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Nov 6, 2005 | 11:36 AM EST
  • Daily 4th Place November 7, 2005

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Forgive me father for I have sinned. It's been almost a year since my last submission. Here's a new series for you.
*UPDATE*
Thanks for the front page! Sometimes I guess you have to give 'em what they want. I changed the Lion's voice. It's still Dave. I'm talking to Francine about the mouse. Tim still rocks. See this Winter Soltice...hopefully.

Reviews


Rick-492Rick-492

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 7, 2005

Not bad

sweet graphics and funny as #&(*, although the voice acting was a little fuzzy thats to b expected

A 4 4 U



dascaldascal

Rated 1 / 5 stars November 7, 2005

tsk,tsk,tsk...

Two words....NOT FUNNY!



Radioactive24Radioactive24

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 7, 2005

i knew it

Peevy...ITS DOG, FROM RETARDED ANIMAL BABIES! yay dave lovelace! and that was excellent. very well done!



1michael1michael

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 7, 2005

kinda like southpark

very nice work yet this strangely reminiscent of southpark: quirky characters, including an antimoral violent one *cough* cartman, slightly obscene yet verry funny action with an end lesson that actually makes sense. The only thing I think you could improve on would be the voice acting mainly, get peevey a deeper voice.

P.S. Badgerlad he can just unexplainably revive the mouse like in retarded animal babies when bunny dies every episode.



RaethRaeth

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 7, 2005

Awesome!

Very distinguishable personalities. Wonderful stereotypes. The compulsive violent addict. The wise, but indecisive intellectual. The morally obligated fool.

Colorful characters. Only a few frames of animation, but the tweening was done well enough that it wasn't very noticable and played like an animated comic.

The poor microphone on the lion when he was shouting was very annoying. Try recording it with proper inflection, but quieter, then raising the volumn once it's recorded. That way you lose the shitty-mic-that-can't-handle-anything-over-60-decibals issue.

Shiny! :D

Oh and... whoo Papyrus! My favorite font!