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Joan and Mark

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"The Adventures of Joan and Mark" is the story of a one-armed boy and a one-eyed girl hunting bounties in the old west. Don't bother asking me "Why does this happen?" or "Why does that happen?", all the answers are in the cartoon, there is no deeper meaning.

SONG USED: "White" by Bon Bon Blanco. Kudos to Chris Choy for telling me the name!



Great character, but their wolrd doesn't worl

I think the characters are truly great and in someway original (you dont get to see hero boys with amputated arms) but i think their world is not well developed, its too empty! It doesnt go along with the character design. And in a western flash you can find more things than giant bugs. The first bug is great cuz you never expect it to be so big and thats a good joke!

On the goodside theres some preety well done animation, nice gestures and expressiones. The music fits well but the world needs more workin!


that was awesome you should make a series about them it would be so cool

End-screen is the best.

Strange, bizarre, unusual. I think I liked this author's older work better where the kids were tormenting each other instead of getting along. It's still entertaining though. I personally didn't care much for the content, but it was really well done. The funniest part was the "tightest of whites" end-screen. Very funny.

Whatch this or die!

Very cool drawings. The characters are different, I mean often do you get cripple-heroes!

Can't stand the music though man.

But people, you need to watch, just put it on mute there's no dialouge!

Very nice.


this should be a series

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Credits & Info

4.43 / 5.00

Oct 23, 2005
12:28 AM EDT
Music Video
  • Frontpaged October 24, 2005
  • Daily Feature October 24, 2005
  • Weekly 2nd Place October 26, 2005