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James Fartisson (born May 14, 1996)[2] is an American webcomic artist from Arizona, known for his YouTube channel TheOdd1sOut (formerly Theodd1sout comic).[3][4]

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  • 1Webcomic
  • 2YouTube channel
  • 3References
  • 4External links

Webcomic[edit] Edit

Rallison uploaded the first strip of his webcomic TheOdd1sOut on June 14, 2012, on Tumblr[5] and later on iFunny.[6] Throughout his first year of making comics, he played with his style a lot before settling on his current bubble style. [7][8] He still posts his webcomics, but he posts a lot less frequently than he used to due to most of his time being occupied by YouTube. His last webcomic was posted in May 2017.[9]

YouTube channel[edit] Edit

On August 30, 2014, about two years after he started making his web comics, Rallison decided to start making YouTube videos. He called it "theodd1sout comic," and he uploaded a video about a book he had made in elementary school. After a couple of years of steady growth, in April 2016 his channel gained over 278,000 subscribers, giving him a total of over 400,000 subscribers as of that May.[10] His videos about working at Subwayhave been featured on Foodbeast. The website's writer Peter Pham has called the videos "amazing" and "hilarious".[11][12] In 2016, he made a video to celebrate his and actress Miranda Cosgrove's shared birthday. In 2017 he smothered himself in approximately 3 million sprinkles for his 3 millionth subscriber mark, one sprinkle for each subscriber.[13] As of December 4, 2017, his channel has over 5 million subscribers, which led Dave Trumbore to name him one of five YouTubers who he said were "poised for mainstream success".[14] He has also made a 2nd channel called TheOdd2sOut, which has over 930,000 subscribers.[15]