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Nov 20, 2005 | 5:42 PM EST
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My 23rd Newgrounds release

It's been over a year now so I think it's time to continue this backwards-running series. In this episode we meet Spoilsbury Toast Boy's sister. This episode is twice as long as the last one. I have subtitled some parts of it as the voices can be hard to understand at times.

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Reviews


incanusincanus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

As I said before...

delightfully (and sickeningly) absurd.

Great job, Mr. Firth.



ForkClockForkClock

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Strangly satisfying

Im giving up on trying to get a response from you, I think I'll have more fun just imagining where you get your creativity from anyways. I find myself wondering if I like this series more than Salad fingers now. Both are quite odd, but very out of the ordinary and leave you with a desire for more. Till your next submission-Fifen.



DeuteronomySkullsDeuteronomySkulls

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Another masterpiece!

You sir are no doubt the greatest flash artist on earth! Every flash you make gives me that creepy & scary feeling. I love the toast boy series. Keep up the great work! P.S. Is ur alt account jerry jackson? (I've heard rumors)



Lycurgus1985Lycurgus1985

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The Plot Thickens...

David old chap, I must give you a round of applause and an encore. I never thought you would return to the world of Spoilsbury Toast Boy. However, when I saw the news update on the front page of your site, I let out a giddy squeal of joy.

I love how with each installment of the series we get more answers yet more questions arise. It is particularly disturbing to see what these beetles are doing, manipulating these children and murdering them. It really makes for a surreal world.

The visuals as per usual are incredible. You would give David Lynch a run for his money. The use of the music and sound was very effective too. I definitely like how you utilize "Valse Sentimentale" throughout the flash. It only adds to the bizarrness of it. The fact it sounds so warm and comforting but has this haunting/depressing tone underlining it cues one off to the fact that there is definitely this vileness surrounding this world these beetles try to present to the humans.

However, I do have to comment I did think the whole sodomy angle that appeared at times did seem to be a bit much. Also, I do not understand why Spoilsbury Toast Boy speaks in a foreign intellect while everyone else speaks english. Another thing that bothered me is that the Grandmother's voice sounded completely different from before. It was more deep and grainy, sounding more like an old man.

Besides all of that, I highly enjoyed seeing you return to the surreal world of Spoilsbury Toast Boy. I hope to see another installment in the near future.

Three cheers for David Firth. :)


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RichthofenRichthofen

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A strange as ever

But also more vulgar. Your submissions are excellent as ever. I have no idea where you pull this stuff from...