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    Nunca nem vi (“Never ever seen” in Portuguese) is a catchphrase uttered by Flainerson Ribeiro, a Brazilian man who after a drunkenness ended up slapping his wife.

    Origin

    It all started mid-June, when TV Record Altamira interviewed Flainerson, who was eventually arrested for slapping his wife. During the interview, Flainerson pretended not to know the reason for his arrest, answering all the reporter’s questions with “Never ever seen”, “What day was that?”:

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    The catchphrase became popular on June 26, 2017, when TV Record Altamira posted the interview on his Facebook page. The video quickly became viral and several memes were made using Flainerson saying “Never ever seen” as a template, along with the remix of the interview and funks using the phrase in lyrics.


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    Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy is a video game developed by QWOP creator Bennett Foddy in which the player plays a silent protagonist in a bucket using a hammer to climb a mountain. The game is peppered with narration from Foddy and features no checkpoints.

    History

    On September 28th, 2017, Game Trailers uploaded a trailer for Getting Over It.



    Getting Over It was released in October 2017 by Humble Bundle as part of their Humble Monthly package, and was released on Steam and iOS on December 6th. In the description of the game on Steam,[2] Foddy writes: “A game I made For a certain kind of person To hurt them.” He also states that the game can be completed “between 2 and ∞ hours” and that “The median time to finish for my playtesters was 5 hours, but the mean was closer to ∞.” He calls the game “an homage Jazzuo’s 2002 B-Game classic ‘Sexy Hiking’,” and references the game often in the narration of Getting Over It. The game was very well-received on Steam, where it has a user score of 9/10.

    Online Presence

    The game has been played by many popular Let’s Players on YouTube. PewDiePie released two episodes of himself playing the game, gaining 4.5 and 3.7 million views (episode 1 shown below, top left). Egoraptor played the game on the Game Grumps channel and gained over 719,000 views (shown below, top right). Markiplier played the game on his channel in several episode and gained over a combined 7 million views (episode 1 shown below, bottom right). jacksepticeye also played the game on his channel and gained over 4 million views over two episodes (episode 1 shown below, bottom right).



    The game quickly attracted the attention of Speedrunners. Speedrunner Distortion2 completed the game in four minutes and twenty-one seconds in a video that gained over 3.2 million views (shown below, left). YouTuber Lumonen completed the game in two minutes and fifty-nine seconds in a video that gained over 1 million views (shown below, right).



    Fan Art

    The game has seen some fan art created. Several pieces of fan art appear on DeviantArt, often featuring different characters as the protagonist or a popular Let’s Player. An inquiry about some fan art of the game was posted to /r/OutOfTheLoop[3] on December 27th, 2017.



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  • 12/31/17--21:10: Birder Runnning meme
  • ORIGIN
    This is an image of some dumb nigga named BIRDERTWEET running. Its a screenshot from Birder’s McDonald’s super bowl ad video. But this image is much deeper than anything. You may have a high IQ by watching Rick and Morty. But once gazing upon the actual image of PewDiePie’s son (and possibly the second coming of Adolf Hitler) you will ascend to the traghumoflican dimension where the mungronotans will teach you the ways of the hrtyug. This is where the weak shall perish. They will bombard you with 1/15th of the total knowledge of our universe. They will then test your physical abilities. This is where the strong will perish. The biggest niggas will be the ones to win the Smash 6 tournament. But they get no further. Even the biggest of niggas perish at the final test. Michael Cera resides at the top of Pofo Tower. Michael Cera was the first human to ever complete the trials. He asks you one question. The last intelligence test. “What is the website for amazon.ca?” he asks both calmly yet intensely. 99.9999999% perish. If you make it to the end you will take your rightful place next to Michael. But, you won’t make it, will you?

    ONLINEUSAGE
    Some gay idiots made some dumbass edits to this stupid picture.

    Links:
    Some Birder Edits
    MORE Birder Edits
    EVENMOAR Birder Edits


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  • 01/01/18--01:24: Movimiento Naranja
  • Comes from a song within an electoral ad.


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  • 01/01/18--05:32: Yuri Gets Edgy
  • This is my first meme…so….don’t mind the cringe.


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  • 12/28/17--09:14: Women Be Shopping
  • About

    Women Be Shoppin is a catchphrase from the 1996 film The Nutty Professor said by comedian Dave Chappelle as insult comic Reggie Warrington. The phrase has been used humorously online in various contexts.

    Origin

    In The Nutty Professor, Eddie Murphy’s character Professor Sherman Klump attends a comedy show where Chappelle is performing as Reggie Warrington. Warrington repeats the line “Women be shoppin” to laughs. Murphy’s character leans over to another character and says “That’s true, women do shop” (shown below).



    Spread

    The phrase became a common reference in pop culture. For example, the character Kevin from The Office quoted it in the episode “Money,” which aired October 18th, 2007.[2]



    On February 20th, 2009, Urban Dictionary user crazycyrax[1] uploaded a definition of the phrase which read, “a phrase used to describe the strange/abnormal/inexplicable things women sometimes do.” In 2013, Jezebel[3] referenced the joke in an article about a car commercial pandering to women. Hannibal Buress also referenced the joke in the December 14th, 2014 episode of The Eric Andre Show (shown below, left). James Corden also made some “Women be shoppin’” jokes in an episode of his show that aired March 16th, 2016 (shown below, right).



    Online, the phrase is used in jokes in which a person attempts and fails to perform gendered humor. For example, a tweet by @electrolemon[4] posted on July 30th, 2017 with this type of joke gained over 7,600 retweets and 37,000 likes (shown below, left). On November 3rd, 2017, Twitter user @bobby[5] made a similar type of joke, gaining over 40 retweets (shown below, right).



    On February 15th, 2017, Tumblr user rf9weu8hjf789234hf9 uploaded a video in which a chyron reading “WOMEN BE SHOPPIN” appeared in front of Bernie Sanders, gaining over 11,000 notes (shown below). By the end of 2017, the phrase had grown to be a meme on the website. It was covered by Meme Documentation on December 27th, 2017.[6]


    https://rf9weu8hjf789234hf9.tumblr.com/post/157298838871

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Urban Dictionary – Women Be Shoppin

    [2]The Office – Money Quotes

    [3]Jezebel – Women Be Shoppin’ in the New Chevrolet Spark Commercial

    [4]Twitter – @electrolemon

    [5]Twitter – @bobby

    [6]Meme Documentation – Women Be Shoppin


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    Barry B Benson with a big forehead was a meme made by Irma Catovic. In a picture Barry has a big forehead on his head. He looked so sad. He has a hoodie. His forehead became BIG.

    On 1 january 2018, Twitterer Irma Catovic posted a tweet showing Barry B Benson with a big forehead.

    His forehead was like, small in the movie, but big in an art.


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  • 01/01/18--12:09: Deja Vu
  • Deja Vu is a meme associated with the racing anime series Initial D, in which people or cars are shown doing action packed things (such as drifting) set to the song of the same name.

    Origin

    The song was performed by Italian performer Dave Rodgers, and it originally showed up on a 1999 compilation album entitled Super Eurobeat present Euromach 2.

    Later on, the popular anime series Initial D used the song in Act 13 of the second stage during that act’s race sequence between Takumi Fujiwara and Wataru Akiyama.

    Spread

    Like Running In The 90’s, the meme was put into action thanks to the series’ popuplarity and, like 90’s, Deja Vu would go on to be featured in a number of remixes and vines.

    The song would usually accompany footage of cars drifting or crashing (or other accidents), or other intense situations.


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  • 01/01/18--12:24: NFL ON FOX Theme
  • The NFL on Fox theme was a little too nig to be a meme. But they did it anyway. So it talks about nlah blah blah blah blah blah blah the score blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah
    THEODD1SOUT IS THERE blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah and it’s earrape.


