Adventure Time #32

Available now wherever the best comics in the world are sold (including BOOM!’s online shop). Written by Ryan North, illustrated by Braden Lamb and Shelli Paroline.

Finn is on an impossible mission to break Magic Man’s curse so that he can finally live his life…and remember it! It’s going to take a lot of pal time and a lot of help from the best of friends but this definitely seems like an adventure that Finn and Jake can take—if only Finn could remember.

Cover C by Nikki Mannino.

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Much video, very animation.

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This is my entry for "The BoxTrolls Nike Shoe Contest." He stands at 2 feet tall and is made entirely out of cardboard. (And glue and paint) It took me 30+ hours to get it movie accurate. It stores five LED lights, three in his chest and two in his eyes. I tried my best to add most of the boxtroll’s cavern with slide, ferris wheel, gears, tunnel, lightbulb mound and box pile with lit up eyes. The steampunk feel comes from the gears while the victorian feel is from the stenciling of the white hat symbols on the inside door. I adore everything Laika produces and I’ve been a big fan since the beginning. It astounds me how much work and effort they put into each piece. I hope to one day own an original face plate from any of the films! Someday. Thanks for creating such amazing work! I’m eagerly awaiting to see more in the future. Great job on BoxTrolls Laika crew!

How Disney’s legendary animator helped Maleficent steal ‘Sleeping Beauty’ 

When Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty first arrived in theaters in 1959, reviews were mixed, in part because the conceit of a wicked sorceress putting a beautiful princess to sleep seemed like such a blatant Snow White rip-off. But over time, Sleeping Beauty has carved out its own space, no doubt because of its mesmerizing villain, the elegantly evil Maleficent—a fact brought to cinematic fruition this year with Angelina Jolie’s live-action blockbuster. Maleficent wasn’t a hag, like the in-disguise apple-offering witch in Snow White, nor a prim harpy, like Cinderella’s stepmother. She was undoubtedly grotesque, with devilish horns, yellow eyes, and pale green skin… but also beautiful and alluring, especially with the unsettling patrician voice of Eleanor Audley.

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Thomas Barry is a 21 year old junior motion graphics artist at a studio in South Wales. He likes to keep his creative juices flowing and maintain drive and inspiration within his work. He uses Tumblr to post his experiments in Cinema 4D under the name c4dexperiments. He uses his blog to delve in to new areas of 3D design and to create cool stuff. It is also his way of keeping up to date with his skills and software.

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Hack Your Mac

I made this short intro for the November issue of Macworld's iPad edition, on the topic of automating mundane or repetitive tasks. Which is the sort of thing I never bother with, but would probably give me back years of my life.

Sound here is by the brilliant Ana Roman. Check her out if you need noises.

‘JUSTICE LEAGUE: THRONE OF ATLANTIS’ TRAILER: THE AQUAMAN MOVIE TO WATCH BEFORE HIS LIVE-ACTION OUTING

By Nick Romano

The trailer premiere for the animated movie ‘Justice League: Throne of Atlantis’ has emerged, and with it comes our first look at the sequel to DC’s ‘Justice League: War.’ Hey, it’s no ‘Batman vs. Superman‘ or the live-action ‘Justice League‘ trailer, but Warner Bros. animation is certainly nothing to scoff at.

WATCH AT COMICS ALLIANCE BECAUSE IT’S UNEMBEDDABLE FOR SOME DUMB REASON

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