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Apr 17, 2007 | 12:29 PM EDT
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Here's the 4th part of Mr Coo's adventures, now with more fluids.

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tink0013tink0013

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Maybe you were on acid?

This was really funny. I sent it to a few of my friends. I think that you had to have been on some wicked drugs to imagine such a thing! LOL....

Really awesome though! Great job :)



SgtDKSgtDK

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was great

It reminded me of when cartoonetwork had more enjoyable shows that had random things happening like in this flash.


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yayihaveanemailyayihaveanemail

Rated 5 / 5 stars

it was really really great

I liked the graphics a lot. The only complaint i have is, what the heck happened?



Skanky-AndySkanky-Andy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing Animation

the animation quality is superb

there are some seriously dark undertones and meanings in these animations though nice work keep it up it makes me want to start drawing again


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EsnEsn

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Quite cracking!

A jolly good show, my dear fellow! I've been waiting for a new Mr. Coo for a long time and it's everything I ever dreamed it would be! Not only is it incredibly creative and funny, but it touches issues that an abstract work like this conventionally shouldn't be able to portray. It's very interesting how it manages to come across as more than just a random string of images - it even has a good story, though it is one that obeys its own extremely twisted brand of logic. It's clear to me that there's actually a story arc happening over these episodes. I'm very curious about where it will lead.

One thing I couldn't help but notice is that the scene with the carrot is reused from part 3, but there's different animation leading up to it. I wonder how that will work when you combine #3 and #4.

Another great surprise was that this was longer than either of the previous three episodes by themselves, and it seemed about as long as episodes 1+2 on Newgrounds. It didn't feel short like episode 3 did.

Anyway, great job! And some very impressive animation (I especially liked how those little yellow blobs combined into a big one)!