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Author Comments

Raise your volume. Who's your Baghdaddy? is episode 22 of Miss Dynamite. It is the continuation of episode 21, where Eva tried to join Al Qaeda but failed because she smacked one of the Pu Sisters in the face. This episode features Rina-Chan (formerly known as Kagome) as Eva; Mizura as Blackie, Pu Tang and Pu Nani; and Tomamoto as Moqtada al-Sadr and all the other male characters. As with the previous episode, this is limited-animation old school Miss Dynamite. Some of the combat sound effects are genuine firefight recordings by Canadian troops in Afghanistan (you can even hear a Taliban RPG at some point).

Reviews


Johnny-MacJohnny-Mac

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice animation...

...that being said, not all of us americans fighting over here are ignorant, racist Bush supporters. But it's nice to know you're stereotyping us with the incredibly vast minority that is. That's real nice of you.


Sirkowski responds:

It's called satire. Intelligent people aren't good to makes jokes with anyway, no? =)


encino187encino187

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Eh...

The artwork is nice. Personally, I get tired of the "Americans are dumb jokes" - then again, maybe I'm a bit more sensitive about it seeing I had friends fighting over there.
The older stuff is better but keep plugin' away at it.


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Sirkowski responds:

It wasn't an "Americans are dumb" joke. She was teaching terrorists.


lugnut1lugnut1

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

good, but not as good.

its weird, i really cant put my finger on what i dont like about this ep. but it just seems, below average. I think it might be the ending scene, the humor just felt forced. what i did like was the style of the ep. Instead of feeling like a cartoon that goes with you comics, this felt like a comic strip in cartoon form.


Sirkowski responds:

Well it IS a comic strip in cartoon form. =)


PraxisPraxis

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Another fun Movie, Sirkowski

This movie was fun. It had all the same elements that you put into your other movies to joke around with your audience. I especially liked the joke about the "How to spot American soldiers", although I kind of hoped you'd have more examples to play around with like "The victimize solider" "The Veteran" and "The Homesick"...perhaps with some added elements from those movies that depict what the American soliders doing like "Jarhead".

Good to see that you brought back the Pu sisters. I like it when you encorperate characters from past episodes into your current works. Perhaps there is a chance we might see the last Backstreet come around again...Those guys did release a new album after all..

One thing I think your storyline is missing, that always hold up well in your comics... (Yes I ordered them from you a while back..I even kept the envolop with the "Artwork! Do not bend" notice on it. I thought it was pretty classy of you to quickly take the time to write down the notice.) ...Anyhow, back on topic... I don't see how this episode had anything to do with Eva's quest for health insurance. I imagine that you started with that in mind, but changed that around when you moved to the Iraq topic. Is Eva still looking into her insurance, despite what she said at the end of episodes 21? Or does Eva just want to work and blow stuff up? It'd be nice to see you end this latest chapter about Miss Dynamite on a note that concluded whether or not she'll end up finding what she originally setout for.

Well all and all your animating abilities are getting better and I really look forwards to your next episode.

Take it easy


Sirkowski responds:

The healthcare insurance was just an excuse to meet the Pu Sisters, that's the real storyline here.


Druid5Druid5

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I don't mind

I'm a troop, and i honestly don't mind. I did like the "I'm firin' my laser!" and the slightly more intelligent "I think Bush is a great president.", in a British voice.