filmkompaniet gives a familiar European children’s classic a shimmering 3-D polish; Newton's exquisite new 3-D short "Day & Night" blends 2D and CG in a way we really haven't seen before. Television - Bender, Fry and the rest of the "Futurama" gang are back with new adventures as they find a shiny new home on Comedy Central; TBS explores the hot world of animated sitcoms with the clever new summer show "Neighbors from Hell". Special Report - ASIFA’s Golden Anniversary: Bill Dennis shares his reflections on ASIFA’s 50 year legacy of giving to the animation community. Licensing - Hot animation properties at Licensing Int'l Expo in Las Vegas this month

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      Issue #203 June/July 2010 (Cover A)

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      Features - Mike Mitchell and the DreamWorks Animation team deliver "Shrek Forever After", the green machine’s final bow, in 3-D; Director Lee Unkrich and producer Darla Anderson share their thoughts on "Toy Story 3"; Finland’s Filmkompaniet gives a familiar European children’s classic a shimmering 3-D polish; Newton's exquisite new 3-D short "Day & Night" blends 2D and CG in a way we really haven't seen before. Television - Bender, Fry and the rest of the "Futurama" gang are back with new adventures as they find a shiny new home on Comedy Central; TBS explores the hot world of animated sitcoms with the clever new summer show "Neighbors from Hell". Special Report - ASIFA’s Golden Anniversary: Bill Dennis shares his reflections on ASIFA’s 50 year legacy of giving to the animation community. Licensing - Hot animation properties at Licensing Int'l Expo in Las Vegas this month

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      Issue #202 April/May 2010

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      Feature - Co-directors Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois reveal the triumphs and tribulations of bringing DreamWorks’ majestic 3-D epic "How to Train Your Dragon" to animated life. Special Focus - 50 Years of Annecy: A Golden Tribute. In anticipation of the 50th anniversary edition of the Annecy Festival, animation luminaries tell us why they fell in love with this remarkable event. Plus, artistic director Serge Bromberg shares his memories and highlights of the upcoming festival. Television - Cartoon Network’s new action series "Generator Rex" combines sci fi gizmos, fantastical monsters and kick-butt battles; Angela Santomero, creator and exec producer of "Super WHY" and "Blue’s Clues", reflects on the essentials of creating a successful animated preschool show; Rome-based Mondo TV wags its tail for a new animated series based on the popular European toy brand, "Puppy in my Pocket"; Aardman's Wallace & Gromit adapt to new roles as patron saints of gizmo creators from all over the world. MIPTV Market Watch - Everything you need to know about this year’s TV animation market, but were too busy to ask! VFX - Animation supervisor David Schaub spills the beans on the painstaking task of creating 30 major characters for Tim Burton’s surreal "Alice in Wonderland"; Our annual quest to learn what makes top animators and effects artists tick. Find out the loves, loathings and favorite tech tools of artists from WETA, DreamWorks, Sony and more.

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      Issue #201 March 2010

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      Features - Learn all about director Don Hahn’s insightful new documentary "Waking Sleeping Beauty", which travels back to 1984 to chart the rebirth of Disney Studio’s creative spirit; A close look at what’s brewing in the hot, European animated melting pot at Cartoon Movie. Television - Comedy Central finds a terrific companion for "South Park", Devin Clark and David Stern’s horror-comedy about life with zombies, demons and werewolves called "Ugly Americans"; Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant’s popular podcasts come to life in HBO’s new animated venture, "The Ricky Gervais Show". Shorts - A curmudgeonly grandmother offers her view of a classic story in Brown Bag Films' Oscar-nominated "Granny O'Grimm's Sleeping Beauty"; Polish director Tomek Baginski discusses the making of his beautifully animated CG short "The Kinematograph". VFX - How vfx supe Kevin Mack conjured up classic creatures and wondrous transformation scenes for the new fantasy pic "Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief". Oscar Watch - A run-down of the final animated shorts and features Oscar nominees, and which toons are repping additional categories. The 2010 Anicomm Awards - We celebrate the best animated, most original, funniest and all-around awesome commercials of the past year!

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      Issue #200 February 2010

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      Television - "Adventure Time with Finn and Jake", one of the most anticipated shows of the year, premieres on Cartoon Network next month; FX pushes the envelope with "Archer", a clever new animated take on the international spy genre; "Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil" is Disney XD’s newest action-packed toon. Special Focus - Animation Magazine's 200th Issue: A look back at the key moments of the last 100 years of toon history; Teh shows, films and characters that won over today's industry heavyweights. Oscar Watch - Your handy guide to the vfx Oscar bake-off contenders. 2010 School Guide - Inspiration and information for animation students—plus our quick guide to animation, vfx and digital media university programs around the globe. VFX - How the magical world of James Cameron's awe-inspiring "Avatar" was created.

