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Apr 2, 2011 | 10:30 AM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place April 3, 2011

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IMPORTANT: watch the whole thing, even after the credits

i spent ages on this. it's my first madness animation (dont count casey the punsiher, i made that during this)

if people like it i may stop playing tf2 long enough to make a sequel.

Final note: if you like the music, check out DJ-Fantasy, he has heaps of cool music

EDIT: if you watched this when it was first uploaded, i fixed the screen issue :(

EDIT 2: WOW! 3rd place, must be better than i thought! :D

- i got front paged? thats awesome! :D thanks to all people who made that happen, newgrounders and newground mod team and the like

- thanks heaps for the feedback, i've been using it all as i make the next one



Rated 5 / 5 stars


this is a good madnes man dont get mlots of thes that have a good not confusing story line


Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was awesome!

Now, if hank could do that, i would be scared! That teleportation, nice stuff! I liked this vid.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Cant want to see he next chapter good job


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Brilliant work. I would actually really enjoy seeing a sequel to this. At first I didn't like how clunky it felt, but I realized that it was more of a style thing, so I actually appreciate it now =P

Great work, and great job not opting for excessive super-power use or excessive bullet-time badassery. You struck a nice medium between the two that doesn't get boring or cliche, and I really enjoyed it. =]

tomtyke responds:

It's no fun to have an entire room of baddys drop dead from one slash


Rated 5 / 5 stars

It was great.

The animation was awesome, truly in the spirit of Madness Day. It was smooth (for the most part), and the quality of the drawings was extraordinary. It certainly ended with a cliffhanger. I look forward to the sequel. The only error I found (and it doesn't really matter, I'm just flaunting my knowledge) was that neurons (brain cells) are the only cells in the body that don't undergo mitosis (aka cellular replication). In the sequel, though, please provide background information.

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tomtyke responds:

I know, I do biology and psychology, but this is an animation, and I chose to ignore that fact along with the fact that even if the neurons were to be replaced, it wouldn't replace the neural impulses that are memories, but ignore that part, this is just 4 fun