Author has written 16 stories for Naruto, Kingdom Hearts, Tokyo Mew Mew, Wrestling, Pokémon, Twisted Metal, and Crash Bandicoot.
I want to seriously apologize for how long it's been taking me to update my fanfiction. I am at that point in my life where I have to focus on other more important aspects of my life. I appreciate those who are patient and I promise to update my fanfiction as soon as I can!
Hello, you can call me "MisterAnimeFan." I was formerly known as "narutofreak14," but seeing as how I haven't seen the show or written a Naruto fanfic in years, I decided to change it to something more fitting.
As one can tell by my earlier fanfiction, I am an amusement park enthusiast. While I mostly keep up with the Disney theme parks, I still occasionally pay my respects for the other parks from around the world. My two favorite roller coasters at the Disneyland Resort are Space Mountain and California Screamin'. Those two rides are what got me into amusement parks in the first place. Space Mountain was my first true roller coaster ride and is what got me interested in roller coasters. California Screamin' only cemented it in further.
I am also a big professional wrestling fan...or at least I used to be. I used to watch the WWE since Judgment Day of 2002. I've been watching regularly up until WrestleMania 22, where I started to lose interest after the WWE exploited Eddie Guerrero's death. I got back into WWE around 2007, but nowadays, I can't stand to watch it. There's hardly any life or fun in WWE or TNA and it's just a chore to sit through either. Still, I'll always have the memories of when the product was entertaining.
I also play video games as well. It all started when I was around three-to-four years old, I went to my cousin's birthday party. We went into a room, and I saw her playing Sonic the Hedgehog on the Sega Genesis. This was my first encounter with a video game of any sort. Of course, me being so young and not knowing what a video game was, I horribly sucked at it (I'm much better at Sonic today). And throughout the years, I would go to my friend's house or cousin's house and see them playing either the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo. It was fun, but I never grasped the concept of video games. Then in 1998 (when all the next generation consoles were released), my dad goes into my room and sets up a PlayStation in front of my T.V. He put in "A Bug's Life" and handed me the controller. And the rest, they say, is history! My favorite genres are JRPG, action-platformers, and racing.
I also love anime. I began watching anime back in the late 1990's when Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh! were the big hits. It wasn't until 2005 when I joined my high school's anime club that I was exposed to an entirely different world of anime. The stories, art style, and different culture of anime fascinated me and I began seeking out more anime, like the ones you see below. I'll admit that my tastes in anime are varied, but I try to give mostly everything a chance. My favorite anime currently is Soul Eater with my favorite anime movie being Kiki's Delivery Service.
So that's just a little something about me. If you want to learn a few more things about me, feel free to ask me.
As you can see below, I've been writing fanfiction since 2006. Keep in mind, I wrote a lot of these fanfics when I was in high school, so a lot of these fanfics...well, suck. A lot of them have awful writing, characters acting OOC, poor spelling and grammar in some places, storylines that go nowhere, storylines that go all over the place, etc. Admittedly, I'm ashamed with some of the stuff I wrote and I can't stand to read them. Honestly, if I had the time to rewrite some of them I would. Out of the fanfics down below, maybe only three of them I'm actually happy with how they're turning out.
Still, the ones I'm not happy with will stay up simply because I'm not big on deleting stories (especially those that I've worked on for a while) and hey, maybe some of you guys might like my earlier stuff. I do plan on re-writing some of them, but I rather concentrate on my newer stuff for now.