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Cutethulhu

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This is my first all-Flash anime short, and first submission to any site like this.

This is not broad comedy -- it is intended for a literary audience, specifically fans of the writings of H.P. Lovecraft. If you are not such a person and watch this anyway, you may want to read this first before you write a review.
http:// personal.whiteradish.com

The voice actresses, for those who wondered, are linked to on my own site, and you can look forward to hearing them again in upcoming animation projects.

For more info on H.P. Lovecraft and his works referenced in this short, I highly recommend this site: http://www.gizmology.net
/lovecraft/

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Third time I've seen it.

And I still don't get it. Maybe I missed something along the way, but if it's this confusing to figure out, perhaps it just wasn't meant for the rest of the masses. Still, spectacular animation and sound. I really like the animations by Shawn the Touched. I just... don't seem to understand this one at all.



Not for front page.

No humor at all. No style. No meat to sing your teeth into.



Nice

Very nice animation, and to all the people who don't get the skeleton joke: check what's written on the tombstone (the name), then google that name and ctuhlu. :-)



Re: Heson_Shadowbane

It was the skeleton of the man who wrote the books. He was a horror writer and the fact those "cute girls" were having a tea party with the elder god was driving him crazy. Really funny given the fact that just learning of the Elder Gods in the novels would drive people insane.


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I didn't get the humor but...

I realy didn't understand why the skelleton was beating it's head on the coffin but that realy doesn't matter except to people to understand the humor. I realy loved the graphics and the voices were clear and crisp as some one might put it.


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399,771
Votes
11,711
Score
4.15 / 5.00

Uploaded
Feb 3, 2003
4:46 PM EST
Genre
Comedy - Parody
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