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Dec 12, 2005 | 8:01 PM EST
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Edit: May 8 - I fixed the ending. It's not the Sephiroth/Cloud-looking super angel any more, it's an explosion that the Angels create now. Should make more sense...

Thanks Tom for front page! And thanks Newgrounds for daily first!

Earth is in Hell's grasp as Heaven tries to defend.

WARNING: GRAPHIC INTENSIVE! Press the Q during the movie to toggle quality.

Animiation/Art: Jon Schubbe (starogre)
Music: Planet Hell by Nightwish

A bit of Greek Mythology (this movie leans towards greek myths and somewhat my own slight twist to things):
To get into Hell/Underworld, you must give the ferryman a coin known as an obol to cross the River of Styx or else you would be stuck between worlds.




Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very good indeed!

Being interested in, as well of a fan of mythological based-works, I must say I am very impressed. Firstly, the only reason I did not give this move a 10/10, was because the animation, while stylish, was rather jerky. Despite that, this was a very good video. You have melded the flash very well to the song and each seemed to flow perfectly with the other. I am left curious as to who the shadowed figure is at the end. Im also curious as to the identity of the creature sitting on the throne, Im wondering if it is supposed to be mythologically based, or if it is Satan sitting in the middle of the Lake of Ice. Anyways, maybe those questions will be answered in a sequel (hint hint!). As stated, very good flash, exceptionally chosen music as well. If I could I would most certainly nominate this for front page.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Pretty good work could be better in many areas but definatly good


Rated 5 / 5 stars


that was one of the most amazing movies i have seen in a while, a little cheesy at times though...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very Nice!

This was alot betetr then iw as expecting it to be! Great job!

And OMG! My names in the credits!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

what the?

Never heard of that band before, but the music was cool...

Anyway, fair graphics, a bit too comical in appearance for what you were trying to convey to the audience.... But otherwise coolio.




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