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This animation contains no stick figures. There is no thrilling combat action. There are no anime girls in tight clothes. You cannot dress, nor undress anyone here. You will not see any skateboards, shit jokes, or parodies of All Your Base and the Matrix. ...and I almost forgot. This movie has noting to do with clocks or the staff of NG.com.

This is for you, the viewers, to be introduced to the main character, Dr. Amichi VanDragen, before he becomes the focus of a long running series... there are some things that are going to be left unsaid... some things that you may be wondering about have already been explained in earlier reviews.
Thanks for voting everyone, and especially thanks to those who reviewed it!

**note** Older computers may have lag-it's best to watch this in low or medium quality if you have problems.

If you like it, visit http://www.rolandscavern
.com. One day one of your characters or storylines could be in an upcoming animation.


ah man...

That's too good...
too good!

People find this review helpful!

Great work!

Very nicely done!
Great animation!

Wow Great piece of work!!

This movie might of been sad but I might have to say so far its the best i've seen!! Keep it up!!


ive never seen such good flash animation, (besides "remember Macross"). very cool. its contrast with all the comedy on NG, it makes the funny stuff funnier and the comedy makes serious movies more serious. Overall, its 5 material. ALL VOTE 5!

ZellsBells responds:

WooT! all yhour 5 are belong to me! *LOL*

Thanks a lot!

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Wonderful artwork. Music fits the story flawlessly. Very touching.

ZellsBells responds:

Thanks on all comments! ^_^

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Credits & Info

3.86 / 5.00

Feb 15, 2002
1:19 AM EST
  • Daily Feature February 16, 2002