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Dec 23, 2012 | 9:57 PM EST

Author Comments

I've been working on this movie for over two years. Not two years straight, mind. On and off over the course of two years. I kept changing and fixing things as my style improved, and then putting it away for another month as I got bored of redoing my old artwork. I have only recently managed to get this movie into a presentable state.

Discoball is in desperate need of cash, and agrees to the steep terms of a loan shark. But when that shark unexpectedly comes to collect, what will Discoball do?



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars December 25, 2012

really slow and hard to understand, I understand your hard work, but remember you care make people care from the beginning

AnkhClock responds:

I cared from the beginning.


Rated 5 / 5 stars December 24, 2012

I really can see the two years worth of time put into this. In my case, it would take far longer than two years to make something like it. Because I suck, much like Frank2982. But I really did like that it is a complete story and didn't rely on "random" humor like so many terrible Flash movies now-a-days. Nicely done, good sir! I look forward to that sequel in 2016! {{{}}}

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AnkhClock responds:

Give me fifty mil and I'll get you producer credit on the sequel!


Rated 0 / 5 stars December 24, 2012

Shit. As always. I hate this boring annoying crap like many others.

AnkhClock responds:

Oh please tell me how to make good flash Alex477-sama~!


Rated 3 / 5 stars December 23, 2012

They don't even have mouths to eat burgers...I'll shut up now

Nothing too fancy hear but it told a linear joke came left and ended with a good punchline. That's all ya need!

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AnkhClock responds:

A tragedy I'll explore in Discoball & the Loanshark II, coming 2016.


Rated 3 / 5 stars December 23, 2012

Decent animation.
The soundtrack and voice acting seems to be a little distorted.
The story was rather long, although it kept me semi-content.

AnkhClock responds:

Okay the voice acting I can see since it's Speakonia. But the soundtrack? That's the Grateful Dead, man.