So when the spring season started I took it upon myself to try and follow two series at once with full summaries and thoughts on each episode. Lately I’ve found it very hard to stay caught up on both while balancing work, and also lately I’ve been getting back into RPG gaming somewhat and have taken up watching Stargate SG-1. Also, lately I just feel that Macross Frontier has been slipping out of my target demographic to the point where I think my writing style just can’t accomodate the viewers the series is attracting any longer. What with the active battling over the blogosphere and some forums over the love triangle (It’s supposed to be a fun dynamic, not a raging competition), as well as the general Sheryl worship I’m starting to see (scary as all heck) that makes me fear everytime I would try to write an article now, some screaming fan of a certain coupling or character is going to come by and flame the crap out of me for failing to uphold some ideal. Witnessing this change in fan behaviour doesn’t help to entice me to write anything, nor do I have any desire to cater to it really.
Add all this to the fact that Macross Frontier is fastly becoming a series I find increasingly less fun to blog rather than just to sit back and watch, and it is with deep regret (and somewhat relief) that I announce I am dropping Macross Frontier from my blogging schedule to introduce a less stressful schedule of activites into my week and to pursue other interests of mine.