Author has written 3 stories for Earthbound, and Resident Evil.
EB Perpetual - Episode 6: 20/100 - Remember when I said that I wanted to make sure that the wait was worth it? Yeah, well, the swill I was writing that I thought could pass for a proper sixth installment was NOT going to be worth it. I scrapped it and started over from scratch. And while the going's pretty slow, I'm much more confident in what I have here.You can read the first draft of Episode 6's introduction here . If you're really bloodthirsty, e-mail meand maybe I'll show you what could have been (or at least part of it). EXPECTED RELEASE: Oh no, won't walk into THAT one again...okay, I will. If I get damn lucky and I bust myself on it, you could be seeing it as early as late March. But if there's anything you should've taken away from this whole debacle, it's that release datesshould never be taken as gospel. Especially when I preach them.
Pulp EarthBound: Ness Franklin and Frank Fly's Wife: 0/100 - Not much reaction to the first Pulp EarthBound, so it's not a high priority at the moment. I would like to get it done, though. EXPECTED RELEASE: When It's Done.
LET THE TRUTH BE TOLD
I was born and raised on Long Island. When I was ten, I stumbled upon EarthBound, and ever since, I've wanted to be a storyteller. That's why I write solely for EarthBound. Because the characterizations are so open, it lets your imagination be your guide, and as a result, no incarnation of EarthBound characters will ever feel too silly - as opposed to Buffy fanfiction.
Right now I study film at C.W. Post and I hope to become a major filmmaker one day. Just like Pauly Shore wants to be funny one day. Hey, even me, the big optimist, knows that my dreams are a longshot, and approximately twenty years from now I'll probably be sitting at the computer like I am now and wondering what the hell happened and why I'm a cubicle dweller. But hey, there's always that one smidgen of hope, right? Gotta hold onto that.
And that's all I have to say, really.
Oh, put down the crosses, Buffy fans, it's not like I called Joss Whedon a hack. Just the people who think they're just as good as him.