Author has written 2 stories for Teen Titans.
I must confess, I am swamped with my job, and have been quiet on this site, for a long number of months. I know that all of you faithful readers out there, are dying to uncover what is to happen in my story. I am doing everything I can, to post as quickly as I can but, life as we all know, well it can be a pain in the neck. I am planning on finishing Inner Demons, but again with the gigantic size of the updates, you have to see from my perspective, at how consuming it can be on one person, where as my helpers, well, they too have troubles of their own to deal with.
I don't want to give up on the telling, or on myself, dropping the story now, it would just be a giant slap to all of your pretty faces, (as well as my own pride), and I don't like to hurt the people I care about. People who have taken the time to read into my work, and even submit a review about it. You guys and gals have been so grateful with your waiting, and so kind in your reviews, it would be a horrible crime to abandon the telling where it is, when in reality, it is still only getting started.
So please, I ask that you hold fast as best that you can, where I know others would just walk away, yet I refuse to do so. As long as I wake and breathe each and every day, there is this giant nagging feeling in the back of my mind, telling me always, that I have to finish this. I have to do justice to you fans and readers. So to sum things up, I am doing everything in my powers, as a simple human being, trying to make an honest dollar and way in this tough world, where what started as a simple side project of fun, that combined two passions of mine, the Teen Titans, and writing; I now see it as something that I had never even considered before.
I will not beg but simply state the obvious fact. Life is hard, and some of the greatest things worth having, are obtained through a tough journey, where a person learns more about themselves in the process.
Hello to one and all,
I'm in the prime of my youth, and yes, I AM MALE! Damned proud of it too.
"You thought we could be decent men, in an indecent time! Well, we were wrong. The real world is cruel, and the only justice in a cruel world, is chance. Unbiased, unprejudiced ... fair." Two-Face from Batman The Dark Knight. Harvey Dent is awesome, and he will always be my favorite arch villain, to Gotham's greatest hero.
Now, you are probably asking why would anyone call themselves, The Mighty One? In truth, I don't believe myself to be all too powerful, in much of anything, but I do know to be a helpful friend when others turn away, I bring smiles when there are rainy days, I bring laughter when there is only silence, and I stay true to my word. When I first created this name for the account, the only thing I could focus on, was of my dog.
Use this link to see Falcon from Inner Demons. To sum this giant part up, for those of you, who are new to my profile, or are currently reading one of my stories, and thought on uncovering a bit more of the author, behind those works; well here I am.
Perhaps you're coming here could also be from some tiny speck of interest, or for no real reason at all; or if you just happen to be clicking on random profiles late at night or in the daytime, then you started going into the profiles of other people's profiles that they had friend-ed, and somehow ... you ended up on my lengthy introduction, on who I am for all the world to see. Well, whatever the reason, you are here; and for that alone, I thank you for stopping on by. ;-)
Okay, if you just wanted to see what got me started, into this whole big spiral of enjoyment in writing on this site; let me explain. Yes, to sum it all up, Falcon (The Original Character from my first story on FanFiction, being INNER DEMONS) was heavily on my brain. Not only that, but Teen Titan's was coming to a close on Cartoon Network, for reshowing of all five seasons, to make room for new shows.
Essentially, Falcon is a character for a possible Teen Titans sixth season, following the movie Trouble In Tokyo; that could have been if only I were on the writing staff, or if I were a comic book creator, to pitch my views for the DC Universe. Alas, that never happened but still, my imagination is near endless and FanFiction allowed me to try something ... well close to that goal I suppose.
Scififanfreak222 is a very dear friend of mine, who I met months after crafting my first story out. She was so generous, to pitch other plot-twists upon my first telling, that it got me to thinking on altering some of the different conclusions, that I originally had planned. Scifi drew out, and then posted her AMAZING work, of the pure essence on what I was hoping Falcon, would truly look like. Go to this site that I listed above, where you can see the Necromancer for yourselves.
Place of Origin: America. That should suffice I think.
Stick shift/ Manual: or Automatic: I know how to drive an automatic, and manual shift vehicles. The car I first learned how to drive on was an automatic, but I really wanted to learn the basics of a stick shift. So yes, I can drive both. (I did buck a number of times, before I got the concept of it though, everyone does.) I feel that I can cross that one off my bucket list.
