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Y-Halo-TharY-Halo-Thar

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Motherfuckin kickass!

Madness has always been awesome, but this time you raised the bar. I can't wait to see what happens next. \m/ 0_0 \m/



UberppenguinUberppenguin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome...as usual

I was a late arrival in the madness series, the last episode was my first one, and watching it made me go back and watch every episode. What i can say about this one is that it's more of the same...but that's only because they're all so awesome.

I gave a 7 for humor because the clown makes me laugh, like clowns should. But i was a little happy to finally see him get owned.



TigerDTigerD

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

I think I can die happy now...

Well okay, at least I can die somewhat satisfied.



FreerefillFreerefill

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yay Krinkles!!

A bitchin' continuation of a bitchin' series. Words are lost on me. Well, words of praise at least. There's just too much awesomeness to put into text.

However, I have a few bones to pick with the people who are picking on you.

After reading your NG Alpha interview, I got a bit of insight into the goings-on behind Madness. It sounded very much like you are experiencing what so many others have experienced before: a novel idea that hit hard but had the life sucked out of it because the masses didn't know what they wanted. Madness started out brand-spankin' new, no one had ever seen it before. It hit hard and came fast, wowing audiences the 'Net over with it's adorable characters and insatiable violence. But then, more agents came to fight. And more. And more. And.. well.. more. Pretty soon the episodes turned into 5 minute killing sprees. Kudos on the animation, but violence can only get a man so far. That's what a lot of people are saying NOW.

But, waitaminute, Hank lost? That can't be right. Why's the clown reviving him? Who's the shadowy figure with the red eyes? Why is Jebus still fighting, and how did he win if Hank couldn't kill the clown? No no no, none of this adds up at all. This isn't Madness. This isn't 5 minutes of mindless violence where the protagonist stops at nothing to fight through hoards of enemies to kill the bad guy. Can it be so? Can the legends be true? Is there a storyline behind the Madness? Is there depth to the characters and the killing?

Subtle points that are lost on so many, and I feel bad for them. If they stopped looking at the violence and started looking at the details, like the fact that the mysterious machine which recapped the Madness series was some sort of training device and that there was a mastermind behind it all, then they would see the much needed 3rd dimension in a series of violent Madness. They would see that Hank, Jebus, and the clown are pawns in a larger game, and to understand that game requires banging a few neurons together. They would see what they're looking for.

Very nice Krinkles, I can't wait for the next installment.


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T2xxT2xx

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Your crazy

Too bloody, too much gore, too much goodness.
The animation are great.

The only bad thing about this movie is that Hank is like Goku, he resurect like 8 times in a season but in madness, he resurect like 5 times every years.

Final word.
Crazy.