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A small one here, less than a meg.
I was surprised this lasted so long with something described as being small. I've seen cartoons that have nothing but less than twenty seconds in them. This just shows how good an artist you are! I felt this might have been a satire of the Cold War. Seeing as how the Cold War ended a long time ago, I guess it was more about just getting new stuff. That's quite relevant in today with all the iPads and iPhones we have around.
It could have had more music, but it was still pretty decent to listen to. It helps that the voices are spot on. While the voices themselves don't have much variety, they're presented in an organized fashion. There will always be rivalry with new technologies. I suppose that "new technologies" is kind of a redundant phrase.
I like how this parodies the latest fads in a ridiculous way.
Hardly a coincidence...
Considering what's going on in the Middle East currently, I think your flash is very appropriate, especially if you take into account historical precedents set during the Cold War. And the contrast with Columbine and other such incidents makes it very easy to connect the two, which makes this flash effective on more than one level.
Great work. Keep it up.
mad props, mr firth.
I'm a big fan. I've written you a review in the past, but i felt i should write one for this work because i found it to be much more creative than the last movie i watched from one of your series'. I would have to say that my favourite flash of all time is Milk Man... classic.
That was really quite good. It's so true though... in modern society...when a luxury comes out, it's always quickly abused and then everyone who wanted to enjoy that luxury misses out because it's quickly stamped with a law that prohibits abusement. Anyways, very creative with the atomic bombs, great voices, smooth animation but a little less refined-than-usual graphics...but all in all, the message was clear and it was an entertaining flash to watch. Good job as always.
Detective Nwar engages in modern nwarfare.
It's a picture that moves.
Music video for Savlonic's Broken single from their new album.
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