Author has written 42 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, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei, and God of War.
Okay, before anything else, if you haven't been to see 'Incredibles 2', I implore you, don't. Just don't bother. It is not worth your time, and if this is what passes for sequels nowadays, then I shudder to think what they'll do to 'Wreck-It Ralph 2'. Blech. Cheap plot that would barely suffice for a Saturday Morning Cartoon show with absolutely zero character development. And they'll still probably give it the Oscar. BLECH! Save your money for 'Ant-Man and Wasp'. That's all I want to say.
Now that that's taken care of, let's talk turkey. I've been pining for years to make a chapter in 'Friends in Low Places' that features Marguerite, that slinky spirited side support from way back in the Amazon Lily arc. However, she had never been off the island, where men coincidentally are not permitted. And she wasn't a member of the Kuja Pirates 'til after meeting Luffy. So the question arose: who exactly could Tomas pit her against? Nothing ever seemed to make sense. Who would dare risk the wrath of the Pirate Empress, and what would even bring them to Amazon Lily to begin with? The answer never came to me.
Until now, that is. Thanks to the Whole Cake Island arc (which restored 'One Piece' to glories not seen since Punk Hazard), I finally find a worthy and wonderful opponent for Marguerite who could both challenge her and had a responsibility that made travel to the island feasible. They also happen to be my absolute favorite of the Charlotte Family, perhaps because of the resemblance to Black Dahlia from 'Skullgirls'. Well, whatever the reason, Tomas is tickled to bring you this latest addition to my stories. Oh, and 15 Tomas Points to anyone who can pinpoint the flick that inspired the exchanges between Randolph and his crane! Comedy, it never fails!
So having now seen 'Deadpool 2' twice, I am certain it was not as good as the original. But that doesn't matter, because I still had a blast with it! Only people who have read '25 Worst Drawings by Rob Liefeld' can fully appreciate the shots they fired in that flick. Lookin' at you, Shatterstar, ya goofy cross between Longshot and Logan! Domino was a kick, and now we finally know what her mutant power is! Never could figure that out just by looking at her... or reading about her... and we never talked about her, so perhaps it's for the best. That ending just kills. Though would it really have cost them much to include a parting shot? Y'know, something like parodying the end of 'Masters of the Universe' with Deadpool popping up from a bubbling red pool and going, "I'll be back!" Some of us would have paid ten times the price of a ticket to see that. C'est la vie, I guess.
Guess that's all for now. We wish you joy in your readings and success in your prospects. And if you haven't caught the Bollywood epic 'Bahubali', be sure to check it out. Saw it on the plane, and let me tell you, that was a singing sword-swinging romp! Need more films like that, even if they are 5 hours long. Tomas out!
One last thing: now that the Ruler of the One Piece World has appeared, things are bound to get more interesting. So Tomas is making a small but powerful prediction:
1. Im-sama is a woman, and she is gunning for Vivi!
Honesty is the best policy.