I squeeze gats.I don't blame him, and I think it's good that he finally made it official. Creative projects often grow increasingly trying the further into the middle one gets. And if one isn't doing it to pay the bills, then motivation can slip away all too quickly (I'm not saying he should've or did do SMBZ for money, but if art isn't one's source of income that can take away a huge source of motivation.). No way he's here, reading this, but thank you Alvin for all the hard work. It was a blast.
Karn you dig it?SMBZ did things that I didn't even think were possible in Flash. It's no surprise it became a bit too much work for him.
Can you cool it with the Karn puns, Zennistrad? No problem. They were kinda Karny anyway.
RattletrapWell, I'm definitely not surprised at all. Still, sad to hear it though. It's been a good ride. I remember first discovering the first 5 episodes, and being amazed by it. A shame.
edited 14th Apr '12 12:52:33 AM by Marioguy128
Bleep bloop. I am a robot! Eh, just kidding.
I squeeze gats.Definitely. Before SMBZ I didn't think flash movies on the Internet could have a HSQ. It was like the vidja game fan fic I always wanted to read, in audio visual form.
Wonderful to the GODDAMN future!!!There's always the hope that one day, he might look back, decide the story deserves an ending and come back to it. It's unlikely, and even if it did happen, it would probably be years from now, but still maybe one day, the story will be finished.
edited 14th Apr '12 5:31:19 PM by HandsomeRob
Me writing fanficsIt's actually more likely that Alvin gives his plot draft to whoever has enough spriting know-how and free time to take up the series. Of course that's assuming the reason for the cancellation is solely based on animation and has nothing/little to do with writing.
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