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      Issue #199 December 09/January 10

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      Features - The directors of the highly anticipated "The Princess and the Frog" discuss the studio's risky return to traditional animation and singing heroines; "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel" promises more high-pitched singing and lots of elaborate CG-animated/live-action sequences; Director Tomm Moore shares his thoughts on the studio's breakout feature, "The Secret of Kells", and is bid for the animated Oscar race. Special Focus - Indian toon powerhouse, DQE, reflects on 10 years of astonishing growth; The smart and sassy French animation house, Marathon, celebrates 10 years of blending anime style and American toon conventions to create globally popular franchises. VFX - Phil Tippett spills the beans on creating the furrocious vfx for "Twilight: New Moon".

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      Issue #198 November 2009

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      2009 Oscar Watch - Fans are hoping that Pixar's animated octogenarian from "Up" is nominated alongside live-action heavyweights; A quick look at the diverse Best Animated Feature contenders, their pros and cons. Features - Wes Anderson delivers a delightfully quirky adaptation of Roald Dahl's children's book in "Fantastic Mr. Fox"; Spain's Ilion Animation Studios and Sony Pictures deliver a flip on the classic alien flick with "Planet 51"; Adam Elliot, the Oscar-winning director of "Mary and Max", talks about the joys and heartaches of making his first feature length stop-motion movie. Television - Inspired by classic holiday specials, Disney's CG-animated "Prep & Landing" puts the spotlight on Santa's efficient helpers! Opportunities - With the aid of SJSU students, writer-director Scott Sublett's Flash-animated "Bye-Bye Bin Laden" hits the festival circuit and gets a DVD release.

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      Issue #197 October 2009 (Cover C)

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      Same content as Issue 197 (Cover A and B), just didn't cover image! Features - Die-Hard fans are hoping that Imagi’s new CG-animated "Astro Boy" will be as electrifying as the original property and TV series; How directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord made a totally satisfying animated meal out of "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs"; Shane Acker expands the brave, new world of his acclaimed short and delivers the visually arresting CG-animated feature, "Apocalypse 9"; The new CG-animated Russian feature "Belka and Strelka: Star dogs" takes a creative look at the historic achievements of two brave space-faring canines. Television - Meet "Titan Maximum", [adult swim]’s latest tongue-in-cheek stop-motion homage to bad giant robot cartoons; Moonscoop's new series "Hero: 108" is a terrific mix of cutting-edge graphic style, unexpected humor and ancient Eastern philosophies; Mike Henry, co-creator, exec producer and star of "The Cleveland Show" chats with us about the spin-off series; Nickelodeon unveils eric Robles' CG series about two hyperactive superhero wannabes, "Fanboy and Chum Chum"; Disney rolls out "Jungle Junction", a high-energy CG-animated preschool show; Through the magic of CG technology, Breakthrough and Sinking Ships new show "Dino Dan" gives viewers a chance to see what Jurassic-age creatures really looked like; Daewon Media prepares "Gon", the new CG-animated show based on Tanaka's popular dinosaur manga; "Justin Time", Guru Studio's bright preschool show about a time-traveling boy and his imaginary friend, is ready to fly; Fall 2009 TV toon preview; Meet the buyers. VFX - Go behind-the-scenes of "District 9", Neill Blomkamp’s fantastic sci-fi thriller which offers a great script, excellent acting, clever direction and believable insect-like aliens; Spike Jonze’s restrained use of visual effects brings Maurice Sendak’s creatures to like in "Where the Wild Things Are".

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      Issue #197 October 2009 (Cover B)

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      Same content as Issue 197 (Cover A and C), just didn't cover image! Features - Die-Hard fans are hoping that Imagi’s new CG-animated "Astro Boy" will be as electrifying as the original property and TV series; How directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord made a totally satisfying animated meal out of "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs"; Shane Acker expands the brave, new world of his acclaimed short and delivers the visually arresting CG-animated feature, "Apocalypse 9"; The new CG-animated Russian feature "Belka and Strelka: Star dogs" takes a creative look at the historic achievements of two brave space-faring canines. Television - Meet "Titan Maximum", [adult swim]’s latest tongue-in-cheek stop-motion homage to bad giant robot cartoons; Moonscoop's new series "Hero: 108" is a terrific mix of cutting-edge graphic style, unexpected humor and ancient Eastern philosophies; Mike Henry, co-creator, exec producer and star of "The Cleveland Show" chats with us about the spin-off series; Nickelodeon unveils eric Robles' CG series about two hyperactive superhero wannabes, "Fanboy and Chum Chum"; Disney rolls out "Jungle Junction", a high-energy CG-animated preschool show; Through the magic of CG technology, Breakthrough and Sinking Ships new show "Dino Dan" gives viewers a chance to see what Jurassic-age creatures really looked like; Daewon Media prepares "Gon", the new CG-animated show based on Tanaka's popular dinosaur manga; "Justin Time", Guru Studio's bright preschool show about a time-traveling boy and his imaginary friend, is ready to fly; Fall 2009 TV toon preview; Meet the buyers. VFX - Go behind-the-scenes of "District 9", Neill Blomkamp’s fantastic sci-fi thriller which offers a great script, excellent acting, clever direction and believable insect-like aliens; Spike Jonze’s restrained use of visual effects brings Maurice Sendak’s creatures to like in "Where the Wild Things Are".

