RackaRacka is a group YouTube channel, known mostly for their perilous stunts and gruesome brutality. It is run by two twins, Danny & Michael Philppou, from Adelaide, South Australia.
Characters throughout the Channel
Ronald McDonald is the most famous of all the characters of the channel, as the channel make him a serial killer or a lame superhero. One time Racka Racka made a video about him torturing famous YouTuber, HowToBasic. He is also the mascot of the channel.
So far the newest character to the channel, Freddy Fazbear appears as the special main antagonist in the "Five Nights at Sesame Street" crossover. The animatronic is also the titular antagonist in the "Five Nights at Freddy's" franchise. This incarnation of Freddy is tremendously different compared to his original counterpart. Freddy Fazbear is one of the most violent and brutal characters on the channel.
Sesame Street Characters
RackaRacka made Sesame Street terrifying, especially in the videos, "Five Nights at Sesame Street" and "Ronald McDonald VS Cookie Monster". They also made an older video about the Cookie Monster literally was a monster because he hunted down anyone who was going to steal his cookies
Scorpion appeared in "Mortal Kombat X Brutalities in Real Life", and the video was violent and not recommended for 9 year-olds.
DC Super Heros
The DC Superheroes (which are Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman) appear in one video called, "DC vs. Marvel". In that video, the DC and Marvel were fighting over tickets.
The effects of RackaRacka's videos are very realistic and terrifying. They have very realistic animated blood, freaky deaths, and torture.
On April 2nd 2018, the creators of the channel announced in their final episode of the channel's mini-series 'House of Rakka' that they were leaving Youtube due to changes in the platform's monitisation policies, and being unable to permenantly sustain their lives by living off of their earnings generated through the website. The channel is still currently active, however with no new uploads.
Only two months later, RackaRacka posted a video called "Ronald Mcdonald PLAYS FORTNITE", confirming their comeback on Youtube. They are still currently posting videos.