Author has written 12 stories for Godzilla, Battlestar Galactica: 2003, Exosquad, Gamera, Gundam UC, World in Conflict, and Gundam 00.
Interest: Anime, Music, Military History, movie monsters, writing, etc.
Note: I got the name of Admiral Larsen from working on a previous Godzilla story back when I was in 7th grade and the main character of that particular story went by the name of Admiral James Larsen.
Present status: If anyone is wondering why I haven't been working on any stories here is that I have been busy with other matters. Among them is the fact (and this is for those who watch the Godzilla series) is that I am helping out on a site called tohokingdom.
Future writing plans:
Considering another attempt to write about the first three months of the Dominon War (as seen on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine).
A crack at other anime shows such as Crest/Banner of the Stars, Ronin Warriors, and Ghost in the Shell.
Favorite Authors. Tom Clancy (writer of the Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games, Sum of All Fears, Rainbow Six and others as well as the legendary techno-thriller warlord) J.R.R. Tolkein (creator of the legendary Lord of the Rings which I do regret that I didn't read earlier in my younger days).
Favorite music composers: Yoko Kanno, Yuki Kaijura (seeing her perform at AX 2003 restored my faith in the human spirit and one of her songs "Open Your Heart" is one of my all time favorites), Akira Ifukube (legendary composer from the Godzilla movies).
Favorite TV shows: Babylon 5, Star Trek (TNG and DS9), and the bloody excellent BattleStar Galactica from the Sci-fi channel.
Favorite all time war movies: Tora, Tora, Tora (The true film story on the attack on Pearl Harbor) and Black Hawk Down (the film that truly changed the face of war movies for trying to get into the heads of soldiers dropped into a madhouse and what it takes to survive). Those that have not watched Black Hawk Down should do so right now.
Favorite Historical documentary: Battlefield (although its latter versions are much more like the regular WW II documentaries, the first two in the series as well as the third one that talks specifically about the Vietnam war are the reasons why Battlefield has earned its reputation as one of the finest war documentaries of all time).
Honorable mention for war films: Ike: Countdown to D-day. A facisnating film about the ninety days that lead up to the greatest invasion in military history. With an excellent cast lead by a stunningly excellent Tom Selleck as General Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Grandest movie legacy: the Godzilla series (it has fought its way back from despair many times and done it with grand style and will continue to do so).
Noticible entertainment legacies: the films of Akira Kurosawa (so many good films), Star Wars, Star Trek, LOTR movie trilogy, etc.
PS: For those who put my stories on their favorites list, it would help if you reviewed please (and if even more possible then leave very detailed ones as well). It's that important to me.