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TBR: The Girl Who Saved The King of Sweden Review
Well, here we are again.  I don't do text reviews nearly as often as I do video reviews, but quite frankly, keeping my writing chops in check with this couldn't hurt.  And hey--today's episode is kind of a long-overdue sequel to a book I've already talked about.  Two years ago.  Maybe I was exaggerating when I said this is a regular thing...anyway, I previously covered Swedish author Jonas Jonasson's debut novel, The Hundred-Year-Old-Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared, in 2015.  It's been adapted into a movie in 2013, which was released in America after that review (which I still haven't seen), but more importantly, I enjoyed that book so much that I wanted to check out more from this author.  And luckily, he had another novel out, which I bought on Audible--before I had to cancel my subscription.  And then renew it again.  But though it took me a while to get around to finishing it, I finally have, and--it's good, but it's not as goo
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TBR: Bill the Vampire Review
Note: I've kinda been sitting on this review since Halloween, if you couldn't figure it out--but due to a pretty cramped schedule, I never finished it--and it was also on my phone before I upgraded to my new one so I could get it back.  But I figured that I would go ahead and post it anyway so it wouldn't have to wait until NEXT Halloween.
Times have changed since the salad days of the Universal movie monsters. Werewolves fight in fantasy epics, zombies have love stories, and vampires....well, ironically, vampires have had most of the scariness they once had sucked right out of them.
Besides Captain Sparklepants and Dracula Untold, a few stories have started to take potshots at how much it sucks to be a vampire, especially if you're not someone who's as good-looking as the original Dracula. Flight of the Conchords made a pretty funny mockumentary called What We Do In The Shadows about what it's like for vampires to live in the modern world, and addresses questions like 'just how d
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What's Wrong With Your Face?
Hey you.
Yeah, you.
Why so angry?
I'm not angry.
You look like you are.
Well, I'm not!
Don't get so mad.
Thank you for shopping.
(What was I supposed to do?)
(He's the one who got mad at me.)
You should smile more.
Your acting sucks.
I didn't feel that scream.
You could never play a lead.
Just give up.
I make my face smile
Even if I was before
People didn't think I was.
And yet, I'm the one who's angry.
No I'm not.
My brain doesn't tell my face to smile.
It wasn't always like this.
As a kid, I smiled all the time.
But then when I got older
The smiles stopped coming.
Tears were rare.
Loved ones died.
My family wept.
I did not cry.
But sometimes,
Just sometimes,
The happiness leaks out
When I watch something funny
Or tears finally fall
When I read something sad.
But in person,
I'm just that scowling guy.
I can get along fine,
But they probably won't ever know
The real me.
The one who smiles on the inside
Even when his face does not.
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TBR: Top 10 Reasons To Read The Dresden Files
Greetings, dear readers and non-readers alike.  Well, doing these text reviews has become a common enough occurrence that I've decided to give them a title of their own.  Welcome to...THE BOOK REVUE!  We don't have dancing girls, but I'm still here to put on a show and see how the books I read might entertain you as well.  And today, I've got a big one for you--a series I've wanted to talk about ever since I started doing this text review thing:  The Dresden Files.  
When I was in high school, a friend of mine who I've since lost touch with introduced me to this series.  It seemed strange at the time, but there was a dry spell between Harry Potter books, and ultimately I trusted the guy's judgement, so I took his advice.  And man, did it pay off.  It should be noted that I came into this series in the middle--the first book my friend told me about was Blood Rites, which was the sixth book in the series--and yet I still had no trouble becomin
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Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes Review
If I were to tell you that EA Games made a good Star Wars game, and that it was a freemium game, you'd laugh in my face.  But today, I'm here to tell you that both are true.  I know, I had a hard time believing it myself.  Considering how disappointing the new Star Wars: Battlefront was (judging by the reviews I've seen), I could see why most people wouldn't trust EA with their money--though in fairness, that doesn't just apply to Star Wars.  But no, the game we're going to be looking at today is a freemium game called Galaxy of Heroes.  
Now, I'm kinda new to this mobile gaming thing, but I have to admit, this might be the future.  Not completely, I'm pretty sure console games are still gonna be around, but the fact that we all have to go out and get a job because the economy sucks means less and less time to play them, and more time to play games on the go.  That's why Japan's console market is pretty much folding in on itself, and why companies lik
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Game Review: Gunman Clive (3DS)
A lot of the people I know grew up with Megaman, and nowadays, getting a new game has proved more difficult than it would normally be.  There was a time when a new Megaman game was coming out every consecutive year, but now--well, I think the closest thing we've gotten is Street Fighter X Megaman, which was only a fan game that Capcom officially approved.  Sure, there's Keiji Inafune's new project Mighty No. 9, but that's still being delayed--so at this point, there's no way to play it.  But here's the thing, classic Megaman fans--there already are two new classic Megaman games.  But I wouldn't blame you for missing out on them, because they were released under a rather unassuming name--Gunman Clive and Gunman Clive 2.  If Megaman and Contra had a lovechild that was raised on Westerns, Gunman Clive would be that game series, and yet almost nobody has talked about it.  So I think it's time I remedied that.  
Gunman Clive is a rather unassuming game at
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Call Me Sam: Chapter 1
Call Me Sam
Book 1 of the Heavenly Corps Chronicles
Chapter 1: Earth Angel
In retrospect, I should have known something was wrong from the beginning.
It started out innocently enough-my boss had called me to his office on another assignment, and I was promptly on my way there, striding through the white marble halls of the Celestial Corps building as my sandals slapped against the floor, adjusting the golden belt on my standard-issue white robes as I went.
Finally, I arrived at my boss's office, and Barachiel greeted me with what I assumed was a nod of acknowledgement. It's difficult to tell with seraphim. Angels come in all shapes and sizes-from the cloudlike wisps that some human souls become, to the humanlike guardian angels like yours truly. And then there are the higher-ranking angels like nephilim and seraphim, which are more, for lack of a better word, monstrous. These are the angels you rarely see depicted-mostly because dangers are rarely huge enough for the officers to be sen
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Book Review: William Shakespeare's Star Wars
Book Review: William Shakespeare’s Star Wars Trilogy, by Ian Doescher.
Verily, the force ’tis strong with these!
