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Web Animation / Katzun

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Katzun, born 2000, is a Texan storytime YouTuber similar to Domics, Jaiden Animations, TheOdd1sOut, and Tabbes. Most famous for their expressive art style and detailed animation, they mainly talk about their introversion, experiences from school, or fandoms (including the Furry Fandom, which they are a part of), but also post other animated skits and vlogs. They have done collaborative videos with their contemporaries as well, such as TheOdd1sOut and Wolfychu. They are also openly gay and nonbinary, and have a separate channel called Katzun's Kloset, which is dedicated to being a support group for LGBTQ+ teens.

Their channel can be found here, their Instagram here, their Twitter here, and their DeviantArt here.

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  • Art Evolution: Has changed their art style at least eight times since they started the channel, slowly getting more and more detailed as they have grown. Their styles in 2020 was far blockier and stylized than their style in 2018, which was more rounded.
    This one [their animesque persona] is weird, okay? I literally don't draw like this! I don't know what I was thinking. Look how feminine! This—this is such a woman! I'm not a woman! Like, why are my titties so big? ... It's weird.... This is just so not me.
  • Appropriate Animal Attire: Usually their characters are barefoot when drawn in detail; otherwise, they wear Long Pants. Their persona also used to be barefoot, but since 2020 also forgo their pants.
  • But Not Too Bi: They describe themself as attracted to "girls, nonbinary people, and, like, two dudes."
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  • Butch Lesbian: Downplayed. While their persona has always looked somewhat masculine, they have added fashion statements to make themself look more emo, such as nose rings and torn leggings. Somewhat justified after they came out as nonbinary.
  • Character Development: They discussed theirs in a few videos, specifically on dealing with anxiety and being more open about their sexuality and gender.
  • Contemptible Cover: Invoked on the "Why I LOVE Furries" video, which shows their character stripped down to their underwear in shame.
    • Also used on their video where they came out as nonbinary, which features their persona bare-chested after top surgery—which only makes the former example even less comfortable.
  • Furry Fandom: Has covered this in their video "Why I LOVE Furries." Also is most likely a member, given that they made a merch announcement titled "owo What's This," opening their 2019-2020 videos with "Meow meow kitty litter!", and being subscribed to popular furry YouTubers such as Majira Strawberry and BetaEtaDelota. In May 2020, they admitted it, albeit in a very roundabout way.
  • Precision F-Strike: Used—though bleeped-out—in "Coming Out Pt. II."
  • Something Completely Different: Starting in 2019, they have moved away from storytime animations to become more of a variety channel involving storytime speedpaints, animated skits, and other miscellaneous videos. Their most viewed video, with over 15 million views as of October 2020, is an animated music video of Stephanie Mabey's "The Zombie Song."
  • Reluctant Fanservice Girl: As shown on the cover of "Why I LOVE Furries", at least when they were known as female.
  • Shrinking Violet: Discussed their problems with social anxiety in "I'm the Most Introverted Introvert to Ever Introvert." In the video, they talk about wanting to hole up in their room after talking with a friend in real life, and how they plead for their mother after sleepovers because they're so anxious. They spend more time talking with friends online anyway because the face-to-face barrier is lifted, and the extroverts are "just busy... extroverting."


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