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    “The Son Tempts Anakin”, or “What if I could show you the future?” is an exploitable comic consisting at its base, of two frames from Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 3, episode 17, “Ghosts of Mortis”, in which The Son asks Anakin the titular “What if I could show you”/“the future?”, followed by the punch line image, and usually ended with a frame of Anakin holding his head, asking for him to stop.

    Origin

    The meme was originally posted to the subreddit PrequelMemes by Reddit user Draezeth, with the punch line being Luke and Leia’s infamous kiss. It rapidly gained attention for its high flexibility and potential for dissing the Sequel trilogy. The timing was ideal, arriving so soon after the release of The Last Jedi, when criticism was flying high, and when the rivalry between the subreddit of origin and SequelMemes was at its most intense.

    Spread

    The meme caught on immediately, with several child memes being added to the subreddit before the day was done. Punch Lines most often included basic jabs at the Sequel movies as a whole, highly criticized moments from them, or other memes such as Ben Swolo . Mutations also began to crop up quickly, containing the influences of other popular memes on the subreddit.

    Notable Images




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  • 01/01/18--17:24: Somebody Toucha My Spaghet
  • About

    Somebody Toucha My Spaghet is a series of video remixes based on a scene from a 1939 animated cartoon The Three Bears.

    Origin

    In the cartoon, the titular Three Bears found their home broken in with Papa Bear shouting “Somebody toucha my spaghet!” in a stereotypical Italian accent.


    Spread

    On December 25, 2017, Twitter user finngo tweeted a clip from the cartoon.


    Since then, the clip has recieved remixes on YouTube.





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    Scrappy Doo Dead In Miami refers to jokes about a piece of Scooby Doofanfiction which opens with the Scooby Doo character Scrappy Doo murdered in Miami, Florida. The story spread as a meme in a similar fashion to “You Mean The Chaos Emeralds?”

    Origin

    On January 22nd, 2011, Fanfiction.net user WakeGirl14 uploaded a story titled “Darkly Dreaming Scooby,”[1] which mashes up Scooby Doo and the serial killer drama Dexter. In the summary of the story, she writes, “Scrappy Doo has been found dead in Miami, and Dexter and the team are on the case! Who killed him? Why was he killed? More importantly, are Daphne and Fred married? Find out all the bloody details in this wonderful gruesome fan fiction.”

    Spread

    On June 4th, 2014, Twitter account fanfiction_txt[2] tweeted the line “Scrappy Doo has been found dead in Miami,” gaining over 19,000 retweets and 21,000 likes (shown below).



    On November 24th, 2015, Tumblr user lymphonodge[3] posted the line, then responded to a commenter asking if Scrappy Doo was okay with the phrase “hes alright but he died.” The post gained over 220,000 notes (shown below).



    In the ensuing years, the phrase would see continued use in Twitter shitposts. For example, on December 5th, 2017, Twitter user @Vedmak00[4] posted an ASCII Art drawing with the phrase, gaining over 300 retweets and 900 likes (shown below, left). On August 30th, 2017, Twitter user @spacetwinks[5] posted a Tired / Wired joke about the phrase, gaining 14 retweets and 50 likes (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

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    External References

    [1]Fanfiction.net – Darkly Dreaming Scooby

    [2]Twitter – @fanfiction_txt

    [3]Tumblr – lymphonodge#=

    [4]Twitter – @vedmak00

    [5]Twitter – spacetwinks


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  • 01/01/18--21:31: REMADE:SammyClassicSonicFan
  • About

    Sammy Zenith known by his internet aliases as SammyClassicSonicFan, SammyPaperMarioFan and MultiMariosonic is a gamer, movie maker and internet personality from Indiana who makes reviews on the games in the Sonic series and makes rants about the fanbase. Sammy however is mostly known for the amount of screaming that are in his rants. He’s also famous due to 2 of his videos. These are “_Stop Hating on Sonic_”, and “Rant Against the Sonic Fanbase: You All Ruined Sonic”, due to how severely pissed of he gets.

    Beginnings

    Sammy’s first video was created Apr 19, 2013 titled " SammyClassicSonicFan’s Top Ten Sonic Games".
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtSa1k9o7r4

    However, at the time that he uploaded it point, he wasn’t really famous at the time. No one knew who Sammy was or his channel, he was simply just a kid posting videos. After a while of posting videos, People from Reddit, Tumblr, and 4chan started to discover him. And he started to slowly become an internet phenomenon, with him blowing up in June of 2013.

    Stop Hating on Sonic

    The most popular video ever on his channel was uploaded on July 15th, 2013 (which is now archived on his archive channel) by the name of, “Stop Hating On Sonic”. In the video, he’s screams a lot. No seriously, He’s screams A LOT. Like, Wow, chill out, please. This spawned so many parodies and fame for sammyclassicsonicfan that it was a time to be alive. The video was so popular that it reached Popular Youtubers like Balrogthemaster. To stick with Sammy and his posts of videos.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQhjJ0BLxT0

    Websites and alternate channels and etc:

    As Sammy’s popularity started to increase, He created a channel “MultiMariosonic”. This wasn’t used much as it was just the same as his normal channel is seemed. To this day, it hasn’t been used since. Another thing that he did was a story called “Skylar Space Time Series”, There wasn’t much to the story nor anyone can’t even read it now, only people who has permission to read the story can read it. “Official SCSF Network” was a website created by SammyClassicSonicFan, There wasn’t much about it nor it wasn’t even released.

    SammyClassicSonicFan’s Adventure movies:

    On Jul 26, 2013, Sammy created his first movie “SammyClassicSonicFan’s Adventure”. Which was about SammyClassicSonicFan retrieving the rare Fire Mario backpack that gives him the fireball ability. On his way of getting the backpack, he encounters obstacles, Enemies, and treasure. The audience of the movie gave it more positive then any other likes on his videos, but still got alot of dislikes

    The date is unknown for his second video “SammyClassicSonicFan’s Adventure 2: Who’s That Imposter?”. This video is blatantly a rip-off of Sega’s “Sonic Adventure 2” which continued a few months after the events of the first movie. Sammy was one day browsing the internet until he found another channel by the name of “SammyClassicSanicFan” and thought it was the imposter. After he first saw the channel, he heard a knock on the door and answered the door. Someone ran off wearing an hoodie and the manhunt began as he carried his Fire Mario Backpack as he obtained in the first movie

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jZFfnpQaR8
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzkN1L1sQ6Q

    SammyClassicSonicFan’s farewell and comeback:
    Later on, he had to stop making videos as his parents found out what’s been going on with him and youtube. As time passed, This year he announced that he was coming back, after 1 year. on Mar 15, 2015, He posted his video on what he’s going to be doing in the future and when he’s coming back


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  • 01/01/18--22:40: Joey's World Tour
  • About

    JoeysWorldTour, known as “Joey Hernandez”, is a vlogger on YouTube who is known for his food reviews, eccentric personality, and a variety of food challenges. he has gained a significant following by fans over the last couple years.

    Online History

    On February 6, 2011, JoeysWorldTour YouTube Channel was launched, with the first video being a vlog featuring a closeup on a seagull standing on a perch by the waters. (video disabled for embed)

    He has stated doing food reviews was actually for just a hobby and was not his main intention of his channel but since has been doing it as his specialty.

    Food Challenges & Food Reviews

    Affiliation with LeafyisHere

    Popular YouTuber LeafyisHere, uploaded a variety of videos about JoeysWorldTour which increased his amount of views and subscribers for a while. On February 16, 2016, Leafy uploaded a video titled THEMOSTDISGUSTINGVIDEO ON YOUTUBEEVER in which he criticizes Joey’s eating habits and mannerisms. The video has since reached 4,200,000+ views. After doing multiple videos on Joey, Joey’s videos has since been removed from his channel but are still available for viewing through reuploads.


    Fandom

    Sex Offender Status Hoax

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  • 01/02/18--07:37: #KyloRenChallenge
  • About

    #KyloRenChallenge is a hashtag in which people attempt to recreate the infamous shirtless Kylo Ren scene from the 2017 film Star Wars: The Last Jedi. In the photographs, people appear shirtless with high-wasted black pants on.

