Author has written 8 stories for Avatar: Last Airbender.
I'm a creative free spirit who lives to create and loves to laugh. I can geek out on comic books or read a Greek play first thing in the morning. All it takes in life to please me is a composition notebook and a pen. Inspiration sometimes strikes me at 2:00 am with it's relentless assault. Vivid dreams are the canvas for my stories and my mechanical pencil is the paintbrush. I have been writing fanfiction since i was eleven. In my room I would have a tape recorder and act out shows like X-men, Beast Wars, Batman, Superman 90's version, Rocko's Modern Life and GI Joe Extreme.
my Dad is the primary reason that I'm a geek. My father first got me interested in 30's version of Superman.Then he introduced me to the Hulk comic book and I had my first brush with anime with Speed Racer. Ever since I've been hooked to all these media's
Batman and Iron Man are in a tie for first place. I've followed both of their comics career for over 10 years. So glad Batman is back to being the Dark Knight. Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man I called from day one. Both of these characters represent to me that you can have everything and nothing all at the same time. What they lack in their personal lives, they more than make up for in being heroes. I always wondered what would happen if Marvel and DC did a crossover comic where these men meet. I was disappointed when they paired Batman with Captain America. Bruce of course won. I have to say I love how both these characters translate to film and TV. Wolverine is in second place, he's blunt, hardcore but passionate. His strongest fault is that he cares so much but pretends he doesn't. Logan is the type of man that fights for what he believes in and he also takes risk not because of his healing abilities, but because that's his personality. I love Hugh Jackman playing him didn't call it but it works so well.
Spike Spiegel from Cowboy Bebop is my favorite anime character. He has such depth and mystery. His main problem is that he is tied to the past. He's not suicidal, but death seems to be his only release. His conflict with Vicious over Julia is classic good friends fight each other over what they believe is the greatest treasure. I first saw the show at 3:00am and the first episode I saw was Black Dog Serenade which was about Jet Black. I became addicted to the show after that episode and I was inspired that I wrote and my own episode when the show prematurely ended. I will be publishing the fanfic about that one day.
The Fire Nation Family from "The Last Airbender" are the most intriguing to me.
Zuko was an angry and conflicted child who just wanted to make his father proud. Without the strong support of his Uncle he would have been truly lost.
Iroh, the tea loving Uncle is an underestimated character: people often think he's useless when in actuality his past is marked with more pain, blood and sorrow than any other character. I truly believe if his son hadn't died he would have gone on to be a more ruthless Firelord than Ozai. His bad experiences shaped him into the calming and peaceful man he is in the canon.
Ozai, the ruthless Firelord is a misunderstood character. I believe his hatred for Zuko stems from his strong similarities. Ozai at one point was probably emotional and supported by his mother Illah. When she passed, his world became black. Azulon cared nothing for his son so Ozai tried to please him, which never worked. He continued his father's cycle of abuse. Ozai's redemption is one of death which is what it would take for him to change.
Azula is another misunderstood character she is a product of her father's demand for perfection and power and her mother's lack of affection. I don't believe she went crazy, but instead had a mental breakdown. Azula doesn't know how to truly love anyone, but instead shows that she cares through manipulation and exerting her power. She has the propensity to change only if she is removed from the environment that shaped her.
Ursa is portrayed as a pure character when Ibelieve she has some flaws. For one she killed her father-in-law Azulon. The other flaw is that she gave Azula no affection what so ever. We know this from a flashback of "Zuko Alone" she is never seen with her daughter.I theorized that perhaps Ursa could have been suffering from a postpartum attachment disorder.
In the comics she proved to be one dimensional good, who changed her face and got married and had a child with the man she grew up with. This is contradictory to the show that potrays characters with grey areas. What troubled me most was her lack of concern that her daughter ran, it was more important to reunite with Zuko. The former action makes her character intriguing to analyze.
Calling Off the Search
As Zuko resolves to heal relations between the citizens of Yu Dao, a lecture from Earth Kindom scholars enlightens him that if he is to truly build a strong nation he must tackle his greatest challenge of his whole life; finding his Mother.
The Veil of Smoke and Shadow
They were children, fighting a senseless war. They lived in the shadows of their ancestors becoming a container for the surrounding nations rage. While Zuko seeks to make history with bold, political, visionary moves; Azula, seeks redemption.
Mending the Rift
What became of Toph when she left the Gaang she goes on an adventure and finds love that's what she does.
After a near death scuffle with Spike, Vicious returns to the one person he can trust. One shot
Big Black Horse and a Cherry Tree
Edward has feelings for a boy she just met. Oh no no...Spike person and Fay Fay help Edward tackle hormones. One shot