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      Issue #197 October 2009 (Cover A)

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      Same content as Issue #197 (Cover B and C), just different cover image! Features - Die-Hard fans are hoping that Imagi’s new CG-animated "Astro Boy" will be as electrifying as the original property and TV series; How directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord made a totally satisfying animated meal out of "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs"; Shane Acker expands the brave, new world of his acclaimed short and delivers the visually arresting CG-animated feature, "Apocalypse 9"; The new CG-animated Russian feature "Belka and Strelka: Star dogs" takes a creative look at the historic achievements of two brave space-faring canines. Television - Meet "Titan Maximum", [adult swim]’s latest tongue-in-cheek stop-motion homage to bad giant robot cartoons; Moonscoop's new series "Hero: 108" is a terrific mix of cutting-edge graphic style, unexpected humor and ancient Eastern philosophies; Mike Henry, co-creator, exec producer and star of "The Cleveland Show" chats with us about the spin-off series; Nickelodeon unveils eric Robles' CG series about two hyperactive superhero wannabes, "Fanboy and Chum Chum"; Disney rolls out "Jungle Junction", a high-energy CG-animated preschool show; Through the magic of CG technology, Breakthrough and Sinking Ships new show "Dino Dan" gives viewers a chance to see what Jurassic-age creatures really looked like; Daewon Media prepares "Gon", the new CG-animated show based on Tanaka's popular dinosaur manga; "Justin Time", Guru Studio's bright preschool show about a time-traveling boy and his imaginary friend, is ready to fly; Fall 2009 TV toon preview; Meet the buyers. VFX - Go behind-the-scenes of "District 9", Neill Blomkamp’s fantastic sci-fi thriller which offers a great script, excellent acting, clever direction and believable insect-like aliens; Spike Jonze’s restrained use of visual effects brings Maurice Sendak’s creatures to like in "Where the Wild Things Are".

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      Issue #196 September 2009

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      Feature - "Ponyo", anime legend Hayao Miyazaki’s latest fantasy, arrives Stateside thanks to the efforts of John Lasseter and producers Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall. Television - Michael Eisner and Eric Fogel team up to bring viewers "Glenn Martin DDS", a claymation sitcom about a dentist and his family, which premieres this month on Nick at Nite; From Pitch to Production: Tips on navigating the rocky waters of animation development. Special Report: SIGGRAPH 2009 - The eclectic sights and sounds of New Orleans add an extra dimension to this year’s SIGGRAPH confab and CG animation festival; VFX company recruiters reveal how to get—and keep—a job during the economic downturn. VFX - The Toronto-based VFX team behind Syfy’s new hit series, "Warehouse 13", discusses the fine art of creating a cornucopia of paranormal artifacts.

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      Issue #195 August 2009

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      Feature - Carlos Saldanha, Mike Thurmeier and the rest of the wizards at Blue Sky Studios give us a sparkling new 3-D adventure in "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs". Television - How SpongeBob SquarePants evolved from being a clever little toon on Nickelodeon to one of the most popular characters in the history of animation in 10 incredible years; MTV’s new show "DJ & The Fro" offers a bizarro compilation of viral videos along with snarky comments by a pair of animated desk slaves. Special Report - The Scoop on 20 Cool Comic-Book Movies: A look ahead at the next slew of features based on comic-book properties; A slat of innovative web projects opens new doors for comic-book artists. VFX - How the sharp crew at ILM helped shape the breath-taking, fiery climax for "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince".

