Reiko - Hopscotch

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rated 3.82 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Comedy - Original
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dark
gothic

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Uploaded
Jun 10, 2007 | 12:57 AM EDT
  • Daily 5th Place June 11, 2007

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    Contemplating Reiko Reiko is a perfectly normal red-eyed, pointy-eared, sadistic little demon girl.

Author Comments

Let's play hopscotch!

**Please try to AVOID SPOILERS in your review.**
(It kind of ruins it for all the following viewers.)

This cartoon is based on one of my own "Contemplating Reiko" comics. It's a one-panel strip about an evil little demon girl. I post a new comic each week at Tainted-Ink.com.

Reviews


akurei4490akurei4490

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Rika Suzuki

Love 'er. Giver her my regaurds,



Pandas4everPandas4ever

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Reikooo nice sound

well well Bad reiko she is but i never expected that to happend lol Nice Superb Perfect !



AllyKatumsAllyKatums

Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is my favorite!!!

i absolutely love reiko anyways, but none of the other ones made me laugh like that!
Absolutely amazing!


TaintedInk responds:

Cool. Glad you enjoyed it.


UriahTWolfeUriahTWolfe

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Getting better! :-)

Sweet! :-) The little thing at the end as Reiko looked on (which I shall refrain from identifying d/t spoilerage) was a cute touch. Very "Pet Semetary-ish", if you recall the little boy's death early in the movie.


TaintedInk responds:

I saw Pet Sematary once many years ago but I can't remember anything except that Herman Munster was in it. Oh well. Glad you enjoyed the cartoon!


sweetlilsinger03sweetlilsinger03

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Um... gross

This one was my least favorite of the series. First off, a child would notice if another one is standing there with a bunch of land mines. Secondly, in the other ones she would torture kids who messed with her. I thought that was more clever than her torturing innocent children. Plus, the other ones were a tad more realistic and easier to believe. This one left out the great tac the other ones had. I hope the next one of these is more crude humor and less deranged nasty.


TaintedInk responds:

How can you tell who is "innocent"? If that is your complaint I wonder why you liked "Double Dutch". Oh well, can't please everyone all of the time.