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So this is my last minute entry for Madness Day.
It was basically done in a little over 24 hours, so it's not the best animation I could've done - but it was a really fun experiment. I'm not sure if it's funny.... or not funny... Anyway, enjoy!
Happy Madness Day! Gogogo!!
A good parody of rascism
i think it was well done, something totaly diferent then the regular madness cartoons.
Something Beyond Madness
A Madness cartoon without violence is actually pretty experimental, but this is more like a topical documentary overall. It almost qualifies under Drama or Noir, because it isn't really meant to be funny. It's also very political, with people spouting "face-ist" in regards to the matter at hand.
This is a very cool flash, because it sticks out of the typical premise of Madness by incorporating actual voice-overs and a more somber atmosphere up to and including the non-techno soundtrack, a radical departure. It is also the first Madness in recent memory not to include the standard array of mutants somewhere out in Nevada, instead placing the original faceless folk in an unnamed city living typical lives. Peel back the tribute to a violent cartoon series and discover a biopic-style one-against-the-system story about rejection and alienation.
Wronchi accomplished something quite different when he created this Madness tribute: he created something far beyond Madness itself. He actually created a drama that transcended its origins so well, if you never knew what the Madness cartoons were, you'd swear this belonged to another category. That's an achievement in itself. The fact that it's a Flash less than 2 MB also adds to its appeal.
5/5 and 10/10
All I can say is Lol.
It's truly unique from normal madness....xD
I think it is safe to say this is the funniest madness video I've ever seen. Great idea!
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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