Sublo & Tangy Mustard #13 - Convention

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Sublo and Tangy Mustard travel with Mr. Wubhamer to the Subpar corporate convention to get evaluated, meet the famous Subpar Sirens and have an identity crisis. Featuring a special sequence with guest animation by many great Newgrounds animators and friends of the show! I'll upload a separate video to fully showcase all the submissions for that sequence. In the credits I unfortunately forgot to include one artist who did a great piece-- ArĂ³n Keyser aka PrimatePunk.

Ryan Long as Sublo
Kevin Doan as Tangy Mustard
Heather Mazhar as Katy
Aaron Long as Dick Wubhamer
Victoria Long as SubparGeekGirl96
Zoran Taylor as Announcer and Jimothy Par
Jack Long as the Evaluator
Lea Pehar, Emily Steinwall, Phylicia Fuentes and Shannon Halliwell-Macdonald as the Subpar Sirens
Zachary Anderson as Bizarro Sublo





Sublo and Tangy Mustard is an original web series created by Bojack Horseman and Tuca & Bertie director Aaron Long. It focuses on two best friends who work as mascots for a fast food restaurant called Subpar, who must always remain in-character as Sublo the Hungry Submarine and Tangy Mustard the Sandwich Parrot.

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This is the BEST one so far! The writing is the most clever and well written. The jokes are more creative and nuanced. It's longer. Had some extra dope visuals! Gotta love it! Why did their outlines randomly change color at the end tho?

aalong64 responds:

That was just a weird experiment. I thought it might be a fun way to visualize their excitement by having them 'glow' a little, like they're so excited their colours can't be contained by the black outlines. Maybe it wasn't a good idea, I dunno!

First episode I watched of this, it's pretty simple but pretty fun. The art is nice, and the music adds an air of charm as well. Sometimes animation quality spikes up, and that's appreciated.

I don't think enough happens through the script, or at least the cast seems too "normal" and the scenarios feel too "normal" as a result. Like, they go to an event, they see a press conference, they goof off, then come back to the evaluation. The series of events aren't particularly note worthy, even if fun to watch. Basically I feel it doesn't get crazy enough with the script.

It was certainly fun to watch though. Although ultimately what I think would help improve this quite a lot is having the cast bounce off of each other more than mostly "whatever dude". The cast functions together too well. Having a plot setup that has more of a hook to it would help keep me more interested through out and play to the comedy more. And I think an air of slapstick would go with the humor well, the character design jokes were silly fun. Just my suggestions of what I felt was missing.

But again, nice job.

Well Done.

This series is what made me decide to make a Newgrounds account, just so I can rate and follow you. Keep up the amazing work.

aalong64 responds:

that's so cool! thanks!

Really kooky and totally up my dazzled fanny pack woot! Keep imagining and look equally Canuck crazy Aaroon oh yeah babay!

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4.59 / 5.00

Aug 31, 2019
8:42 PM EDT
Comedy - Original
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