Author has written 8 stories for Sapphire & Steel, and Justice League.
Update: May 18, 2016
Hello and thanks for visiting!
I write fanfic just for fun (not for money!) and to get the writing bug out of my system. It's a hobby, not to cash in on others' creations or criticize others' depictions of characters.
If you've read any of my fanfic or are planning to, here's something I've come up with (like a Reader's Guide, to decide if you want to waste your time with my nonsense!)
I have 2 different fanfic sets:
1) Justice League
2) Sapphire & Steel (this one is currently on hiatus, and I doubt if I'll ever return to it. Sorry!)
My Justice League stories are an ongoing arc VERY loosely based on the New 52 storyline, DCU, and the movies with some of my own twists (standard disclaimers apply - I don't own any of it!)
If you haven't ready any of them please read them in this order:
1) The Red House (complete)
2) The Hyades Shall Sing (complete)
3) The Place Where the Black Stars Hang (complete)
4) The Returned (complete)
5) The Homecoming (in-progress)
My stories involve a lot of Cthulhu Mythos/Lovecraftian elements, like a crossover. If anything, it's an "Elseworlds" style with a "What if our DC characters were set in the Lovecraftian Universe?" I've always loved the DC Elseworlds and the Marvel "What If" series, so this is my own experiment with that. There's some characters that don't crossover and some that do, and some that are "tweaked" a little to fit in. If this may not be your cup of tea, you've been warned!
Update: A note about the BvS - I have to say I really REALLY loved the movie! I enjoyed Man of Steel also. I would like to give my take on it: Although critics have called it "dark and depressing," I see it as more in keeping to what if we really had metahumans among us: in contrast to the Christopher Reeve movies, where the people of Earth unconditionally accept Superman as a hero (and he just falls into that role), I think it is more likely that many more people would do anything they can to get rid of Superman and would hate him, like Lex Luthor, if only because he has power that they don't have and Superman will not submit to being used. Batman (in the BvS movie) looks to be someone who has felt he has wasted his life (he hasn't gotten rid of crime in Gotham, let alone the world), and only transforms into a hopeful person because ultimately Superman is more concerned with saving others than his own life. Well that's my take on it anyway, it's only my opinion. So I didn't really see it as very dark at all but a story about redemption (which the writers push with all the Christ imagery). And of course Wonder Woman was awesome!
I also like Frank Miller's comics, which clearly have inspired the recent films. There was a discussion on Reddit about BvS that kind of put the finger on what I found so really compelling about MoS and BvS is that the filmmakers are clearly going for a tragic Superman character, who is doing his best to be the hero that he feels he has to be, but our "jaded and cynical society" (as the commenter labeled it) will not allow him to be. When you look at Henry Cavill's take on Superman (and I personally think he's perfect for the role), it does make more sense to me. That's why the filmmakers can't just copy the Christopher Reeve Superman wholesale, where he smiles all the time, waves at the camera, and do you notice in Reeve's movies that everyone (except for LL of course) on the planet loves him? In the fourth movie (admittedly terrible) he just flies into the UN and states he will confiscate and destroy all the nuclear weapons in the world and no one protests. I can't see Cavill's Superman doing any of that without some major suspension of disbelief even more than is expected of a comic book movie. Also I believe you see the tragic Superman much more clearly in Miller's comics, because in the The Dark Knight Returns he's reduced to a government flunky, then in the The Dark Knight Strikes Back it's revealed that he's essentially a slave because Lex held Kandor hostage, and in the newest series Dark Knight III his own daughter turns against him and society doesn't care either way - there's a great scene in which the Kandorians threaten humanity and everyone is too busy staring at their cell phones to notice! In short, humanity takes Superman (and the other heroes) for granted or doesn't care.
In my fics, Waller and Luthor fit into that evil viewpoint that Superman (and the Justice League) must be eliminated simply because he threatens the status quo and because they are doing good and offering a redemption for the world. This is something that my Lovecraftian OC (my only OC characters in the fic) cultist characters (Dr. Fenderbrake and Dr. Djaktu-Klein) recognize and take advantage of for their own dark designs of which Waller and her bosses are unaware of. They are also counting on the 'jaded and cynical society' to bring about what they want and don't bother to consider the consequences of supporting "Team Cthulhu" over Team Superman and Team Batman!
So, if this your cup of tea also if you are a Lovecraft fan, you may catch some "in-jokes" or clues as to what may happen or is upcoming. I am also influenced by Clark Ashton Smith and Thomas Ligotti - you may see place names, characters, etc. adapted from their stories into my fic.
Above all, don't take it all too seriously, and enjoy the stories!
AND Just for Fun..a CAST LIST!
Superman: Henry Cavill
Wonder Woman: Gal Gadot
(gotta have these two!)
Batman: I don't know...I liked Ben Affleck's portrayal but I still see..well, Ben Affleck. I also like Christian Bale, but also never saw him as Batman.
Alfred: Michael Caine (I liked him best)
Zatanna Zatara: I would go for either Serinda Swan, who played her on two episodes of Smallville, or Olivia Wilde
Dr. August Fenderbrake: Udo Kier
Randolph Carter: Hugh Laurie
Amanda Waller - Angela Bassey
Lex Luthor - Gene Hackman (the only actor I didn't like in BvS was Jesse Eisenberg, his portrayal was too OOT I thought)
Baron Winters - Sean Bean
Madame Xanadu - Carice Van Houten
What are YOUR casting ideas?