Skitzo-"Puppy Love"

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A piece of historical Skitzo animation! All copies of this particular cartoon "Puppy Love" was believed to be burned only days after its release to theaters in 1918. And because of this, a full version has never been found. Reports from old newspapers claimed this cartoon when watched in its full form, took over the souls of its watchers and led them to mass-murder, senseless rambling, and finally suicide by ripping their genitals off and bleeding to death. But luckily, animation archeologists uncovered a tiny scrap of this lost Skitzo cartoon on a decaying nitrate film buried and hidden away in the bunker of a dead satanic worshipper in Florida. ENJOY!

*On a side note yes I'm aware this is an old flash from last year, but I never posted it to NG...so now I am!

2nd edit!: Wow thanks a lot for the front page, I appreciate it!!

Skitzo the bear (c) Crystal Gonzalez
Music credits: "Waltz of Treachery" By Kevin MacLeod



Comick responds:

more is coming! :)

No! Bad dog!

Comick responds:

He just wanted a little bite!

who the hell made this cartoon? and is it a 1920's cartoon?
good though, keep it up!! :D

In the realm of disturbing, this is outstanding. Not gory, not violent, but instead a suggestive - highly suggestive - ending with a character that makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. Well done, sir.

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Comick responds:

Ah thanks for the kind words! I'm glad to hear the visuals and sounds worked well in creating a sense of unease! :D I appreciate that a lot!

Maybe I'm imagining things, but it sounds an awful lot like it says "She's dead" in the static near the end. Or maybe that's just the cartoon speaking to me after watching it a couple of times.

Creepier than the last one, pal. Keep it (the dog) up!

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Comick responds:

huh thats cool, I guess it kind of does!! :D

also thanks man! more animations coming soon!

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4.09 / 5.00

Nov 26, 2012
3:11 AM EST