I hate to post two reviews at the same time. Anyways, here's the stuff: This was my best illustrated entry for PLS. I'm not 100% satisfied with it, though I'm not sure if there's much more I can add. But I love the concept, and I had been saving it for a long time. Anyways, in-depth review please, unless you happen to find it's of high quality, and doesn't need much work (not that I expect one way or the other, but you know). No need to rush. And in accordance with the customs and wishes of the local fish traders, tonight's secret word, unfortunately is not Mudshark. Tonight's secret word, is Dragon Master! -RAHB 08:13, 24 August 2008 (UTC)
I reckon the article presents the comedic aspects of the play reasonably well, and it's accessible to an audience wider then your average football article. The lack of momentary highlights is compensated for by the continued prevalence of the satire.
Very interesting, and perhaps unique concept. Well established and reinforced throughout the entire article. The subject matter is also polished, and the concept is strong.
Prose and formatting:
The larger blocks of text are arduous at times, and the lack of some links causes some monotony in the reading department. Otherwise, it checks out as a well formatted article, without any real issues in the Prose or Formatting. A few more links (with possible gags) could lift this to an easy 8 or 9.
Lovely work with photoshop and the authentic play-book images. Perhaps one more couldn't hurt, but it's just fine they way it is.
It's good,, it's funny, but it's lacking a little bit of zest. It's got a lot of potential, and has been well realised. It could be put on VFH, but I suggest a few tweaks first.
Whilst funny, it's not perfect. You could jazz it up a bit, and there's a good chance it'll do well on VFH. Nothing overly wrong with it, and a lot of things right with it, but lacking just a small amount of finesse. Sharpen up the article, with a few minor changes to formatting and add in a few more easy jokes, and you should have a winner on your hands.