Tim Burton’s Behind The Scenes Tour Of Frankenweenie In Next Issue Of Bleeding Cool Magazine

Last year, while Tim Burton was still up to the elbows in little puppets of monsterfied pets, he took the time to lead me on a tour of the Frankenweenie sets.

In the next issue of Bleeding Cool Magazine, you can read Burton’s guide to how the film was put together, and the creative choices he was making to bring this very personal story to life just the way he wanted it.

It’s a great article. I’m very proud of it, and I hardly wrote a word of it. It’s almost all Tim, all the time.

Thursday August 23rd is your last day to pre-order a copy of Bleeding Cool Magazine’s October issue from your local comic book store before their order deadline, so give them a call to make sure they’ll have enough on hand to go round.

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