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Stainville Episode 1

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Warning: Tasteless humor ahead!!!

**EDIT 7/1/ - Join us on Facebook!: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Stainville/244833365534078?sk=wall

**EDIT 6/29 - Front page! Thank you guys so much for your votes! Also, I realize that the replay button is wacky. I'll fix that.

Despite various technical difficulties and other setbacks, I give to you my first full-length animation. This wouldn't've been possible without the help and support of close friends. I give credit to them for keeping me interested in making this as well as being a part of the overall result. Enjoy.

P.S. Kind of a Leo and Satan fan... can you find the easter egg?

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dafuq did I just watch

I finally figured out the easter egg, it's the algebra number that's on the board why didn't I see that lol

* if eric and dylan were animators*

It's been about 8 years since this came out, but I still love watching it just as much as I did back in 2011.

This video is proof that the piss-stained humour Newgrounds is known about isn't just blatantly stupid (okay, mayble just a little) and that you don't need to make something politically correct for it to be enjoyable.

This piece of random, raunchy, obscene yet funny, interesting and sometimes even painfully accurate media just has it all: you like violence? Got 'ya. Two high school kids fucking with a teacher on the verge of a mental breakdown? Check. A principal shooting cum out of his cockhead whilst a massive fucking plane battle erupts in the canteen? Bingo.

My point is, no matter how stupid this is, it still makes me laugh. Entertainment on other platforms like Facebook and Youtube has only gotten worse over time, but luckily Newgrounds exists for these type of no-nonsense, to the point, piss-stained humour that never fails to deliver.

I know you pretty much stopped making new flash cartoons from 2015 onwards, but I'm at least glad you made Stainville happen.

"Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened."


Alpha-Nuva responds:

Thx boyo!

I recently referenced this submission to a young animator just starting out. Why? To show what one man can accomplish, given time, tenacity, and the skill of being objective about your work.

This is the author's first episode of his Magnum Opus, a showcase for presenting the best story he can, and... he did, and Alpha-Nuva's only gotten better over time. All elements of production are cranked to 11 in sophistication and style, something young animators are afraid to do.

To the artist: thanks for going balls out on this one, it's a pleasure to see outrageous done so well

Alpha-Nuva responds:

I've been talking with some friends in the past few days about the direction and future of my work, Stainville being a main topic of focus.. I'm at a crossroads whether I'm deciding to stick with the series any longer. Stainville is something that a lot of people close to me feel that, while it was initially fun to make and watch and still holds a place in my heart, is becoming a very played-out idea, evidenced by the lackluster performance of Episode 4. Whatever the outcome, it's nice to know that people still enjoy watching it and it could potentially serve as inspiration for others' work. Thank you for your words.

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4.55 / 5.00

Jun 28, 2011
8:33 PM EDT