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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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bumblebeetunabumblebeetuna

Rated 4 / 5 stars

good man but I suggest therapy

really man youve got some disturbing thoughts I recomend not eating hotdogs before you go to sleep


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HyoshiHyoshi

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Look man, I love this series....

But this one was kind of pointless. The second one really wrapped things up. All this explains is how the "Boy" went crazy. And I really have to agree with alot of other people about you putting all this sex in it. You're David fucking Firth, you don't need sex to be creepy. But aside from that, a pretty damn good, pretty damn disturbing movie, that isn't quite on par with your other work.



EverglowEverglow

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hmm

that was pretty flippin' odd, mate. your style is esquisite, but i worry about your health mentally, you know.



thisnameisnottakenthisnameisnottaken

Rated 4 / 5 stars

All of your work fascinates me and...

it will be interesting for me to see where you take it.

The world that you portray I associate with something the majority of people would call disturbed. I watch art like yours in the same way I watch documentaries where people or animals are mistreated. Im left with the question "whats the purpose?".

Secondly. It also interests me how far out a person can go before actually being insane. If there is a level of sanity that society justifiably get to decide, you would be in the other end, if your work really conveys your inner life.

If your work is only work it poses another question. Your work is very popular and some are thrilled by the sick things some of your characters do. Does this mean that people are generally are going insane?
I like horror but it should stay in the fictional world and hidden away in the back of my mind, where it has no control, only to be taken out to induce chills. Maybe even as a prevention...


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sc0tterssc0tters

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wow.

I love it. It's sick and disturbed, and I love that.

I can't really find any bad points to it. It's just perfect in it's own way.

I must say, your work is one of the finest around here, I love the twisted creations that you make, I just love the way you do the animations and I love the way the sound gives a cold shudder up my back. I love it!

I say 'love' too much, oh well. Great job, I look forward to seeing another addition of this bizarre creation.