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  • Daily Feature October 16, 2002

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    Dr. Shroud Follow Dr. Shroud in these serials as he tries to find his missing daughter in the vampire-ridden city of Necropolis!

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This marks the first time using voices with professional voice talent. Part 3 is a lead-in to the action packed fourth installment, coming soon. Viewers at DrShroud.com get to vote what happens next with each installment---the viewers actually determine the outcome!

Reviews


SsanguineSsanguine

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars July 16, 2006

Hmm

From the first scene of part three I thought it was a mistake to watch another installment of this series...but as it turns out I was wrong. I enjoyed it.

There were a couple small things that I still didn't like but they're not even important enough to mention. Even though I just did sort of....mention....them...ahem.



myles-mooremyles-moore

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 8, 2006

GREAT!

This was great. the only thing I didn't like was the main character's voice which sounded like narrater program on my computer which I make it call itself a douchebag all the time.



GlowbugGlowbug

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 4, 2006

Better!!!

Okay, I realize that Dr. Shroud was intended as a comic a la the forties pulp magazines (and the art style is incredibly loyal to that genre), but the addition of the voice talent - perfect! Now it REALLY reminds me of the Shadow or simillar radio dramas from way-back when! Good stuff, and getting better.



axedmanaxedman

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 4, 2006

Really Great

I thought the series would be screwed up when you added the voices but you nailed it perfectly



Gene-SiskalGene-Siskal

Rated 4 / 5 stars March 4, 2006

...

I knew it! I just knew it! I knew the villain would have a handlebar mustache!
Normally, I'd critique the sound, but the way it's done makes it even more retro. It's like watching a really old monster film, but with less censorship.