SpongeBob SquarePants was first shown in 1999 and is the creation of Stephen Hillenburg. First shown on the Nickelodeon network, it has received huge success worldwide and even spawned a feature film. Here, we will look at the finding the best official and fan made videos.
YouTube is the best source for videos usually having videos that are both official and fan made, giving audiences the best of both worlds as well as allowing them to upload their own versions. With a wide selection of songs and episodes, the quality varies greatly on the source of the upload. These clips This is where YouTube suffers as the majority of these clips are uploaded by fans, or fan made.It’s also worth noting that some of these clips are not suitable for younger audiences as some of them are feature film spoofs such as Saw or cast Spongebob as a cartoon gay character.
Nick.com obviously doesn’t have these issues as the videos are all official uploads and feature full episodes or clips that are suitable for everyone. This official site will also have access to news and games featuring their favourite characters. They will usually feature any new SpongeBob clips and previews of episodes. Children can upload their pictures of SpongeBob and join in world in relative safety of the site. Parents should always supervise their children’s use of the internet and make sure that they learn and enjoy the experience whilst having fun discovering more about some of their favourite characters.
SpongeBob SquarePants has been used in everything from advertisements to rock videos, and these can also be found online. Some of these are better than others and in some cases, they are just plain weird. However, it’s a credit to Hillenburg that the character has transcended the world of children’s TV and has become part of modern culture in such a way. The theme song There has also been bands that have released cover versions of the theme song and research revealed that these vary from hard rock and screamo covers to ballads and everything in between, some of these have full motion fan made videos whilst others are made up of still images, but either way they are fun to watch.