All Right, Gentlemen!

All Right, Gentlemen!

Part of a series on Exploitables. [View Related Entries]

Updated Jul 22, 2014 at 03:42PM EDT by Brad.

Added Jun 15, 2012 at 12:55AM EDT by Ichikoro.

Like us on Facebook!

PROTIP: Press 'i' to view the image gallery, 'v' to view the video gallery, or 'r' to view a random entry.


All Right, Gentlemen! (also known as “Alright Gentlemen”) is an exploitable comic series illustrating three business men’s reaction to various proposals. The comic begins with the announcement of a brainstorm session on a videogame-related topic, followed by a panel showing an incomplete idea which is met by unimpressed silence and concludes with a panel depicting a slightly improved version of the previous idea that is met with enthusiasm, similar to the format of Reaction Guys comics. The comics are often used to criticize the business practices of video game and tech companies.


The exploitable panels come from a comic published on the Livejournal webcomic blog Hiimdaisy[2] on April 6th, 2009. The comic mocks the unoriginality of the boss characters’ names “Boss” and “Big Boss" featured in the video game Metal Gear Solid.


On June 4th, 2012, GamerRage[6] forum member Vynstein submitted a thread titled “All right, gentlemen! We need…”, which included a template for others to create edited variations of the comic. On the following day, Redditor Callan-J posted a comic titled “Pretty much sums it up”[7], which mocked the repetitive gameplay in the Call of Duty video game franchise. Within two weeks, the post received over 9,800 up votes and 490 comments.

The same day, Redditor theidlecapitalist[8] posted another example criticizing the frequency of Call of Duty posts on the /r/gaming subreddit (shown below, left) and Redditor Jazzminkey[9] submitted an example parodying new champion characters in the online strategy game League of Legends (shown below, right).

Also on June 5th, FunnyJunk[4] user kleip submitted a comic titled “All right, gentlemen!”, which featured the three businessmen reacting to themselves becoming a new meme (shown below). Within 13 days, the post received over 3,200 up votes and 145 comments. On June 7th, the Call of Duty comic was submitted to the Something Awful Forums[10] by user MailboxFullOfBombs.

Notable Examples


Search Interest

External References

Recent Videos 1 total

Recent Images 127 total

Top Comments


Alright, I don’t normally do this but I’ve replaced all the images with 9gag watermarks with non-watermarked ones because some people can’t seem to get over that. I’ve also completely re-written the entry.


You guys gotta remember that some of the greatest entries have been created by brand new members.
Just because something is created by a brand new member, doesn’t mean its not legit.

Another thing is, Im definately seeing more and more of this. It has serious potential, however it needs time.


+ Add a Comment

Comments 46 total


+ Add a Comment

Add a Comment

Howdy! You must login or signup first!