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Jan 15, 2012 | 5:58 PM EST
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Author Comments

This is probably my most ambitious attempt at an animated adaptation for VG Cats. I flipped out when I first saw my copy of the VG Cats book and noticed that Scott re-drew some of his comics so that they had a more modern look which opens up some opportunities beyond my original 7 episode limit.

Now that this is done I'm going to get to work at making "Doctor Whooves and the Assistant." The audio series found on youtube.

Original comic: http://www.vgcats.com/com ics/?strip_id=269

Other comic: http://www.vgcats.com/com ics/?strip_id=271

Reviews


DragoMajeecDragoMajeec

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 15, 2012

Welcome to the world of tomorrow!!!!!

Fantastic! Everything just works out great, the drawings are really good and animation really smooth. Audio a little ruff but it's still really great! Love the music, very fitting. You have really done a great job of bringing the VG Cats gang alive! Thanks for sharing this on NGs!



MiloticMasterMiloticMaster

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 15, 2012

I cracked up. For hours.

Is there anything else to say?
Oh, and this also spurred me to read every other comic. Congrats to the author too.
For Science!



ExedorExedor

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 15, 2012

Ouch!

After I left the good review yesterday on the Christmas episode, you had me scared on this one. You saved it after the first ending though. That was some muddy territory you were walking thru there. :\

After the first end, the pause before the 2nd part starts is long enough that some people may shut it off, thinking that's all there is, and give a lower score. The first part was rough, but the 2nd part pulled it out. If people watch the whole thing, you should be ok. If they shut it off when they see the first credits, your score may suffer. :\

:)


MikeandTreyVideo responds:

Yeah, I weighed the risk of having something like that in the middle when trying to entertain young teens. It was a lot less work than animating the second comic strip that originally ties these other two together.