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The Magical World of Disney Epic Card Game, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Toy Story, Alice in Wonderland, The Black Cauldron, Roger Rabbit, Tummy Trouble, Wreck-It Ralph, Steamboat Willie, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, No Service, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, Cinderella, Mater, Cars, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Jack Skellington, Sally, Santa Claus, Monsters Inc., Sully, Mike, Boo, Tim Burton, Oogie Boogie, Lock, Shock, Barrell, Dr. Finkelstein, Halloween, Pixar, The Adventures of André and Wally B., Luxo Jr., Tin Toy, Red's Dream, Knick Knack, Pixar Shorts
Updated May. 14, 2015
Mini Set #13 - "Pixar Shorts #1" - Now Available!
1986, Steve Jobs became chairman of floundering computer hardware company spun off from the computer graphics division of Lucasfilms. Under Jobs, Pixar migrated into Computer Generated Imagry (CGI) animation.
Starting in 1984, Pixar had begun producing short films as a means to test developing CGI methods. Though winning an Oscar® for thier 1995 hit "Toy Story", Pixar continues to produces shorts to not only test new CGI abilities, but also as a training ground for fledgling directors, animators and many other artists.
This mini set covers the first 5 shorts produced by Pixar from 1984 to 1989: "The Adventures of André and Wally B.", "Luxo Jr.", "Red's Dream", "Tin Toy", "Knick Knack", and "Beach Chair" (a CGI test made for internal use and never released to the public).
Note: The POD files still print on the dark side. When I can afford a color calibration system, I'll be able to post new POD files that will print up at their proper brightness.
(Please also check out my first retail game The Card Game of Oz which is now available for purchase!)
NOTE: POD zip packages include files for card backs and custom 72-count deck boxes.