    Origin

    On December 30th, 2017, singer and recording artist John Mayer posted a selfie inspired by the shirtless Kylo Ren scene from Star Wars: The Last Jedi to Instagram. He captioned the post, which shows a shirtless Mayer in a pair of high-waisted black pants, with “#kylorenchallenge.” Within two days, the post has received more than 315,000 likes.


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    Steve Harvey’s White New Year’s Eve Outfit refers to a series of jokes, image macros and photoshops about Steve Harvey’s attire for the “New Year’s Eve With Steve Harvey: Live From Times Square” television special.

    Origin

    On December 31st, 2017, the Fox[1] television network presented “New Year’s Eve With Steve Harvey: Live From Times Square,” a New Year’s eve countdown program hosted by comedian and television personality Steve Harvey. During the broadcast, Harvey was outfitted in a large white coat, a hood that resembled a wetsuit and a round, white hat (video below).



    Spread

    People reacted to Harvey’s outfit in real time, commenting on Twitter about his appearance. That night, Twitter[2] user @TheLesterLee tweeted a picture from the special and the caption “Steve Harvey looks like a Batman villain that has captured Times Square and will kill civilians unless Batman answers all of his riddles.” The post (shown below, left) received more than 4,400 retweets and 11,000 likes in two days. Twitter[3] user @SheHatesJAcoby tweeted, “Steve Harvey dressed like your Uncle who just won his divorce.” Within two days, The post (shown below, center received more than 4,700 retweets and 11,600 likes.

    Additionally, people began photoshopping the image. Twitter user @drewdavis71 manipulated the photo to make Harvey’s face appear smaller. He captioned the post (shown below, right) “Steve Harvey bundled like a mofo,” and received more than 7,700 retweets and 23,000 likes in two days.



    That night, Twitter[5] user @MrFilmkritik compared Harvey to actress Olivia Pope. He tweeted a side-by-side comparison of the two and added the caption “Steve Harvey out there looking like Olivia Pope.” The (shown below) received more than 15,000 retweets and 46,000 likes in two days.



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    Justin Timberlake’s Man Of The Woods refers to an upcoming album by pop music artist Justin Timberlake. The announcement of the album was joked about online due to the implied dramatic stylistic departure from Timberlake’s previous work into a more “earthy, country” sound.

    Origin

    On December 31st, 2017, Justin Timberlake uploaded a teaser for his album Man of the Woods to YouTube. The video, however, is unlisted, and has only gained over 2,400 views as of January 2nd, 2017 (shown below).



    The video features shots of Timberlake in nature and a voiceover of Timberlake saying the album is inspired by “where I’m from.” It began spreading online after Timberlake posted the video to his Twitter account on January 2nd, 2018, promising a new single to be released on January 5th.[1]

    Spread

    Twitter users responded to the news by commenting on Timberlake’s stylistic departure, comparing Timberlake’s presentation to other artists. For example, Twitter user @festivating[2] compared the presentation to what Lady Gaga’sJoanne, an album in which she embraced more Americana roots (shown below, left).

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Twitter – Justin Timberlake

    [2]Twitter – @festivating


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    Give Up Your Seat to Someone Carrying Something More Important is a series of exploitable images that encourages people on public transportation to pregnant riders. The images show the inside of the characters’ stomachs for humorous or absurd effect.

    Origin

    On July 2nd, 2015, artist Shiyang He posted a series of advertisements for the “Stand Up For the Pregnant” campaign on the website Behance.[1] The images advertisements showed various pregnant women standing while someone sits in front of her. In addition, the artist shows the inside of both of their stomahces, revealing food in the seated rider’s stomach and an unborn child in the pregnant woman’s. Each of the three advertisements is captioned “Give up your seat to someone carrying something more improtant.” Within two and a half years, the three ads (shown below) have been viewed more than 9,000 times and received more than 9000 upvotes.



