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Feb 4, 2008 | 8:20 PM EST
  • Daily 4th Place February 5, 2008

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UPDATE: Waiting for approval for the name to be changed to DevilSlayer V. Why? Because it's completely cannon to the rest of the series and the name "Nightgun" was unnecessary here, especially when next month's Nightgun movie will be completely inconsistent with the story here. Capiche?

INGNORE THE TITLE "NIGHTGUN" HERE.

Reviews


BovazBovaz

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 9, 2009

really waiting

for the next installments, if there are are going to be any.



MysticSkillzMysticSkillz

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 25, 2008

Not bad

It was hard to hear the first reporter, but not bad.



CandyLipCandyLip

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars February 7, 2008

Like it!

hey dude! i like very much your drawings there are very cool but you have to work on the speed of your animation!(very slow) keep good work!


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JazLyte responds:

Thanks, and that's why I said change to low or medium quality. It's 24 FPS.


darkmike89darkmike89

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars February 4, 2008

yay

the beginning was pretty cool but then what was with the gay black guy


JazLyte responds:

On a great 90's sketch comedy show called 'In Living Color' (Many great comedy actors like Jim Carey and a few of the Wyans brothers started on there), Damon Wayans and David Allen Grier used to do this skit called 'Men on Films' where they played two gay dudes supposedly reviewing popular movies for the male community. I based the gay reporter on Damon Wayans' character, who I found hilarious as a kid. I know you probably won't read this, but thanks for asking.


DoormouseDoormouse

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars November 2, 2008

A sewer grate pushes itself out of the street...

...And a hooded figure, protruding snout and long whiskers looks around*
Ah here, you have more plot introducing itself. The animation is much more fluid and the fight scene works much better than any that have come before it. Though some of the injuries still need work. The Rat may just stay around. You've caught his interest again. Keep up the good work.
*As quickly as he came he's gone, the sewer grate slamming noisily shut*