Author has written 200 stories for Batman, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Star Wars, and Dracula.
I love villains. I love defending their points of view. I love making them into heroes, although not in the usual sense. I love them being bad to bone, but somehow still compelling. And I love evil love. You can't foil a plan that's built on it, after all.
I've published three books in a series of novels all about Count Dracula, called "The Immortal Dragon Series," as M. H. Bryan. The first three books, "Son of the Dragon," "Wrath of the Dragon," and "Heart of the Dragon" are available for Kindle and on Paperback. Look for them on Amazon in your region, or visit my website: www[dot]mhbryanauthor[dot]com
I just want to add a huge thank you to all my followers and anyone who's reviewed. You are all fantastic people, and I truly appreciate the support! :-)
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Just because everyone keeps asking, my Joker as I write him is always Mark Hamill, and my Harley is always Arleen Sorkin. No disrespect to other interpretations of the characters, but for me, they are the one and only versions :-)
For people who have asked about my ratings system, I rate all my Fanfics M because the guidelines on this site describes an M rating as:
"Not suitable for children or teens below the age of 16 with non-explicit suggestive adult themes, references to some violence, or coarse language. Fiction M can contain adult language, themes and suggestions. Detailed descriptions of physical interaction of sexual or violent nature is considered Fiction MA."
I usually write non-explicit yet suggestive dialogue/themes, some violence, and occasional coarse language, so to me, that's the suitable rating for what I write. Smut or excessive violence should be rated MA, which is banned on this site, and which I do not write on this site. If you want smut and excessive violence, read my Dracula books! ;-) I don't agree with all the criteria necessarily, or the age at which they think that kind of stuff is appropriate, but I'm just trying to follow the rules :-)