I thought this was really good, especially for your first Flash. Well done!
great as always
once again, quirky humour which doesn't follow a typical formula. good natural voice acting, and max's style complements yours very nicely. i think i will check out that podcast you mention in the comments!
this is dry, deadpan humour, and sells itself well as a natural, and yet bizarre, conversation. Similar in that respect to the Mickey the Dick series, which also got unfairly low reviews sometimes from people who don't appreciate this kind of humour.
voice acting and drawing went well together.
The darker side of Quentin Blake.
great stuff as usual
Never get tired of Mickey the Dick.
fluid, natural and convincing voice acting and animation, particularly with regard to facial expression. original and funny. only criticism worth mentioning is that mickey's chin looks very wierd. can't get my eyes off it.
good work. thank you and well done.
Very well animated, great mimicking of old-school cartoon style, very funny.
Also 'Happy Harry' is the name with which Rorschach addresses the bartender in a scene in the Watchmen comic.
Anyone who has given this a low rating on the grounds that it is 'not funny', or is not really 'for kids', have completely missed the point. A lot of talent went into this flash; it is well animated, the voice acting is superb and there is a refreshing sense of realism. Also, the word 'faggot' is not being glorified in this context, so I don't see how it's offensive; Mickey is supposed to be a dick, after all.
This review is intended mainly as a response to those who have given it a '0' rating, I guess.
This cartoon is FUNNY.
It is a PARODY.
It is intended as a harmless JOKE.
The author is actually very TALENTED.
Hilarious minimalistic animation, especially the head bobbing back and forth movement when the protagonist was 'working'. Also, the voice acting was actually very good.
Finally, someone that gets it.
A hard flash to review...
Spoiler alert: do not read on if you don't want some elements of the plot given away.
The one-joke premise of this flash, that is, deliberately depicting mundane, everyday-life scenarios after introducing it as an exciting space monkey adventure, is executed very well. It's like some kind of 'anti-joke', so boring that it's funny. Having said that, it does get very repetitive: this is obviously part of the joke, but it does wear thin after a while.
The animation, much like the humour, is so bad that it's good, as it is clearly intentional.
A change of tone was welcome for the final scene, though I personally found the ultra-violence unnecessary; I feel that the ending doesn't do justice to the rest of the flash.
All in all, I found this to be a quirky, entertaining flash, which cleverly plays on one's expectations of what a cartoon should be.
Once again, smooth animation, EXCELLENT voice acting (at least worthy of professional standard, I think). Imho, the humour was fantastic, dry stuff, which unfortunately seems to have earned the cartoon unfairly low ratings from viewers who apparantly don't find things funny unless they involve people getting hit on the face with pies.
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