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Dec 22, 2005 | 11:00 PM EST

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This is the 5th episode in "The Little Buzzers" series. Be sure to check them out at their website www.littlebuzzers.com or check them out on iTunes! (Click the "Subscribe on iTunes!" on the left.)

That had to be the shortest front page feature I have ever seen. Oh well.

Reviews


Hidden-KenshinHidden-Kenshin

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

oh man!

The SOUNDS are what make this thing AWESOME! I love it, I love it, I love it, I love the way you approach things in a new way, with a synthesizer! (I know your secrets, mwah hah hah hah!).

I love Greevil. Reminds of Gir from Invader Zim. Great one, make more! mooooore buzzing!


FarFromSubtle responds:

Heh, indeed it was a synthesizer. WHICH synthesizer, I wil NEVER tell! Muahahaha!


ToxicsnafuToxicsnafu

Rated 5 / 5 stars

this not be poison

I like cartoons with a little intelligent dialogue and seeing it with adorable characters was a bit of a contrast i loved it, the drawings were cute and the sounds you use for the voices fit the characters really well, i've got to see the rest of the series now great job

8-)#


FarFromSubtle responds:

Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it! More coming soon!


zimmzimm

Rated 5 / 5 stars

its adorible!! ^.^

that was kery cute!! and ive watched the whole series and its really great!! woohoo!! love to see more!!



MoebiusMoebius

Rated 4 / 5 stars

no, praxis

The voices do NOT get irritating. Keep up the good work and give us a new chapter soon!!!!!!!!1one



PraxisPraxis

Rated 4 / 5 stars

You wrote this well

I liked the dialogue a lot in this. I say this because each of your characters are made individuals through their use of language, and how they use it to interact with the others.

The tones you used for their voices was original, but it has it's faults. You don't see many people using tones as skillfully as you do to help express each character's emotions. However, after listening to each of these characters talk for a long time with these tones, it tends to get a little irritating. My only suggestion is that you manufacture breaks inbetween long pieces of dialogue. This is so it'll help you avoid any head-aches for your viewers.

I liked this piece a lot. I look forwards to your following works.


FarFromSubtle responds:

I have actually been thinking alot about the limited doses anyone's ears can take The Little Buzzers for. Future episodes will be 30 seconds to 1 minute. Thanks for your input!