Ah, it's been a while since I've done one of these. Maybe it's because I've been doing so much stuff at my house. Also, trying to get through algebra. Also excited for this week! Lego Marvel Superheroes and Batman: Arkham Origins is coming out around this time! I've been looking forward to playing them in for so long! It's going to be a blast. Also can't wait to see some playthroughs featuring them on Youtube, especially that have funny commentary. I've always liked those. One thing that really gets to me though is, with so many success like the Batman Arkham series, why don't game developers do other games on other Superheroes as well? You have any idea how many times I've been praying for a next-gen Superman game, or a He-Man and the Masters of the Universe game, or a Green Lantern: War of Light MMO game, or a Thor: Tales of Asgard MMO video game that would challenge Elder Scrolls: Skyrim, or (for the millionth f****** time!!!) an actual G.I. Joe game that would finally put Call of Duty and Battlefield in their place?! Also, why did they delay Star Wars 1313? That game would have given us an opportunity to play as Boba Fett before he was Boba Fett! Even get us a chance to put on his armor! I'm betting this was a business move by Disney to probably make a standalone film for the character. *Sigh* I'm telling ya, I'm going to work my ass off of school so I can finally get a job somewhere in those companies, then go to hell and high water just to make these games happen! It's may sound crazy, but I have some faith and in times like these you got to have a bit of that to keep going in your life. Well, I'm off to probably finish more algebra. Math: It can be so simple once you get the hang of it, then become completely complicated when you take more classes.
I'm just about to replace my old IPad after accidently dropping it a few times...well you try and carry a ****ing ****load of books, and folders to college when you stupidly decide to give away all your backpacks to your cousin! Hey I'm not that bright all the time! Anyways I've decided to wonder about what career path I really want to pursue. Then it just hit me, I wanted to work in animation. To me, animation always held a special place in my heart, well more like my life in general. When I was a kid who had a vivid imagination, I would often turn on the TV and watch fun little shows like Doug or Ducktales or Babar. These shows really fascinated me, often making me wonder if I could go into that world. After high school, I decided that animation was a goal I would like to achieve. I'm already taking classes to really keep up, but there is like so much more I have to take care of. This is some serious stuff and I almost feel like I can't handle the pressure. But then I realized, "I'm young, ambitious, and a dude who has no idea what he's going to do next!" That gives me an edge! So for now, I continue pursing my career and just hoping for a stoke of luck to come my way. Sometimes you got to have that bit of hope to continue on, it really gives you a purpose and motivation. Plus it's a better way of being patient. Well, I hope my new IPad is good, and I really got to take care of my butterfingers. Mike out
Today it’s time to feature the electrifying awesomeness of Static Shock! A show that always brought the shock to your system (…..well I think it’s a cool pun).
The American animated series was produced by Warner Bros. Animation at the Slightly Offbeat Productions Studios in Penrose, Auckland, New Zealand. The show premiered in September 2000 on Kids’ WB! and ran for four season with a total of 52 episodes. The show was later picked up by Cartoon Network and afterwards aired on Disney XD.
A series followed the adventures of the Milestone/DC Comics character Virgil Hawkins, better known as the superhero Static. He would often battle mutated superhumans known as “Bang Babies” and protect the city of Dakota or the world from super villains. Some of his adventures featured appearances from other iconic DC superheroes such as Batman, Superman, and Green Lantern. He has even been featured in crossover episodes of Justice League Unlimited and Batman Beyond. This series was created by the man who created Static himself, the great Dwayne McDuffie.
This was the only video I could find that seemed interesting
This has got to be the stupidest blog I’ve ever posted. I’ve been watching this cool channel on YouTube called Polaris and I like what they featured. Then I started to learn about the people part of the program. I find the people very interesting. I’ve actually been a fan of Jessie Cox and Crendor, so I actually know who they are. Pewdepie is so weird in a cute and charming way, which is weird just writing that. Then there are other people who I just don’t feel like reminiscing for now. Next thing I know I learn about Dodger, you know that girl from her YouTube channel; PressHeartToContinue. Suddenly the strangest thing happened to me, I think I am starting to fall in love with her. She’s a gamer, a fan of anime and comics and has an awesome personality. Whenever there’s a video where I get to learn more about her personality, I keep thinking of that funny song from the Simpsons which homer sang to Marge when he was in a band.
Sounds corny but hey some guys have the secret crush. I know there is no chance in hell but hey, a guy can dream right? I just thought of writing something about it cause I was bored and couldn’t think of anything else to post. It would be funny or problematic if Dodger ever saw this, but whatever.
P.S. If you guys read this, then you have nothing else to do in your time too.
Hey Viners, Saint Michal here! So I haven’t been on the site as of late because I’ve been busy with summer classes at the community college. I’ve also been busy formulating a secret project I’ve been working on for quite some time. My hopes are to accomplish it around the time I gain my degree.
The project is a work in progress but I will tell you this: it is a mixture of comedy, comics, and video games. I just need to find the requirements, the ideas, and the recommendations to make this project work so if you guys have any suggestions or ideas, I would like to hear them.
In case you’re wondering, several blogs will be posted to by the time and I promise they will be worth watching so stay tuned and wish me luck guys! Also wish you guys luck on achieving your goals. Excelsior!
I don't know about you guys, but one of my favorite improv show is back! Though there will be some changes, like the new host, I still have high hopes that this version will be as great as the last one. Though the guest stars are not bad, I hope they bring back the classic guest stars, like Drew Carrey, Greg Proops, Chip Esten, and others(maybe Robin Williams and Richard Simmons too?).
If you want to post anything about the show, check out this thread: