Author has written 10 stories for Dragon Ball Z, and Transformers/Beast Wars.
Hey check it out……… I got a new profile! Too bad it's so damned long!
OCCUPATION: President/Founder/Owner/Head Writer of The Redneck-Buddhist Entertainment Co.; Co-Founder of Wakjob Inc.
PAST OCCUPATIONS: Backyard Wrestler, Grass Seller, Winn-Dixie Cart/Bag Boy
FAV BANDS: Led Zeppelin, Frank Zappa, Neil Young, Joe Walsh/James Gang, Cream, The Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Blue Öyster Cult, The Eagles, Aerosmith, Ted Nugent, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd
FAV SONGS: "Stairway To Heaven" and "Whole Lotta Love" by Led Zeppelin (tied), "Free Bird" by Lynyrd Skynyrd, "Watermelon In Easter Hay" by Frank Zappa, "Theme For An Imaginary Western" by Mountain, "Money" by Pink Floyd, "Walk Away" by The James Gang, "Baba O' Riley" by The Who, "Whippin' Post" by The Allman Brothers Band, "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" by Blue Öyster Cult, "Alive" by Pearl Jam
FAV ALBUMS: "Dark Side of The Moon" by Pink Floyd, "Led Zeppelin II" by Led Zeppelin, "Freak Out!" "We're Only In It For The Money" "Hot Rats" "Apostrophe(')" and "Joe's Garage" by Frank Zappa, "The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get" by Joe Walsh, "Yer Album" by The James Gang, "Van Halen" by Van Halen, "Greatest Hits '71-'75", "Desperado", and "Hotel California" by The Eagles, "Tommy" and "Who's Next" by The Who, "Hair - An American Tribal Love Rock Musical", "Jesus Christ Superstar"
MY GUITAR: White 6-string Peavey Falcon, tuned down 1/2 step; named Eddie, after Eddie Van Halen
RELIGION: None (unless bein' a hippy is a religion)
PEOPLE I RESPECT: Frank Zappa, Bill Maher, Woody Allen, Lenny Bruce, Abbie Hoffman, George Carlin, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., Thomas Jefferson, Charlie Chaplin, G.B. Trudeau, Gandhi, Jesus of Nazareth, and Buddha
FAV ANIME: Dragon Ball
FAV CHARACTERS: Goku, Piccolo, Yamcha, Kuririn, Kame-sen'nin/Muten Roshi, Tenshinhan, Vegeta, Master Karin, Taopaipai, Bulma, Bulma's Parents, Gohan & Videl, Pilaf & Co., Lunch, Freeza, The Ginyu Special Force, Mr. Satan, and Majin Boo
DB VS. DBZ: I've gotta go with Dragon Ball! I've always been really into the mystical part of DB, and that part just seems to fade away in DBZ (especially in the Cell saga). God, I miss the Kinto'un and the Nyoi-bo!
OTHER FAV ANIMES: Cowboy Bebop, Akira, YuYu Hakusho, Lupin III, FLCL, Trigun, Patlabor, Hokuto no Ken, Bubblegum Crisis, InuYasha, and Blue Gender
MANGA VS. ANIME: Manga! Definitely manga!
