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CornerStories: Chapter One

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Dec 15, 2016 | 9:38 PM EST

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CornerStories, Chapter One: "The Big City"

This is the start of a new animated series I am making, called CornerStories. Basically, it details the adventures of various characters who are living in the city of CornerStone. This first episode may seem rather straightforward, but I have plans to branch the story out into many odd and unexpected directions. In any case, I hope you all enjoy this first chapter. One more thing to note, if you are not aware, this is a direct tie-in (meaning it takes place in the same Universe) to the comics you can find over on my website at
www.redmancomics.com !

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thepixelizerthepixelizer

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

HA Ha Ha! You're animation shortcuts are hilarious! Although the story could of been better, it's missing a goal, an antagonist, and conflict, but on the bright side at least your characters are likable, (and that's one of the most important parts to any story) I'd like to see more Mr.Blah. Hope fully you'll make a sequel.


RedmanComics responds:

Thanks man, I really appreciate how specific you are about what you liked and didn't like. I'm aware the story was decidedly weak, I plan on being more elaborate in future episodes (which I am going to make, so yup there's gonna be a sequel). But yeah, thanks for your thoughts.


K00lKyleK00lKyle

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

You have gotten so much better, (and I thought you were good to begin with) holy cow was this cool! One thing I would say is that some parts felt a bit slow, and this honestly just feels like exposition now that I've seen the full thing. That's fine though, because I can't wait to see where you take this next, the world seems hilarious.


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RedmanComics responds:

Thanks a lot, dude! I like to think I've gotten better over the years, but it definitely makes more of an impact to me if someone points it out. Thanks again for lending your voice, I think you did a great job and it really added to the overall animation. I see what you mean when you say some parts feel slow, I'm going to try to pick it up a bit more in the second episode. But yeah, thanks!