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Dr. Shroud in: La Maudite

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This episode marks the first in a three-part series of Dr. Shroud in: "La Maudite: The Damned". It is the most animated of Dr. Shroud episodes yet and features Doc taking on some pretty strange stuff. If you liked "Alley of the Dolls", then you're in for a nice ride. At DrShroud.com, you can vote what happens next!!

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...Weird

The last review was right, it was a little weird when he moved, it looks like his eyes are always closed and it looks like he is a hump back.



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OH MY GOD, IT'S MICHAEL JACKSON!
No, no, I jest. You did a better job with the graphics, but lost some of that retro goodness. Nice touch with the green outfit though; very old school.



Not as good looking as the last series.

This one looks like it would be a great series, but the pacing was so slow in this that it was tedious to watch... Don't get me wrong, I am a fan of good suspense... but it seemed pretty pointless to do it this much in this one. Also, a lot of problems with reality in this one... why would the reception person at the hotel remove his wig just after Dr. Shroud leaves him... why would Dr. Shroud meet this guy on such an important day? Too many coinincidences, but still a quality piece.



Great style

That was some exceptional art work, people were right the story was missing something. Maybe we'll see it next episode. Good Job


robfeldman responds:

Keep in mind that this is part ONE of a THREE PART series. It is meant to set up the other two episodes. Thanks for the comments.


What would Dr. Shroud Do Next?

Hey amigo! I saw "Alley of the Dolls" And was wondering when you were going to do more, I really enjoyed it. I'm glad to get to actually participate in the voting for what he does next, since I was alittle late for "Alley of the Dolls". More Dr. Shroud! Yay!


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