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This episode marks the fourth in the Dr. Shroud "Alley of the Dolls" storyline. Viewers at DrShroud.com get to vote what happens next with each installment, but you can only watch it here.
With animation that great it's tough to complain. There wasn't much in the form of violence, the fight was basically a punch. The whole story I don't know, but I'll check out the past few soon enough. The voices were damn good, but the actual villains don't seem so tough. As for the hero, he looks like the guy in "The Shadow." Lack of action is probably the reason it's not getting a ten. As for what happens next (it says "you decide") I'd have the dolls turn on him...that'd be bad ass.
OOh.... Dr shroud in trouble...
As I've hinted before, this is real B-movie fare, but I suppose that's what you were going for?
I just realised we still don't know what the deal with his medication is...
There wasn't any distortion in the voices in this episode and the animation is also steadily improving.
Wow, I'm so glad I don't have to wait for months for the finale. :)
Thanks for all of your comments on all the episodes. I appreciate the time you took to provide an honest (and flattering) evaluation. Yes, I always aimed for a B-movie, 60's superhero look (I do come from a comic bakground). The look, feel and exectution of Dr. Shroud will improve as I go along and we slowly uncover his past, present and future. Thanks again.
This is the first movie I have seen from this series, and it reminds me of something I'd see in an episode of the old Batman and Robin show.
you really shoulda put more into it. Good graphics and all but i mean it was just cheesy and uneventful, plus it looks like that old movie the puppet master. pretty unoriginal
That's the idea---glad you caught on.
Really nice graphics
Detective Nwar engages in modern nwarfare.
It's a picture that moves.
Music video for Savlonic's Broken single from their new album.
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