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Eddy Apple

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A cautionary tale set in the murky underworld of circus folk and candy coated fruit. (3 mins 56 secs long)

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The whole thing had me going "WTF?!", especialy the ending. That said, I still liked it!


It sucked. a guy, in a circus, ends up in a room, and his head is cut off (with giant, lame, scizzors) and his blood is used to dye green apples red. waht the fug was the point of that? the whole thing sucked. who makes a peice of crap like that, and waht kinda moron gives this a 10?

cocklesby responds:

Um, your favourite bands are green day and linkin park, and your favourite movie is scary movie 3, which all adds up to imply that you are either retarded or have just been born some time in the last fortnight. Which is it?

Cool beginning music!

Animation was really smooth and great!
Graphics are cool and sounds are great!
The animations you did with the toffee apple woman's eye were cool!
The scizzors cutting the face were awesome!
Wow.. so this is how you make the toffee apples :O XD Great story!
I fmay i ask, on how many fps did you use? its really a great animation! -thx!

Simply Amazing.

This was an amazing flash, The artist clearly thought and planned out how this was all going to work, everything was done perfectly. This Flash is wourthy of being on Tv in one of those Freaky Stories Episodes or Tales from the Crypt Cartoon.

Circus, eh?

Anyway, no offense, but...this flash has a meaning, or just apples are red...ok, enough. Try next time focusing on something else, like...maybe cherries...No, get some better idea and deal with the sence and i really think you can get a better job...see ya

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3.81 / 5.00

Apr 19, 2002
5:29 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature April 20, 2002