Ask A Ninja
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Ask A Ninja is an award-winning web-series of comedy videos about the image of ninjas in popular culture.
The series was created by comedians Kent Nichols and Douglas Sarine. It is presented by a Ninja known as "The Ninja". The show's format was inspired by Ask Zorbat and Strong Bad Email. According to an interview with the creators, the show was originally supposed to be an animated show about two Ninjas living in Orange County.
The first episode of the show was uploaded on January 7th, 2006. The last video of the "Ask A Ninja" show was uploaded on May 17, 2011, although the channel were the show was hosted on still uploads videos.
In December 2007 , television industry trade magazine TelevisionWeek reported that "Ask a Ninja" creators Kent Nichols and Douglas Sarine made about $100,000 a month in ad revenue and income from merchandising and licensing from the show. In January 2007 Forbes listed The Ninja as one of the top "Fictional Celebrities" on the web.
 Ask A Ninja – Youtube Channel
 TVWeek – Online Fame Easy; Ads Harder to Get
 Forbes – In Pictures: Fictional Stars
 IMDb – Ask A Ninja
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