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Secret Diary of the Lone Butterfly: Of Child's Dream and Nightmares...

Finally, the first prequel episode to the Tsunami series has arrived! In the first chapter of a probable long list of the Diary episodes, we are introduced to a mysterious character only known as The Lady Scientist, a shy, lonely gal who was, along with her uncle (known as The Machinist), one of the keys to the evolution of future androids. The story takes place a millennia ago when robots (a common term at the time) were nothing more than mere tools for humanity; only one could unlock the door to their progress, survival and salvation. While The Machinist found a way to make them think like humans, The Lady Scientist was eventually the one who would be fondly remembered by her believers throughout the universe: the one who gave them 'hearts'. Many of the themes and clues will be present, obviously and subtly, throughout the main series.

This first part of her long series of 'diary' dreams tells The Lady Scientist's dilemma to unlock the secrets of her late uncle's gift to humanity and destroy what's left of both of their sanity. The Lady Scientist, whose wondrous dream was haunted by recurrent nightmares of her uncle's forbidden ambition and her brutal fate, has no other choice than to survive by forcing herself to lead a new civilization to light.

Animated & Directed by Glen B.Wang

Story by Glen B.Wang

Screenplay by Kieran Squires and Glen B.Wang

Music composed by Selcuk 'Maestrorage' Bor

Featuring the voice of Erin 'Overshadowed' Tenelle as The Lady Scientist

Based on ideas and characters by Glen B.Wang, Anthony 'A-Log' LoGatto and the Santos Brothers
2009 (C) Glen B.Wang/A-Log/Santos Bros.

Reviews


RedHarvestRedHarvest

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

great!

ok i think this style and art is phenomenal...but i have no doubt in my mind that you could be on the front page if u hired a voice actor, and got some really high quality voice sound....but other than that...great!



Mad-Man-LotarMad-Man-Lotar

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very intriguing

I like panel oriented storytelling and I am interested in seeing this just based on seeing this alone. Good audio.



ZortanZortan

Rated 4 / 5 stars

interesting

i really enjoyed the movie and i love the art style, the dark,blocky,sketchy art is pretty unique



Jinx009Jinx009

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I dont really get it that much but.

"I like the color and the animation."



ThinatrezThinatrez

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I liked it, but...

The audio quality was an issue for me. It just seemed to have a lot of static in it and was hard to here at times.

But I enjoyed the art style and animation. Improve the audio quality and you will have an A grade series I think. Keep up the good work.