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Madness Combat 6.5

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Apr 3, 2010 | 3:38 PM EDT
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9,542 frames.

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markhaminatormarkhaminator

Rated 5 / 5 stars

mint

this is awesome as is all the madness series but
where are the simplier times where you kill just to dance to the chicken song?


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xahairylegxxahairylegx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Dam

Madness just keeps on rolling. I need not explain.



LazySuperManLazySuperMan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

and that is the origin of SanfordĀ“s face

Sanford were never the same once he put on those glasses...
haha excellent work man!


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xHadrielxHadriel

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Stylishly Done

I find this new installment of the Madness Series to be the most stylish of them all. The sudden bouts of slow motion coupled with those snippets of data are just awesome, and the room sizes are really unique, from just going left to right to entering large rooms, climbing ladders and even a helicopter. Still, what struck me the most was how you paid utmost attention to even the unimportant parts, both in design and animation, so that I found this flash incredibly detailed and even funny at the same time due to the interaction between Sanford and Deimos. Also, thumbs up for the really nice linkage between Jebus' head, his body and the Auditor. It really cleared up the situation.

Once again, a brilliant flash, most probably my favorite of the series.


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OMFGitsAaronOMFGitsAaron

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Am I the only one thinks this?

I noticed that the ".5" episodes seem to have a slower paced fighting style than the ones with Hank, even the music seems a bit more calm. Personally, I actually like that the episodes with Sanford and Deismos seem to have a different "style" than the ones with Hank, it sort of compliments each other when you watch episodes 5, 5.5, 6, and 6.5 in order. =P


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