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Sep 4, 2005 | 1:14 PM EDT
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No Man's Land: The Flash Anime - Episode 1 "PILOT"

The world of "No Man's Land" comes to life in the premiere episode of Seven Seas Entertainment's first-ever Flash Anime. Scripted by series creator Jason DeAngelis with art by flash animator extraordinaire Jonathan Talas, and music by Japanese composer Keiei Kubota, the pilot episode of "No Man's Land: The Flash Anime" acts as a side-story to the "No Man's Land" manga as John Parker, the No Man, tracks a wanted criminal with unexpected results.

No Man's Land: The Flash Anime
Episode One - "PILOT"
Original Story & Screenplay: Jason DeAngelis
Animation and Sound: Jonathan Talas
Character Design: Jennyson Rosero
Soundtrack Composer: Keiei Kubota
Special Thanks: Adam Arnold

The original manga that inspired the Flash Anime can be found at:



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Take my like!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

even at the beginning (due to the music) i thought "uh oh i smell a badass" great animation


Rated 5 / 5 stars

excellent job with this flash, i can see you put a lot of work into it, they way this is pieced together is just amazing, on the part where the mysterious man points his gun to the most wanted man, when he shot the gun, i really thought he killed the most wanted guys, i didnt know there was a mutant behind him :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This could be a great opening to a console game it somewhat reminded me of devil may cry with the two guns and the demon. Amazing artwork and the way it was crafted is just astonishing. Excellent job


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hey banegame u suck

I would like to see you do better banegame!!! This is awesome :D

(banegame's a haters) :)

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