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Ajin: The Bodies

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Jun 17, 2015 | 4:12 AM EDT

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The story so Far, with some unseen bits: Brothers, Ag and Shuurp, are kidnapped by a skeleton (Wensin) and taken through a portal to Ajin. Unable to carry both brothers at once, Wensin brings only Shuurp to a goblin witch (Lucy) who had promised him a cure for his crispiness. She transfers some of Shuurp's skin onto Bony Wensin in exchange for some of Shuurp's tasty intestines (her newly formed parasitic growth's favorite food). However, she won't finalize the procedure until she gets some of the other brother's guts as well. Wensin goes back to get them while Lucy, badly affected by her growth, rips her friend's heart out.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

I never have a clue what's going on story-wise, and I love every second of it. Keep up the good work.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

How dafuq is he gonna survive with his intestines chopped up?

Intestinal torture really gets to me. I think I'm gonna faint.

noiserover responds:

I know what you're saying. just the fact that we have intestines makes me sick. I guess it's supposed to be really extra painful to have your intestines messed with.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

The body movement is very clearly rotoscoped - which isn't a bad thing - except when compared to the shots during dialogue where you have talking statues (the only movement at all is the mouth). I'm also wondering what original footage you used for the rotoscoping as I don't see any references.

The dialogue and story is very difficult to follow and I'm still left wondering what was going on, and what any of them were even talking about. Couple that with the fact that all animation is done using rotoscoping, and the fact that you've had to explain "unseen" bits, it makes me suspect that this is not your original work.

I hope I am wrong.

noiserover responds:

Not to worry, this is my original work(:


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The style and animation and VA are all up to par, but the script left a bit to be desired.

That said, you've explained that this is a series but the previous installments and this are too disjointed. Having things happen "unseen" is not something that bodes well for continuity, likewise introducing new characters without any explanation or identification. If these were stand alone pieces the lack of context and familiarity with characters and understanding of situations would be excusable but under the circumstance of a series it's not.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Haha how wonderfully offbeat and macabre! XD
This is the second vid of yours that I've checked out (the first being Ladies of the Night),
and I must say that your style is growing on me.
I'm digging the strange, situational humor, as it definitely has a PDX vibe to it. Well done.
Can't wait to see what you come out with next!

noiserover responds:

Thanks! I'm working on the third F & P installment right now, hopefully it doesn't take too long. I might put some of my older cartoons up here.