This one however, I think, redeems MC9 quite nicely. The music is right back up to the standards I'd expect from a Madness flash, and it seems to sync up more with the events happening more than the others so on that I congratulate cheshyre. The animation itself seemed much more ambitious, the opening part with the Auditor clearly took some time and overall was pretty cool. The only thing that stole from that opening scene was how slow the frame rate was, and really the only negative thing I have to say about the flash overall. I like how you brought it full circle with Tricky killing off the Auditor at the end. It's not the best ending that you could have gone with but it works out well.
Great for a first
I can see you put a lot of time and effort into this. It has the Krinkel's charm and a few nods to some of the seens in his episodes to. And guys, IT'S A TRIBUTE, It's not supposed to be the most original work ever. There's a lot of neet effects here, most noticably the blood animations, and feels just like an episode in madness. Hopefully you keep working in flash and make even better stuff in the future.
You never cease to sicken me to the pelvis bones, and there is nothing cryptic about your flashes ever. Abject is your style of humor, yet the absolute and outrageous execution of this sick comic scene elevates this flash to a perfect 10. I laughed quite strongly towards the end, the thought behind this is low, but you perform this short so well and in such the right course, and critically with the correctly conformed choice of character that this flash is simply memorable. I would possibly call it a Newgrounds classic, because unlike many movies this is a one of my seen selection that will log firmly into the memory bank. and how much richer in comedy is my memory for storing this hilarity.
Another Good One
Artwise, It is just like the other Awesome cartoons, while not bad, is starting to get a wee bit stale. Then again, it is easier to animate bad drawings than good to great ones. I'm not going to complain about the voicework, you're better than every other voice actor on the site with a few exceptions. I liked how you pulled off a much more somber tone of voice in this one. As for the rest of the content, it's funnier than what a lot of people (including certain professional cartoonists) submit here. Even though I don't own Crackdown, I liked how you decided to do that game instead of an overexposed title for once.
Fantastic work!! The animation was very well done, the voice acting was fantastic, the music was also very well done and all in all it was just plain hilarious! The things that caught me the most though, were the small details that made it funny but relatable. Stuff like the "Mellow Pages" I thought worked really well. Anyways I hope the see the next part relatively soon!! Keep up the fantastic work!
The animation was some of the best I've seen so far in any Flash movie. It was extremely smooth, and the drawings were not all jagged and sketchy like something I would do. The backgrounds were extremely, extremely well drawn and very realistic looking. The voice acting was alright, not the best, but still better than a lot of Flash movies out there. The action scenes and Captain Planet blowing crap up was really well done. The music could've been a lot louder and more intense, otherwise it seemed a bit too subtle. Ending was pretty ironic but i've come to expect nothing less from you.
How awesome this could be as an actual newgrounds series of fights. I love the flash as it is and Im glad to see that it has two different endings but it feels lacking. The fights are only a few seconds long and if you didnt watch it about 6 times (me) you would miss alot of stuff in it. I understand that it takes a long time to do this kind of animation, but you now have a style here that Im sure everyone would like to see more of. Especially if you threw in some oddball fighters in there like Burnt Face man, or strawberry clock. Regardless, excellent job to all who worked on this!
I loved it. I want to understand what you meant by it so badly, but then I read that you were making it up as you went, so you might not even know where you are going with it yet, which is perfectly fine. I have to admit, I wasnt really impressed with how crudely drawn it was from time to time, but I still liked how cleanly you were able to animate the motions, and different effects such as the wurm dissolving. I thought the music went pretty harmoniously with it, but a small amount of background sound MIGHT have been good. I say "might" because I think depending on how you went about the SFX, it could have harmed the outcome.
Well played out
The fact that I really like the song, the band, and agree with the message helped this entry. I have seen it a dozen times and it always moves me to tears and to smile. I felt your use of imagery was particularly effective both times the protagonist made the decision to "move." The whole flash tied in very well with the music and the lyrics. The story was good, with excellent character development. Frankly, I think you did an excellent job on the overall graphics. My only negative comment is some of the movements look stiff. I realize this is because, as you said, you only had 3 days to do this entry. This is really a very, minor critique as the graphics are otherwise of very good caliber and add to the experience. I also liked the style as it was employed. Congratulations on a job very well done!
The voice acting was perfect. The sprites were well done. The punchline was the funniest thing I've heard today. I really could only find one flaw and it doesn't draw from the quality at all. It's just kind of weird that Luigi keeps pushing with his right foot and never his left. I guess you didn't want to make too many sprites. It's still amazing though. Suprised i'm just finding this gem now.
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