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Walker later stated in his editorial titled "Farewell to Roger Ebert" that he has since had the quote framed and hung up on his wall, and in "The Making of a Nostalgia Critic Episode", it can be seen on his desk.In 2014, Walker and Dante Basco collaborated in a countdown of the top eleven best episodes of the television series Avatar: The Last Airbender, on which Basco had played the character Zuko.Sometimes I worry that the naming conventions I've gone with are silly.Nostalgia Critic is an American review comedy web series created, directed by and starring web comedian Doug Walker (born in Italy on November 17, 1981).
Walker describes his philosophy thus: "[We need a critic of nostalgia] because everybody already does it.She is a producer and writer, known for The Nostalgia Chick (2008), The Nostalgia Critic (2007) and Kickassia (2010).I did an interview for @pbsbooks yesterday at the National Book Festival with @thelindsayellis, and here it is, if you have about 15 minutes to spare, and, you know, want to see me babble on for that long: youtu.be/Gor5Ig Xu ZNQ Join @PBSBooks for LIVE coverage of today's Library of Congress #Nat Book Fest, featuring one-on-one author interviews hosted by Rich Fahle and @thelindsayellis of “It’s Lit! The National Book Festival is this weekend, I’ll be helping to cover it with @PBS live-streaming on You Tube and Facebook, will be talking with authors like @scalzi, @hollyblack, @charliejane AND MORE pbsbooks.org/2019-library-o…Since the revival of the series in 2013, Walker occasionally produces an editorial which discusses relevant film topics; while still featuring the Critic persona, these videos are much less comedic and contain no sketches or other actors.Beginning with Jurassic World in June 23, 2015, the series also occasionally features "clipless reviews" of films that are still currently in theaters to avoid copyright infringement instead of stills and clips.
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On October 10, 2018, Nostalgia Critic aired its 400th episode, a countdown of the top 11 Stephen King movies.