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Mar 21, 2001 | 9:28 PM EST

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This is the continuation of an animation I directed in school. After about a week of working with Flash, I created this anime-style animation in about 3 days, getting little sleep and little food... So I hope this is appreciated! It's the anime where the cyber punk genre becomes super deformed!

Reviews


RedZakuRedZaku

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 4, 2001

pretty cool!

I like how funny it was!Don't we all love anime!^^



Da-Andron57Da-Andron57

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 28, 2001

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

I SAID HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHHA



WeEdEaTeRsK8rWeEdEaTeRsK8r

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 25, 2001

HAHAHAHA!!!!

Damn Japs!



RaccoonRaccoon

Rated 1 / 5 stars May 3, 2001

Timing *Is* Half the Battle, But . . .

I promised a review of your "Doomed City" series when I reviewed your "Revenge" unfavorably. I must say that this is not as bad as I anticipated given what I saw there. But it's also not as good as you tried to make it sound in some of your comments there.

I'll issue you one bit of clear praise: You have a very good sense of timing. A lot of your tricks and touches would bore me if done by some of the authors I've seen on this site. You particularly timed the "brother" dialogue well, the pause after it was well calculated; I also felt you delayed the eyeball gag just long enough to provide the perfect kick (question for the author: Satisfy my curiosity. Was that specifically a reference to the ridiculous "Snake" from _Golgo 13: The Professional_?).

The problem is that you have nothing but throwaway gags -- here mostly, anime references and the one shot manboobs gag, for example. Sometimes, when the reference is obscure enough, and the target ripe enough, this can be funny (ex. _Golgo 13_). Other times, however, what it does is create a series of little moments that all look like they were thought out individually, with no thought to the fact that, you know, they were going to all be in a *movie*. Momentum can be built in two ways: relating gags to central themes (which you do not do here), or (much harder) through sheer timing skill. There's not that either. Gets a 2 on my scale of 1 to 6.


Darvon responds:

Actually I had the idea with the eyes before I saw that part in The Professional.


abm86abm86

Rated 2 / 5 stars April 29, 2001

ANIME?!

ANIME???WUT ANIME??! how the fuck wuz that anime??? i'm lowering your score for that dude... it was funny..but the graphics suck and so did the voices.