Space Bunnies Review: Camp Camp
RTX was a blast! Unfortunately it conflicted with our (somewhat) regularly scheduled anime reviews. So, to make up for that, the next review will be on the whole Konosuba series to date, as well as this precious gem right here. Also because Andromeda and I cosplayed Gwen and female David on Sunday at RTX. Pics bellow.
From the people that brought up Red vs. Blue and RWBY, Jordan Cwierz and Miles Luna have brought to us, a place where you and I can stay and where we can go to laugh and play. Camp Camp.
Camp Camp follows the adventures of a ten-year old boy named Max, played by Michael Jones (Sun Wukong, Achievement Hunter, Rage Quit, Sting Eucliffe) as he is constantly trying to leave the dysfunctional Camp Campbell and it’s overly cheery camp counselor, David, played by Miles Luna himself (Jaune Arc, Felix). Along with two new campers, Nikki, played by Elizabeth Maxwell (Winter Schnee, Ymir, Matoko Kusanagi 2013), and Neil, voiced by Yuri Lowenthal (Mercury Black, Sasuke Uchiha), Max uses several tactics to escape Camp Campbell and to break David’s happy-go-lucky I <3 Camp Campbell facade.
Camp Camp was released on June 10, 2016 by RoosterTeeth, and is one of Andromeda’s favorite RT animations next to RWBY. As far as I go, I can appreciate it’s humor enough to thoroughly enjoy it and think it’s hilarious. However, while this is an animation, this is still RoosterTeeth and not everything is going to be like RWBY and be moderately kid friendly. Camp Camp pushes boundaries, as we have seen in one of the more recent episodes (honestly that took the fucked up cake). It is crude, and by no means do we recommend it to everyone of all ages.
On that note, if you enjoy crude humor and campey (HA) jokes, this show is right for you. It’s not RWBY or RvB, but it’s a good break from the action packed serieses and a show that you can just sit down and watch and relax and listen to little kids played by full grown adults cuss.
Based on what Andromeda and I saw during the RWBY panel, we can tell that Miles loves working on Camp Camp, which is the best part about the show. Camp Camp is currently on its second season and hopefully it won’t be stopping any time soon.
Anyway here’s a pic of my in my David cosplay after I took my wig off with the Jack Sparrow cosplayer at RTX: