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|“||Greetings Otaku faithful, thank you for joining me again this week, once again this is Larry Williams, OAW Commander-in-Chief, and I am here today to bring you all yet another *insert review here* right here on, Otaku ASSEMBLE!!!!! Weekly, as always bringing you the latest in this week's *finishes describing the review subject*||”|
―Catchphrase at the beginning of every one of his videos
Larry Williams of the YouTube channel Otaku ASSEMBLE is an African American YouTuber who does vlog style reviews primarily about TV Shows like Game of Thrones, Sons of Anarchy, and Vikings, but occasionally about anime like Hunter X Hunter 2011. All of his reviews are vlogs, unscripted, and mostly unedited, giving his raw, harsh critique about the episode, (or, occasionally, although not often, full series or movie), that he's reviewing and analyzing.
Good Friends on YouTube
- Ugo Strange
- A Game of Thrones
- Sons of Anarchy
- Black Sails
- Bordwalk Empire
- The Flash
- Legends of Tomorrow
- Young Justice(cartoon)
- Hunter X Hunter 2011
- X-Men: Days of Future Past
- Man of Steel
- Captain America: Civil War
- Pirates of the Carribean: On Stranger Tides
- X-Men: First Class
- Super 8
- The Adjustment Bureau
- Harry Potter and the Deahtly Hallows Part 2
- Captain America: The First Avenger
- Samurai X OVA's(anime)
- Marvel's Avengers
- The Dark Knight Rises
- Oz the Great & Powerful
- Iron Man 3
- Batman v Superman Rant
Discussion of the Week & Rants
Discussion of the Week is a segment on his channel where his fans get to vote for specific discussions for Larry to have in videos. It can be about pretty much anything; religion, racism, sexism, politics, men & women, anime, manga, video games, movies, music, the entertainment industry, and anything else in between.
- Women & Compliments
- Radcial & Ethnic Identity in Anime & Manga
- Why I Write comic Books
- Sexualization in Comic Books
- Little Girls in Fantasy Worlds
- Historical References in Media
- Minorities Presence in Fiction
- Creativity in Today's Society
- Video Games in Today's Society
- Parenting & Censorship
- Dark & Edgy Entertainment
- Male Portrayals in media
- The Value of a College Education
- Obesity in America
- Double Standards in Equality (RANT)
- The Valu eof Humanity
- Modern Cartoon Network
- Persoanl Legends
- Online PrivacyFree Speech
- Autism in America
- Social Media
- My Favorite Music
- My Video Game History
- The Necessity of Violence
- Dealing With REligious Extremists
- Interracial Dating
- Female Leads in Star Wars
- Anime Film Adaptations
- Safe Spaces and Free Speech
- Double Standars in Equality (RANT)
- My Problems With Hollywood
- My Problems With Today's Anime & Manga
- Is it Possible to Outgrow a Genre or Medium?
- The Reasons Why I Dropped Naruto
- DC Comics & Warner Brothers - WTF ARE YOU THINKING!!!!!?????
- Addressing DirectTV Dropping FX Network
- My Problem With "New YouTubers"
- FUCK ALL YOU INUYASHA HATERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- OAW DECLARES WAR ON SOPA & PROJECT IP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- My Problems With Fanboys
- Batman v Superman Rant
Anime Favorites is a series where Larry discusses one of his most favorite anime in a video and explains why it is one of his personal favorites. This is one of the longest running series on his channel, but it isn't updated very often at all; it's been going on since 2011, and only has 9 episodes released.
- Dragonball Z
- Yu Yu Hakusho
- Rurouni Kenshin ft. Uberhikari
- Shamen King
- Outlaw Star
- Tenshi Muyo/Universe/In Tokyo
- Cowboy Bebop
- Death Note
- Greetings Otaku faithful, thank you for joining me again this week, once again this is Larry Williams, OAW Commander-in-Chief, and I am here today to bring you all yet another *insert review here* right here on, Otaku ASSEMBLE!!!!! Weekly, as always bringing you the latest in this week's *finishes describing the review subject*
- "I'm just sayin'."