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Apr 16, 2010 | 8:29 AM EDT
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A lot happens in this 10 minute long episode of Girlchan in Paradise. Someone dies. Someone doesn't. And everybody goes AHHH.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Gotta love Kohtabaru-san-sama! :D

Seriously I think this is easily one of my favorite videos from you and easily my favorite girlchan. After I finished this I was just like OH YEAH!!!

Let the inside jokes begin!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I love the line "Kenstar here, Saying stay in school", also the falling down the stair was funny as well.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Great job once again


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It was good, not great

I have to say I enjoyed the previous two a lot more.

This one just felt a little too silly, especially the whole argument about writing the character back in bit

That said, I did laugh out loud several times during it, but the bits in between those times were just a bit average


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad.

The first Girlchan was an exceptionally funny, quirky parody of all things Anime, and I think that's why I loved it. This just seems like thoughtless, random not-so-funny humor piled on top of nothing of substance. I feel like the viewers, the audience who have come to love your work are being taken somewhat advantage of, now that they'll just sit back and watch anything you create. I understand that some of the low-quality things are stylistic choices, but it just comes off sometimes as not really having any desire to put forth the kind of effort I know you can.

A lot of work went into this. I think it could be better directed. That said, thanks for doing all you do.

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Egoraptor responds:

I don't think it's strayed far from its roots at all. Perhaps it's developed its own precedents and now I can play off of those for comedy instead of just anime, but I think that's a strength, not a weakness. The characters, the kinds of things they'd say, and how they'd react are getting more and more fleshed out, and with that I can twist the expectation of viewers and unleash some funny comedy. It's true it's not JUST an anime parody anymore, but I don't think that its development in any way cheapens the humor.