Toy Bro is creating long lasting memories...oh wait no...toy videos!
2
patrons
$5
per month
Hello fellow Toy Bros! I am, quite like you I imagine, just someone who loves collecting and talking about toys. I realized that I wanted to be the one to start the conversation on the things I wanted to talk about and that's when the Youtube Channel came into being. It was my way to vocalize my thoughts and opinions on my all time favorite hobby, toy collecting. You can actually thank Mrs. Toy Bro for pushing me to start the channel.

I love talking about all the goofy and weird toys that don't get a lot of coverage just as much as I love talking about all the mainstream toys that myself and every other reviewer covers. So, ultimately, this is something I'm doing because I want to, because I find it fun and rewarding.

This isn't me asking for money because I can't make more videos without your support, I already make almost zero money for doing videos, so it's not going to cause the channel to implode. What it might do, is give me more options for what I can make videos on, or try new things. Making videos is a time consuming endeavor from shooting, editing, etc. Reviews are the main focus of the channel, and that won't change no matter what, but I'd love to try different things, maybe more scripted content like I've tried to start doing with the vintage reviews.

So yeah, donate or don't, at the end of the day I'm going to keep doing what I do and this is just another avenue to explore additional support for the channel. Even if I get zero patrons, you're still always going to get the same quality (if not better as I continue to grow and learn) reviews you're used to.
Tiers
Bro Tier
$1 or more per month
-My undying thanks!

 -Access to the Patreon stream for updates and blog(ish) posts.

Grayskull Tier
$5 or more per month
-My undying thanks!

-Access to the Patreon stream for updates, blog(ish) posts and written thanks at the end of videos.

Goals
2 of 50 patrons
Just a general "goal" thrown out to really see how far I can take this. The more patrons the more we'll be able to expand. It's not about making money, but about having more people invested in the success of the channel.
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Hello fellow Toy Bros! I am, quite like you I imagine, just someone who loves collecting and talking about toys. I realized that I wanted to be the one to start the conversation on the things I wanted to talk about and that's when the Youtube Channel came into being. It was my way to vocalize my thoughts and opinions on my all time favorite hobby, toy collecting. You can actually thank Mrs. Toy Bro for pushing me to start the channel.

I love talking about all the goofy and weird toys that don't get a lot of coverage just as much as I love talking about all the mainstream toys that myself and every other reviewer covers. So, ultimately, this is something I'm doing because I want to, because I find it fun and rewarding.

This isn't me asking for money because I can't make more videos without your support, I already make almost zero money for doing videos, so it's not going to cause the channel to implode. What it might do, is give me more options for what I can make videos on, or try new things. Making videos is a time consuming endeavor from shooting, editing, etc. Reviews are the main focus of the channel, and that won't change no matter what, but I'd love to try different things, maybe more scripted content like I've tried to start doing with the vintage reviews.

So yeah, donate or don't, at the end of the day I'm going to keep doing what I do and this is just another avenue to explore additional support for the channel. Even if I get zero patrons, you're still always going to get the same quality (if not better as I continue to grow and learn) reviews you're used to.

Recent posts by Toy Bro

Tiers
Bro Tier
$1 or more per month
-My undying thanks!

 -Access to the Patreon stream for updates and blog(ish) posts.

Grayskull Tier
$5 or more per month
-My undying thanks!

-Access to the Patreon stream for updates, blog(ish) posts and written thanks at the end of videos.