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    Starwell Follow the life of Starwell the Starfish!

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just watch the danged thing

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Almighty-GodAlmighty-God

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 26, 2006

bout time...

Its nice to see that starfish health club crap is ifnally dead. i hop it never... ever.... EVER returns.

by the way, whats the song at the end?



War-SageWar-Sage

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 25, 2006

wow

I didn't see that coming, I was expecting some sort of happy ending thing that made the serres feel finished. (something that the seres's that I like laked when they ended <:( ) I think thats a nice way to end a seres that wasnt that good (in my oppinon) to make why for a better one.


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QUINBLZQUINBLZ

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 7, 2006

woot

finaly!!!!

this series was so gay. glad you finaly decided to quit wasting your time. if i see starwell again though... ill slap you w/ a wookie penis

ty for killing that stupid obnoxious bastard



flyte707flyte707

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 3, 2006

SICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!

YESSSSSSSS FINNALLY THE STUPID STARFISH GOT WHAT WAS COMING UP TO HIM!!!!!!
But Area 52 looks pretty kick ass its gonna be SO COOL keep up the good work with the develepmont of it.
and if im right that was a
Story Of The Year
song at the end?



spritemaster4000spritemaster4000

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 24, 2006

Interesting stuff you're working on.

Commiting an act like the one you've comitted, in the cartoon world is what I would like to call the Robert Crumb syndrome. Who's Robert Crumb? In case you don't know, Robert Crumb was a famous underground artist who worked on adult cartoon magazine comics, but really hit it big with his most popular character "Fritz the Cat." Fritz the Cat got so big in fact, he starred in two X-rated animated movies in 1972 and 1974! But after the first movie made his debut, Robert Crumb was bitterly disappointed with the direction that Warner Bros. (the guys who originally owned and released the movies) took his character, and in an act of tempory insanity, killed off the very character that had made him a big name in the first place! Hopefully, unlike Robert Crumb, you'll still go on to bigger and better things. And who knows? No one ever said that death has to be forever...


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