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Jun 15, 2011 | 12:26 PM EDT
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Full Title: "It's A Mad World, Charlie Brown"

After being kicked from his baseball team Charlie Brown struggles to maintain his sanity.

Note: Don't forgot to check out the extras for more back-story.
+ Small Easter Egg in the art gallery

Also on YouTube: tch?v=1XzhIlQAEpU



Rated 3 / 5 stars

In the middle

It's hard to describe this flash. You've obviously put a fair bit of work into it, but the plot-line seems very weird and confusing. It would of made a lot more sense to use it seriously, but the way you've done it seems like it's meant to be funny and, no offence, its not. Basically, i think your combination of cartoon and seriousness doesn't work. It was nicely made though, so ill give you a 6.

NEXTVIEW-Designs responds:

parents just don't understand.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

real good only technical a bit bad

you must realy do something about the borders, at the sides i can see parts of your animation you don't want to show


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Lucy's the worst


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Dungeon fighter sprites in a charlie brown movie. I can't get past that.


Rated 2 / 5 stars


Voice and animation is nice and fluid but it all builds up to Charlie killing Lucy, which I knew would happen from about the start. And when he kills her. It's the finale. It's really unsatisfying and Lucy's death does not solve anything really. He has no trouble sleeping. He's a psycho. And I don't really need a "Charlie Brown The Murderer" picture in my head.

Because you copied the style so successfully, it's disturbing for me that seeing the characters' getting killed and becoming murderers. Though, I must admit I liked the Lucy-Schroeder scene.

I think this animation is more about personal revenge and filling the holes that the original comics and cartoons didn't. But overall, except that one little scene it is a failure for my taste.

Oh by the way, I'm not gonna even talk about "the eye" and "evil inside" parts, or I'm gonna start swearing.

NEXTVIEW-Designs responds:

Well, the ending was not meant to wrap up all the loose ends. It just provides a good place to pause before the story picks up again in the sequel. Not sure if you viewed the extras but that should fill some of the gaps in the story and explain why Charlie Brown is acting the way he is.

I'm a big Peanuts fan, I've read all the comics, and I've seen all episodes, movies and specials. So I can understand that if you're fond of the characters you might not want to see them portrayed this way. But hey I'm just some guy, this isn't canon or anything.