You are absolutely right. It feels very cluttered to me too. Thanks for the critique! I’ll definitely try to make it so there isn’t as much going on in the new theme. I’m just not sure where I’d put the links. I’d prefer them to be able to be accessed on the main page. Maybe I can have a drop down or collapsible thing somewhere.
I will definitely do that. And thank you! I’m glad you like it. :]
InvaderCon had inspired me to get this blog up and running again. Also, I think it’s time I cleaned up and possibly redesigned the theme.
The thing is that I’m not particularly great at design. I’m a coder at heart, so doing things isn’t an issue. So if anyone has any ideas for designs or graphics or just theme suggestions in general, I’ll gladly take them!
That might also entail getting a new banner image, but I’m not sure about that yet. The one HideousBlob made is pretty great already.
Attention “Invader Zim” fans and LEGO fans alike; this project needs your support to be made into an official LEGO set. All you have to do is click the big green button to the…
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Eric Trueheart said that there was never a specific canon age for Zim to his knowledge.
Mystery solved…..kind of
I just found out from Eric Trueheart that after reviewing the story to the x-mas episode, some Nick execs brought up these criticisms. Because it was the last episode they were producing, they didn’t change anything, but added this scene to represent how they were simply ignoring those questions.
I remember reading a fanfic where the author went through all the math trying to define Irken years, days, everything and it’s really amazing. Some of it is made up but most has some kind of focus in canon. It’s called In Short Supply by ckret2
YES. That fanfic was amazing. Which is weird. Zim/Purple is something that I don’t really ship and never thought I would ever tolerate. But it’s written pretty dang well. I loved how the author went into detail in the world building, like the Irken years for example.