The runaway success of The Best Page in the Universe back in the late 90's spawned a whole genre of websites that follow the pattern of, "I run an angry blog where I write offensive things". Many even go as far as to title their pages akin the original with examples like, "The Second Best Page in the Universe", or even, "The Worst Page in the Universe". Most imitators unfortunately are victims of Sturgeon's Law, ignoring the original website's satirical edge and instead just aiming for shock value.
One of his complaints about Revenge of the Sith was the unimaginative name given to General Grievous, suggesting that they call all future bad guys "Evil" and "Bad". Come Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 4, there is a Darth Maul expy introduced given the name "Savage Oppress". Then there's thisGame Informer article revealing that Galen Marek of The Force Unleashed did not get a "Darth" title because the ones George Lucas offered to the dev team were "Darth Icky" and "Darth Insanius".
His anti-iPhone page, which features a "non-biased, side-by-side comparison of some key features of each phone". Several of the features that he brings up are part of the Nokia E70 (the phone he compares to the iPhone) but not the iPhone have become standard in later generations of the iPhone, including custom ringtones, sound and video recording, MMS, voice dialing (through Siri), and instant messaging.
This 2010 article rants about the overuse of the word "epic" and shows several examples of things having the word in their title. Come 2013, and there exists a movie called, well, take a wild guess.
His video on E3 2015 has him complain about the trailer for Mad Max, drawing comparison to the trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road and specifically naming the latter using fire tornadoes, while noting their absence in the former. Come the game's launch, and it turns out said tornadoes do appear in the game.
Misaimed Fandom: A nice portion of his fanbase are the same exact people Maddox rags on, if some of the fan mail he shows is any indication.
Nightmare Fuel: Though his portrayal of violent imagery is pretty much always played for laughs, the description of a girl peeling off and eating her face while bleeding to death in this article comes off as way more disturbing than funny.