Author has written 1 story for Metroid, and Ed, Edd n Eddy.
Metroid Prime 4 announcement is so good, though.
In case anyone was curious, I really cannot see a continuation of the Metroid Ed series beyond the planned trilogy. Will definitely enjoy the game, of course!
Anyway. That chapter I've been on-and-off working on for seven years is mostly done. Thought I'd keep people apprised.
I checked my inbox and I'm still getting inquiries regarding The Ed Hunters.
This is so flattering. Thank you to those who still try to keep in touch.
It's also a good incentive to actually write the thing.
Update! (1-14-2015) - I AM STILL ALIVE. I AM NOT CRAZY.
The Ed Hunters progresses. But I need more coffee.
Thought you guys would want to know.
Pay no attention to the man who swears he writes until he actually updates his story. Everything else is an excuse for his procrastination.
First written in '05 and rebooted in '07, the Metroid Ed Trilogy has claimed more of my written words than any other project. Which is damn sad. I update in starts and fits, and new chapters can appear anywhere from two weeks to four years after the previous one. In short: I take my time. This project blends the marvelous characters of Ed, Edd n Eddy with the setting, central conflicts, and atmospheres of Retro Studios' Metroid Prime Trilogy. Weird idea, for sure.
But check it out. There is a reason I've devoted nine years of my life to this godforsaken project.
Metroid Prime: The Ed Hunters is story numero uno. It's pretty rad. Primes 2 and 3 will follow suit. I have cool subtitles for those stories, too. I'd totally drop them for you guys right here if Prime 2's didn't spoil everything and I do mean everything (although I will confirm that it is decidedly not Ed-choes, you clowns). It's a trilogy which aims to blend the best of both worlds into this smoothie that gives you this monster headache if you drink it too fast. And as with smoothies, it's all about patience.