Skitzo-The Giving Season

rated 4.31 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Dec 21, 2013 | 1:32 AM EST
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A rare Skitzo short from 1924! This particular short was released to theaters during one of the worst times: Christmas season! as a result hundreds of children on winter break were exposed to the "The Giving Season" before authorities were able to gather and burn all the copies. Side effects from watching this short its its full form led them to taking sharp pieces of metal and slicing open their own throats then gargling and drowning from the blood as it filled their lungs. This tiny scrap was discovered in a masochist's house under the basement floors wrapped in glittery papers and dried bloody rags. He would not reveal how he came to possess such a rare piece of nitrate lost for more then 80 yrs, but after it was removed by animation archivists, he was later found dead by suicide and a note that said "Have a Merry Holiday and enjoy the show!"

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Skitzo The Bear (c) Crystal Gonzalez
Music Credit: "Parade of the Wooden Soliders"- by Herbet Clair



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I don't why but I just love skitzo

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Comick responds:

Thanks for watching!! :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

You know, I watched all the Skitzo catoons so far, but I don't see the appeal in it. It's obviously a very good series, but I just don't see it. Aside that, the series does what I'm pretty sure it was meant for, (by you, I don't know..) creeping people out. So it does it's job. Though, it has been going on for awhile, so I think people have gotten used to the fact that at some point, a blast of sound will kill your ears. (Especially this time XD) So maybe you could think of a twist on this, stop the norm?

Overall, though I don't necessarily like it, it's still brilliant, and it might be better if you make each time different.

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Comick responds:

Well I cant please everyone haha. But nah the cartoons change from scene to scene and episode to may not see it since all you see is some filtered version based on your bias against creepy things (which you seem to dislike anyways) but really all of these shorts are meant to be little windows into Skitzo's character and how he operates and interacts. They are records of his history so it may seem like they are just pointless but I put a lot of thought into how it all plays out and why things happen...its up to the viewer to see them I guess since I dont make them very obvious. (It does mean you have to think a little like skitzo...but oh that might be a bad idea!) :) ah well thanks for watching them anyways!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I always liked these skitzo toons!

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Comick responds:

Thanks man! :) I appreciate the watch!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Skitzo must become a NG mascot

Comick responds:

Haha ah thanks!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

You know when I first saw boxes at 3am (in 2011 I think) I thought that was amazing so I favorited you, and the animation. But when I saw first Skitzo short I didn't think anything of it. Now he has come so far and I must say he's pretty awesome. (^_^) He has developed so much has his own character and honestly even though he seems random he simple and methodic. I also like how things around him change and tell there own story (like what did he do in that firehouse) and much like older cartoons you have simple reoccurring characters (the little dog as in the first one, the game, and I one or two others). I love the dying music and the random pictures/voices you sneak in there. Keep up the amazing work. The feel the and visuals are perfect and I can't wait to see more. Cheers!

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Comick responds:

Ah cool! Well thanks a lot for giving Skitzo and my other animations a chance :) Its always nice to hear that I have watchers from past works too and that you stick around to see what else I make. Also thanks a lot for the kind really motivates me to work at making the next ones bigger and better each time! More on the way!