Sadly this was the last of the WHOOKOS BETA episodes. But it doesn’t end without a little history! This episode was actually going to be the SECOND Azumanga Meets !US! animation, also based on a comic by the original BBD. Sad that the comic was never used for anything, we decided to adapt the comic with WHOOKOS BETA. Thus giving us what we have now. Again, this episode was written by the original BBD, who also wrote the previous episode of WHOOKOS BETA. In fact both of these episodes were animated and released simultaneously, breaking the short-lived tradition of releasing a [...]
Here we have everyone back at school where more shenanigans take place. We have a wider array of characters now, as well as a few returning faces. Also despite being only briefly mentioned in previous animations, Happy Juice is finally discussed in depth. BBD was actually the writer for this episode. Before the WHOOKOS BETA series ended, BBD and I thought that he could help with writing episodes every now and then, to take the load off me for a bit while I just animated. This episode has more of a story than the previous episode. Possibly because BBD really excels at [...]
A simple episode with a simple plot. A little shorter than the first episode, this one doesn’t really build on the last episode’s story, but tries to show the characters a little more, as well as add two new characters, Kenshin and Seagull, who made smaller appearances in the first episode as well. The episode takes place in the basement of my old house; the same house depicted in WHOOKOS BETA Short – Prologue, as well as the inspiration for Skoot’s house in WHOOKOS – Episode: 1. WATCH EPISODE HERE! Screenshots WARNING: Screenshots may contain spoilers!
This was going to be our main series back when we first started making WHOOKOS BETA, formerly just called, “WHOOKOS”. It was a small series about me and my friends from my childhood, full of inside jokes and humor no-one else would really understand. WHOOKOS BETA is also not connected to the main WHOOKOS series made today. Nor are the characters between the series. The characters in this older version of WHOOKOS were inspired by old friends I hung out with in my middle school and high school days, starting all the way back to 2003. Almost an odd work of non-fiction, these [...]