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Apr 2, 2010 | 10:27 PM EDT

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Emo Goomba, Yoshi, Kirby, and Lemmy venture to see their favorite band play and behold a show that forever changes their lives; in music! Ever inspired by the show that changes their lives, they decide to form a band. Will the impressionable youths make a success? Or just end up like big smelly rockstar douches? Watch and find out.

Thanks again to my cousins Toby and Eddie on this one with the voices and enjoy the next installment of Emo Goomba part 3.

_Esty

Reviews


Meatbridge1Meatbridge1

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 11, 2010

Very Entertaining.

There was a definite improvement in the art over the last installment. I loved the new characters that were introduced. The sound quality is still poor, but it doesn't make the animation any less wonderful.



supersticky13supersticky13

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 10, 2010

im feelin it

its great like the others



ZedfryZedfry

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 8, 2010

wow!

just WOW!


EASTBEAST responds:

Coo, thanks bro :)


MajorathemagicianMajorathemagician

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 6, 2010

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The beginning was hilarious and so was the whole thing! Thnx for sending me the PM! Awesome episode. It shoulda gotten front page.


EASTBEAST responds:

Haha no biggy, front page would have been nice, but I'm just as satisfied making you guys laugh. Tis a reward within itself. Thanks for the review!


VoltageVoltage

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 5, 2010

Ha sweet

it is kinda shaping up to be a sprite sitcom, haha.

There was interesting improvement on the jokes but now all you need to work on is transitioning the scenes a little more smoothly. It's a little jumpy when you watch the story but that's alright.

I give you a 7/10 all because Kirby is a coke addict haha that's awesome.


EASTBEAST responds:

Hey thanks for the review voltage, much appreciated.Haha yeah you mean the sitcom element where at the end of the story everything is always the same as it was before, no matter how radical the story gets.

Thanks again man!