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That Venusaur sure knows how to fight.
Music by OneyNG
Additional coloring and cleanup by Suzy Berhow!
This tells some truth and it's "awesome".
I didn't forget that this was funny at all.
I'm surprised you didn't do this one before. Turned out pretty great. Voice acting, animation, music, everything was done pretty well.
loved it :D
Once again, this is an awesome animation in the awesome series by Egoraptor.. the awesomeness was all there and the references to the recent skyrim and the 1sty generation pokemon just made the whole comedy side to this animation perfect for those oldschool, yet up to date gamers/geeks such as myself!
No other pokemon parody could beat this humor-wise.. however it did feel quite short D': it's the only actual reason why i gave it 9/10, otherwise it simply lived up to its awesomeness as an awesome series animation.
...does they realy kill pokemon?
Watching this, I had many questions rolling in my mind. After all, the style has changed dramatically, and the creator had been involved in a variety of projects very different from the usual high paced action of the Awesome series (Girlchan in Paradise as lengthier works). So here we have a mixture of the two sets of jokes.
The first half is what we've come to expect from Awesome videos: quick puns, strange dialogue, bizarrely ecstatic voicing and a clever application of visual puns. The animation has taken a step into new angles, which makes the setting flow a bit better than in earlier works. The pacing is slower, but it places more emphasis on character interactions with each other.
After Pikachu is hit, the action slows. Movement is minimal, with a new focus on well executed facial expressions. Visual angles are more diverse than previously, and the humor is still present.
What changes severely is the dialogue focus. Instead of several characters sharing the dialogue with a series of quick, sharp prattlings, Pikachu commands the spotlight and spends a lot of time moaning, swearing, and trying to think of what to say. About a good 50% of the scenario after Pikachu is hit is either Pikachu swearing, Pikachu moaning about his knee, or silence.
This is alright, but it lacks the color, the charm of the quick pacing of the earlier videos. Still, I recommend watching it. It's humorous, there are some great points, and when parallels are drawn to the Pokemon universe, it's dead on.
Ninja Action (2003-2012)
NINE TAILS BABY!!
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