OK, I've been lucky enough to have two very detailed and helpful reviews on this, and I've tried to take them both on board. Now I'm pushing my luck and hoping for a third good review (note: that's good as in "detailed", not good as in "high score"!)
I think that this is going to be a rather short review (compared to my others) because I'm finding it hard to find fault here. I'm going to try real hard to give you some advice on improving this article. Your opening? Hilarious. Your ending? Hilarious. Your body? A little dry. As much as I love the head and the tail of this article, it lacks guts. It's not terrible, (obviously, from the score) it just needs to be a tad more interesting. Other than that, I love this article. The ending was by far the best.
Great idea for an article, considering I've never heard of UnMysteries: before. (I didn't read J'accuse) Everything about the way this was set up reeks of innovative humor. I'm probably not the right person to review an article like this one, I gush too much when I get an article I really like from an author I really like. =/
Prose and formatting:
Also very nice, of course you're a pro with formatting an article of this nature, no problem there. My only complaint is that Ludo's heavy accent makes it a bit unreadable. I think that if you eased up on that just a tiny bit, it would be perfect.
Amazing images. All of these pictures were well done, appropriate, well placed, and just the right amount. No room for improvement here. Fantastic work.
I wanted to comment on how accurate your facts are, which is what makes this such a funny article. They keep telling us that the truth is funnier than lies, and all of your little historical allusions here certainly make for a good example of that. Nice work.
Overall, it was really hard to find fault here, and as you can see, I did a bad job of looking for it. I suck. This article has officially beaten me. It's just solid. Let me know if you want to make any changes before I nom this.