Sure, we've got stuff like Yu-Gi-Oh! Abridged, and we've got an awful lot of short little fandub parody clips in things like AMV Hell. But I've talked to a few people about this over the weekend: why is it that, despite the copious video and video-editing resources now available at fans' fingertips these days, we see so few "full-length" parody fandubs?
A parody fandub, for the uninitiated, is when fans clip together and re-dub parts of a show for comedic effect. The best examples of this that I've seen are Evangelion: ReDeath (every time Gendo comes onto the screen you hear one of those '70s-style soul-style clips singing "It's Gendooo!") and Fanboy Bebop (the Cowboy Bebop crew head to Anime Expo..."The Biggest Con in the Galaxy."
Both of these were by the same fan studio (Sokodei), and were released in 2000 and 2002 respectively. Re:Death is about 35 minutes and Fanboy Bebop is closer to 45, and obviously doing any kind of dubbing is really difficult. But still...it's a lot easier now than it was then. So why don't we see more parody fandubs?
Seriously, am I just missing them all? If so, point me in the right direction, 'cause I loved both of these! Here, have some of Re:Death via YouTube.