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H&S: Spring Break

rated 3.29 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Mar 25, 2004 | 10:53 PM EST

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Hammer & Sickle is a series of short, simple, sometimes humorous, sometimes topical animations that are released weekly; to keep viewers coming back to my site,, until longer episodes can be released.

New episodes of Hammer and Sickle are released EVERY FRIDAY at!

Taken out of context, the idea of a talking Hammer and Sickle with awful British accents could be confusing, so I urge everyone to check out my site for the full backstory.

I'm just trying to drum up a little support for the site here, so I probably won't release all H & S episodes on NewGrounds, so if you like any of the ones you see, please come back every Friday to for a new episode!



Rated 2 / 5 stars

Needs work.

The idea of a hammer and a sickle standing around talking isn't very funny. The drawings were good, but it needs more animation and a better background. It needs to be longer too.

You should use you drawing skills to make some human characters that can be more animated.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


I got the ounchline, and i think it could have been funnier, but i feel as though the joke ended too soon...before it had the chance to make anybody laugh. But the idea of it made me smile a bit. Good animation though.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Missed the punchline

I didn't really understand the whole joke, maybe I'm just dumb.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


i feel like i missed something there...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

"I say, dear man... what on earth is this?"

The humor's good. Ignore Caprarioreed25; he's a fucking moron who can't take a joke. This movie does quite a bit to make one laugh. The surreal idea of a talking hammer and sickle (with mustaches, no less! And in British accents!) is worthy of a chuckle on its own. Combine it with witty writing and topical situations and you have something worth viewing. I give it a ten.