Big Issue, Big Emotions P
utting together this issue has been a huge ride, full of eye-opening surprises and revelations. First, I’d like to join Jean in saying how proud we are of reaching our 250th print edition! A lot of very talented people got us to this point, and to them — you know who you are! — we also offer a big thanks.
Now, check out The Animag 250 in all its glory! And if there’s someone or something you think should have made the list but didn’t, you can take it up with me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll also accept compliments! Then, be sure to read our cover story on Pixar’s Inside Out .(Check out the pictures at left they took of me demonstrating my emotions during the studio press visit.) I think it is one of the most original and exciting movies to come out of Emeryville in a while.
In TV land, we got a look at ITV’s new Thunderbirds Are Go! way it was made. This one is worth waiting for.
We’ve also got a lot of great visual-effects coverage in this issue — it is summer, after all — so catch up on Avengers: Age of Ultron, Mad Max: Fury Road and Tomorrowland and get a sneak peek at the June 12 release of Jurassic World!
That’s all for now, animation fans. See you next issue!