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Mar 4, 2009 | 5:59 PM EST
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Author Comments

Thanks to everyone for the positive feedback I've gotten so far, you've made an old fanboy very happy.

This combines two huge passions of mine, one being the comic genius (?) that is Alan Moore and the other being kids programming from the late 80s which I would say is my biggest animation inspiration.

Believe it or not, one of the first ever things I ever animated/programmed was a crappy side scrolling Rorschach game where you go around beating up street punks, it was not only a fucking awful game but totally and unironically misinterpreted the source material, I would like to think I've grown somewhat since then but here I am, 5 years later, doing exactly the same thing! Perhaps just a bit more knowingly...

Love you all

Happy Harry

P.S. Thanks to Josh and Hans for their cameos at the beginning



Rated 5 / 5 stars

i love it

it makes fun of the watchmen so much i already thought the watchmen were gay but u raised it to a whole nother level you made it look like an old cartoon opening i think its amazing and very creative lol keep doing great flash cartoons man


Rated 5 / 5 stars


lol i saw the movie and that was a really sweet parody


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Tickles my funny bone

Ah crack up everytime I see this. Not only is it a great parody on saturday morning cartoons, it manages to take the piss out each character successfully in 5 secs.
And Dr. Manhattan turns into a car!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Spot on!

This is just amazing! The animation is very impressive and the concept perfectly captures the kitchyness that cartoon networks use when turning a serious movie into a goofy kids show.
I love that you chose the Watchmen for this!
Great job! 10/10

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This flash really sums what saturday morning cartoons were all about; Hammering morals into the kids' heads, while at the same time often destroying whatever the source material was about. Simply brilliant, how does one come up with something like this!