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Oct 16, 2002 | 6:28 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature October 16, 2002

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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 get to vote what happens next with each installment---the viewers actually determine the outcome!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


All around goodness and fun stuff and such, =)
I yhought that the heart eating I found to be overwhelmingly gross, but thats just my weak stomach.
Evil magican is a good character and the idea of exploiting the weak innocents works well.
The addition of voice acting instead of text was intelligent to do so, but I would have liked to see the text bubbles still included, to keep with a running theme.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Yeah, you did stop with the speech balloons. I must say I don't miss them at all! The voices give the characters far more depth. I'm so glad they all sound so distinct. It's nice to hear that Dr. Shroud has his own supervillain. Well, maybe not an archnemesis.

The music was as good as ever. It's a really creative idea too. I have little idea on what will happen next. The parents have such a dead expression on their faces. No wonder they working with dead bodies.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

What was that?

What was she eating? a heart? Anyways, good job

robfeldman responds:

Yes, it was a heart from the mrogue. Next insatllment wraps up all questions.

Thanks for the nice review!!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very cool, though I liked 2 better.

The voice synch ws way off, and some of the voice acting was dreadful. The style kicks ass, though, halfway between EC comics and 50s horror movies.

robfeldman responds:

Thanks-glad you like the retro feel. Thisis the first time I have attempted using voice actors. I am curious---is the synch due to the video card and RAM?

Thanks for the great review!!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


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.