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Apr 27, 2005 | 12:29 PM EDT
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Based on a true story in the Philadelphia area, this Dr. Shroud story is part 1 of a 3 part series. In this first part, the plot is set up when mysterious things begin with Victor Graves' assistant, Lora Gora, around the anniversary of the dissappearance of the boy scout, Gary Gribber.

this movie 8 minutes long and includes the flashback sequence, "The Mask of Victor Graves", an essential component to the overall series.

Reviews


DarkStaffDarkStaff

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 29, 2005

Cool

I loved the flashback very nostalgic, nice pick of music for the flashback also. I liked this flash quite a bit, Sort of reminded me of a comic called from the darkness. The sound was a bit tinny but all together it was a good flash.



DangerASADangerASA

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 29, 2005

Complex story

It has a relatively weird plot, by I liked it anyway, although the animations could be smoother



darth-kyledarth-kyle

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 29, 2005

Hmmm

I dunno, maybe i'm new to the dr shroud thing but it was kinda long winded and not very exciting, animation was excellent though kudos^^ The flashback sucked to be honest and was kinda annoying with the no voices and all but it deserved it's 7 outta ten...


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ParasoulParasoul

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 29, 2005

Damn flashback

I really didn't need to see that whole 5 minutes of flashback again. I remember it from when you submitted it months ago. I can't award you a higher score than this when the majority of your movie was something you already posted. Anyways, it was very good as all of your stuff is. The music during the flashback was excellent. The voice acting is very impressive. I really liked how you incorporated color into this series...I remember your older animations being very gritty, whereas this one looks very good. Perhaps it's a result of your improving flash skills. Anyways, I am eagerly awaiting the rest of your series.



DJBootyJuiceDJBootyJuice

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 29, 2005

Wow.

This would make a great live-action movie. I can't think of one thing I didn't like about it.

Just a observation, though; in the black and white scenes, I noticed that there were a couple of black bars that would move across the screen to simulate bad quality. FYI, thos bars only appear in broadcasted video, not on film, which is what I assume you are going for, the scratchy silent movie film look.

Otherwise a damn good piece of work. I'll be waiting for 2/3 and 3/3.


robfeldman responds:

Good eye on the bars. Though it was to have a silent film look, I wanted to add the broadcast video look as well---doesn't make much sense, but I thought it was fun to do. :)