"Clown"

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rated 3.36 / 5 stars
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scary
clown
halloween2004
eerie

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Uploaded
Oct 28, 2004 | 4:25 AM EDT

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Just something I made for Halloween. I'm submitting it early because I might not be able to submit it on Sunday, but anyway, please leave a review, I enjoy reading them.

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BlackGhost94BlackGhost94

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Between this and "Target Practice," it was clear that Weise was a very talented flash artist who unfortunately chose to go down the wrong path in life. As I said in my review for that animation, Weise should've honed his craft instead of gunning people down, and he could've become a very well-known user on the site (well, he already is, but for the wrong reasons). This was short and simple, but still pretty good. Again, the theme of random violence fits in quite well on Newgrounds, and I think the clown's enigmatic nature serves to make him all the more frightening. Jeff Weise is another classic case of wasted talent. R.I.P.


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JeffWeiseJeffWeise

Rated 5 / 5 stars

this flash is #1


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Retsufrash08Retsufrash08

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I thought that this was very well made. Considering that it's been ten years since this was uploaded, I figured that I should say something about it. Jeff Weise appears to have been rather talented in this kind of animation, and it's unfortunate what he ended up doing less than five months after this was posted.


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MrApophisMrApophis

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well bro you still had the highest score by a single player on the High School difficulty mode. At least in america.



ConfusedAndAfraidConfusedAndAfraid

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm glad the site didn't take his flashes down. Decent animation. RIP, everyone involved in the tragedy. Also, it's weird how a lot of people here are submitting comments talking directly to him, as if he were alive or could read them or something. Thinking about it gives me chills. Yeah, I'm talking to you, people who write from the second-person perspective. Wait.


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