Author has written 61 stories for Kirby, Codename: Kids Next Door, Half-Life, Witch Hunter Robin, Ever 17, Last Exile, Fable, Naruto, Justice League, Harry Potter, Bone, Book of Eli, Young Justice, Hunger Games, Gunnerkrigg Court, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, Person of Interest, NCIS, Burn Notice, X-Men: The Movie, Myst/Riven, 30 Rock, Hugo, Criminal Minds, Discworld, Hobbit, Steins;Gate/シュタインズ ゲート, Lord of the Rings, Justified, Stargate: Atlantis, Ironman, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Covert Affairs, Castle, House, M.D., Taken, Phineas and Ferb, Adventure Time with Finn and Jake, Dollhouse, Full Metal Panic, Avengers, X-Com, Shadowrun, Warhammer, Ender's Game series, Blue Bloods, Sherlock, Dishonored, Mass Effect, Blacklist, Agent Carter, and One Punch Man/ワンパンマン.
My name is actually a mistake. It's supposed to be a fat noble thane in Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe. Problem is, his name is actually "Athalstane." I only heard Ivanhoe on audiobook, so I had no idea when I started this account. But it's still a cool name, so I've kept it. I use it everywhere, in fact, so if you run into an Afalstein on another site, it's probably me. The pen name I use for published writing is Afalstein JD Kloosterman--you may have bumped into a few of my short stories, and I've got a steampunk novel I'm hoping to release before too much longer.
I've been writing fanfic for quite a while, and I don't tend to fixate on any one fandom. I do tend to focus on crossovers, but there's not any particular one they focus on. I probably have the most written for Agents of SHIELD, but that was part of a mega-series I was doing for a while. My most popular story is "Connecting the Dots," a DC/Naruto crossover, but while that was fun, it's nearly the only story I've written for either fandom. And it was also so long and complex that I doubt I'll ever do anything like it again. I have a soft spot for Person of Interest.
Like most of you, I'm plagued with too many story ideas. I doubt I'll ever actually write half of them, and because (like most of you) I've also experienced writers block and know how terrifying that can be, I've started posting my abandoned story concepts that I've lost interest in on my blog, "Roads not Taken" Currently, what's up there is a series of drabbles I wrote based on the following challenge, which I pitched to a number of people but no one ever really took up. If anyone wants to adopt it--or any of the other abandoned drafts on my blog--be my guest.
Marvel/Naruto Crossover: Section 11
The Marvel heroes (X-men or Avengers) run across the top-secret Japanese military branch Section 11, code-named Konoha. This section can either be a black-ops prison setup, like Colonel Wraith's facility for mutants, or a simple SHIELD setup where heroes hide out from the judgmental multitude. If you'd rather, you can skip the government idea and make "Konoha" a self-sustaining community hidden underground.
These are no longer ninjas, they're mutants/heroes. Naruto can still be a demon host (they have those in the Marvel Universe), but the Kyuubi is just a demon. Ino is a straight-up telepath. Neji and Hinata just have wierd vision and the ability to target internal organs. Gaara controls sand. No chakra is involved.
Characters: Anyone outside of Lee and Tenten (the normals) can be in this team. (If you really want Lee and Tenten in the story, they should be outside Vigilantes... the Batman and Punisher of Japan.) The leader can be Kakashi, Danzou, or Sarutobi. If you go with the independent community, it can even be Naruto. Anyone from the Marvel Universe can be involved, though because this IS a government thing, SHIELD should probably be involved at some point. Lady Deathstrike, Silver Samurai, Ronin, and Iron Fist are all good characters from Asia who could be used.
Pairings: Anything but Yaoi. I prefer NaruHina but I'm flexible.
Connect Sarutobi with Aramaki, the leader of Section 9 from the Ghost in the Shell series (they're twins. I swear).
Sakura is somehow part of the Japanese government's plan to reproduce the Hulk... or at least Dr. Samson. Her power is related to her hair.
Naruto or Sasuke is involved with Apocalypse.
Neji and Hinata are Twins, not cousins.
Wolverine was at one point part of Section 11. Just because Wolverine has worked for every government and doesn't remember it at all.
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