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30th Sep '16 4:23:05 AM RyRodrigo
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* ElRodrigo: Planet Dolan went downhill for me during the change in format from him doing the videos in a mellow, relaxing voice, to being OH SO WACKY in his new ones. That, and I'm not fond of the rotating roster, either. I subscribed because of DOLAN, not his amazing friends.
28th Sep '16 9:24:52 PM pgj1997
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* Troper/Pgj1997: I don't watch [[Creator/FrederatorStudios ChannelFrederator]]'s 107 Facts series. For one, the videos are way too long for me to get through in one sitting, and it's a given that they cheaply pad out the lists by giving each individual fact it's own entry, as opposed to grouping facts together like any other list would do, on a regular basis. Though, out of curiosity, I watched the episode on WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug, being a fan of the show. Simply put, this video doesn't give a good first impression. To start off, the person they picked for this list has a very dull, clearly uninterested voice. Not only does this not do a good job of keeping the viewer engaged, which you need for a video that's almost half an hour long, but there's plenty of other Frederator Studios members that could have done the job better, including people that did previous lists in the series. To pour salt on the wound, the voice is accompanied by bad audio quality, significantly lowering the video's presentation. Did I mention this channel is a [=YouTube=] partner? The list itself isn't any better though. Most of the list consists of nothing but facts that most of the fans already know about at this point, or bottom-of-the-barrel entries like {{Shout Out}}s and animation errors, which are petty at best. A few stand out entries on the list as follows. Fact number 9 is... a list of anime that Creator/ToeiAnimation worked on previously. Okay, ignoring the fact that Toei has a small part in the production of this show, how is this relevant to the topic at hand? The only show they list that's even remotely similar to Miraculous Ladybug is Anime/SailorMoon, [[CaptainObvious as if that wasn't obvious enough]]. Just because a company worked on more than one show doesn't mean it warrants a spot on the list, especially a big name company like Toei. Fact number 12 is the fact that the show uses {{Transformation Sequence}}s. Which is a given, considering [[MagicalGirl the show's genre]]. Also, they call them "lengthy", even though they only last about 15 seconds in the actual show. Fact number 50 is, and I quote "In the Toei PV, the Louve gets blown up, and the Arch De Triomph is cut in half by a pillar of light. I mean, what's a superhero hero story without a city being completely demolished?" How is this a fact that warrants its own entry? This isn't interesting in the slightest, and people who already watched the PV already know this. And fact number 107 is... the fact that season 2 and 3 are confirmed. Really anticlimactic, isn't it? You can tell they were really scrapped for ideas, and just threw this together anyway. All of this could've easily been avoided if they just waited for more episodes to come out, thus creating more material to work with, instead of piggybacking off the show's surprise success just for a quick cash grab.

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* Troper/Pgj1997: I don't watch [[Creator/FrederatorStudios ChannelFrederator]]'s 107 Facts series. For one, the videos are way too long for me to get through in one sitting, and it's a given that they cheaply pad out the lists by giving each individual fact it's own entry, as opposed to grouping facts together like any other list would do, on a regular basis. Though, out of curiosity, I watched the episode on WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug, being a fan of the show. Simply put, this video doesn't give a good first impression. To start off, the person they picked for this list has a very dull, clearly uninterested voice. Not only does this not do a good job of keeping the viewer engaged, which you need for a video that's almost half an hour long, but there's plenty of other Frederator Studios members that could have done the job better, including people that did previous lists in the series. To pour salt on the wound, the voice is accompanied by bad audio quality, significantly lowering the video's presentation. Did I mention this channel is a [=YouTube=] partner? The list itself isn't any better though. Most of the list consists of nothing but facts that most of the fans already know about at this point, or bottom-of-the-barrel entries like {{Shout Out}}s and animation errors, which are petty at best. A few stand out entries on the list are as follows. Fact number 9 is... a list of anime that Creator/ToeiAnimation worked on previously. Okay, ignoring the fact that Toei has a small part in the production of this show, how is this relevant to the topic at hand? The only show they list that's even remotely similar to Miraculous Ladybug is Anime/SailorMoon, [[CaptainObvious as if that wasn't obvious enough]]. Just because a company worked on more than one show doesn't mean it warrants a spot on the list, especially a big name company like Toei. Fact number 12 is the fact that the show uses {{Transformation Sequence}}s. Which is a given, considering [[MagicalGirl the show's genre]]. Also, they call them "lengthy", even though they only last about 15 seconds in the actual show. Fact number 50 is, and I quote "In the Toei PV, the Louve gets blown up, and the Arch De Triomph is cut in half by a pillar of light. I mean, what's a superhero hero story without a city being completely demolished?" How is this a fact that warrants its own entry? This isn't interesting in the slightest, and people who already watched the PV already know this. And fact number 107 is... the fact that season 2 and 3 are confirmed. Really anticlimactic, isn't it? You can tell they were really scrapped for ideas, and just threw this together anyway. All of this could've easily been avoided if they just waited for more episodes to come out, thus creating more material to work with, instead of piggybacking off the show's surprise success just for a quick cash grab.
