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Valentine's Day 2012

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Apr 12, 2012 | 12:19 PM EDT
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Almost two months late, here it is at last: the 2012 installment in my annual series of Valentine's Day cartoons for my fiancee Danielle! It may help a little to have seen the previous episodes.

This was uploaded with NewGrounds new video system and might be a little browser intensive (it's streaming 150mb), so you may have to pause and let it load a bit if it's continually stopping. If you're having major issues/it doesn't start, please make sure you have the latest version of Flash and contact Tom/the NewGrounds staff if problems continue.

Microwaves, like genies, have small reserves of magic energy that can grant three wishes. However, most everyone wastes this energy by subconsciously wishing for irradiated food.

This is the last regular annual installment of this series. After many a 50 hour week, Danielle and I agreed that these are becoming unhealthily time consuming. That said, I'd still like to come back and do a climatic, 'send-off' episode for the series in a few years.

The music is (mostly) from Sulek's upcoming album "Unbound at Last."

"Empire of Sock" is up next!




Rated 4 / 5 stars

Aaaaw that was so cute and insane at the same time, that I like something like a mix of these twos---> C: and :3 right now.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Cute!... i like the animation


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice animation, like pretty much all you did before ^^
I have a slight complaint though, this player youre using (maybe its Newgrounds related i dunno) is not really buffering all that fast. Basicly i can watch 1 min and have to buffer 5 mins to watch another 1 min. Please bear in mind that some people on this planet have sucky ass internetz ^^


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

not bad the crayon style was a litle differened but i like it


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Slightly choppy animation, great art, great complementary music, good storytelling, slightly confusing at times due to unfocused art-style, very good overall emotional effect