Content creators who makes videos about Japanese animated shows with a story line, not ‘cartoons’, and upload them to YouTube are known as Anime YouTubers. Though anime is often associated with Japan, some YouTubers also choose to feature animated shows from different countries draw inspiration from anime or the style of anime, such as Avatar: The Last Airbender. Usually anime YouTubers upload the following type of content:
The most popular type of anime Youtubers are reviewers. They base their content around reviewing chapters and episodes of different animes as and when they are released often describing what they think about the chapter and giving their two cents while encouraging their viewers to also join in on the discussion in their respective chats.
Though full series reviewers can be classified as reviewers as well, they are now a thing of the past. Back in the day, when a lot of people were unfamiliar with animes like Dragon Ball Z, Bleach, Naruto, and Fullmetal Alchemist, full series reviewers were the way to get acquainted with animes. However, they are no longer that popular on YouTube considering the fact that they are harder to make than a chapter/epidode review.
Analytical Reviewers are the least common type of content creators on YouTube owing to their nitpicky style of reviewing EVERYTHING about a particular anime in extreme detail. These YouTubers prefer to talk about a certain aspect of the anime in particular like visual, writing, plot, etc.
The most common type of content posted by anime YouTubers, it combines the already popular of music videos with clips or montages of a particular anime and edit it to go along with a popular song.