“ I Spent a lot of time with LAPD and with Atlanta police department and..they were very different experiences, very different police departments, i was totally amazed how it was different, i sort of figured one police department it’s gonna be similar to another police department in a major grand city, but they just worked different cultures, different..everything about it is different, so, it was an education.”
From experience, I am well aware (and I’m sure that you are too) that the starkid fandom is one of the best to be a part of. The vast majority of fans are kind, loyal and supportive to each other and to Team Starkid. Let’s take some time to actively show Team Starkid (especially Nick) how appreciative we are of their hard work.
Above, you can see Nick’s comment on the YouTube video of Ani and his tweet about the feedback of the show. We all love Nick, and I’m sure you agree that it sucks for him to have to feel bad about his hard work.
Those of you who have seen ‘Ani: A Parody’ and enjoyed it: let’s show Nick how great we thought the show was. Over the next few days, hop on Twitter and using the hashtag #AniAParody and tweeting Nick - @NickLangTweets - let him know what your favourite part of the show was, be it a line, a character, a scene, a song, a costume, a prop or whatever you thought was good.
I’ve seen so much negative feedback on the show in the YouTube comments, which it doesn’t deserve. However, there has also been some really positive feedback when you look a little harder and there are many people who enjoyed the show. So even if you can’t participate on Twitter, head on over to the show on YouTube and thumbs up positive comments that you agree with and even add a few of your own.
Everyone in the starkid community deserves to feel appreciated and we’re very good at welcoming new fans but don’t forget about the actual starkids! Nick and Matt and the whole team need to know how grateful we are for them so please spread the word around the fandom to:
1. Let Nick know how much you enjoyed Ani.
2. Improve the feedback and get rid of the brutality going on in the YouTube comments.
Thank you for reading, and remember to follow the golden rule!!
When I interact with a new object, I’m gonna look at it for a little bit, I’m gonna reach out, poke it, see if it moves around, pick it up, wiggle it back and forth… and then that thing is going all the way in my mouth.