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16th Jan '17 6:47:33 PM CerotechOmega
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16th Jan '17 11:08:40 AM Gotgunpowder
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%%* Tropers/{{Gotgunpowder}}: The time he got incredibly offended over the HandOfFate Dealer making a fat joke (Referring to a ring that does something to your food and gold: "Fat and poor, an unusual combination"). I'd normally understand it (to a degree) but it was apparently so irredeemable that he outright banned people disagreeing with him, including long time, dedicated fans, ''and even boasted about this in the comments''. Way to completely alienate your fanbase, Crab.
%%** And another example, by the same troper: In the same Hand Of Fate LP where his in-progress run was deleted for a patch right before the dealer, which made him understandably angry. But he then proceeded to completely slander the entire game for this problem, even after the developers assured him that he was very unlucky and that this normally doesn't happen. To where he basically outright told them to stop making games if they can't code absolutely perfectly. I always found his anger and wit amusing, but I think he might have a problem.
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%%* * Tropers/{{Gotgunpowder}}: The time he got incredibly offended over the HandOfFate Dealer making a fat joke (Referring to a ring that does something to your food and gold: "Fat and poor, an unusual combination"). I'd normally understand it (to a degree) but it was apparently so irredeemable that he outright banned people disagreeing with him, including long time, dedicated fans, ''and even boasted about this in the comments''. Way to completely alienate your fanbase, Crab.
%%** And another example, by the same troper: In the same Hand Of Fate LP where his in-progress run was deleted for a patch right before the dealer, which made him understandably angry. But he then proceeded to completely slander the entire game for this problem, even after the developers assured him that he was very unlucky and that this normally doesn't happen. To where he basically outright told them to stop making games if they can't code absolutely perfectly. I always found his anger and wit amusing, but I think he might have a problem.
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16th Jan '17 8:00:45 AM Sugarp1e1
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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 WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog actually being considered a remake for this list despite being the first Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog cartoon ever aired (though I do appreciate him not blindly bashing WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground like most tend to do), and calling WesternAnimation/ExtremeGhostbusters a remake when it's a continuation of the original WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters with clear ties to its predecessor. And apparently, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViPq-aJKB0c I am not alone in thinking this]]. 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. RebelTaxi might have also put the entire franchise on his list of worst remakes because he also wanted it to just die already, but at least he didn't put it at numero freaking uno (Plus, it was PlayedForLaughs). 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; instead he goes through a long laundry list of "remakes" that aren't even listed in how bad they are. 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; also very easy to do as [[spoiler: Mystery Incorporated]] was included in the rundown (quick update: as of his "Top 5 Cartoons I hate that Everyone Likes" list, he has watched [[spoiler:Mystery Inc.]] and found it refreshing; strike off for that one). 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 WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog actually being considered a remake for this list despite being the first Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog cartoon ever aired (though I do appreciate him not blindly bashing WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground like most tend to do), and calling WesternAnimation/ExtremeGhostbusters a remake when it's a continuation of the original WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters with clear ties to its predecessor. And apparently, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViPq-aJKB0c I am not alone alone]] [[https://youtu.be/JvXKtIpkbuw in thinking this]]. 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. RebelTaxi might have also put the entire franchise on his list of worst remakes because he also wanted it to just die already, but at least he didn't put it at numero freaking uno (Plus, it was PlayedForLaughs). 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; instead he goes through a long laundry list of "remakes" that aren't even listed in how bad they are. 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; also very easy to do as [[spoiler: Mystery Incorporated]] was included in the rundown (quick update: as of his "Top 5 Cartoons I hate that Everyone Likes" list, he has watched [[spoiler:Mystery Inc.]] and found it refreshing; strike off for that one). 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.