Favorite Motto: "You are only lost, if you give up on yourself." Hans-Ulrich Rudel, he was a most famous World War II German Stuka Dive Bomber pilot. He was the most decorated pilot of this war, The Eagle of the East was his nickname, and Rudel was a commander of his own squadron. He flew 3,500 combat missions, and remains unbeaten in all times, and of all nations. Most of his victories were against ground forces, and in low level attacks with high fire against him. Han-Ulrich Rudel destroyed a staggering 519 Soviet tanks, with 17 in a single day! In addition to this accomplishment as a Junker 87 Stuka pilot with the screaming sirens on the tires, he sank one battleship, one battle cruiser, one destroyer, 70 landing craft, 11 confirmed aircraft, plus hundreds of motor vehicles, numerous anti-tank, and anti-air positions; as well as armored convoys and bridges. On top of this amazing feat, 12 comrades and six Stuka crew members were saved by him from either capture or death. When he tried to rescue another crash landed crew, from Russian territory in 1944, he was captured and taken prisoner. He escaped and fled with a bullet in his shoulder, covering fifty kilometers through heavy Russian defenses, to reach the safety of the German lines. His plane was shot 30 times by ground fire, never once by a fighter plane; wounded five times this intrepid pilot took a direct hit in the right leg, where the wound cost part of the leg. Barely six weeks later and against orders not to, he was back flying in combat, and would continue to do so until the very last days of the war. He passed away in 1982 and is the outstanding combat pilot of all time!
-Boston Red Sox. (Baseball) Rock on Tim Wakefield! The Great Number 8, Carl Yastrzemski will always be my favorite though. With #49 the superb Knuckleballer now retired, Dustin Pedrioa is my new idol. He may be small, be he sure can swing that bat!
-Chicago Cubs. (Baseball) Although they did battle the Boston Red Sox, for the World Series a few times, and Boston won. Still, these two are the oldest teams in the sport. I hope the cubbies, can break their hundred, some odd year old curse. I cannot stand the White Sox, such an arrogant group like the Yankees, but at least the Cubs won their World Series without cheating. You cannot say the same, about those terrible White Sox. :-P
-Boston Bruins. (Hockey)
-Hartford Whalers. (Hockey) They disbanded to South Carolina years ago, after leaving the Nutmeg State. They are back now, but are a double A team, kind of like a minor league group for baseball, and it doesn't carry a big fan-base.
-Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Falcons, and Baltimore Ravens. (American Football)
Favorite Villains of all time:
1.) Agent Smith. From the Matrix Franchise. Come on, he's like the perfect villain all in one. A computer virus, he cannot be stopped or destroyed. Well, there was that one time in the first movie, but the clone copies of himself, that he made in The Matrix Reloaded movie was pretty damned cool. The ending fight between him an Neo in the final showdown, it was nothing less of epic. "Mr. Anderson, welcome back. We've missed you." Ahhh, Hugo Weaving.
2.) Deathstroke The Terminator (aka) Slade Wilson. He is The Teen Titan's, The Justice League Of America, and Batman's deadliest adversary. Ron Perlman was cast perfectly, for the Teen Titans show! On the CW show Arrow, the actor they had portray him, was pretty good too, although his back-story here was off-key from the comics. Still a decent adaptation. Where in the Arkham Origins video game for the X-Box 360, and PlayStation 3, he was one of the hardest assassins to face off against. Make no mistake, Slade is a skilled mercenary for hire, and for any target in his sights, they better watch out.
3.) Two-Face (aka) Harvey Dent. Well, he's up there for me. The entire back-story, to how he went from Gotham's White Knight, then to becoming a twisted and maniacal villain, following a horrible accident, it is just so fascinating and tragic. Aaron Eckhart did Richard Moll proud, he really got that gravelly voice, and coin flipping going as Two-Face.
