Free Tools liek XnView or IrfanView can create strip images/ tiled walls. Check those. Of course You will first have to render the animations to image sequences. Only Photoshop itself can use its animation data.
It sounds like in you animation each frame is a single layer not a composite of several layers. In the case there may be a couple of scripts the could help you do what you want or you could write one. If your layers stack is in frame order. Writing you own would best best, Only one would be needed. The two scripts are save layers to files and the second Paul's load files into a strip. You may be able to modify Paul's Load images into strip to just process your layers stack. If you don't know scripting you may be able to create an action to do one layer at a time. There may be a problem with alignment if each frame layer dosn't have at least one pixel on the right edge of the frame. You would start using the action with the bottom layer in the stack targeted then just play it over and over till you have your strip,
The action would be quite simple.
Step 1 will add canvas the width of a frame to the right side of the document. Canvas Size anchor point left center box, Relative checked and width set to frame width.
Step 2 Select All.
Step 3 (ALT|OPT+]) target next layer higher in stack.
Step 4 menu layer>Align Layers to Selection>Right Edge.
You could also record a second action to play that action 100 time. Just record one play stem and then dupe the step 100 times.