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Oct 3, 2006 | 1:00 AM EDT
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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

Hilarious hiiri

Brilliant work id say, the art was beatifull. Very entertaining, only one thing teased me - in the first "suit" i could hear the mouse clicking sound between some dialogues. (its not serious :P).

But overall, great work _b

Starberry responds:

you're gonna like the


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Orginal Idea

They were pretty decent animations, and I enjoyed the first one.

My only issue with that one was you made the mouths move. Personally, I think I wouldn't have had them move at all, just give them a static look, to make the art feel more like a graphic novel.

I think that took away from it just a bit... but I love George's little dance at the end.... Very funny stuff.

Starberry responds:

thanks for not going nuts about the others


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


That was pretty funny actually! 1st and 3rd ones were the funniest! Theres some good artwork in there aswell, don't know if you drew the chalky looking ones in the 1st one but its still looked good.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


lol this was funny the 1st and 2nd ones were the best

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like the first one.

The first one that rtil made was really cool while the rest was a letdown. But I think they'll improve over the time. I'm looking forward for the next flash.

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