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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: www.gomanga.com

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siko-productionssiko-productions

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 16, 2009

Sexy, to say the least

This was the first manga I read when I was like 12 or 13, no man's land... it brings back memories... But enough of that! ^_^' I just want to say that you have some serious talent as an animator and mangaka, keep it up!!!



Sexy66Sexy66

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 13, 2009

Hawt

Loved it ^^



EdeltisEdeltis

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 3, 2009

fantastic!

beautifully done.... that is just gorgious, i just have one question, how did you make this?



svartlavsvartlav

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 28, 2009

All my ten and a 5 vote

absolutely amazing, can't wait for episode 2.



SilentxRoseSilentxRose

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 18, 2009

Well done

Over all the animation was amazingly done, the only part I had a problem with in general was how you lingered on the scene of him standing at the doorway. Other than that very excellent work.