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Imp episode 24

rated 4.16 / 5 stars
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Oct 29, 2005 | 5:37 PM EDT
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Yeah, the 24th and for a while last imp episode, since i haven't even started on 25 yet.
Hentaiboy, insane from homewor, decides to use the mad robot ei-ka teo help him, but it only brings disaster. Meanwhile, Luc uses Zody to bring him fortunate wit the magic paperblock



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Awsome roger can't wait for the next episode and Cazin.

RogerregoRRoger responds:

Cazin probably isn't in the next episode yet :s.. its hard to think of ways to write in new characters


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I just started watching the IMP Series...

and man, it is cool!

RogerregoRRoger responds:

okay, glad you like it ^^


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This series rules!

I think I mentioned it before but this series rules!

RogerregoRRoger responds:

thanks :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


its keeping better and better and hey some day you r going 2 be the greatest artist in the newgrounds history jesus spinning in his grave lowl man just lowl :)

RogerregoRRoger responds:

Greatest artist? ^^;
no no, im happy with the fame i already have :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

IMP continues, and Roger Weide still keeps it up

IMP: Episode 24
The IMP series continues, this time about a 'magic drawing block' that Zody has. Meanwhile, H- Boy has troubles at school.

Many flash artists who make series try too hard to push out episode after episode almost weekly, even if it means making some mediocre episodes. Not Roger Weide. He takes his time with each and every creation, and while the graphics aren't much, his movies almost never seem rushed. He has patience, that's key in flash making. If you ever wondered why the next Sonic Movie Madness is taking so long, it's because Weide wants to get it just right so his viewers will be satisfied.

The jokes are almost never seen coming, and are completely unpredictable. While sometimes taking some risks in offensive humor, Weide never steps over the line.

Overall, good work. I look forward to seeing Weide's next movie.

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RogerregoRRoger responds:

Heh, thanks for the compliments, tough i must confess I'm not so perfect as you might say, biggest reason why everything takes so long is because I'm to much of a coward to smack the voice actors on the head and demand the voicelines within a day ^^;
Glad you like my movies so much then, evne taking the horrible graphics for granted, that's something.
thanks for the comment and your trust