MoBrosStudios, better known as simply MoBros, is a YouTuber who is a prominent figure in the YouTube Poop community, a title he does not view as important. He is most recognized for his most famous video, Skellington's Revenge.
As of October 2, 2015, MoBros has retired his entire YouTube account. Wether or not this is permanent is unknown.
MoBros is considered one of, if not the most influential YouTube Pooper in the community. His views on the matter are quite different from many poopers before him, claiming that the practice of creating YTP, and videos in general should not be treated as a business, rather a form of expression. Mobros started as a YTPer after being exposed to the style in 2009, a period where the style was still trying to adjust to the standards they are today. He started with "The Ed's Crazy Weekend" in January 2010. The poop was met with poor recognition, but MoBros advanced since then. On December 25, MoBros uploaded "Skellington's Revenge," a story-driven poop, which was a new concept at the time, with dual sources, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and the SpongeBob Squarepants episode "Christmas Who?" The video was a success, receiving positive reviews and, as of November 1, 2015, over 3 million views. MoBros considers "Skellington's Revenge" the work he is most proud of, according to his first Q&A.
MoBros usually considers more story-driven works rather than traditional routes, an opinion many traditionalists criticize him for.
Not very much is known about MoBros's personal life. After his first Q&A video, it has been revealed he attended Becker College in Massachusetts under a game design major, later transferring to University of Connecticut, suggesting he lives in or near the northeastern United States. He also is a passionate supporter of LGBT rights, as revealed in several comics on his DA page. He claims to be non-partisan, even though his views veer closely to the left.
On Sunday, July 3, 2015, MoBrosStudios' father passed away from Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH). Because of this, he changed all of his videos on the channel to private, and only released one video, titled "Goodbye", in which he explained what had happened to his father and his condition. He held the channel in that state in a "mourning period" until Friday, April 8, 2015. Where he returned to making his normal type of videos until he retired his channel on October 2.