Pac-Man, in an attempt to seem awesome, tried to create energy within his yellow maw. However, as a result, he could only barf extremely huge loads of vomit colored like rainbows and thusly changed his name from Rambo Pac-Man to Rainbow Pac-Man.
*Ahem* A more serious review... Your tweening skills leave a lot to be desired, but what really lost me was the fact there was no sound. Now, you see, if you gave it sound, it would've been a lot better. Even if you only added some music in the end, that would've helped a lot. Still, I voted five because of the graphics, albeit rainbow barf does not normally reign in such scores.
I just love your little tidbit there.
That part... When I read that up there where you spoke about your flash? I laughed harder than I did even when I watched the movie.
It's hilarious, mostly because it's IRON MAN. IRON MAN!! He has his own comic! XD If anyone went to watch the movie and got angry at spoilers, it's their fault for missing out on the golden age of comics.
Now, onto the review itself: You have a nice, unique style going on here. I really liked the almost random style of comedy. I say it was 'almost' random because of how projected it was to me... But I'm just an overanalyzing critic. :P It's easy for me to see these things coming. Still, I love it all the same. A five out of five, a ten out of ten, both are my rewards to you for your wonderful effort.
The Greatest ACtion Flash Artist Ever
The extreme style and stunning effects you place behind your cartoons is stunning to the utmost incredible degree. I won't be surprised if you make the worlds greatest fighting game someday. In fact, I'm praying that you will. othing would make me happier than to see you create what will only be described asa masterpiece to fighting gamers everywhere.
At any rate... This crossover series has displayed the most exciting scenes I've ever watched, the most graphic intensive techniques and explosions, and the most thrilling surprises that hide behind the closest corner. It's impossible to avoid another shock until the very end, when you know it's done.
Kudos to you sir, you have my greatest, most sincerest respect.
Unique, Cute Style!
Adorable, small character, an original plotline, and realistic Final Fantasy old school action! You, sir, are a genius.
This is a cliche'd saying here, but I wish the system could rate higher than just a 5 or a 10 (through score/review) because anything else doesn't do the cartoon justice. Watching the eloquent japanese flow off the lip sync in perfect harmony, as well as the wonderful humor you've added, and the action that you've so subtly placed in this hilarious yet thrilling cartoon is pure flash cartoon gold. You've set a milestone in Newgrounds history when you uploaded this cartoon. Praise is certainly given to you, as praise has been earned.
The Greatest Rockman Flash In History
Andrew, none can possibly stand in your shadow when it comes to such a brilliant, outstanding style of which you possess and exploit so easily and effortlessly. It is as if anything you touch artistically turns to gold.
I've loved the Rockman Neo series for some time now. I've downloaded the demo, the cartoon, the audio that went with it, and the RPG that's currently in production.
Yes, I'm a nerd. :P But I'm a HAPPY nerd with RMNeo.
Onto the review!
I noticed that it was mostly motion tweens moving the parts of still-picture frames around. That's not bad, mind you, you make it look wonderful. However, when Rockman Neo dashes through the forest of dead trees, his motion seems to be a bit slow for the pace he's going. Still, that's the only downside. Everything else is pretty much [I'm going to kick myself for this reference...] Perfection.
(For those of you who don't get that, Andrew Dickman renamed the characters so they wouldn't match any Capcom names, from Rock Men to Perfection.)
Anyways, I've prattled on enough. All I have left to say is: Continue to rock, Andrew. There needs to be more artists like you.
I Loved This
Words cannot begin to describe... Well, actually, I have to use words to describe my feelings, but whatever. I love the flash, short story.
Long story... Gosh, each segment was hilarious [except for the part where the old-looking, fat-sagging man that repeats the word mega wants to die. I've no clue who he is.] Still, the notion was very humorous.
My favorite parts were, as follows from best to... uh, least best... : Ness and the Porno Theatre, Ash and Pikachu's "Love Fest," and K.K. Rider, Guitar MASTER. You've all done well, however. No matter what you worked on, I love every moment of it.
With all hopes reserved in this next statement, I hope you'll answer my 'prayers' when I ask for a sequel to this. There needs to be a NiN10Doh! 2, to represent more of the many games that Nintendo has to offer and had already gifted us with. Represent, that and make complete fun of that is.
Congrats on making this great flash, and I hope to see more!
The Best Zelda Cartoon I've Seen
The fluid motion, excellent voice over for the shop keeper, hilarious yet violent display of entertainment, and mockery of Link's monosyllabic cave man language is pure genius. I loved the Tri-Force in the background, as well as the strategy guide for TLOZ:OOT and the Old School NES. Small tidbits of humor to couple along with the main cartoon. This work is too great for just one cartoon. There should be a sequel, but it's entirely up to you how you'll manage this cartoon.
All in all, I pray you continue to make fine flashes like this and humor the masses of the internet.
This is actually pretty accurate of the life of a man these days. Sad is it that this truth has come into realization, how your life spirals out of control despite reserving your trust and happiness in others... In the end your happiness is destroyed, all because you raise your faith to high in someone else.
Jerry made a mistake relying on others for happiness when he was already content enough on his own, living a normal life. Sexual relationships aren't supposed to lead to a happy life anyways. He made that mistake, and look where it lead him?
Now then, aside from a psychological analyzation (btw, Newgrounds, analyzation is a word so quit trying to say it's wrong. :P) I found it clever how you reused most of the animation. I'd imagine that if each scene you showed was not repeated, it'd be much, MUCH shorter. Still, I enjoyed watching it despite any repetitive influences.
I believe the score should be larger for your flash. It's something not many flash artists try, but I HAVE seen this sort of idea in many famous cartoons, including Spongebob, Powerpuff Girls, Dexter's Laboratory, and many others. Sometimes, something is so repetitive, it's just funny.
Kudos to you for capitalizing on this idea.
Great Animation, Great Quality, Scary Cartoon
Gracious... I observed this cartoon, and I must be frank, your skills as an animator are splendid. Of course, looking back over how the plot unraveled as a mocking outline to the original it was based off of, it was also disturbed.
I base my judgment not on how it made me feel, but more so on the quality and effort put into it. The voiceovers, I admit, were well placed for the scenes that unraveled. On the risk of sounding like many "parrots" on Newgrounds, I'll say it for the sake of entertaining myself... "BIRD!!"
*ahem* As I was saying, the quality of this cartoon is grand, truly splendid. Fluid animation, excellent lip syncing, a unique style that both mimics and taunts the original movie. I can only imagine the creators are either laughing happily at the cartoon or rolling in their sleep to the nightmare of a birthing Bambi... *shudders* O, what agony I experienced then... Yet it was so hilarious that I could not restrain myself from laughing.
Kudos to you, good man. May you create many more cartoons that mock the greater animated films of yonder!
I curse Dane Cook!
Damnable comedian mutters the idea for Christ Chex... *grumble* I swear to you, I had a Christ cereal idea myself that was a bit of a hybrid between Chex and Coco Pops. The name? Christ Monkies!
Not exactly the best name... Anyways, onto the review.
The animation was more of a bunch of still images played after the other. Am I basing my judgment entirely off of that? No, I'm just pointing it out, that's all. I loved the concept of the cartoon, hilarious and utterly wonderful. I'm not sure how some of the more religious people out there will react when seeing a priest struck down by lightning out of God's anger, but forget them. What matters is that people like your cartoon. I know that I certainly do.
The voice overs were great too, as was the music and the sound effects. You've got some promising talent there, Grizly. Here's wishing you produce more golden toons just like this in the future.
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