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22nd Jun '18 10:48:16 PM nirao01
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* Going by the comments on Nico Nico Douga, ''WebVideo/{{React}}'''s Lia has some fans in Japan, and some fans in Taiwan as well. She's hardly ''unpopular'' in the States or UK, though.

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* Going by the comments on Nico Nico Douga, ''WebVideo/{{React}}'''s Lia Creator/{{Lia|MarieJohnson}} has some fans in Japan, and some fans in Taiwan as well. She's hardly ''unpopular'' in the States or UK, though.



* Filipino internet comedy duo, Moymoy Palaboy, who are known for their videos of lip-synching songs had a huge fanbase in Latin America. They even become more famous when their lip-synch video of "Everybody" by the Music/BackstreetBoys with Filipino actor Mark Hieras became a subject of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOv4HHOtn1E a certain Japanese MMD video]] with VideoGame/{{Touhou}} characters imitating their moves. Apparently, Ryan Seacrest erroneously reported the other way around. Oh and this is before Dub Smash became a hit in the Philippines.

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* Filipino internet comedy duo, Moymoy Palaboy, who are known for their videos of lip-synching songs had a huge fanbase in Latin America. They even become more famous when their lip-synch video of "Everybody" by the Music/BackstreetBoys with Filipino actor Mark Hieras Herras became a subject of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOv4HHOtn1E a certain Japanese MMD video]] with VideoGame/{{Touhou}} characters imitating their moves. Apparently, Ryan Seacrest erroneously reported the other way around. Oh and this is before Dub Smash became a hit in the Philippines.




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* ''WebVideo/TheLizzieBennetDiaries'' is quite popular in the United Kingdom, despite it being [[AdaptationalNationality a heavily Americanized version]] of [[Literature/PrideAndPrejudice one of U.K.'s classic and beloved novels]]. The character of Lydia Bennet in particular is considered ''way'' BetterThanCanon there (and pretty much everywhere else who knows about the source material).
29th Mar '18 10:53:10 AM igordebraga
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** Going by the amount of re uploaded videos with either subtitles or dubs, it's safe to assume that WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic and WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows, among others, are popular in Russia

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** Going by the amount of re uploaded videos with either subtitles or dubs, it's safe to assume that WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic and WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows, among others, are popular in RussiaRussia and Poland.
13th Feb '18 4:36:17 AM leidbag
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** The song Echo by [=CrusherP=], despite being an American-made song entirely in English, is massively popular in Japan, appearing in rhythm games and karaoke machines. It even got a light novel adaptation [[NoExportForYou that has yet to be released in Englsih]].

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** The song Echo by [=CrusherP=], despite being an American-made song entirely in English, is massively popular in Japan, appearing in rhythm games and karaoke machines. It even got a light novel adaptation [[NoExportForYou that has yet to be released in Englsih]].English]].
4th Feb '18 9:45:16 AM nombretomado
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* WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd is rather popular in Japan. Almost every one of his reviews have been completely subbed into Japanese and can be found on Japanese video sharing sites such as NicoNicoDouga.

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* WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd is rather popular in Japan. Almost every one of his reviews have been completely subbed into Japanese and can be found on Japanese video sharing sites such as NicoNicoDouga.Website/NicoNicoDouga.
7th Nov '17 5:47:29 AM LinTaylor
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** As his crossover stuff became subbed the other members of Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses also started getting Japanese fanbases, notably The Nostalgia Chick, referred to as "Nostal-Ko" (Nostal = an English abbreviation as typical in Japan and Ko = The Japanese kanji for child, usually also used to refer to younger women) on nico, Spoony, [=JewWario=] (for his Super Robot Wars review) and for some odd reason Doug's brother Rob (who they referred to as Ni-San or Big Brother)

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** As his crossover stuff became subbed the other members of Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses also started getting Japanese fanbases, notably The Nostalgia Chick, referred to as "Nostal-Ko" (Nostal = an English abbreviation as typical in Japan and Ko = The Japanese kanji for child, usually also used to refer to younger women) on nico, Spoony, [=JewWario=] (for his Super Robot Wars review) (they called him "Wario Oji-san", or "Uncle Wario") and for some odd reason Doug's brother Rob (who they referred to as Ni-San or Big Brother)
13th Aug '17 3:03:03 PM SockstheCat2000
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** AVGN is also popular in South Korea.
27th Jun '17 7:02:58 AM Piterpicher
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** There are some Japanese Vocaloid songs that have much more views on YouTube than on the original Nico Nico Douga upload. For instance, Dark Woods Circus has almost five times as many views on YouTube subbed than the original upload, and Reverse Rainbow having more views on YouTube was acknowledged in Project Mirai.

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** There are some Japanese Vocaloid songs that have much more views on YouTube Website/YouTube than on the original Nico Nico Douga upload. For instance, Dark Woods Circus has almost five times as many views on YouTube Website/YouTube subbed than the original upload, and Reverse Rainbow having more views on YouTube Website/YouTube was acknowledged in Project Mirai.



* Look at the Youtube statistics, Sweden happens to be one of biggest sources of views for WebVideo/EpicMealTime videos.

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* Look at the Youtube Website/YouTube statistics, Sweden happens to be one of biggest sources of views for WebVideo/EpicMealTime videos.



* {{Uncyclopedia}} was started by English speaking people with the English version being started first but now, the Portugese version has more articles than the English version does.

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* {{Uncyclopedia}} Wiki/{{Uncyclopedia}} was started by English speaking people with the English version being started first but now, the Portugese version has more articles than the English version does.
24th Jun '17 3:18:03 PM leqant
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*Dutch volgger NiceNienke is popular in Brazil, to the point where an estimated 95% of her subscribers are from there. Her success in can be contributed to her video "TRYING TO SPEAK BRAZILIAN PORTUGESE ♡", which became popular in Brazil.
16th Jun '17 10:21:57 PM nombretomado
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* Filipino internet comedy duo, Moymoy Palaboy, who are known for their videos of lip-synching songs had a huge fanbase in Latin America. They even become more famous when their lip-synch video of "Everybody" by the BackstreetBoys with Filipino actor Mark Hieras became a subject of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOv4HHOtn1E a certain Japanese MMD video]] with VideoGame/{{Touhou}} characters imitating their moves. Apparently, Ryan Seacrest erroneously reported the other way around. Oh and this is before Dub Smash became a hit in the Philippines.

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* Filipino internet comedy duo, Moymoy Palaboy, who are known for their videos of lip-synching songs had a huge fanbase in Latin America. They even become more famous when their lip-synch video of "Everybody" by the BackstreetBoys Music/BackstreetBoys with Filipino actor Mark Hieras became a subject of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOv4HHOtn1E a certain Japanese MMD video]] with VideoGame/{{Touhou}} characters imitating their moves. Apparently, Ryan Seacrest erroneously reported the other way around. Oh and this is before Dub Smash became a hit in the Philippines.
8th Jun '17 8:42:17 PM nombretomado
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* While ''{{Shifty Look}}'' is officially owned by BandaiNamcoEntertainment, the webcomics are made by people from other parts of the world to localize Japanese Namco [=IP=]s and cater to English speaking audiences, but the ShiftyLook website has gotten so much web traffic from Japan that they decided to also translate the comics to Japanese as well.

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* While ''{{Shifty Look}}'' is officially owned by BandaiNamcoEntertainment, Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment, the webcomics are made by people from other parts of the world to localize Japanese Namco [=IP=]s and cater to English speaking audiences, but the ShiftyLook website has gotten so much web traffic from Japan that they decided to also translate the comics to Japanese as well.
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