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May 6, 2005 | 12:19 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place May 7, 2005

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Author Comments

This is the pilot episode of Spaced Out, a soon-to-be long-running series. This is also my first real Flash.

In this episode, Captain Leader (a space captain), Stan (a freaky anthropomorphic cat), and Robo-Bob (a robot who likes to hit people) get pulled over and contemplate unregistered license plates.

EDIT: Wow, cool! Front page! Thanks everybody! And not even two hours after I uploaded this!

Reviews


ShifterGSShifterGS

Rated 4 / 5 stars

it was ok

funny in some parts, robots voice effect kicked ass.


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grim-studios responds:

Thanks! All the voice-effect credit goes to Bezo! (claps)


chrisb92chrisb92

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hilarious

That was hilarious! Can't wait for more of this series.


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grim-studios responds:

Thanks! THe next one's gonna take a while to finish, especially since it's four times as long so far. :)


drifter555drifter555

Rated 5 / 5 stars

LMAO gr8

I keep playing it back just to hear the song at the start lol, fantastic, best ive seen.

10/10!


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grim-studios responds:

LOL. Thanks!


ArseneArsene

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

So Much Potential

Humor: Good but needs work.
Characters: Robo-Bob is hilarious and Captain Leader is pretty funny. Reminds me too much of Futurama.
Graphics: Good, but could be imrpoved.
Sound: The policemens' voice acting sux. everything else is good.

I'm giving this a three.


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grim-studios responds:

Thanks, it looks a lot better for this next episode. And about the Futurama similarity everyone seems to be all caught up on, is it because Leader's voice sounds a little like Fry's? Because that's the only real big similarity... That and it's in space. Well, thanks for the comments!


Eris-ThuleEris-Thule

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was friging BEAUTIFULL!!!

Can't wait to see more of your work! Please keep up the good work!


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grim-studios responds:

Thanks! :)