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Willie D Rumble Knock out

rated 0.40 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Parody

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Mar 26, 2013 | 11:47 PM EDT

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Willie D is still in Tokyo so fight against a Asian challenger
who he face in their territory in Tokyo this is Willie D Rumble 3



Rated 2 / 5 stars

It doesn't seem a rumble, more like a chat

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Animation is getting a bit better keep up the good work =)

WillieD891 responds:

Thanks My friend


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Personally, I thought the lip syncing was very far off. Plus, the line delivery was fairly poor. I thought it was drawn out with minimal emotion. I think that with much more time and practice this, and other works of yours could become something very enjoyable.
Also, the ending was a little abrupt, I assume there will be more added onto this flash though.
Keep working.

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WillieD891 responds:

I will next friend :)


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

For the way you write and your animations I must assume that you're either a troll that wastes his time making crappy animations and spamming the portal or a 12 year old.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

An improvement. The pacing was better, and I liked how you had Willie D lose the fight instead of winning like he did in the previous Willie D Rumble episodes. This was an improvement from the other Rumble episodes, but one of the problems with this cartoon is that the villain talked for too long.

The villain just kept talking, it took a while before Willie started talking. Willie should've probably interrupted him or something, because the villain's speech went on for too long.

One of the major problems with this episode was Willie D's animation. In the beginning when the villain kept talking, it looked like you redrew Willie many times and put in either a graphic or a movie clip. Draw him once, the squiggly lines are distracting. Don't re-draw Willie if he's not moving. If he's just standing still, then draw him one time and leave it like that.

Another problem was that there was too much talking and not enough fighting. The fighting was about five seconds and I could've sworn that the villain guy was talking for at least thirty seconds. So, in conclusion, here are the good things and the bad:


- An improvement in pacing. An interesting premise.
- It had lip sync and voice acting, something your previous cartoons didn't have, and this cartoon is much better than it would have been without lip sync or voice acting.
- Color choices. Nice color choices for the background. Perfect, looks like a gray day.


- Too much talking, not enough fighting. The villain guy should've talked for maybe ten seconds at most.
- There should only be one drawing of Willie, the squiggly line quality on him is very distracting.