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      Issue #219 March 2012

      $8.00

      Features

      Arrietty: A Tale Twice Borrowed - How Disney brought Studio Ghibli's take on The Borrowers to U.S. audiences.

      Saving the Truffula Trees of Life - How the team at Illumination Entertainment put a shiny new 3-D polish on Dr. Seuss' cautionary, environmentally themed The Lorax.

      Bravo, L'Europe! - Lyon's Cartoon Movie cuts the ribbon for 50 eclectic titles created for both young and mature audiences worldwide next month.

      Shorts

      Sunday Afternoon with Patrick - Canadian indie Patrick Doyon's subtle short Dimanche (Sunday) is a testament to the simple pleasures of 2D animation and well-observed reflections of life.

      A Chicken's Tale Told in Three Acts - Grant Orchard's clever first short, A Morning Stroll, combines various animation styles to tell a delightful story with a twist.

      Television

      The Kinder, Gentler Robots Are Here! - The Hub's Transformers Rescue Bots opens the door to a more peaceful universe for younger fans of the franchise.

      VFX

      An Eye-Popping Homage to Jules Verne - How Journey 2 director Brad Peyton and his vfx team crafted the thrilling visuals of the 3-D fantasy adventure.

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      Issue #218 February 2012

      $8.00

      Features

      Belle of the Stereo Ball - How Disney Feature Animation blended artistry and technology to bring Beauty and the Beast into 3-D.

      The Annies Shake Things Up! - You can look forward to a lot of surprises and top-notch entertainment at the 39th edition of the Annie Awards in February.

      Oscar 2012

      Eye on the Oscars: Animated Shorts - We survey the 10 amazing titles shortlisted by the Academy.

      Shorts

      Expanding the Magical World of William Joyce - How Hurricane Katrina and a veteran children's book advocate in New York City inspired an award-winning animated short and popular iPad app.

      Television

      Welcome to the Emerald Knight's Reboot! - DC Comics' evergreen hero faces new villains and unforeseen challenges in Warner Bros. Animation's hot new Green Lantern: The Animated Series.

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      Issue #217 December 2011 / January 2012

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      Features

      A Grand Adventure - Global sensation Tintin finally arrives in America, thanks to a spectacular movie directed by Steven Spielberg and produced by Peter Jackson.

      Once More, with Feathers - George Miller's Oscar-winning, soft-shoeing penguin crew is back in the new 3-D adventure, Happy Feet Two.

      The Island of Lost Chipmunks - The CG-animated singing critters are back and in excellent form in the new family movie Chipwrecked.

      How to Create a Spanish Gem - Director Ignacio Ferreras discusses the joys and challenges of adapting the graphic novel Arrugas (Wrinkles) into a 2D animated film.

      Television

      Building a Multi-Dimensional Spy's World - Mixing traditional animation with 3D-generated backgrounds allows for cinematic directing in FX's animated hit series Archer.

      VFX

      Divine Digital Intervention - Raymond Gieringer, vfx supervisor of the current box-office hit Immortals, discusses how he and his team created stunning battle sequences involving both ancient gods and mortals.

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      Oscar Preview 2011

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      A High-Tech, Dysfunctional Santa's Coming to Town - How the wizards at Aardman joined forces with Sony Animation to deliver the poignant and funny CG-animated holiday adventure, Arthur Christmas.

      Awards Preview '11

      The Big Picture! - Past Oscar winners and nominees (and some of this year's top contenders) share their views on the toon business in this exclusive Animag feature.

      Something Worth Tweeting About! - Tweety, Sylvester, Granny and some familiar voices make the new Warner Bros. 3-D short the cat's meow.

      Animation Magazine's Oscar Watch [Part 1 of 4] - Early award season watchers seem to be unable (or unwilling) to pick frontrunners in the animation race this year. But most of them have high hopes for a certain Belgian boy reporter and his dog Snowy.

      The 2012 Features Race - Which of the 2011 releases will be leading the Best Animated Feature Oscar race, and which will be left in the dust? Here are our recaps (and pre-caps!) of the possible contenders and their chances for the winner's circle.

      The Long and Short of It - We've got the goods on films witty, dark, hand-crafted or technological edge-pushing that have earned consideration for a coveted Best Animated Short Oscar nomination.

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      Issue #216 November 2011

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      Features

      A Swashbuckling Cat for All Seasons - Shrek's beloved sidekick Puss in Boots takes center stage in DreamWorks' beautifully crafted 3-D adventure.

      Television

      Kung Fu Panda Proves His Chops on Nick - Po and his warrior pals get ready to fight the good fight on an awesome new weekly show.