28th Sep '16 2:52:16 PM fairygirl567
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*** EverythingIsAwful: And the fact that they seem to be jamming their fingers in their ears and ignoring the criticism they have gotten for [[spoiler:Pyrrha's death]] makes it worse. Unless it's undone I will no longer be watching it, shame too that it will end up like so many anime where the fanfiction is better than the actual thing.

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*** EverythingIsAwful: And the fact that they seem ***Everything is awful: Even if she's best off Achilles who died early in life, it still came off as too soon. It's sad no one thought to be jamming their fingers in their ears and ignoring the criticism they have gotten at least keep her around for [[spoiler:Pyrrha's death]] makes it worse. Unless a bit longer. I sure hope it's undone I will no longer be watching it, shame too that it will end up like so many anime where the fanfiction is better than the actual thing.reversed.
28th Sep '16 9:09:54 AM chucknormie
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* Troper/{{chucknormie}}: While I think [=LeafyIsHere=] is a youtuber who is mediocre at best, what with his unfunny humor, selectively chosen game footage to make him appear as godlike at video games as possible, and bad editing, "THE KEEMSTAR RANT" is when his channel jumped the shark for me. The entire video is just one giant mess of {{hypocri|te}}sy. None of the criticisms leveled at Keem are original; they've been used by other channels before, and several of the criticisms Leafy says could also easily apply to himself. Not only that, but Leafy used to actually be friends with Keem, but never brings it up! The entire video was just Calvin activating his hero complex in the most obnoxious way possible, and I'm sure I'm not the only one who cheered when [=iDubbbzTV=] absolutely roasted him in his "Content Cop" series for many of the reasons I've brought up here.
27th Sep '16 3:40:24 PM fairygirl567
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* fairygirl567: On there list of, "Top 10 Huge Events Completely Overshadowed By Other Events" one of the chocies and it wqas pretty high on the list, the pilot of doctor who overshadowed by John F. Kennedy's death... I'm not kidding. Someone at watchmojo really thought the death of man who had his brain blown out from a siper overshadowed a pilot episode to a series that wasn't even that big until way later in time. The two things happenedeed ifn different countries for crying out loud! Like someone actually wrote that out. Did no one see this as odd to put the death of man next to tv show pilot. I love Doctor Who but it was not overshadowed by a man's death! The pilot of Doctor Who is a huge event that was overshadowed and the way the title goes these are enevets that nobody noticed, well Doctor Who is still on so why is it on this list?
27th Sep '16 6:49:58 AM pgj1997
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* Troper/Pgj1997: I don't watch [[Creator/FrederatorStudios ChannelFrederator]]'s 107 Facts series. For one, the videos are way too long for me to get through in one sitting, and it's a given that they cheaply pad out the lists by giving each individual fact it's own entry, as opposed to grouping facts together like any other list would do, on a regular basis. Though, out of curiosity, I watched the episode on WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug, being a fan of the show. Simply put, this video doesn't give a good first impression. To start off, the person they picked for this list has a very dull, clearly uninterested voice. Not only does this not do a good job of keeping the viewer engaged, which you need for a video that's almost half an hour long, but there's plenty of other Frederator Studios members that could have done the job better, including people that did previous lists in the series. To pour salt on the wound, the voice is accompanied by bad audio quality, significantly lowering the video's presentation. Did I mention this channel is a [=YouTube=] partner? The list itself isn't any better though. Most of the list consists of nothing but facts that most of the fans already know about at this point, or bottom-of-the-barrel entries like {{Shout Out}}s and animation errors, which are petty at best. A few stand out entries on the list as follows. Fact number 9 is... a list of anime that Creator/ToeiAnimation worked on previously. Okay, ignoring the fact that Toei has a small part in the production of this show, how is this relevant to the topic at hand? The only show they list that's even remotely similar to Miraculous Ladybug is Anime/SailorMoon, [[CaptainObvious as if that wasn't obvious enough]]. Just because a company worked on more than one show doesn't mean it warrants a spot on the list, especially a big name company like Toei. Fact number 12 is the fact that the show uses {{Transformation Sequence}}s. Which is a given, considering [[MagicalGirl the show's genre]]. Also, they call them "lengthy", even though they only last about 15 seconds in the actual show. Fact number 50 is, and I quote "In the Toei PV, the Louve gets blown up, and the Arch De Triomph is cut in half by a pillar of light. I mean, what's a superhero hero story without a city being completely demolished?" How is this a fact that warrants its own entry? This isn't interesting in the slightest, and people who already watched the PV already know this. And fact number 107 is... the fact that season 2 and 3 are confirmed. Really anticlimactic, isn't it? You can tell they were really scrapped for ideas, and just threw this together anyway. All of this could've easily been avoided if they just waited for more episodes to come out, thus creating more material to work with, instead of piggybacking off the show's surprise success just for a quick cash grab.
