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Ella

I enjoyed the art and the story is good!

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Pengyu

I liked the idea of adding irony to this unique storyline at the end of the movie. It was depressing to see the journalist who wanted to discover the truth end up being one of the missing persons.
My suggestion is that I think if you could add more minor beats and details to each section, the whole story can be presented more clearly and completely. Good job!

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Jack

I thought that the general metaphor of politicians not being who they pretend to be got across quite well and I found the story amusing. Adding more to the investigation would make the reveal a little satisfying but overall I really like your story and I can't wait to see your final product.

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Kelvin

The art is a little inconsistent and the cows did not have ties at the end but the story was very unique.

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Claire

very cute! I'm a fan of the blue lineart. I do think you could try importing more of a moral or theme. Other than that, it's very slay good job

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Abdulla

Great artwork, and I really liked the story!

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Destiny

great artwork and story!

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James

I do like the story and the moral does make sense if you think about it.

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Franklin

I like much the history.

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Alejandro

great plot

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Jose

Great story!

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Alan

I like your story

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Marco

I like the story, drawings, and the fact that it's funny

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Luis

I like the drawings the story and the moral but I wonder is they were real cows or just people wearing customs of cows

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Luis

This was hilarious! I love how charming your art is!

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Ella

Great job! I think that something you should clarify is how the missing farmers and the cows are connected.

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Ella

But great work overall!

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Gina

great story! the cows looked amazing haha

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Sanne

I really like your story, it is very funny! I like your art too!

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Rushmi

I really like how the moral of your story is a simple yet meaningful one delivered by a comical story. I think it might be better, though, to end the story with a shot of someone finding the poster of Ethan Wright, to kind of circle back to the beginning :)

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Mattie

I love this story and think it is hilarious. I am a little confused about where Ethan works, does he work for a company or freelance, or neither and only aspires to be a journalist? Also, where does he live/work? I love the twist on The New York Times so I assume NY but I'm not sure. Also, the art is amazing, really great work overall!

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