      Midwestern Madness - Adult Swim brings Brad Neely's zany characters to animated life in the new series, China, IL.

      Nos Amis Across the Sea - How the French government is bolstering international animated co-productions, plus a whirlwind tour of top toon houses.

      Keeping Toons Alive in Old Blighty - Despite a rough financial climate, U.K. TV animation producers continue to fight the good fight.

      Cartoons at Cannes

      2011 MIPCOM Guide to Cartoons - Our handy guide to the top animated fare available at the market, listed alphabetically by producing studio/distributors.

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      Limited Edition Speed Racer poster

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      Limited Edition Speed Racer lithograph with certificate of authenticity. This lithograph brings to life the excitement of the original Speed Racer series, which was created by the Tatsunoko Studios in Japan in 1965. The series came to America in a dubbed version in 1967. The poster bears an official Speed Racer Enterprises seal and features a facsimile signature of Ippei Kuri the Key Animator/Director of the original Speed Racer cartoons. 17-1/2 wide x 21-3/4 high. Shipped unframed and rolled in a protective tube.

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      Issue #215 October 2011

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      Features

      The Dark Knight Rewinds - Warner Bros. delivers a striking new animated feature focusing on Bruce Wayne's first year as Batman.

      A Fin-de-Siècle Fantasy - DreamWorks veteran Bibo Bergeron goes back to his French roots with A Monster in Paris, an elegant CG-animated feature set in 1910.

      Roaming Deeper into The Lion King - Disney's beloved classic gets a stereoscopic 3-D makeover and theatrical release in advance of its October Blu-ray release.

      Television

      Gods of Animation Smile at MTV - The cabler toons up its schedule with new episodes of Mike Judge's beloved Beavis and Butt-Head and the premiere of the surfer show Good Vibes.

      Fox Strives for Flippin' Good TV - Fox-TV's new animation lineup sees the awkward teens of Napoleon Dynamite get a toon makeover, and Jonah Hill as a sophisticated schoolboy in Allen Gregory.

      Euro Toons Parade in Poland - Sixty-six new animated properties fight for buyer and funding attention at the 22nd edition of Cartoon Forum in Sopot.

      How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love CG - Veteran animator and supervising director of Star Wars: The Clone Wars discusses the digital evolution of his job. [by David Filoni]

      Home Entertainment

      Autumn Chillers and Charmers on Disc - Dumbo, Danny Phantom, Vash the Stampede and two spooky DreamWorks specials are this month's entertainment options for a cozy fall night.

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      Issue #214 September 2011

      $8.00

      Features

      Smurfs and the City - Peyo's beloved little blue creatures come to CG life in Sony's Smurfalicious 3-D hybrid extravaganza.

      Television

      Tail-Waggingly Terrific - Hasbro Studios and The Hub let the fresh new dogs out in the charming reboot of Pound Puppies.

      Siggraph '11

      Your Essential SIGGRAPH '11 Tip Sheet - Our list of the key events to check out at this year's SIGGRAPH Expo in Vancouver (Aug. 7-11).

      SIGGRAPH Recruiters Hum 'O, Canada' - A look at which studios are looking to hire at the big CG confab.

      The Quiet Revolution - A timely SIGGRAPH panel examines the pros and cons of distributed production.

      Home Entertainment

      Midsummer Fun on DVD - Enjoy these old favorites and shiny new toon treats while you nurse your sunburn. If you don't like them, you can use the discs as coasters at next year's BBQ.

      VFX

      Not Your Grampa's Campfire Story - Industrial Light & Magic helps intergalactic creatures invade the Wild West in Universal's Cowboys & Aliens.

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      Issue #213 July/August 2011

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      Back to the Days of Christopher Robin & Pooh - Disney returns to the basics with the terrific 2D movie Winnie the Pooh, which is inspired by five classic stories by A.A. Milne.

      Sweet Serpent - Stevie Wermers-Skelton and Kevin Deters' charming Ballad of Nessie brings a certain lake-dwelling Scottish monster to animated life.

      Prepare for the Stampede! - Eleven Arts and FUNimation are bringing Vash the Stampede to the U.S. and Canada with the North American release of Trigun: Badlands Rumble.

      Television

      Those Super Space Cats Are Back! - Cartoon Network premieres a new, high-energy take on the hugely popular show ThunderCats, produced by Warner Bros. Animation and Studio 4°C.

      Welcome to your Phineas & Ferb Summer! - To mark the fifth anniversary of the show, a new TV movie featuring the popular animated siblings premieres on Disney Channel and Disney XD in August.

      VFX

      The Robots Invade a New Dimension - Michael Bay's shiny Transformers are back for their third big screen outing, but this time they require a lot more vfx magic in 3-D.