24th Sep '16 8:48:25 AM AFreakyDude
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** SenorCornholio: I second that, though I'm a little more critical on this video. I have more problems in mind, such as AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog actually being considered a remake for this list (though I do appreciate him not blindly bashing SonicUnderground like most tend to do), and calling ExtemeGhostbusters a remake when it's a continuation. Aside from that, most of the other entries were understandable, then the [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]] entry comes up and my eyes light up in confusion for all the reasons listed above. Even as a person who also isn't the biggest fan of [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]], I can say this was a dumb choice; even when RebelTaxi also just wants the franchise to die, he didn't put it at numero freaking uno. Seriously, to put this over the likes of [[spoiler: TeenTitansGo]] and [[spoiler: Yo Yogi]] is mind-boggling to say the least, since [[spoiler: TTG]] at its worst actually goes out of its way to insult its own critics and [[spoiler: Yo Yogi]] was one of the most 90's-pandering shows of all time. Not even the [[DorkAge worst of]] [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]] is that bad; at worst it gets stale and repetitive like he says, which would be a good reason to put at least some entries in the franchise on this list, but nowhere near #1. What's more is that he barely mentions most of them aside from the infamous terror of [[spoiler: Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get a Clue]] and the divisive series that is [[spoiler: Be Cool, Scooby-Doo]] as if he hardly saw any of the other shows. I'd have appreciated it if he said "not all of these are bad, mind you, but the majority tend to be mediocre at best", but he didn't. So now, we have to assume that he blindly hates [[spoiler: the earlier direct to video movies]] and [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo: Mystery Incorporated]], which are considered silver linings in the franchise. I do like PhantomStrider's videos most of the time, but this was quite the big stinker for him. And I sincerely pray it does not occur again.

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** SenorCornholio: I second that, though I'm a little more critical on this video. I have more problems in mind, such as AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog actually being considered a remake for this list (though I do appreciate him not blindly bashing SonicUnderground like most tend to do), and calling ExtemeGhostbusters WesternAnimation/ExtemeGhostbusters a remake when it's a continuation. Aside from that, most of the other entries were understandable, then the [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]] entry comes up and my eyes light up in confusion for all the reasons listed above. Even as a person who also isn't the biggest fan of [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]], I can say this was a dumb choice; even when RebelTaxi also just wants the franchise to die, he didn't put it at numero freaking uno. Seriously, to put this over the likes of [[spoiler: TeenTitansGo]] and [[spoiler: Yo Yogi]] is mind-boggling to say the least, since [[spoiler: TTG]] at its worst actually goes out of its way to insult its own critics and [[spoiler: Yo Yogi]] was one of the most 90's-pandering shows of all time. Not even the [[DorkAge worst of]] [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]] is that bad; at worst it gets stale and repetitive like he says, which would be a good reason to put at least some entries in the franchise on this list, but nowhere near #1. What's more is that he barely mentions most of them aside from the infamous terror of [[spoiler: Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get a Clue]] and the divisive series that is [[spoiler: Be Cool, Scooby-Doo]] as if he hardly saw any of the other shows. I'd have appreciated it if he said "not all of these are bad, mind you, but the majority tend to be mediocre at best", but he didn't. So now, we have to assume that he blindly hates [[spoiler: the earlier direct to video movies]] and [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo: Mystery Incorporated]], which are considered silver linings in the franchise. I do like PhantomStrider's videos most of the time, but this was quite the big stinker for him. And I sincerely pray it does not occur again.