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      Issue #194 June/July 2009

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      Features - "Up", the 10th feature from John Lasseter’s hit-making studio, is described as a “coming of old age” movie and travels to some uncharted territories; Marathon Media’s "Totally Spies! The Movie" offers a long-awaited glimpse at the origins of the fantastic crime-fighting girls from Beverly Hills High; PIxar's Peter Sohn sheds some light on the making of his wonderful new short, "Partly Coudy"; More than six decades after being introduced in a Belgian newspaper comic, pint-sized adventurers Suske and Wiske are getting ready for their major CG-animated movie splash. Television - John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky talk "The Goode Family’s" eco-drama with a Mike Judge spin; Alexei Alexeev’s award-winning short, "KJFG No. 5", inspires a delightful new TV series. VFX - All about the cool vfx tricks featured in three of the summer’s hot new movies. "Terminator Salvation", "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian" and "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen".

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      Issue #193 April/May 2009

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      Gaming - Telltale Games delivers an awesome new series of games for two beloved Aardman characters. Features - Dreamworks’ "Monsters v. Aliens" puts vaguely familiar movie monsters into a ginormous stereoscopic package; After winning the Best Feature Prize at Ottawa, Aristomenis Tsirbas’ indie labor of love, (Battle for Terra", is ready for its 3-D blitz. Home Entertainment - "X-Men", "Superman", "Freakazoid" and more mix it up on DVD and Blue-ray this month. Television - Mitch Hurwitz and Josh Weinstein discuss FOX’s new primetime toon about dysfunctional teachers; Nicktoons debuts a stylish new animated series starring a teenaged version of Ironman; Heath Kenny, the recently appointed creative director of the French studio, discussess its new slate; Toon execs dole out some solid advice about surviving the global economic slump; CHINAnimax reveals ZN Animation's eclectic new projects; Craig Bartlett talks about his new animated creation "Dinosaur Train", a Jim Henson company project which will pull into PBS KIDS fall 2009. VFX - John DesJardin talks about how he handled the challenging task of recreating Alan Moore’s "Watchmen"; Tools and top picks of the trade-which shows, movies, tech tools and websites make our animator's hot list this year.

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      Issue #192 March 2009

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      Features - How the brilliant Henry Selick and his team at LAIKA used 3-D stop-motion to recreate the world of "Coraline"; Adam Elliot’s new stop-motion feature "Mary and Max" was the toast of Sundance last month; Some of the buzz-worthy feature projects playing at Cartoon Movie; Oscar Watch: Weighing in on the best short contenders for this year’s Oscars, which are both artistically and geographically diverse. Television - Nickelodeon and DreamWorks bring "The Penguins of Madagascar" to the small screen. VFX - Master Kent Houston mixes subtle effects with superheroic elements in the new sci-fi thriller, "Push".

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      Issue #191 February 2009

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      Features - Israeli filmmaker Ari Folman’s innovative animated documentary, "Waltz with Bashir", utilizes the vast possibilities of the medium to tell a haunting, personal tale; Tatia Rosenthal makes change with her international co-pro indie "$9.99"; several new animated TV and feature projects from young Mexican studios reflect the growth of the region's toon industry. School Guide - Lasseter's principles: The brilliant Disney/Pixar chief creative officer shares some of his successful methods; School listings. Television - The dude with the claws takes the lead in Nicktoons’ "Wolverine and the X-Men"; What’s New at NATPE? Key info and cool new toons to check out at the Las Vegas confab; Studio B's "Kid vs. Kat" delivers a new take on the classic "Cats are nefarious creatures from out space" premise; Lincoln Butterfield's new toon takes a real-life approach to the mysterious world of monsters. VFX - Our special Oscar coverage continues with the low-down on the Academy’s long list for top vfx title; How Digital Domain created CG versions of human behavior for David Fincher's "The Curious Case f Benjamin Button"; Top 10 Animation/VFX Tools of the Year.

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      Issue #190 December 08/January 09

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      Features - Energetic, sharp and great-looking, "Bolt" barks in a new era for Walt Disney Feature Animation; Produced by Antonio Banderas, "Missing Lynx", a new Spanish CG-animated feature, showcases the country's native animals and natural environments; many years in the works, Marc Adler's labor of love "Delgo" hits the big screen this month. Special Focus - Anniversaries: A double milestone for Antonucci and the Eds - We spend a few minutes with the talented creator of "Ed, Edd n Eddy; Bardel and two decades of indie innovations; Animag's mentor of the year-An interview with the much-admired CEO of Toon Boom, Joan Vogelsang. Television - A new adaptation of Dylan Thomas' "A Child Christmas in Wales" is an early holiday gift for the traditional animation lovers. VFX - Jeffrey Oku discusses the philosophy behind the alien spaceship in the remake of "The day the Earth Stood Still"; Tech reviews of Splutterfish's Brazil V.2; Autodesk Mudbox 2009, Toon Boom's Animate.

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