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Archive for April, 2013

Part 3.4 of the Korranalysis is Up

And that’s it for part three.


Part 3.3 of the Korranalysis is Up

Well, apparently I said the magic words, because this is the first part since the very first one that didn’t get blocked immediately. Hmm…


Part 3.2 of the Korranalysis is Up

I think it’s safe to say that I’ll be banned from Youtube soon, so…is blip.tv any good?


Part 3.1 of the Korranalysis is Up

Part three will have to be uploaded in several parts because Youtube is a self-righteous automaton. I really need to seek out a much better video service…


Announcement: Good News and Bad News

The good news is that Part Three of the Korra video review is completed and ready for views and scrutiny.

The bad news is I can’t upload it as a whole because of the infringement claim on Part Two.

The good news is that I can divide the video in segments (each under fifteen minutes) and upload them then. (Hell, this might be better anyway; no more forty minute videos.)

The bad news is that it will take a little longer.

The good news is that I think I have a pretty good handle on how the last two videos will pan out.

And now for the ultimate bad news…unless I can get access to a new editing software in a week, I can’t finish them. And believe me, I would very much like to finished them.

Thanks for all of your patience, and wish me luck!

P.S. So how was your Record Store Day?

– Marshall Turner


Announcement: Update on Third “Korra” Video Review and Beyond

Today I finished the rough cut of part three, so it should be finished and ready for viewing this weekend (I can’t give a specific date). It’s longer than part two, but this time it’s actually analytical, so the length is justified as far as I’m concerned. I’m aiming to finished the last two parts by next weekend. Until then, thank you all for your patience and support!

P.S. I meant to get this message posted yesterday. Let’s just say that school and depression are a much more formidable adversary than I wanted to believe.

– Marshall Turner