16th Jan '17 4:03:03 AM jormis29
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* jmac9345: Before I get any flack for this, let me get out that I love WebVideo/{{JonTron}}. Heís one of the greatest and funniest YouTube critics of all time. And although I donít think heís had a bad episode per say, he isnít free from bad moments. For example, I loved both of his Food Games videos as a great, long awaited return to form after StarCade (which was [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome awesome]] and [[FunnyMoments hilarious]] in itís own right) especially with gems like the [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer live horse in his apartment]] and [[spoiler:[[BigLippedAlligatorMoment Grimbo]]]], but there was one aspect of Part 1 that annoyed me. With the Yoshinoya, Global Gladiators, [=McDonaldís Treasure Land Adventure=], and Donald Magical World (especially the former and latter) segments, he barely touched on the games, gameplay wise. Granted, Jon does tend to focus more on comedy rather than actual reviewing, but I feel that he couldíve went a bit more in depth with the games instead of just briefly skimming over them, making a joke, and moving on. It didnít taint the video for me, I just wish there was a bit more depth to it.

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* jmac9345: Before I get any flack for this, let me get out that I love WebVideo/{{JonTron}}. Heís one of the greatest and funniest YouTube critics of all time. And although I donít think heís had a bad episode per say, he isnít free from bad moments. For example, I loved both of his Food Games videos as a great, long awaited return to form after StarCade [=StarCade=] (which was [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome awesome]] and [[FunnyMoments hilarious]] in itís own right) especially with gems like the [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer live horse in his apartment]] and [[spoiler:[[BigLippedAlligatorMoment Grimbo]]]], but there was one aspect of Part 1 that annoyed me. With the Yoshinoya, Global Gladiators, [=McDonaldís Treasure Land Adventure=], and Donald Magical World (especially the former and latter) segments, he barely touched on the games, gameplay wise. Granted, Jon does tend to focus more on comedy rather than actual reviewing, but I feel that he couldíve went a bit more in depth with the games instead of just briefly skimming over them, making a joke, and moving on. It didnít taint the video for me, I just wish there was a bit more depth to it.
16th Jan '17 12:39:17 AM 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 WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog actually being considered a remake for this list despite being the first Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog cartoon ever aired (though I do appreciate him not blindly bashing WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground like most tend to do), and calling WesternAnimation/ExtremeGhostbusters a remake when it's a continuation of the original WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters with clear ties to its predecessor. 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. RebelTaxi might have also put the entire franchise on his list of worst remakes because he also wanted it to just die already, but at least he didn't put it at numero freaking uno (Plus, it was PlayedForLaughs). 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; instead he goes through a long laundry list of "remakes" that aren't even listed in how bad they are. 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; also very easy to do as [[spoiler: Mystery Incorporated]] was included in the rundown (quick update: as of his "Top 5 Cartoons I hate that Everyone Likes" list, he has watched [[spoiler:Mystery Inc.]] and found it refreshing; strike off for that one). 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 WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog actually being considered a remake for this list despite being the first Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog cartoon ever aired (though I do appreciate him not blindly bashing WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground like most tend to do), and calling WesternAnimation/ExtremeGhostbusters a remake when it's a continuation of the original WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters with clear ties to its predecessor. And apparently, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViPq-aJKB0c I am not alone in thinking this]]. 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. RebelTaxi might have also put the entire franchise on his list of worst remakes because he also wanted it to just die already, but at least he didn't put it at numero freaking uno (Plus, it was PlayedForLaughs). 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; instead he goes through a long laundry list of "remakes" that aren't even listed in how bad they are. 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; also very easy to do as [[spoiler: Mystery Incorporated]] was included in the rundown (quick update: as of his "Top 5 Cartoons I hate that Everyone Likes" list, he has watched [[spoiler:Mystery Inc.]] and found it refreshing; strike off for that one). 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.
