Also, for those who want the chance to meet me in person, you'll get that chance at this year's Southern Geekfest in Hattiesburg, followed by the Mississippi Comic-Con in Jackson. Granted, I won't be hosting a panel, but going for the fun and thrills of a comic-convention. If you manage to spot me, feel free to ask me those pondering questions like, "Why do you want to be a journalist?", "What are you reviewing next?", and most importantly, "What's your deal with ADV Films?"
On a more serious note, after two years of college at Jones County Junior College, I will be graduating tomorrow. Looking back, I have to say that I have been very satisfied with how my time at college thus far has been turning out, especially in comparison to my high-school years. I will be transferring to the University of Southern Mississippi, where I will continue my studies as a journalist major. Although real-life has made it troublesome to get reviews out from time to time, I have done a fairly competent job at balancing education, martial arts, writing, and work, and going into the second half of this year. Things should be fairly stable as far as I'm concerned.
That wraps it up for this update; as of this writing, the blog is coming close to 2,000 views, so I encourage those that read my work to support it by sharing it with others and spreading the word about what it is that I do. I thank for God, family, friends, and other individuals for helping me get to where I am, and the plan is to just keep on trucking, and succeed with flying colors in all areas of my life.
Till next time, klaatu barata nikto.