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This cartoon was adapted from a short comic strip I did about ten years ago in which the protagonist suffered much less bodily harm than in the current animated version. This cartoon is actually the third incarnation as there was a previous cartoon version which I abandoned a couple years ago due to the fact that it kinda sucked.

Hopefully you'll enjoy this one though. It's extremely violent so it should appeal to everyone.

Feel free to tell me what you think, unless of course its just some inane comment like "I think the guy's voice sounds retarded," or some silly crap about "glorifying violence," because this cartoon is very goofy and has no bearing on reality whatsoever and if, for some reason, it still causes you to start foaming at the mouth in rage, then you're much more screwed up than I am.


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This is awesome, humorous, and dark! I love it!

Well that HALF fills my craving my fill of gore, but i have toy cars IN MY HOUSE!!!! HEL---

It is violent

When I first saw the title, I assumed it was going to be something dark. I really don't know why, but as I watched it I thought it was pretty light in tone. It runs out I was right the first time. What's really cool about this cartoon is the animation. You really seemed to be animating some of the classic Tex Avery cartoons in this. You just happened to combine the realistic gore of Itchy And Stratchy. I never would have thought this would end with a guy's severed arm popping out of his mouth.

He kind of reminds me of the character Egghead from "Looney Tunes". Another funny thing was how he did not notice at first that he lost his freaking arm! It's a wonderfully dark thing and you have no idea where it's going to turn. I like how it takes place in this featureless, vast landscape. The music is also good and suits it well.


Proof positive


I think I have a new phobia now, thanks!

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4.36 / 5.00

May 25, 2006
4:48 PM EDT