I’ve always felt like kind of a minority among Internet reviewers. Most of the ones I follow seem to be huge fans of Star Trek and prefer it over Star Wars, but with me it’s the exact opposite. I never got into Star Trek, and maybe it’s the fact that I saw the Star Wars prequels first, but I don’t hate them as much as everyone else seems to. Granted, nowadays I can understand why people like the Star Trek movies (well, half of them anyway) and hate the Star Wars prequels, even though I don’t agree with all of it. But with the upcoming release of The Force Awakens, I think it’s time that I shared with you something awesome that I discovered completely by accident–William Shakespeare’s Star Wars.
Give that title a second to sink in–William. Shakespeare’s. Star Wars. It sounds strange, obviously–but i
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Book Review: Time Lincoln (Fate of the Union)
Well, here we are again. I didn’t think I’d be stepping back into book reviews, especially before I filmed the Season 6 finale of my Cartoon Hero series. I assure you that it is still coming, but I can’t film it currently due to the lack of a prop I need. So blame the wait on the postal service.
That being said, maybe it’s for the best that I have some free time. I’m finally watching Batman: The Animated Series, but more importantly, another reviewer reminded me of something I wanted to talk about for a while. Linkara’s most recent review at the time of writing this was of the comic Steam Wars by Fred Perry. I’m familiar with Perry’s work, especially his animations, but until recently, I’d never read a comic by him. However, in 2012, the year I graduated college, I went to my very first anime convention, A-Kon 23. It was there that a certain Fred Perry comic caught my eye–a comic that would prove to be so awesome that I single
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Book Review: The 100-Year-Old Man...
Book Review: The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared.
You know, when I first started this whole reviewing thing, I never expected to be talking about books. Don’t get me wrong, I love to read-I do it more than most people I know. But books, I think, would be the most difficult thing to talk about for a review show. All you have in most cases is the text, which means you have no visuals and no audio unless you’re using an audiobook. It’s like talking about a podcast-I don’t think you could, say, review Welcome to Nightvale without scouring the Internet for fanart. I’ve seen video reviews of books before, though–most of them are adaptations, but some aren’t, so I know this can be done. And since my discovery and subsequent enjoyment of the Audible app, there was a book I knew I had to talk about-The Disaster Artist. However, between laptops, I lost my original draft of that review, so that might not happen. But since t
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You Still Can't Play
You Still Can't Play
A One-Shot Ace Attorney Fanfic
Author's Note: This story takes place after the events of Apollo Justice, but before Dual Destinies.  Not many spoilers are involved, however, so enjoy.
The first thing the detective felt when she entered the place was cold--bitter cold that made her regret wearing a skirt.  She shivered and wrapped her white lab coat tighter around herself, but then took a deep breath of icy cold air and entered, finding a table and ordering a bottle of grape juice and a bowl of borscht.  The Borscht Bowl Club wasn't exactly a popular hangout, especially not to eat--unless you enjoyed cold beet soup, which she didn't.  But Ema thought that it would be rude just to snack on something you brought with you if you walked into a restaurant.  Of course, she hadn't come here to eat, but for now she sat there, looking across the table and waiting.  Thankfully, it wasn't long before she heard footsteps coming up from a stairwell
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Goodbye, Justin
...it's hard to express what I'm thinking in words.  Well, truth be told, that's how it's always been for me, but it's even harder now.  
Thursday, Justin "Jew Wario" Carmical committed suicide.  The news didn't hit the Internet until Saturday, while I was in town.  I was sitting there in the car when I read the news on Twitter.  It wasn't long before I was in tears.  
It was hard to explain why, though--especially to my mom, who didn't know the guy at all.  But then again, neither did I.  At least, not the way everyone else seems to.  
I wasn't even a huge fan of Justin's.  Not to say I didn't like his work, it was great--but I didn't watch it as often as I watched the others' videos.  But in every video that I saw him in, Justin just struck me as the nicest, most sincere guy you could ever meet.  He made people happy just by being around him.  He cared about everything he did, and it was clear he wanted to share everyth
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My Little Hero: Epilogue
My Little Hero: Crimefighting is Magic
Epilogue: Goodbye, For Now?
"Come on, mister Frame, you've just gotta show us how!" Apple Bloom begged.  
"NO," I said firmly.  "My power is unique--you've got to find out what your talents are for yourself."  
"Maybe he's right, Apple Bloom," Sweetie Belle added.  "I mean, none of us can even fly."  
"Hey!" Scootaloo piped up.  "Rainbow Dash said she'd teach me, just like she did for Frame!"  
It had been a week since our adventure in the dream world, and six days since Apple Bloom had awakened.  I had been helping Twilight tidy up the library with Spike when Applejack had burst in with her face wet from crying, but an expression of absolute joy on her face as she'd run in with Apple Bloom in front of her.  I'd never seen Applejack cry before or since then.  I guess no matter how tough of a pony she was, thinking she might lose her sister had been a huge blow to her.  But I could understand where she was coming from.  
I'd wanted to stay as long
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My Little Hero: Chapter 11
My Little Hero: Crimefighting is Magic
Chapter 11: Nightmare's End, Part 5
I panted as we emerged in the next part of the nightmare.  My arm was still throbbing--it normally hurt when I used the Falcon Punch, but using the anvil trick hadn't helped things either.  Glancing around as sparks swam at the corners of my vision, I saw that, for whatever reason, we seemed to be in the middle of Ponyville.  But that was all I could do before I collapsed onto a nearby bench, my right arm dripping blood onto the ground.  
"Frame, you're bleeding!" Twilight cried, and all I could do was nod in response.  I couldn't even stand up at this point.  But suddenly, I felt something nudging my arm.  I turned to see, woozily, that Fluttershy had climbed up on the bench next to me, and was now using her nose and teeth to nudge the sleeve of my shirt up onto my shoulder, so she could see the wound better.  
"Oh my," she said softly, and I tried to smile a little, but I knew I must have been messed up pretty
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Well, here we are again.  I don't do text reviews nearly as often as I do video reviews, but quite frankly, keeping my writing chops in check with this couldn't hurt.  And hey--today's episode is kind of a long-overdue sequel to a book I've already talked about.  Two years ago.  Maybe I was exaggerating when I said this is a regular thing...anyway, I previously covered Swedish author Jonas Jonasson's debut novel, The Hundred-Year-Old-Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared, in 2015.  It's been adapted into a movie in 2013, which was released in America after that review (which I still haven't seen), but more importantly, I enjoyed that book so much that I wanted to check out more from this author.  And luckily, he had another novel out, which I bought on Audible--before I had to cancel my subscription.  And then renew it again.  But though it took me a while to get around to finishing it, I finally have, and--it's good, but it's not as good as his first novel.  

