Horton Hears a Who!'s character and set designs are pure Dr. Seuss, as is the narration in rhyme.


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The recent release of The Pixar Short Film Collection Vol. 1 shows the studio's utter mastery of the animated form.


Interview
Director Michael Arias speaks his mind on his movie, anime distribution and why he prefers dubs to subtitles.


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Explore Tekkonkinkreet through images of its characters, and especially of its locale, the weird and wondrous Treasure Town.


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The Astro Boy Essays traces the evolution and rise of manga and anime through the lens of Osamu Tezuka's iconic robot.


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Japanese Anime Classic Collection is a worthwhile investment for any student of Japanese animation.


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The Art of Ratatouille is full of drawings, paintings and sculptures showing how the characters and sets evolved before the nuts and bolts of computer animation were applied.


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Produced for an adult demographic, the spy anime 009-1 pulls no punches.
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