|Supernatural the Abridged Animation|
07/27/2011 - present
This article is about Supernatural The Abridged Animation by TheWINChestersInc.
Production[edit | edit source]
An abridgement of the anime version of Supernatural (TV Series running from 2005-present). Supernatural the Animation Abridged is written by a team of Omnibeneficial, ThroneofCipher and xbubblemunkyx under the youtube channel TheWINChestersInc and edited by Omnibeneficial.
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Omnibeneficial: Dean Winchester, John Winchester, David (ep. 2), Kevin (ep. 3), Kel Kimble (ep. 5), Misery (ep. 6), Extras
- ThroneofCipher: Sam Winchester, Greely (ep. 2), Michael's Dad (ep. 3)
- xbubblemunkyx: Wife and Catherine (ep. 1), Molly (ep. 2), Girl (ep. 3), Madison (ep. 4), Ryan (ep. 5), Little Scottish Girl (ep. 6)
- ???: Castiel
Guest Stars[edit | edit source]
- TheDeathWombat: Shapeshifter (ep. 1)
- ChadVision: Michael (ep. 3)
- LoliWithAnExcaliborg: Aussie Gordon (ep. 4)
- Takahata101: "Alucard" (ep. 5), Ghost Nappa (ep. 6)
- Sydsnap: That Mom like person (ep. 6)
- PurpleEyesWTF: Cool Ass Baby (ep. 6)
- Jadethefirefox: Mary Winchester (ep. 6)
Episode List[edit | edit source]
|Episode 1 - The Shifting||Jul 27, 2011|
|Episode 2 - Stir of Echoes||Aug 17, 2011|
|Episode 3 - Prejudicial System||Oct 13, 2011|
|Episode 4 - Dances With Wolves||Mar 13, 2012|
|Episode 5 - Vampire Bats||Aug 18, 2012|
|Episode 6 - L'Erreur de Francais||Jan 1, 2014|
Common Themes[edit | edit source]
The abridged series references concepts that don’t show up until many seasons later in the live-action show, including:
- Dean and Sam each ending up in Hell at some point in the future
- The conflict with the angel Zacharaiah (who once used resurrection of the dead to manipulate the brothers)
- The angel Castiel who becomes an ally of the Winchesters - and Dean especially - later on in the series (plus references to his god-complex/fall from grace in even later seasons)
- The fact that creatures such as werewolves go to Purgatory when they die
- Sam Winchester: Often comes across as immature or child-like, being more impulsive and less patient with people than in the original series. Reaches new levels of disturbing when he's hooking up with Maddison (ep. 4).
- Dean Winchester: The more rational of the two, though not by much. He’s more of a psychopath and criminal than in the original series, being responsible for murdering hookers (ep. 4) and acts of arson (ep. 6).
- The scenery outside the Impala during driving scenes is replaced by random images from other shows/cartoons/etc. Occasionally relevant to what’s actually being talked about inside the car.
- Dean’s necklace shoots laser beams
- breaking into Google headquarters to use the web search.