2013 RevPub’s Year in Review

New Year’s steadily approaches, and as we enter another fabulous year of antics and projects, we at RevPub want to THANK each of you for your loyalty and readership. It’s been a hell of a year, and we’re on our way to more great things!

Here’s a look at your favorite posts for 2013:

Psych’s Uzi Flowers: This means the world to me because this was a special gift to a special person. It took more than a month to paint, and I hope it inspired others to think outside the box and exercise creativity.

The 90s TMNT Movie: A staple of most 30-somethings guy’s childhood. If there’s one thing we can do, it’s show our nostalgia for the 90s!

Lindsey Stirling in Nashville: And guess who’s coming back to Nashville in June 2014?! We’re very happy to have her back, and this time we’re going with a group of six. That’s the power of music.

Thanksgiving – The Little Things: This one surprised us a little. My grandma’s very small gesture turned into shares all over Facebook and lots of positive feedback. We’re happy to know so many of you appreciate the little things.

An Illustrator’s Foray into Adobe Illustrator – Week 3: We at RevPub love to learn and try new things. James dove right into Illustrator, and he has produced some amazing art and gifts. We’re looking forward to producing Lil Horseman 2 this year and maybe some new projects.

How to be a Good Fan – Don’t be the Comic Book Guy: James had a blast writing this series, and it went over very well. We’re all fans of something or someone, so it’s nice to be reminded we don’t have to conform or shove it down someone’s throat. The one good thing about people is we’re all different, so we should accept and respect one another.

So, what’s next? We hope to get Lil Horsemen 2 produced, more merchandise up, we’re both volunteering for a special project we’ll discuss later (wink), and we’d like to have a lot of fun!

Thank you for your support, and we wish each of you a safe and happy New Year!

Happy New Year and Year-End Review

I don’t get the appeal of celebrating New Years. I understand new beginnings and all that, but I believe you can have a new beginning each day. And if I want to drink, I can do so in the privacy of my own home and not risk an accident or DUI.

New Year’s resolutions irritate me the most. No one needs a day to start something. If you want to be healthier, then eat the right foods and exercise. If you want to laugh more, then do things that make you happy. If you hate your job, then find a new one. It’s all about you doing what you want.

When I was a kid, I made these useless resolutions because that’s what I was supposed to do. I learned as I grew older that I could change anything I wanted, any day I wanted. So, for this post I am going to recap 2012 RevPub style — not tell you my goals, hopes and dreams.

This past year has been a good one, and honestly I’m kind of sad to see it go. I am excited about upcoming new posts and projects, and we want to thank all of you for your support and love over the past year. May we all rock 2013!

Raven’s 3 favorite post topics:

Off the Edge

Ghost Stories

Writing for Web

Raven’s favorite project (other than Lil Horsemen):


James’ 3 favorite post topics:

The Ghost in the Machine

Writing For Web

Life Lessons from Video Games

James’ favorite projects (other than Lil’ Horsemen):

Story of the Month

Merchandise (Red Bubble)

Your top 3 favorite posts:

Byte Me Shirts

Lil’ Horsemen: How Death and War Postponed the Apocalypse

Life Lessons Learned from Video Games #4: A Love Letter to Old School Sega

What’s next and new ideas:

Lil’ Horsemen #2

More Stories of the Month

Guest Writers

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