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Jun 23, 2011 | 5:43 PM EDT

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So here it is. Nine hours in the making, folks! A fan, (DarkFawful) pointed out that I used the same name (Lambert) on two different posters. In MadSeth 2: 'Lambert: Employee of the Month', and in MadSeth 4: 'Look both ways before stepping out of the elevator -Remember what happened to Lambert?'. Believe it or not, I used the same name completely on accident. No National Treasure mumbo jumbo here.

So I've finally decided to tell you folks the sad, sad tale of Lambert, Employee of the Month.

I respond to every review.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

:) good

poor lambert , the story is a little sad

Rapheus responds:

Wait, it was supposed to be a comedy. Nah, but thanks! :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Lol nice.

Rapheus responds:

'This animation was made possible by the eagle eyes of DarkFawful. And contributions by viewers like you.'

Friggen PBS...


Rated 5 / 5 stars


is a sad story with the form of madness combat.
Moral: if you drink do not drive ... or just take a machine to resurrect people, if the protagonist dies LOL.

Rapheus responds:

Poor Lambert, his meteoric rise to the top is cut short by a drunken idiot.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

well good history but i have some questions...

1:why i'm not good at flashs?
2:why i'm noising you?
3:why this history is so real
4:he will turn into a zombie?

Rapheus responds:

1) Practice, practice, practice, then practice some more!
2) You mean annoying me? You arent :D
3) Not sure I understand the question :/
4) Nope. Poor Lambert is dead and buried. :(


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

It's Krinkels design.

Why do people keep posting stuff that uses other people's design but they don't declare it as such? This makes a submission look like stolen content, intended or not. Guys, if I see stuff like that then I have no choice but to give a bad rating, even if the actual movie is kinda nicely done liek in this case...

Rapheus responds:

Uhhh... I credit Krinkels in the credits, champ. How is that not crediting the design?