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Yay! Finished. This is one of the most difficult productions I've had on an Ingus cartoon yet. Probably 90% of it (or more) was done this week alone. A lot of problems and stuff kept me from completing it any sooner. But it's on time, so there! Enjoy!

Reviews


BerderBerder

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 27, 2006

Out of character

Ingus is out of character! In all other episodes, he's impervious to anything around him. Whether it's a deadly ninja or a ballistic television set, it doesn't bother him. So suddenly a few hours in 60-below arctic winds gives him frostbite? I mean come on, be realistic. He's tougher than that.


KupaMan responds:

Well, but he wasn't phased by it. I think that's the real point. He's like Jason. He gets torched, frozen, shot, stabbed, all this stuff and he's still trotting around like a retard killing people. Ingus is my allegory for B-grade slasher villains, but in a personal perspective. Or something...


Warrier1Warrier1

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 27, 2006

It wasent Ingus...

I'm quite sad to say that my interest in the Ingus movies is slipping. I mean, in this particular episode Ingus wasent even really in it, which im glad you stated at the end. A more appropriate title for this could have been "A Random Christmas with Ingus". I miss Ingus hanging out in the woods while unexpectable events took place...it just seems....right. Anyways thats enough of my rambling, this was pretty good none-the-less.

Happy Holidays mate
-Warrier1


KupaMan responds:

I thought it was funny that Ingus was in maybe 40 seconds of the entire cartoon. Apparently not many others felt the same way.


DecaponchDecaponch

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 24, 2006

It was good but

Ingus wasn’t even there most of the time he came up now and then but not much seeing how its his cartoon but other then that it was really good I had a little trouble hearing what the robot scrooge was saying but not to bad violence was good and a bit gross like always humor is one of a kind and awesome it was kind of short but still worth watching I have always been a fan of the movies this was still good just I wish it was a bit longer and had more ingus that’s all so anyway good job and good luck with future work


KupaMan responds:

Robo-Scrooge's monologue was pretty hard to hear over the music. Sorry. I thought about making a joke of it by turning up the music during the speech -- because it's pretty pointless -- but I had complications exporting it, and I forgot to make the changes.


doogie07doogie07

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars December 24, 2006

what have you done!!!!!!

i dont know what you have done but i think ingus has gone way downhill. the character ingus has been lost since about the 6th episode. hes not the same anymore ingus has actually turned like a normal person. a normal person who hangs out with a bear!!!!i used to look forward to new ingus episodes............but not anymore


KupaMan responds:

Oh, quit crying. I didn't think anyone cared anymore. Well, if it makes you feel any better, Ingus is the centerpoint of episodes 9 and 10, and he's as ridiculous as he was in the early episodes. This episode was kind of used to make fun of the fact that Ingus is becoming such a small, useless role in this series titled after himself.
Sorry I let you down.


SarahSubZeroSarahSubZero

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 23, 2006

You did this in one week? You must have some skill

Great flash! It was funny and the graphics were really great! I really have nothing else to say, im speechless! I am sure this will be frontpage! EXCELLENT!