Villainy - Episode 1

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Although I didn't start this particular episode until July 2011, this series has been in production in one form or another since December 2007. The fact that the vision is finally being realized is quite a tear-jerking experience for me.

This is also the first time that I took charge and made literally everything in this movie myself. Art, animation, music, most of the voices, etc.

Thanks to Jeffrey Skiff, the co-creator, who's been right there with me keeping this concept alive since we came up with it one night working the graveyard shift at Dunkin Donuts.

And thanks to Tom Fulp for helping me finish putting the file together. There's a new challenge ever time I upload a new flash, what can I tell ya.


Oh nooo!! It ended! Why did it end?? D:

I don't know where to begin from saying how much I loved this animation.
The voices were really good (and it's a bit rare as I've noticed in most animations :P), the animation itself was perfect (the movement, the facial expressions, every single thing), the artwork was great and the heroes (..more like villains :P) have their own strong personality, way of talking etc... What I wanna say is that the characters are well developed and damn! You got me really curious about their powers. xD
Also, I laughed veeeery hard at the 'Mail' and 'Femail' thing you did there. ;)

Well done, well done, and I hope for moooore~ :D


great episode, the chronomantor is awesome, the music was just a wee bit too loud however, it stopped me from hearing the nerd in the beginning.


Some good character building potential here.

Fantastic and Creative

Between the wicked Comedy, the great designs, awesome and unique powers, and the great build up you did with the police interrogation vids posted prior, i must say you have quite the titan/powerhouse of a series on your hands here.

Even though this is the first episode, I gotta say I'm already a big fan of the Chronomantor!

This is seriously a wicked funny series, and I am eagerly awaiting more episodes.


Not a word I throw around often, especially here. Yet between great physical comedy, fun and expressive characters, and a vibrant style in art and audio there is not a thing I can think of to have made this any better. Can't wait to see more of your work, and I hope that the rest of your cast is as enjoyable to watch as the first two leads.

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4.38 / 5.00

Oct 3, 2011
11:28 AM EDT
Comedy - Original
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