Jonathan Rozanski is a prolific, neurodivergent animation reviewer from Chicopee, Massachusetts. He originally started off on YouTube with a channel he called Brovania wherein he attempted to perform let’s plays of all the titles mentioned in the book 1001 Video Games You Must Play Before You Die. However, he eventually grew disillusioned with the project. In addition to the book’s myriad factual errors, he had problems with its glaring omissions of certain classic games and inclusions of decidedly unimpressive titles. Mr. Rozanski chose to end the project prematurely, saying after the fact that he hated the book.
It was in 2013 that he found a new calling: reviewing animation. Thus, on February 20, 2013, he reemerged with a new alias: The Mysterious Mr. Enter (stylized TheMysteriousMrEnter). Mr. Enter started his new career by reviewing the series premiere episode of the popular show My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. He originally stuck to discussing episodes of that show before moving onto another project in July of 2013 he called Animated Atrocities. Living up to its self-explanatory title, it was a show in which he would review pieces of animation he considered to be of a subpar quality – the first to face his wrath being the SpongeBob SquarePants episode entitled “The Splinter”. Citing Doug Walker of Channel Awesome as his chief inspiration, Mr. Enter approached the subject with all the sarcasm and vitriol one would expect from your typical, contemporary Angry Critic show host.
Animated Atrocities was intended to be a placeholder series to tide his audience over in between seasons of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. Said series ended up taking on a life of its own when it became a smash hit with fans of the Angry Critic genre; his first episode eventually amassed over 900,000 views. Even better, he enjoyed making these reviews, claiming it provided much catharsis to tear into something heinous. As a result, Animated Atrocities became his flagship series, allowing him to build a career on the platform. Because he now had a lucrative job as a YouTube content creator, he no longer needed his monthly Social Security Disability Insurance payments. Following a rough childhood and a period of intense ennui in which he had no prospects for the future, it seemed that things were finally looking up.