History GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff / WebOriginal

28th May '17 2:48:51 PM nombretomado
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* An odd form of this comes with the audience ''gender'' for the internet niche fandom of {{Vocaloid}}. While in Japan, the voices of the predominantly-young-female character vocal series are often fawned over by boys and men ([[DirtyOldMan some of them in their thirties]]), Vocaloid in general is far more popular with girls and women in America. Alternatively, while the Japanese Vocaloids usually get most of the spotlight with the English Vocaloids used as emergency backup, Big Al, [[RatedMForManly by far the most manly-sounding vocaloid thus far]], has gained quite a bit more popularity than you would expect. Another English Vocaloid, Oliver, also has a very large following in Japan compared to most English Vocaloids, and his popularity might even surpass Big-Al.

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* An odd form of this comes with the audience ''gender'' for the internet niche fandom of {{Vocaloid}}.Music/{{Vocaloid}}. While in Japan, the voices of the predominantly-young-female character vocal series are often fawned over by boys and men ([[DirtyOldMan some of them in their thirties]]), Vocaloid in general is far more popular with girls and women in America. Alternatively, while the Japanese Vocaloids usually get most of the spotlight with the English Vocaloids used as emergency backup, Big Al, [[RatedMForManly by far the most manly-sounding vocaloid thus far]], has gained quite a bit more popularity than you would expect. Another English Vocaloid, Oliver, also has a very large following in Japan compared to most English Vocaloids, and his popularity might even surpass Big-Al.
29th Apr '17 12:25:53 PM nombretomado
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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 abreviation 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)
** Going by the amount of re uploaded videos with either subtitles or dubs, it's safe to assume that WebOriginal/TheNostalgiaCritic and WebOriginal/ToddInTheShadows, among others, are popular in Russia

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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 abreviation 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)
** Going by the amount of re uploaded videos with either subtitles or dubs, it's safe to assume that WebOriginal/TheNostalgiaCritic WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic and WebOriginal/ToddInTheShadows, WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows, among others, are popular in Russia
8th Apr '17 1:40:56 PM nombretomado
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** Its Swedish retort, RegularOrdinarySwedishMealTime, on the other hand, is pretty damn popular in both Poland and South Korea.

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** Its Swedish retort, RegularOrdinarySwedishMealTime, ''WebVideo/RegularOrdinarySwedishMealTime'', on the other hand, is pretty damn popular in both Poland and South Korea.
22nd Mar '17 10:59:50 AM Mineboot45
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* WebAnimation/YouTubePoop has a thriving scene in Russia (RYTP), Germany (Youtube Kacke), Finland (SinäTuubaPaska), Brazil (YTPBR), and Latin America (YTPH; Youtube Poop Hispano). It's also been acknowledged but not as popular in France (YTPFR; French Youtube Poop), Hungary (Huntube Poop), the Netherlands (Youtube Poep), and Poland (PYTP).

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* WebAnimation/YouTubePoop has a thriving scene in Russia (RYTP), Germany (Youtube Kacke), Finland (SinäTuubaPaska), (Sinä[=TuubaPaska=]), Brazil (YTPBR), and Latin America (YTPH; Youtube Poop Hispano). It's also been acknowledged but not as popular in France (YTPFR; French Youtube Poop), Hungary (Huntube Poop), the Netherlands (Youtube Poep), and Poland (PYTP).
22nd Mar '17 10:59:05 AM Mineboot45
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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, [=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]].
22nd Mar '17 10:58:16 AM Mineboot45
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* While ''{{Shifty Look}}'' is officially owned by NamcoBandai, the webcomics are made by people from other parts of the world to localize Japanese Namco IPs 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 NamcoBandai, the webcomics are made by people from other parts of the world to localize Japanese Namco IPs [=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.
19th Mar '17 7:48:19 PM ninjamitsuki2
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** There are some Japanese Vocaloid songs that have much more views English subbed on YouTube than on the original Nico Nico Douga upload. Reverse Rainbow and Dark Woods Circus are just a few examples.

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** There are some Japanese Vocaloid songs that have much more views English subbed on YouTube than on the original Nico Nico Douga upload. Reverse Rainbow and For instance, Dark Woods Circus are just a few examples.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.
19th Mar '17 7:45:24 PM ninjamitsuki2
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** There are some Japanese Vocaloid songs that have much more views English subbed on YouTube than on the original Nico Nico Douga upload. Reverse Rainbow and Dark Woods Circus are just a few examples.
** 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]].
15th Mar '17 4:10:58 PM Golondrina
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* While originating in the United Kingdom, [[GagDub gag dubbing]] has otherwise the biggest communities in Germany (where dubbers like [[Creator/Coldmirror Coldmirror]] pretty much have the common [[Website/YouTube YouTube]] fame) and Norway (which has a tightly knit community, where [[http://www.youtube.com/user/CrappyScrap CrappyScrap]] is essentialy its leader).

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* While originating in the United Kingdom, [[GagDub gag dubbing]] has otherwise the biggest communities in Germany (where dubbers like [[Creator/Coldmirror Coldmirror]] Creator/{{Coldmirror}} pretty much have the common [[Website/YouTube YouTube]] Website/YouTube fame) and Norway (which has a tightly knit community, where [[http://www.youtube.com/user/CrappyScrap CrappyScrap]] is essentialy its leader).
1st Feb '17 11:46:12 AM YetAnotherAutist
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* While originating in the United Kingdom, [[GagDub gag dubbing]] has otherwise the biggest communities in Germany (where dubbers like [[Creator/Coldmirror Coldmirror]] pretty much have the common [[Website/YouTube YouTube]] fame) and Norway (which has a tightly knit community, where [[http://www.youtube.com/user/CrappyScrap CrappyScrap]] is essentialy its leader).
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