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Sealed History (Part 1B)

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Dec 21, 2008 | 7:16 AM EST

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Suzuki Tsunami and the Scarlet Steels - Sealed History (Part 1 Chapter 2)

After weeks of waiting following the release of the first part of this first pilot episode, the second climatic half, has finally arrived! Chapter 2 introduces a pivotal character of this story arc: Ikuko, a Japanese goddess with the fox mask who would become the adoptive mother of Suzuki Tsunami. Also, witness the very first emotional origins of one of the title characters: the mysterious cybernetic semi-deity who will change the path of the universe forever.

After millenniums of endless wars, the Dark Gods finally gained the upper hand and were about to destroy the remaining remnants of the Gods of Light when all of the sudden, golden rays of hope showered upon them, turning the tide of the expected outcome.


Animated, Written and Directed by Glen B.Wang

Additional Screenplay and Original Characters by Anthony 'A-Log' LoGatto

Music by Selcuk 'MaestroRage' Bor

Featuring the voice of Mike Pollock (Sonic X) as The Narrator

And introducing Erin 'Overshadowed' Tenelle as The Mysterious Singer

Based on ideas and characters by Glen B.Wang, Anthony 'A-Log' LoGatto and the Santos Brothers

2008 (C) Glen B.Wang/A-Log/Santos Bros.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

it reminds me something...

you would deserve the first place today,but you did not win!Try again and again until it be successful!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


that was some of the best animation ive seen in a long time! the story is a bit too deep for me though


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This was cool! You're really good. Now I can't bother to make a nice review mentioning the flaws but this was very cool!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

you get 10 stars...

Yes, it DID remind me of Samurai Jack too... but you did so many innovative things with it, I was blown away... I didn't necessarily dig the story.. and some of the editing was a bit confusing... but the characters, animation, the overall look of the project.. ESPECIALLY the "old" grainy film quality and the cool bits ( like the sword slicing through guys, the "shattering" characters.. and man, the eyeball transition between the ultimate goddess and the bad guy... seamless and perfect.. very cool!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Something seen, yet still new.

Your art reminded me of Craig McCracken's, and especially the style of the Samurai Jack series, except having bits of your own style. And I like how you managed to turn the movie's look into more "cartoonish". This deserve higher rating in my opinion. And you should use more colors.

Still 5/10 in my book, great work, keep it up :D

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