King Vader Calebcity And Rdcworld1 Are Black Creatives Whove Become Known For Their Viral Anime
The words accompany a video that piques your interest, stopping you from scrolling further on social media. The video features a black man as the titular anime character in a fighting stance, looking on intensely at his enemy. Then, he cracks a smile and starts dancing. A group of fighters behind him follow his lead as the encounter transforms into a heated dance battle and only the ones with the best dance moves are left standing.
Viral anime-based comedy videos has become more prominent in the late 2010s thanks to black social media creatives CalebCity, King Vader, and RDCworld1. Some are short clips that highlight the absurdity of very specific anime tropes like how slow time moves or parents unconcerned with their children going on life-threatening adventures. Others are longer videos that are parodies of reality TV shows like Big Brother or The Real World, featuring well-known anime characters like Goku, Naruto, and Vegeta trying to live together without killing each other. Caleb, Vader, and RDCs work serves as an introduction to anime for the curious and unfamiliar, and a reinterpretation of it for those who are already fans all while providing a necessary representation.
For both Caleb and Vader, their earliest anime experiences was with Dragon Ball Z.
Image courtesy of CalebCity
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When People Take Anime Too Far
Have you ever seen someone take anime too far? Well in this spectacularly funny video, youll see people take anime too far to the point that it just becomes a masterpiece. The video below features moves and techniques from various animes such as Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Yu Yu Hakusho, Yugioh, Dragon Ball, Avatar and many more. Im sure itll brighten anyones day .
So from the numerous number of anime featured in this video, it goes onto make this video so good. I couldnt stop watching this video due to how funny it was. Nevertheless, if youd like to watch more of these go check out the youtubers profile RDCworld1. Also be sure to go on ahead and comment down below telling me what you think of this very funny video, and there is no such thing as going too far for any anime!
The Group And Their Videos Contain The Following Tropes:
- Adaptational Jerkass: Whenever the group portrays characters from media, expect this trope to be in for the sake of comedy.
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