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One Ring: Special Edition

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Mar 14, 2004 | 8:32 AM EST
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If you look back on my older movies, you can defiantly tell they aren’t the same quality as they are now. The original “One Ring to Rule Them All”, while the premise was funny, wasn’t very good looking. I’ve been wanting to redo the movie for a long time because of that, and now finally found some extra time!

But I wasn’t content in just remaking the original movie with new art, voices and jokes. Oh no. You’ll also get a special “Mockumentry” about the origins of the series, and a special teaser of “One Ring 3!” This will be a joint project between myself and Chris Boe, the animator of the “Waterman” series!

It isn't ment to be mind glowing, but please enjoy!

***Flash Movie #12***



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Awesome, really liked the "To Rule Them All" catch phrase. You should make available a sound bit for people to use in their jokes and stuff. Overall pretty good.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

one ring rules them all :) lol u slapped him lol


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was the first ever flash I saw back when I was introduced to Newgrounds by my friend. Then I couldn't stop laughing at the preloading Frodo. I still laugh at the zooming in of Sauron's face ;D.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome vid lol. The one vid to rule them all!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It did get better!

With each new year, there's a steady improvement in the quality of your animation. This is better than the original because the animation is better and so are the voices. I always found it funny how Sauron himself rarely appeared in the series. There's no better way to make fun of it than to feature him. I'm not sure if that his armor or part of his body. The extra features were funny, especially with how you explained how it went on.

I love the part in the trailer where Wayne says it's unlikely the trailer scenes will be featured in the third movie. As I recall, none of the parts of the third movie have any scenes from the trailers. The movies were how I was first introduced to LOTR. It was also the series that made a huge fan of the series and caused me to read all of the LOTR books. The funniest bit is probably the part with the sock puppets.