Did the Objectionable Apparatus guy just make an animation with no twisted sex or deaths? It's actually a welcome change. This came together really well and still had your trademark style and... weirdness. Some scenes were impressively intense, and the music was a great compliment to the whole thing. Looking forward to whatever comes next.
I want my money back. You had so much to work with.
More depressing than funny, but a fitting end to a great series. Kinda funny how you were adamant in past comments and responses that he "wasn't coming back" and "he's dead, you know", but we end with an episode completely centered around Jerry, himself. It was necessary to tie up loose ends, though, and not a selling out in any sense. Not sure what you plan to move onto, from here, but I look forward to it.
Hrmm : /
I appreciate that it isn't Super Saiyan Sonic VS Cast of Naruto, but I still don't dig on unlicensed sprite usage. Still, that's not why I'm writing a review. The bit that got under my skin was that this is being hailed as clever and creative, whereas it's lifted - practically verbatim - from the surface story of Braid, a *truly* clever game in every respect. Not sure if this note will be met with "Nuh uh", or "Never heard of it", but it feels a bit too impeccable for me to be convinced otherwise. At the very least, your taste is in the right place.
I've heard of it. Played it. Good game.
Just when you think you have an obscure childhood memory, it's a highly rated submission on Newgrounds. Decent collab, no real weak sections, and most importantly you made sure to fit in Les Squelettes.
Animating very closely to the song's lyrics is actually a huge pet peeve of mine, but you still managed to keep things pretty interesting. I'm sure The Avalanches' screwed up, scratchy, sample-heavy style lent well to that. The subject matter was part topical, part-offbeat, without being 'rofl random purple monkey cheese', the way a lot of people would have ruined it.
Your animation has some sure room for improvement, but you're right on track for your age. You'll be a strong animator in due time. For now, you have what matters most during this creative development process - ideas. So all in all, while I wasn't blown away this time, it kept my interest and hinted at some real potential for you in the future. I'll try to keep a watch out for your stuff.
Yeah well, Newgrounds Rumble was allriiiiight, I supooooooose.
No but seriously, thank you, you are my hero. I will try harder. I WILL NOT LET YOU DOWN.
Haha, I am not entirely sure what I just saw
...but I liked it. I'd expect no differently from old Vinnie. While some bits of animation felt a bit more rough than your usual stuff, it was quite a long animation so I'm sure it would have taken ages to polish it to the usual standard. Very engaging animation, particularly for not being story-driven or heavy on action. Looking forward to more - that was a long hiatus unless I missed something of yours.
Started off kinda tame, but picked up as it went along. Most people can't really pull off crude humor in a surprising way, but you've managed to be consistent with that, today's submission being no exception. With the CD out, hope that means that the flow of animations will pick back up. Looking forward to more.
This should have a much higher rating
Nice to see a more fresh sort of humour kicking around the portal. Surely enough, it doesn't have nearly the rating it should, but it definitely has its demographic.
Didn't know you were still animating. Hadn't seen any activity from you in quite a while. That was some pretty wild traditional animation. Must have taken a sizable piece of time to finish up. Looking forward to seeing what you come up with this year.
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