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V for Vendetta: Vigilante

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Feb 28, 2006 | 3:36 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place March 1, 2006

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Author Comments

No movie spoilers. This flash short animation is an independent story based on the character created by Alan Moore and Dave Lloyd. Shut the door, turn off the lights and wear headphones. Enjoy. Answers to questions:
-First line is a code between both men to assure they are who they are looking for.
-The smile in the end simbolizes the transformation of Nigel into a V, so it means Nigel defends the same cause and is prepared to criticize a government with anrachy perhaps (?).
-The explotion sound exists, but it is low, like of a nuclear explotion far away, so that its not annoying and its more symbolica and also is long, thats why I recommend headphones.
-Thanx everyone for your comments.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

What a funny coincidence! I just happened to read the rest of the "V For Vendetta" comic book. Yes, I have seen the movie version as well. I liked most of this. It's just that the animation wasn't that good. The lines were kind of bad.

It was still nice to see this environment. I'm glad I read the author comments. This was more like the comic than the movie. Yeah, Alan Moore isn't fond of any movie adaptations. This was perfectly passable.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Remember, remember, the Fifth of November: the gunpowder treason and plot. I know of no reason why the gunpowder treason should ever be forgot


Rated 2 / 5 stars

NAHHHh... sorry!

well... man its not your fault but if not even the directors of the movie V for Vendetta could make a movie that pleased Alan Moore, well I believe its impossible, be for you to do it in five minutes, but well at least the graphics were cool, but doesn't really reflect all what this is about, its like if I tried to resume Watchmen, when it is an awesomely complex novel that to be understandable needs to be read from the very beginning to the complete end.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


very nice, V sounded kick A## and the art was very sleek and cool and nice.
Again, V was bad A##, but if you're gonna do another one about V-
please includet he daggers.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

"Food rationing" is for soldiers and castaways.

Very, very nice. 10 even if it's short; I only wish there were more.

It's true about the voice-acting, though. But, I assume you were working with what you've got, not too much to be done about that.

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