Author has written 73 stories for Smallville, Arrow, Flash, Batman, Person of Interest, Doctor Who, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, Justice League, Gotham, Death Wish, Superman, Star Wars, Batman Beyond, and Daredevil.
A few things about me
I figured this was about time so a new year and a fresh profile update.
I’m a pretty laid-back type of person in general and prefer to enjoy life.
Ok for me in my writing, it's partially a hobby but at the same time it's not like something I can turn off like a light switch. It's a part of who I am and in my blood, so I will never stop writing. Plus, it also gives me something to do with my life.
Another thing about my writing I use depending on what type usually always has some semi realism in it and a dark tone is prevalent in all my works, mostly in my character’s actions. I’m not really one for having a high regard for boy scout types since I prefer writing anti-hero characters who have an understanding of the world that if one villain has to go save innocent people, that’s what they do. I understand this not everybody’s beliefs however this is what generally will be in my works.
If you want to PM me go ahead, I always enjoy a good conversation.
For my review policy and updates, along with blocking people
On my policy with guest reviews due to constant harassment I decided to change this.
If you attack my story, me or authors in the guest reviews for any reason you get an instant delete.
Unless for some reason your one of the "lucky" ones who I want to address in an A/N you go.
Now if you're a civil, not trolling person by all means review away since I will accept those.
Regarding blocking, I used to be very sparse with it, and hardly put people on my block. However, I don't really a desire to put up people who have clear mental issues so if I decided you have those mental issues you'll go on my block list and sometimes it can be for some other reason. Also, I can give you a reason or just do it without you knowing, which I sometimes have for the crazy people. That's my choice.
For my updating, well I do try to keep my stories updated a frequently as I can because I really don't like a story to go hiatus. If that happens and I know it's on one for whatever reason I either put it in the description or I take it down.
Below you’ll get my thoughts about the pairings in some of the shows and some other things like my thoughts on the current Star Wars mess.
Extreme character love/shipping by fans
This is something I’ve become very familiar with due to my time in the Arrow fandom with the Olicty and Laurel fans. Also, due to my knowledge of Doctor Who, NCIS and other such fandoms.
Now is there a problem with having a favorite character or enjoying a pairing in a show, book, movies etc.? Of course not.
I have my own pairings I enjoy from various shows like Tony/Ziva in NCIS, or even Fin/Rey in Star Wars.
It’s the people who take it to the next level. The ones who begin harassing people for not agreeing with them on how great their character worship is, constantly shoving in people’s faces about their “oh so favorite OTP” pairing in reviews, messages and elsewhere.
Or viciously attacking the actors, writers or whoever else when they don’t get their way, like death threats and such.
These are the people who ruin for the rest of the in the fandom, especially like if it’s Olicty where the fandom itself becomes known by those actions.
Remember people you treat each other with decency and you’ll liable to get more done.
Apparently having actual civilized conversations is a thing of the past in today’s world.
Here is why Star Wars is now dead after Disney has bought Lucas film and because of the people at Lucasfilm as well. Like the Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy a major feminist
No respect for the original films or characters
It’s like the people who are doing this have not even watched them or if they have literally don’t care.
First Han Solo they turned him into a dead-beat father and who left Leia behind, then also went back to his old ways of smuggling something that goes completely against the entire point of his character arc in the OT films.
Then stupidly gets killed by his pathetic son and goes out in a horrible fashion of just getting thrown down somewhere into the bottom of the Starkiller base.
Regarding Luke first they have him try to kill his own nephew for having a vison of a possible future of Ben becoming Kylo Renn. Then runs off to some planet to die leaving his entire friends and family along with the rest of the galaxy, to be destroyed by the First Order. Also, have Luke fail at restarting the Jedi order.
Then have Luke throughout all of The Last Jedi be pretty much completely useless and just some cranky old man, then even for Luke’s finale stand was pathetic given all he did was deflect Kylo’s blows, before dying for no real reason given.
Also regarding Luke Skywalker the original director Colin Trevorrow for episode 9 was fired because he wanted Luke to live into Episode 9.
