That’s why it’s very important for you to bring enough Valentine’s Day cards for the whole class.
The. Whole. Class.
But, “oh” you say, “I don’t want to give everyone in the class a Valentine’s Day card. ‘Robby Gunderson’ is icky and gross and he picks scabs.” First of all, that’s just a rumor. Secondly, you’re passing up an opportunity for, literally, years of tenuous devotion (and fun).
From the right person, a well placed, cryptic message written on a Valentine is like a sexy, lingering viral infection. Unshakeable, but why would you want to? The message needs to be vague, yet instill hope. Something like “it’s you” or “yes” or “grapes.” Maybe not...
“Critics are sentinels in the grand army of letters, stationed at the corners of newspapers and reviews, to challenge every new author.”
No doubt, Balthazane would find that to be true. Only for webseries.
But some critics can act less like dutiful, well-trained sentinels and more like the bouncer in charge of the velvet rope at a nauseatingly trendy hot-spot off the Sunset Strip.
Check out Balthazane.com!
Well, everyone, despite our best intentions at blogging regularly, we’ve been far too busy making up new and creative ways to suck up our time by creating actual video content. Imagine that! I know I’ve been working a lot on a surprise that you’ll get to see January 4th (if all goes well). Since your’e reading this, you’re a rare and lucky person, because I’ll let you in on a little secret: The surprise is an ancillary Website.
WOW! Don’t you feel overwhelmed with exclusive excitement?
Speaking of excitement, be sure to watch our traditional holiday greeting. It’s a warm and wonderful video filled with all the Christmas imagery and well-wishes you’d expect this time of year. And you’ll be humming that tune for days to come!
Also be sure to check out some of our pictures from the holiday...
One thing we knew when we set out to create a new webseries is that, whatever we were to come up with next, fans of our previous show, Life from the Inside, might not like it. Not only is VZW different in tone from LFTI, it’s an entirely different kind of show. It might be best to think of it this way: Life from the Inside was nine half-hour sitcom episodes. Vampire Zombie Werewolf is one ninety-minute webseries “movie.” How could these shows not be different?
Robb and Tanya and I love LFTI. It was great fun to write and produce (typical writing and producing headaches aside), not to mention awesome to act in, and we could do LFTI for the rest of our lives. But we have so many more ideas, so much more to experiment with and create. Since there are only three of us, there is no option to make both shows simultaneously. We may...