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Stick Figure Irony

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Awesome movie

Nice from a 2001 one! Good job
Hey guys! I'm searching on the reviews of this movie the explanation of this. And i get it!
The title of the book is "How to kill a Stick Figure". Well, the stick figure who read the book is killing himself because he is a stick figure. Okay?

Awesome form

Ok, ok I think i get it - the book was written by Ryan Katam who is the creater of the cartoon thus making his code of practice (finding a stick figure then killing it) making him the killer of the main stick figure. Or something like that...
Anyway awesome animation. I've noticed with your other cartoons you have references to Ren & Stimpy and Sam & Max which I grew up on. I guess that makes us have pretty similar senses of humor - so Keep Making Cartoons lolol

Not bad

Nothing but lol comes to mind, nice one.

COOL

I think I get it now Ryan. First the stickman shooter kills the one that isn't looking. Then I think the book get's its revenge by killing the shooter. Thanks for the Animation.

cool..

you know, i think this is the perfect example of evolution of animation, the quality which is the largly overlooked part in my opionion has constantly gotten more and more clear and impressive. but at the same rate, they all follow a very similar plot theme. it all started with tom and jerry in my opinion even though i'm sure that they were not the first, i dunno. and then there was hundreds throughout the 90's one of my fav's and something this really reminded me of though is Ren & Stimpy. but i think this is all and all really cool.

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4.14 / 5.00

Uploaded
Sep 18, 2001
9:19 PM EDT
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  • Daily 2nd Place September 20, 2001