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Uncle Al is an American YouTuber that uploads gaming and entertainment videos. Known for the Krusty Kooch Chronicles series, DragonTardZ, his reviews on certain video games, How the Grinch Saved 2020, Grand Theft Courage, The Uncle Al Show (currently has one episode as of 2021), and Donkey Kong Country Abridged.
Why He's Amazing
- His way of making parodies of certain cartoons and TV shows such as Jimmy Neutron, Ren & Stimpy, SpongeBob (most notable), Dragon Ball Z, and loads of others by using pictures and clips of either the source material or badly drawn pictures or freeze shots of other characters moving is done the most exaggerated way to be made in a very comical and hilarious manner.
- His voice acting for the characters he uses for parody purposes such as Plankton, Mr. Krabs, Hugh Neutron, Patrick, Squidward, SpongeBob, Ren, Stimpy, and loads of others are really accurate, they sound almost how the other actors played those characters. It got to the point that some people jokingly accused him of keeping the actual voice actors prisoner in his basement.
- He mocked cancel culture in 2020 when he made "The Cancelled Krab", see it for yourself.
- His recent video, How the Grinch Saved 2020, is a very well done parody to the book, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas", and the 1966 Chuck Jones cartoon. It sums up 2020 in general (and sometimes in the most comedic ways possible), but has given out a very good point about why masks are important to wear during a pandemic, even when you're going out in public.
- His video centered on Hugh Neutron, Into the Hughverse (Ft. Mark DeCarlo), is a very entertaining, hilarious, heartwarming, and enjoyable video that centers on him and his traits. It's also a love letter to Jimmy Neutron fans who adore Hugh Neutron as a character. Most importantly, the video even had Hugh's voice actor, Mark DeCarlo, and the voice actress of Judy Neutron, Megan Cavanagh, involved in the making of that video. That all just better shows how incredible Jimmy Neutron's parents really are outside of the meme culture, the entire video is undoubtedly a true crossover between these two characters and Uncle Al since both voice actors portray their aforementioned characters in the exact same way as they did from the original show.
- Not to mention that Al made a video that he made of him calmly and politely asking the makers to add Hugh Neutron of all characters to be in their game with good reasons for Hugh to be in Nickelodeon's recent game, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, it even showcased Mark DeCarlo making a post on Twitter centered on Uncle Al's post and many other YouTubers like Slackerz, for example, talking about how highly requested Hugh had become. This was such a great video that the makers of the game actually heard from his request, just a few months later as seen here, and they made Hugh Neutron a playable character. The first time a beloved cartoon character was requested to be in a video game that legitimately worked, this also shows how Uncle Al's videos brought a certain level of legacy to the slogan Al made for Hugh, #HughNation.
- Agreeably, in 2018, he has pointed out why the Nintendo Switch Sales has hit through the wall.
- His videos can show relevance to past events, "Pat for Pres" is a parody of the 2020 US presidential election.
- He has a lot of excellent satire and outrageously funny humor in a lot of his parody videos.
- He's also a good animator as well. His animation for his video, Dr. Robotnik's Master Plan, is very well done, and the 16-bit art style looks accurate to the classic Sonic games.
- Unlike John Kricfalusi with Ren and Stimpy: Adult Party Cartoon, Uncle Al managed to appeal Ren and Stimpy to adults correctly by toning down gross-out humor while keeping the personalities of Ren and Stimpy accurate in which because of it, the adult humor in his Ren and Stimpy videos are done correctly to the point where there aren't any mean-spirited moments in it.
- According to him, YouTube almost tried to cancel his YouTube career. Let him explain.
- After "A Very Squidward Christmas" was uploaded, the title card soundtrack was removed due to copyright. But the video is still present.