|Reviews for Epic Sitch: Big Monkey on Campus|
| JP1124 chapter 2 . 1/2/2013
Good and intresting story so far
| Daki92 chapter 13 . 6/13/2011
it was a very engaging read. I look forward to seeing new stories from you posted on the site hehe
| Joe Stoppinghem chapter 13 . 9/11/2010
Nice warp up with bow and everything.
So, does this mean it's the end of the series?
I know you personal life has gotten busier, but hey a little stop by with a nice tale to tell amongst friends? Who can turn that done.
I hope to have more stories down the road, and maybe even you have a chance to check mine too.
Thanks for all that you've done here and what you will do in the future.
| nekoken chapter 13 . 7/6/2010
Great story had me a little tweaked when in the begging thinking Kim was going to dump Ron for some other guy lol. but it was a nice way to draw me in at the begging instead of having them all be lovey.
| DDMM chapter 13 . 8/4/2009
damn i would have liked to give a review for every single chapter but i would only have said awesome 13 times i've read like 8 stories from you one after one and i never get bore because sometime with the same author things start just to get repetitive but i find every story the plot, the sitch, the jokes ) ! orignal and fresh
Very sad about wade, kim and ron take it pretty good thou. Glad for yori. Funny thing with bonie and wally especially the last part very funny ). Also i find senseis situation strange i mean i realy enjoy the idea but i think it doesnt fit senseis character he is supose to be a wise man who do things for good but the way he end bout stealing, disaproving ron and insulting kim at the very end without correct himself or his sickness is suppose to escuse him for what he did
hope i didnt say to much at the end for those who havent read im just curious
| Valorous chapter 13 . 7/16/2009
I just got into KP fanfic and your compositions are my first and I have to say I love it! Though I have to ask the relevance of the very first scene where Kim says she hasn't been looking for a new relationship but met someone from Foody Faire she fell in love with and had to tell Ron. I will be reading more of your stories and would no doubt be reviewing them along the way. Thanks!
| A Voice in the Desert chapter 13 . 1/30/2009
Well, to start with I wanted to say that this is the first KP story that I have the chance to review as I have spent most of my time reading and writing in the Avatar: the Last Airbender fandom, and to be perfectly honest, I was very impressed.
I hadn't watched this show in a while so it took me a couple chapters to remember everything (the phrases, some of the small details of the character's personalities), but as I read on over the past few days, it all more or less came back.
Your story captured the characters very well and I enjoyed reading about their adventures (or misadventures) and loved how you tied in characters such as Mr. Barkin, Sensei, and Phin even when they usually didn't play a prominant role in Kim's missions.
The twists and turns of the plot were great and while Sensei's actions confused me for a while, I understood in the end. You have a great way of explaining things, especially Kim and Ron's relationship and their specific thoughts/way of thinking.
Anyway, I really enjoyed the story and am probably going to continue on read more of what you got. )
| kp83 chapter 13 . 10/15/2008
I liked a lot about this story. Ron and Kim learn that it takes a lot to maintain their relationship and it is the stronger for it! I also like the other relationships that you presented. Let start with Phin and Shego. Shego is my favorite villain of the series and I love to see when something good happens to her. They seems to be so well matched and have a lot of things in common, Plus, they are so cute together! Now on to Will and Yori. I was happy to see that Yori found someone that is better suited for her than Hirotaka. He was too much of a player and Will seems to be a more a one woman kind of man. Ok, now on to Mrs. S and Mr. B. I found it hilarious that Mr. Barkin could end up being Ron’s step dad and Kim's future Father-in-Law! Too funny!
I also want to touch on Drakken and Shego. Shego is not as heartless as some make her out to be and I liked that you showed that she still cares for her friend even if he is crazy and committed. That scene where she visited him was very touching!
I have to say that the saddest part about the whole story was Sensei. I know that he wasn’t him self at the end because of his condition, but I think that you put a positive spin on his situation because so many good things came of it. It was bittersweet.
For the last bit, I wanted to comment on the Bonnie and Wally story line. I can see those two together because they are so much alike in the opinion that they have of themselves and the world. If I had one thing to say about the story that could be criticism (hopefully you see it as constructive and not negative), it would be their place in this story, the plot seemed incomplete, last we saw they were making plans with the guards to retake the country and that was it, we never found out the result. I’m assuming that you will continue in it in your next story of this series, but I was still wondering at the end of this story what was going on with Bonnie and Wally. I don’t know maybe if there was a little something at the end that indicated what happened or a blurb that stated it will be continued in a later story would help the reader and they wouldn’t be left wondering ‘what happened’.
Anyway, enough from me, I loved this story and really I found it very entertaining! Thanks so much!
| Michael Howard chapter 13 . 10/3/2008
The Ninja Lunch Lady and (wow!) What was I saying before about putting the domino pieces in unexpected, and yet completely logical, combinations?
That sense of playful surprise is a hallmark of your work, and one of the many reasons that your stories always satify the reader.
| Michael Howard chapter 11 . 10/3/2008
Okay, first off, KP so does not (spoiler alert), except, you know, when she's really, really tired. Both scenes of longstanding partnerships breaking up were handled were quite effectively, and then at the end, a very intriguing potential pairing. You are like a domnino master, with a finite collection of pieces to play with - and an infinite imagination for combining said pieces in the most thought provoking combinations.
| Michael Howard chapter 10 . 10/3/2008
No action, muted humor, and wonderfully depicted sentiment. Excellent job with this one.
| Michael Howard chapter 9 . 10/3/2008
Another excellent installment here, with the description of the Supreme Monkey Master power assumption being particularly well done.
But I'm confused. I believe I understood the Hikaru reference in Chapter Eight (being a huge Space Passage fan and all). However in this chapter Sensei is called Hideki-sama. What am I missing here?
| Michael Howard chapter 8 . 10/3/2008
Meat cakes, synchronized forehead slapping, and unconscious scooting... were only a few of the many, many highlights here. Terrifically entertaining installment to the series.
| RonHeartbreaker chapter 13 . 9/28/2008
Faux/Foe - good one!
A nice ending to an enjoyable tale. K/R sweetness, introduction of critical S4 developments such as the Sloth and Martin Smarty, and even a girlfriend for Will Du! My goodness, you did tie everything up with a nice little bow.
Thanks for the ride, and I'll always be reading along with your other stories as they develop. Will there be an ES:II? Seems like you've got your hands full with SNTEOTW - which would be enough for me.
| RonHeartbreaker chapter 11 . 9/28/2008
I read the last chapters weeks ago but never got around to reviewing. Some great moments in here: Barkin's enthusiasm about walking down the mountain. Kim snoring. And mixed in among the humor: heartfelt moments of introspection and maturation. In rereading the chapters now I recall the melancholy that came over me beginning with Chapter 11, because it was quite clear that you were wrapping up. The Shego-Drakken conversation in particular made it most evident that you were tying up loose ends. That didn't make it any less poignant, with the trademark MrDrP blend of canon insertions (Mr. Cuddlesworth), fun times, and emotion. Really well done, there.