Pagey, Airricks Reloaded, The DCTV Show, BobaTalks and Emergency Awesome are each known for their DC programming related content. Find out how these YouTubers have been engaging fans of the Arrowverse.
The Arrowverse television superhero franchise first began back in 2012, with Arrow, featuring Stephen Amell in the title role, Oliver Queen.
Since then, the onscreen universe has expanded to include The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow and Batwoman, among other DC properties.
While numerous actors such as Amell, Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist have had successful runs on these shows, a specific section of the fan community have also started to make a name for themselves.
Each of these shows leave the audience on a cliffhanger or with a burning question on a regular basis. Of course, it’s part of the methodology to keep people watching.
However, if none of your friends and family are interested in this genre, there is no one to discuss the latest developments with. Flash did what? The Legends went where?
YouTube has been a successful outlet for a number of individuals to share their own thoughts and opinions on the shows as well as provide an outlet for discussion among other fans.
Among the well-known channels are Pagey, The DCTV Show, Airricks Reloaded, BobaTalks and Emergency Awesome. Whether it’s episodic reviews, analyses or just general discussion, each have become known for their content.
For example, if you’re a fan of the shows but not familiar with the comics, someone like Alex ‘Pagey’ Page, who is a font of knowledge, can fill in the gaps.
Or, perhaps, if you prefer a more journalistic approach, TheDCTV Show (Ben Rolph) may be more appealing as he is also the Film Editor at Discussing Film.
Regardless of your tastes, they have collectively posted countless hours of videos for you to check out on their separate channels. On occasion, four of them; Pagey, Airricks Reloaded, TheDCTV Show and BobaTalks, have teamed up for a four-way crossover.
Each of these YouTubers can be found individually on the channels named above.