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  • Daily 2nd Place March 9, 2005

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In this penultimate act in the final Chapter of Broken Saints, Kamimura looms over a dying Oran, and Lear and Gabriel prepare for the broadcast of 'God' to the world. Only Raimi remains...but what can he possibly do to stop the plan and save Shandala? With the greatest love comes the greatest sacrifice. What will he give to know the truth?

Reviews


StickrocketStickrocket

Rated 0 / 5 stars March 9, 2005

Why you keep doing this crap?

Do one big movie instead of theese 34038540368 eps.!!!!



rgegrgeg

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars March 9, 2005

Don't like it...

Sorry, but that Movie i don't like...



YiffyYiffy

Rated 3 / 5 stars March 9, 2005

hmm?

try working you animation you know this is flash.

the reson of the big filesize is that you just inported bmp's and didn't compress em

try getting voice actors.

well for everyone who thinks i have an abusive review read the rules!



PelvicThrustersPelvicThrusters

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 9, 2005

Masterpiece

First off I would like to thank you to the author for the series.
Secondly, all those people who say this is not an animation and should not be on the portal. You try and do this, if you can't then shut up, if you can, congratulations, but does it have a storyline as complex as this?



jake3ringsjake3rings

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 9, 2005

omfg

whoa... last couple ive done a review before i watched and kicked myself in the ass both times... so i watched... and wow... knowing this is not the end, i can only begin to speculate what the end is... this has all the makings of the dark tower series by steven king, the matrix by the wachowski bros., and the evil eye and the lord of the rings by j.r.r. tolkien... deep is an understatement... not only is this a brilliant, dark glimpse of our world, but a disturbing look into where technology will one day hopefully not lead us... thank you for submitting this to ng.