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Reviews for "Police Cops"

Great animation.

I am loving the premise and the characters have potential!

Oddly enough, this reminded me of "Lupin the 3rd" and "Cowboy Bebop". Perhaps it was the character models and the music? Great job on both though. Caravan Palace is great!

And if you are having trouble with ideas, here are a few suggestions (feel free to use them or not, it's up to you)

1) Vance Numb and Gina Nutz arrive to a murder scene. Upon arrival they meet a detective with a severe OCD (cleans the blood at the crime scene, washes all the evidence, aligns all the yellow tape perfectly, etc.)

Kind of like Monk, just WAY more severe. Gets demoted and joins their force and shenanigans ensue?

2) A scene where it is from the perspective of the organization that the female head boss in the pink dress is part of. She is part of a group of 5, or so, head criminal bosses, each with their own personal abilities. Personally, I would love to see a Rocky and Mugsy duo done in an anime fashion (from the Bugs Bunny cartoons - "Bugsy and Mugsy" is the name of the episode)

3) A new gang is rising. All wearing animal masks to hide their identities. It is up to the main characters to get to the bottom of things.

Just thought of these on the spot, but I hope this helps get those creative juices flowing!

Some things that bothered me though:

1) This one is a bit of a nit-pick. Magical name tags (where do they go after they were initially shown? lol)

2) Some typical anime standards, which are fine but they are reliant on fresh ideas! If you are going to do them, mixing up the formula would be much appreciated

Some of the typical standards I noticed:
(Buddy cops where they initially don't get along but do by the end of the animation; A cop partner with a secret talent only shown during a crucial moment; Overly grumpy police captain with a vendetta against the protagonists, etc.)

With a few tweaks, I think you could pull off a diverse and wonderful cast of characters (assuming you even move forward with this project)

3) Some inconsistent animation, granted you are probably doing this on your own but some scenes stood out. However, this will eventually phase itself out as you animate more and you will get better with time :D

All in all, it would be a shame if you let this animation go to waste. It has potential! Just need to tighten the animation a bit, work on the script and you are good to go! Looking forward to your future animations!

I think you watch too much anime and tried to mimic the anime style rather than go with something that better matched the skills you had at hand.

Perhaps I just didn't get it. The use of music was brilliant, though, complimented what you wanted to convey pretty well, but the voice recording was of low quality, sounds like equipment wasn't very great and you made do with what you had.

I don't know, I think if you didn't try to copy anime and tried to go with your own style it would have felt a lot more fluid to watch.

But excellent composition considering the length, full points for effort and you were clearly aiming for something high quality.

Incredible and splendid.

I dont know why, but this seems rather painful to make.

This is awsome, it's like an old cartoon but mordern in the same time. But the animation was a little wierd sometimes, but that's proberly the point.