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Dec 7, 2004 | 9:55 AM EST
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Author Comments

This is a new special series entitled "The Mask of Victor Graves", a short two or three part cartoon comprised of excerpts from the upcoming "The Boy in the Box", which reveals the harsh history of Victor Graves, a.ka. Dr. Shroud.

While this part still appears in "The Boy in the Box", I felt that it was self-containing and long enough to warrant a series of its own. Plus, I felt that it was too long between series, so here is a little something in the meantime.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


that was great!! The music , style, graphics ....haha great!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice gj



Rated 4 / 5 stars


Contrary to what some people may think, I believe there should be more of this noir style around here. If there's anything that's overdone, it's the superloud, limp-bizkit playing, stick-figure fight sequences and dating sims. I think your style was very well done, and the actual animation was pretty pleasurable. Your story was pretty cool too. I'll be pretty happy to see more of these.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Well concieved, but....

I know u were going for that noir/1930ish silent movie copy, but it really doesnt work anymore, theres a reason why people enjoy color, talking animations. Call me unretro, but use ur talents for drawing and storyline to produce something really worth while.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


first things first, in response to the review before this, vampires aren't real. thusly, anyone can change the legend and the idea behind them to what they see fit. this guy wanted them to be photographable. big deal. it's HIS story. anyway, it was a pretty sweet flick, rife with emotion, however the music definitely detracts from it. while it's a great reminder or throwback to old silent film days, organ music would have been more appropriate for the tone and plot. regardless, i dig.