I'm currently a college student studying Biology. I've been a fan of superheroes, science fiction, and fantasy stories for as long as I can remember.
The first story I posted here was Justice League: War Zone. It was only ten chapters and while people seemed to enjoy it I felt that it was missing something and I plan on rewriting it eventually.
My Dragon Ball Z epic, Empire, seems to be going very well. There are twelve chapters up now and all the reviews are very positive. Here's quick synopsis for those of you that may still be on the fence: A colony of Saiyans, sent into special training on a secluded world by King Vegeta before Frieza destroyed their home planet, travels to Earth after locating Vegeta. Vegeta is declared King and the rebuilding of the Saiyan Empire begins, but not without a number of obstacles.
For those of you that are wondering what's going on with the story since I haven't updated in some time, let me just say that I will definatly be continuing with it at some point. I just haven't had the time to focus my thoughts and to be honest, I am not sure where I want to go exactly with the rest of the story. I am willing to hear some suggestions on the matter, so feel free to leave me a personal message.
I saw the Transfomers movie that came out over the summer, and although it got mixed reviews and many of the die hard G1 fans weren't pleased, I thought that it was great and I had a lot of fun watching it. It brought me back to a simpler time in my life. It inspired me to begin to put together a story that is loosly inspired by the movie. You see, I don't like writing stories that are sequels to movies when I know that a sequel movie is inevitable. The working title for now is Transformers: Extinction.
I was flipping through the channels a couple of weeks ago when I noticed Sci-Fi was doing an Outer Limits marathon. For those of you that don't know, Outer Limits is a television show with a similar structure as The Twilight Zone, in that each episode tells a separate "one-shot" story. However, unlike the Twilight Zone, the plot has a science-fiction theme as opposed to them just saying that this is a special world where weird stuff just happens sometimes and we just roll with it. Anyway, I have had a few random story ideas rattling around in my head for a while and after watching the Outer Limits for the first time, I believe that they would fit nicely into the OL category.