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Feb 3, 2003 | 4:46 PM EST
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Author Comments

This is my first all-Flash anime short, and first submission to any site like this.

This is not broad comedy -- it is intended for a literary audience, specifically fans of the writings of H.P. Lovecraft. If you are not such a person and watch this anyway, you may want to read this first before you write a review.

The voice actresses, for those who wondered, are linked to on my own site, and you can look forward to hearing them again in upcoming animation projects.

For more info on H.P. Lovecraft and his works referenced in this short, I highly recommend this site:



Rated 4 / 5 stars


Fun. I started laughin' as soon as i saw the Cuthulhu dool. Heh! Well tought. I agree, HP must be turning in his grave by now. Nice drawings. The animations was fluid enough and the sound was, altought a bit high, crystal clear. yay for you ^^


Rated 4 / 5 stars


OMG WTF!!! This movie, well yeah, it haves anime style and the animation is really good, but its too....Girly....
Well, is the message of the movie, until you see the final scene you donĀ“t understand why...THAT movie Lol.
Is more scary than a Lovecraft novel LOL!!!!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

i kind of got it..

with much jumping to conclusions and many leaps of faith i think i got a little.. also to the previous reviewer
Do you know if he is japanese?
NO you dont. so SHUT THE HELL UP!
(also anime is nolonger simply a term for jamanese animation it is now widely considered to be a style of animation)
so i reiterate
.. btw good job guy :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty nice.

i likd it


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Why did you call this anime?

Unless your japanese its not anime.

touched responds:

By this logic, since I am not Amish, I cannot make fudge. Well, I *can* make fudge, but I don't call it "Amish fudge" when I do. I just call it fudge, and I see no need to call it "Amish-style fudge." Fudge is fudge, regardless of who makes it.