Vangelus: It's hit that beautiful, perfect size between practical and psychopathic.
Subtitles: Practical psychopathy, of course.
Breaking the Fourth Wall - One of Vangelus's out-of-character blogs ended with him telling the viewers, "Also, there's no subtitles because, guys, the Subtitles don't really exist. Seriously. There's a thing called the fourth wall. Chyah." Or is there?
Bullying a Dragon - Omega Spreem only made an already ticked off Gundam Ariosmadder by repeatedly insulting him to his face after he was caught making a move on his daughter. Archer didn't take it well either...
Caustic Critic - MAJORLY averted, though parodied in his earlier reviews where he challenges those who disagree with his reviews to a fight on the internet!
vangelous U R A SHEEP >:(!!
Color-Coded for Your Convenience: The Subtitles tend to engage in this (sometimes unwillingly), just in case you missed the massive bits of yellow on Animated Bumblebee's hood, along with the yellow on his roof or the yellow on the doors.
"You can also pose these Dual GN-Drives pretty well. And yeah, see, I knew some terminology there! 'Dual GN-Drives!'' That’s how this guy cruises the spaceways and looks for his lost brother, Racer X..."
Department of Redundancy Department: His April Fools Day 2014 review is full of examples, such as "the elbow joint bends at the elbow", "look at how scuplted that scuplt is", and describing every single joint on a figure as moving "in and out".
Fantastic Racism: Hybrid Style Optimus Prime (who happens to be really short) orders Drift to get back to "his corner" (with the Japanese toys) to avoid "being around a foreign toy like him" drawing attention towards how short he is. This is in spite of the fact that Drift isn't from Japan and is an Autobot like Optimus.
"... The final review from the Stolen Chinese Foursome that I received shortly before Christmas."
HE MEANS TOYS.
Insistent Terminology - Occasionally, other reviewers of upcoming toys will describe the figure they have as "pre-release". Every such toy reviewed by Internet Personality Vangelus is a Stolen Chinese Toy.
Cyclonus's drones are known as "And His Armada".
Actually, the Cyclonii are Cyclonus, "The Warrior", and "And His Armada". Ignore the fact that only two appear in the film...
Any third-partytransformingrobotactionfigure will be referred to strictly by the name the third-party company gave it. The transformer character being referenced by the toy will usually only be referred to in an indirect way, and no indication is ever given that, for example, Warbot Defender has anything to do with Springer except share a vaguely similar head. He claims to do this because it upsetsfanboys.
The review of Animated Cybertronian Optimus Prime ends with Vangelus defending his preferences regarding toys and other things but ends before the second branch can go too far.
However, the recent review of G1 Megatron's face upgrade has no such early ending, and we hear all about Vangelus's dreams.
"Not Making This Up" Disclaimer: In the SRC Dancougar review, Vangelus says he doesn't know the name of Dancougar's sword, but hopes it's something awesome like "Dankuuken" — which it is. The Subtitles insist that this isn't a scripted joke and Vangelus really didn't know the sword's name at the time.
Product Placement: Spoofed in his April Fools review, where he stops every minute or so to pitch...just about everything, from Coke Zero to a particular brand of tape measure. This includes spending about a minute solid at the start where he goes on about how awesome KB Toys is.
The Subtitles taking a quote from Vangelus out of context.
His epic Fan Fic, Love Across The Universe: Can You Recall It?.
Every time he reviews a car, he says "And he rolls!... Okay, let's transform him." This is because car-mode Transformers usually have few gimmicks outside of rolling, and because a surprising amount of them have little or no ground clearance, meaning that whether or not they roll actually is a factor.
Ultra Magnus. He can deal with it.
Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: The Subtitles claims to be "on strike" in regards to the V-Builds due to their length. When Vangelus finally put together the Master Grade Unicorn Gundam seven years after purchasing it, the Subtitles considered ending the strike in order to watch, but bugged out after noticing that the episode was just shy of 90 minutes.
Totally Radical - Since the name "Vangelus" tends to get taken a lot (due to the musician Vangelis) the actual YouTube account is "Vange1us", which he insists "shows you're street-smart to the internets, and I'm takin' it back for the kids." Occasionally, when referring specifically to his Youtube channel, he pronounces it "Vange-one-us."