In my "My YouTube Heroes" video, I listed some, quote-unquote, "honorable mentions." I didn't go into detail about them because I honestly didn't have enough time *to* go into detail about them, otherwise they would have full-on segments like the rest of the YouTubers I listed. So, I am giving them their own written-out segments in this journal and pray that it makes up for any wrongdoing I might have done.
Eliyora: As I mentioned in the video, she is a real delight. She's sassy and she knows it and I love her for it. She is a constant collaborator with other MLP analysts, but if you look to her channel, you'll only find one review, Pinkie Apple Pie (which is hilarious, you should watch it.) If she had more reviews, she'd be a lot easier to talk about. But, since she's made appearances on other channels, it's actually pretty hard to miss her.
Dr. Wolf: In the video, I called Silver Quill one of the kings of the Brony Analysts. Dr. Wolf is the second king, and anyone who has seen his channel knows why. Like I said in the video; while his reviews are spot-on, it's his "A Moment With Dr. Wolf" series that stands out among the rest of his videos. It's where another notable MLP Analyst comes in and they discuss a topic that can range from Pinkie Pie being no more than a joke factory to understanding one's own mortality. Seriously, guys, go and watch his videos. It can do a whole lot of good for you.
The Mysterious Mr. Enter: If you have seen my videos, you know I'm not afraid to be cynical. But, there's a limit to how cynical I go. And while Mr. Enter definitely has a limit, himself, his far outreaches mine. When he reviews a bad cartoon episode, he goes into meticulous detail of why it's bad. Yes, he'd crack a joke about it every now and then, but here recently, his reviews have become extremely harsh. But, then again, reviewing stuff like Problem Solverz and Teen Titans Go, or even Adult Party Cartoon...it kinda does that to you.
Cooking With Jack: Fun fact - I enjoy watching cooking shows. Especially competitive ones (Cutthroat Kitchen and Hell's Kitchen are two of my favorite shows in recent memory.) But Cooking With Jack does more than just cook. I included him because of his product reviews. Sometimes they can go really, really well, like the Slap Chop, and sometimes they can just fail on a hilarious (AND I MEAN HILARIOUS) scale. The Magic Bullet pissed him off quite a bit in that regard. Anyways, if you like cooking, or just want to try something random, he is a good channel to check out. Also, he's one of the first YouTube channels I got into watching, so, there's that!
ILuvKimPossibleALot: When I called her the Queen of References, I was not remotely joking. I started watching her around Season 4 of MLP, when I really began discovering the Brony Analyst part of the fanbase. She was pretty damn hilarious then, and she's still pretty funny to this day, but her use of references has gotten a little out of hand - at least, in my honest opinion. Also (again, this is just me,) her videos are a little too loud for me. But, I do see why she has some 80,000 subscribers, I just have a few little gripes.
RB Comics: And, again, this guy is hilarious. His review format is pretty great - I can barely get by with using one character. He has three, and for a while, I actually thought that they were different voice actors. Major props for tricking my mind, there! In the video, I said that he has about two or three movie reviews, and that is still true, but after I made that, he has come out with a number of other reviews, one for a creepypasta, one for a web video (as well as a follow-up) and one for a video game's cover art. His channel has a wide array of videos, so I honestly think it's hard not to find one to like.
Lundmunchkins: This one was honestly a shout-out to a YouTuber who had continuously commented on my work ever since I started. I just wanted to kinda repay the favor in kind. As a reviewer, he actually is pretty good; he's short, sweet and to the point. Much like this segment for him.
And there you have it. I hope this filled in any gaps my video might have missed out.