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The first issue of Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal is now published.

To access the full-text of the first issue, sign up at:
https://online.sagepub.com/cgi/register?registration=FT5882

The issue includes: 

*  Ub Iwerks' (Multi)Plain Cinema J.P. Telotte
*  Image Future Lev Manovich
*  Platonic Sex: Perversion and Sh˘jo Anime (Part 1) Thomas Lamarre
*  Critique of the New Historical Landscape of South Korean Animation 
   Joon-Yang Kim
*  Comics and the Critique of Chronophotography, or 'He Never Knew When 
   It Was Coming!' Scott Bukatman
*  The Cathedral Is Alive: Animating Biomimetic Architecture Dennis 
   Dollens




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