Author has written 10 stories for Gundam Wing/AC, Outlaw Star, Archer, Evangelion, Wreck-It Ralph, Star Wars, Ghost in the Shell, and Starblazers.
I've recently completed the weird, whimsical, and off-beat story A Terran in the Ctarl-Ctarl Empire, which will likely be my last venture into Outlaw Star for a while now, and want to thank everyone for their support. I'm not completely happy with how it turned out, but given the lack of planning compared to other stories, and the strangeness of the narrative itself, along with the fairly large amounts that were ultimately cut out in the interests of sense and sanity, I think it could be a good bit worse!
I'm continuing with Soldier of OZ: Walker's Account, or as I've taken to calling it myself, Shin Kido Senki Gundam W: OZ-hei - Kiroku no Walker (新機動戦記ガンダムW: OZ兵 - 記録のワーカー) in the fine tradition of Gundam Wing-related materials with long titles that may or may not make any sense. That aside, it's still the narrative I'm most proud of, and I think it's coming onto its own quite well, as I try to retain focus on the lead character while keeping the story moving and interesting. I've also started with a passion of mine, Masamune Shiro's interrelated manga set in the city of Niihama, and creating a story combining the worlds of the New Dominion Tank Police and Stand Alone Complex anime through a pair of my favorite characters, the infamous Puma Twins. I've been a huge fan of Ghost in the Shell since I read the manga coming on 20 years ago, and it's taken a long time actually to settle with an idea I could be enthusiastic about!
Soldier of OZ: Walker's Account (Gundam Wing) - A reasonably serious retelling of the series through the perspective of a particular OZ mobile suit pilot and his comrades, with an added effort to both historically explain the circumstances leading up to the series better alongside some heavy technical/logistical examination of mobile suit warfare in the After Colony period. A very large, accordingly military-related cast rounds that out.
Remarkable Behaviors (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex; New Dominion) - The origin story of the two gun-totting synthetic twin sisters, Anna and Uni Puma, before becoming the muscle of Buaku's gang as it terrorized Niihama. A major part of that is taking the shared world of the manga (both sisters appear briefly in the Ghost in the Shell manga), and extended that to the anime (the New Dominion OVA and Stand Alone Complex TV series respectively), as well as filling in the gaps of the nuclear Third World War that ultimately split the United States and the rise of the "Japanese miracle."
Associations of Antagonists Anonymous (Wreck-It Ralph) - A slice-of-life story, this one a first-person narrative driven by a displeased endgame boss from a air combat arcade game who attends Bad-Anon's meetings. Heavy on the references to SNK characters. I'm shocked at the positive reception so far, considering how easy it is to write!