He did not die, prepare for Madness!
It's simple. Here we have one the most technically skilled animator on Newgrounds, throwing in the sixth movie of the prized and glorified flash animation - Madness. Creating what many have tried to achieve but usually failed, raw violence, without the need of a detailed plot, Madness is a gory blood fest that begins to mess with the mind as you watch them.
Is there more to the twisted violence and overall dull colour scheme than simple action? For what seems like the fourth time our hero has been killed, and has gone after a number of enemies, all of which have past on except for the seemingly invincible clown, is the Madness series coming to a close?
Maybe, but it won't be due to the dieing out of the series, as the most recent incarnation has been a complete blast from start to finish - and the reason why I question the continuation of the series is due to the fact that our hero didn't die for the first time since the original episode. Whether this is due to size restrictions or truly a step in a different direction remains to be seen, but all I can say is that the next episode is certainly looking to be a heart stopper.
For me, Madness Apotheosis was a standing tall winner for the best Madness movie, but it appears that we now have a challenger. Now torn apart to the point that Krinkels is struggling to tear apart any more of our hero's face, the protaginist stands up and persues his enemy, through some simple buildings that I can't say we haven't seen before, but before long, we are viewing a train chase, through carriages, on top of carriages, hell, even falling off carriages, and the action continues. Blood, gore, and limb dismemberment are all apparent, and this time it appears that our hero is in a less relaxed mood than before, and out in an angered frenzy. He's now jumping on fighters, using their heads as weapons, and even, as a final shot, given a small frown of engagement.
It's not hard to see that Madness is an important part in Flash history, and is simply one of the great pioneers in fast action paced motion-tween graphics. Whether the Madness series is soon coming to a close or not, it will not be forgotten any time soon, if ever. Prepare for Madness.