      Comic-Con '11

      Bam! Pow! Ka-Ching! - Just in time for Comic-Con, Ron Richards of iFanboy.com talks us through the dizzying array of comic-book based films careening towards theaters.

      Opportunities

      Navigating the Platform Jungle - L.A.'s Otis College of Art and Design leads the way with classes on animation and gaming for the latest digital media apps and mobile platforms.

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      Issue #212 June 2011

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      Features - Mr. Lasseter’s Wild Ride John Lasseter and his A-Team at Pixar up the ante for Lightning McQueen, Mater and the rest of their four-wheel buddies in the summer’s highly anticipated sequel, Cars 2. Return of the Kung Fu Beast from the East - Director Jennifer Yuh Nelson reveals how DreamWorks is bringing back Po and the Furious Five for a 3-D rematch in Kung Fu Panda 2. A Superbe Year for French Animation - A record number of top-notch animated movies are slated to be released in France. Is it just coincidence or a sign of things to come? Television - Gumball Begins Reign of Color - Cartoon Network Europe’s hot new series serves up the adventures of an animated sitcom family with amazing verve and visual pizzazz. A Classic Tale Gets a 21st Century Reboot - DQ Entertainment prepares a 3-D CGanimated version of Edith Nesbit’s family classic, Five Children and It. Home Entertainment - New Summer Discs Turn Up the Heat - Whether you’re craving superheroes, ‘90s nostalgia or some heavy metal, new DVD and Blu-ray sets will help you ride out bikini season. Lisensing - 2011 Licensing Wish List - A quick run-down of what to expect from top toon franchises at this year’s Licensing International Expo held in Las Vegas, June 14-16. Visual Effects - Seeing the (Green) Light! - Sony Imageworks vfx supervisor Jim Berney and his team revisit the classic comic book and use real-world references to construct the luminous world of Green Lantern.

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      Issue #116 August 2002 (Collector's Cover)

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      Same content as Issue #116 (Cover A), just different cover image! Limited print Collector's Cover starring Pamela Anderson of Stripperella, based on characters created by Stan Lee. Ward Kimball: 1914-2002 - We are sad to report that legendary Disney artist, animator, designer and filmmaker Ward Kimball passed away on July 8 at the age of 88. MGL Takes Toys to TV. The One Big Cartoon Pitch: European Producers Gather at Cartoon Forum.

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      Issue #211 April/May 2011

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      Features - Brazilian Rhapsody: Under the direction of Carlos Saldanha, the team at Blue Sky delivers Rio, a visually stunning valentine to the birds, the beauty and the infectious music of Brazil. Television - The Totally Odd Couple: Bugs and Daffy share a home in The Looney Tunes Show, an offbeat new half-hour toon which introduces the classic characters to a new generation of Cartoon Network audience. MIPTV Special - 10 New Shows to Write Home About: We sample 10 of the hot new toons that will be available for pick-up at the MIPTV market in Cannes this month. Cartoons at Cannes - A Guide to Animation for MipTV 2011. Home Entertainment - Spring Showers Bring Toon Flowers Disney classics old and new, anime musthaves and Besson's Arthur are in bloom on DVD and Blu-ray! VFX - CG Creature Double Feature: Universal serves up two very different films, Hop and Paul, with a common link: both feature computer animated stars in live-action environs. Opportunities - Head of the Class: How Toon Boom inspires a new generation of animators in classrooms around the world.

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      Issue #210 March 2011

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      Features - Director Gore Verbinski and ILM vfx supervisor Hal Hickel discuss the making of "Rango"; A Spanish studio delivers a love story infused with Cuban and American rhythms in Chico & Rita; Cartoon Movie offers a fine collection of Eurocentric animated fare with eclectic themes and styles. Oscar Watch - All the animation and vfx-related categories you really care about are here. Shorts - The German co-directors of the acclaimed special "The Gruffalo" dicscss how they adapted the popular children's book for the small screen; Director Alex Weil and the team at Charlex kick off the new year with a CG-aniamted flight of fancy titled "ShapeShifter". Television - The Hub's new "Transformers Prime" series adds sophisticated storylines and top-notch CG animation to the popular franchise. VFX - Veteran supe Greg McMurry reveals some of the clever ways he and the artists at ILM, Entity FX and Hammerhead deliverd the visual magic for "I Am Number Four".