4.) The Joker: Need I say more? Mark Hamill was yes, Luke Skywalker but also the voice over for this guy. The only reason he's down here, well, this is my list so that's why. X-D
5.) Joe Pesci. Who doesn't like his Italian American bravado, in his great gangster films like Goodfellas; or his simple blundering burglar role in Home Alone? As a comical villain, how can you not chuckle, when you see the guy walk onto the screen? Like the great George Carlin said; "You know who I pray to? Joe Pesci.Two reasons, first of all he's a good actor. Secondly, he looks like a guy who can get things done. He doesn't f*ck around." So true.
6.) Darth Vader. The prequels ruined him forever, what a travesty! So he gets bumped down all the way. If you ONLY consider the original saga of episodes; 4 A New Hope, episode 5 The Empire Strikes Back, and episode 6 Return Of The Jedi; these were the good Star Wars movies that he's in. Darth Vader was actually going to be at the number one spot, at the top because of these wonderful films, but then I remembered the prequels, and the other versions that George Lucas made, and then the things this once great director (now a truly looney guy) said about him, and the entire back-story he had where, these things made this once awe inspiring, and truly epic of all-time bad-guys, into a not so tragic fallen hero, but a stupid crybaby. In truth, Vader was a powerful contender for baddest villain of all time, but with the prequels ... it makes him get bumped down to, well, here. He's lucky that he's even on the list. I used to idolize him as a kid, where I still use some of his captivating phrases to this day, but, I will always feel pain in knowing what the prequels made Vader's back-story to be. All I wanted to do, when I watched episodes I, II, and III; was to just gouge my very eyes out of my skull, with a rusty spoon!
Take into account the re-vamped, or re-revamped garbage that made Han Solo shoot Gredo second at the bar; and the cut-out scenes that were overall pointless anyway. Lucas even took out David Prowse ghost, and put in Hayden Christensen, as the spirit Luke saw. IF you enjoyed the prequels, than you are one of two things.
(1) You are really, super young. You Must be under the age of six, and you do not seem to understand what made Star Wars great at all. Much to learn about the world, have you.
(2) You are truly, very stupid, possibly even brain dead to enjoy eating the pig slop, that Lucas gave to us the fans. Everything about the prequels ruined the original saga, it destroyed what this universe stands for! Go to Red Letter Media.com; Mr. Plinkett's reviews will open your eyes to the crap that the Star Wars franchise has unfortunately become. Still don't believe me, then why did you pay to see Jar Jar in 3D? Who's the idiot now? *looks at you with a frown*
If you still like the prequels, after watching Red Letter Media on YouTube, and you still don't believe me, then there is something clearly wrong with you. It is not derogatory, or my belief, it just is a simple fact! The Star Wars prequels are the biggest load of dog turd, in the entire universe of films. Ever.
If you thought that Teen Titans on Cartoon Network was a bad idea, and a show meant for little kids, well, at least in this world; the characters actually make you feel something for them, you care about the relationships they form and break with each-other, the animation was colorful and stylish on its own regard, harkening back to the Animated Series of Batman, or the New Batman Superman Adventures I used to watch on Saturday Mornings, with my brother. But above all things, there were some very powerful moments, plus there was intense action that carried a purpose, to what the heroes we enjoyed so much, were fighting for. It was through the tireless efforts of the producers, the brilliant voice actors, the sound mixers, directors, and artists which all contributed and made this show come alive, and they all stayed really close to the comics. Can you say any of these things, or at least one single thing of pride, about the prequels to Star Wars?
Everybody in the prequels to Star Wars, was a cardboard cut out, and George even went away, from what made his first saga so great. There is no emotion, no love or tension, nothing but a dull back-story that I never understand why anybody even fights each-other; except that the bad-guy has a red lightsaber, so the other people use green and blue lightsabers. The Jedi are horrible adaptations, to what they should have been, going against the very foundation to their core principles, as we had been led to believe, from the older saga, from the wise wisdom of Ben Kenobie. The Sith were not interesting, at all, and the worst thing about this mess, is that George Lucas became the very thing which, he was so set against, as a film director from the pre-1990's. The Star Wars Prequels are pathetic, a gimmick if you ask me, where even the back story to Vader was turned into cat piss. I rest my case; if you like the prequels you are either a really young child, or you do not seem to care about the actual meaning to Star Wars.
