A few of you may know of something called "Dr. Horrible's Sing-a-Long Blog." It's a movie series that was released online and it starred Neil Patrick Harris as a guy named "Dr. Horrible." Horrible was a struggling super villian who dreamed of making it in the big leagues like his idol, Bad Horse. This story is supposed to take place a while after that and it will be told in both first and third person. Don't worry, there are Transformers involved in it as well! Imagine if you were to take Dr. Horrible and mash it up with Spotlight: Shockwave, and this is what you would get. I hope you all enjoy! (disclaimer: I don't own any of these characters whatsoever) 7-11-11 Why, hello there! I'd say thank you for reading, but you're kind of forced to do so, aren't you? Yes, yes you are. I shouldn't have to introduce myself, since everyone knows me as their evil overlord, Dr. Horrible. Now, I know I usually do this in vlog form but my minion, Moist, was handling my webcam and the thing slipped through his fingers. Needless to say, the camera was busted so I'm gonna be posting in text for for a while. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy the greatest (and now only) blog in the world! Mwahahahaha! (The evil laugh isn't as good over text, I know.) So a while ago my old boss, Bad Horse, had an unfortunate run in with the glue factory. I, being the good villain I am, volunteered to fill his horseshoes. I pretty much had everything I ever wanted in life, except for, well, you know....Penny. *Ahem* As you can guess, ruling the world with no competition whatsoever can get boring at times, so I tried to drum up some fun for myself. I had been playing with the idea of robot minions. I mulled the thought over with Moist and that conversation went pretty much like this: "So, Moist, I think I'm gonna make some robots or something. What do you think?" "Well, we certainly have the resources for it, but why would you need them?" "My human slaves don't work fast enough, and I realized I'd have to feed them and whatnot or else they'd, like, die. Robots would be more efficient, and they could shoot lasers from everywhere! Can humans shoot lasers from everywhere?" "I guess you have a point. I'll tell the workforce to start building them." So yeah, the robot army will be ready in about a month or so. I'm just missing a few critical parts. Anyways, it looks like I'm going to have to cut this blog entry short for now. I've been informed of some strange findings on an archaeological site. That's all for now!