Madness Aggregation

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Mar 15, 2009 | 7:59 PM EDT
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10,269 frames.
5:11 run time.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is just brilliant. Except I felt is was a bit short, compared to some of the other Madness movies, but this was still just as good, if not better than the original Madness movies. It's awesome to see Hank make a return, and the story was also great. I look forward to the next Madness episode, and hope to Jesus that it doesn't take as long to make as this one did. Great work Krinkels.
10/10, 5/5

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


I love the series but is it just me or does it seem like there's parts missing between some of the episode. Anyway this was a good one but it like it was moving along kinda slowly as compared to the others. Also, Jesus Christ that hook was gruesome.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Hank is a cat, cause after 9 episodes he's still alive. lol
Overall well animated, nice introducing new characters, I liked the truck scene and the new design for Hank.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


I have too admit, strictly speaking madness 7 was the last "true madness" episode, however, i still find it very easy to appreciate the brilliance of episodes 8 and 9. The violence and gore in this episode were top-notch, the way the characters moved was flawless. This was followed somewhat of a storyline, unlike the others.
I gotta say though, i disliked the new version of hank, mainly because of his mutated arm. It doesnt seem to fit him that well, as hank is one for using guns and swords to defeat enemies rather than his fists.
The auditor was a little too invincible in my opinion. I mean, having a practically unbeatable bad-guy isnt nessecarily a bad thing. I geuss im just used to everyone else getting owned :3
The end was, a little quick. The auditor simply growing larger does make him seem a little more threatening but by no obvious means more powerful. I think you should have put more thought into a cliffhanger ending, but thats just me.
Anyway: This episode is amazing, although i dont like it as much as say, episodes five and six; (which are currently my favourites) while the violence is amazing and the animation awesome, i think you have strayed off the path of what madness originally was.
HOWEVER: This was still an amazing episode, and doesnt fall short of a perfect score.


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome as usual

It took long enough but it's finally here. Although I'd have liked to see more Hank and less super hank...still not a bad piece of flash right here Love the high speed fight

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