Both Sides of the Coin: Comics Into Animation
Take a look at comics and their animation counterparts by Bill Plympton, Todd McFarlane and Christian Clark.
Phyllis Craig: A Woman of Many Colors (1929-1997)
On A Desert Island With....Comic Informants
A Tribute to Jerry Smith (1936-1997): World Ambassador
Manga into Anime Two Approaches: 'Sanctuary' and 'Ghost in the Shell'
Anything But A Hash Up
Annecy: The Long and The Short of the Carnival by the Lake
Dreamland Japan: Manga's Paradise
Frederik Schodt explains to Maureen Furniss a few aspects of the Japanese culture behind manga and its huge success.
Carnaval en court et en long au bord du lac
Stan Lee: Comic Guru
Michael Goldman probes the life and times of Marvel's exuberant creator of such titles as Spider Man, The X-Men, The Incredible Hulk and many more.
A Booming MIFA, But For Whom?
Hercules Comes to the Suburban Octoplex
UCLA Greek literature professor Dr. John Rundin conducts a lively review of Disney's feature adaptation of the traditional Greek fairy tale.
Getting Published: A Few Suggested Paths
So how does one go about getting a comic book published? This is the exact question we asked the following folks. Whether you choose to go the distance with a large established company like Dark Horse or delve into the world of self-publishing, a few things remain certain. Getting a comic book off the ground requires not only amazing talent, skill, and knowledge of the marketplace but also determination and an ego of steel.
Also, for tips on how to submit materials to a publishing company, see our compilation of Submission Guidelines compiled...
One, Two, Three Steps to Success Through the UK Educational System
Scouting For Talent: Where the Recruiters Go.
Independent recruiter Pamela Thompson investigates where the industry's top recruiters look for their next hires.
Never Underestimate the Power of Life Drawing
Looking Back on the University Days: A Survey of Alumnae
An Interactive Teaching Tool Comes to Life
Alice Carter leads us through a day in the life of the groundbreaking collaborative educational program, the ACME Virtual Training Network.
On A Desert Island With....Educators
The Digital Demand
Tammy Glenn reports on California Governor Pete Wilson's proposal for a scholarship initiative to feed the industry's appetite for talent.
From Humble Beginnings to the Makings of Superstars
Steve Hulett of the Motion Picture Screen Cartoonists' Union (MPSC Local 839) reviews animation wages of the past, present and future
The Surrealist Conspirator: An Interview With Jan Svankmajer
Wendy Jackson talks with the renowned Czech surrealist filmmaker upon the release of his new film and receipt of a lifetime achievement award.