Score: 10 / 10
Review: I'm always amazed when I find a masterpiece still under judgement, and this is no exception.
This will go straight into the top 50, and I'm amazed if it doesn't hit the #1 by next week. It's THAT amazing.
There's not much to stay here. The drawings are made out to look simple, with few intricate shapes, but it still looks amazing. The robots really look like robots, and the slaves look simpler than all of the others. I love the detail that's put into the close-up of the gun, the smoke, and in general, oof everything. It looks amazing. The colors fit perfectly with the mood, I especially like the black/white parts in the chase with tarboy. It's nice how we never see more o tarboy than his black being, and his mouth at times.
Animations were smooth and greatly done. It coould just as well have been live action, that's how good it was.
Tarboy? A boy made out of tar and the memory chips of a million slaves? Seriously, how did you come up with that? If someone told me about a movie about a boy made out of tar and the memory chips of a million robot slaves, I'd laugh, but this is great. The eager dad/granddad telling the story to his son/grandsno, and the slightly surprise ending, it's great. It's a great way of telling the story. The story itself is absolutely incredible as well, I love it. It's new, and it's well-made.
One of the best soundtracks I've heard set to a flash. Hania really shows talent here. The music fits extremely well to every scene it's put in, and there's nothing to complain about.
I rarely review stuff that isn't requested at the Review Request Club, mainly because I can't find the time. I can barely finish the weekly requests over there. This time, however, I felt like I had to do it. It's just that incredible. You've done a great job here, and it's a piece you can be proud of.