I guess this technically was a comedy, though I wouldn't call it original by any stretch.
The voicework was not very good; it sounds like you're focusing more on making your voice as wacky as possible instead of focusing on the overall pacing and delivery of those lines.
The sentence mixing was average, the animation was mediocre, and it wasn't particularly funny. But what drags this flash down more than anything is the crappy subtitles, rife with spelling errors.
It was decent. The spriting was average, the voicework was average, and the jokes were average.
One thing you should fix is your choice of font for the captions. Because it's so slanted and flowery, it's extremely difficult to read. Swap it out for something a little more plain; whatever font you use for the transition cards will do just fine.
A very average entry in the Madness series. There was very little tension throughout; the hero seemed practically invincible, and never felt like he would be in any danger of being injured. He almost always got the jump on everyone else, and the appearance and subsequent defeat of the large guy at the end was woefully anticlimactic.
It would have been nice for one of the baddies to get the jump on the hero, or have the hero take a beating at some point, to give us the impression that he could possibly lose. Instead, it's just a curbstomp battle. It's not exciting at all.
It got a good chuckle out of me. I did think the whole "Ice cream sandwiches" joke was a little too "lololo random" though, and the ending felt a bit too abrupt.
I didn't laugh.
Even adjusting for the fact that it was intentionally done in sucky quality to fit with the whole troll theme, I still couldn't find anything to laugh at in this video.
The logic is bad, and that's it. If there was something else to spice it up, like offensive stereotypes, ludicrous violence, or maybe some controversial religious satire, it could take refuge in audacity. Instead, it's as bland as a white bread sandwich.
And as many people have said before, almost every sketch was a rehash of the "infinite energy fallacy." There is nothing inherently funny about the lack of originality in ideas, if that's what you were trying to go for.
But I'll admit, I'm not sure just how much potential this collab idea had in the first place. Perhaps the failing lies not in execution, but in concept.
Ow, my neck.
Why does my neck hurt, you ask? Because you gave me severe mood whiplash. Twice.
But other than that, I love this flash. Especially the stealth pun on the name of the prototype. Heh heh, Sonic Crackers.
I love TSE.
I quite enjoyed this little tribute to Spoony. It's just chock full of references which date all the back to the beginning of the site. And the In-Jokes section is a nice touch, since you're definitely not going to get all the references in one sitting.
I think Spoony could be drawn a bit better, though.
For your first animation, this is absolutely superb. The fight scene was immensely entertaining, the ending was properly depressing, I cared about the characters, and overall, the amount of effort you poured into this really shows. I can't wait to see what else you come up with.
I'm not sure you know what Tourette's is.
But I'm sure plenty of other people will be getting on your case about that, so I'll let them do the work.
The concept was mildly amusing: A T-rex with anger management problems who can't do anything because his arms are just tiny stumps. However, there's not much payoff to it, as all the jokes are rather predictable and kind of just blend together after a while. The only joke you seemed to be milking was the way the T-rex roared at ear-shattering levels every time he got mad, which really gets old after a while. And then there's the ending. Not only did it make no sense, but it used a shitting joke for no apparent reason. All said, it really misses the mark.
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