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**Edit:Thanks for the frontpage and daily award**
**And i know how much this animation is similar to some animes and I've been explaining since the 2nd episode. This series is never about originality in the first place.
I will be working on alot more original stuffs in the future so just keep a lookout. :) **

Superhero Slayers Reel 4

In this episode the focus is back on the Fantastic Four and the X-men.
The Superheroes will continue their battle against the unknown enemies.

This episode is kind of a continuation of the previous episode, which is too long so i cut them off and put it as an individual episode, Hence the short length and the fast pace.
It took me really long, mostly because of school and outside work. I'm so glad its now finally completed.
Although it is another build-up episode, but it is shorter and more compact than the previous one.
And sorry for the lack of plot progress, the lack of originality and change of style, since this project started out for me to practice my animation skills and technique, the style is therefore visibly different in each episode.

Thanks all the VAs for lending their voices.
Thanks D-mac and Shard for working with me on this project again.

I'll probably be working on more original projects from now on, so I'm really not sure how will the future of this series goes.
Hope you enjoy watching!

~Xennethy

Reviews


PanzerxSquidPanzerxSquid

Rated 3 / 5 stars August 30, 2010

Ehhh a bit minimalist

Animation is smooth but choreography is boring with very little action, and whatever action there is none of it is continuous and doesn't flow well. Dialogue is choppy between "serious", wry remarks, and plain silly like Mr. Fantastic's quips and suffocates the scenes with more dialogue than there should be action, though quite a few animes/toons do this as well. The scene cuts move back and forth too often to retain any over arching tone or pace, it's random and hectic to say the least.

Characters? Well come on...straight out of Naruto. So far we've seen generic moves like teleport/super speed, summoning, energy balls. Nothing is particularly inspired or unique and the "Master Summoner" is taken straight from Pein's summoner body.

Super heroes aren't very well represented either. We don't even see most use their powers even though most of them could wreck what we've seen the villains (or rather the monsters). Susan? Strongest of the Fantastic 4 if not Johnny, though she has been able to contain even his Super Novas. Once again, we don't even get to see them fight.

Since you're seemingly making this into a series it needs some work.


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giogiogio4giogiogio4

Rated 3 / 5 stars August 30, 2010

work more on your characters and their powers.

It was ok. You did a good job with the comic characters but your characters lacked. They seemed a little too Anime generic. The handsigns and summoning was a clear sign of Naruto. Work a little more on the villians and you will do great.


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GODBIRDnikolaosGODBIRDnikolaos

Rated 3 / 5 stars September 6, 2010

Good artwork, good casting.

Dialogue and script were poor.


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JoexPJoexP

Rated 3 / 5 stars September 5, 2010

Like watching dubbed anime

It sounds the same. Get a better writer.


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McSrubsMcSrubs

Rated 3 / 5 stars September 2, 2010

meh

the animation was really good and the voices were cool but the writing needs work and it was hard to take the bad guy seriously when he introduces him self.