The Fear Hole: Episode 4

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The first episode where I've employed anyone else to do a guest-monster (the same guy who does Webster does the insectoid-avian "Zolg"), and the episode I'm most satisfied with thus far. Much faster-paced and more layered than the last three.

I actually started this episode immediately after episode two, got about a minute in... and procrastinated for a year. Mid-way through the dry spell I created the "black slug" episode, but otherwise just couldn't muster the will to work in Flash.

Fortunately, this gave me time to evolve for a while before tackling the rest of it. It's my big tribute to H.P. Lovecraft, and I hope I've done that in a way you haven't seen a hundred times before.

Hopefully I'll have my fifth episode done by the end of summer...and the sixth in time for Halloween, but don't hold me to it!



I think this is already my favorite episode of the series! You've really outdone yourself with the tiny, adorable kinda "special", omnipotent seed of destruction that is Lord Blorgulox! Best scene has to be the one where the Bush/Cheney monster comes out of the Pentagon, lawl.

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Scythemantis responds:

Yeah why else would they shape the building that way!?


HAH HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!! This shit is the best damn thing since Red Dwarf!!!

Scythemantis responds:

That's a comparison I haven't heard before, thanks!

Fucking sweet!

I actually felt sorry for the little monster thing. But after what he did to his worshipper, I started to laugh like crazy. Well, other than that, it was pretty damn awesome and random.

Love it!!!

...Still wondering where the sound effects are.
Like metal doors closing or people walking or the sound of moving wheels.


Woohoo, yet another amazing episode. Lots of funny stuff in here. Great choice of music, smooth animation, great everything, looks perfect. Keep it up!


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4.19 / 5.00

Mar 27, 2007
11:09 PM EDT
Comedy - Original
  • Daily Feature March 29, 2007