Author has written 21 stories for TV X-overs, Marvel, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, StarTrek: The Next Generation, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Amalgam Comics, Suicide Squad, Batman, Buffy X-overs, Moonlight, Quantum Leap, Lost In Space, Alien Nation, DC Elseworlds, Stranger Things, 2016, Doctor Who, and Last Witch Hunter.
I'm just an average guy who does an above average amount of reading. And now I'm trying my hand at writing.
I started reading fanfiction back around 1996 or so. Fell in love with crossover fanfiction and was reading it so often that I soon couldn’t find any more in with the subjects I liked. (And I like a large assortment of TV and movie crossovers so you can just about imagine how many I must have consumed). Anyway, I started wondering what type of crossover story plot I’d like to read. Then I thought I’d see just how much of it I could write before I would give it up. But then after 10 pages, I found myself happy with what I wrote, and wrote some more. It wasn’t the best in the way of writing style, and there were errors scattered about. But it was mine, and so I shared it. Thus began my A Tangled Web series which would take me a decade and a half to finish. And it was only in 8 Parts! A Tangled Web includes crossovers from 207 TV shows, 148 movies, 26 books, 5 comic strips, and 69 cartoons. Possibly the most crossovers in any fanfiction. No Anime unless you count a humorous chapter with Pokémon, which isn’t really Anime.
I’ve had two other authors write their own spin-offs from the A Tangled Web series where some drunken Klingons get misplaced in the multiverse which I have posted here. Brock Joyner wrote Another Tangled Web. And Carycomic wore A More Tangled Web.
I have also posted about a dozen crossover stories for Carycomic which are listed below.
The story I wrote after I finished A Tangled Web was a Harry Potter fanfiction. I’m not sure when I started reading Harry Potter, but I liked it. They were very imaginative and covered a wide variety of ideas. But I noticed that many of the plots seemed to follow the same pattern of ideas. So on a rainy day at the beach, I began to make a list of possible plots that I hadn’t seen used. And then I wrote The Day The Dursleys Came To Hogwarts. I claim it was for my kids, but it was also for myself and the readers. (Writers need reviews!) And it turned out really well. I’m happy to say I’ve received many reviews remarking on how original it was.
I have also worked on a Suicide Squad story called Suicide Squad: A Grave Undertaking. It’s the DC Universe crossed over with Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I’ve also managed to drag in Sirius Black and loosely tie in the Marvel Universe by way of the Dial H for Hero Chris King. This story is being redone and I hope to repost it eventually, but meanwhile, what I have is still up for reading. I should explain that the Suicide Squad used for this story is a variation of that in the comics in the early 90’s; not the movie version which I liked.
Hopefully I will have more for you soon.