16th Jan '17 12:36:42 AM SenorCornholio
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* Sugarp1e1: PhantomStrider (real name: Josh Strider) is a CausticCritic from Australia who is often described as a less angry, more forgiving [[TheMysteriousMrEnter Mysterious Mr. Enter]] with better editing. Unlike most [[CausticCritic Caustic Critics]] however, he does almost all of his reviews in the form of lists. He's also pretty humble, admitting to being biased at times and making it clear in all of the intros to his videos that he's not a FanHater (As you can see in the flavor text). But the former didn't become more blatantly obvious than in his [[https://youtu.be/-0MxCQmlmmE Top 10 Worst Cartoon Remakes list]]. It was pretty good for the most part. There's just three things I didn't like and/or understand. 1) I'm confused as to how the [[spoiler:Powerpuff Girls]] reboot wasn't at #10 considering he was the least critical of it compared to the others on the list. 2) I didn't really understand the TakeThat against the trailer for the new Ghostbusters movie. I know that the all-female cast didn't get a very warm welcome, but if there's one thing I know, it's that [[NeverTrustATrailer trailers can't be trusted]]. You don't know if the movie gonna be good regardless of the cast or not. But the DMoS for me is his #1 pick: [[spoiler:every single Scooby-Doo remake in existence]]! Look, I don't care if he doesn't like [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]]; that's his opinion. But his reason behind his #1 pick shows just how biased he can be. Strider's criticisms about [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]] are legitimate, if debatable (he found the show formulaic, boring and "nothing special"), but his only criticism about all of the remakes that followed was basically "The original was never any good to begin with, so the franchise should have died years ago!" In his defense, if I remember correctly, I think he did mention at some point that he doesn't feel like any of the remakes added anything new or interesting to the series. But even if he did, it was completely overshadowed by his rant about how annoyed he is that the franchise is still going after 40 years despite the original's lack of appeal to him. I totally understand where he's coming from; I get pretty surprised myself when I find out something that came out when I was a kid is still going on to this day, especially if it's a show I don't like. But I wouldn't be so annoyed as to place the entire franchise at #1 on a Worst Remakes list and bash it simply because of it's lifespan and the quality of the original alone. Not to mention that he seems to think that [[spoiler:Mystery Incorporated]] is, like the other remakes he mentions, exactly the same as the original. Oh, and Strider seemed to had TakenALevelInJerkass for this entry. Usually, he just expresses his distaste in a professional and witty manner like the classy DeadpanSnarker he is. Here it sounds more like he's trying to rally all of his viewers against the franchise, what with him having the gall to assume that nobody actively watches [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]] anyway, asking "Has any kid ever sat down and said, 'Oh, look! [[spoiler:Scooby-Doo]] is on!'?", and claiming that kids only watch it when there's nothing better to watch. Excuse me Strider, but I watched both [[spoiler: What's New, Scooby-Doo?]] and [[spoiler:Mystery Incorporated]] regularly when I was a kid and loved them. Again, this is coming from a guy who claims to be fine with people liking something he doesn't. This assumption is not only hypocritical and insulting, it makes no sense. If a series has been remade over 19 times, then it must have some sort of fanbase otherwise it wouldn't have been remade even once! Even worse? In his [[https://youtu.be/IlkvxV1laO8 Top 10 Best Disney Movies list]], he references the angry comments he got from this in a gag where he calmly says "[[spoiler:Scooby-Doo]] kinda... sucks?" before being pelted by tomatoes. As if he was being totally reasonable with his decision and the viewers were the ones being ridiculous! Can someone please remind him that he specifically described his #2 pick, [[spoiler: Yo Yogi]], as "the devil's anus of bad"? If he thinks [[spoiler:the entire Scooby-Doo franchise]] is even worse than [[spoiler: Yo Yogi]], then "it kinda sucks" isn't even close to what he was saying. Not only that, but judging by Strider's comment about [[spoiler:Scooby-Doo]] in his [[https://youtu.be/N95f7baE0as?list=PLfji1gVKy4fYaePq-q1ox2S24X8VZbelZ Top 10 Worst Cartoon Live Action Remakes list]], he seems to think that the only people who are mad at him for this are the [[spoiler:Scooby-Doo]] fans. Implying that he genuinely believes that all of those angry comments were from the FanDumb as opposed to some belonging to those who saw just how biased he was being. I was so disappointed with him, I couldn't bring myself to listen to him re-explain why he hates [[spoiler:Scooby Doo]] in his [[https://youtu.be/P9NLefklYK8 Top 5 Cartoons I hate that Everyone Likes list]] and skipped over it. (But judging by his added comment of "Forever" in the entry title, he was trying to justify cramming the entire franchise on the top spot of his Worst Remakes list). I don't believe in Unsubscribing, so I'll continue to watch his videos. But you'd think somebody who claims to enjoy engaging in intelligent conversation would have a better reason for his #1 pick than "there's too many remakes".
