Animation Magazine - - Editor’s Letter -

“There was a real so­phis­ti­ca­tion and el­e­gance to ( Bat­man: The An­i­mated Se­ries). It cer­tainly ap­pealed to kids but had a depth that re­ally made it fas­ci­nat­ing and in­ter­est­ing to watch for adult fans. I think vis­ually, it was stylis­ti­cally stun­ning.”

tled Lava that will screen in front of In­side Out. Di­rected by Jim Mur­ray and pro­duced by An­drea War­ren, the short be­gan with a Hawai­ian style song that Mur­phy him­self sang and ac­com­pa­nied with a ukulele, fol­lowed by the short it­self, which fea­tures a lonely vol­cano in the mid­dle of the ocean and his dream of find­ing an­other vol­cano to love.

level while de­liv­er­ing sig­nif­i­cant time­line, work­flow and user in­ter­face en­hance­ments.

Jim Lee, co-pub­lisher DC Comics, on the im­pact an­i­ma­tion has had on Bat­man as he cel­e­brates his 75th an­niver­sary

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