The AnimationEpic's take on Battle for Dream Island.
Comedy Adventure Fantasy
April 1, 2011 - December 7, 2012 (Season 1) April 1, 2013 - present (Season 2)
Inanimate Insanity is the second object show ever created on YouTube. It is created by AnimationEpic. The first season ran from April 1, 2011, to December 7, 2012, with 18 episodes. The second season started on April 2, 2013, and currently has 14 episodes and 2 more in the making. Many object show fans say it's the best object show along with Battle for Dream Island.
Why It Rocks
The writing in the show is amazing and well done, mostly in the second season.
Unlike other object shows, it focuses more on the story and characters rather than the challenges and eliminations.
Many great and likable characters in the show.
The challenges are very fun and interesting to watch, especially in the 2nd season.
It was the second object show ever made, behind Battle for Dream Island.
It has some well-made musical numbers (e.g. “Afterlife in the Limelight,” and “Just Like Me”).
Very well done and talented voice acting from many of the cast members such as Taylor Grodin, Ben Cross, Samuel Thornbury, Hailey Chapman, Alexa Chapman, Justin Chapman, Rheagan Rizio, Kacie Chapman, Mark Katz, Michael Bruzzone, and Adam Katz himself.
The original composed music that is used in many of the later episodes is very beautiful and nice to listen to and fits well with the series it's being used for.
The first season of the show is very mediocre at the best, with the animation also coming off mostly awful by 3/4 of the entire season.
The earlier episodes would occasionally have a lot of attempts at creating comedy that would mostly come off either annoying or just plain bad.
It had a massive cliffhanger for about few years, similar to BFDIA, though this was mostly fixed with the later episodes of the series.
Paintbrush can get pretty apologetically stern at times, as they take things far too seriously and mostly physically abuse anyone who slacks off. Thankfully, they have learned their consequences by the time before they were eliminated in Alternate Reality Show.
The “Keep On Cleaning” musical number can be considered pretty mediocre for some fans.