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Oct 6, 2012 | 1:53 PM EDT

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I Animated, Co-Wrotte & Did the poor voice acting (Yeah I know i am saving up for a microphone!) while my Handome Pal Jon Co-Wrotte & Co-Storyboarded it with me. This isn't our best animation yet there is way better to come but we had alot fun making it!

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Yawn. Then again, I just bought (and read in a single day) the entirety of "Black Hole", so you're up against a lot of weirdness. Then again, this was pretty fucked up. So what should I rate it as? Well, it's not quite a graphic novel, but it's a perfect Halloween entry that transcends the Treehouse of Terror series that they put out every year.

Okay, so this is just a random assortment of scenes inspired by the Creepypasta Myth of "Dead Bart", an exaggerated and very false conception of how such an episode would play out. By the looks of the whole setup, the original myth of the forgotten episode must be pretty gruesome. This is but a tasteless parody that ups the schlock to eleven and never lets go. Once it is done, you will laugh out loud. For its badness.

Such is the case here. Granted, the animators actually had fun for a change, and when you gratify yourself with the hilarity, it never does a worse therapy than anything. It's a labor of love, deal with it. It's not the greatest either, as they point out--not their personal best, but something required of them to accomplish--and some of the scenes and effects actually turn out to be unsettling in brief moments. It's certainly not for the squeamish, or anyone seeking out themes or plots. The theme is pretty much a horror/satire, poking fun by virtue of its excess about the non-existence of a lost "Dead Bart" episode of The Simpsons.

Does it work out? Yes and no. The lack of polish and the utter crack that is of the source material congeal into a hot mess of epic proportions. This will make you pine for the third through seventh seasons, assuming this was an actual modern Simpsons episode. Kudos to the credits roll that, aside of its spliced easter egg that freaked even me out, featured a roll of names that included the late Phil Hartman as a Special Guest Star (who then became a regular contributor until his death). That should tell you what kind of Simpsons fan that Flikker and Fonzie are.

Look up Creepypasta and relevant wikis for more information. I've said enough.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

The timing was really bad and the jokes weren't very interesting. I won't address the sound and voice acting though since that's explained.

I see a lot of potential for something like this. There's actually a creepy pasta called Deat Bart.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

This was strange and creepy. That's obviously what you were going for, and you've basically nailed it.

My criticisms center around the animation during one scene and the oddly placed humor; you've already addressed the voice acting and sound, so I won't mention that.

In the second scene where Homer beats Bart, the animation is a little lazy. It's really only in that scene.

My other criticism is with the third scene with Homer in the power plant. The humor just seems oddly placed. I feel like this could have been left out or moved before the second scene.

Other than that, you mostly achieved what you set out to do. The credits were also interesting as well.


Rated 5 / 5 stars