Everything you could want from a cartoon centric YouTube channel and more!
Channel Frederator is not only “Cartoon Central of the Internet”, it’s also currently the biggest YouTube channel in the cartoon community. Founded by Fred Siebert and managed by Frederator Networks, Channel Frederator is a group of independent cartoonist on a mission to share their love for the animation art form and make animation too! If you are a fan of animation, this channel is a must watch for you! There’s something for everyone to enjoy: Clips, original animations, recommendations, trivia, interviews with industry professionals, exclusive behind the scenes stuff and more! I love all of Channel Frederator’s content, “Tooned Up”, “107 Facts”, “Then VS Now”, “Know Your Show”, “Cartoon Hangover”, “Notification Squad” and “Whatever Happened to...” are all amazing. But “Cartoon Conspiracy” is my favorite.
“Cartoon Conspiracy” is proof that many cartoons are very well researched and meant to be over-analyzed. Nothing in animation is an accident, so if you suspect that a scene in a cartoon might have a deeper meaning, it probably does. One thing that separates “Cartoon Conspiracy” from other conspiracy shows on YouTube, is that the people at Channel Frederator usually don’t come up the the conspiracies featured in the show. They take theories surrounding cartoons that already exist and then explain the theory, analyze how well it holds up and in the end, rate it’s plausibility. And their conclusion on a theory is not always an opinion, occasionally they are able to get cartoon creators and animation historians to come on the show to confirm or debunk certain theories once and for all.
Overall I really cannot recommend Channel Frederator enough to animation fans! You will not be disappointed with this channel. There’s just so many shows to choose from and something to fit everyone’s tastes! The content is usually ok, but sometimes they discuss adult cartoons and scenes in cartoons related to sex, swearing, drugs, drinking, gore etc. but these videos are usually recognizable by their titles and thumbnails.
This title contains:
Positive role models
Violence & scariness