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Great cameo appearances. Decent stories. Good designs.
The only thing that I can complain about is how dimly lit most of the indoor scenes are. It's a funny thing to complain about as one would usually complain that cartoons are too bright and look unrealistic. This pushes the limit on use of shade and shadow. My eyes strain to create the contrast that is lost - which really distracts me from the story. Makes things look dull and atonal. Doesn't do the artwork any justice. Maybe there is a way to adjust my monitor to get more pop but I don't think the viewer should have to go to such lengths.
Other than that, very entertaining! Well done.
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