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Alan Becker (born: May 18, 1989 (1989-05-18) [age 33]), formerly known online as noogai89, is an American animator on YouTube who is known for his Animator vs. Animation series which he had started back in 2006. He also uploads tutorials.

Personal life

Alan Becker was born on May 18, 1989 in Dublin, Ohio, alongside with his sister Harmony Becker, who is an cartoonist and illustrator. Since his youth, Alan had been an avid fan of animation. With two of his favorite short films being the 1953 Looney Tunes short Duck Amuck and the 1959 adaptation of Harold and the Purple Crayon, both of these shorts contained animated characters using their surroundings to draw things out, which would serve as major inspirations for his later works. Growing up in a financially struggling family, Alan claimed that his family-owned merely one computer that was shared between him and his siblings.

It was through this computer that he began experimenting with pixel art, beginning in 2001. Eventually becoming homeschooled in 2005, Alan received his first laptop an Acer TravelMate which he used to begin animating using Macromedia Flash (later Adobe Flash and currently Adobe Animate); his first official animation, titled Pink Army, was posted on Newgrounds in 2004, where it did well. On June 3, 2006, at the age of 17, Alan posted the hit video Animator vs. Animation on Newgrounds which was also his first video, where the video quickly went viral and led to it being re-uploaded on various media websites.

According to Alan, an unnamed company offered him $75 for "exclusive rights" to "Animator vs Animation", but decided against it, heeding to the advice of Steven Lerner, owner of AlbinoBlacksheep. Later, he discovered that his animation had been uploaded to the notorious entertainment website eBaumWorld without permission (for which the site was infamous of doing too many other video creators). After Steven Lerner used this as evidence in a legal battle against eBaumWorld, Alan accepted a $250 payment for use of the animation. However, following a change of heart, he returned the money and had the animation removed.

Atom Films persuaded and funded Alan to create a sequel after the success of his first animation, and so he created Animator vs. Animation II. In 2007, Charles Yeh offered to create an online game based on the animation, and after looking at his impressive work, Alan agreed to collaborate with him. Soon after many requests for a third animation, Animation Vs. Animation III was finally released in 2011.

Alan intended to make the third short the last in the series, stating that he "wanted to make sure that no sequel could come out of that" by ending the video with the blue screen of death as if the computer itself was dead and the animation series couldn't go any further. Despite this, he has stated that his animation teacher had inspired him to continue on YouTube. His fourth video, Animator vs. Animation IV, received over $11,000 in crowdfunding on Kickstarter.

Alan has also created works related to the video game Minecraft, such as the video Animation vs. Minecraft and a server based on the Studio Ghibli film My Neighbor Totoro. Alan also created a series of "how-to" videos regarding animation based on the "12 basic principles of animation" which was uploaded on his secondary YouTube channel "Alan Becker Tutorials".

Alan is married to an author of Mochi Magic and a cook specializing in Japanese cuisine, Kaori in February 10, 2010. Alan made an announced on July 27, 2017 that he became a father.[1]


  • The Chosen One:
    • The strongest stick figure and the one who saved Alans PC from the evil Dark Lords Virus.
  • The Dark Lord:
    • Originally created to defeat The Chosen One but switched sides with The Chose One and destroyed Alan Becker's first Computer and later created a blade bracelet wore on hand able to erase anything it touches and also a virus called ViraBot. After an epic battle with The Chosen One he prevails. But the other stick figures resist him and he kill them all using his weapon and while killing The Second Coming, the latter gets some extreme power and kills the former by using laser eyes which lead to an explosion, (possibly) killing him.
  • Victim:
    • A cunning, Brilliant and the first stick figure created by Alan appeared only in the Animator VS Animation Original. He died when Alan closed the Flash window.
  • The Second Coming:
    • A pro crafter and also helps Alan to Animate. He can be called Alan's favorite stickfigure.
  • Red:
    • The One who loves Animals the most. Also a big trouble maker and a pro fighter.
  • Green:
    • A note blocks master also a pro builder. Also died twice.
  • Yellow:
    • A Redstone Engineer. He is the most curious stickfigure among the stick figures.
  • Blue:
    • The one who is interested in nether warts. Also an Alchemist. Also the only one in the group who does archery.
  • Purple:
    • A greedy stick figure and also the former king of the villagers and now an assistant of the King Orange.
  • King Orange:
    • The ruthless king of Piglins who wants unlimited power and made purple bring the Minecraft icon.
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Animator vs. Animation

Alan is known for his series called Animator vs. Animation which revolves around a stick figure who fights over its creator in the animation program. Given that the video went viral, it turned into a whole series of videos like "Animator vs. Animation II". There are also spin-offs that feature the animated stick figures vs. games and other things like "Animation vs. Minecraft" or "Animation vs. YouTube".

