Hey, how’s it going? Welcome back to the Train; I am your conductor as usual. Well, we have a new year ahead of us, 2021. And, despite all the pitfalls and rough times and shutdowns regarding this historical era, I can see a glimmer at the end of the tunnel. This up and coming year will definitely have it’s struggles, but I’m positive things will stitch up and we could have a sense of normalcy eventually. With that mentioned, I’m here to provide you folks with information on my projects mapped out for 2021. Let’s get cracking!
First and foremost, today would be a day where I upload a brand new review or episode of our series Out of Order. However, this is not so. This Thursday and the next will both be vacant of the common weekly content. The train is just taking a two-week period away from blogging simply to have air to breathe and to recollect my clutter and focus a bit more on additional aspects of my life. We’ll return with a massive bundle of five Pixar films reviewed as part of our ongoing series on January 14.
As you may have heard, A Very Merry Espionage Christmas has already been kicked off with a retrospective review of Get Smart… what you might not have known are the three following episodes in the marathon. I mean, why celebrate the Christmas spirit for 25 days when we can spread it out throughout this difficult winter instead! The next volume will be released in January while the final two will bookend February. Stay tuned for more of that spy-fi action, and don’t forget to check out the Get Smart review from the week prior if you haven’t already (in such case, thank you!).
What will become of Out of Order? It will continue once a month like it has been circulating for a while now, but starting in May the show is taking a short hiatus. It’s unfortunate, but all television programs similarly need to have a break every now and then. The 14 total episodes will become season 1. Luckily, Out of Order has been renewed for a second season as well, set to premiere sometime in August. A ranking of each and every Mandalorian episode, which clocks in at 16 entirely, and a surprise April Fool’s special are among the last couple in the first season to look forward to.
My novel, Volt Vulture, is a recurring name for longtime members of the train. But, how has it been going? I want to be honest here with you guys, progress on it has come to a halt. I’m trying my best to get back to working on it, now that the holidays have passed. I’ll make you guys a surefire promise; I will without a doubt complete writing through it sometime this next year. Publishing is a whole other puzzle to solve on its own, but I will hold the project’s finalization as a high priority.
And that’s all for this evening; tell me in the comments more of what you want to see from me, as well. Whether it be more reviews, more Top 5s, lost media… always feel free to suggest ideas. I can’t wait to spend another 365 more days of posts with you guys! Enjoy your New Year’s and, please, wear a face mask and respect each other. Aloha! Over and out.
See you again in two weeks!