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Dec 12, 2002 | 2:08 AM EST
  • Daily Feature December 13, 2002

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Before you view this movie:
Please do not spam me. Please do not flame me. Please do not make threats on my life. PLEASE KNOW THAT THIS MOVIE HAS THE ENDORSEMENT OF 8-BIT THEATHER'S CREATOR.

A LOT of people put hard work into this. I want to thank Maridia for putting up with me, AntonioPizza for pushing me, and Viper for being the middleman. Thanks to all the voice actors as well- Cotmm-68030, Rhyos, and even Compyfox.

This is a comic originally scripted by Brian Clevinger and I want to thank him for giving me permission to do this. Please! Visit his site at www.nuklearpower.com. He is the original author of what you see. I'll mention it again- Brian gave me permission, Brian am good man, Me likey Brian. Please, no more death threats. I'm sorry if you got the impression that I wasn't given permission to do this- I was. Sword Chucks Yo.

Oh, and if any of you are in a giving mood (tis the season), then click the paypal link in the movie to make a donation. Please no more than a dollar or two though. We're monsters but we're not monsters about it (8-bit ep 11).
Thanks for the donations guys:
L. Battistini
J. Sowers
A. Setlak (where's my cruise?)
J. Henley
D. Vlaikidis
R. Bowers

For more information on the voice of Black Mage, visit http://remix.overclocked.
org/detailremixer.php?mix erid=5

Reviews


elpollodefuegoelpollodefuego

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

meh. its ok.

although i really like the comic, and the fact that having a movie version that you don't have to read to enjoy is great, wtf is wrong with their voices? Fighter sounds like a 34 year old drunk who lives with his mother and Black Mage sounds like a 70 year old woman who has been smoking since she was 4. and the tones they use at different parts don't match their characters. otherwise i loved it.



adrshepardadrshepard

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

jkl;

This was not very entertaining. Though the voice acting was all right, the humor was predictable and too video game based. Present something for those who don't waste their lives playing video games, going on imagination quests, or any of that card game
non-visual bs. And another think to Private106, and to all the other lesbians who post outwar shit: I have a website you should visit.
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just take out the shlong and your're all set.



TequilaTequila

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Already been done in flash

And with better voices than the one you chose.



agent66agent66

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

I have to agree...

...with the previous reviewer. This was painful to watch and not funny at all. There is so much higher quality stuff on the top 100. What is this doing here?

P.S. The donation idea is really pathetic.



ZeroCorpseZeroCorpse

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Loses something in animation. Voices ruin humor.

I love 9-bit Theater, but this animation doesn't work for me. The voices utterly ruin all of the humor. Instead of being quirky and edgy, like the strip, it turns out hokey and dry. The animators should have merely animated and added sounds and music, but NOT recorded voices. Besides, 8-Bit games didn't HAVE voices! We had to read them. THAT is part of the humor of 8-Bit Theater. Great effort here, but the voice work kills all the comedy.