Author has written 131 stories for Batman, Sailor Moon, Harry Potter, Batman Begins/Dark Knight, Batman the Animated Series, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Red Eye, Batman, Hellraiser, Halloween, Justice League, Misc. Movies, Kill Bill, DC Superheroes, Misc. Books, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, and Animorphs.
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The CATverse is currently undergoing an extensive overhaul. (Slowly. Very, very slowly.) Besides bringing the quality of the older stories up to standard and filling in continuity flubs, we are adding trigger warnings where appropriate, and removing much of the language that we find that is misogynist, homophobic, ableist, racist, victim blaming, slut shaming, rape culture-y, or otherwise offensive. I apologize for not having realized years ago how hurtful simple words can be. Some dialogue, especially Al's, will remain unchanged if we feel it is appropriate to the character and situation. In those cases, we will try to make it more clear that we don't condone such attitudes, as long as doing so doesn't bring the story to a halt. I would appreciate any feedback on this point.
This trigger warning stands for the whole series at least until such time as editing is complete:
The CATverse is not a series about nice people, and it is not about good people. These characters all, to some degree, lack normal empathy. There will be violence, some of it done to people who do not deserve it and/or can't fight back. There may, very rarely, be harm to children. There is very little sex; most of that happens offscreen, and none of it is graphic, but kinky themes may occasionally be mentioned. There is absolutely no rape, but there will be actions and attitudes that approach it. (Once again, I apologize for not providing better context for such scenes.) There are some discussions of mental illness and abuse, often drawn from the authors' personal experience, which may be triggering but which we hope at least will be accurate. And everybody's favorite misanthrope will display some misogynistic attitudes, more so toward the beginning of the series.
Besides that, the CATverse is a comedy series, but it's black comedy more often than not. You have been warned.
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