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Flicking Through Magazines

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Print flick book image sequences in the centre part of magazines. These won't become usable until you have read all the articles, then cut away the rest of the pages to release the flick books and enjoy some animated action.
xenzag, Sep 11 2009


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danman, Sep 11 2009
  

       I like the idea of a flick book added to a magazine.
unfettered, Sep 11 2009
  

       Depending on what sort of magazine, you could have a flick chick.
egbert, Sep 11 2009
  

       I want six foot high stick figure remakes of my favorite movies, with a camera and wall projector.
normzone, Sep 11 2009
  

       I have a vague recollection of a magazine called Zzap!64 occasionally featuring something like this.
zen_tom, Oct 12 2009
  


 

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