Abysmal Adventures #1

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Ah, after a month of work, four month hiatus, and half a month of finishing up, it's arrived. The first installment of ABYSMAL ADVENTURES.

EDIT: damn, I always thought it'd be cool if this were frontpage'd, but never thought it'd happen because, well, yknow- it's not exactly "GOLD, JERRY!" So big thanks to voice actor Mick Lauer for bringing this to Tom's attention and giving it a spot to be enjoyed, even if it gets pulled down after a day or something.

EDIT2: Dude, I just watched it for the first time since I finished it and realized I misspelled RicePirate. Name changed! (But that's all that's new, the slow pace is still there unfortunately!)

EDIT3 (11/28/16): Boof, been a while. Where'd all this body hair come from? If anyone somehow finds/revisits this, I was informed it'd be best for Newgrounds for me to swap out the copyrighted music due to potential legality shenanigans (SURPRISE). With the original audio files currently lost, there are rough patches in the VO during the musical scenes, but some lines have been outright re-recorded while the SFX in those scenes have been mostly replaced. All has been given tape distortion to match the original crappy audio for maximum phoniness.

The original unscrupulous version is still available on YouTube here for those interested/nostalgic for ancient, obscure internet animation:


pretty funny

reminded me of invader zim for some reason. looking forward to more.

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It looks like he likes to eat cigarettes! XD

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Concept, voice and sound effects

10, 7 and 7 respectively. overall execution is 8/10.

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Brilliant piece fo film right there :p really enjoyed it and it kept me interested. The only criticism i have is that certain parts are left too long without any progression or action, for example, the part where he is standing on the tracks and the train is steadily getting closer, is left for too long, and makes it too predictable (not to be rude :P) just some faster movement of the story would make it a definite ten!

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A Fair Start

It's obvious you put some work into this flash. The concept and story are fairly well thought out, but the pacing, animation, sound effects and voice quality all need some work. Keep at it; with a little polish I'm sure the could be a classic NG series.

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Credits & Info

4.14 / 5.00

Jan 23, 2011
2:19 PM EST
Comedy - Original