VTubers have taken over the internet from HoloLive to projects like NIJISANJI Project and now they have reached the multimedia, geek culture company “All Ages of Geek, LLC”. “All Ages of Geek” (as stated above) is a multimedia/production company focusing on all things geek culture. From Anime Reactions to daily geeky articles, or their latest project “All Ages of Geek Unite” which features geek creators around the world, “All Ages of Geek” has something in store for you.
And now their latest VTuber project “Galaxy-Boy Delivery” has been announced. “Galaxy-Boy Delivery” is an interactive, Sci-Fi web-series that will feature a VTuber duo who make space deliveries set in a fictional universe. Today we interviewed creators Katya Stec and Tatiana Stec about the creation of “Galaxy-Boy Delivery” and what we can expect for this next, big VTuber project.
What inspired this VTuber Project?
“Galaxy-Boy Delivery” is inspired by our original characters we’ve had since we were kids. We love the idea behind VTuber interaction, as our mascot and business VTuber “Kasai” has proven it’s a great way to escape into the mind of an anime-inspired avatar. This project takes a ton of inspiration from “The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker”, “Dragon Ball”, “Steven Universe”, and “Super Sentai” works. We hope viewers can pick out these inspirations as they watch the weekly episodes.
What can supporters of other VTubers and VTuber Agencies like HoloLive expect from All Ages of Geek?
“Galaxy-Boy Delivery” will post twice per week with videos such as gameplays, storytime, reactions and interactive content inspired by “Just Chats” on Twitch and Q&As. Supporters can also get weekly, fun comics on the official “Galaxy-Boy Delivery” Twitter, WebToons and All Ages of Geek’s Substack Newsletter. We will be creating printables like word searches, crosswords and coloring pages for kids and educators.
Who is the target audience for “Galaxy-Boy Delivery”?
Our target audience will be for “all ages” but mainly for the 9-12, middle grade age range. The demographics will be similar to shows such as “Adventure Time”, “Steven Universe” and “The Adventures of Gumball”. All episodes will be family friendly.
What makes this VTuber Project stand out from the likes of others like VShojo?
While “Galaxy-Boy Delivery” will have future live-streams, its main appeal will be its episodic approach. While many VTubers stream their content, “Galaxy-Boy Delivery” will post episodes weekly on All Ages of Geek’s YouTube Channel that continue after each other. Viewers will have to view each episode in order to understand the true plotline of the web-series.
How can VTuber fans support “Galaxy-Boy Delivery”?
VTuber fans can follow “Galaxy-Boy Delivery” on Twitter, share their YouTube webisodes in Discords, Reddit and social media, while also becoming a patron for their future Patreon Page release.
What are your goals for “Galaxy-Boy Delivery”?
We hope to provide both fun and education through VTuber entertainment. We love how Tokusatsu and Super Sentai shows provide short clips with an educational undertone about their series, but also life lessons. “Galaxy-Boy Delivery” will have shorts after each episode with similar lessons and a link to their official printables on “All Ages of Geek”. Our main goal is to prove that VTubers can also be created for a younger demographic while providing education.
If you’re interested in “Galaxy-Boy Delivery” and “All Ages of Geek”, be sure to follow them on Twitter, subscribe on YouTube and support them on their official Patreon Page.
Galaxy-Boy Delivery Twitter: https://twitter.com/VGalaxyBoys