In the article where I learned this information the person also said "why Johnson killed Luke is to free up space for the new characters... without any of the legacy characters pulling them backwards. He felt there would not be enough space for these characters with Luke Skywalker around. This is also what JJ Abrams wants and planned with Johnson for Episode 9."
I would say very clearly Rian Jonson, Kathleen Kennedy and the rest like JJ Abrams are also extremely scared of Luke Skywalker and I'd say for good reason to.
Because the OT characters are quite frankly better than the new Finn, Poe and Rey characters any day of the year.
There are some deleted scenes from The Last Jedi film that are Luke and Leia shown grieving for Han's death but they got cut due to pacing as Rian Johnson explained along with saying he was sorry to lose it.
Yeah Rian I'm calling bullcrap on that flat out, regardless of what you say. Because you plus anybody else at Disney/Lucasfilm and especially the people making the major calls like Kathleen hate Luke and Han Solo both.
So yes Disney has completely butchered both Han and Luke.
Leia is kind of the only one who ended up halfway decent, but even she is affected by the problems Disney has made which I’ll get into in a bit.
Then the Empire now the First Order is back up to its full height of power with the Resistance is nothing more than a small fleet once again, with the New Republic once again gone just like at the start of New Hope.
Basically, making every single thing that happened in the OT films, since outside of Darth Vader and the Emperor dying mean virtually nothing.
Like even in the old EU, now Legends universe the Empire was still struggling to survive and never got back up its full power, even when the Emperor clone stuff occurred.
Using the films and comics to push a political agenda
First, let’s take Rey who doesn’t even need training from Luke and yet she can lift massive boulders to free members of the Resistance without any strain at all. Plus beating Luke without any training or how they made sure in TFA Rey was never recused by anybody.
Yeah, that screams Mary Sue and feminism pushing. Contrary to what the Rey feminist defenders say Anakin and Luke actually had to have the training to use the Force properly and even Luke needed like most of Empire Strikes Back to train that he also struggled in. Luke couldn't just lift multiple rocks with zero training, unlike Rey who can apparently do anything with perfect ease.
Now speaking of feminism let’s get into how that agenda has ruined other stuff.
Oh, let’s see Leia slapping Poe for no good reason TLJ or in the comics treating Luke and Han like trash for no good reason.
Which brings into this treatment of men in the Star Wars verse ran by Disney nowadays.
In the recent films, the comics and other books, they have the men be portrayed as weak, fools and basically unable to get anything done without a woman there along with being constantly talked down to by said women.
Oh, the Rebels and Resistance for all the main people are all women with even pushing pointless lesbian stuff as well.
In a recent novel Last Shot which features Han and Lando after ROTJ has Lando's Twi'lek lover gives him a lesson in respect and consent (since all men are rapists in the view of feminism) plus their being a human pilot whose gender fluidity is accepted without mention. Just further proof of the SJW bull getting shoved down people's throats and infecting everything.
Which getting into the treatment of Han and Luke in these news films can be easily explained by the pushing of a feminist agenda.
Along with the pro-communism by spending an entire thirty minute or more sequence with Rose and Finn at a casino where it can be summed up as simply, look how rich people/capitalism is always evil.
Which is very hypocritical coming from Disney, and well Hollywood in general when they do this stuff given they are multi-billion-dollar industry made by money.
I’m ending it here because if I go into every tiny little thing well we would be here forever and it’s already long enough as it is.
Other than their agenda pushing the only thing Disney truly cares about is using the Star Wars brand name to make money and that’s it, without caring about the damage done.
Since the people at Disney along with Lucasfilm and whoever want so hard of their little message in The Last Jedi to be "Let the past die, kill it if you have to" well good job guys, you have succeeded because Star Wars is now gone.
PS: To clear this up since why I am a fan of the EU I recognize the flaws in Legends and such in that as well. Just like I do the same for Disney's new verse although on a much wider scale, I don't play favorites. So I'm not one of those blind EU worshipers either. The OT films and prequel stuff like everything else I have the likes and dislikes as well but that's on it's own level since it fits both Disney and Legends canon.
