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**JOHN'S ARM: ARMAGEDDON: FULL-LENGTH DVD 2008 NOW AVAILABLE!!!** -Go to MIKETHEPOD.COM for details!

This illuminates, a bit more, the world Ultra Ocho and the guys from "Brunch W/A Supervillain" inhabit. Here you go, the 1st part of the John's Arm series. It's one of the first flashes I did, years ago. Take that into account and don't be a jerk in your review.

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At first, I was disappointed that this wouldn't be an origin story. Turns out it was! You put a lot in here, even if it wasn't that long. The voices are pretty funny. It's creepy to see his flesh hanging out from his arm. I like the concept.

I've certainly never heard of a superhero like this. I think those are all real shows with audio John's watching. I would have liked to see him work with his associates. It's still very entertaining. The animation is quite good.

I last saw this ten years ago at age 12, only now did I get the joke about what John's Arm had to suffer through during the silicon beach bunny video.

I WISH THIS WAS A LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM, THEN IT WOULD BE BETTER

i dont even understand them!

It's not that bad in retrospect.

The writing is actually pretty good. Even though the animation isn't that great. But, it was probably WAY ahead of the game in 01 when you made it though! :D

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Score
4.40 / 5.00

Uploaded
Mar 2, 2003
2:27 PM EST
Genre
Comedy - Original
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  • Daily Feature March 2, 2003
  • Weekly 4th Place March 4, 2003