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  2. Hello I am Discount_Flunky My team has finally made the first episode of Death Note abridged. All things considered I think it's very good for a first episode. I know that there are a lot of DNA versions out there (most never get past the first episode), but I feel ours is very unique. Plus most DNA series our absolute crap. Most of the time they literally copy the original script almost line by line. Feedback is strongly appreciated, however let me spare you form having to report the obvious. I am well aware that there are several lines were you can hear mic cracking sounds and I also know that certain lines are way to quiet. It's all our mics fault. The thing is so fickle it's scary. I think if we got a better mic the quality of our work would double (at least). In fact if anyone could recommend a quality microphone model that's cost $100 dollars or less it would be greatly appreciated. Here's the link. [url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcbjTejf7B8"]Link[/url] After (and during) we finish this series I really want to cross over into more virgin territory and do abridgments of old school cartoons. I'm also considering doing it with live action shows.
  3. Seriously Robobailey, I wait about three weeks before I bump and you send me down to the bottom of page 2 with your stupid posts over night. Normaly that would take at least a week.
  4. This user should be banned.
  5. The gallery I made has stopped working I reupload everything soon
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    This mask is part of the inspiration for the heavy shock troops of the Flagellant troops know as the "Apostle"
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    A sample of one of the animals in the game.