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Jan 10, 2005 | 1:27 PM EST
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    Broken Saints The 12 hour graphic novel epic that resulted from three years of dedication.

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In this pivotal act of the Broken Saints series, RAIMI confronts the CEO's executive assistant - SANDRA TELFER - about getting access to her files...and it looks like he might 'owe her one' in the process.
Meanwhile, Oran's being held for interrogation at the SOL NATO BASE, and searches the pages of his holy book for comfort...but an Arab Colonel has other plans.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Broken Saints Chapter 10 Act 2 was very good, first there was Raimi who is starting to understand it all now, one of my favourite characters. Then came Oran still being held at SOL NATO Base, the ending is truly scary and shocking. cannot wait to see where this goes.

Graphics: Very good like the way they used windows 95 for animation and the ending for Oran`s.
Sound: Still very good to listen to, hope they bring out more soundtracks.

Overall this gets the full 10/10 as my favourite character is in it and the shocking ending to this, makes it one of the best in the series so far.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Poor dude.. oh well, my favorite character is Raimi anyone else?

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

cool ass series

that was pretty bad ass


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I must say that the ending was a shocker. Gave me cold chills. I'll try to continue watching them if I'm not to scared haha.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This shit is fucked up, as usual. I love it. Freaky ending. Did you compose that music, yourself? Because that has to be the freakiest stuff I have ever heard, especially with the imagery. I have loved this series since the start. I'll probably watch the next one tomorrow. I'm too freaked out tonight, and they're too long to watch all at once. I like long movies, but four hours of this, compared to four hours of LOTOR? Sorry, but LOTOR would win. Make a note though, I'm not complaining about the length of this. I love every aspect of it.