Much like the previous novel, The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden is a historical fiction/comedy novel, though this leans more toward the dramatic most of the time.  It all started with one actual fact--a historical oddity, if you will.  On June 14, 2007. the king of Sweden and the Prime Minister went missing from a gala banquet at the royal castle.  Later, it was said that both had fallen ill.  But according to Jonas Jonasson, the truth is far stranger--and if anything, he proves that a good writer can make a story from the smallest of prompts.  

The story of The Girl Who Saved The King of Sweden begins in 1961, when a South African girl named Nombeko Mayeki was born in Soweto, deep in the middle of apartheid.  Nombeko, being black, started out at the bottom of the barrel--literally, as in her first job ever was cleaning out latrines.  However, one day she ended up run over by a drunken engineer who worked for Africa's secret nuclear weapons facility, and upon her survival, moved up to work in the base as a cleaning lady.  Nombeko, from an early age, was very quick-witted and precocious--and thus is able to cover for her lazy boss a lot of the time while learning every bit of knowledge she can.  And it helps this story sound more plausible that this base really did exist--it manufactured six atomic bombs in the 1980's, but they were voluntarily dismantled in 1994.  But according to this novel, due to the idiocy of the engineer, a seventh atomic bomb was manufactured.  The engineer tried to cover his mistake by selling the bomb to Israel, but he was instead murdered for knowing too much.  Nombeko, however, managed to trick her way out of the country safely, though the Mossad agents were still pursuing her.  

