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#1 Posted by JoelHulsey (70 posts) -

@amyggen said:

@joelhulsey said:

Clementine is the star of this series and she should absolutely stay in it as the main attraction. Watching her mature from a little girl into a much more battle-hardened veteran has been wonderful to watch. I missed the writing of Gary Whitta in season 2 so it lost some of its believability, but still not a bad effort.

If we're going by TV terms, Whitta was just one of the writers, Sean Vanaman was the showrunner. So it's probably him you're missing the most here.

Did he also not come back for season 2?

#2 Posted by JoelHulsey (70 posts) -

Clementine is the star of this series and she should absolutely stay in it as the main attraction. Watching her mature from a little girl into a much more battle-hardened veteran has been wonderful to watch. I missed the writing of Gary Whitta in season 2 so it lost some of its believability, but still not a bad effort.

#3 Posted by JoelHulsey (70 posts) -

I'm gonna have to go to one of these PAX's one of these times. Last time I went to a gaming convention was the first 2 E3's. Looks fun!

#4 Posted by JoelHulsey (70 posts) -

I hated it a year ago, I hate it just as much today. I totally hate that Ryan Davis is not in this world. It just doesn't seem right. It would have been amazing to see him after he became a father. His poor wife and family must be going through hell, and here I am just thinking about how much I miss him.

RIP my friend

#5 Edited by JoelHulsey (70 posts) -

@nmc2008 said:

No but if you make this a screensaver I will consider it.

I would love to know what this is an ad for.

#7 Edited by JoelHulsey (70 posts) -

Literally every single one of them. Dreading July 3. The chemistry between Ryan and Jeff can never be replaced. They were the perfect team.

#8 Edited by JoelHulsey (70 posts) -

I certainly want the best for Giantbomb, but this last 12 months has really had to take a huge toll of Jeff mostly. Started with Patrick packing up to Chicago, Ryan's passing, Then Vinny moves to New York, etc. It just seems like this exodus in one form or another won't stop. I keep waiting for Drew to announce he is leaving or Brad. This has been my favorite site since day 1, but obviously it's not the same today as it was a year ago, much less at the beginning. Everyone has a limit and there will be a day that Giantbomb closes it's doors and everyone goes their own way. It might be tomorrow, it might be 20 years from now. Who knows? Only they do so all I can do is continue to support them with my financial membership and keep coming back every day.

@superkenon said:

No sense in worrying. Nothing lasts forever, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the ride.

Besides, they seem to be doing fine. Growing, in fact, as they're getting new people in soon, and Vinny & Alex are setting up a new studio in New York. Whenever Jeff's talked about the numbers, they seem to only be rising.

Personally, I'm looking forward to the future of this site.

#9 Edited by JoelHulsey (70 posts) -

Any Bombers live in the greater New Orleans area and interested in a meetup? Can be almost anywhere. I live on the Northshore, but don't mind driving across the lake once in a while.

#10 Posted by JoelHulsey (70 posts) -

I usually download them and put them on my Ipad. My wireless signal isn't the greatest in my bedroom as it is on the opposite side of the house in my den. So I'll put 3-5 videos on the Ipad and watch them over a few days and then put a few more on. Also do this with Leo Laporte's stuff.

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