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Author has written 10 stories for Marvel, Sanctuary, Harry Potter, Doctor Who, Captain America, Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, and Sherlock Holmes.
Note please! :) This writer has a facebook page under the name of Musicwolf7's Madness! Feel free to like for posts on updates as well as other stuff! I can't guarantee the frequency of my updates while in school, but I'm there. Also willing to share stuff so long as it's not too badly rated, and by badly rated I mean the extreme M's.
Umm... How to introduce one's self? Well... I'm a 21 something year old Aspie (Aspergers/Autistic) who's a female German, English, Irish, Scottish, Italian, French, Cherokee (Over half German) American music and English student (ha, sorry had to do that) who works for the college paper as a staff writer and photographer and also for the theater and media services. My German, which surfaces a lot, is far from fluent, but I'm working on it... Also going to attempt at least French and Italian, but I would like to learn more, like Latin for example. I'm an alto 2 in our choir, and I currently play the guitar, piano, and I'm learning the alto sax... I like to write. I like to draw/sketch/illustrate/paint... My goal is to teach at the college level, hopefully something in music. And, well, here's a bit about me as far as my likes. Yes, I'm bit of an overachiever, I get it. This seems to be the kinda thing people put in their profiles though, so I'm following suit.
People... Would admire be the right word?: Jesus, Colonel Stauffenberg, Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen (Red Baron), Nikola Tesla (the real one, and the fake one), Wolfgang A. Mozart, Ludwig V. Beethoven, Douglas Adams, Stan Lee, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Doctor, Sherlock Holmes (Not real but I don't care), Tony Stark... Lots of family members and friends and mentors...
Things I like to read/authors I like: God, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Thomas Pynchon, Douglas Adams, J. K. Rowling, P.G. Wodehouse, Daniel Handler/Lemony Snicket (Posing as Daniel Handler, who is posing as Lemony Snicket)... From what I've read, Hans Helmut Kirst is okay, again, anything MARVEL or DC, books on WWII history, Jim Davis, In short I like a lot of books and comics, providing they're not romance or drama. Gak. That may sound childish, but it's true. Oh, and I love most all stuff Sherlock Holmes. Hey, I even like textbooks. Gimmie, gimmie, gimmie... If it's interesting at all I'll read it. Just as long as it's not a romance novel.
TV shows and movies I like: Anything Sherlock Holmes, Dark Shadows (the original and the movie (original with Mr. Frid and the new one with Mr. Depp, I don't really like the other one), Doctor Who, Haven, Eureka, Sanctuary, Warehouse 13, Defiance, X-Files, Anything MARVEL or DC, Monty Python, Fawlty Towers, Jeeves and Wooster, House M.D., History channel, Military channel, NCIS, anything MARVEL or DC, MIB, Prometheus... I could go on, but you and I would both get bored.
Music I like: Almost everything. I like almost everything. Jazz being somewhere near the top of the list.
Interests: Fine art (music, art, dance, language, the written word, photography, theater, food, architecture, sculptures, etc), Science (Physics and biology in particular with a strong interest in neuroscience), Psychology, History, martial arts and comic books. I'm also fairly good with computers.
Favorite characters: Oh goodness... Umm... Red Skull, Magneto, Doctor Doom, Baron Strucker, Nick Fury, Black Widow (Natasha/Natalia), Psylocke, Iron Man/Tony Stark, Doctor Strange, Deadpool, Nightcrawler, Rouge, Mystique, Wolverine, Steve Rogers/Captain America, Taskmaster, Loki, the Joker, Batman, Scarecrow, Harvey Dent/Two Face, the Riddler, Hellboy, Kroenen, Abe Sapien, Johann Kraus, Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, Professor Moriarty, Barnabas Collins, The Doctor, Professor Snape, Harry Potter, Albus Dumbledore, Minerva McGonagall, Trelawny (Mainly for the comic relief, same reason I like Filch and Peeves), Fred and George Weasley, Lupin and Tonks, Mr. Ollivander, Luna Lovegood, Neville Longbottom, Gandalf, Elrond, Blade (from Puppet Master), Nikola Tesla, Arthur Dent, Dr. House, Perry the platypus, Ripley (from the Alien series), David 8, Jack Frost... I'm going to quit while I'm ahead... This could be lengthily...
