All Quiet on the Western Front

Lost SupperI know I’ve said it quite a bit, but I truly am sorry for the lack of updates. It’s crazy, because in checking our site statistics regularly, there really are quite a few of you who come here every single day only to be disappointed by my failure to sit down and type some words about how we continually make fools of ourselves on the IntarWebz. Apparently there is a market for this kind of thing.

In terms of Web Zeroes, we are currently working on episodes 3 and 4 of the second season, doing our best to keep a steady pace without murdering ourselves. The show should debut in the next few weeks, though we haven’t quite nailed a date down with Revision3 just yet. This is part of the reason I’ve waited to update, simply because there wasn’t much news to give you guys. Also, it’s hard to show too many screenshots without spoiling some of the developments that we left hanging at the end of Season 1, so that makes it a tad difficult, too.

During my free time, I’ve found myself starting a fantasy novel of sorts. I’m not exactly sure why I’m sharing that, really, but it’s certainly interesting to me even if it’s not interesting to anyone else. One of the things the guys and I have talked about recently is that while we don’t miss the workload and the tedium that came from working on a machinima production like The Leet World, we do actually miss the ability to tell a ridiculous tale that really had no rules. While Web Zeroes is ultimately more rewarding to make, we wish that we had the budget to make a live action epic on par with the zaniness seen by our small corner of the Web. I suppose writing my own fantasy stories lets me get that out of my system. Who knows, maybe some day you can buy one. Or not.

Lately, I’ve been completely consumed by the final season of Lost on ABC. It really is a fantastic and wild show, and the engrossing mystery has had me enthralled for some time. In the final season, I’m finding myself both overjoyed and enraged by the way the questions refuse to be answered, yet trying to not worry and just appreciate the ride while it lasts. Honestly, I can’t imagine seeing anything else quite like this on TV ever again. However, it got me wondering about the mystery we wove on our own goofy Counter-Strike: Source show. Did you guys ever find yourselves frustrated by the way it unraveled?

More news on Web Zeroes coming very soon. In addition, some more “lost” info of Leet World will be revealed, as well as some old school outtakes. Hope you all are doing well, and thanks for being great fans.

16 thoughts on “All Quiet on the Western Front

  1. Michael Denton

    I got told that the final season has been mucked around with, something about 2 alternative story lines at once?

    Leet World outtakes are epic. They always get a laugh out of me, great to hear more are coming.

    Can’t wait for Season 2 to start. It should be awesome.

  2. DCGats

    Woo! Finally, an update. I’m looking forward to the new season. I have a feeling that it’s gonna be freaking EPIC. Are the outtakes gonna be from TLW?

  3. dompody

    Not gonna lie, sometimes the TLW “cliffhanger in every episode” mentality got frustrating. But it became such an integral part of the series that, over time, I came to love it πŸ™‚

  4. Supremum

    Nah, no frustration at all from TLW storyline mystery-part.

    And just one thing about:
    “there really are quite a few of you who come here every single day” – God bless RSS.

    Looking forward to more updates on Web Zeroes!

  5. - Anonymous -

    I unno the TLW cliffhanger endings were always awesome to me. They may have been frustrating since I wanted so badly to see what comes next, but I have to say they were very well done. I can’t wait to hear the “lost” Tlw stuff and outtakes.
    Keep up the good work with WZ. Can’t wait πŸ˜‰
    Kthxbai

  6. CardBoardBox

    Yeah, I think that The Leet World cliffhangers weren’t frustrating, but were pretty well developed. I can’t wait for the next set of questions to be answered, though. πŸ˜€

  7. kendo

    I am the one of the β€œthere really are quite a few of you who come here every single day”. Looking forward for some new updates and of course TLW outtakes which always makes my day! For the start I thought you stopped to do your stuff because there were no news for a while from you guys but I’m glad you are still working.

    Peace, love & understanding

    Your biggest fan of The Leet World

  8. SevenStar

    i really always liked the way tlw was set up, i just wish that the entire thing had been written all at once and made just as dark and mysterious (sorry bout cliche phrasing) as the last few episodes from the middle of the first season. that woulda been rad

  9. bcarr

    However, it got me wondering about the mystery we wove on our own goofy Counter-Strike: Source show. Did you guys ever find yourselves frustrated by the way it unraveled?

    Honestly, the way TLW was just dropped at the end was more disappointing than anything I can think of, period.

    WebZeroes is looking pretty good moving into its second season, but I wonder how you can top last season’s finale with Rooster Teeth appearing in the finale.

  10. glebe

    None of the stuff that TLW did really frustrated me. The cliffhangers weren’t the same breed as Lost cliffhangers. Yours inspire theories (for lack of a better word) and excitement, and Lost’s are kind of… wtf? I would love to read an Eddy Rivas Fantasy Novel, but I guess that’s a little farther away. Can’t wait for Web Zeroes season 2.

  11. Arctic Avenger

    I never did get it. What was Mendoza trying to say about the producer, at the end, before he got shot? >__>

  12. Leeroy Jenkins

    I can’t believe that no one had this username already, thats badass of me, sort-of. Anyways, im sure that when i become filthy rich in the near future i will be able to provide some of the monida for a kick ass anything you guys wanna make.
    Leeroy, Out.

  13. Michael Denton

    Also, a question about WebZeroes Season 2.

    Is it going to be released as a separate podcast on iTunes, or be like TLW and be released under the same podcast, and the old episodes get deleted from the download server eventually?

  14. - Anonymous -

    [quote comment=”17864″]I never did get it. What was Mendoza trying to say about the producer, at the end, before he got shot? >__>[/quote]

    I think he was going to say: “Your friend the producer is…dead” Or something like that revealing he was in the deathroom or something i unno that’s what I got out of it.

  15. neb

    Bizarre…i just read the book entitled All Quiet on the Western Front :)…stalker :D?…love what you guys are doing…love the web vids, keep it up…can’t wait for season 2 πŸ˜€

    p.s. loved tlw..wish it wasn’t such a hassle to pursue a dream of yours

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