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Nov 26, 2012 | 3:11 AM EST
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A piece of historical Skitzo animation! All copies of this particular cartoon "Puppy Love" was believed to be burned only days after its release to theaters in 1918. And because of this, a full version has never been found. Reports from old newspapers claimed this cartoon when watched in its full form, took over the souls of its watchers and led them to mass-murder, senseless rambling, and finally suicide by ripping their genitals off and bleeding to death. But luckily, animation archeologists uncovered a tiny scrap of this lost Skitzo cartoon on a decaying nitrate film buried and hidden away in the bunker of a dead satanic worshipper in Florida. ENJOY!

*On a side note yes I'm aware this is an old flash from last year, but I never posted it to NG...so now I am!

2nd edit!: Wow thanks a lot for the front page, I appreciate it!!

Skitzo the bear (c) Crystal Gonzalez
Music credits: "Waltz of Treachery" By Kevin MacLeod

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TommyGun45ACPTommyGun45ACP

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 27, 2012

Ya know, I think I'm going to go out for a little mass shooting, then go for a nice walk up and down the street a few hundred times and finally get rid of those darn things that keep knocking against my thighs...
The toon was a little short for my taste but the transition from sane to lunacy happened at just the right speed. I could imagine a disney film going this way verrrrrrry easily. 3:)


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Comick responds:

HAHAHA well thats supposed to be what happens if you had watched the whole cartoon and not just a scrap of it...but maybe it was just as strong hehe. That would also explain why the film was found next to a dead guy I guess. Also thanks! Yeah I keep them short since they are meant to be lost "scraps" but who knows maybe we will "find" another with more footage some day :b


ArdhamonArdhamon

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 27, 2012

Love the effects used for the mess up part. The whole cartoon itself had a disturbing feel to it. I also really like the way you did the who classic cartoon look. But the only problem was that it felt too rushed. Now I like things that don't drag and all but this was honestly too short in my opinion.

But I loved it overall.


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Comick responds:

Thanks a lot! Glad the effects came out well :) and yeah Skitzo cartoons are always short little clips since the idea behind them is that they are only "scraps" of an old cartoon that was found from the 1920s. I might do a longer one some day though....thanks again!


Zech93Zech93

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 2, 2012

Excellent work in expanding on your characters. I've read both issues of "In the Dark" and Skitzo is still my favorite character. Even in his "innocent" form he's still got that creepy nature about him. I'd love to see a "scrap" that survived a little bit longer than this, but those 1920's folks and their overblown sense of propriety, oh well.

To the other viewers talking about how "off-guard" they were, you should take a bit more time to look at the preloader. Might save you from having to change your pants too often.


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Comick responds:

Thanks man! And wow cool thanks for reading my books as well :D I appreciate it! I'm glad the cartoon reads well for what it is and yeah I do think I'll try "finding" some slightly longer scraps of Skitzo haha maybe they will be the ones that were stolen by cult members and then never heard from again ;)


ChiroskChirosk

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 23, 2013

this ones a little better then the one on the front page. but still your docked a full point for Edgy mc edgerson the edgiest dea-bear of the edgy seas.



David255David255

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 30, 2013

Swear I heard a little bit of a song from "uncertain" at the end of this animation, the "Ashes to ashes."
Well done in general.


Comick responds:

hmmm not sure what songs you listed are...the ones I used are from the 1920s and a modern composer who makes royalty free tunes for free. But glad you enjoyed it!