Hey guys! Lisa Foiles here, kicking off my month-long season of content on Kotaku with a comedy sketch starring SMBC Theater's Jon Brence. In this true-to-life documentary, you'll witness many of my ideas getting hastily shot down by Jon before he realizes they're actually brilliant. Reminds me of the time I crept up behind Tom Clancy while he was writing Rainbow Five and said, "No, no. Make it Six."
For the next three Mondays, I will be posting fun content for an hour, starting at 8PM Eastern. My posts will range from articles and videos to guest columns and reviews about things like earrings made out of computer parts. I'm really looking forward to sharing my wide variety of opinions on video game culture with you and posting funny pictures of cats, probably. You'll get plenty of the humor columns you're expecting from me, as well as some deep, contemplative articles that I stayed up way too late writing.
In case you're the new kid here, come eat your Sloppy Joe at my cafeteria table for a few minutes while I tell you a bit about myself. And get that spitwad out of your hair. You look ridiculous.
I first appeared on Kotaku back in 2009, when Brian Crecente graciously posted a picture of my Harley Quinn Halloween costume and, needless to say, it was the greatest day of my life. I was an avid Kotaku reader, so it was truly an honor, plus it made all my friends pretty jealous. After getting to know the brilliant minds behind the site a bit more (that's you, Totilo!), I soon began writing monthly columns. This opportunity has not only introduced me to an awesome, attentive group of readers (that's you, person at home!), but has stretched me as a writer and a gamer.