This is a list of episodes of the series:

Animator vs. Animation
  1. Animator vs. Animation
  2. Animator vs. Animation II
  3. Animator vs. Animation III
  4. Animator vs. Animation IV
  5. Animator vs. Animation V
  6. Animation vs. Minecraft
  7. Animation vs. YouTube
  8. Animation vs. League of Legends
  9. Animation vs. Pokémon
  10. Animation vs. Super Mario Bros
  11. Animator Vs Animation V
  12. Epic Moments - Animation Vs Minecraft (Series 1)
  13. Animation Vs Arcade Games
  14. Animation Vs Trash (#TeamSeas)
Animation vs. Minecraft Shorts

Season 1:

  1. The Rediscovery - AVM Shorts Episode 1
  2. The Building Contest - AVM Shorts Episode 2
  3. The Roller Coaster - AVM Shorts Episode 3
  4. Potions - AVM Shorts Episode 4
  5. Note Blocks - AVM Shorts Episode 5
  6. Command Blocks - AVM Shorts Episode 6
  7. PVP - AVM Shorts Episode 7
  8. The Nether - AVM Shorts Episode 8
  9. Villagers - AVM Shorts Episode 9
  10. The End - AVM Shorts Episode 10
  11. Skyblock - AVM Shorts Episode 11
  12. TNT Land - AVM Shorts Episode 12
  13. The Dolphin Kingdom - AVM Shorts Episode 13
  14. Cave Spider Roller Coaster - AVM Shorts Episode 14

Season 2:

  1. Redstone Academy - AVM Shorts Episode 15
  2. Note Block Battle - AVM Shorts Episode 16
  3. Build Battle - AVM Shorts Episode 17
  4. Texture Pack - AVM Shorts Episode 18
  5. Lucky Blocks - AVM Shorts Episode 19

Season 3:

  1. The Piglin War – AVM Shorts Episode 20
  2. The Witch – AVM Shorts Episode 21
  3. Parkour – AVM Shorts Episode 22
  4. Titan Ravager – AVM Shorts Episode 23
  5. Lush Caves - AVM Shorts Episode 24
  6. The Ultimate Weapon - AVM Shorts Episode 25
  7. The Warden - AVM Shorts Episode 26
  8. Monster School - AVM Shorts Episode 27
  9. The Raid - AVM Shorts Episode 28
Animation vs. Animation Shorts (or Animator vs. Animation V)
  1. The Virus - Animator vs Animation Shorts - Episode 1
  2. The Chosen One's Return - Animator vs. Animation Shorts Episode 2
  3. The Flashback - Animator vs. Animation Shorts Episode 3
  4. The Showdown - Animator vs. Animation Shorts Episode 4

Other channels


AlanBeckerTutorials is a channel in which Alan shows Flash Tutorials.


AlanBeckerMinecraft is a channel in which Alan plays Minecraft. As he is now more focusing on his new Server, AlanBeckerMC (abbreviated as ABMC). The project and channel is now holded by one of the admins of his another server, Ghiblicraft. He is still owning the server partialy as the Ghiblicraft team has decided to separate ABMC and Ghiblicraft.

Animators vs Games

In this channel, Alan Becker and his Friend DJ Welch plays many different games. They have collaborated with other YouTubers like TheOdd1sOut and Jaiden Animations.

They play games like Unrailed, Henry Stickman, etc.


  • His video "Animation vs Minecraft" has been the most viewed Minecraft video since November 2021.
  • His video "Animator vs Animation" got the second viral award.

Channel milestones

Subscriber Milestones

  • 1 million subscribers: December 20, 2015
  • 2 million subscribers: June 21, 2016
  • 3 million subscribers: August 3, 2017
  • 4 million subscribers: February 18, 2018
  • 5 million subscribers: July 19, 2018
  • 6 million subscribers: August 27, 2018
  • 7 million subscribers: December 11, 2018
  • 8 million subscribers: May 11, 2019
  • 9 million subscribers: September 20, 2019
  • 10 million subscribers: January 5, 2020
  • 11 million subscribers: April 23, 2020
  • 12 million subscribers: August 18, 2020
  • 13 million subscribers: October 28, 2020
  • 14 million subscribers: January 4, 2021
  • 15 million subscribers: April 12, 2021
  • 16 million subscribers: July 23, 2021
  • 17 million subscribers: November 5, 2021
  • 18 million subscribers: January 25, 2022
  • 19 million subscribers: April 26, 2022

Video View Milestones

  • 1 billion views: April 3, 2019
  • 2 billion views: August 30, 2020
  • 3 billion views: June 29, 2021
  • 4 billion views: April 28, 2022



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