Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Month in Review: March 2012

It's probably a good sign that we're already three days into a new month before the Month in Review rolls around, and it's not because we forgot. Means we've got a lot to talk about, and for the first time in a while, I've got writing ideas more than a few hours in advance of the posting deadline.

However, that was now. This is then. We're looking back at what we've already written, in the glorious month of March. Feel free to replace "glorious" with "review-happy," "YouTube-crazy," or "horror-oriented." See for yourself:

- A recap of my contributions to videogame humor website GameCola.net in both February and March

- A review of Stephen King's post-modern vampire horror novel, 'Salem's Lot

- My new whatever-I-feel-like weekly feature, Sunday Spotlight, covering The Dick Tracy Show, Mario Party 2, Stop Making Sense, Clannad and Clannad After Story, and Airplane II: The Sequel

- Spoileriffic general thoughts on television's The Walking Dead, a specific review of Episode 2x12, and a follow-up blurb

- Crowd-driven anxiety about releasing more YouTube videos

- Alex's weekly comics news/ramblings feature, Waiting for Wednesday, Volume 4, Issues 10-13, covering Fairest, a candid interview with Alan Moore, The Goon, and New Deadwardians

- Reactions to YouTube's new layout, and my pleasantly successful protest

- A review of the well-crafted animated feature Justice League: Doom

- The conclusion of nearly two years of Mega Man 6 on YouTube

- An announcement that we'll be posting at 1 PM Eastern moving forward

- A calamity-ridden collaborative playthrough of Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters

- A discussion of how Stephen King doesn't take his own writing advice

- A shrug and a grimace for Avengers: The Children's Crusade

- The search for motivation to write a new Dungeons & Dragons quest

- Reflections on spring from a guy who's been hunkered down inside for quite a while, and the season's annual call to play baseball

- Preparations for Wrestlemania XXVIII

- A guest post recounting the accidental death of a nerd

- I have a sudden urge to go outside

- A Saturday satire that, as far as I'm concerned, is not so much a satire as a straightforward discussion about how so much is riding on Avengers vs. X-Men

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