FAV MANGAS: Dragon Ball, Urusei Yatsura, One Piece, Ranma 1/2, Kinnikuman, YuYu Hakusho, Dr. Slump, Lupin III, Detective Conan, Hokuto no Ken, InuYasha, Trigun, Maison Ikkoku, Kajika, and Cyborg 009
OTHER FAV MANGA/ANIME CHARATERS: Arale, Senbe, Tsukutsun, Akane, and Suppaman (Dr. Slump); Ranma, Akane, Ryoga, Mousse, and Genma (Ranma 1/2); Arsene Lupin III and Daisuke Jigen (Lupin III); Spike Spiegel (Cowboy Bebop); Yusuke, Kuwabara, Hiei, and Botan (YuYu Hakusho); Sango and Miroku (InuYasha); Nicholas D. Wolfwood and Vash The Stampede (Trigun); Godai, Kyoko, Yostuya, and Nikaido (Maison Ikkoku); Ataru, Lum, Mendo, Tobimaro, Ryunosuke, Ryu's Dad, Benten, Ran-chan, Megane, and Cherry (Urusei Yatsura); Luffy, Zoro, Sanji, and Ussop (One Piece); Kinnikuman, Terryman, Ramenman, Buffaloman, Neptuneman, Warsman, Super Phoenix, andKinkotsuman (Kinnikuman); Conan/Shinichi, Kogoro, Heiji, andKaito Kid (Detective Conan); Kenshiro, Rei, Toki, and Raoh (Hokuto no Ken); Cyborg's 009, 2, 4, 5, and 7 (Cyborg 009); Tetsuo (Akira); Noa, Asuma, Goto, and Ota (Patlabor)
FAV COMIC BOOK: X-Men
FAV X-MEN: Gambit, Wolverine, Banshee, Sabertooth, Forge, Iceman, Juggernaut, and Magneto
FAV COMIC BOOK HEROES: Spider-Man, The Martian Manhunter, The Punisher, The Incredible Hulk, The Sub-Mariner, Captain America, and The Fantastic Four
FAV COMIC STRIP: Doonesbury
FAV CHARACTERS: Mark, Zonker, B.D., Mike, Alex, Rev. Sloan, Duke, and Dubya
FAV SPORT: Wrestling
FAV WRESTLERS: Shawn Michaels, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Bret "Hitman" Hart, Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka, Edge, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, Razor Ramon, Triple H, "Superstar" Billy Graham, The New Age Outlaws, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Tito Santana, Chris Jericho, and Bruno Sammartino
FAV TV SHOWS: Mystery Science Theater 3000, Monty Python's Flying Circus, Kids in The Hall, Real Time w/ Bill Maher, South Park, Mr. Show, That 70's Show, and The Simpsons
FAV MOVIES: Monty Python and The Holy Grail, Annie Hall, Pulp Fiction, Airplane, Blazing Saddles, The Godfather, Rashomon, The Deer Hunter, Hair, Chaplin, Lenny, Dazed and Confused, and Grass
FAV DIRECTORS: Woody Allen, Akira Kurosawa, Orson Wells, Steven Spielberg, Alfred Hitchcock, Mel Brooks, Quentin Tarantino, Tim Burton, Oliver Stone, and Kevin Smith
FAV ACTORS: Robert DeNiro, Dustin Hoffman, Jimmy Stewart, Al Pacino, Clint Eastwood, Christopher Walken, John Cusack, Jack Nicholsan, Lloyd Bridges, Charlie Chaplin, Groucho Marx, Johnny Depp, and Donald Sutherland
FAV SEIYUU'S: Shigeru Chiba, Toshio Furukawa, Megumi Hayashibara, Akira Kamiya, Kenichi Ogata, Ichiro Nagai, Mayumi Tanaka, Norio Wakamoto,Masako Nozawa, Issei Futamata, and Mami Koyama
FAV ENGLISH VOICE ACTORS: Frank Welker, Steven Jay Blum, Maurice LaMarche, Scott McNeil, Terry Klassen, Johnny Yong Bosh, and Jim Cummings
FAV COMEDIANS: George Carlin, Denis Leary, Gallagher, Steven Wright, Richard Pryor, Dave Chappelle, and Lenny Bruce
FAV WRITERS: Mark Twain, George Orwell, Ray Bradbury, Roald Dahl, Washington Irving, Edgar Allen Poe, and Frank Zappa (fav songwriter)
FAV BOOKS: Animal Farm, 1984, Steal This Book, The Real Frank Zappa Book, Frankenstein, James and The Giant Peach, and Tom Sawyer
FAV MANGA ARTISTS: Akira Toriyama, Rumiko Takahashi, Monkey Punch, and Yoshihiro Togashi
THE DRAGONBALL Z SHOW!
ALSO FROM REDNECK BUDDHIST (summaries cummin' soon... heh heh)
Five Boys in Canada - Five 13 year old boys (Robby, Germ, Billy, Sam, and Leonard) pull pranks and get into trouble in Sponkuville, Alberta, Canada. Ran from November '94 to January '95. Contained 32 episodes and 1 "special" titled "One Fine Day in Canada". Story and Art by Showtime.
Robby and Company - A spin-off (sorta) of "Five Boys", only this time main character Robby has super human powers and the town of Sponkuville now makes Rush Limbaugh look like a sophisticated and intelligent individual (in other words, it's a very crazy series). The rest of the unusual cast included: Gregory the War Vet, Sparky the magical dog, Sparky's sidekick Cannibus Cliff, Jimmy Cat the evil fat black cat, Robby's girlfriend Elly, Billy's tomboy girlfriend Alex, Billy's loser dad Jack, Mr. Williams the ambiguously gay vice-principal, and Shawn Michaels (whom appeared as a guest star in 4 episodes and then finally joined the cast in 2001 as a regular). Ran from February '95 to December '99, then I took a year off, and then it ran from January '01 to December '02. With one episode per month, it contained 83 episodes and 4 movies. Oh, and in my opinion... the DBZ Show is nothing comapred to Robby and Company! Story and Art by Showtime.
