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Diary of a Lone Butterfly

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Jun 3, 2009 | 2:31 PM EDT

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Secret Diary of the Lone Butterfly: Of Child's Dream and Nightmares...

Finally, the first prequel episode to the Tsunami series has arrived! In the first chapter of a probable long list of the Diary episodes, we are introduced to a mysterious character only known as The Lady Scientist, a shy, lonely gal who was, along with her uncle (known as The Machinist), one of the keys to the evolution of future androids. The story takes place a millennia ago when robots (a common term at the time) were nothing more than mere tools for humanity; only one could unlock the door to their progress, survival and salvation. While The Machinist found a way to make them think like humans, The Lady Scientist was eventually the one who would be fondly remembered by her believers throughout the universe: the one who gave them 'hearts'. Many of the themes and clues will be present, obviously and subtly, throughout the main series.

This first part of her long series of 'diary' dreams tells The Lady Scientist's dilemma to unlock the secrets of her late uncle's gift to humanity and destroy what's left of both of their sanity. The Lady Scientist, whose wondrous dream was haunted by recurrent nightmares of her uncle's forbidden ambition and her brutal fate, has no other choice than to survive by forcing herself to lead a new civilization to light.

Animated & Directed by Glen B.Wang

Story by Glen B.Wang

Screenplay by Kieran Squires and Glen B.Wang

Music composed by Selcuk 'Maestrorage' Bor

Featuring the voice of Erin 'Overshadowed' Tenelle as The Lady Scientist

Based on ideas and characters by Glen B.Wang, Anthony 'A-Log' LoGatto and the Santos Brothers
2009 (C) Glen B.Wang/A-Log/Santos Bros.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Very nice voice acting, the graphics were pretty original and the story pretty good too...


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


's looking pretteh gooda!
youve a really nice storey and plot thingie going on hnyah and you artwork and style support it vereh niceleh :D

althoughs im afraid the voice quality seemed to spoil it a little. maybe you need to get the voice actor to lean a bit further back from the microphone and then digitally up the volume to compensate. im not a techno geek but it seems the obvious choice, or get a better mic :D

other wise very good! great effort but again the voice stopped it from full marks.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

A Poem

My death overtake you,
Before the coming of the fog,
As it sweeps along the ground,
Rolling and churning,
Creeping ever closer
To you.

May death overtake you,
Before a world without end,
A life with seldom chance
To be recognized.

May death overtake you,
Without remorse
Or reverence,
Finding solace in the
Fact, that life may not go on.

May death over take you.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great great gReAt

It is really great, your use of sound effects and voice is commendable, as well as your art style is fucking amazing, but i had a bit of a problem with the flash back sequence, as I started to lose interest in it as it drew on. I understand the importance of everything shown and all, and unfortunately cannot offer a solution, but I did nevertheless begin to bore me :( But yes other than that it looks to be an exciting series I look forward to with a powerful story with philosophical backdrops (and those are my favourite kind ^_^) anyway great job look forward to moar :D

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

its interesting

i liked it, it was dark,