Will Ryan reviews Jack Enyart's new motivational tape, Your Art Dream, and finds advice for out-of-work animators.
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Will Ryan reviews Voice Over Etiquette, a new book that teaches the basics of doing voice over work. While focused primarily on the advertising business, the book may offer a few tips for beginning animation hopefuls.
Will Ryan spars with Batman star Paul Dini on his favorite characters, hangouts and the effects of Green Lantern's incantation.
Will Ryan interviews Eric Goldberg regarding his non-influences and just who he considers animation's first, true pioneer.
Will Ryan asks the infamous voice actress and performer Mavis Paisley a question or two -- or nine and a half.
Is it true that one of the all time greatest story sources of animation films and shorts can be labeled "lonely, sexually confused, vain, anxious and hypochondriacal?" Apparently yes! Will Ryan explains.
Will Ryan asks illustrator, cartoonist, animator, director Milton Knight about his worldwide artistic influences.
Will Ryan asks Mike Kazaleh slightly fewer than ten questions regarding getting started in Detroit, comic books and the benefits of working for hire...
Will Ryan asks Aleksandra Korejwo a few questions -- 9 1/2 to be exact -- about her unusual production technique.
More than just a fount of Fleischer information, Leslie Cabarga reveals his many professions and talents when Will Ryan asks him slightly less than ten questions.
Buster Keaton Remembered, a new book, gives insight into this genius that has inspired, and is still inspiring, animation's greats. Will Ryan reviews.
From the original Gumby and Kellogg's rooster to rides at Disney theme parks worldwide, you have heard this man speak! Now Dallas McKennon answers Will Ryan's 9 1/2 burning questions.
What did the Muppets look like before they were "the Muppets?" This new book reveals Jim Henson's first sketches and concepts. Will Ryan reviews.
The legendary June Foray... Will Ryan has just enough time to ask her nine and a half succinct questions before she is off on her busy, busy schedule.
Will Ryan asks writer David Stephen Cohen 9 1/2 pointed questions regarding opera, Courage the Cowardly Dog and how many degrees of separation there are between he and Kevin Bacon.