Author has written 41 stories for Teen Titans, Batman, Legacy of Kain, Bleach, Haruhi Suzumiya series, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Teen Titans, Avatar: Last Airbender, Code Geass, Death Note, Tinkerbell, 30 Rock, One Piece, Marvel 1602, Zorro, Liar Game, Soul Eater, Good Wife, Pandora Hearts, Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Rurouni Kenshin, Gunslinger Girl, Archenemy and Hero/魔王勇者, Transformers/Beast Wars, Sleepy Hollow, Monster Hunter, Avengers, From the New World/新世界より, Kuroshitsuji, Skullgirls, Star Wars Rebels, Legend of Zelda, Agent Carter, Kung Fu Panda, Star Wars, Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei, and God of War.
You know, I wasn't quite sure where to post this latest fic. It's a 'Star Wars' story featuring that lovable criminal archaeologist Dr. Aphra, yet there doesn't seem to be a way to select her as an official character in any of the various media which that title comprises on this site. Perhaps she's not well-known enough? That smacks of travesty, because Aphra's character was one of the best things to come out of the 'Vader Rising' series, and that comic was jam-packed full of excellent material. I'm not even going to mention 0-0-0 and BT-1. That's for those of you in the know to know and enjoy.
So we're about two weeks away from 'Avengers: Infinity War'. Who's jazzed to see Thanos take center stage? The Mad Titan will finally get the big-screen adaptation he deserves! Marvel has definitely out-classed DC in terms of live-action movies. But as we all know, DC retains its title as king of animated features! Who can forget 'Batman: Mask of the Phantasm'? And now we have 'Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay' rounding out the list. Having not watched all the movies that came before it, I can't speak to how this particular title compares with its predecessors. But it certainly kept me entertained. Who knew Professor Zoom could be such an effective and creepy villain, even when short a few pounds of flesh? Harley Quinn's inclusion seemed entirely for comic relief, and she couldn't even get that right. Seems they did bring something over from the live-action version after all. Still, credit where credit is due. This was a fun story that dealt with mature themes and handled them beautifully.
Season 3 of 'Star vs. the Forces of Evil' has ended, and Eclipsa did not disappoint. As for everybody else... well, let me put it this way: those last two episodes had nearly as much unnecessary material as the season opener. It seemed designed primarily to waste time and pad out the episodes. Although, with lines like Sir Muscleton's to keep us amused, some small allowances can be made. Tomas will continue to watch the show, though we certainly hope for better in the future.
Tomorrow 'Rampage' premiers in theaters. I must see it. All those quarters spent in arcades will not permit otherwise. Tomas will simply hope for the best. Wow... I'm going to a lot of movies this year! Probably more than I have in the last decade. Guess life is trying to make up a few things to me. Thanks, life! You're the best! Pleasant dreams.
Waddaya know? I actually got one more correct prediction in before the end, along with my first officially wrong ones. My list of 'One Piece' predictions, which will be taken down at the end of the Whole Cake Island arc:
Honesty is the best policy.