If you do know him, thaats great but if you dont, let me explain to you. He is known to bitch about shows he hates like Johnny Test. He even makes threats against people in the old Terrible TV Shows Wikia. I've seen his IP address on the old site and this IP told me his name is Kieran Glen Harris Stark. Jesus Christ.
220.127.116.11 but he has many others. You can recognize him regardless of his IP from:
The way he writes. He Writes Always With Unneeded Caps Like This Sentence I Wrote
Often writes sexual obscenities, frequently based on bestiality.
Often writes sentences starting with "Imagine if" followed by perverted sexual fantasies or plain nonsense concluded by an exclamation mark. Example: "Imagine if Pumbaa went Super Saiyan!"
He's obsessed with Sonic characters and often writes about weird fanfiction about them.
He's a Hotel Transylvania, Bee Movie and Ariana Grande hater. He likes to say that the things/persons he hates should die.
He likes to write mediocre reviews of anything in a lazy way, often considering only three things. These reviews are always concluded by a vote expressed with a number that can go from 0 to 100, with possible use of decimals, and a comment made by two adjectives (example: 97.98 From great to awesome).
Frequent "all caps" rage issues while he says how much he despise something. These often have a lot of question and exclamation marks.
He likes to use emoijs in his comments, often vulgar ones like a hand giving the finger, and text emoticons, especially these ones >8( >:-D
He even contacts users on their message walls to tell them the pages he wrote, even if it is obvious they don't care about it.
Most importantly, he writes preposterous pages of very poor quality, with fake "Why it sucks/rocks" reasons such as it has soul, it is very deep, X made this and the usual obscenities. Also says something is sexist and racist out of nowhere.
You need to disable anonymous editing from Best TV Shows Wikia, for starters, if you didn't already. This will help preventing the guy from editing there.
While some of your arguments are valid, many of them can be countered. You mentioned some stuff about misleading titles/clickbait, and one of the examples was the TTG rant. I purposely titled it so the people who clicked it would be the haters of the show, AKA the audience that video was targeted for. Also, making titles/thumbnails to grab a viewer's attention is every YouTuber's goal, explaining why many other people use clickbait far worse than you'd imagine (with red circles and arrows, you know those kind). Also I have given several unpopular opinions - people don't agree with what I think about Star vs the Forces of Evil. They also dislike that I think Steven Universe is worse than Gravity Falls. One big thing is that people don't agree with me that Sanjay and Craig is a Regular Show ripoff. You mention I've made no improvement at all. While many of my same techniques have been used for months, you should take a look at the older days of my channel (aka the Gravity Falls times). I used a bad mic, just had zooming/panning, talked completely monotone, stuttered, and a ton of bad things. Over time (more towards the end of 2016) I changed my style and have been slowly improving, although keeping the same general style. I've been on YouTube for many years, and you should look at the previous ones if you really want to see how I've improved. You say I make too many videos on the same thing. Those are series of videos (you will know this if you watch them) and each video has different stuff. Creepiest Lost Cartoon Episodes videos have different stories, Characters That Have Disappeared have different characters, etc. and it isn't the same thing. One big thing you say is how I used the victim card in that transitional period between the ending of Gravity Falls and doing cartoon videos. I legitimately was thinking about quitting due to the drop of views. While views aren't everything, just put yourself in the shoes of a 200,000 sub YouTuber who experienced a drop of 100,000+ views and decreasing subs each day. I didn't know what content to make, I had no desire to do anything. Accusing me of playing the victim card is an exaggeration. You say that some of my older videos are bad, aka the SB complete garbage video. I agree that it's bad, which is why I make videos with different opinions later on. Why? Because my opinion changes over time. You say that 6 months isn't enough for episodes to get better, but look back at the episode list of Spongebob and you'll see some really good episodes in that time period. Also I don't delete videos with outdated opinions/thoughts because I want to show people how my channel/opinions have changed. This is why I still keep my Minecraft videos up in Summer of 2013 (terrible vids but it shows how much I changed). Making short videos is my personal style. Some people want to see long analytical videos discussing cartoons/reviews and stuff (like 10-20 mins each) but that isn't my type of content. I like going over brief details and analysis, so people can drop in, watch a quick video, and then leave. They're easy to watch for the viewer, and it's their preference. Finally I wouldn't call myself a cartoon reviewer. I do videos on cartoon news and videos about miscellaneous cartoon info. Sometimes reviews, but it's not the main part of my channel. Overall I would say many of your opinions would be very different if you were in my position and you were more familiar with how YouTube worked. ~Vailskibum94.
EC1995 wrote: Why did it suffered from bad editing, CHICHI7YT?
He is the most popular cartoon channel (he has more than 391,170 subs), though his videos barely increased in quailty. Even smaller channels than him make videos with better editing. It is a very obvious problem.