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Thamesis - Episode 1

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Sep 7, 2007 | 1:34 PM EDT

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  • Thamesis
    Thamesis Welcome to the city of Thamesis, capital to a kingdom divided....

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This is our first creative submission to New Grounds.

It's Episode 1 of a new digital graphic novel / digi-comic The City Of Thamesis.

Please feel free to comment or visit our hub site at and let us know what you think there.

Here is a short intro to the story of Thamesis:

Welcome to the city of Thamesis, capital to a kingdom divided....
Once the seat of power for an ancient, all-powerful monarchy, much of Thamesis is now run by the influential Britomart Corporation who use their seductive psychic technology to exert control.
It has become a city of torn loyalties as its inhabitants choose between life as a subject of the Crown or a Citizen of the Britomart.

Meanwhile down in the inner city streets, beyond the reach of either power, dangerous outlaws have successfully hacked Britomart's technology for their own gain, boosting its power exponentially. Some use it only to escape their daily grind while others maliciously spread terror on the streets.
As the city plunges towards civil war, can anyone bring order to the streets of Thamesis?

Discover how an ambitious young king (Jonathan of the Rose), a scarred ex-war hero a beautiful psychic (The Lion & The Unicorn), and a teenage scoundrel (The K.I.D.) find themselves caught up in the struggle for control of the city.

The story is only just beginning....

Thanks for watching

Ash Pure



Rated 4 / 5 stars

keep it up

i think its awsome how its kind of like a comic
this would have a good potential
i hope to see more of u


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Interesting concept

I must admit, that at first i was a bit thrown off by how static everything was. But actually, you pulled it off very well. Little motion and minimalistic sound. Dynamic nonetheless though. An interesting way of telling the story. Keep it up.

One thing though... some parts looked somewhat too realistic (as in, it didn't look like a drawing). They didn't really fit in and ruined the overall appearance a bit.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

nice work

very nice work i like it


Rated 4 / 5 stars


The style is very different and look forward to your next submission


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Well, it would have been better if it weren't pictures like another reviewer said... but you should still get credit.
By the way, the way the music matched was awesome. Where is everyone getting these music programs?!