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Was this review helpful to you? Archived from the original on 23 June Meanwhile, the Woodsman journeys into the forest as the sun sets, in search of Edelwood. Retrieved 20 September Production[ edit ] The show, created by Patrick McHale , is based on the animated short film Tome of the Unknown , which McHale wrote and directed for Cartoon Network Studios as part of their shorts development program. One of their best in a long time and in a completely different league to what is aired now. For one thing, "Chapter 9: Into the Unknown" is really beautifully animated, with the handsome and very smoothly detailed backgrounds coming off particularly strongly and the mystery of The Unknown setting is realised brilliantly. It really succeeds in allowing one to relate to Wirt and his troubles and the suspense is nail-biting but should not unsettle younger viewers too much. The humour never felt juvenile or too much, in fact especially with Greg some of the writing is adorable and at its best hilarious, the numerous emotional moments which can be primarily found in the characterisation of Wirt don't make the mistake of dragging things down. Penske Media Corporation. Comics Alliance. Here in "Chapter 9: Into the Unknown", the characters are very well written, looking like and having the personalities of folk fairy tale figures. There will be some reiteration here and in my future reviews of the other episodes of that for the show, because all the episodes have exactly the same qualities. The penultimate episode "Chapter 9: Into the Unknown" is one of the show's best.

Production[ edit ] The show, created by Patrick McHaleis based on the animated short film Tome of the Unknownwhich McHale wrote and directed for Cartoon Network Studios as part of their shorts development program. Archived from the original on 12 October TV Guide.

All this without one of them over-powering the other, this easily could have had too much humour of the wrong kind jarring with the atmosphere or been too scary, neither the case here.

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Wirt however, realizes that the Beast's soul resides inside the lantern, explaining this to all present, and refuses the offer. It's funny, suspenseful and remarkably poignant, but it's not just that these qualities are present; it's also how they're balanced and written that made the writing strong.

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The unique story is paced perfectly, feeling swift but never rushed and gentle while never dragging, and are very imaginatively and compellingly told even when episodic in nature. Penske Media Corporation.

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As well as being good-looking animation, what the animation also does so brilliantly is two things, one being that it sets the melancholic but sweet folksy atmosphere of the stories very effectively and maintains that quality consistently and the other being how well it transports one to another world completely and draws one into the world to utter transfixing effect. Retrieved 20 September The protagonists are very easy to relate to, especially Wirt and it is easy to be endeared by the resourcefulness and cute optimism of Greg. It's funny, suspenseful and remarkably poignant, but it's not just that these qualities are present; it's also how they're balanced and written that made the writing strong. Sara tells Wirt that she hasn't listened to a cassette tape that he made for her, as she does not own a cassette tape player. The episode has been analyzed for its allusions to fear and choice, with journalist Vrai Kaiser noting that the decision made by Wirt and the Woodsman to no longer light the Beast's lantern represents the discovery of "a truth that can not only shape the future but inform the past". Retrieved 21 September The unique story is paced perfectly, feeling swift but never rushed and gentle while never dragging, and are very imaginatively and compellingly told even when episodic in nature. Archived from the original on 12 October As Greg's frog plays a piano and sings, Greg returns a stolen rock to Mrs. Production[ edit ] The show, created by Patrick McHale , is based on the animated short film Tome of the Unknown , which McHale wrote and directed for Cartoon Network Studios as part of their shorts development program.
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