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Jan 17, 2009 | 6:36 AM EST
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an enigmatic encounter with the hermit.

Corey and Virgil need to get across the river Styx. Unfortunatly, the river is shrouded in darkness, and Phlegyas the ferryman refuses to transport them without a lightsource. And since plutus has stolen the lightbulb from Phlegyas's lighthouse, Corey and Virgil descend into plutus's cave to retrieve it.

Meanwhile, Saint Peter is still being chased by the vestibule's wasps. Can he possibly escape them?

This episode includes a track by my band, AUDIOFUNGUS.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

This was great!

I cant say I have ever seen this before, but I acknowledge that this is some awesome animation! the concept, a redneck in Hell/purgatory is hilarious! My only the end, the last bit of conversation gets set into a loop, maybe a program error? It was kinda annoying, but it was the end, so, no big whoop. Great job overall, I look foward to your next installment!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

doesn't get old

No matter how much i watch this, the experience is still the same; surprise and light humor. 4/5 8/10


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Yes! This series is a great example!

Yes, I was wondering when this would come out again :) I'm really loving this series. I do have some critique though; maybe it's because the last episode was released a long time ago or maybe it's the episode itself but I thought this episode presented little action, or maybe I should say: Not a whole lot was going on in this episode which is in contrast with previous episodes.

Also, the episode seemed to be pretty short and I was hoping it would last a little longer so it could draw me in a little more. It is kinda weird to see Corey get so comfortable with his escort or the other way around.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


wasn't quite fan of the serie till now :P

Gratz on the cool flashes


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great style.

The art style was incredible, but I couldn't get too hooked with the stale audio and boring jokes. Awsome job though.