Well, as per tradition, I note all of the top ten blogs of all time.
Who would Captain America vote for? An election special.
Four years later, this is still on the list. Originally from the 2012 election, I this one was probably carried more by Alex Ross art than anything else. But it's still going strong as the #1 blog of all time.
This was fun. I was just going over the top and insane.
But here, Captain America punching Hitler in the face.
Yeah, I know, I should probably do this again for 2016, but no. Have you seen the cesspit of this election? No one would vote for either one of these people. I think even Captain America would punch both of them in the face. Repeatedly. The 2016 election would make Tony Stark run for President as a 3rd party candidate, and win.
But people are still coming to the blog just to read them. Well, here you go, enjoy.
This was right after the dawn of DC's New 52 Universes in 2011, when the comics had gone into a sideways spiral of strange.
From 2010, I ripped apart with every stupid decision that Marvel comics had made for the previous 5 years. Sadly, some of those decisions are still going strong. But it's hard to figure out which ones.
Seriously, Marvel, stop it.
I'm told that OMD might be reversed. I'm not holding my breath, though.
5. Review: Tom Stranger, Interdimensional Insurance Agent.
Yay, we have a new one. Yes, a new entry. who knew? But yes, this was the review of Larry Correia's really strange audio book, narrated by the awesome Adam Baldwin.
This was almost bizarre and hilarious, and the entire review exploded onto the top ten list in a matter of days, and it took a little while longer for it to make it to the number 5 spot.
But yes, I do recommend it. It's hilarious.
Also, Wendell the Manatee.
This one is still on the list. Again, as new as last year, but still, it's here. And, obviously, you do need to buy the book to read the whole thing now, sorry.
Historically, though, this is where things started going really odd. And I probably should have seen it coming that things were going to really go sideways ... "sideways" as in "The Puppies have taken over my blog." I think part one got suggestions of nominating this for a "Best related" award from the Hugos.
I would have enjoyed watching the Puppy Kickers go insane. But we can't have everything.
From April of 2015, this was after Entertainment Weekly's libelous article about Sad Puppies, written and published without talking to anyone within Sad Puppies. At all. Yes, really.
This is what happens with the use of hashtags.
And all I did was round up arguments I've seen others make online.
9. Puppies Come to WorldCon (SPBB III)
Still here from last year. This was going to be The End. Period. Dot. Final. The last straw. The Puppies were going to come to the Hugos, and it would have to end there. Why? Because there would be nothing left for me to write until the Hugos came out. It was a perfect out, right? Right?
This was a simple announcement about the Dragon Award nominees from this year. That was it. This also made it on the top ten list in a matter of weeks, if not days.
Looking over this list, I've come to the conclusion ... that I should probably make this blog all about sex, Sad Puppies, politics, book reviews, and comic books. But then, I reach that conclusion every few hundred posts or so. We'll see about doing that sometime next time around.