Reviews: Greeny Phatom

An odd series.

I've known about Greeny Phatom for quite a while now. I don't remember exactly when, or how I found out about it, but I remember immediately disliking it upon discovering it.

Greeny Phatom is a web series by Robert Stainton focusing on the bizarre adventures of Little Guy, the king of 123 Greeny Phatom, and his friends.

When I first found out about the series, I bashed it along with its creator due to the extremely poor animation and use of text-to-speech voices. I frequently made jokes with my friends that were rude towards Robert Stainton and the series.

However, I now realize that my behavior was uncalled-for. Robert Stainton has been making this series for 9 whole years, despite the large backlash from several viewers. While I still dislike Greeny Phatom for the reasons I mentioned above, I think that rude comments against its creator are unjustified.

I'm personally not a fan of the series, but I do understand why it has a fanbase. There are many people who like surreal humor and Widget Series, and they might enjoy the strange plot-lines and big-lipped alligator moments in Greeny Phatom.

In summary, if you're looking for something bizarre to watch, you might be interested in Greeny Phatom. If you're looking for a polished and refined series, look elsewhere.

Oy vey.

Hello, anyone that's looking at this. My name is Ryan Silberman, and I am the guy who created The Greeny Phaton Show (the parody, not THIS P.O.S.) under my old alias, "SMB Madman" (Which I hate to be referred to as, now), and while I did have a fair share of Old Shame for targeting at this thing and its "fans" since I moved on from working with Greeny Phatom characters for the better (After all, I made fully fledged games like Dynamite Alex, which has its own TV Tropes page), that doesn't change the fact that Greeny Phatom is one of the worst things to ever plague the Internet.

The Gree City, Lucas City, Whatever City, Crap City, etc are all just dreadful to spend even a few seconds watching. Watching a wall in a silent room is more entertaining, because there is at least no sound to harm your ears or visual pain. I'm glad I made fun of this, because it was necessary and needed to be said.

My Old Shame is the reason why I unlisted The Greeny Phatom Show from YouTube a while after I created it, but now that there's a lot more people out there that are much more vocal about how shocking Greeny Phatom's existence is, I decided to make TGPS public again for anyone on YouTube to freely view. Unfortunately, the second episode I made of it is gone forever.

Obviously, this video I made isn't my best work, and it was never meant to be, but it's a million times more enjoyable than Greeny Phatom itself, and that's a goal I fortunately fulfilled just fine.