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Sep 8, 2009 | 11:36 AM EDT

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This video says so much about me. Pretty much every fandom or character I've loved appears in this at some point or another. Which adds up to some EIGHTY CHARACTERS last I counted jesus christ. Almost all frame-by-frame again aaaaagh my eeeeeeyes why do I keep doing this to myself

I thought about having the background change color with each shift to a new character(s) but I tried it out and it seemed really distracting, probably since some characters only show up for a few seconds then vanish. I have a really short attention span, don't I. Well in some ways I guess. I might fiddle with that a bit later.

"But why are Liquid and Solidus alive if this has Old Snake in it" you might ask, to which I reply what is Snake doing playing DDR with a bunch of Pokemon and Silent Hill characters. ANSWER ME THAT

Edit - Uh, you guys ARE aware that the blonde person in green sweeping the guy with the glasses and grey hair off his feet at one point is a *woman*, right?

Here's the full cast list.

Metal Gear Solid: Solid Snake, Otacon, Sunny, Liquid Snake, Revolver Ocelot, Raiden, Solidus, The Joy/Boss, The Sorrow
Star Control 2: Admiral ZEX, The Captain, Talana, an Utwig, a Supox, an Arilou, Subcommander DAX, Fwiffo
Phoenix Wright: Yanni Yogi, Damon Gant, Matt Engarde, Juan Corrida
Pikmin: Olimar, Pikmin
Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Nny, Edgar
Mother 3: Duster, Kumatora, Lucas, Boney, Ionia
Pokemon (these are original characters of mine): Radic, Farnsworth the Lucario, Nova the Raichu, Callima the Parasect
Megaman Legends: Teisel Bonne, Glyde
Mario: Luigi, Prince Peasley (from Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga)
Silent Hill: Harry Mason, Dahlia Gillespie, Pyramid Head, James Sunderland, Heather Mason, Father Vincent
Final Fantasy 7: Cid Highwind, Vincent Valentine
Slayers: Vrumugun, Zangulus
Final Fantasy 9: Zorn and Thorn
Magic Knights Rayearth: Ascot
Road to El Dorado: Miguel, Tulio
EarthBound: Ness, Paula, Jeff, Poo
Final Fantasy 6: Strago Magus, Kefka
Secret of Mana: Sprite, Boy
Captain Jack, the Eurodance artist
Cleo, my dead dog
Slasher Movies: Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers
Final Fantasy 8: Zell Dincht, Irvine Kinneas
Snatcher: Gillian Seed, Random Hajile, Metal Gear Mk. II
Quest for Glory: The Hero
Metroid: Samus Aran
Wilhelm and Zee (from NeonPteranodon's videos on youtube)
Lazytown: Sportacus
Chrono Trigger: Ayla
Inhuman the webcomic: Kyotoshi Lypha, Grey
Space Quest: Roger Wilco
Day of the Tentacle: Green
Original Characters: Tsukiyo, Girl, Triangle, Scriabin, Dr. Dowasure, Zarla, Alix, Sheena (my, my brother's, and my cousin's avatars)



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


why are there so much gay couples D: 5 for the song -5 for gayness...


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Well cool

Well its boring. But I will say Theres something catchy about this, and I'm sure you had a lot of fun making it with all those characters (some of which i didn't know o.o), but its not great. Again, it was something new so points for that, and it looked fun to make so points for that too.

Good, keep goin!


Rated 2 / 5 stars

fan worship amplified

deviantart the movie pretty much

the syncing and unique dance moves were nice but i didnt get the whole 'i'm gonna turn all the characters into gay couples' thing. aside from the short characters and aliens, everyone pretty much had the same face and body type too

the animation wasnt as bad as i thought it would be but still lacked a lot of bounce and liveliness.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Fanservice: The Movie

You've seemed to have stricken a chord with all the fans who love watching these characters do honestly anything, but just placing as many references together as possible doesn't automatically make it good. The way you drew each of the characters was basically the same with no variety and it lacked the liveliness that the song portrayed. I would've also liked to see different angle shots instead of the same full frontal view of them dancing, or if not that at least add something to make the background not so dull.

And for those who marked this abusive last time, this is simply my opinion. Don't get angry just because you disagree.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


Wow that was pretty weird. It felt like all the annoying things about Deviantart was barfed into one "kawaii gay dancing fest". I mean you had it all: The furries, the gay lovers, the "original" Pokemon characters derived from fan fictions, the pop culture icons, the video game guys who are then made into lovers because they are polar opposites so they have a "dominant and submissive" relationship. Not to mention you drew them all as anime characters with pointed chins, featureless faces and all the same body type (minus the accessories), which completely undermined the original designs into bland eyed copies of their real forms. The animation was 50/50. Some parts like the alien's hair moved nicely with fbf and some of the smaller characters really got down to the beat, but then the rest barely moved at just drew them in one pose and then they landed into another static pose with almost no frames in-between to make it smooth, and then if they turned around it was the same drawing but flipped in the other direction. Or it was the same base drawing and then you erased an arm/leg and drew it in another bend...Also, the slow frame rate didn't help on this fast song, where they should really be bouncing and moving faster. I think if you really want to progress in animation, you should take a look at some real DDR videos online, (I'm sure YouTube has some), and watch the way bodies move as they dance. They have knees that bend, and pivot centers in the waist that show weight (all of your characters fat, skinny, big, or small jumped with the same space and weightless effort). Also, look at clothes and hair when it's moving in real. Every figure here had their clothes glues to their bodies or something...not a wrinkle or slack in them! It was a pretty long song, so I can see you have the effort and drive to produce an animation that can really shine, and that's probably why I think you can do better than this half-job riding on pop culture nostalgia (of course that's just imo). And look at the vast array of characters you did, it's like 20+ different people, animals, things, so you're not lazy to draw! You as an animator have potential to make something completely your own, but you won't be able to get there if you don't break from your comfort zone and rely on only fandom to make things. Anyways good luck! :)