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Price: $14.95
THIRTY SHORT FILMS!

The complete animated works of David C. Lovelace, whose Flash toons have appeared online on sites including CampChaos.com, Newgrounds.com and fark.com! This disk is packed with 30 short films (over two hours of animation!) from all the episodes of these series: Sci-Fi Guys (2000 - 2001), Jot + Jab (2001), and Farkman (2002). The first nine episodes of Retarded Animal Babies, including the DVD-exclusive ninth episode (RAB9), are also included! In addition, you'll find extra features including production sketches and original music, all with fully interactive navigation. If you are a fan of any of Dave's work, you can't let your copy of this DVD slip away!

This is an UNRATED video featuring plenty of lewd humor, foul language, and occasionally animated nudity (all right, there's a lot of it...those Animal Babies just can't contain themselves). Parts of this DVD are unsuitable for audiences under 18!


Sci-Fi Guys
All 11 episodes of Dave's first series.

Farkman
Featuring the voice of Wil Wheaton!

Jot + Jab
4-episode series seen on Newgrounds.

NOW AVAILABLE!
$12.95
SIXTEEN FILMS! Including:
  • Episodes 1 - 15, seen by millions on Newgrounds.com
  • The elusive EPISODE 16! A DVD-exclusive episode!!
  • "Magic Animal Babies" beer commercial, also seen on Newgrounds
  • The EASTER EGGS of RAB! All the best secrets of the series, uncovered!
  • The NUDITY of RAB! A exploration of why the boobies taunt us so.

THIS DISC IS UNSUITABLE FOR AUDIENCES UNDER AGE 18!

This utterly rude, raunchy, and thoroughly retarded animated series has proven to be a force to be reckoned with on "t3h intarwebs" since 2003! Millions of views on sites like Newgrounds.com and Ebaumsworld.com, and a rampant underground buzz, have successfully made "RAB" a cult favorite.


Episode 1
The alphabet episode that started it all!

Episode 9
The weird-ass "Pirate Ship" episode

Episode 16
DVD Exclusive!

Copyright � 2004 - 2006 David C. Lovelace