Marvel, DiC Storyboard Artist Judie Martin dies

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Judie Mar­tin, a sto­ry­board artist for sev­eral stu­dios from 1986 to 2000, died Jan­u­ary 28. Her age was not imme­di­ately available.

Dur­ing her career, she worked for DiC, Mar­vel, Fil­ma­tion, Graz Enter­tain­ment, Uni­ver­sal, Dis­ney and Warner Bros.

Mar­tin was a sto­ry­board direc­tor for Jem from 1986 to 1987. She was a sto­ry­board revi­sion­ist for the TV series Aladdin (1994–95), Quack Pack (1996), Her­cules (1998) and Sab­rina the Ani­mated Series (1999–2000), as well as the videos Pooh’s Grand Adven­ture: The Search for Christo­pher Robin (1997) and The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride (1998).

She was a sto­ry­board artist on My Lit­tle Pony Tales (1992), and a sto­ry­board assis­tant on My Lit­tle Pony ‘n Friends (1986–87).

Mar­tin did char­ac­ter design on the 1987–88 TV series BraveS­tarr and the 1988 spin-off movie BraveS­tarr: The Leg­end, in addi­tion to the 1985 series The Care Bears. She was a model designer for the TV series Kid ‘n’ Play (1990), Space­cats and Attack of the Killer Toma­toes (both 1991), and Ani­ma­ni­acs (1995).

She did visual effects for the 1995 Saban series Tenko and the Guardians of the Magic.

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