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Lloyd: Episode 3

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Episode 3: Cattibal Holocaust

Lloyd is hired by a professor to find a missing college student deep in the Amazon jungle.


YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Qq9RUuewIg


LLOYD is a series created by Brad "The Cinema Snob" Jones and animated by us here at Toonwerks. We'll be putting up episodes here at later dates but you can find the latest episodes and commentaries on Brad's website: http://www.thecinemasnob.com/lloyd


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Not bad, but not exactly brimming with greatness. It is competent, but it really hasn't hooked my interest, saved for the fact that Cinema Snob is involved. Now that is a name I have not heard in a long time, not since I stopped browsing TGWTG. Curious to see him branch out like this, maybe it will gain him relevance again.

Back to the work itself, there is a somewhat... Generic feel to it. Unfortunately I am unable to provide much in terms of constructive criticism, seeing as my mind is currently in a stagnant mush state. But I do see at least some potential for it to grow if you were to refine it further. In what way, I do not know. But I will be keeping a slow eye on this series if it develops further.

I guess it would make sense that in semi-furry world where all the other species are as smart as humans, that they'd all have brains the size of human brains. Even tarantulas. How you would fit that brain inside a tarantula body though is another matter. That would make for a disturbing world though, if everything was intelligent. There would be a very strong case for vegetarianism on that world, where literally every piece of meat you eat was a murder victim. Unless you're a psycho hunter who just kills everything you encounter except the guy you arbitrarily decided to accompany for some reason.

But about the video itself, this time, the humor had really run thin. It's confused and with a very sketchy plot that holds together about as badly as a dream and there really wasn't anything funny in the whole thing. The 2nd episode was the best and I guess it's all downhill from there.

Seeing as how long it took to release the second one, I'm glad this came out a lot sooner. I especially love hearing these great voices. I guess you could say LegendaryFrog is now associated with you guys! Well, everyone is nowadays. I loved the animation. Brad's voice is the best.

Seriously, you should have been a voice actor a long time ago. I actually do like Lloyd. Well, cats are always cute. The length was great too. Kind of long for this website, but I don't care.

Toonwerks responds:

Glad you liked it! We simply neglected to release the older episodes on here, so we're putting them up rapid fire now

It was a solid 4 stars with its excellent writing, decent animation and exceptional sound quality, but the DVD box art and title put you over the top. Great work.

This series really keeps you guessing for what insanity will happen next.