Nice n shitty :) But I had to turn it off after a few episodes because I was in fear for my Adam monitors...you should take at least a little amount of time for (audio-)mastering, so all shorts have the same loudness level and while doing that, you should try to compensate the blasts and overmodulations, at least the ones which are possible to do! It's not a shame for a hobby-animator to be an complete audio-noob, but don't underestimate the 'power' and atmosphere an good audio work is giving your flicks... (I loved the intro song though!)
One BIG tip, VERY easy to reproduce: If you are screaming (and yeah, you have to if it should listen like a scream) between a sentence, stretch the arm in which you are holding the mic as far as possible! Don't bother the volume, this is the easiest part to manipulate afterwards. And yeah, maybe you can hear a little room then (if you have one that produces much resonance), but this is always better then overdriving microphones!
Cheers, MyDear (Audio Professional, if you haven't got it 8-P --- I know, I'm a fuck but I can't help being an smart-arse)