Jimmy Cat - A spin-off of Robby and Company. Jimmy the evil fat black cat makes his masters life a living hell. Ran from 2000-2001. Contained 13 episodes and 1 move (which can actually be considered a 5th Robby and Company movie). Story and Art by Showtime.
The DragonBall Z Show - Inspired by watching too much DBZ and Mystery Science Theater 3000, it all started with 2 cartoons featuring Goku replacing himself with something fake in order to duck his duties and go to Taco Bell. The first cartoons were always about Goku's stupidity annoying Piccolo. As the show went on, more and more characters were created. Characters like 3-foot-tall ambiguously gay Vegeta, suicidal Piccolo, loser Cell, lustful lovers Gohan and Videl, Master "Fucking" Roshi, and secret lovers Ten-sugar and Fuzzy Lumpkins (Tenshinhan and Chaozu). Ran from 2000-present. Currently contains 21 episodes. Story and Art by Showtime.
The World According To Spark - no summary yet.
Five Boys in College - no summary yet.
1978 - In 1978 Slidell, Louisiana, an 18 year old kung fu artist named Neil enters high school in order to be with a beautiful girl named Annie. Problem is... she doesn't like Neil back... or does she? A romantic comedy inspired by the work of Rumiko Takahashi. Story and Art by Showtime.
Cowboy Jack - In the year 2030, America is in anarchy. The only man who can bring it back to the land of freedom it once was is the legendary hero Cowboy Jack. An epic story about MY ideal super hero. Story and Art by Showtime.
Eternal Arcadia: A Romance at Sky - Based on the video game of the same name (or Skies of Arcadia if you prefer). Vyse, Aika, and Enrique must help the Silvite girl Fina collect all of the moon crystals before Galcian and Ramirez can call upon the Rains of Destruction. Story (sorta) and Art by Showtime.
The Untold Journeys of Yamcha - The story of what REALLY happened to Yamcha after Bulma left him and then after the death of Son Goku. As more and more incidences feed into his depression, he fails to realize that he is slowly becoming the strongest human alive. Oh, and he gets another sidekick, a 13 year old girl named Hoshi. Story and Art by Showtime.
The Amazing TransFormers Story - no summary yet.
Mortals - no summary yet.
Animal Farm - Barn Animals turn on their master and take over the farm... and the corruption sets in. Based on the novel by George Orwell. Art by Showtime.
Dark Side of The Moon - A man returns to his hometown to attend the funeral of his grandfather. Depresiion kicks in and the man slowly goes insane thinking about how crazy the rest of the world is. Based on the album by Pink Floyd. Interpretated and Drawn by Showtime.
Wish You Were Here - A small time band hits the big time and soon learns that being a big time rock star isn't that glamorous... and the lead singer, Pink, learns that it's also pretty lonley without his girl there with him. Based on the album by Pink Floyd. Interpretated and Drawn by Showtime.
Joe's Garage - A "good kid" starts a band, loses his girlfriend to the groupie scene, joins the First Church of Appliantology, get's arrested for breaking a sex robot, and learns to live in a world without music. Based on the album by Frank Zappa. Story by Frank Zappa, Art by Showtime.
Apostrophe(') - Crazy happenings take place in an Alaskan town, including a seal hunter who gets yellow snow rubbed in his eyes and a biker who picks on a religious nut. Based on the album by Frank Zappa. Stories by Frank Zappa, Art by Showtime.
Nazareth - The true (in my opinion) story of Jesus of Nazareth. From the gathering of the Twelve to his life after surviving the crucifixtion. Christians will be offended by Jesus being portrayed as not only a regular guy but also black. Story and Art by Showtime.
Hair: Children of Aquarius - Hippies Berger, Woof, Hud, Jeanie, and Sheila do a buncha stuff while their friend Claude contemplates either burning his draft card or joining the army. Based on the musical play Hair. Story by James Rado and Gerome Ragni, Songs by Galt MacDermot, Art by Showtime.
MOVIES (all movies are in script stage)
Oh yeah, I almost forgot... Free Tommy Chong