** SenorCornholio: I second that, though I'm a little more critical on this video. I have more problems in mind, such as WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog actually being considered a remake for this list (though I do appreciate him not blindly bashing WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground like most tend to do), and calling WesternAnimation/ExtremeGhostbusters 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. RebelTaxi might have also put the entire franchise on his list of worst remakes because he also wanted it to just die already, but at least he didn't put it at numero freaking uno (Plus, it was PlayedForLaughs). 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; instead he goes through a long laundry list of "remakes" that aren't even listed in how bad they are. 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; also very easy to do as [[spoiler: Mystery Incorporated]] was included in the rundown (quick update: as of his "Top 5 Cartoons I hate that Everyone Likes" list, he has watched [[spoiler:Mystery Inc.]] and found it refreshing; strike off for that one). 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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* Sugarp1e1: PhantomStrider (real name: Josh Strider) is a CausticCritic from Australia who is often described as a less angry, more forgiving [[TheMysteriousMrEnter Mysterious Mr. Enter]] with better editing. Unlike most [[CausticCritic Caustic Critics]] however, he does almost all of his reviews in the form of lists. He's also pretty humble, admitting to being biased at times and making it clear in all of the intros to his videos that he's not a FanHater (As you can see in the flavor text). But the former didn't become more blatantly obvious than in his [[https://youtu.be/-0MxCQmlmmE Top 10 Worst Cartoon Remakes list]]. It was pretty good for the most part. There's just three things I didn't like and/or understand. 1) I'm confused as to how the [[spoiler:Powerpuff Girls]] reboot wasn't at #10 considering he was the least critical of it compared to the others on the list. 2) I didn't really understand the TakeThat against the trailer for the new Ghostbusters movie. I know that the all-female cast didn't get a very warm welcome, but if there's one thing I know, it's that [[NeverTrustATrailer trailers can't be trusted]]. You don't know if the movie gonna be good regardless of the cast or not. But the DMoS for me is his #1 pick: [[spoiler:every single Scooby-Doo Franchise/ScoobyDoo remake in existence]]! Look, I don't care if he doesn't like [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]]; that's his opinion. But his reason behind his #1 pick shows just how biased he can be. Strider's criticisms about [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]] are legitimate, if debatable (he found the show formulaic, boring and "nothing special"), but his only criticism about all of the remakes that followed was basically "The original was never any good to begin with, so the franchise should have died years ago!" In his defense, if I remember correctly, I think he did mention at some point that he doesn't feel like any of the remakes added anything new or interesting to the series. But even if he did, it was completely overshadowed by his rant about how annoyed he is that the franchise is still going after 40 years despite the original's lack of appeal to him. I totally understand where he's coming from; I get pretty surprised myself when I find out something that came out when I was a kid is still going on to this day, especially if it's a show I don't like. But I wouldn't be so annoyed as to place the entire franchise at #1 on a Worst Remakes list and bash it simply because of it's lifespan and the quality of the original alone. Not to mention that he seems to think that [[spoiler:Mystery Incorporated]] is, like the other remakes he mentions, exactly the same as the original. Oh, and Strider seemed to had TakenALevelInJerkass for this entry. Usually, he just expresses his distaste in a professional and witty manner like the classy DeadpanSnarker he is. Here it sounds more like he's trying to rally all of his viewers against the franchise, what with him having the gall to assume that nobody actively watches [[spoiler: Scooby-Doo]] anyway, asking "Has any kid ever sat down and said, 'Oh, look! [[spoiler:Scooby-Doo]] is on!'