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Dec 18, 2008 | 6:57 AM EST
  • Weekly Users' Choice December 24, 2008
  • Daily Feature December 19, 2008

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Author Comments

Hi, this is amalloc of SamBakZa.

This is the last episode of "There She Is!!" series.
I'm very happy for that I can completed this series as I thought.

"There She Is!!" was not a series when I make first one.
I didn't have any plan to make this as a series.
I surprised at all the letters, reviews, cheers, donations, fan arts and the others!!
It make me to draw more "There She Is!!".

So, thank you very much to NG, Tom, and all fans.
Thank you for giving me happy 5 years.

I hope you have a good time with this short animation.
The full title is "There She Is!! final step - Imagine"

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Thank you very much for the front page!! (so fast @_@)
Thank you very much for all the reviews!!
Thank you very much for all the score!!

... My English is useless like this time. All I can say is "Thank you very much!!" ;;;
Anyway, Thank you very much NG and all reviewers!!

Reviews


tjcooltjcool

Rated 5 / 5 stars

KAWAI!!!!!!!

i love this series and i hope you keep making animations



nu123nu123

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I cryed ;_;

it was sooo sad and beautiful i started to cry !!! THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS !!!!



buthead24buthead24

Rated 5 / 5 stars

BEAUTIFUL!!!!

This had to be the best flash series! i absolutely love your work, it has been phenomenal since the first episode. You should make your own anime series. I would buy every dvd no matter what =) 10/10 5/5 and favorited



hebbazzhebbazz

Rated 5 / 5 stars

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I bow to you in respect... this animation really got tears to my eyes...
Almost perfrect in everyway....



AlexLimaAlexLima

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Being an American, this animation has a lot of me

Anyone who is familiar with American history knows that there was a period of time within our country where people of color and caucasians couldn't marry. Many who decided to have relationships were shunned by society and verbally and physically attacked. Interracial marriage in some southern states wasn't even legal until a few years ago. This animation has a pretty clear parallel to such a time, but the present has its similarities as well. Today, homosexuals are not allowed to marry, and face the same prosecution as African-Americans did during the 1960's. Ironically, a large portion of the anti-gay population are African-Americans. If you, after seeing this animation series, are still against gay marriage, then you must hate the star protagonists, as their love is the same as between many homosexuals. I urge you, in 2010, to vote to pass gay-marriage within your state, and end discrimination and prejudice within America once and for all. Thank you.