Here’s to another week on Home Clipart Animal Deer, the only website where you can read stupid stories about clipart and presidential candidates all in the same place. Well, for now at least, until some other site probably steals all our cool ideas.
This week, Kenny “Kenye West” “MrVonAwesometon” “Doesn’t Have A Consistent Internet Username” Herndon will be absent, so I will be publishing every single post! Thedude3445 Week shall be henceforth known as… Theweek3445.
Theweek3445 means the second Movie Club article will be done by me. And for this week, I pick the movie Annie Hall, which you can watch on Netflix. So watch it, read the article on Friday, and argue with me about it in the comments section.
Also, while this is only tentative at the moment, we may be beginning “Movie Reviews”, which seem like they are exactly the same as this new Movie Club thing, but it’s not, because Movie Club jumps all over the place and usually won’t be a normal review kind of deal. These “Movie Reviews” (which will definitely have a catchier name) will be probably on Sundays and will be normal review kinds of deals of the new movies to come out on weekends. The movie for this weekend, of course, would be The Martian. However, it might not happen very consistently because movies cost $$ and $$ is always hard to come by, so this could end up being a pipe dream.
Now for the lame blog stuff that isn’t story writing:
I went to Anime Weekend Atlanta this weekend, and it was really fun! The convention itself wasn’t as good as it had been in past years, but I still very much enjoyed the panels, events, and the people I met.
Remember that secret project I mentioned in the welcome post last week? Probably not? Well, since for AWA 2013 I made a couple binders containing “Madoka in Mexico” and “My Big Fat Madoka Wedding” and gave them to some of the people I met, I decided to do the same thing for this year, though I ramped up efforts considerably.
As you can see, I made two separate binders, one containing all of the stories in The Madoka Series, and one containing a very diverse selection of stories from Home Clipart Animal Deer, including many currently-unpublished stories (a couple with good reason).
I gave most of them out over the course of the weekend, mostly to random people I talked to at the convention, though the Madoka one was understandably more popular since I was at an anime convention. In the end, I couldn’t give all of them out due to stupid life stuff happening on Sunday (that didn’t have much to do with me but that I was dragged into), but it was still good enough for me.
Oh, and at the convention I met a cool guy named Brett Brooks, a writer/artist who has published several really good comics, such as the graphic novel Dust Bunny. I may do a “Comic Recommendation” article about it sometime in the future.
Now that the convention is over, I’m still exhausted, but I will recharge and make Theweek3445 great.