February 22, 2010
At 11:59, I don't plan to add further animation-related content to fps.

In its earlier form, it was a print animation magazine founded and edited by Emru Townsend. Its first issue was in 1991, spawned from a science fiction/animation fanzine called Quark. Seven years ago today, Emru wrote his first online review for fps, which he reincarnated as a website, blog. Five years ago, he released the first issue of the PDF magazine.

I plan to do some work on the site in the near future, including making all of the PDF magazines free downloads.

After I tie up loose ends, the site will remain active. If you haven't been with us since the beginning, please take some time to look through the blog, and explore the site's archive of interviews, commentaries, podcasts and reviews.

There are countless people to thank and I have no minutes left. I hope you know who you are.


you've done a fine job, tamu. emru would be happy with your efforts and completely support your decision. so long and thanks for all the fish.
Good night FPS. And thank you Tamu.
Sad (but understandable) news! You did a great job, Thank you Tamu. I am happy the site will stay online. And looking forward for the .PDF magazines, when available. Thanks for all the great animation related moments. Thanks Emru.

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