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      Issue #173 June 2007

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      Feature - Thanks to solid work by the animation pros at PDI/DreamWorks, the third outing for Shrek and friends offers lots of state-of-the-art eye candy. Home Entertainment - Our panel of top DVD execs talk about their hits and misses and what to expect in the coming months. Television - "The Simpsons" pays homage to "24" and "Good Night and Good Luck" in two milestone episodes this month. VFX - ILM’s Hal Hickel chats about the joys and trials of creating CG effects for the third chapter in "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise; With two complicated new villains and numerous plot twists, vfx supervisor Scott Stokdyk and company upped the ante for Spider-Man’s third big-screen dazzler.

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      Issue #172 May 2007

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      Gaming - Peripherals Take Center Stage at GDC ’07. All about the latest gaming newsmakers at the recent event. Features - The team behind the new CG-animated feature "Meet the Robinsons" discusses Disney’s latest time-traveling adventure; Television - Disney’s new preschool show "My Friends Tigger & Pooh" gives a CG face-lift to a classic¬–but wait, what happened to poor Christopher Robin?; We pick 12 animated shows that are making a big splash at the MIPTV market this year; SupperTime Ent. and Telescreen’s new series "Alien Clones from Outer Space" promises to be a refreshing throwback to a kinder, gentler kind of TV comedy. VFX - The Best of NAB 2007 and A few pointers about the electronic media pow-wow in Vegas this month; Mark Kolpack creates vfx that don’t distract viewers from the human elements in NBC’s hit series, Heroes.

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      Issue #171 April 2007

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      Gaming - Collision Studios puts the fight in Warner Bros. interactive's "300: March to Glory". Features - Imagi thinks outside the shell for director Kevin Munroe’s new CG-animated version of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"; Our reporter praises the simple magic of the Ghibli Museum in Japan; If you have a European animated feature in development, Germany’s Cartoon Movie confab is the place to be this month; The Hong Kong animation industry is showing huge potential for growth in the years to come; Traditional anime houses are looking at new media platforms to escape the toon slump of 2006; In the wake of a publicity stunt gone awry and armed with a hefty title, Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters comes packed with surreal humor. VFX - The real scoop on the animated Super Bowl ads; VFX supervisor Chris Watts and his dedicated team build epic battles with byte for the new adaptation of Frank Miller’s "300".

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      Issue #170 March 2007

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      Gaming - Etranges Libellules gets small for Atari's "Arthur and the Invisibles". Television - Spaghetti Western meets Mexican Folk Art in Jorge Gutierrez and Sandra Equihua’s much anticipated new Nickelodeon series, "El Tigre"; With a new mission suit and love interest, "Kim Possible" gets ready to end her fourth and final season with a bang. VFX - Sony Pictures Imageworks brings Marvel’s tormented superhero to digital life in director Mark Steven Johnson’s Ghost Rider. Licensing - Toy industry professionals search for the next big plaything at New York City’s Toy Fair event.

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      Issue #169 February 2007

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      Features - A Far-From-Grim Fairy Tale. After several years of development and a shift from 2D to CG, "Happily N’Ever After" finally makes its big-screen splash. Television - Gonzo, FUNimation and Spike TV carve out a new mythology with "Afro Samurai"; He’s No Danny Bonaduce! David Fine and Alison Snowden’s new animated show "Ricky Sprocket-Showbiz Boy" centers on a Hollywood first— a child actor who is also a normal, well-adjusted kid; Find out about "Colin the Invincible" and "Tales of Greenery", two new toons heating up the Korean scene. VFX - Master Jim Rygiel reveals the secrets of making the CG creatures of "Night at the Museum"; A look at the seven films which made the Academy's visual effects shortlist.

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      Issue #168 January 2007; 20-Year Anniversary Issue

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      Gaming - Sierra Ent. and Stormfront Studios breathe fire into the new "Eragon" game. Features - French vfx house BUF helps Luc Besson bring his "Arthur and the Invisibles" world to animated life; The new adaptation of "Charlotte’s Web" weaves in numerous digital sequences from various vfx houses around the world; French director Michel Ocelot returns with the triumphant "Azur and Asmar". Television - The prolific stop-motion studio starts a new tradition with "Holidaze". Special 20th Anniversary Section - Characters, toons, and movies that are celebrating landmark anniversaries in 2007; 40 Auteurs We Love (1987-2006) The essential list of 40 animator/auteurs who have influenced the animation and vfx scene; 13 People, Platforms and Trends That Are Reshaping Our World A list of new media visionaries and trend-setters; 20 Animated Things to Look Forward to in 2007.

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      Issue #167 December 2006 (Cover B)

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      Gaming - Namco Bandai Games and Smart Bomb Interactive take to the skies with "Snoopy vs. The Red Baron". Feature - How the beloved birds of Antarctica came to digital life in George Miller’s musical extravaganza "Happy Feet". Television - Andre Benjamin and Thomas Lynch’s colorful new Cartoon Network show, "Class of 3000", energizes the new cable season. Shorts - How animator Obom’s restless childhood and unique world view inspired her award- winning short "Here and There". VFX - VFX Supervisor Steve Begg spills the beans on the digital stunts of the new back-to-basics Bond thriller, "Casino Royale".