21st Sep '16 2:31:23 PM KiraDoom
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* Kira Doom: The Aura Guardian's "VideoGame/{{Pokemon}} With Odd Gender Ratios". As someone who ''hates'' gender stereotypes, I should have known this was going to be bad, but I was still curious. And it wasn't just as bad as i expected; it was ''[[FromBadToWorse worse]]''. Pointing out that feminine-looking Pokemon can actually be male (or masculine-looking Pokemon can be female) isn't bad on it's own, he keeps saying that [[UnfortunateImplications it's weird how some Pokemon don't conform to a certain appearance, almost as if it's a bad thing]]. He also keeps forgetting that while some Pokemon can invoke DudeLooksLikeALady or LadyLooksLikeADude, in most cases, Pokemon who aren't the gender they appear to be are usually ''still the minority''. This makes it seem like the Aura Guardian doesn't want ''any'' Pokemon to look like one gender and be another, which adds even more UnfortunateImplications. It doesn't help that he states these ratios and/or shows them onscreen. But what offended me the most was a sketch in the video: the video's guest star doesn't believe that one of the mentioned Pokemon has an "odd" gender ratio, then turns and talks to a plush toy of a Spritzee. He assumes the Spritzee is a female, [[UnsettlingGenderReveal but then "she" speaks in a deep, manly voice, and the guy is shocked]]. This whole thing makes it seem like defying gender norms is bad, and as a proud feminist who doesn't believe that gender norms should exist, it left a sour, bitter taste.
17th Sep '16 4:25:47 PM SenorCornholio
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** shonengirl: Third. This is hands down, the worst thing in the history of his channel. Two things I [[BerserkButton absolutely hate]] are when reviewers seem to know little about what they're talking about, and when they lump things of varying quality into one mass and declare them all bad/judge them all solely on the quality of some of them or an unfortunate DorkAge. Basically, I despise CriticalResearchFailure... And him putting every single Scooby-Doo reboot on that list just screamed both of these things. Okay Strider, what about the Tom and Jerry, Ninja Turtles, anything Mickey Mouse related, and Looney Toons reboots, are ''they'' bad too because their franchises have been around for a long time and have truckloads of reboots? No? Actually, what ''about'' Tom and Jerry? It's also a Hanna-Barbera franchise that has been around forever, if not even longer than Scooby-Doo, but he conveniently forgets that, doesn't he? There are many LongRunners that continue to be loved to this day, so by this logic they're all bad simply because they've been around to see the civil rights movement... [[SarcasmMode Sure, Strider, sure]]. Mystery Incorporated was actually pretty solid and had deviated quite a bit from the normal episodic format, not to mention the series fills in a western animation niche that doesn't get filled often in the modern day, the genre of mystery. The only other modern cartoon in this genre I can think of is Gravity Falls, which ended, while Scooby-Doo will continue filling this niche with a fresh new take every time. Oh yeah, what about counting movies as reboots? ...HUH? I've disagreed with him before, sure, but respected his opinion because he's a genuinely nice person, and is so reasonable even in his negative lists; this was the only time I ever cringed at this guy's content ever. I'm not even a huge fan of Scooby-Doo, but this was just ''bad''. It just really reminds me of those people who think Pokemon is a series consisting of the same game released over and over again, or whining that Nintendo has no innovation despite many of their franchises evolving over the years. To make it worse, I criticised him for this, and if I didn't accidentally delete it, he apparently removed my comment. Come on, Strider, I expect more from you! Oh yeah, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking how the hell is Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog a reboot?! Shouldn't video game adaptations have a list of their own?]]