How does Sweden fit into all this, you may ask?  Well, for that we need to back up to the other half of the story, which follows the radical Republican Ingmar. Ingmar grew up fighting against the monarchy for pretty petty reasons, and when he and his wife were finally able to have children, he wanted them to inherit his cause.  But due to Ingmar's stupidity, he figured he only needed one of his twin sons to be his heir, calling them Holger and Holger.  Officially, only one Holger existed--but he stayed at home with his father plotting the monarchy's downfall while Holger 2 attended school and did everything to keep the police off his father's back, while not officially being allowed to exist.  Ingmar and his wife, however, both end up dying very ironic deaths, leaving the well-educated Holger 2 and his brother, who had his father do all the thinking for him, to fend for themselves.  At that point, the two cross paths with Nombeko and Holger 2 takes a liking to her, the two eventually falling in love.  But due to the interference of some of Nombeko's friends, the atomic bomb accidentally ends up in Nombeko's possession--and they have to do everything they can to keep it out of the hands of Holger 1 and his anarchist girlfriend.  

It might seem from that description that this novel leans more toward the dramatic, and it does--but that doesn't mean the insanity from the first novel isn't present.  In this novel, we have a potato-growing countess, a dead man committing suicide, and the titular king-saving--which spoilers, happens pretty near the end of the book, and is over fairly quickly.  I won't say I dislike the humor, though--the way Holger 1 ends up dispatching one of the two Mossad agents is particularly hilarious, and I won't spoil it.  And the satire is still on point--a particularly swift yet biting passage mentions how Dubya 'sent his army to destroy the weapons of mass destruction Iran didn't have.' Once again, if none of this happened, it's still well-researched enough so that you almost believe it could.  

Unfortunately, the book doesn't quite measure up to its predecessor in one particular way--the characters.  In 100-Year-Old Man, the main characters, while they had shades of grey, were all likeable enough, and the bad guys were the ones who ended up getting their karmic just desserts.  However, in this novel, the characters' greatest obstacles are themselves--or rather, two of their number who just won't stop being obstacles.  I won't mince words with you--Holger 1, while he has his moments, is so overbearingly annoying throughout this book that I gave an audible (ha!) sigh whenever he came back onscreen.  It's his own beliefs and his own lack of tact that ends up getting them into trouble most of the time.  True, Nombeko calls him out for his actions, but he's so stupid that he never benefits from it.  And even worse, fairly early into the book, he gets an anarchist girlfriend who's even MORE annoying.  And I don't mean a complex anarchist character like Zaheer from The Legend of Korra--no no, I mean the 'entitled brat who's an anarchist for the sake of having something to complain about' type.  She's obnoxious, loud, and even most of the characters say that she is.  I could almost literally hear her screeching voice in my head as I was listening to the book, though thankfully the performance isn't as obnoxious.  I think it's read by the same person who read 100-Year-Old-Man, though in both cases the narrator was uncredited.  He has a nice voice, though, so that helped.  But the whole time, you're waiting for these characters to get their comeuppance--and spoiler alert, they never do.  Sure, eventually Nombeko and Holger 2 do get together, but Holger 1 and the anarchist girl just get to go on doing what they do.  They say Nombeko is smart, but if she were, what I would have done at the first opportunity is ditch these two somewhere.  I couldn't stand to have them around.  

