I think we can all agree that having a minimal amount of content for the past month or so was not the way to go out in 2008, but we all have other things on our plate. We do our best to get what we can posted, but sometimes that's just not enough. Sure, we may be getting our name out there, with almost 20K unique visitors, over 320 friends on YouTube, over 230 friends on MySpace, and already 50 followers on our recently created Twitter; the VFH name is being discovered. And I'd mention the Facebook and Flickr accounts, but you folks don't seem to visit us at those locations. But still, the blog is, at least in my opinion, lacking.
However, 2009 is a brand new year, and another chance for us to get back in gear. What can you expect in the coming year? Well in just a few weeks we'll be starting This Week In Lost, a weekly feature where Zach and I will discuss the week's episode of Lost, each with our our thoughts and impressions. This is the second This Week In feature after Adult Swim (which although postponed, should reappear later in the year), most likely This Week In will spread across to other TV series/blocks, but it just takes one comment from the readers to say what that may be. The Top Ten will also be returning as a VFH only feature, with lists on more than just games, so there's that to look forward to as well.
2009 also seems to be a big year for both gaming and movies, so you can most likely check us out for the latest on films like Star Trek and Watchmen, and big game titles for each console. And I would really like for us to make the site more well rounded, giving more attention to the comic books and nerd topics we claim to cover, and not just gaming and a select movie or TV show. That means more comic book, graphic novel, and manga impressions, news and reviews.
We are truly planning some big stuff for the new year, especially with the blog's first anniversary coming up this March 26th. So I ask that you all stay tuned, and keep supporting us, because at the end of the day we do this all for you.
See you in 2009!