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This episode marks the last in the "Alley of the Dolls" series for Dr. Shroud. Viewers ultimately decided the outcome of this adventure at DrShroud.com. Dr. Shroud will appear again in "La Maudite: The Damned". Coming soon!!

Reviews


PentaclemanPentacleman

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 6, 2003

You can VOTE on these things?

I just dropped in on the Dr. Shroud site, and I wish I had found out about Dr. Shroud sooner. When is the next series coming out? I think I'd like to try this voting idea out.

(As for the Attack of the Draculoids, I wonder what would've happened if the voters decided that Dr. Shroud WOULDN'T attack the brain machine. I guess we'll never know....)


robfeldman responds:

Hey there-
I am really glad you liked the site!! The next adventure, "La Maudite", will be out this summer. You will be able to vote with each installment, but only at DrShroud.com. You can see it on Newgrounds, but the voting aspect only takes part on the official site. It's a true vote, as I only work on it once the votes have been cast. Sign up for the mailing list for more updates. As for the big brain, well, we never will know. Heh, heh. ;)


misterthimisterthi

Rated 3 / 5 stars April 30, 2003

bullshit

i wanted to give this thing a 6.5....but it wouldnt let me....this thing got way too korny...what the hell is with the "abrah cadavre"??..that is the most pathetic saying ever...this thing had so much potential....



OrgGladiatorOrgGladiator

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars April 26, 2003

VERY STYLISH!!!!

It reminds me of a old Black and white film....but better. Short but good, creepy, and weird.



JGal21189JGal21189

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 25, 2003

Good

This is as good as this comic could be everyone and saying that it ended too short is just dumb. If the magician and Shroud got into a bigger fight it would be retarded, Shroud would just kick his ass. I don't like however that you brought up vampire techniques and all this stuff randomly, were you stuck thinking of a way to get Shroud to escape or something. It's cool that he is a vampire and all but I think it is strange. By the way, I think you should make some more, this was a great series, not perfect, but very good.



dirtymonkeydirtymonkey

Rated 3 / 5 stars April 22, 2003

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it was well done..but i just didnt like it that much...and the blade movie was derived from a blade comic book which may or may not have been created before Dr. Shroud


robfeldman responds:

Yes- "Blade" was derived from the comic book of the same name. However, in that book he was not a vampire, but a "dhampir", one who has an immunity to vampires. It did come before Dr. Shroud, but not the movie version, which was altered to make it more interesting. If you look at "The Last Man on Earth" with Vincent Price, you will see that this conversation is pointless, as that was the first of its kind. Just goes to show: there are no new ideas. Thanks for the vote. :)