Jesus vs Frosty
In 1992, Trey Parker, Matt Stone, and students at the University of Colorado, made Jesus vs. Frosty, under the "Avenging Conscience Films" moniker. Parker and Stone animated the film using only construction paper, glue, and a very old 8 mm film camera, and premiered the film at the December 1992 student film screening. The movie features four kids who are very similar of the four main characters of South Park, including a character resembling Cartman, but called "Kenny", and three nameless boys resembling Kyle, Stan, and Kenny. The film also includes some classical South Park ingredients, including a hilarious story-line, strong language, graphic violence and a 'moral' at the end.