?", and claiming that kids only watch it when there's nothing better to watch. Excuse me Strider, but I watched both [[spoiler: What's New, Scooby-Doo?]] and [[spoiler:Mystery Incorporated]] regularly when I was a kid and loved them. Again, this is coming from a guy who claims to be fine with people liking something he doesn't. This assumption is not only hypocritical and insulting, it makes no sense. If a series has been remade over 19 times, then it must have some sort of fanbase otherwise it wouldn't have been remade even once! Even worse? In his [[https://youtu.be/IlkvxV1laO8 Top 10 Best Disney Movies list]], he references the angry comments he got from this in a gag where he calmly says "[[spoiler:Scooby-Doo]] kinda... sucks?" before being pelted by tomatoes. As if he was being totally reasonable with his decision and the viewers were the ones being ridiculous! Can someone please remind him that he specifically described his #2 pick, [[spoiler: Yo Yogi]], as "the devil's anus of bad"? If he thinks [[spoiler:the entire Scooby-Doo franchise]] is even worse than [[spoiler: Yo Yogi]], then "it kinda sucks" isn't even close to what he was saying. Not only that, but judging by Strider's comment about [[spoiler:Scooby-Doo]] in his [[https://youtu.be/N95f7baE0as?list=PLfji1gVKy4fYaePq-q1ox2S24X8VZbelZ Top 10 Worst Cartoon Live Action Remakes list]], he seems to think that the only people who are mad at him for this are the [[spoiler:Scooby-Doo]] fans. Implying that he genuinely believes that all of those angry comments were from the FanDumb as opposed to some belonging to those who saw just how biased he was being. I was so disappointed with him, I couldn't bring myself to listen to him re-explain why he hates [[spoiler:Scooby Doo]] in his [[https://youtu.be/P9NLefklYK8 Top 5 Cartoons I hate that Everyone Likes list]] and skipped over it. (But judging by his added comment of "Forever" in the entry title, he was trying to justify cramming the entire franchise on the top spot of his Worst Remakes list). I don't believe in Unsubscribing, so I'll continue to watch his videos. But you'd think somebody who claims to enjoy engaging in intelligent conversation would have a better reason for his #1 pick than "there's too many remakes".
** SenorCornholio: I second that, though I'm a little more critical on this video. I have more problems in mind, such as WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog actually being considered a remake for this list despite being the first Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog cartoon ever aired (though I do appreciate him not blindly bashing WesternAnimation/SonicUnderground like most tend to do), and calling WesternAnimation/ExtremeGhostbusters a remake when it's a continuation.continuation of the original WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters with clear ties to its predecessor. 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. RebelTaxi might have also put the entire franchise on his list of worst remakes because he also wanted it to just die already, but at least he didn't put it at numero freaking uno (Plus, it was PlayedForLaughs). 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; instead he goes through a long laundry list of "remakes" that aren't even listed in how bad they are. 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; also very easy to do as [[spoiler: Mystery Incorporated]] was included in the rundown (quick update: as of his "Top 5 Cartoons I hate that Everyone Likes" list, he has watched [[spoiler:Mystery Inc.]] and found it refreshing; strike off for that one). 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.
15th Jan '17 8:38:03 PM SenorCornholio
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Alright, Strider. Now it's our turn to criticize you. [[VideoGame/SuperMarioBrothers *Black Boo chirps*]] It's time to look at the [[DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck worst moments]] of PhantomStrider's videos; as pleasant and generally upbeat of a reviewer as he is, even he isn't immune to criticisms and can pull out a polarizing moment from time to time. These moments might have him [[CriticalResearchFailure get a piece of information wrong]]. Or maybe his usual bias go from understandable to BiasSteamroller levels. As always, if you happen to like the entries on this page, that's great! It's just our silly, personal opinions, so take these with a pinch of salt. Anyway, onto the countdown:

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Alright, Strider. Now it's our turn to criticize you. [[VideoGame/SuperMarioBrothers *Black Boo chirps*]] It's time to look at the [[DarthWiki/DethroningMomentOfSuck worst moments]] of PhantomStrider's videos; as pleasant and generally upbeat of a reviewer as he is, even he isn't immune to criticisms and can pull out a polarizing moment from time to time. These moments might have him [[CriticalResearchFailure get a piece of information wrong]]. Or maybe his usual bias go goes from understandable to BiasSteamroller levels. As always, if you happen to like the entries on this page, that's great! It's just our silly, personal opinions, so take these with a pinch of salt. Anyway, onto the countdown:
15th Jan '17 1:51:44 PM Asue
