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Nov 23, 2006 | 12:34 AM EST
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Another episode of Burnt Face Man. This time with a washing machine theme.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 27, 2006

I thought the series had gone...

But its good to see its back! Great graphics and hilarious!

Also, when you click on Burnt Face Man's left eyebrow on the preloader the movie plays :)

Doki responds:

If you click on his eye it starts at the flying scene and if you click the eyebrow it starts with the washing machine emulator. Just 2 hidden buttons that were there to help me skip to certain bits when previewing the whole movie. Like an idiot I completely forgot about them until now. I know why I don't usually read reviews now.


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 27, 2006

Another gem

I can't believe that everythin you make can be so good, i've been a fan for a long time, and i've seen most of your work, i'd just like to say that you're my favourite flash artist, i know your flash skill has inproved greatly since the early days but you still haven't changed your style of your series, which is outstanding, the graphics in this movie like the others in the series are simple but work brilliantly, the sound is brilliant, and i also like how you can choose the endin, i also really like the random humour, just amazin


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 26, 2006

Firth you are a genious!

Each episode of Burnt Face Man makes me laugh histerically with its clever jokes and hilarious attacks on the dim-witted Burnt Face Man. It's really great in how all the characters dwell themselves in their title as hero or villian, even when they are horrible at being either one.

This one was probably the best episode yet, with more of your clever humor.

The last few submissions from you (The Men From Upstairs) and (Pulch: THe Good Times) have both been masterpieces and this is no exception.

GREAT JOB and I CAN'T WAIT to see your next cartoon. I check the Front Page each week to see if you have made a new cartoon or not so please make it soon.

~The Beagle

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Rated 5 / 5 stars November 26, 2006

In reference to next episode

Putting salt in your wounds burns much much more than one might imagine. In fact, burns from acids and bases don't even compare to amount of pain that salt produces. (Acid used= hydrochloric acid HCl, 1 molar, for about 45 minutes. Base used= sodium hydroxide NaOH, unkown molar(less than 3 I'm sure), for about 30 minutes)

Next I will be testing liquid nitrogen, just need to get the $500 dollar deposit needed to rent the Dewar container. I'll be sure to let you know the results.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars November 26, 2006

It was ok...

Yeah... In England, it's spelled "realise," but if you look in any American dictionary, it's "realize..." Americans spell things a but differently.

Anyway... As violent as David Firth's cartoons are, I think it's strange that Burnt Face Man's cartoons don't seem to have any violence in them --and superheroes are usually all about fighting... I was kind of hoping that Burnt Face Man would fight "Have A Nice Day Man," and "Detergent Dan..." Maybe "Rockhead Rumple..." If he just fought a couple of those guys from time to time, I think the series would improve a bit. Instead, they usually exchange a few insults and make BFM look gay and stupid. There isn't really anything wrong with that, but I think he should bump off a couple of those minor villains...

Doki responds:

"Americans spell things a but differently"

hahahah. I hope that's a joke.

If Burnt Face Man were to attack any of his foes then he'd be a slightly better hero than he is. He's a coward, he wouldn't know what to do. The point of this cartoon is not to animate a load of violence. If it was then you'd know about it.