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Can Killgar and Hogstrong use all of their cunning to defeat the snake wizard Siad and save the sophisticated Princess Bustilda? Find out in this adventure!
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Totally amazing!! The quality is perfect and looks very professional!!
Turned off adblock and it's still not playing. Switched to IE and it's still not playing. I can rate this because I saw it on Youtube.
The animation is great, but being a chick, I'm not part of your intended audience. It's not my cup of tea and I agree with AleksandrtheGreat, I can't see this being a series. The characters are too bland. Their only notable traits so far are their ridiculous designs and being violent, single-minded horndogs. I predicted the joke with dice villain a little too easily; usually your animations are able to surprise me.
But, like I said the animation is kick ass.
excessive violence, boobs, and manliness is wat we want you bastard
As usual, your animation is some of the best out there. However, I just thought this flash felt a bit "empty." I never was that big of a fan of the Starbarians, though I thought they managed well enough as a one hit wonder. Now that your making an actual series, I feel I must question your judgement. Like I said before, everything art wise was nearly perfect; it's everything else that felt a bit lacking. The story is just a "excessive violence, boobs, and manliness" type of story, nothing all that special there. The characters are the same, empty parodies without much of a personality. Same with the setting, just one big sci-fantasy action parody filled with 80s cheese. Even the jokes suffered, they were just so predictable and bland. If not for the animation, I would not have enjoyed this as much as I did. Everything just felt generic and uninspired. This probably stems from taking what should have been a one note, silly type of cartoon you usually do and turning it into an entire series. It's like taking the Saturday Morning Watchmen toon or Avatar: Hot Na'vi Sex into a series. The joke that spawned them gets old real quick and there's not much to pick up the slack. Now I respect your decision to continue with this series, but I think it would be much more practical if you continued to do what you did before.
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