Author has written 25 stories for Penguins of Madagascar, Mr. Young, Powerpuff Girls, Pokémon, Phineas and Ferb, Skylanders, Fairly OddParents, Star Vs. The Forces of Evil, and Gravity Falls.
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Stuff About Me
Real Name: What Zit Tooya
Birthday: February 10
Favorite Color: Blue
Favorite Shows: Gravity Falls, Courage the Cowardly Dog
Favorite Movie: Baby's Day Out
Favorite Books: Soundless by Richelle Mead, Journal 3 by Alex Hirsch, "Warriors" series by Erin Hunter
Favorite Band/Artist: Evanescence
Favorite Song: Imaginary (from the album, "Fallen") by Evanescence
Ideas for "The Anti-Fairies"
Misadventures in Babysitting: After making a bet with Anti-Cosmo, Timmy must babysit Poof, who is cranky from missing his nap, and Foop, who is hyper from taking an extra long one.
Our Darkest Hour (So Far): (Inspired by The Mark by Danny'sGhostGirl) Doombringer creates a virus that threatens to wipe out all magical creatures. When Foop is the first infected, it's a race against the clock to save him and all the universe's magic.
Hidden in Plain Sight: When Foop's parents are forced into hiding, Foop gets Timmy and Chloe to help him clear his parents' names.
Lucky 13: (Crossover with Milo Murphy's Law) The gang head down to Earth try and give bad luck to a boy who only ever has good luck on Friday the Thirteenth.
Goodbye, Kitty: Tired of Kitty stealing his father's attention, Foop lures her into the sewer and abandons her there. Afterwards, Foop deals with guilt over the matter, and Kitty must find a way home with the help of a new friend.
Cat Fight: Catman convinces Kitty to fight crime alongside him. Seeing that this keeps her from Anti-Cosmo, Foop creates an arch nemesis to keep them busy.
Flipsie, Come Home: Dark Laser's toy dog, Flipsie, goes missing, so he forces Foop and Crocker to help him search for it.
Stranger Reality: A hoard of magical insects swamp Anti-Fairy World, causing anti-fairies to hallucinate their deepest fears and guilt.
This is Not a Drill: Foop takes some new kids on a tour of the school, but things go south when he accidentally sets off the fire alarm.
Forest Chumps: Anti-Wanda takes Foop, Crocker, and Dark Laser on a tour of the forest and introduces them to some of the strange creatures that live there.
A Tender Age: Foop begins the process of forming a humanoid body, which causes his magic to go haywire.
Crystal Clear: Anti-Wanda makes a new friend who just might know the truth behind Anti-Cosmo's mother's hatred of him.
Let There Be Light: Wanda tells Timmy the story of why Fairy GodParents are only assigned to Earth kids.
The Halo Effect: A look into the mind of Foop's "split personality," where he came from, and how he gains a body of his own.
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