I made this shit in 2000 one of my friends found it and decided to sahre it all over!
I understand that this is a work of fiction. I just hope you're aware that the sun is not scheduled to supernova in 15 billion years, or even at all; It is not nearly massive enough. Instead it will gradually expand to roughly the orbit of Mars, becoming a red giant, until it fades away into a brown, then eventually black dwarf star. This process should begin in roughly 6 billion years.
Anyway, your animation is fair, I just didn't see much point or story to this. Other than maybe a metaphorical reason to hold a grudge against science? Because a few people can have very large, far reaching, bad ideas? Hate the player, not the game.
Yes , this is 100% fiction and i want to thank for for setting me streight about our sun going nova. In the future I will actually do alittle bit of research before just throwing something out there that isn't at least semi factual .
This was short and sweet, with some pretty wonderful animation. While it may be a direct parody of Rogue Legacy, this could really speak for any hack n' slash or dungeon crawler. I especially enjoyed the UHF reference. Nice work!
Hey Rudy! Glad to see you back! Seeing your name instantly brought memories of Tom Fulp parody movies, which I will now re-watch (By the way 'All the Same' still hits hard, even today.)
Though this was a strange juxtaposition of beloved Disney movie and beloved holiday, it really worked! The lyrics didn't feel forced at every turn, as most parodies do. As for your singing - not too shabby at all, sir. Your animation and artwork continue to improve! I'll be looking forward to your future work.
Thank you sir! I appreciate the review. It's my first animation getting back into the swing of things since 2010 or so. I'm glad you still enjoy my animations and remember me! That's great! Well, I should have more flicks coming out soon, so hope to hear from ya again!
Amazing. I feel like this embodies clock day '13. I enjoyed your style, great animation, short and sweet. Loved it!
I wish you had used the official clock day loading screen, but I don't care enough for this utterly minor objection to diminish my vote.
Happy Clock Day!
I did use the official Clock Day loading screen...
This is good.
Being 24 years old, I've kind of outgrown the target audience of this flash, but in reality, I haven't. I've come to these conclusions some 10 years ago, but you've put it together in a very complete and concise way that is far better that I could have if asked these types of questions on the spot. In reality though, this is always the case. It goes from being clicks in school to economic, religious and political standings, which is just as bad. I don't think it'll ever get better, people as a whole are just too dumb.
I feel I should mention that Star Wars, video games, comic books, etc. IS the popular thing now. When I was about 16 or 17 these things started being made into movies by the dozens and popping up so much that if you WEREN'T a fan of Halo or what have you, you were the odd one out. That's not to say that you're point is any less valid, it's just that the status quo is shifting around some.
There's probably a lot to be desired about your flash skills, but I really like this style, and it fit very much with the subject matter. So, overall, thumbs up. And, I'm sad to say, it never gets better. Smile!
Oh, I know these things. Star Trek, however, still isn't generally mainstream.
And yes, I know the flash is lacking, that's the point. I'm actually working on another short right now using pen and paper animation. I'm experimenting with this style a bit.
This was really something special
This is a triumph in flash animation.
Everything - animation, art, voice acting, "camera" angles - was top notch. Even the choice of blue as the dominant outline color, accentuating the cold and isolation, was perfect.
At first I thought this was going to be a run-of-the-mill zombie outbreak story, due to the alert broadcast. Then you begin to wonder if this is a tale of insanity, another over saturated theme, but the dog smothered that idea. It leaves you in wonder and suspense until the end, leaving you in an even greater state of bewilderment. I couldn't ask for a better conclusion, which is to say, no conclusion at all.
Bravo to everyone involved.
I'm not one to throw around the term "epic" willy nilly, but this animation truly is. Thank you for this!
Sometimes I feel bad for Axeman13, because the animations based on his reviews are so good, they will never be forgotten. He's just a kid, and I hope when he's a bit older he can look back at this and laugh, as many of us in the NG community have done.
I helped pass this movie while it was under judgment, and I had to return for a review. I don't think it's any secret that your animation and video quality have something to be desired. However, this short shines through it's hilarious (and insightful) dialog and superb voice acting. I have, in fact, pondered this idea thoroughly, beginning years ago with a dream I had where I possessed 360 degree vision, which I believe runs parallel with the subject of your film. I'm curious if the writing began with an actual conversation, similar conversations I've had with co-workers while I worked in a comic shop (which I envision this film takes place in) or if you just spontaneously had the idea. It's a shame that this will be sadly underrated and viewed in the Newgrounds community, but you should know that there are some of us that appreciate your work. Hope you continue making films. And please, add a play button :)
Incredible production value. It's every classic game genre rolled in to one huge, stinking turd. Great premise, great movie. I applaud you.
One huge, stinking turd! Did you actually smell the turd?
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