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  • mumu 05-04-2016, 04:01 PM
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  • Apophany 05-04-2016, 05:59 PM
    nana825763
    arai tasuku
    David Firth
    NightMargin
    notblu
    Ctrl+Paint
    Some others that no longer post anything ' n '
  • Ashley 05-04-2016, 06:29 PM
    I have quite a few, but here are the few main ones:

    Buckley
    CaptainDisillusion (recently subbed to this guy, he's great)
    CarlSagan42
    danooct1
    Ethan & Hila / h3h3productions
    I Hate Everything
    jacksfilms
    JonTron
    Last Week Tonight
    Lazy Game Reviews
    rogueamp
    Shoe0nHead
    sWooZie (yea cuz I'm a fag)
    Techmoan (really great videos on cameras, old electronics, etc. it's some nice, laid back fun.)
    TheWarOwl
    trihex
    YMS
  • Clickbait 05-06-2016, 09:38 AM
    Figured I'd post an update on what I'm subscribed to.
    • AncientReality - Makes nice animations
    • Anxiety War - Guy is like the modern day Chris Hansen
    • Aunty Donna - Comedy skits
    • BritbongReturns - Second Life trolling and commentary videos
    • Chosen - Internet news/commentaries
    • Cinemassacre - Subbed for Angry Video Game Nerd, it's a pity that they rarely make any AVGN content anymore and instead flood their other less interesting stuff.
    • Colossal Is Crazy - Makes videos about youtube content
    • CreamBRabbit - voice acting, with her real voice
    • Dolan Dark - Makes nice animations
    • Escapist - Subbed for Yahtzee
    • Ethan and Hila - Commentary videos
    • friendlyjordies - Satire about current events in Australia
    • Frenchy SungaAttack - Australian comedy skits
    • Gorillaz - Goooood music, am hyped for their new album this year
    • GradeAUnderA - Makes rant videos
    • h3h3Productions - Reaction videos
    • Hydraulic Press Channel - Stuff getting crushed is strangly relaxing
    • iDubbbzTV - idk how to describe his channel, but I guess everyone here would already know anyway
    • I Hate Everything - Reaction/commentary videos
    • Larry Bundy Jr - Gaming facts and reviews
    • Maddox - Rant videos
    • NFKRZ - Commentary videos
    • Philip DeFranco - Internet news
    • Planet Dolan - Interesting list videos
    • PrettyGrumpyBear - Asian chick that does Yandere simulator bug testing.
    • ROCKCOCK64 - Makes great gaming videos, a little dead tho
    • Scarce - Gaming/internet news
    • SciShow - Science stuff
    • Shoe0nHead - Feminist debunking and stuff
    • Sips - Does nice gameplay; mostly just watch his Rust series.
    • THE BEST GAMERS - Make great gaming reviews, a little dead too
    • The Prank Reviewer - Exposes prank channels for being fake
    • TheRoundaboutCrew - Comedy skits
    • Views on News - New Gaming/internet news channel that promises to not be clickbait like every other gaming/internet news channel
    • You Suck At Cooking - Cooking videos
  • mayunaise 05-06-2016, 01:39 PM
  • All in One 01-08-2017, 01:55 PM
    I had around a couple dozen subscriptions a few years back, mostly gaming stuff, but these days it's pretty much dwindled down to just Red Letter Media. Best of the Worst is a godsend.
  • MAUSJAUS 01-08-2017, 04:26 PM
    Lazy Game Reviews is a good Youtube channel. Has the perfect mix of modern and vintage stuff, plus Clint seems like a chill guy.
  • All in One 05-26-2017, 12:38 AM
    After kinda forgetting that he even existed for awhile I've revisited ProtonJonSA, mostly because I was told that he was still releasing new episodes of his Superman 64 Let's Play. At the rate he's at now he might actually finish before 2020. It's also been literal ages since I've viewed any of his classic content so this'll be a nice refresher.
  • All in One 06-19-2017, 02:14 PM
    Recently I stumbled upon a rather small channel by the name of Fredrik Knudsen. He makes a series called Down the Rabbit Hole where he provides in-depth overviews of certain topics. What is covered by him includes more widely known subjects such as DarksydePhil and Chris-chan but also more obscure oddities like Empress Theresa. The videos are well put together and fairly informative. I learned a lot about Star Citizen from his video on it and it changed my overall outlook toward the game.
  • Backlash 06-19-2017, 04:06 PM (Edited 06-19-2017, 04:07 PM)
    (05-26-2017, 12:38 AM)All in One Wrote: After kinda forgetting that he even existed for awhile I've revisited ProtonJonSA, mostly because I was told that he was still releasing new episodes of his Superman 64 Let's Play. At the rate he's at now he might actually finish before 2020. It's also been literal ages since I've viewed any of his classic content so this'll be a nice refresher.


    Man, whatever happened to the last generation of LPers? The ones who put out ten-minute segments just for fun. Nowadays it might seem like YT's gotten stale, but that's just 'cuz large for-profit channels (or groups of channels) totally eclipsed them.

