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Discovery: Özberk özen, creator of Code Lyoko videos
Posted by Zephyr on 07/11/2021 at 10:35 (0 commentaires)  Ecrire un commentaire sur cet article  Imprimer cet article  Envoyer cette article ŕ un ami
Hello everyone!

You don't often hear from me on because I mainly post news about French fanfiction, but today we've got some brief news on an English-speaking creator of Code Lyoko videos:

Active since 2015 on YouTube, Özberk özen is mainly known in the community for his own personal fanseries, Code Lyoko Adventures. Over the years the quality has improved, notably with regards to the visuals and editing. His most recent productions are proof of how far he's come, and the potential his future videos have. The reconstructions he makes of the environments emblematic of Code Lyoko are a little something to catch the eye of a nostalgic fan and make them smile.

His latest video perfectly encapsulates the journey he's been on...and what's left to come! For a guided tour, this is a good place to start:

This tour of scenes at Kadic and the factory is very exciting despite one or two geographical guesses, it's a sign of goof things to come...because it's a part 1! Generally, his works in rebuilding and remodelling elements from the series deserve to be looked at. Here are two other examples:

Aside from his series on remodelling and a season's worth of episodes, we can also see a will to try all different kinds of styles, be it with chibi videos, video shorts, or even remaking Internet memes CL-style. Also, though özberk doesn't bother with content that might seem "easy," "naïve" or "cliché," he's no less than a prolific creator who continues to improve and provide a wide variety of surprising content.

For those whose curiosity has been piqued by this presentation, go ahead and take a look at Özberk özen's channel and support him by the usual means. If you're not quite convinced yet, here's a rather compelling argument:

Immu approved

That's the end of today's news. Despite the many years that have passed since the end of the series, we must take note of - and appreciate - the enduring small pockets of resistance - perhaps not quite as grand and well-known as the IFSCL - but which continue to live on at their own level.

See you soon for French fanfiction updates!