Skitzo-The Giving Season

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A rare Skitzo short from 1924! This particular short was released to theaters during one of the worst times: Christmas season! as a result hundreds of children on winter break were exposed to the "The Giving Season" before authorities were able to gather and burn all the copies. Side effects from watching this short its its full form led them to taking sharp pieces of metal and slicing open their own throats then gargling and drowning from the blood as it filled their lungs. This tiny scrap was discovered in a masochist's house under the basement floors wrapped in glittery papers and dried bloody rags. He would not reveal how he came to possess such a rare piece of nitrate lost for more then 80 yrs, but after it was removed by animation archivists, he was later found dead by suicide and a note that said "Have a Merry Holiday and enjoy the show!"

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Skitzo The Bear (c) Crystal Gonzalez
Music Credit: "Parade of the Wooden Soliders"- by Herbet Clair


Hilarious, somewhat creepy, and pretty goddamn good.

Comick responds:

So kind, thanks man! Comments like this really motivate me to get better and make them grow :)

Damn that crazy mickey mouse again....

Comick responds:

Lol Skitzo is a sun bear but thanks man!

O_O.................That was freaken scary...

Comick responds:

Thanks! :D

When I get better at animation, I wanna try to animate something similar to these shorts. This has really inspired me to create "lost" creepy cartoons. Don'y worry, I'm not going to rip this off and create something extremely similar, I'm just going to create my own original creepy ideas.

Comick responds:

Haha sounds good :) we could use some more horror cartoons...The genera is so small and under represented.

This is actualy something unique, great job.

Comick responds:

I appreciate it man!

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4.32 / 5.00

Dec 21, 2013
1:32 AM EST
Comedy - Original
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