|Welcome Back, Sir|
Well, it's nice to know Marobot's gonna have work again.
(oh yeah, spoiler warning for The Review Must Go On)
Yeah, Doug Walker has decided to bring back the Nostalgia Critic. Seems that feeling of being "done" with the character was a massive case of burnout. Given I've suffered from a creative drought over the last month, I can relate. But it's settled. Starting February 5th, NC will be back (on a bi-weekly schedule) with a review of The Odd Life of Timothy Green.
And I couldn't be happier.
Let's get this straight. I was warming up to the to the new Demo Reel series. I was liking the characters, the story and was finding it truly heartwarming at times. I'm actually gonna be sad to see the series go and I especially feel bad for Malcolm Ray and Rachel Tietz. They did spectacular work as Tacoma and Rebecca and it'll be a shame to see them go.
But from this death comes renewed life. A passion has been reignited in Doug. And I'm always for a re-ignition of passion. Unless it's illegal, then I'm all for suppressing that passion. Suppress your sick passions. SUPPRESS! SUPPRESS!!!!!
Wait, what was I talking about? Oh yeah, Nostalgia Critic.
So the Nostalgia Critic is back. Good. Couldn't be more excited. Break a leg, Mr. Walker.