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(Updated 3-29-2001:
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As Before:
Optimized for a 500mhz processor or higher. May be slow or choppy on slower machines. I recommend right-clicking and lowering the quality if you have a slower computer.

Thanks to Final Fantasy IX, Pharaoh, work, comics, and procrastination...this is a little later than advertised. Sorry. Enjoy.

This Episode is nearly 5 minutes long, thus the large file size. I have 90 pages of a graphic novel to write and illustrate, but I'll try to get more episodes out during that time. They will probably be shorter in the future.

NOTE:
anyone wishing to be added to the fourchinnigan.com mailing list-send a message to chinny@fourchinnigan.com

Also, I may make Miracle Explosion and other Fourchinnigan Productions works available as wallpapers on my site. Email me if you would be interested in this so I will know if I should even bother.

That's enough of my damn rambling now.

Reviews


KujutaKujuta

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Review for Miracle Explosion - Episode #02

This was almost as good as the last one.



wh1rl33wh1rl33

Rated 5 / 5 stars

better than 1

nice. im on to see number 3 now. it should be better. here i go!



mbannonbmbannonb

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Genius - but not accessible

Original characters, style, great color schemes, excellent actor-voices. You must have gone to film school or something because the "camera" angles and points of views and all that stuff was something you never see in a flash movie and you did it perfectly. A+ all the way.

Now, the storyline... no idea what was going on there. Great characters, but I couldn't figure what they were up to. I think you meant for it to be that way. I'm curious to hear why or what your thoughts are on the story.


fourchinnigan responds:

Yes, I do intend for it to be confusing...for now. As the story progresses, more and more will be revealed. Hugo is the primary character and he, himself has little idea of what is going on. It is intended that the viewer always know a little less than Hugo. As he learns more, so will the viewer.

What you should know so far:
Hugo is convinced he must protect Ned because dark forces are after it. He knows, instinctively who the Nameless One and the Bhropians are; but doesn't know why. Bellidor is after an object he calls the Relic and is using Melinee's brother Protocol(who hasn't appeared yet) to get it. Melinee and Bellidor have a history with an "Organization," yet we do not know what that is yet. Nameless is mute, supposedely a squirrel,a great warrior, and for some reason is helping Ned. Rokk Ssault is on his way to help someone. Hugo's favorite show is "The Bear."

If you have any other questions, just email me.

Later


ViceFullbusterViceFullbuster

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Getting good.

The plot unfolds a great deal in this episode and there was a lot of improvements on the animation but the best part would have to be the dialogue and the voice acting cause that was very well spoken,excellent job on this episode.



Rodney-Mullen-Is-GodRodney-Mullen-Is-God

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great, I'm glad it made sence of the first one

That was brilliant, I watched the first one not really knowing what the hell was going on, so I'm glad this actually made sence of that.

The voice acting was just a little off but I have not yet seen the others so it may yet to be improved.

Great, can't wait to watch no.3.
Keep up the good work!