Author has written 14 stories for Sonic the Hedgehog, Godzilla, Tiny Toon Adventures, Gargoyles, Teen Titans, Gamera, and My Little Pony.
My inspirations as a writer:
If it had not been for me seeing my first Godzilla movie (Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla) at four years old, and it capturing my imagination, my attention, and my heart, I'd probably wouldn't have the imagination and inspiration that I do now as a writer. While other things have either disappeared and had to be dug back up out of the dust or have been forgotten altogether, Godzilla is one of the few things that has stayed constant in my life. He's my favorite movie monster and fictional character of all time. Every time I see something that has him in it, I feel it a requirement to check it out and I mean that in a good. I absolutely LOVE GODZILLA!!!! He deserves all the good press and attention he gets and is still severely underrated. I hope in my heart of hearts that one day, Godzilla will get the true recognition he so, rightfully deserves. But it'll never be enough. Godzilla, I love you with all my heart and soul. Roar one loud for me, Big G!!!! GODZILLA, KING OF THE MONSTERS.
2. My Family and Friends
They always told me when I started thinking about it to go for it. And they've been supporting me ever since. So yeah, I love you guys and I probably wouldn't be where I am without ya. Thanks for hearing my stories and supporting them. God bless you and I love you.
3. The Looney Tunes & 90s Animated shows
As far as comedic writing goes, these cartoons are what inspire me all the way. As a kid growing up in the 1990s, I watched all these cartoons like Re-runs of Looney Tunes shorts, Tiny Toons, Animaniacs, Duck Tales, Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers. I saw all these cartoons on T.V. and I absolutely loved and adored them and still do to this day. To the Toons themselves, guys thank you for being the wacky, nutty, crazy, and of course LOONEY and lovably funny cartoon characters that you were.
4. James Rolfe a.k.a. The Angry Video Game Nerd
His stories about wanting to become a movie maker and the dragon in his dreams really touched me. Right in the heart. James if by some strange stroke of luck you read this I sincerely hope you go on to make that big full-length feature movie and many more after it. Keep on keeping on Brotha.
5. Frankenstein & King Kong
I decided to put these 2 together because they both inspired me in the same way. Both these monsters were misunderstood and thrust into worlds and situations where they didn't fit in or belong. Something I can totally identify with. Plus they both starred in 2 of the greatest movies of all time. That's pretty freakin' awesome.
6. Ray Harryhausen
Whether it's his big screen marvels that made his name immortal in the world of cinema or the projects that never got off the shelf which I saw for the first time in the documentary The Ray Harryhausen Chronicles which is narrated by Lenard Nimoy, Ray Harryhausen's influence (more so his dinosaurs and alien ships and creatures than anything else) can easily be found in a lot of the stories I write. Mr. Harryhausen, I don't care how big of a fad CGI becomes, your special effects are still topnotch in my opinion.
7. The Works of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas
I know that most of their newer stuff is shameful, but does that mean we have to forget the masterpieces they made in their prime? There's no doubt at all that the early works of Spielberg and Lucas were true classics in every sense of the word. These two will forever be among the immortals of cinema history.
8. The Last Dinosaur
A obscure movie about people who try to track down what is considered to be the last living dinosaur. Too bad it's a Tyrannosaurus Rex. I absolutely loved this movie growing up. I hope I can find it on DVD and watch it again.
9. The Undertaker
My favorite wrestler of all time. His character is just like...WOW. I mean do I even have to explain why he's an inspiration to me? The character of The Undertaker is one of the best characters ever thought up in the unreal world of Professional Wrestling. I mean you people who read this and watch wrestling know what I mean right? Right?
10. 90s Animated Disney movies
These movies followed all throughout my childhood and I always enjoyed watching them. Even the ones people say are bad like Pocohontas and Hercules. They all sucked me deep into their worlds and I think part of me hasn't come back yet. ...And most likely never will.
11. DC and MARVEL Comics superheroes
While I may not have read a whole lot of the actual comic books (except a very select few), I have seen a whole lot of the movies, cartoons, and own several of the toys. I loved watching multicolored costume wearing heroes like Batman, Superman, Spider-man, and The Incredible Hulk and I hope to keep watching them for several more years to come.
My Top 50 Favorite Movies:
1. GODZILLA 2000
2. STAR WARS (all of them)
3. Avengers: Age of Ultron
4. A tie between Godzilla 1985 and Godzilla Final Wars
5. Jurassic Park
6. The Land Before Time
7. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
8. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
9. Space Jam
10. Guyver 2: Dark Hero
11. Kung Fu Panda 2
12. Wayne's World
13. Godzilla 2014
14. School of Rock
15. Godzilla: King of the Monsters
16. Pacific Rim
17. The Wizard of Oz
18. Back to the Future
19. Terminator 2: Judgement Day
20. My Name is Bruce
21. Godzilla vs. Destoroyah
22. Freddy vs. Jason
23. G.M.K. Giant Monsters All-Out Attack
24. 50 First Dates
25. Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah
26. Rock Star
27. The Expendables
28. Grumpier Old Men
30. Godzilla vs. Spacegodzilla
31. The Goonies
32. Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla
33. The Lion King
34. The Nightmare Before Christmas
35. Abbott and Costello meets Frankenstein
36. Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II
37. My Little Pony: the Movie
38. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
39. A Nightmare on Elm Street
40. Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home
41 The Avengers/Guardians of the Galaxy
43 First Blood
45 Kong: Skull Island
47 Godzilla vs Megeguirus
48 Captain America: Civil War
49 Friday the 13th Part 6 Jason Lives
50 The Valley of Gwangi