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* Asue: hotdiggedydemon's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCTcUUYCoBk review of The Powerpuff Girls 2016 reboot]] was a massive disappointment. Now, I do admit to like hdd's stuff (through I don't really like his gross jokes). But this was... Ugh. First of all, this review came waaaaaaay after the initial reaction towards the show (in December of 2016, while the show premiered on April 4, eight months earlier), a.k.a it's old news. I wouldn't usually have a problem with someone reviewing something that was reviewed to death, as long as they bring something new to the table. But he didn't. None of his points were any original or felt fresh whatsoever (from ranting about the reboot toning down the violence, which isn't the cartoon's fault but rather because of the MoralGuardians who complained about the original show's violence, to talk about the main characters not getting their old voice actresses back to the twerking bit). Second, his smug tone during the video made him look like he was trying way too hard to be like "I know better than you, Powerpuff Girls 2016 team" (especially when he actually challenges them to watch this video, which reeks of [[SmallNameBigEgo pretentiousness]]) and made me cringe. And third, he was reading too much into the supposed "anti-feminism" stuff (which was made up just to make the show look like a sexist piece of crap while not even trying to be funny in the process). And this is coming from someone who thought the reboot was "meh". (Also, what was up with that random TakeThat towards ''Franchise/StarWars Star Wars'' at the end? That was pointless and not even remotely connected to the review at all.)

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* Asue: hotdiggedydemon's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCTcUUYCoBk review of The Powerpuff Girls 2016 reboot]] was a massive disappointment. Now, I do admit to like hdd's stuff (through I don't really like his gross jokes). But this was... Ugh. First of all, this review came waaaaaaay after the initial reaction towards the show (in December of 2016, while the show premiered on April 4, eight months earlier), a.k.a it's old news. I wouldn't usually have a problem with someone reviewing something that was reviewed to death, as long as they bring something new to the table. But he didn't. None of his points were any original or felt fresh whatsoever (from ranting about the reboot toning down the violence, which isn't the cartoon's fault but rather because of the MoralGuardians who complained about the original show's violence, to talk about the main characters not getting their old voice actresses back to the twerking bit). Second, his smug tone during the video made him look like he was trying way too hard to be like "I know better than you, Powerpuff Girls 2016 team" (especially when he actually challenges them to watch this video, which reeks of [[SmallNameBigEgo pretentiousness]]) and made me cringe. And third, he was reading too much into the supposed "anti-feminism" stuff (which was made up just to make the show look like a sexist piece of crap while not even trying to be funny in the process). And this is coming from someone who thought the reboot was "meh". (Also, what was up with that random TakeThat towards ''Franchise/StarWars Star Wars'' ''Franchise/StarWars'' at the end? That was pointless and not even remotely connected to the review at all.)
15th Jan '17 1:51:05 PM Asue
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* Asue: hotdiggedydemon's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCTcUUYCoBk review of The Powerpuff Girls 2016 reboot]] was a massive disappointment. Now, I do admit to like hdd's stuff (through I don't really like his gross jokes). But this was... Ugh. First of all, this review came waaaaaaay after the initial reaction towards the show (in December of 2016, while the show premiered on April 4, eight months earlier), a.k.a it's old news. I wouldn't usually have a problem with someone reviewing something that was reviewed to death, as long as they bring something new to the table. But he didn't. None of his points were any original or felt fresh whatsoever (from ranting about the reboot toning down the violence, which isn't the cartoon's fault but rather because of the MoralGuardians who complained about the original show's violence, to talk about the main characters not getting their old voice actresses back to the twerking bit). Second, his smug tone during the video made him look like he was trying way too hard to be like "I know better than you, Powerpuff Girls 2016 team" (especially when he actually challenges them to watch this video, which reeks of [[SmallNameBigEgo pretentiousness]]) and made me cringe. And third, he was reading too much into the supposed "anti-feminism" stuff (which was made up just to make the show look like a sexist piece of crap while not even trying to be funny in the process). And this is coming from someone who thought the reboot was "meh". (Also, what was up with that random TakeThat towards ''Frachise/StarWars Star Wars'' at the end? That was pointless and not even remotely connected to the review at all.)

