Episode 3
Cover Art "The Burning Horse" by Flo Meissner
First Animation Group Includes work by;
Brett Prendergast
Lion Young
Camo B Art
Ryan Anderson



 Chapter 2 of The Bad Pharma Series (2/3)

Story/Animation by ThreePanelCrimes x Ovcharkart

ThreePanelCrimes is a Los Angeles based artists known for Narrative Crypto Art. He tells stories in Three Panels, and each triptych tells a new crime story in short loops. 



Chapter 2 - Sorting (2/6)
"How Is There Still More?"

by Brett Prendergast

Brett is a 20-year old 3D Artist creating powerful, visceral, often trippy, animation work that immerses the audience into his world. 
"Sorting" is the second episode of a 6 part series. 


Chapter 2 - Somerton Man (2/6)

Description: Our body is a vessel. Battered and scraped by creatures of the deep and the waves of life. It keeps the scars of that voyage, which tell our story.

Based on a true story… as true as it can be.

Written by Lion Young & Tim Fry
Music by Josh Moult & Lion Young


Chapter 2 - The Life Of Aaron (6 Unique Animated Scenes)

Description: This is Aaron's memory. Twilight. But looking thru the windows you sense much more life than the one that they want to show. Each apartment, a separate world, which holds a billion emotions, experiences, aspirations, hatred & love. But they only show the cover of the book.
Aaron was coming from somewhere, and walking somewhere. Globally, it doesn’t matter, because he is only the narrator of a thousand destinies. He goes to the railway station to get on the train. But the train doesn't stop. He will have to jump on the move. But this is also why he is unique; he has been ready for this for a long time.
The backpack has a label “The lost face". It's worth thinking about it more broadly, because this is the main reason why he looks out the windows.

Story/Animation by Subwway


Chapter 2 - Pepe Through Time (2/6)

by Camo B Art

Camo B Art  is an Artist, specializing in digital 3D Characters and environments. BA degree in film arts; screenwriting and 3D animation.

Note from Reggie: I really wanted a Pepe animator, and was thrilled when Camo agreed! He is likely the least known artist of The Sundays animtors, but I love his animations, am a proud collector of his work, and I think he's going to surprise & delight all of you! 


Chapter 2 - Corporate Labyrinth (2/6)

by Ryan Anderson

Ryan is a comedian/animator/filmmaker. His work often depicts nostalgic scenes in his unique style, but Ryan also explores the zanier side with his goober series, as well as horror and suspense.