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Thamesis - Episode 4

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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?

Episode 4

Meet The Lion. Ex-Defender of the Realm and once Albion's greatest hero. The secrets of his past spell trouble for the future of Thamesis.

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Lion reminded me of Marv from "Sin City". I guess it's just the head structure. Then again, this whole cartoon reminded me of Sin City. I am glad to pay enough attention to know the characters' names. It's still hard to follow from the previous episodes. This was definitely good.

There's just a lot going on, but never too much. The pacing is great. I like all the fine details put in the drawings. The style is just really nice. I think you're doing better with the length as well.

I wish there was dialogue

as in the characters will talk 4 u instead of u having to read but other than that AWESOME!!!!

One of the greatest unique series you'll ever see

Good sound, good style and its different, something not many people can pull off

good episode

No fault in this series.

interesting once again

I have one question though. What inspired u do make something like this, because it's really interesting.

Thamesis responds:

the diverse mythologies of Britain was just one of things among many that inspired us. History can be cool!

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3.91 / 5.00

Oct 3, 2007
10:03 AM EDT