Pairings in the Arrowverse
First, let me start off with Olicty by saying I completely dislike it entirely. The relationship is completely abusive and toxic to keep things simple. Mostly just from how Felicity treats Oliver.
Also, the scene from 2x07 that is a supposed "Olicty moment" of Oliver telling Felicity there was no other choice to make after killing The Count, is in fact scripted in. So their entire chemistry and such is totally faked.
Which Felicity herself is one of the most selfish characters in the Arrowverse, period. The writers instead of recognizing they have a problem keep doing the same old things and have made the problem just get worse.
Oliver/Earth 1 Laurel Lance pairing
Alright this going to be a bit long and complicated
Now I'm not really the biggest Oliver/Laurel shipper either despite having wrote for them and read stories with them as the main couple.
For everything from how Oliver/Laurel was pre-island with the whole cheating on Sara and everything makes this relationship even post island, at times problematic.
Despite being the canon couple from the comics, this relationship ultimately due to multiple poor writing choices, which were from day 1 in Arrow it never actually did work in the show.
Partially due to the characters and actors not really having that great of chemistry between them did play a part.
For me when I do write this pairing, I have to basically every time rewrite it from the ground up and Laurel as well to properly make it work.
Oliver/Sara Lance pairing
This relationship is the one that makes the most sense out of all them, for Oliver.
Oliver/Sara have an understanding between them due to the island and similar experiences of harsh environments, torturing people and being tortured physically/mentally along with killing, ect. Plus, both stand on an equal footing with each other.
Also, Oliver/Sara just have the best chemistry with each other, mostly due to the actors.
It's pretty darn clear Sara's sudden freak out in 2x20 with running back to the League of Assassins, the very same people he spent most of the season running from was nothing more then to get her out of the way for Olicty in season 3.
Really if the Arrow writers had decided to not do Oliver/Laurel but went with this pairing instead of Olicty, I would have been fine with Oliver/Sara being the end game.
First this is Fan Fiction to get that out of the way, for the whole Nyssa is a lesbian.
The same people who complain about Nyssa probably the same ones who go and read stories of perfectly straight people are either gay or bi so it just makes them hypocrites.
Unless it is one of those screeching feminists then that’s a different conversation all together.
Oliver and Nyssa are both warriors and assassins or former depending on the point in their lives. Also, they are married in the show as well, post season 3x22 episode anyway.
There are times where if Nyssa wasn’t a lesbian in the show from how they are portraying her, I could see some instances where she could have made a move on Oliver.
They have chemistry and a connection. Most likely the only reason Barry/Caitlin never went for a relationship is because Barry’s obsessiveness over Iris prevents him from seeing any other woman really.
Now you bring in having Caitlin become Killer Frost and you get a whole different angle, especially in Fan Fiction.
They have lots of chemistry, both have tons in common with their personalities, their interests, both even have a little darkness in them because of, the loss of a parent.
This is my other preferred pairing for The Flash of Barry/Patty
Pairings in the Smallville fandom
It is like Oliver/Felicty. Lana Lang was selfish and always had double standards which the writers pandering to her and gave us 8 seasons of long painful drama that a lot of people really didn't want.
For Clark they completely destroyed his character of making him constantly chasing after Lana like a little puppy. I'd say Clark was always more of in love with the idea of Lana to be normal rather than any real feelings towards her.
So story wise you will never see me write this pairing other than to simply end it.
This is well the main pairing of the show. They have chemistry and all that. I really have no problems with this couple which is one of my preferred couples of the series.
All that being said, I still do get annoyed of how in the show it seemed like Lois was Clark's second choice because he couldn't get Lana and for Lois, Clark was her second choice as well because she was more in love with The Blur.
Yes I get all the comics of "well that's the love triangle for how many years" garbage but it's long past the point of needing a update into ditching that element.
One more thing is this relationship perhaps did suffer the most of very poor planning in them being together simply because of fate said so, aka the show writers and quite a few light switches writing moves to get them together in the later seasons.
The writers really should have begun working on building them up romantically in season 6.
They have chemistry, a partnership and are pretty much on equal footing in the later seasons once they know that each other knows Clark’s secret.
I have to say this relationship is at times, is perhaps the better written Clark/Lois relationship then Clois actually was in the show.
