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My goal from the beginning was to create an adventure that would intrigue viewers, be a puzzle, and built to an enduring story. With that said, the mysterious "Kubluka" key from the Marcus Peblo series is back in his own mystical adventure. This is one of my biggest movies ever. I put alot of work into this short. Please be patient and wait for the movie to load. Also, this animated short is very graphics intensive. On slower computers you might want to turn the quality of the movie to a lower setting for optimum performance.


This was one of my illest cartoons ever made, relive the adventure and watch it again!


freakin groovy

Looks fantastic.Makes failing my course worthwhile(i should be studying right now) but its worth it


that was the best flash animation ive seen yet. you have skill and talent dont let it go to waste this is a must see movie (i have cable ;^D)

Awesome flash!

That movie was great in every department! Great job on this artwork of a flash!


Ok, that was awesome. That was the best movie. I loved the music, but the movie was kinda stupid after the alien spacecraft part. Other than that it rooled! Post the music!!!!

Great Artistry, boring movie.

I LOVED the artwork and graphics, however, it was extremely boring as the movie goes. I think that is because the plot isn't really brought out. Your sound was quite good...sounded very original (did you create it?). I think that if you made the plot more clear it'd be better.

Other things you could do to improve:
-A little faster passed
-More foreground sounds and voices.
-Bring the plot out more either by explaining a story or some other way.

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3.93 / 5.00

Jan 16, 2003
5:49 PM EST
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