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Chronicles of a Demon Ep2

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Jun 19, 2007 | 2:11 PM EDT
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The second episode of my series "Chronicles of a Demon"!

After Darkar pulled out the Hell's blade known as "Inferno", he was granted with a great power, a dangerous mission and a new packet of sugar marshmallow sunshines. Now with the sword and new demonic abilities, Darkar must fight 7 Angel Gods in order to get back the Hell's Stone and keep the balance as always. Of course, after eating something.

This one took me about three weeks and is about 7 minutes long (two more minutes compared to the first one), using 20 frames per second. I got excellent voice actors for this episode such as Sean "Sonicmega" Chiplock, Deven Mack, General Ivan, P3RFECT and of course my best friend Fernando Jasso. I want to give special thanks to Sonicmega because of showing much interest and enthusiasm in this project (really inspiring).

I got a little bit lazy with the script for this episode. I was thinking in creating a 4 minutes episode but thanks to Markus Moisio, a very good writer who is now thinking on a lot of ideas for future episodes, I managed to create a 7 minutes long episode! Actually I keep thinking if it was a good idea. I could have done two different episodes. What the Hell... It's great!

Anyways... Hope you like it guys!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well, well well...

So episode 2 is finally finished. I've actually been waiting for this one. It's definatly getting better, and that's saying something since the first one was pretty good to begin with. Now, onto the review!

Graphics [4.0] - Fairly simple and not overly complex. Still some work needed and I guess a bit more time could have been spent on details, but it doesn't really detract from the flash at all.

Style [5.0] - I like it. 'Nuff said.

Sound [4.0] - Voice acting was good, just like the last episode. Sound qualiy was better in this one. One thing that bugged me was the demon's voice. I guess it could have been made even lower than it currently is. Just a bit more. And maybe record all the lines twice for the demon and overlap them. Those are just suggestions.

Violence [1.0] - Setting fire to 'Zurwhore' takes the cake.

Interactivity [0.0] - It's a movie. You watch it.

Humor [4.5] - I thought the first one had more humorous moments (here fishy fishy fishy...), but this one had some good jokes. I guess this episode focused more on the storyline and didn't take as many random interludes as the last one. Still, pretty good jokes.

Overall, I think this is a series I will continue to keep my eye on and follow. I definatly am interested into seeing how the next episode will turn out. Keep me posted.


Darkar responds:

Hey! Thank you very much for this detailed review!


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Not as good

The last one was way better than this it took more time with the intro than the whole story i agree with the last dude it was kinda overrated i was looking forward to the next one but now im not so sure anyway keep it up i guess.....

Darkar responds:

Thank you... I guess.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


Not nearly as good as the score or the reviews say. Sorry, just the way I see it. The art's very simple, rushed and undetailed, so you would think, "Oh, well it must be well animated or have a lot of frame-by-frame." but you'd be wrong. Some guy and his friend go to hell, become demons and they discuss it for what felt like ten minutes and just when you think something interesting is about to happen, bam, 'to be continued'. I've seen better. I couldn't watch it all the way through the first time it was so boring, I predicted it would get around 2.9-ish at that point, but I was wrong. As for the "humor", I laughed at no stage of this movie. As for the art, when the guy became a devil, his ear looked like a lump on his forehead with rings hanging from it. Style, there wasn't any, nothing to se it apart from the rest. Sound was okay, but the voices were boring and generic as hell. No violence, no interactivity but I guess they weren't needed. I don't wanna sound like I'm picking at you, but I really didn't like it. Maybe I was lost as far as what genre this is supposed to be... I'm all for genre mixing, but there were no traces of comedy, action, drama, suspense, horror or even devoted artistic expression. But the people here seem to love it, so whatever, man. I won't bug you anymore.
Overall Score: D+

Darkar responds:

As long as it is a good and well-based review it's perfect for me. Trust me, I'll keep in mind what you're saying. Thank you!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

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Darkar responds:

Thank you! :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

LOL (maybe not) *aww who cares*


Darkar responds:

Thank you! :D