Alley of the Dolls Pt. 5

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This episode marks the last in the "Alley of the Dolls" series for Dr. Shroud. Viewers ultimately decided the outcome of this adventure at DrShroud.com. Dr. Shroud will appear again in "La Maudite: The Damned". Coming soon!!


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please please do more i love this so much brill done esp when u put voices to the characters

This a review of the whole series.

I have to say that this is by far one of the most professional (both in appearnace and in production) flash series' i've seen on newgrounds. Firstly you've actaully made the effort to make a series rather than a one off with a cheesey "to be continued" at the end, this series really does continue and thank god it does. The animation is the best film noite on newgrounds bar none, the voice acting as previously mentioned gives it real edge, your style is original, your concept and charcaters are your own creations, this could be seen as a parody of batman although the story lines are differnet the enemy in this flash is similar to the joker and the main character does transform into a bat, haha although having said that this is still unique and in no way copying anothers style, to my knowledge anyway, i look forward to your future installments, keep em' coming!


Once again... well... this defies reviews... so, well.. just watch it NOW! What are you waiting for? Don't waste any time! This is a smart series, and one of the few that is completely enjoyable in the classic sense!

Great end to a great series!!!

Loved the end and thought the whole series was great. Voice acting was good throughout and the dialogue good. Classic old style spin-off which works to tremendous effect. Great work. I see there is a new series beginning and will get straight into it...


The story was great, but how the Doc escaped was VERY cliche. The half vampire, half human main hero is extreamly old. Other than that, it was great.

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3.81 / 5.00

Apr 14, 2003
12:07 PM EDT
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