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EVolution-abduction ep1

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Feb 8, 2011 | 5:52 PM EST

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FRONT PAGE AND DAILY FIRST?? niiiice. thank you, Fulp man!!!

The first official episode of EVolution, a series based on my older video, Beauty is Humanity. This is the follow-up to the prologue, which you can find here /portal/view/533882.

Brian Albertson, an early 21st-century everyman, and Meredith the Beetcropper, a medieval peasant, are abducted by a strange little man from the future for no apparent reason at all other than the fact that he needs company.

WOW, so this was a hassle. the original draft was corrupted in a computer crash, resulting in this newer, more awesome version.

Expect my EVolution game out soon!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pretty damn awesome

I had to start the thing over to sign in, so yeah - any way ... pretty cool. Like it so far. The animations fairly smooth, voices are nice, humor subtle. I do agree with Mr. Sound Guy downstairs in that the sound is a bit high - but I do hope you make a sequel.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

huge setup to a punch line!

I like it!

when will the next episode be churned out?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

as a sound guy.

it was just irritating hearing the audio peak a few times. i should have to turn the volume up rather than down. consider that next time you're mixing down the audio. other than that, i love the show already and can't wait to see what happens next. keep it up.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


nice job man that was pretty good


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great, but could use a little more...

I really like the idea behind this series, it definitely has a lot of potential. The animation is great and it has a very unique an humorous theme.

Having said that, I do think the voice acting could be a little improved.

But like i said, lot's of potential. This series could go pretty far.

Also I think the loading bar needs to be fixed. I can't tell how much progress is made.