Cartoons From the Vault, by FSudol

Some new cartoons I created include Mr. Neverwrong, a short humorous skit about a rude guy hassling everyone he meets, as well as The Digusting World of Life, which focuses on the sad reality that our world has parasites feeding on living creatures as their entire way of life. The same could be said of humans feeding off the earth, but that’s for another topic. 😉

And moving on to my feature length cartoons and vintage cartoons, rather than leaving my cartoons in a dusty vault until I become an old man, life is short, so it’s time they see the light of day. Some for the first time ever, others that were isolated to DVD.

Starting with Shock Invasion, Dead Fury, two feature length animated horror humor movies I created.


Followed by Retro Toons, a series of Disney Animation Studio short films I created on the Amiga 2000 many years ago in the 1990’s. To clarify, the Disney Animation Studio is a software program the allowed for Cel Animation digitally on the computer back in the old days.


So if you enjoy the cartoons, and would like to see more, visit the BlackArro Productions channel through the video, then comment and subscribe to the BlackArro/FSudolArt Youtube Channel today. Thanks for being a fan! -FSudol


ALIEN: Covenant Spoof

Here’s a spoof of Alien Covenant, the upcoming sequel to Prometheus. Here, I was thinking about what might happen if someone was attacked by more than one face hugger parasite, which inject an Alien Larvae into the host and then eventually grow and burst out from the chest normally. In this case where 5 or more latch on to a single host, the results are messy.

Prepare for the Fight! City of Rott: Streets of Rott is now available on Steam!

Prepare for the Fight! City of Rott: Streets of Rott is now available on Steam!

Engage for combat against the Rotter Hordes infesting your once peaceful city, as City of Rott: Streets of Rott is now available on Steam for PC, Mac and Linux! Relive the action from the movies, taking part in Fred’s epic quest for a new pair of shoes. Or choose the role of Max, as he scours the streets for a juicy Hamburger (fresh meat is rare in a city overrun with decay). And don’t forget about Sarah, who searches for her true self.

But their goals can only be fulfilled with your help. And wIth your fully packed arsenal of fighting moves, embrace your walker, circular saw or energy blades to dismember and eradicate the stinking Rott of the Streets. Only with sheer determination, careful timing and much skill can you destroy the evil Stalker, who sustains the Rott.

And don’t forget about the vehicles! Find slick skateboards, fast motorcycles and a clunker car to plow your way through the decay. Did your vehicle break down? Grab hold of handguns, shotguns, machine guns, explosive mines, defensive power shields and dirt digging shovels made to bury the Rott six feet under. With your weaponry, blast away at the junk cars, rubble, and debris in the path, taking down the undead with the resulting explosions. But watch out for chain reactions. One mistep and you could be engulfed in a firey death.

With eight plus open scrolling levels of beat ‘em up mayhem, experience City of Rott: Streets of Rott today, and help Fred, Max and Sarah keep the dead at bay. In this game, you’re free to backtrack if you want throughout each large level. No waiting for the screen to be cleared of enemies, just press forward to the goal. If you missed something or just want to take in the scenery, defeat the boss and explore the streets at your leisure.

Don’t like the Level Timer? Shut it off in the Options Menu, and while you’re there, change your amount of lives, listen to the game’s music, set the difficulty level from Easy, Normal to Hard, study the list of fighting moves, and tap into Remix Mode, which lets you experience the game in random level order, with random music tracks and random color backgrounds to keep the game fresh. And finally, Practice Mode allows you to test things out and learn the basics without getting overwhelmed.

For $2.99, City of Rott: Streets of Rott is ready for action on PC, Mac and Linux, February 14, 2017. This will not be an easy battle. Hundreds of decayed corpses of Rott stand in your path. But you are capable and ready. Now is the time to fight back!

City of Rott: Streets of Rott was made entirely by Frank J. Sudol of FSudol Art Games and BlackArro Productions, including the artwork, game programming, music, sound effects, animation, game design and more, and is based on the City of Rott movies, also by FSudol.

Thanks for playing!

City of Rott Video Game planned for Steam, February 2017!


UPDATE: January 21, 2017

CITY OF ROTT: STREETS OF ROTT is a game I always wanted to create since I first played Streets of Rage 1, and with a lot of hard work, learning and programming, the game is finally complete. It was created entirely from scratch, on Game Editor, a basic but intuitive C based game development software. One big test for me before pursuing any big task, is will it be entertaining in some way? The good news is, I have fun playing this game, even though it can be challenging later on with all of the zombies swarming around you, requiring a variety of attacks to defeat, but it’s definitely the game I envisioned when I first began creating it.

I used a lot of my hand drawn assets from City of Rott, but also had to create a lot of new animations and characters just for the game, which I also plan to have in the new movie, City of Rott: Otherworld to some degree. From start to finish, the game began development and testing around October 2015 and now it’s January 21, 2017 when the game is finally about to be presented on Steam, thanks to the support of fans world wide. Thank you! Valve, the creators of Left 4 Dead, a First person Zombie game, run Steam, one of the largest retailers of digital video games worldwide, so it’s an honor to be a part of the giant library of games on .

CITY OF ROTT: STREETS OF ROTT, planned for a worldwide release date of February 14, 2017, which lands on a Tuesday, which is a common day for games to be released in the USA.

City of Rott: Streets of Rott The Video game will be released under my FSudol Art Games Banner as well as my BlackArro Productions brand. If you’re a fan of the movies and enjoy video games like Streets of Rage 1, 2 and 3, Final Fight and other beat ’em up style brawling games, you may enjoy this game as well.