    Spread

    On January 1st, 2017, Shitpostbot 5000[2] user AGAR32 posted a template for the meme, removing the image of the baby and allowing users to photoshop any image in its stead. The post (shown belwo) received a rating of 32 in less than one year.



    Seven months later, on July 10th, Instagram[3] @memes_supplier posted the image featuring the Dancing Hot Dog Snapchat Filter. The post (shown below, left) received more than 32,000 likes in less than six months.

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  • 01/02/18--15:37: Richest man in Lithuania
  • As yearly – DELFI.com announces the richest Lithuanian of the year. And in 2017 the readers was taken by surprise of this young fellow. After a big investment in Bitcoin as early as February in 2017 – he increased his capital by 430%. And later – he decided invest in laser technology. Now, he proclaims himself as a critic and a director after funding and producing a Lithuanian film “Klasės susitikimas. Berniukai sugrįžta!” The crowd was initially shocked, how this young man : only being 28 years old achieved these riches. He looks forward to interviews which will occur after the holidays. As he jokes – “Maybe I will direct a movie about myself” XDDD. After looking at some account descriptions we can quickly summarize his "modest: biography.

    He was born in 1990 March 8th. in a rich family where father is a neurologist with a stay-at-home wife. After receiving a hefty heritage from a jewish grandfather, they where allowed to send Lukas and other 6 children to study abroad. While Lukas being was know to be on a slower side as he was diagnosed ADHD and OCD (aged 8) he was still sent to London School of Economics and Political Science. He graduated a couple years ago (the specific date is unannounced). In Lithuania he studied in Vilniaus licėjus gymnasium. He was born and raised in Vilnius with his other 6 siblings. As known from his facebook posts – he has rejected his original religion – judaism.

    The Lithuanians saw the meme potential of this swell lad and started photoshopping his over traditional “rich” guys ( As he only looks like he is still an adolescent. Basically, the meme(’s) represent how rich are retarded and often descended by the media, only to make him as a public joke. And memes are the current most popular form to laugh from them. It also shows a disbelief of millennials – as they do not credit this dude to be the richest man in Lithuania. Or as often – lithuanians see him as a face of modern Lithuania – a disaster. Intelligentsia laugh off the degradation of Lithuania with his image.


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  • 12/29/17--10:57: Houseki No Kuni
  • About

    Houseki No Kuni (known as Land of the Lustrous in English) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Haruko Ichikawa and published by Kodansha. In 2017, it was adapted into an anime written by Toshiya Ono and directed by Takahiko Kyōgoku.

    History

    Houseki No Kuni is written and illustrated by Haruko Ichikawa.[1] The first volume was published on October 25th, 2012 and eight volumes have been released as of December 29th, 2017. The story follows a group of genderless jewels that take the form of human beings. The main character, Phosphophyllite, is considered a lowly jewel among her peers and befriends Cinnabar, a wiser gem, and the story follows their developing friendship. Also, the jewels are at war with a group called the Lunarians. A fan translation of Houseki No Kuni is available on Mangapark.[2] The an official translation of the first volume into English was published on on June 27th, 2017.



    Anime

    In July of 2013, a promotional video for an anime of the series was released.[3] At the time, no official anime was announced. Four years later, an anime series was produced by Orange and ran between October 7th and December 23rd of 2017 (theme song shown below).



    Reception

    The anime series was well-received, and holds a rating of 8.49/10 on MyAnimeList.[4] Anime blogger rabujoi[5] praised the series’ 3D CGI animation style. Chibi Reviews reviewed the first few episodes of the show on October 23rd, 2017, gaining over 12,000 views (shown below). YouTuber Zeria reviewed the anime on December 12th, gaining over 73,000 views. They also praised the show’s art-style, which has not always been successfully implemented in other anime.



    Fandom

    The show has a fan-driven Wikia page[6] and a page on TV Tropes.[7] On DeviantArt,[8] there are currently 883 results of fan art found when searching “Houseki No Kuni.” There are also many examples of fan art on Tumblr[9] as well.



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