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      Issue #167 December 2006 (Cover A)

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      Same content as Issue #167 (Cover B), just different cover image! Gaming - Namco Bandai Games and Smart Bomb Interactive take to the skies with "Snoopy vs. The Red Baron". Feature - How the beloved birds of Antarctica came to digital life in George Miller’s musical extravaganza "Happy Feet". Television - Andre Benjamin and Thomas Lynch’s colorful new Cartoon Network show, "Class of 3000", energizes the new cable season. Shorts - How animator Obom’s restless childhood and unique world view inspired her award- winning short "Here and There". VFX - VFX Supervisor Steve Begg spills the beans on the digital stunts of the new back-to-basics Bond thriller, "Casino Royale".

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      Issue #166 November 2006

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      Gaming - Konami and Production I.G sink their teeth info "Lunar Knights" for DS. Features - Aardman’s distinctive stop-motion style animation and DreamWorks’ CG prowess get swirled together in "Flushed Away"; Bill Plympton’s "Hair High" sees the light of cinemas; ILM’s digital tricks make for a heck of a treat in "The Nightmare Before Christmas 3D". Television - Kids get a family overhaul in Disney Channel’s new series "The Replacements"; Weta returns to medieval times for Nelvana's "Jane and the Dragon"; DIC’s "Horseland" enters the fall TV race. Home Entertainment - Previewing Kenji Kamiyama’s "Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex Solid State Society". VFX - Tech Reviews include Autodesk Maya 8.0; Wondertouch pro Emitters for particleillusion 3.0; NVIDIA's Quadro FX 5500

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      Issue #165 October 2006 (Cover B)

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      Same content as Issue #165 (Cover A), just different cover image! Gaming - Fall brings creepy new games for boys and ghouls. Features - Memorable characters and elastic cartoony style make Sony Pictures Animation’s Open Season a sight for sore eyes; IDT hits one out of the park in "Everyone’s Hero" as the resilient spirits of Christopher and Dana Reeve inspire the studio’s first CG animated feature. Television - A quick sampler of some of the new shows and players of the ’06 global toon market; The unluckiest animated heroine is "Growing Up Creepie" this fall; " "Legion of Super Heroes" gets its own Warner Bros. toon; Comedy Central adds "Freak Show" to its cartoon lineup; A look at Baestarts, the young, vibrant animation studio in Budapest; Disney Channel's "Handy Manny" teaches younger kids how to face the daily challenges of life. VFX - Stop-motion gets surreal in Michel Gondry’s "The Science of Sleep"; Director Neil LaBute learns how to deliver digital bees for his new thriller, "The Wicker Man".

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      Issue #165 October 2006 (Cover A)

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      Same content as Issue #165 (Cover B), just different cover image! Gaming - Fall brings creepy new games for boys and ghouls. Features - Memorable characters and elastic cartoony style make Sony Pictures Animation’s Open Season a sight for sore eyes; IDT hits one out of the park in "Everyone’s Hero" as the resilient spirits of Christopher and Dana Reeve inspire the studio’s first CG animated feature. Television - A quick sampler of some of the new shows and players of the ’06 global toon market; The unluckiest animated heroine is "Growing Up Creepie" this fall; " "Legion of Super Heroes" gets its own Warner Bros. toon; Comedy Central adds "Freak Show" to its cartoon lineup; A look at Baestarts, the young, vibrant animation studio in Budapest; Disney Channel's "Handy Manny" teaches younger kids how to face the daily challenges of life. VFX - Stop-motion gets surreal in Michel Gondry’s "The Science of Sleep"; Director Neil LaBute learns how to deliver digital bees for his new thriller, "The Wicker Man".

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      Issue #164 September 2006

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      Gaming - Marvel forms "Ultimate Alliance"; Five questions for Konami Digital Entertainment producer Jason Ray; Game's on for DC's "Justice League"; Konami puts Dark Horse's "Hellboy" in play. Features - Gil Kenan and his team at Sony Pictures Imageworks put their hybrid "Monster House" on the competitive summer market; John A. Davis unleashes a CG-animated cast of bugs in the feature adaptation of "The Ant Bully"; Controversy surrounds Goro Miyazaki's "Gedo Senki", an animated adaptation of Ursula K. Le Guin's fantasy novels. Home Entertainment - Mike Reiss' "Queer Duck" gets his own movie; "Animaniacs", Pinky and the Brain" and "Ren & Stimpy" find fresh lives on DVD. Television - Cartoon Network's "Squirrel Boy" offers character-driven comedy infused with witty charms of a squirrel and his favorite boy. VFX - Maestro John Knoll discusses some of the new CG booty showcased in "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"; Behind the scenes of BBC's long-running sci-fi hit series, "Doctor Who". Opportunities - Up-close and personal with this year's winners of the student Academy Awards for animation.