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** shonengirl: Third. This is hands down, the worst thing in the history of his channel. Two things I [[BerserkButton absolutely hate]] are when reviewers seem to know little about what they're talking about, and when they lump things of varying quality into one mass and declare them all bad/judge them all solely on the quality of some of them or an unfortunate DorkAge. Basically, I despise CriticalResearchFailure... And him putting every single Scooby-Doo reboot on that list just screamed both of these things. Okay Strider, what about the Tom and Jerry, Ninja Turtles, anything Mickey Mouse related, and Looney Toons reboots, are ''they'' bad too because their franchises have been around for a long time and have truckloads of reboots? No? Actually, what ''about'' Tom and Jerry? It's also a Hanna-Barbera franchise that has been around forever, if not even longer than Scooby-Doo, but he conveniently forgets that, doesn't he? There are many LongRunners that continue to be loved to this day, so by this logic they're all bad simply because they've been around to see the civil rights movement... [[SarcasmMode Sure, Strider, sure]]. Mystery Incorporated was actually pretty solid and had deviated quite a bit from the normal episodic format, not to mention the series fills in a western animation niche that doesn't get filled often in the modern day, the genre of mystery. The only other modern cartoon in this genre I can think of is Gravity Falls, which ended, while Scooby-Doo will continue filling this niche with a fresh new take every time. Oh yeah, what about counting movies as reboots? ...HUH? I've disagreed with him before, sure, but respected his opinion because he's a genuinely nice person, and is so reasonable even in his negative lists; this was the only time I ever cringed at this guy's content ever. I'm not even a huge fan of Scooby-Doo, but this was just ''bad''. It just really reminds me of those people who think Pokemon Pokémon is a series consisting of the same game released over and over again, or whining that Nintendo has no innovation despite many of their franchises evolving over the years. To make it worse, I criticised him for this, and if I didn't accidentally delete it, he apparently removed my comment. Come on, Strider, I expect more from you! Oh yeah, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking how the hell is Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog a reboot?! Shouldn't video game adaptations have a list of their own?]]
17th Sep '16 4:22:56 PM SenorCornholio
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** SenorCornholio: I second that, though I'm a little more critical on this video. I have more problems in mind, such as AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog actually being considered a remake for this list (though I do appreciate him not blindly bashing SonicUnderground like most tend to do), and calling ExtemeGhostbusters a remake when it's a continuation. Aside from that, most of the other entries were understandable, then the [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]] entry comes up and my eyes light up in confusion for all the reasons listed above. Even as a person who also isn't the biggest fan of [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]], I can say this was a dumb choice; even when RebelTaxi also just wants the franchise to die, he didn't put it at numero freaking uno. Seriously, to put this over the likes of [[spoiler: TeenTitansGo]] and [[spoiler: Yo Yogi]] is mind-boggling to say the least, especially since at their worst they are from from as bad (though can still be pretty bad). What's more is that he barely mentions most of them aside from the infamous terror of [[spoiler: Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get a Clue]] and the divisive series that is [[spoiler: Be Cool, Scooby-Doo]] as if he hardly saw any of the other shows. I'd have appreciated it if he said "not all of these are bad, mind you, but the majority tend to be mediocre at best", but he didn't. So now, we have to assume that he blindly hates [[spoiler: the earlier direct to video movies]] and [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo: Mystery Incorporated]], which are considered silver linings in the franchise. I do like PhantomStrider's videos most of the time, but this was quite the big stinker for him. And I sincerely pray it does not occur again.

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** SenorCornholio: I second that, though I'm a little more critical on this video. I have more problems in mind, such as AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog actually being considered a remake for this list (though I do appreciate him not blindly bashing SonicUnderground like most tend to do), and calling ExtemeGhostbusters a remake when it's a continuation. Aside from that, most of the other entries were understandable, then the [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]] entry comes up and my eyes light up in confusion for all the reasons listed above. Even as a person who also isn't the biggest fan of [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]], I can say this was a dumb choice; even when RebelTaxi also just wants the franchise to die, he didn't put it at numero freaking uno. Seriously, to put this over the likes of [[spoiler: TeenTitansGo]] and [[spoiler: Yo Yogi]] is mind-boggling to say the least, especially since [[spoiler: TTG]] at their its worst they are from from as bad (though can still actually goes out of its way to insult its own critics and [[spoiler: Yo Yogi]] was one of the most 90's-pandering shows of all time. Not even the [[DorkAge worst of]] [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]] is that bad; at worst it gets stale and repetitive like he says, which would be pretty bad).a good reason to put at least some entries in the franchise on this list, but nowhere near #1. What's more is that he barely mentions most of them aside from the infamous terror of [[spoiler: Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get a Clue]] and the divisive series that is [[spoiler: Be Cool, Scooby-Doo]] as if he hardly saw any of the other shows. I'd have appreciated it if he said "not all of these are bad, mind you, but the majority tend to be mediocre at best", but he didn't. So now, we have to assume that he blindly hates [[spoiler: the earlier direct to video movies]] and [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo: Mystery Incorporated]], which are considered silver linings in the franchise. I do like PhantomStrider's videos most of the time, but this was quite the big stinker for him. And I sincerely pray it does not occur again.
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