I never left the fandom, only the frontier.
For those of you you may or may not have heard chances are I'm leaving this fandom forever. It's been 71 months since I first arrived to this fandom to explore the mysterious past of daikaiju eiga and what relates to it. This frontier was filled with mystery to both veterans and newbies alike. After helping fill in dozens of Toho bios the Ultraman frontier was next and as you can tell my efforts, as well as those by fellow fans such as yourselves, there remains little mystery left. With Monster Archives about to have every Ultra monster on record and WoU having more histories and accuracies it is safe to say that this frontier is nearing an end, one that I cannot be part of anymore because I am considered nothing more than a demonic exile at TK and KP. However, that is not to say the fandom is free of unknowns, there are many obscure monster movies and television shows that remain in the sands of time. As I leave I just hope that my successor also has the willingness to experience the tales of astonishing suspense, the strange fantasies of horror, and journeys into terrifying mystery in which the human mind can barely fathom. Bring the obscure to the surface and make sure it's knowledge is never lost and if you can't make your own site place it at both the regular Wikipedia and the Godzilla Wiki so that future generations may know the fantasy, the science, the action, the horror, the mystery, and the legacy of the daikaiju genre. My frontier now lies in the monsters of the week in giant robot anime, which contain hundreds if not thousands of unknown kaiju which I am bringing to the surface. With that in mind I place my successor of this site into the hands of Godzillawolf.
Nothing is ever in vein if truly believe! Far well, fellow Ultra fans.