Author has written 15 stories for Sonic the Hedgehog, Pokémon, JumpStart, Calvin & Hobbes, Peanuts, Batman, Bronze Bow, Superman, Teen Titans, and Neopets.
I'm mainly here to write Superman fanfic, I guess. I like other franchises too and I might write fanfic for them, but who knows.
I have some old stories for that I'm not particularly proud of, but which might be of interest to some, and are labeled "ARCHIVED WORK" to indicate their oldness (and, more importantly, badness). None of them are about Superman, but are about other worthy series such as Sonic the Hedgehog.
My stories will probably focus more on the Clark Kent side of Superman since that's what I find the most interesting, and they likely won't be particularly action-packed most of the time. Hopefully, though, they'll still be interesting and even at times adventurous.
I haven't actually read many Superman comics, but I've watched episodes from most of the major TV shows (not Smallville though) I really like the 50's Adventures of Superman despite (or occasionally because of) the laughable quality of the writing, and I like Superman: The Animated Series because of the great quality of the writing. I have mixed feelings on Lois & Clark...I love it with regards to concepts, but the execution is hit-or-miss. Maybe it'll get better as I go on. I've also watched and enjoyed the 40's cartoons. My favorite is The Magnetic Telescope.
My depiction of the characters will probably stem from many different influences and various depictions of them over the years, with my own interpretations inevitably injected (it is fanfic after all). I may occasionally try to fit into one particular portrayal of the characters and world, but it probably won't be the norm.
I'll try not to write any stories which are just "my take on [event that happens in every version of Superman, such as his origin/meeting Lois Lane/fighting a certain supervillain/blah blah]", and instead focus more on telling new stories with the characters. I may break this rule someday, probably...but I hope not for a long time.
I doubt I'll write stories focused on romance, but expect Clois to be present very often, just as it is so often present in official Superman media.
I watched only the first Donner film and didn't find it impressive, so don't expect much related to it in my stories.
I'm not too interested in superheroes other than Clark, but Batman is kinda cool I guess.
Stories I contributed to:
I wrote the battle scene, plus some other stuff.
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