The show kept building to places in their relationship that seemed to demand for them to be put together so that some kind of light switch had to be added to derail the direction the story line was headed for.
If they made Clark/Chloe the end game pairing I would have been fine with that.
For Clark and other pairings like Clark/Alicia Baker or Clark/Tess Mercer I don't mind them and actually enjoy reading stories with those as parings. Which I kind of do like them more and will probably write for these pairings rather than Clark/Lois just simply because of the lack of them.
Pairings in Star Wars
I’m not going to explain this one
I'll explain this one. Mara was a chracter who first shown up in the The Thrawn trilogy books as a former assassin to Emperor Palpatine with Luke and her later getting married down the road. Basically Luke and her balance each other out, both are Force users and later Jedi, along with being strong characters in their own right. Plus when written well they do have good chemistry with each other.
Pairings in Doctor Who
The Doctor/Rose Tyler
Yeah, this has to be my least favorite pairing. I get the writers including RTD really went “oh this romance and character is so epic” when neither Rose or the romance really were. Also what annoyed is Rose felt very similar to Felicity Smoak of they spent more time writing "Oh isn't Rose so great and oh look at her saving the day" instead of focusing on The Doctor.
Rose, herself I got the feeling she was simply very immature a lot of times. Also, she got way to easily jealous at past companions like Sarah Jane and I always got the feeling Rose never quite understood The Doctor at all.
The Doctor/River Song
Well these two do actually make sense together. Just from they do have chemistry and River can understand The Doctor, quite literally every version of him. Also, they do share very similar goals of wanting to see the universe.
River also despite when having made mistakes like early in her life by refusing to put the universe back she did learn from those mistakes.
The Doctor/Clara Oswald
Really if I was going to go for a human and The Doctor romance, Clara does actually make sense.
Because Clara does have very similar interests of seeing the universe and is personality wise similar in ways to The Doctor himself.
Now was this relationship exactly healthy for them long term in the show anyhow? Well we’ve seen how far The Doctor went off the deep end to save Clara and that came back to bite them both really.
Fan Fiction wise well the options are quite literally limitless.
Pairings in Batman comics
Quite frankly nope, I do not support this. Simply Talia al Ghul never could make up her mind on choosing between Bruce or her father which led it to a quite unhealthy and toxic relationship.
Plus, I do not support a relationship of any kind where rape was forced on their partner ever. In this case it's Talia raping Bruce to get Damien.
This the pairing I’m the most fine with and they do make the most sense. Just from very similar personalities of fighting their inner darkness, some of the best chemistry and understand each other in a way very few others can.
Basically they are Oliver/Sara to sum it up.
Why Felicity Smoak is such a disliked character:
If you do not watch Arrow, do not read any further.
Felicity was once a near unanimously likable character. So what happened, how did her character take such a turn for the worst? I attempt here to explain why I think she has become one of the most hated characters in television history.
She is an inconsistent character: In the first season, Felicity was so likable because she was funny, quirky, geeky, and babbled uncontrollably, which was honestly amusing.
The problems for her character started in early season two. In moments when she would have previously shown Oliver support and offered him counsel, she out of nowhere starts tearing him down instead. This becomes a recurring theme every time he would do something she disagreed with over the next seasons. Felicity also started out as the character who was not okay with Oliver killing, she absolutely loathed it in fact. Then in season three, out of nowhere, she becomes the character who tells Oliver who he should and shouldn't kill. I would not be so critical of this if it made sense, if they showed Felicity learning that sometimes there is no alternative but to kill. But they didn't and it makes no sense how Felicity does this complete 180 on this matter. In addition, all the little quirks and qualities that made Felicity so likable originally were completely removed overtime. The seemed to learn their lesson in season five and tried turning her back into who she used to be, even if they seemed to be trying too hard. But they once again proved the inconsistency of Felicity's character by turning her back into the character she was in seasons three and four.
