200 Posts?!?

Hoooooly shit, 200 posts already? Well, let’s celebrate with a massive overhaul! After many years I have finally decided to abandon the horrorgasm name and move on to something new. It’s a name I used on the internet for a long time. My previous crappy site was located at the same domain. It was my screen name in the dark corners of mIRC. It was the name of one of my bands. It’s a name that used to carry a lot of importance to me, plus it just sounds fucking cool…but I’ve come to realize that I’m not that person anymore and I don’t really want to be associated with that person anymore.

It also doesn’t really have a whole lot to do with the things I talk about here. If this place was all about horror movies it would be a great name, but for mostly games and comics? It’s not really relevant to the content. (Plus it sounds like a damn porn site and that’s probably not the most reader-friendly thing, is it?).

Anyway, I think this new name more accurately reflects the tone of this place. I’ll still post about all the same kinds of things, and I think I’ll try to start getting into some new topics just to keep things interesting.

Finally, I’d like to thank all you readers and/or fellow bloggers for your support, participation, and inspiration, and I’ll do my best to try to be even more entertaining than usual as I continue to dive into the depths of the virtual multiverse, searching for the finest adventure and treasure that fiction can offer.

10 thoughts on “200 Posts?!?

  1. Congrats on reaching 200 posts. I look forward to reading more of your content under the site’s new banner. Let’s hope you don’t lose traffic as people looking for horror porn will no longer visit the blog 😉

  2. It always seems like a good idea ‘at the time.’ Great great greeat new look to the site. Well done!

  3. I like it! Though I actually started following you because of the Horrogasm name lol. Even though I’m a gigantic wuss puss, I’m fascinated by horror, most of the stories I love have an element of horror to them, and I have plans to write horror one day. Virtuanaut does sound more video game-esque though. It makes me think of an astronaut making his way through numerous virtual worlds, which pretty much covers everything!

    1. I blame the boss at AMAP for giving me a taste of fame and people like you for showing me that gaming communities still exist that actually enjoy games and discussing them thoughtfully instead of just sitting around talking about how terrible everything is.

      1. Oh my lord, we had that discussion at one point a few months ago on another blog or maybe Twitter. About how the gaming community has turned into a gigantic, negative sack lol.

        I was actually very happy with how everyone took E3. Sure there was some disappointment, but there were also some really awesome things, and the things that disappointed were valid and explained. Like it’s okay to have a negative opinion so long as it’s informed and not just a “This totally sucks!” I’ve discovered that legitimate gaming blogs usually the ones that are independently or run by a small group tend to be less negative. I mean I guess you COULD spend your time blogging about how much you hate everything, but you’re not going to get many followers and blogging is way too time consuming to do that.

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