Better late than never.
I didn't expect you to post what was left of this, and how did you manage to import those models into flash? Plus, I see where you're coming from on the whole derivative work thing in spite of this being an underused subject.
Graphics: I really like the whole Flash 3D look that this series--along with Gunchest, CI: Unregulated, Evangelion: CGD, and Starlight Odyssey--had over the kind that's commonly seen. However, seeing that this is an animatic, it had none 3D models aside from the intro. You may not be known for draftsmanship (Scenes were inconsistent in quality), but at least it had some bits of animation. Plus, there was some decent use of color. As for that intro, the animation looked reasonably well even though the models were probably done with Poser.
Sound: You did a good job on the music selection, and the sound effects were also done well.
Content: I have no problem with something like this as long as the movie is good. While this may be an animatic, the scenes were well-staged and the story was cohesive. I don't know if anyone has told you this, but you have the eye of a director. Did I mention that the pacing of this was great?
-Decent 3D animation for the intro
-Excellent music selection
-Drawings were inconsistent in quality, but since your not the best draftsman; I won't take off points.
-Not much in terms of animation seeing that this is an animatic of sorts.
-People will accuse you of being a hypocrite considering that this is fan fiction.
Overall: Here's an eight for showing what you had planned. (4/5)
Thanks for the lengthy review :) I wish it would have been on the real thing but a storyboard is all it will ever be.
its been a long time since ive seen a flash attempt a 3d form, even tho theres no voices
yah it's just a storyboard for a movie that will sadly never happened.
Not bad. Would have been great as a video like the first few seconds.
ooooh nooo. I loved this when i first say this on newgrounds and was fearful that this might happen
yeah it's a damn shame :)
Really nice, Evil-Dog. Loved the noir feel even if that was just a consequence of the storyboard format. Thanks for sharing.
My pleasure, a shame it's not coming to life but oh well!