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Oct 23, 2005 | 12:28 AM EDT
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"The Adventures of Joan and Mark" is the story of a one-armed boy and a one-eyed girl hunting bounties in the old west. Don't bother asking me "Why does this happen?" or "Why does that happen?", all the answers are in the cartoon, there is no deeper meaning.

SONG USED: "White" by Bon Bon Blanco. Kudos to Chris Choy for telling me the name!




Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Seriously, what's up with the one arm?

I mean, come on!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I want my money back!!!

No seriously I think this flash is bad,even though the story is kinda funny and have potential,I'll go along the people who gave this flash bad reviews:flash on musical tracks or based on musical themes just bore me because if you want to make a funny music based flash,you must take adapted music themes,thus bad music.

IT's still very good work and the animation was correct,but not a single existing musical flash is good,hence my mid-rating

Sorry,keep up the good work


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

ok then

i can tell that you have put a lot of hard work into this one, but i just am not a big fan of movies with no plot other than 2 kids who seem to have super powers going around and making tons of money. and i really don't like that nasal voice that's singing the song.

just doesn't suit me


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

5.1 Overall

Ok, this was very odd....What happened to Mark's right arm? I did enjoy it though.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


It was nicely animated. You _do_ have animating talent.

Although what annoys me is that you have no style of your own. This is just one of the other thousands of anime rip-offs.

Oh and the music was just terrible. Asians can't make music, it's a fact..

It also failed to make me laugh, but instead I felt a bit gayer every second I was watching that..probably because of the poor music/childish humour combination.

I believe you should put your animating skills to something that isn't anime.