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      Issue #209 February 2011

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      Features - Director Kelly Asbury and producer Baker Bloodworth talk about the challenges and rewards of their new animated movie "Gnomeo and Juliet"; "Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance" gets ready for its flight to U.S. theaters. Oscar Watch - Our quick glance guide to the key effects of this year's Oscar VFX contenders. Television - Warner Bros. Animation delivers the next evolution of your favorite teen heroes for Cartoon Network's "Young Justice"; The new addition to FOX-TV's Sunday night lineup is "Bob's Burgers" by Loren Bouchard; Preschool veterans Robert Scull and Jonny Belt dive in with their swimming new educational series, "Bubble Guppies"; Disney TV Animatoin's new preschool show "Jake and the Never Land Pirates" revisits Peter Pan's old haunts.

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      Volume #23

      $72.00

      • Issue 190 - December 2008 / January 2009
      • Issue 191 - February 2009
      • Issue 192 - March 2009
      • Issue 193 - April 2009 / May 2009
      • Issue 194 - June/July 2009
      • Issue 195 - August 2009
      • Issue 196 - September 2009
      • Issue 197/197b/197c - October 2009
      • Issue 198 - November 2009
      • Issue 199 - December 2009 / January 2010

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      Volume #22

      $72.00

      • Issue 180 - January 2008
      • Issue 181 - February 2008
      • Issue 182 - March 2008
      • Issue 183 - April 2008
      • Issue 184 - May 2008
      • Issue 185 - June/July 2008
      • Issue 186 - August 2008
      • Issue 187 - September 2008
      • Issue 188 - October 2008
      • Issue 189 - November 2008
      • Issue 190 - December 2008/ January 2009

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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
      • Issue 175 - August 2007
      • Issue 176 - September 2007
      • Issue 177 - October 2007
      • Issue 178 - November 2007
      • Issue 179 - December 2007

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      Volume #20

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      • Issue 156 - January 2006
      • Issue 157 - February 2006
      • Issue 158 - March 2006
      • Issue 159 - April 2006
      • Issue 160 - May 2006
      • Issue 161 - June 2006
      • Issue 162 - July 2006
      • Issue 163 - August 2006
      • Issue 164 - September 2006
      • Issue 165a/165b - October 2006
      • Issue 166 - November 2006
      • Issue 167 - December 2006

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      Volume #19

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      • 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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      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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      Volume #17

      $66.00

      • 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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      Volume #16

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      • Issue 109 - January 2002
      • Issue 110 - February 2002
      • Issue 111 - March 2002
      • Issue 112 - April 2002
      • Issue 113 - May 2002
      • Issue 114 - June 2002
      • Issue 115 - July 2002
      • Issue 116 - August 2002
      • Issue 117 - September 2002
      • Issue 118 - October 2002
      • Issue 119 - November 2002
      • Issue 120 - December 2002 / January 2003

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      Volume #15

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      • 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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      Volume #14

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      • Issue 86 - January 2000
      • Issue 87 - February 2000
      • Issue 88 - March 2000
      • Issue 89 - April 2000
      • Issue 90 - May 2000
      • Issue 91 - June 2000
      • Issue 92 - July/August 2000
      • Issue 93 - September 2000
      • Issue 94 - October 2000
      • Issue 95 - November 2000
      • Issue 96 - December 2000

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      Volume #13

      $90.00

      • 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
      • Issue 83 - October 1999
      • Issue 84 - November 1999
      • Issue 85 - December 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
      • Issue 73 - November/December 1998

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      Volume #11

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      • Issue 52 - January/February 1997
      • Issue 53 - March 1997
      • Issue 54 - April 1997
      • Issue 55 - May 1997
      • Issue 56 - June 1997
      • Issue 57 - July 1997
      • Issue 58 - August 1997
      • Issue 59 - September 1997
      • Issue 60 - October 1997
      • Issue 61 - November 1997
      • Issue 62 - December 1997

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      Volume #10

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      • Issue 40/41 - January 1996
      • Issue 42 - February 1996
      • Issue 43 - March 1996
      • Issue 44 - April 1996
      • Issue 45 - May 1996
      • Issue 46 - June/July 1996
      • Issue 47 - August 1996
      • Issue 48 - September 1996
      • Issue 49 - October 1996
      • Issue 50 - November 1996
      • Issue 51 - December 1996

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      Volume #9

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      • Issue 37 - August 1995
      • Issue 38 - October/November 1995
      • Issue 39 - December 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
      • Issue 36 - August 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
      • Issue 16 - July/August 1991

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      Volume #3

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      • Issue 9 - August 1989
      • Issue 10 - October 1989
      • Issue 11 - February 1990
      • Issue 12 - August 1990

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      Volume #2

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      • Issue 5 - Summer 1988
      • Issue 6 - October 1988
      • Issue 7 - January 1989
      • Issue 8 - April 1989

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      Volume #1

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      • Issue 1 - August 1987
      • Issue 2/3 - December 1987
      • 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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