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Everything MustGo Madness

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Happy Madness Day all.

A little late and some of the sketches had to be just a little rushed but I was able to pack everything in. I hope you all enjoy this as much as I did to animate it.

Roughly about 7000 frames.

Enjoy!

*Edit*

Thanks for the Daily Award everyone!

A few people have asked what the song is. Its "Everything Must Go" by Taking Back Sunday.

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sooo sad and cool in the same time



It was sad at the end ): , but i'd enjoyed it


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it is so sad at the ending but it was good


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i cant understand why did you make alditor kill hank



One of the deepest, if not, THE most influential Madness Combat animation on Newgrounds. I think this is what people are looking for when they say Madness Combat needs more uniqueness than just violence.

The main thing I absolutely loved here was the overall message you conveyed. It took me a few times and a week or so to finally get who the characters were and what's really going on, but I really enjoyed the fact that you focused on morality rather than just carnage.

Of course, the only thing I disliked was merely the quality of the animation. It would've been nice if you used that quality for during the flashbacks to show hazy memories, whereas in the present battle you could've pimped it up a bit. Nonetheless though, that only takes off .5 of a star.

I have to thank you for this masterpiece neeko. This was one of the main reasons I started writing Madness Combat fanfics; along with Pegosho's animation. I wanted to focus on what you were focusing here, where there's more behind the madness that meets the eye.

Good stuff man, good stuff.

~Spirit


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neeko responds:

Thanks man. I'm glad you like it. And keep writing, we have to do what we love right?

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Sep 23, 2010
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  • Daily Feature September 24, 2010