Sadly, because of that, I can't say that The Girl Who Saved The King of Sweden lives up to the standard Jonas Jonasson's first novel set.  It's a screwball, pseudo-historical comedy, sure, but it's not as good.  It's good enough to check out if you're curious, though--but I'd be more likely to recommend The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared over The Girl Who Saved The King of Sweden.  Some writers can have hit after hit, but this one sadly did not hit as hard.  

That's all for this edition of The Book Revue.  But although this book was disappointing, I'll say in advance that the next book I'm considering reviewing is quite the opposite.  In fact--I think it could stand alongside The Dresden Files.  
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The Hero returns to the world of Doctor Who...only to find something far worse than his first experience with it.
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Elseworlds Month 3 comes to a close with a universe where the Hero hosts Read Right to Left!

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My name is Eli, I'm 22, and I'm a writer by trade. My dream is to one day write screenplays for Hollywood movies, and have them be successful ones.

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TheWalrusclown Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2017
Yo, hero, I need a little help with something (don't' worry , i'm not asking you to drawl something for me) I need a little help with a pet project, the Ben 10?/toon girls equivalency's, hears a link to the journal for more info on what I need help with: thewalrusclown.deviantart.com/…

Link to folder with what I've got done so far: thewalrusclown.deviantart.com/…
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The Cartoon Hero. :handshake: Nice to meet you.

My name's Matt Grisham. I have an interest in animated cartoon and fanfiction.

I'm technically a fan of your reviews, like the ones from Doug TenNapel Month.
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TheWalrusclown Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2017
Dear Mr. cartoon hero,

I was wondering if I could make a request if I might, I found a Mexican made animated movie with an English dub called guardians of the lost code, and it is terrible. there are many problems but the main one that sets off an autistic meltdown in me to the point where i can't review it myself on my show is that they have an implied gang rape of a grade-school aged little girl who's traumatized to the point where she's mute just so it could serve as motivation for he Brother so he could fill the role in the admittedly awesome, deserved to be in a better movie than this twist ending (the gods where wrong, and the villain children where the chosen ones all along), they put a gang-raped little girl in a refrigerator, WHOEVER CAME UP WITH THIS BRIGHT IDEA NEEDS TO HAVE THERE BRAIN LACKERED hears a link to the current owners YouTube, they care so little you an watch it there for free if you so choose: www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUXGBO…
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TheWalrusclown Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2016
merry Christmas, Mr. Cartoon hero
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Shadow-DJ Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
So...

Ever seen the anime, Seven Deadly Sins? If not, I recommend it.
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M-102 Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2016
Hello. Will you ever review the 1995 Darkstalkers cartoon?
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Shadow-DJ Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
you get the new Ace Attorney game yet? :P
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mikedema64 Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2016
Happy Birthday Hero.
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HewyToonmore Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016
Happy birthday, Eli! :D :D :cake: :party:
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Hope you have a happy birthday, Hero!
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Happy Birthday! :cake:
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Shadow-DJ Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Happy Birthday, Hero :D

SO..how you liking the Ace Attorney anime? ;;
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Happy Birthday!
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happy birthday!
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Happy Birthday:party::cake:
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TheWalrusclown Featured By Owner May 31, 2016
May today, this day of your birth be happy and bright, MR. Cartoon hero!!!
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PerfectZanderSanchez Featured By Owner May 30, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
 Happy early birthday, Cartoon Hero!!! I'm a huge fan of your show and you've been a big influence on me as a reviewer. I'd kinda like to ask if you can give me any advice on how to get more attention on Patreon. 
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TheWalrusclown Featured By Owner May 25, 2016
Dear Mr. Stone,

i don't know how kosher it is to ask this, but i was wondering if I might interest you into doing a collaborative review with me on an animated movie that is just to awful for one reviewer to go it alone on. it's a Mexican animated film called "Guardians of the lost code", it was "dubbed" into English and I only use the term "dubbed" in the loosest of terms because the audio sounds like it's underwater and the voice the English voice actress uses for the main character is SO AWFUL that the joke about us being in pain when he talks practically wrights itself, If you don't feel like tracking it down, you can rent it on youtube for $3, or you could just watch it for free on youtube, only one person has put it up, but it's been there for over a year: www.youtube.com/watch?v=2orfMu…
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themissingmystery Featured By Owner May 3, 2016
your videos are awesome! dont listen to brainless haters like SoO29!
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LexisSketches Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2016
La la la la Hello! Just a random deviant stopping by! :) (Smile)
Black Rose I hope you are having a wonderful April~! :eager: by darkmoon3636
Hug Earth  Have a wonderful day! Rose Hi! :butterfly: (Butterfly) 
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