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Share the Youtube Channels

Terra Novan

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So, I have been thinking, I like these Youtube channels. Many of them are popular, but some of them are not.

So I decided to make a thread where we share our favorite Youtube Channel(s). Maybe we could find some obscure channels that are good/likable and share them.

The Rules are:
1. You post a link or embed the video from the Channel(s), whatever they are.
2. If it is a relatively obscure Channel, the better.

I am starting with:


James Tullos, not as well known as Terrible Writing Advice or Overly Sarcastic Productions, but I like this guy and agree with a lot of his opinions on books and literature, and he doesn't go overtly political or toxic.
 

Alias

Bean Daddy
Moderator

Not an obscure channel by subscriber count though I only first saw one of his videos back this summer. Basically the guy records chefs often making Teppanyaki style food. Very relaxing to watch.

 

t-dugong

The cutest creature of the seven seas, Esq.

A video essayist, he's an anime comentator/critique. Lovely voice, good videos so far.
 

Alias

Bean Daddy
Moderator

Toy Galaxy is a growing channel on Youtube that as the name would suggest do videos about toys, action figures. They also cover some pop culture and the histories of both popular and forgotten franchises.
 

Lerticus

Senile Old Coot
Communism
Want to look good and get attention? Dress like a real gentleman.


Much more than the random blogs and "dos-and-don'ts" channels that repeat shit without having the deeper knowledge of gentleman's fashion.
 

Alias

Bean Daddy
Moderator

A channel that got recommended by Youtube recommendations. I've seen him joke at least once about people wondering why his videos keep popping up in their recommendations. Anyway his channel covers video game and film flops. Good example of that being his Wha Happun series. I've gotten a good few laughs from watching those videos. He's got a number different type of show formats but the only other one I'm familiar with is Crymetina Reviews, Matt's wife does fashion critiques of video game characters costumes.
 

Alias

Bean Daddy
Moderator

A small youtube channel where the Red Bard mainly covers topics about anime, manga and the culture among other things. Rather humorous at times in the videos. The video about Yaoi Paddles was very funny.
 

Alias

Bean Daddy
Moderator

A video game channel that covers ports of various video games, history of certain video game hardware and as well video game reviews among other things.
 
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Lerticus

Senile Old Coot
Communism

Almost half a million subs, but still a smaller niche. Pissing off scammers is wonderful.


A smaller movie review show that doesn't just do the thing of the week but goes deeper into the film making process. The Deep Dive videos take some real stinkers of movies and watches them as a group, often finding some interesting things in movies generally thought to be terrible.
 

Alias

Bean Daddy
Moderator

So Browntable is a channel that does video essays and commentary on various film, animations and anime. Uses some comedy to liven up his video's.
 

Jakarta

Cutest Mod
Moderator

It's a Korean channel focused on an Indonesian audience. I don't watch his content quite often, but It's really interesting seeing this types of channel flourish.

This types of channel is also surprisingly growing. Apparently my country's youtube viewers really like Korean content.
 

Alias

Bean Daddy
Moderator

Group of youtubers based in Lebanon. Basically they go around Beirut scaring the crap out of people. I'd recommend the mannequin videos, pretty funny and the thing that really boosted the popularity of their channel two years ago.
 

Alias

Bean Daddy
Moderator

Does videos on the history of companies, marketing strategies, also some about corporate rivalry.
 

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