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  • Broken Saints
    Broken Saints The 12 hour graphic novel epic that resulted from three years of dedication.

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Trapped in the hostile sands near the border of Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, a lone warrior grips desperately to his last shreads of sanity. His only hope is to vanquish the demons within and redeem himself in the eyes of his faith...but someone from his past arrives and awakens the beast within. * Part 3 in the Award-Winning Broken Saints series at http://www.brokensaints.
com *

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youngone11212youngone11212

Rated 5 / 5 stars

ay-carumba

this movie was the shizznat (master shake)oh my god the detail was superb the sound the characters the plot. i especially love the quotes at the begining and end they give the film more diversity.overall though keep up the sexy work. i love it.


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poll0upoll0u

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

nice... clever

well... there are a few things i'd like to say i think are wrong a bout the last review some guy gave to this submission. I think its cool the way the fight is drawn, i think the positions of this characters ARE really expresive and do manage to show how they move and who does what. i think that also the way the character's story is revealed is alright, after all the story is suposed to be mysterious and so on.


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BraeBrae

Rated 2 / 5 stars

A Disconnected Story so Far

Like the previous two chapters, this episode of Broken Saints uses the familiar comic book style, slideshow technique of animation, showing well-drawn pictures accompanied by text to convey thoughts and words. This style gets old quickly; I can generally only sit through one chapter a day.

In this episode, the author takes his familiar animation style and tries, somewhat unsuccessfully, to add a twist: a fight. The fight generally amounts to expressive figures in expressive poses gliding slowly across the screen toward the other figure. It's tough to really imagine what's going on, physically, or who's doing what to who when the picture conveys only this limited visual information, but story-wise, that's not too important, the only thing that matters being who won and why he fought.

Which brings us to story. Plot. This chapter seems completely disconnected from the previous, perhaps telling a different part of the story that won't make sense until later on, when the character featured here, the faithful Muslim, unites his story with those of the other characters. But nothing happens. His story isn't told, so much as hinted at, as all we are shown is this character fighting another, with obtuse, metaphoric language and this character's bizarre experiences briefly shown in the first chapter being all we have to go on when pondering exactly what is taking place and why. The Broken Saints story/saga may be incredibly cool, but you'd have no way of knowing until you've sat through the majority of these long, slow episodes.



LemurianLemurian

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Wow! O_o

It's amazing... Just when you begin to feel the last chapter you saw was the best of the best, Pow! The hit you in the face with another marvelous artwork. It's amazing, amazing and definitely amazing.



BartimaeusBartimaeus

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good!

I would have to say that this one was WAY more exciting than the last two, but also not as mind-bending. All three I've seen so far have really left me confused and bewildered, which is what I look for in a book/comic book/animated comic book. I am going to end by saying Adolf_Van_Weise is a complete dumbass because A)The reasons listed below B) Even if you do not read books you could at least appreciate fine art and C) There are many Muslims living in this country and outside it who are so much cooler than you and who are entitled to their opinion that your opinion does not seem like much, huh?
-Bartimaeus