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Grey and Jacquo can't stand one of the cartoons Plum enjoys to watch and set out to do better, but can they?
This is our longest episode yet, and we feel it is packed with a solid amount of variety. Hope you guys enjoy it.
Seriously, why are you not on Cartoon Network or something similar?
LOVED the ATHF parody!!
yo mien that flash look hot
well well well some one around here doesn't suck *cough* *cough* you, it looked great and bah bam hilarious.
only one down side which is you made fun of Aqua Teen pleas tell me why. but that jogger story was muy fantastico
The movie was as state in a whole a bit boring. Although I did enjoy the outside indirect references the movie didn't have enough direct humour or interesting content to have much staying power. I look forward to sequel to this promising idea for a toon. I say goo day!
Our Grand Shamoozal is pushing towards new frontiers in quality. This was an excellent cartoon.
The graphics and artwork were top-notch. It's that little extra detail that really pushes the graphics to a 10; the fire, the breaking glass, the stunning artwork in Frankensteiner, etc.
The style of the cartoon is incredibly unique and I haven't seen a thing like this on Newgrounds. Shamoozal team, you truly have a unique style that many artists would kill for, I'm sure.
Sound quality was superb even in the 'compressing crap' days we live in. I didn't give it a 10 because, the ending theme to Frankensteiner distorted my headphones. Maybe it was because the bass was too much for my $5 headphones, I'm hoping that's the case.
I love it when thing get smashed up. I love it when things get thrown out windows. I especially love it when 'its' get thrown out windows. I'm glad I didn't have to give the violence a 10 because, Shamoozal isn't about blood and gore. You got the hurt across without using blood or intense or obscene graphics. I'm sure Grey would have died if he hadn't been protected by the PG13 rating.
Interactivity? I don't think this category is very important. Maybe a chapters selection would bring this little category up. I really liked the cartoon, but I didn't find the ATHF scene to be all that entertaining the 5th time around. So if I could have skipped that scene it would have been a nice touch. I think another great way to bring up the rating in this category would be to have a nice interactive preloader; a quiz, a connect the dots, a match-up, etc.
Hamburger was not funny, you nailed the aura of ATHF. DLR was great, I thought it was a really great impression. Jacquo is a jerk and he's great. I was almost on the floor laughing when he said "WHY DON'T YOU CRY ABOUT IT!?" in his Jacquo-esque manner. Grey's anime was really funny and the noises were just great. Frankensteiner stole the show with his screaming, fighting, and manliness. I really hope that's not the last we've seen of this loveable character.
Overall, this is definately in my top ten cartoons of all time. Criticism? Nah. Ideas? Just one.
I really think of this episode as the first 'real' one because we finally get to see how each character acts for more than a minute. Don't take that the wrong way, I love your other cartoons. Now I liked the fact that you found a good balance between plot and depth. Some shows give us too much info on the characters, we don't even want to hear about these guys. Then there are others that don't give us enough. My idea (possibly and hopefully yours too) is that you develop the characters on screen more next time around. Possibly using a flash back. How did Grey and Jacquo meet? I'd like to know!
Holy crap that was a long review, if you got to the end of it and you can stay awake, I want to say great job guys and keep it up! The Grand Shamoozal is going places!
A great step forward for Shamoozal
This episode is really a turning point for Shamoozal as a cartoon. The characters have developed past the one-liners in previous shorts and it's pretty cool to see where you guys are going with them. This episode just seems to have a more cohesive feeling than your previous efforts (which isn't to say they weren't great as well).
Your parody of [Adult Swim] and most amateur web animation is spot-on, and I can't get enough of a good DLR impression.
I gave you a 10 for violence because I think a house getting destroyed by a giant erection is better than bullets and decapitations, any day of the week. You scored a 10 for funny of that one too.
Keep up the good work, can't wait to see where Shamoozal is at 5 episodes from now.
LONG LIVE TACO THE DOG!
Detective Nwar engages in modern nwarfare.
It's a picture that moves.
Music video for Savlonic's Broken single from their new album.
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