Iron Woobie
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Joined 12-17-13, id: 5394149, Profile Updated: 06-08-15
Author has written 5 stories for Young Justice.

Hi everyone! I'm Iron Woobie. I'm relatively new to FanFiction, but the online community has made me feel at home, so I'm here to stay. Here on my profile page, I will have a brief introduction, and at the bottom I will give some more information about the stories that I'm writing.

The username? Google it. It basically sums up my entire writing genre. I like writing Hurt/Comfort, Suspense/Mystery, Friendship, and Family stories because I can generally get the most mileage out of them. If I include any Romance, it's (almost always) just to boost the main plot. (I'm not really into all that lovey-dovey kissy stuff, if you catch my drift. I like action and epic bromances best.) Currently, my chapters have been averaging around 7K or 8K words apiece, but that can vary upwards or downwards depending on the story's plot.

Above all, all of my stories will work from CANON. If it's not realistic and/or doesn't match up with the source material (TV shows, comics, books, etc.), then I won't dare to write it. Why? Because I figure that the reason we're in these fandoms is because we like the source material the way the authors wrote it in the first place. I don't think I have the right to mess with that too much. That's why none of my stories will be AU, and VERY RARELY would I ever try a crossover, unless it made sense in canon.

So which fandoms do I love? Young Justice, Justice League, Avengers, Teen Titans, Avatar: The Last Airbender... You know what? Basically anything that involves superheroes, superpowers or awesome skills, teens who save the world, or teams that save the world. (You can guess why that makes Young Justice my favorite show of all time.)

And as for me, I'm an 18-year-old college undergrad somewhere in the United States, currently majoring in Applied Math: Statistics and minoring in Music. My current focus is working on the Outlier series, but I occasionally make one-shots to get those creative juices flowing. I try not to set goals for finishing Outlier because I get burned out that way, and then I end up breaking promises to "update soon!" and then there's a 10 month hiatus or something, and... nobody likes that! So the story-writing go at it's own pace.


"What are the Odds?" (4 Stories):

  1. Outlier - Teachers. The Team. The Rogues. Loved ones. Injuries. Speed. Secret identity. Between all the balls Wally juggled, it was remarkable that he'd even made it this far... They say that speedsters have ridiculous good luck, until they don't. By now, Wally West is an outlier, a fluke, and his good luck has reached its limit. So naturally, karma likes to strike back with a vengeance. (Takes place during Season 1.)
  2. Variable - (Takes place between Seasons 1 and 2.)
  3. Limits - (Takes place during Season 2.)
  4. Infinity - (Takes place following Season 2.)

Currently In-Progress: Outlier

One-Shots: (independent of each other)

  1. Here Is What I Know - A peek into our favorite young speedster's consciousness as he's locked in his perpetual sprint. The ginger has been doing this for quite some time, and when he's bordering on an existential crisis and doing his best to dodge a total meltdown, the logical scientist in him comes out. "Keep it together, Wall-man, think it through. This is what you know..." Post-Endgame.
  2. Nine In All - A strange part of him was hoping Barry would contradict him, come up with some bizarre speedster theory of how the guy could dig his way up from six feet under and start running around the world again. Hoping for a miracle or something. But… Dick had to face the fact of reality. Sometimes the good guys just can't get back up again. T for references to character death.
  3. Year 2000 - It's the year 2000, and Barry Allen has just started his career as Central City's resident speedster, the Flash. Fresh out of college and adjusting to life, he's got the woman of his dreams, the best bromance any dude could hope for, villains who keep him on his toes, and Wally - an incredible tiny friend that almost intimidates him with his intelligence. Now a series of Oneshots.
  4. Sizzle - It's sometimes easy to forget that Wally and Artemis were friends before they were lovers, and that sometimes, even the term "friends" was a stretch. After all, there's a reason why they're referred to by the name of "Spitfire." A reflection on the nuances of Wally's relationship with Artemis. Freeform, oneshot.

Above all, I cannot stress how much I appreciate it if you leave reviews! I read them all, and they give me the inspiration I need to keep writing! I welcome constructive criticism and value accuracy, so if you see mistakes, feel free to let me know!

Yours,

Iron Woobie

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Year 2000 reviews
It's the year 2000, and Barry Allen has just started his career as Central City's resident speedster, the Flash. Fresh out of college and adjusting to life, he's got the woman of his dreams, the best bromance any dude could hope for, villains who keep him on his toes, and Wally - an incredible tiny friend that almost intimidates him with his intelligence. Now a series of Oneshots.
Young Justice - Rated: T - English - Friendship/Family - Chapters: 3 - Words: 8,995 - Reviews: 27 - Favs: 37 - Follows: 36 - Updated: 6/16 - Published: 5/24 - Wally W./Kid Flash, Barry A./Flash, Hal J./Green Lantern, Iris W.
Outlier reviews
Teachers. The Team. The Rogues. Loved ones. Injuries. Speed. Secret identity. Between all the balls Wally juggled, it was remarkable that he'd even made it this far. They say that speedsters have ridiculous good luck, until they don't. By now, Wally West is an outlier, and his good luck is running out. So naturally, karma likes to strike back with a vengeance. Season 1, Canon.
Young Justice - Rated: T - English - Suspense/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 15 - Words: 101,259 - Reviews: 255 - Favs: 244 - Follows: 311 - Updated: 6/13 - Published: 12/17/2013 - Richard G./Nightwing, Wally W./Kid Flash, Barry A./Flash, Richard G./Robin
Sizzle reviews
It's sometimes easy to forget that Wally and Artemis were friends before they were lovers, and that sometimes, even the term "friends" was a stretch. After all, there's a reason why they're referred to by the name of "Spitfire." A reflection on the nuances of Wally's relationship with Artemis. Freeform, oneshot.
Young Justice - Rated: K+ - English - Hurt/Comfort/Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,075 - Reviews: 1 - Favs: 2 - Published: 6/8 - Wally W./Kid Flash, Artemis C./Artemis - Complete
Nine In All reviews
A strange part of him was hoping Barry would contradict him, come up with some bizarre speedster theory of how the guy could dig his way up from six feet under and start running around the world again. Hoping for a miracle or something. But… Dick had to face the fact of reality. Sometimes the good guys just can't get back up again. T for references to character death. One-shot.
Young Justice - Rated: T - English - Hurt/Comfort/Tragedy - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,287 - Reviews: 12 - Favs: 17 - Follows: 6 - Published: 5/7/2014 - Richard G./Nightwing, Wally W./Kid Flash, Barry A./Flash - Complete
Here Is What I Know reviews
A peek into our favorite young speedster's consciousness as he's locked in his perpetual sprint. The ginger has been doing this for quite some time, and when he's bordering on an existential crisis and doing his best to dodge a total meltdown, the logical scientist in him comes out. "Keep it together, Wall-man, think it through. This is what you know..." Post-Endgame, One-shot.
Young Justice - Rated: T - English - Hurt/Comfort/Angst - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,396 - Reviews: 6 - Favs: 7 - Follows: 5 - Published: 2/4/2014 - Wally W./Kid Flash - Complete