The way she treats Oliver: Honestly, Felicity has to be one of the worst girlfriends in television history. No self respecting man, no, person, would put up with the crap she pulls. Felicity does not support Oliver. Well, scratch that. She supports Oliver so long as it is something she agrees with. But if not, then she is the least supportive person alive. And she makes no attempt to hide it or be nice about it. This goes into the tearing Oliver down part I mentioned earlier. When she disagrees with Oliver, the way she talks to him is so full of condescension that it is honestly baffling how Oliver or anyone else does not call her out on it. I will give more examples of this in later parts of this, but the worst she has ever treated him is when Oliver invited her mother to town and after they broke up. Both times, Felicity repeatedly makes these snippy little comments, insulting and degrading Oliver in front of everyone. That is not okay. In fact, I can tell you from experience that that is emotional and verbal abuse. How no one said anything or stood up for Oliver is honestly baffling. If this was a soap opera where Felicity was just introduced as Oliver's new girlfriend with no prior knowledge of Felicity, the fan-base would be blowing up with how much they hated Felicity.
Her selfishness: Felicity honestly must be one of the most self centered characters in the show. Her mother worked so hard to support her, working two jobs to get her through school and possibly college, since it is never pointed out or clarified if Felicity got into MIT because of a scholarship or not. And Felicity does not seem to appreciate anything her mother has done and treats Donna with such disrespect, basically calling her a whore in Donna's first appearance and kind of implying in season two that Donna was a bad mother. She is also very selfish in her relationship with Oliver, the best example being the first time Oliver found out about his son. She had no right to be upset with Oliver. I mean, she certainly had a right to be surprised but not upset. Oliver had just found about his son less than a day ago, he had not even had time to process this news emotionally. And Felicity throws this big temper tantrum because Oliver did not come right away to tell her. The world does not revolve around Felicity Smoak people.
Her hypocrisy: Felicity is a big hypocrite on a lot of issues, but the biggest one is about trust and lying. She thinks lying to her is the worst thing anyone can ever do, but she does not seem to have any problem doing it herself. In season three, she helps her then boyfriend Ray build a super suit to help him fight crime. Something that, in all actuality, could have gotten him killed. It is not just a right, it is her obligation as a member of Oliver's team to tell him and the others. But, for months, she was completely silent. That is a huge betrayal of the team's trust and what makes it worse is when she eventually came clean. When Oliver was being framed for murder, Ray announced he would do everything he could to bring him to justice. Felicity had to have known he would use the suit and you'd think she would mention something like that to Oliver. But no, she is still completely silent on the matter until Ray knows who Oliver is and is ready to turn him in. Another big example is in season four, the entire time she was away with Oliver, she has been helping the team behind his back. And a rather telling thing is Oliver's reaction. Instead of getting mad like a five year old, Oliver handles the situation like an adult.
And the most telling example of Felicity's hypocrisy is her current storyline in Arrow season 5. Felicity is now working with a terrorist organization and lying to Oliver about it while lecturing him about needing to trust people.
That is why I think Felicity is such an unlikable character these days. Felicity does not seem to want to admit to her mistakes and no one is willing to call her out on it. Which has been detrimental to Felicity as a character and the show as a whole.
The problems with WestAllen
It's pretty sad when the comic book show goes with the comic pairing to not make the mistake Arrow has made with Felicity, and manages to make WestAllen as messed up as Olicity for varying reasons.
It turns Barry into a stalker: Barry seems obsessed with the idea of being with Iris, to the point he is so fixated on her that he sabotages any chance of another romantic relationship, like with Linda Parker, Patty Spivot, or Caitlin Snow. And there is nothing to really justify Barry's obsession because this isn't like someone who can't get over a failed relationship, it's an obsession. Plus Barry when under the influence of a metahuman who can control people with their rage attacks Eddie Thrawn and talks about Iris like she's a object to posses instead of a person yeah that is screwed up.
Frankly, Barry's behavior would normally be grounds for a restraining order.
