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Wonders of the Universe 3

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Jun 20, 2012 | 1:38 PM EDT
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The Wonders of the Universe is ready to launch! But as fate would have it, Quintin Quasar gets caught up in a depressed Cleaning Bot's plans to flee the ship. Can they survive the barren world they're stranded on?

Episode 3, 'Shanghai Dune' completes the 3 episode Maiden Voyage arc where we introduce you to the world and characters of 'Wonders of the Universe.' The highlight of this episode is no doubt RUT.2, an eccentric Cleaning Robot who finds a little too much joy in his work.

We all pitched in animation in this one, so you might notice a little bit of a change in animation styles throughout the cartoon. We hope it's not too jarring. Most future episodes will be made with one main animator.

We hope you all enjoy! And you'll be happy to know that Episode 4 is already well into the animation stage of production!

- The Toonwerks Crew


Xander Mobus (Motley-Fool)
Chris Niosi (Kirbopher)
Miranda Gauvin (dellaciel)
Deven Mack (D-Mac-Double)
Edward Bosco (Darkwolf)
Edwyn Tiong (Omahdon)
Chris Boe (BOE)
Mickey "8-Bit Mickey" Paradis


Mark Schneider (th1rt3en)
Joseph Blanchette (Legendary Frog)
Casey McDonald (Xiphon)
Chris Boe (BOE)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is much better than a crazy teen crap that I usually see here


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Subs please!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing job guys! Fantastic!

Toonwerks responds:

Glad you enjoyed it!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Great job!!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It didn't even seem like there were that many characters in this! I am amazed by the fact that every single one of them had a different voice actor! It's stuff like that that makes me realize how professional flash animation can look like. I'm ashamed of myself, I should have recognized Kirbopher's voice. The animation, as always, was completely fantastic. With the huge number of people working on it, it seems like a major Hollywood production!

Too bad no one likes my voice. Anyway, I thought it was pretty interesting how the robot actually went through some character development. The bits with the sand worm were probably the most awesome parts. This really is going to turn into a full fledged series! I'm so glad so many talented people are working on it.