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* Asue: hotdiggedydemon's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCTcUUYCoBk review of The Powerpuff Girls 2016 reboot]] was a massive disappointment. Now, I do admit to like hdd's stuff (through I don't really like his gross jokes). But this was... Ugh. First of all, this review came waaaaaaay after the initial reaction towards the show (in December of 2016, while the show premiered on April 4, eight months earlier), a.k.a it's old news. I wouldn't usually have a problem with someone reviewing something that was reviewed to death, as long as they bring something new to the table. But he didn't. None of his points were any original or felt fresh whatsoever (from ranting about the reboot toning down the violence, which isn't the cartoon's fault but rather because of the MoralGuardians who complained about the original show's violence, to talk about the main characters not getting their old voice actresses back to the twerking bit). Second, his smug tone during the video made him look like he was trying way too hard to be like "I know better than you, Powerpuff Girls 2016 team" (especially when he actually challenges them to watch this video, which reeks of [[SmallNameBigEgo pretentiousness]]) and made me cringe. And third, he was reading too much into the supposed "anti-feminism" stuff (which was made up just to make the show look like a sexist piece of crap while not even trying to be funny in the process). And this is coming from someone who thought the reboot was "meh". (Also, what was up with that random TakeThat towards ''Frachise/StarWars ''Franchise/StarWars Star Wars'' at the end? That was pointless and not even remotely connected to the review at all.)
15th Jan '17 1:50:06 PM Asue
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* Asue: hotdiggedydemon's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCTcUUYCoBk review of The Powerpuff Girls 2016 reboot]] was a massive disappointment. Now, I do admit to like hdd's stuff (through I don't really like his gross jokes). But this was... Ugh. First of all, this review came waaaaaaay after the initial reaction towards the show (in December of 2016, while the show premiered on April 4, eight months earlier), a.k.a it's old news. I wouldn't usually have a problem with someone reviewing something that was reviewed to death, as long as they bring something new to the table. But he didn't. None of his points were any original or felt fresh whatsoever (from ranting about the reboot toning down the violence, which isn't the cartoon's fault but rather because of the MoralGuardians who complained about the original show's violence, to talk about the main characters not getting their old voice actresses back to the twerking bit). Second, his smug tone during the video made him look like he was trying way too hard to be like "I know better than you, Powerpuff Girls 2016 team" (especially when he actually challenges them to watch this video, which reeks of [[SmallNameBigEgo pretentiousness]]) and made me cringe. And third, he was reading too much into the supposed "anti-feminism" stuff (which was made up just to make the show look like a sexist piece of crap while not even trying to be funny in the process). And this is coming from someone who thought the reboot was "meh". (Also, what was up with that random TakeThat towards ''Frachise/StarWars Star Wars at the end? That was pointless and not even remotely connected to the review at all.)

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* Asue: hotdiggedydemon's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCTcUUYCoBk review of The Powerpuff Girls 2016 reboot]] was a massive disappointment. Now, I do admit to like hdd's stuff (through I don't really like his gross jokes). But this was... Ugh. First of all, this review came waaaaaaay after the initial reaction towards the show (in December of 2016, while the show premiered on April 4, eight months earlier), a.k.a it's old news. I wouldn't usually have a problem with someone reviewing something that was reviewed to death, as long as they bring something new to the table. But he didn't. None of his points were any original or felt fresh whatsoever (from ranting about the reboot toning down the violence, which isn't the cartoon's fault but rather because of the MoralGuardians who complained about the original show's violence, to talk about the main characters not getting their old voice actresses back to the twerking bit). Second, his smug tone during the video made him look like he was trying way too hard to be like "I know better than you, Powerpuff Girls 2016 team" (especially when he actually challenges them to watch this video, which reeks of [[SmallNameBigEgo pretentiousness]]) and made me cringe. And third, he was reading too much into the supposed "anti-feminism" stuff (which was made up just to make the show look like a sexist piece of crap while not even trying to be funny in the process). And this is coming from someone who thought the reboot was "meh". (Also, what was up with that random TakeThat towards ''Frachise/StarWars Star Wars Wars'' at the end? That was pointless and not even remotely connected to the review at all.)
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