John "Enter" Rozanski
- "What I'm doing is wrong, I know it's wrong, but I'm gonna do it anyway."
The creator and main reviewer of Animated Atrocities and Admirable Animation. He also reviews episodes from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
Tropes that apply to John:
- Adorkable: Whether it be happily praising his favorite shows or his witty sense of humor, he definitely comes off as this.
- And then there's the "typewriter dance" in Top 20 Worst Theme Songs...
- Asexual: Has stated multiple times in having no interest in sex or relationships, making him an aromantic asexual.
- Badass Beard: Most of his avatars (his cloaked one being the exception) have facial hair.
- Badass Longcoat: One of his avatars is a man in a trenchcoat. This was before he had to change editors.
- Challenge Gamer: His 'Challenge Accepted' series has this as its entire premise.
- Deadpan Snarker: Likes to make snarky comments in most of his Animated Atrocities reviews.
- The Faceless: In his earliest videos, he repeatedly stated that he would never show his face to public. He later dropped this gimmick.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: BIG TIME. He tends to blow his stack whenever he reviews something horrible, to the point where it's not funny at times.
- Sir Swears-a-Lot: Depends on what episode he reviews. How frequently he swears usually has to do with how bad he thinks the episode is and how angry it makes him.
- Unstoppable Rage: In his earlier reviews, he had a tendency to go completely ballistic when he was faced with the absolute worst of the animation industry. These days, he's more prone to Tranquil Fury.
The Old Man
- The Bus Came Back: After three years of being MIA, he makes his big return in the Totally Spies! review. This is lampshaded by Mr. Enter, to which The Old Man claims that it is because the grocery store didn't have real maple syrup and it somehow took him three years to get some.
- Cool Old Guy: When Mr. Enter comes close to the Despair Event Horizon, he comes out of nowhere to give him an epic speech and convinces him to keep fighting for what he believes in.
- The Obi-Wan: Serves as this to Mr. Enter.
- Put on a Bus: He stopped appearing around 2014.
Tropes that apply to Voodoo Raisins:
- Guest-Star Party Member: He was the editor for the 'DW's Bad Mood' review.
- Nice Guy: Is a very affable individual who interacts with Mr Enter's fans.