Favorite Heroes of all time:
1.) Batman (aka) Bruce Wayne. Without this guy, DC comics would just not be the same. (The title stands for Detective Comics anyway.) Created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane. If you don't know who Bill Finger is, look him up! It will open your eyes, and give you a much deeper appreciation, for everything about the unspoken creators, who are not fully credited with their work. It also brings to light countless interesting facts, on the real back-story to the mythology of Gotham City, of DC comics as well as this industry as a whole, and on Bruce Wayne (a.k.a) The Dark Knight.
I prefer Batman over Superman because Bruce is from Earth after all, and he's not a space alien that can defy the laws of gravity. He uses his wits about him, to overcome evildoers. My dad likes Superman, but I prefer the bat due to his detective skills, and putting the pieces together. Clark Kent has one too many things going for him, making me see him as a superhero, but it kind of looses my interest, because his only weaknesses are Kryptonite or magic. The Dark Knight's character in the comics is truly believable, it also shows if you have an unlimited amount of resources and money, you can do just about anything. Batman is able to do remarkable things, he is considered one of the greatest detectives of all time, and he has some really cool gadgets. True, he's a multi-billion dollar playboy that can afford to be a watchful protector. But still, he's the Dark Knight! I think Bruce's back-story, is more dark and fascinating, than a lot of other superheroes.
2.) Raven (aka) Rachel Roth from The Teen Titans. She is one of the greatest heroines in DC comics, she has such a powerful back-story, and she helped to form the Teen Titans in the beginning. From teleportation, to being an Empath, or her ability to toss objects at a whim, and the fact of her powers growing twice as potent, when the darkness from her father is embraced. I'm very glad that the creators of the show, decided to incorporate her, and use Tera Strong as the voice actress.
3.) Sterling Archer. From the FX television show, this secret and highly trained spy, brings all of the kick-ass to any problem, that James Bond or Jason Born wished that they could. It's like of Charlie Sheen were a top secret agent, that's pretty much the gist of his character, where the entire supporting actors and actresses meld the entire show, into one AWESOME program to watch! H. Jon Benjamin as the voice actor, really nails out the dialogue, and he always brings a new level of humor to the stage. Krieger, the head of the lab like Agent 'Q' in Bond is my second favorite character on this show.
4.) Luke Skywalker. No doubt about it. He started off as a simple farmer looking to go on an adventure, then to avenge his family and friends. Low and behold that very quest, would shape him into becoming a Jedi Knight. It's one of the most classical protagonist themes, of all time right here!
5.) Wolverine (aka) Logan from the X-Men and Marvel franchise. Everything about this guy, just screams pure and total EPICNESS! I wonder if every time Hugh Jackman wakes up in the morning, if he roars in anger like he does in those movies? X-D Such a great hero, with so much depth behind the character, and the way he became the mighty hero, was from a military experiment. Well, if I were the guy putting the Adamantium into his body, I would keep a giant magnet close at hand, so that way, he would not have anyplace to run off to; if he decided to break out. Why don't super villains ever think about the obvious? Spending tens of millions of dollars, and high-tech resources on a highly unstable, and once in a life-time military project, with all of the possibilities of turning wrong at every turn. Wouldn't you want a little insurance policy, a plan B, so to speak. Why not chip in a few extra hundred bucks, and get a Junkyard magnet to keep in the operating room, just in case? Oh Colonel Striker, for an evil scientist, you aren't all that bright, are you?
6.) Tim Drake (aka) Robin (aka) Red Robin. When I fist saw The New Batman Adventures as a little kid, I was hooked. In truth, this was where I learned about Tim Drake. Nightwing was also a favorite of mine too, but I think Tim, incorporated the best of all the sidekicks, to the Dark Knight. He was the third one, and he really shined above the others for Bruce. Jason Todd was the second. I highly recommend you watch 'Under The Red Hood' if you can. It tells the story of what happened to the second Boy Wonder; after Dick left to create the Teen Titans.
There you have it, simple, quick and rather brief I think. Anytime you receive a review or get a message from me, where T.M.O is at the bottom; if you couldn't figure it out, well it's my signature/ pen name. I was truly quite lucky, to pick this name for myself on the site. Later days dudes and dudetts! ;-)