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      Issue #163 August 2006

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      Gaming - Marvel forms "Ultimate Alliance"; Five questions for Konami Digital Entertainment producer Jason Ray; Game's on for DC's "Justice League"; Konami puts Dark Horse's "Hellboy" in play. Features - Gil Kenan and his team at Sony Pictures Imageworks put their hybrid "Monster House" on the competitive summer market; John A. Davis unleashes a CG-animated cast of bugs in the feature adaptation of "The Ant Bully"; Controversy surrounds Goro Miyazaki's "Gedo Senki", an animated adaptation of Ursula K. Le Guin's fantasy novels. Home Entertainment - Mike Reiss' "Queer Duck" gets his own movie; "Animaniacs", Pinky and the Brain" and "Ren & Stimpy" find fresh lives on DVD. Television - Cartoon Network's "Squirrel Boy" offers character-driven comedy infused with witty charms of a squirrel and his favorite boy. VFX - Maestro John Knoll discusses some of the new CG booty showcased in "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"; Behind the scenes of BBC's long-running sci-fi hit series, "Doctor Who". Opportunities - Up-close and personal with this year's winners of the student Academy Awards for animation.

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      Issue #162 July 2006

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      Gaming - Activision takes "Over the Hedge" to the edge. Features - A look under the hood of "Cars", the big shiny summer release from John Lasseter and his CG mechanics at Pixar. French director Christina Volckman hopes to change the way the world views adult animation with "Renaissance". Shorts - Roger Allers' "The Little Matchgirl" premieres at Annecy. TV - Jim Jinkins, creator of "Pinky Dinky Doo", talks about future plans for "Doug". VFX - Mark Stetson shares a few vfx secrets about the making of "Superman Returns".

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      Issue #161 June 2006

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      Gaming - How can the game industry lift the financial pox on its houses? Features - "Over the Hedge", DreamWorks Animation's adaptation of Michael Fry and T. Lewis' comic strip. Home Entertainment - Keiichi sato's acclaimed series "Karas: The Prophecy" spreads its wings in America; High-Pitched American Idols - Chipmunks come to DVD Television - Canada's 9 Story Entertainment is making waves with its new toon, "Skyland"; He's Still Mickey From the Block - Although CG and interactive, the creators of "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" say they've stayed true to the spirit. VFX - Boyd Shermis and his vfx team created a CG tempest in a teapot for Wolfgang Petersesn's new take on "The Poseidon Adventure"; Tippett Studio creates warm and fuzzy chocolate characters for Milka commercials.

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      Issue #160 May 2006

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      Gaming - Midway, Pipeworks and Shadedbox resurrect an arcade classic, "Rampage: Total Destruction", and the interstellar struggle continues in Stardock Ent.'s "Galactic Civilizations II: Dread Lords". Feature - Disney's CG-animated movie "The Wild" Home Entertainment - Bambi II's director Brian Pimental and consultant Andreas Deja discuss the making of the sequel; Review of three Studio Ghibli classics out on DVD Television - All Aboard the Indian Express and how animation companies are benefiting from the country's surplus of CG talent; Nelvana develops a new preschool toon based on Dan Yaccarino's book about a girl who shares her home with wild animals; Cartoon Network's golden [adult swim] block continues to make a big splash as new shows join the lineup. Licensing - a sneak peek of the toys kids will be hollering about at the latest edition of Toy Fair.

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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 #158 March 2006

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      Michel Ocelot's beautiful sequel, "Kirikou and the Wild Beasts" pushes the artistic envelope. The Oscar Race: Shorts category contenders. Annual AniComm Awards - favorite animated commercials. Market coverage: New York's Int'l Toy Fair Show and Game Developers Conference. Tech Reviews: Alias Maya 7, Wondertouch particleillusion 3.0 for OS X.

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      Issue #157 February 2006

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      Cover story: Universal/imagine's 2D "Curious George" - will it pop the CG Bubble? Issue includes the Annual School Guide, coverage of the Annie Awards and what is available at this year's NATPE market.

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      Issue #156 January 2006

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      Gaming - Traveller's Tales casts a spell with Buena Vista Games' "Chronicles of Narnia". Features - The Weinstein Co. and Kanbar Ent. arrive on the scene with the clever CG-animated indie feature, "Hoodwinked!"; Our reporter goes ape over Weta's mo-cao and digital effects for Peter Jackson's remake of "King Kong"; Oscar Watch - A look at this year's Feature Animation Academy Awards. Television - PBS's "It's a Big Big World" offers a smooth blend of puppetry, animatronics and CG wizardry; Studio B's hip new action show centers on seven teen descendants of classic mythological heroes. VFX - Harry Potter's latest adventure was a multi-headedmonster for director Mike Nwewll and vfx director Jim Mitchell; How Digital Domain's creative team built that impressive ring of fire for "Stealth".

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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.

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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.

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