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Men's Wearhouse Volume 1

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Oct 3, 2006 | 1:00 AM EDT
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Author Comments

Many of you are familiar with Men's Wearhouse. It is a chain of stores designed to sell good looking suits at an affordable price. Today, we present to you the first of a three part documentary about the dark side of Men's Wearhouse and its founder and CEO George Zimmer. Be amazed as rtil leads the effort supported by 4 authors in this episode and 8 more as the week continues.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow lol

nice collab, everything was good! nice plot 2!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


random, funny, psycho. were the writers on crack when the did this??
well its fuckin funny. thats waht matters.

Starberry responds:

no crack


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It's a shame...

The first one was a beauty of a piece. The hand drawn style was amazing, and simple animations worked well. There was some hokiness to some parts, specifically the lips and eyes, but it looked good and was a very decent animation. The other ones were crap, I hate how collabs get a bad rap for only having one good animation then stuffed full of other half baked crap. I wouldn't even call the other animations half baked, I'd be giving too much credit.

rtil, you did good, next time submit your own without these others. Others, shame on you, whatever happened to quality flash?


Starberry responds:

how in the hell are the others not good? I FAIL TO SEE ANYONE'S POINTS


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

That was funyn as shit!

OMG I laughed pretty damn hard. That was hilarious.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good work, all around

There's really not a whole lot to say. Collabs in this format are becoming more popular everyday; if only more of them could contain this caliber content. Good to see a variety of animation styles all done relatively well, though there wasn't really anything mind-blowing presented.

Kudos in particular to TheIRG and Taylor for getting crazy; and Rtil especially for his solid narrative.

Starberry responds:

congrats to YOU FOR NOT BEING a dick about the other ones aside from rtils