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Skitzo-Fisherman Follies

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rated 3.92 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original
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bear
skitzo
1920s
creepjam

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Uploaded
Aug 24, 2016 | 10:57 PM EDT

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A recovered Skitzo cartoon scrap from 1921! This short "Fisherman Follies" was a rare oddity in the collection as it starred an unknown human simply known as "David". Historians have discovered that a year before the short's release, a morgue collected a body somewhere in the rural Nevada deserts of a man by the same name "David" who was sacrificed to a Satanic alter with the words "For Skitzo" carved on his forehead. Beyond this connection we just do not know why or how this was related to "Fisherman Follies".

Again no full version of the cartoon has been found. All copies of this short was burned within a month of debut. Records claim that film audiences who saw this cartoon in its full would slit their wrists with metal can lids and swallow hooks while gargling their own blood. Luckily this tiny scrap was discovered sealed up in an abandoned fallout shelter in Nevada covered by dried out jerky meats and a chest full on money. It is believed that the screams that can be heard in the films nitrate may be "David"...but no evidence has been collected to prove this.

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Skitzo the 1920s Killer Bear (c) Crystal Gonzalez
Animated in Flash
Music Credits: "Neath Egyptian Skies"-Isham Jones cc: public domain

Reviews


MelonKidMelonKid

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

We need more blood, alot more blood, and mutilation, can there be an episode where everything just gets sad and depressing and he just finally breaks and just kills a shit ton of people?


Comick responds:

LMAO! I suppose that might happen, you never know with Skitzo! :)


Teganrose1Teganrose1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I wonder how Idolatry feels about Skitz becoming popular...


Comick responds:

Haha in my comic, Idolatry is WAY more popular in the world...like crazy popular hello kitty and disney combined status. So in that sense, Skitzo has a very long ways to go...not many know of his history because they burned most of it in the 1920s. But if you meant in the real world, then yeah Skitzo is probably more well known and Idolatry would be very jealous!


Kishimoto1944Kishimoto1944

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Bosko and Mickey Mouse would love this guy!


Comick responds:

Haha yeah but I'd be careful shaking Skitzo's hand...you might lose it in the process!


TheFabsTheFabs

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I read the description. Great concept! Really cool animation and art style. A very original idea, executed very well for such a short runtime. This had a lot of personality, and I really liked it!!


Comick responds:

Hey thanks a ton for giving Skitzo a watch and glad you liked it too! I appreciate it :)


shittingpieshittingpie

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Real Noice. Reminds me of Disney cartoons from the 1940's if they were made by Satan. This style is perfect for maximum creep factor.


Comick responds:

Thanks a bunch! Yeah the era is more closer to like silent cartoons of the 1910-20s years before Disney and more towards Felix the cat and Koko the clown. But thanks a lot for liking it and giving it a view!