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Author has written 33 stories for Card Captor Sakura, Naruto, Ranma, DC Superheroes, Transformers, Marvel, Harry Potter, Spider-Man, Avengers, Airwolf, NCIS, X-overs, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Dexter, Star Wars, Slayers, Bleach, Worm, Anime X-overs, Gundam Wing/AC, Evangelion, Negima! Magister Negi Magi/魔法先生ネギま！, Inglourious Basterds, Ironman, Thor, Misc. Movies, Robotech/Macross, Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, and Avengers.
Real Name: You don't need to know that.
Occupation: Or that either.
Martial Status: That's classified.
Sex: Hopefully soon.
I have a wide range of interests including comics, manga, anime, science fiction and mystery books. And in my few moments of spare time, I also write. Most of my stuff is on Anime Addventures under the screen name Mike! I've been planning on rewriting and updating some of those episodes and post it somewhere and eventually I chose to do so here. I also have some new stuff as well that can only be found here. Be warned here and now, most of my stuff is crossovers.
While FF does note which series I have written about above; in a few cases, some of my writings are multi-crossovers which means the list isn't complete, so I thought I just better add:
Ani-Mayhem!: Negima! Magister Negi Magi, Sgt. Frog, All Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku; along with Marvel Comics' very own Iron Man, Ms. Marvel, and the Avengers; plus brief mentions of Ogon Bat, Devilman, Mai the Psychic Girl, Sailor Moon, Ranma 1/2, and Case Closed.
The Books of Magic: Mainly consists of Card Captor Sakura, Sailor Moon, Bastard!!, The Slayers!, Oh My Goddess! so far; with brief cameos and mentions of Tenchi Muyo!, Hellboy, H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos, El Hazard: The Magnificent World, and Gamera. In addition, the whole concept owes a tip of the hat to DC Comics' Vertigo: The Books of Magic.
The Chronicles of the Technomancer: Harry Potter series along with characters drawn from Ranma 1/2, Oh My Goddess!, Digimon: Digital Monsters, MAR: Marchen Awakens Romance, Tenchi Muyo! along with some definite inspiration from Marvel Comics' Exiles.
Halloween Universal: Buffy the Vampire Slayer with Robotech, Star Wars, Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space 9, Star Trek: Voyager, Battlestar Galactica, the A-Team, the Lethal Weapon Franchise, Irresponsible Captain Tylor, The Dirty Pair, and Tom Clancy's The Hunt for Red October.
Return to Nerima: Ranma 1/2 with characters from Tenchi Muyo!, Capcom's Street Fighter, Negima! Magister Negi Magi, Love Hina, and Urusei Yatsura.
Schlock Mercenary; one of the best darn web comics out there. It's not only free but also updates daily! I check it out regularly. The beginning comics are bit on the crude side in terms of art, but the humor more than makes up for it. The artist has improved considerably over the years as well so now, the art is fairly decent as well.
Girl Genius Online; written and drawn by Phil Foglio, this series is also pretty good and interesting. It's also free but doesn't update quite so frequently; about three times a week, but what the heck are you complaining about? It's free! Oh and it's not related at all to my story with the same title at all. In case you were wondering, when I titled my story I wasn't aware of the existence of this webcomic at all.
Deviant Art: Batman & Sons; written and drawn by The-BlackCat, you have to be a comic book fan or at least know enough about the DC Comics to understand some of the humor. This is a funny series of strips of Batman "raising" a dysfunctional family composing of his Robins (Dick Grayson, Jason Todd, and Tim Drake) along with Baby Terry McGinnis from Batman Beyond! Unfortunately it doesn't update quite as often as the others, but it's still some of the funniest and cutest stuff that I have read.
Adrian Tullberg (190)
Aer-ki Jyr (30)
Airheaded dude (24)
Aragon Potter (7)
Arthur Hansen (75)
DB Sommer (119)
Freedom Guard (46)
Hung Nguyen (15)
Meinos Kaen (48)
Michael Weyer (109)
Perfect Lionheart (14)
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