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Starting on June 9th, 2009 a YouTube user known as "Tekking101" posted a game review to his channel. Two years later he started a series that would earn him a majority of his fame on the site by reviewing the then ongoing series, Bleach, starting from chapter 452. Since then he has reviewed every chapter of the series all the way to the final chapter. Analyzing the shonen series in a humorous manner and always looking debonair.

Assisting him, though a lot of the times hindering him, are copies of himself all with different aspects at the fore front. They go as followed; Smart, Rad, Law, & Vampire!Tekking. Sometimes they pop up during the reviews to "contribute" and other times they helm their own series on the channel.

In addition to his weekly reviews of the Bleach chapters he has also done discussion videos on the core cast, let's plays of various pokemon games, some randomized, and even took a look at Bleach's mangaka's, Tite Kubo, early works such as Zombiepowder.. When Bleach's end was coming closer to a reality he has started to do reviews of One Piece and later My Hero Academia to fill in.


  • All Just a Dream: His BLEACH reviews ended this way, with the reveal that everything in his review was just a dream, and he was still working his regular job without YouTube.
  • Axe-Crazy: Smart!Tekking was never playing with a full deck to start with, but it went even worse from there.
  • Bait-and-Switch: In his recap of One Piece Chapter 877, Tekking comes in crying, saying he's grieving over the latest death and ask for a moment of silence. Most people would think he's talking about Pedro but he instead wails about the apparent death of Perospero.
  • Explain, Explain... Oh, Crap!: In his recap of One Piece Chapter 867, he is confused about why Mother Caramel and the other orphans disappeared during Linlin's birthday party, saying that it wouldn't make sense for them to just run off while Linlin was eating her cake along with everything in her reach...causing him to realize the horrifying implications.
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  • Gag Dub: Indulges in this from time to time. Taking a still panel from the manga he will often add in his own dialogue and characterization to the players in the series. At times it can almost cross into the lines of an Abridged Series.

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