Disney’s “Gravity Falls” has grown in popularity, gaining a strong fan base like that of “Phineas and Ferb” or a popular Japanese anime. The series has grown so much in popularity that it has sparked countless videos on YouTube filled with commentary from animation fans and tweets of videos and commentary from people like @PnFanAgentA (Phineas and Ferb Fan Agent A), also known as MJMStudiosLA.
On Friday Night I had a chance to see a video created by @PnFanAgentA that has grown in the number of views, follows and shares. In fact, according to @PnFanAgentA, its gotten so popular that the voice actor of one of the main characters re-tweeted the video.
“It’s been receiving great reception both on Twitter, and YouTube! Jason Ritter even retwreted my video and said it was ‘Awesome!!!!,’” said @PnFanAgentA.
The video featured the most recent episodes of “Gravity Falls” mixed together in a music video format with the rap and music mix created by Adam WarRock who is, according to his website, a musician who creates “indie nerdcore pop cultural emo hip hop.”
@PnFanAgentA talked to us about what was the inspiration to create the video.
“Well, I’ve done alot of Phineas and Ferb edits over the past few months, and I loved this song by Adam WarRock and also love Gravity Falls,” said @PnFanAgentaA. “So basically when I first heard the song I thought ‘I have got to do my first Gravity Falls edit to this song!’ And I did.”
Besides the excellent cut-aways and quick jumps to moments where it seemed like the characters were seamlessly singing to the song in the background, there’s unique features in the video that caught my eye. Some of the clips were as recent as a few minutes after the airing of the most recent August 10th episode of “Gravity Falls.”
“I actually download the newest episode a day before it aired. And on that day, I was just finishing up my video so I added those scenes in. I had a completely different ending planned, but after watching the episode I decided to make some changes to the ending,” said @PnFanAgentA.
The opening theme to “Gravity Falls” is already remarkably addicting and fun to listen too, and the hint of hip-hop flavor only gives more reason to hear the song played on the radio or iPod. I wouldn’t be surprised if Disney Channel picks up on this and decides to run it, coast to coast! But, hey, a guy can dream! While Adam WarRock was not available to comment on the incredible single, you can rest assured this is not his only song. His website features his bio, pictures and links to other songs and videos he’s created from past to present. His talent to take something like “Gravity Falls” and other items, be it nerdy or animated, is pristine and genuine.
I asked if we were going to see more videos like this from @PnFanAgentaA.
“I’m always editing videos, but I don’t really have anything planned at the moment. But after the great response … you can certainly expect to see more Gravity Falls videos in the future.”
To see @PnFanAgentA video’s, please go to this link here.
To hear the song by Adam WarRock, go to this link here.