Doesn't have to be flash man.
Newgrounds wants the site to expand what forms of animation and entertainment are put out; you can go and read the interviews with Tom Fulp.
Now for a review.
Animation was surprisingly better than I anticipated. 3D flash looks annoyingly clunky and the characters honestly look even less real with such robotic movement, little to no facial change, and of course the weird obscurity of how the surfaces of characters, objects, and environments look with this is just unbearably annoying.
This flash made it over that hill. Sure the fluidity of movement was still off, and the facial expression of the Wolf had hardly any change or such; but you could still feel the emotion behind him as he stumbled through the kitchen and even in the beginning scene as he drops the cigarette and bottle down carelessly.
The expansion of emotion was excellent with musical elements, the sound files played and slow camera motions, to the television set and picture, and finally to a gun pushed tightly against Wolf's cranium and the utterly devastating blow that comes afterward.
The slow motions worked and every sound and image fit perfectly into a small segment of a story where we meet the characters at the end, instead of the beginning.
I thoroughly enjoyed it.