    That's not to say they're gone, though! One of my favorite old-school LPers, Frankomatic, still regularly puts out videos, as does NakaTeeli and Raocow. If you're interested in super-chill commentary over obscure old games, I'd totes check him out. :3
  • malmon 06-19-2017, 04:22 PM (Edited 06-19-2017, 04:22 PM)
    ashens - If you like deadpan reviews of poorly made action figures, classic games, loot boxes, and poundland stuff, he's your guy.
    bigclivedotcom - Takes apart electronics, usually cheap chinese ones, explains how they work, and what's wrong with them. Occasionally blows stuff up.
  • Steph 06-20-2017, 08:37 AM
    (06-19-2017, 04:22 PM)malmon Wrote: bigclivedotcom - Takes apart electronics, usually cheap chinese ones, explains how they work, and what's wrong with them. Occasionally blows stuff up.


    and has a fantastic beard
  • All in One 07-15-2017, 01:36 PM
    Summoning Salt's World Record Progression series has quickly become a favorite of mine. In each video he gives a summary of the history surrounding speed runs of certain games and how they evolved over time, with the exception of the video on Donkey Kong. They're presented in a very competitive like narrative that feels a bit like watching a sports documentary which will keep you engaged in what's going on even if you don't care that much about speed running in general or the game that is being talked about.
  • Hexd 07-28-2017, 10:01 PM (Edited 07-28-2017, 10:03 PM)
    (05-06-2016, 01:39 PM)mayunaise Wrote:


    wow that's a lot of work put into your list. Nice job.

    (01-08-2017, 11:40 AM)moeki Wrote: i really like pause and select because they do in-depth analysis of anime, manga and the philosophy behind them as well as commentary on society in japan, without any clutter. the videos just say what they say without trying to force it to be appealing to a wide array of people which i love. i think i've found a new favourite to watch and drink tea to. <3


    I recently found this channel, I'm suprised it has such low amount of views. You'd probably really like Nerdwriter1 and KaptainKristian the latter being one of my favorite.
  • All in One 02-26-2018, 12:06 AM
    A friend of mine recently introduced me to an old YouTube series called Marble Hornets. You get an idea of what it's about prety quickly but it's still been fun to watch. It was finished almost four years ago so it can be safely marathoned without having to worry about updates.
  • GlassMoon 02-26-2018, 04:53 AM (Edited 02-26-2018, 04:55 AM)
    (02-26-2018, 12:06 AM)All in One Wrote: A friend of mine recently introduced me to an old YouTube series called Marble Hornets. You get an idea of what it's about prety quickly but it's still been fun to watch. It was finished almost four years ago so it can be safely marathoned without having to worry about updates.


    Ah, this was the glory days of /x/ and creepypasta before the preteens memed them into oblivion.

    The imitation ARG Tribe Twelve was my personal favorite. The acting in it was a little hammy which might make it more difficult to suspend disbelief for some, but it made it a lot less boring, I think (not that Marble Hornets was boring, this one was just easier to throw on and keep watching):

    https://www.youtube.com/user/TribeTwelve/videos

    It never got wrapped up as neatly as Marble Hornets, but at its best I liked it a lot more.
  • All in One 07-17-2018, 07:27 PM
    I just watched Ahoy's epic documentary on Polybius. Gonna check out the one on Monkey Island next. This guy puts out some seriously high quality content.
  • Backlash 07-17-2018, 11:20 PM
    (07-17-2018, 07:27 PM)All in One Wrote: I just watched Ahoy's epic documentary on Polybius. Gonna check out the one on Monkey Island next. This guy puts out some seriously high quality content.


    Haah, I was wondering when someone I knew would find Ahoy. Every time he uploads, I find myself enraptured from start to finish.

    My favorite video of his would have to be AK-47., if only for the poetry of his final line. Don't read till you've watched it to the end.

    [spoiler]"With its widespread use, the weapon can be counted alongside the most basic of tools. -- The hammer; the sickle; the AK-47."[/spoiler]
  • All in One 04-08-2019, 09:06 PM
    Kenny Lauderdale's a cool guy. His content is basically /vr/ but for anime which feels a niche that I'd badly wanted filled. He mostly does short shitpost like clips but occasionally does longer form videos that I find to be pretty interesting. His videos on Nora are his most well known but this is what I consider to be his best video.

  • kchn 05-11-2019, 11:56 PM
    I am absolutely enamored with kiwami japan, who uploads videos of cleaning knives or creating them out of non-metal materials and testing them. I know absolutely nothing about the person behind it but its just a fascinating channel.

    Nexpo/Nightmare Expo, Nightmare Masterclass, Scare Theatre and Reignbot are p good for spooky things of various kinds.

    And Super Eyepatch Wolf is a wonderful anime reviewer and has done two really great videos on Pro Wrestling.
  • kchn 05-13-2019, 10:48 PM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjqzMggoYPQ

    Id now like to add Dad to this list.
  • Alkalime 09-05-2019, 12:00 PM
  • All in One 11-08-2019, 08:27 PM (Edited 11-08-2019, 08:28 PM)
    If you haven't seen any of Geno Samuel's Chris Chan: A Comprehensive History I'd highly recommend checking it out. As the name would suggest it is a very detailed summary of CWC's life up to the present. And I do mean very detailed. There are currently 25 parts out, each clocking in at around 40 minutes, and he's still only just reached 2010. The level of quality in it is also on par with a professional documentary so even if you aren't interested in the CWC lore I would still recommend it as background noise because of how well made it is. Currently on a monthly release schedule so if you marathon and get caught up be aware of content drought.
  • kchn 12-02-2019, 03:28 AM
    You bet I keep up with the CWC docus. I'm really fascinated especially by the earlier life bits so I've re-watched those a few times. "Plautistic. A plant that's autistic" is one of the earliest OC cwc pokemon cards and it legitimately puts a smile on my face every single time.
  • Backlash 12-02-2019, 01:02 PM (Edited 12-02-2019, 01:03 PM)
    (12-02-2019, 03:28 AM)kchn Wrote: You bet I keep up with the CWC docus. I'm really fascinated especially by the earlier life bits so I've re-watched those a few times. "Plautistic. A plant that's autistic" is one of the earliest OC cwc pokemon cards and it legitimately puts a smile on my face every single time.


    I can't help but feel sorry for the poor guy, ya know? I feel he coulda turned out a lot better if he had better parents, but it is what it is.

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