Honestly, even if the following video turned out to be a disaster it would be redeemable thanks to that sweet, sweet music. One of the latest videos from YouTuber Bestvegeta takes 1995's Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island and turns it into a 3D first-person adventure for a little sample of what Yoshi goes through on a daily basis. Hit the jump to watch.
Inspired by a masked dance video earlier in the month, the dance craze/meme of people getting down to Baauer's “Harlem Shake” has taken off to the point where it's become nearly ubiquitous. If they haven't yet, your parents and coworkers will soon be asking you if you've seen it. Now, Nyarko-san and company get into the act, thanks to MoonshineAnimations' Harlem Shake (Anime Ver.) - Figma Stop-Motion. Get a look after the jump.
KatsuhonoProduction, the people being the "Gundam Style" parody from before "Gangnam Style" reached total ubiquity, are back, showing a one-off bit of stop motion work. This one features figma Tomoe Mami from Madoka Magica squaring off against RIOBONE Canti from FLCL in a short, but amusing confrontation. Check it out after the jump.
Marv Newland's classic animated short “Bambi Meets Godzilla” has been online for a while, but in low quality transfers, so fans Coda Shetterly made the effort to produce a frame-for-frame 1080p re-creation of infamous original. Get a look after the jump.
While you've probably heard of YuruYuri, Sexy Commando Gaiden is doubtlessly more obscure. Kyosuke Usuta's 1995 seven-volume gag manga followed a highschool "Sexy Commando Club," dedicated to a martial art in which you distract your opponent until they're unable to fight. A new fan-animated video mashes up YuruYuri with the opening from Akitaro Daichi's Sexy anime. Check it out after the jump.