Iris does not understand Barry and doesn't want to, apparently: The show certainly tries to make it seem like Iris knows Barry better than anyone else, but it's little more than a gaslight trick. If she did, she'd have realized long before Barry told her that he had feelings for her. If she knew Barry at all, she would have at the very least suspected long before finding our he was The Flash that there was something going on with him. It's clear from her actions from when Barry lost his memories and her anger at him over going into the Speed Force(To save the city from being destroyed and killing them all, by the way) that she does not truly understand the burden Barry Allen bears as the city's protector. She can walk away anytime she wants, Barry can't. Not because of his powers, but its because of who he is at his core as Barry Allen. Since she does not understand that, she does not understand who Barry really is.
Iris kinda treats Barry badly: Throughout season one, we see multiple occasions where Iris all but throws herself at Barry despite being with Eddie, then she uses being with Eddie as an excuse not to be with Barry, crushing poor Barry's heart. When Iris first finds out about Barry being the Flash, she raves at him and then blames him for Eddie being gone and then for Joe getting kidnapped by Grodd. While everyone on Team Flash was working to bring Barry back from the Speed Force, Iris didn't want him back. She didn't even want to give him the dignity of being cleaned up. After Barry comes back from the Speed Force, she brings him to counseling, when she knows Barry hates shrinks, and blames him for leaving her when she knows he had no choice and Barry can't defend himself, because he would expose his secret.
Iris is just not good for Barry: The moment Iris and Barry got together, Barry became this selfish jackass who only cared about Iris. Everything and everyone else was a distant second. Where previously, he was seen several times in each season spending time with Caitlin and Cisco, now he only spends time with Iris unless it's business. Then, he becomes someone who for the most part, bows to Iris' whims. Whichever way you look at it, Barry becomes the worst version of himself when he is with Iris.
Add on: I'm pretty sure she sabotaged Barry's developing relationship with Linda on purpose: Call me crazy, but I can't help but think every time I look back at those scenarios in Season 1 that Iris purposely tried to ruin Barry's relationship with Linda. I mean, she told Linda that Barry had feelings for Iris, and when that didn't work, she blatantly flirted with Barry on their two couples double date.
Why The Dark Knight is the most overrated Superhero film of all time:
The Joker/Batman plot is absolute perfection and the ending is pretty satisfying, but everything else is just a mess.
Boring arguments: Batman, Gordon, and Dent repeatedly meet on rooftops to argue about the corruption in the system and how much they don't trust each other. And these scenes aren't interesting or compelling, they're boring. The more times you've seen the film, the more boring they get. I personally almost fall asleep during these scenes by this point.
Rachel is an unlikable female lead: She strings along both Harvey and Bruce, cheating on Harvey by kissing Bruce and giving Bruce hope only to yank the rug out from under him by telling him 'Sorry, but I'm gonna be with Harvey instead' in a letter of all things. And she's a bitch to both of them about their respective attempts to save Gotham. Honestly, what either of them see in her is beyond me. And then she's turned into a plot device to turn Harvey into Two-face, which brings me to my next point.
Harvey's transformation into Two-face: In the comics, Two-face is this ruthless crime lord who will cut down anyone who stands in his way. But in the film, he's reduced to this big baby whining about how his girlfriend died. And ultimately, it doesn't work because you just want to pour Harvey a drink and say 'dude, she's not worth it.'
It's more like a horror film: Listen I have no problem with dark and serious subject matter in a film. Batman Begins and The Dark Knight Rises are good examples of how to do this but put simply the film is just off the rails to the extent is reminds me of a horror film more then anything else.
Stories I have currently in progress and are my primary focus at the moment:
I have decided I still will post on here as a secondary site because I do like this site when it's not causing me frustrating tech issues. Meaning that not everything I post on A03 will be posted on here. At times I may wait until an entire story is posted on A03 before I even start posting it on Fanfiction net.
Which when this site does have it's technical issues like the reviews going down for example which I know despite my best hoping, it will occur again at some point I simply won't post anything. I'll just wait until however long it takes for the tech people to fix the problem.
I saw this on another person's profile and felt that I should post it.
See that boy doing his homework in homeroom? Last night he talked His friend out of suicide.
See that girl you just called fat? She is starving herself.
See that old man you made fun of cause of the ugly scars? He fought for our country.
See that young boy you made fun of for always being sick? He has to walk home in the snow cause his family is too poor.
Re-Post this if you are against bullying. I bet 95% of you won't.