kpts4tv's version of Death Note Abridged has high production values, constantly improving writing, and good fan interaction from contests, responses to comments, and more. It's also got the least love in the tropes page, very few subscribers, and almost no buzz anywhere on the net, probably because the first few episodes are admittedly pretty bad. They got better, though, just look at their most recent episode
SuperWes64. He puts a lot of effort into each video and he definitely deserves more subscribers than he has (about 300, to be exact)
NoxusBolgar. He consistently provides entertaining videos to watch with dazzling quality, a deep voice that is said to remind people of Darkmindedsith, and well thought-out commentary. His number of subscribers is growing by the day and has a lot of channel comments praising how entertaining he is.
Olan Rogers: His videos are wide in variety, his personality is hilarious, and his two series The Last Scene and New Prime are some of the best on YouTube. They could use some more love on this wiki, as they are very troperiffic.
Erikas New Perfumedefinitely deserves more notoriety. Despite the weird premise, the characters are all realistic and lovable, especiallyErika.
ItsTheWaveTV. The channel of amateur comedian Tyler Schuman. That's to say nothing of the quality of his work though. He is probably one of the funniest guys on Youtube, and his videos are consistantly well-acted and edited, but not too many people seem to watch his stuff on a regular basis. He has about three regular series along with occasional one-shot videos. His main series, Wastebook, focuses on mocking dumb status updates on Facebook and the ridicule of 21st Century Teen culture in general, while his other two series are The Wave, in which he comments on news headlines without actually reading the story, and WTF Fridays, an older series where he talks about whatever happens to be annoying him that day. Whatever the case, this guy's work desperately needs more recognition.
LIS_DEAD has a lot of interesting puzzles, some of which obviously took a lot of work. And its story is just getting started, and looks to be quite interesting with shadowy government organizations and mysterious supernatural children. But it's currently dying off due to a lack of love.
Worm, an online serial novel about people with superpowers is well reviewed but is still not particularly well known. The series is notable for avoiding many old superhero cliches and for operating in Gray and Gray Morality
On the website TV Tropes idioms seem to be constantly forgotten and unloved and deserve more love.
Grumpy Jii-San, a retired man with a penchant for hiking who films witty and insightful reviews of anime, old and new, along hiking trails in the American South-West. He's no stranger to snark ("I saw some wild burros on my way here—fitting, because I just saw an anime about some jackasses.") or droll humor ("Does anybody evenrememberpassenger trains?"), and he never ceases to entertain. Sadly, he has not posted any material since May of 2011, leading many to assume he has passed away.
Christina H.: One of Cracked.com's best columnists. Her articles are original, well thought out and well written. However she's not nearly as popular as some of the other writers on the site, and she appears to have gone into quasi-retirement. Some of her better articles here, here, and here.
Deadly Space Action! and everything else on Cartoon Drive Thru (formerly Cartoon Death Zone). From the creator of Bonus Stage and with the same kind of humor. The old channel can be found here, the new one here.
Pokťmon The 'Bridged Series does not get NEARLY as much attention as it should. It's funny, irreverent, and made by really talented Youtubers.
Regular Car Reviews, two car guys who do quirky (and that is often putting it mildly) reviews of normal cars.
Tsuki Desu, a criminally obscure fanime with surprisingly engaging plot and characters.
Bowser Lemonade is an absurd, outlandish satire that revels in repetition, and incorrect use of ethnic slurs, simultaneously breaking down racial barriers. It's made using the Talking Ben app, and most episodes' attention span lasts around 48 seconds, though there are exceptions (usually during multi-part arcs). They're on their fifth season now, well past the 100th episode, nearing 200. There's even a film! It's not smart to watch out of order, as it's full of fun, wacky lore, in-jokes, amazing characters, and loads of continuity (though it may not seem like it at first), and it just gets better every season, though the first half of season 3 and currently 5 may have suffered from Seasonal Rot, it's still pretty funny. Plus, what other series has three Obamas raging against an insane dog, using Jesus robots? Think of it as a shorter and more unhinged (and far more vulgar) Aqua Teen Hunger Force or Squidbillies.
The interactive game Ascension by RinmaruGames. A cohesive, dynamic plot, complex world-building, with races which have their own unique values, a well-thought out political structure, mythological plot elements, a strong protagonist, and a good deal of Character Development for the heroes and the villains.
Ross's Game Dungeon is a review show hosted by Ross Scott of Freeman's Mind fame. In his reviews, Ross covers obscure video games and delivers very good analysis of the gameplay. Ross is fair in his reviews and discusses both the good and the bad of each game without slipping into Caustic Critic mode. Just like Gordon, Ross does go off on entertaining tangents that makes his reviews unique.
The Oddity Archive - A video series that focuses on obscure technology while at the same time riffing on obscure, strange vintage videos. Seriously underrated and worth a look.
2Beats+ - Definitely a newer show, but more than deserving of a look. Two guys review discographies of artists past their popular peak to see how they've aged. The duo uses comedic tension to help drill their points home.
Expedition Z, a post-apocalyptic zombie Web Serial Novel and its fellow StoryShift brethren Fire and Feathers, Ashfall: Hopeless, The Drunk Boys and many more. You get to decide what happens in the next chapters and sometimes defines the entire plot!
The Gondolend series by Will Svensen. It's a series of loosely connected (or sometimes not connected at all) stories chronicling events in Gondolend, a world where people and dinosaurs coexist. It nicely averts Somewhere, a Paleontologist Is Crying and features likable, believable characters and scads of detailed world-building, but not many know about it.
RWBY: The Abridged Series is great from the start. It has funny jokes, a good alternate take on the characters and fantastic voice acting. The only real criticism for the show is that Romanís voice actor had a microphone that made him sound a little off in the first episode, which has been fixed in episode two onward. It was really popular at first, going by the YouTube viewing system, but itís lost a lot of viewers, presumably due to the long episode time making process, the parody being on the obscure side and not that many episodes of this writing. But itís a great parody overall and definitely worth checking out.
For a two minute animated short, "The Casebook of Nips & Porkington" starring detectives Nips and Porkington trying to recover an egg. This seriously deserves more attention. The animation is nice, the voice acting is fanstastic, and the plot looks something straight out of Tin Tin
Steppenwolf: The X-Creatures Project, an original episodic adventure game that Warner Bros. put out through their website in the early 2000's. Sure, the gameplay hasn't aged that well, and the voice-acting is nothing to write home about, but the game more than makes up for it with a genuinely gripping and original story following a pair of globe-trotting Back-to-Back Badasses—a feisty red-haired Intrepid Reporter and a reclusive Great White Hunter scientist in tribal face paint—as they tangle with a mysterious conspiracy and hunt down famous cryptids in exotic locations. Each four-part episode revolves around a different mythical monster (the Mokele Mbembe, the Yeti, the Heruka, the Kraken and the Chubacabra, in that order) in a 24-part epic that plays out like a Darker and Edgier tribute to classic adventure serials. The game is largely forgotten now, but its central concept is awesome enough that the WB easily could have gotten an animated series out of it.