This blog�s handful of occasional readers may have noticed that, over the past few months, little content has been posted here apart from weekly Obscurer Tribune
issues. There is a reason for this. It has little (if anything) to do with �real life got in the way� or �I just needed a break� or any of the usual reasons why a writer might take an occasional, temporary step back. Truth be told, I have not �stepped back� at all.
Ladies and gentlemen of Destructoid, I have been busy.
Anyone who bothers to read the seemingly-throwaway opening and closing blurbs tacked on to the Tribune
already knows that I�ve been up to something, though a number have probably wondered whether this clandestine �project� would ever actually see daylight � well, if you can believe it, the wait is over. My next (non-Tribune
) post within this space will be its first �official� entry.
Before that, however, I want to take a brief opportunity to set the stage: this is the biggest endeavor I�ve yet attempted on this site, and I want to get all the exposition out of the way in one fell swoop before it begins in earnest. My fellow DToiders, I present to you my new blog series: �Magnet School
Well, I think that�s more or less all you need to know about �Magnet School
, and my aspirations for it � once the series begins in earnest next week, I very much hope that you enjoy it, and that you�ll feel free to share any questions you might have with me.
�hm? Sorry, what�s that? Oh, silly me � yes, I did say that each �curriculum� would be centered around a certain genre, but forgot to mention which one
I�d be starting things off with.
Then again, if you�ve been paying a little bit of attention lately, you should already know.
See you in class next Monday.
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