For over 35 years, Animation Magazine has been the No. 1 source of information about the business, technology, VFX and art of animation. This monthly publication offers informative in-depth articles about this influential art form worldwide. Content covers all forms of animation, feature films, tele..
Boxoffice Magazine delivers the latest news on films in development and in production, reviews of movies in release, exclusive interviews with stars, directors and producers, up-to the-minute information on technology and industry insider views...
Channel Guide Magazine provides guidance for TV viewers across the country, helping them find something worth watching every night of the year. At over 250 pages, Channel Guide Magazine includes the most complete TV listings of any publication, including movie, TV series and sports guides, as well a..
Dance Magazine is edited for people who dance. Dance Spirit is the one magazine dedicated to inspiring the next generation of dancers. It provides essential information to develop their performance talents and manage all aspects of the dancer's lifestyle. Columns and features by dancers, choreograph..
Downbeat is edited for student, amateur, and professional musicians and educators seriously involved in contemporary music (Jazz, rock, blues, electronics, etc. ). Down Beat features both new and old talent, exploring everyone from Miles Davis to top high school and college students. Every issue fea..
Good Old Days offers authentic photos,feature articles cartoons,stories and poems of the American past. Contains stories and editorials about forties and fifties in America and abroad; targeted toward seniors. Remembers the best of times from the turn of the century on up through the 50s, all straig..
Guitar Player Magazine is for serious guitarists who want to become better, more informed players. Each issue of Guitar Player is fiercely dedicated to stylistic diversity in its coverage of music, artists and guitar gear...
MAD Magazine is America's foremost magazine of biting social parody, political satire, humor, and world class stupidity. MAD continues to attract legions of young readers, while remaining a favorite of adults with low standards! It's the best thing that's happened to libraries. Each color issue com..