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Jan 24, 2010 | 7:45 PM EST

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Author Comments

Purely a personal project about internet jokes making their way into my life at inappropriate times. The character (Reynold Dunbar) is based off of a couple of kids from our school. If you're somehow offended by this, you might be a part of the problem.

Long story short, if you're using over 9000 in real life nobody knows what you are talking about and you look like a dick in front of everyone.

Animated by Brandon Denney
Joust logo by Ivan Betancourt
Vocal Talents by Sean Drennen
Reynold's Theme by Jonathan Pfahl

^Collectively known as Joust Animations. See credits for more information.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Damn Aliens...

steriotyping us thinking we're all morons...


Rated 3 / 5 stars


I don't see the 'message' in all of this.
Yeah, I get it, Internet 'memes' are fucking annoying. Real life /b/tards are really annoying.


Ying-yong responds:

...That's the message!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


it was okay. i chuckled a little, but it didnt make sense, since he went from outside to all over the place.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

That wasn't...

Funny, clever, entertaining, coherent, and enjoyable. I just didn't understand what was going on. Did his computer lie to him? Is he a xenophile? Before any of this could be explained, the alien blew stuff up. The alien design was pretty ugly too, looked like a moth pokemon thing with eye lasers because the stereotype of all aliens is that they evolved into mega killing machines with beams the temperature of the sun shooting from their eyeballs.

Although I absolutely understand how annoying those kind of people get.

Ying-yong responds:



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Noble Cause...

But extremely poor execution. I definitely like the IDEA of an alien deciding humanity is worthy of destruction purely based on an interaction with a meme-obsessed waste of skin, but the writing was so spastic and the presentation was so all over the place I just couldn't get into it. The animation wasn't great, but that's never stood in the way of genuine humor and good pacing. The humor was ALMOST genuine, but the pacing really needs some work. Also that scene at the beginning didn't really go anywhere and didn't add anything to the story. I'd suggest going back to the drawing board on this one and trying to tighten the screws - it'll be worth it. It is also worth noting that nothing pisses off the people who start memes more than the people who then go and use them over and over again outside of the internet without context. These people are to nerds what nerds are to normal people.

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Ying-yong responds:

Thank you for the suggestions.