My thoughts on my dx: Keep your cure, humans!
Things that might surprise you: I'm a Hufflepuff on Pottermore. I like loyalty and honesty. My screen name is HowlSeeker6771. I'm good friend's with a Slytherin. :D
Other stuff: Pizza, mountain dew, wolves, large cats, birds, fish, tarantulas, some flavors of Gatorade... Why am I listing this stuff? O.o I guess basically to just kinda give an idea of what kind of person I am... I don't know if I've succeeded, but there you have it. :D Basically I'm the eternal student who moonlights as a comedian. :P Also, you won't see any slash/yaoi in my stories. And no, don't get fussy and start throwing hate words around, I have a few friends that way, but I myself am not.
Community: Laughtw, Jaspar Blood and myself are setting up a community called "Another MARVEL Community, But An Awesome One". In this community we'll post stories that go with the guidelines found here: "Forum For: Another MARVEL Community, But An Awesome One." If you'd like to submit a story please comment on the forum, which is found under a general category as there are a lot of different MARVEL categories, or send a message to one of us. We'd like everyone to check it out. :) There's also a thread we have for sending others challenges and we're going to create a large event of some sort, probably a special challenge at least once every 2-3 months, maybe more. It's brand new and I'm new to this sort of thing, I don't know if the others are but please bare with us as we work out the kinks. Any feedback is greatly appreciated and welcome. No flamers. Thank you! :)
Just some random quotes I happen to like, there is a bunch of these, so if you don't want to read them, although a lot of them are funny or interesting, you could skip to the notes on my stories, or you could skip my entire profile and go straight to my stories below, or you could skip it all. Sup to you.
"And now for something completely different..." - Monty Python
"The first thing you have to realize is that no one knows what they're looking at or what they're listening to. Not you, not me, nobody." -Second/Main adviser
"Freedom above all." - L.V. Beethoven
"Music isn't just orchestras and pop stars and albums and downloads and concerts. It's you! 'cause the music of the Spheres is all around you. When you're on your own, just close your eyes, and you'll hear it. Music, inside your head. 'cause everyone's a musician. Everyone has got a song inside them. Every single one of you. Bye!" -The Doctor
"Then let us all do what is right, strive with all our might toward the unattainable, develop as fully as we can the gifts God has given us and never stop learning." L.V. Beethoven.
“Nor do I hear in my imagination the parts successively, I hear them all at once. What a delight this is! All this inventing, this producing, takes place in a pleasing, lively dream.” - W. A. Mozart
"When you're a kid, they tell you it's all... grow up. Get a job. Get married. Get a house. Have a kid, and that's it. But the truth is, the world is so much stranger than that. It's so much darker. And so much madder. And so much better." -Elton, Doctor Who
"That is the trouble with many inventors; they lack patience. They lack the willingness to work a thing out slowly and clearly and sharply in their mind, so that they can actually 'feel it work.' They want to try their first idea right off; and the result is they use up lots of money and lots of good material, only to find eventually that they are working in the wrong direction. We all make mistakes, and it is better to make them before we begin." -Nikola Tesla
“On more than one occasion you have offended me, but in my qualities both as Christian and philosopher I have always forgiven you and only pitied you for your errors.” -Also Nikola Tesla
“It was the artist, too, who awakened that broad philanthropic spirit which, even in old ages, shone in the teachings of noble reformers and philosophers, that spirit which makes men in all departments and positions work not as much for any material benefit or compensation -- though reason may command this also -- but chiefly for the sake of success, for the pleasure there is in achieving it and for the good they might be able to do thereby to their fellow-men. Through this influence types of men are now pressing forward, impelled by a deep love for their study, men who are doing wonders in their respective branches, whose chief aim and enjoyment is the acquisition and spread of knowledge, men who look far above earthly things, whose banner is Excelsior! Gentlemen, let us honor the artist; let us thank him, let us drink his health!” -Nikola again
“The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane.” -Guess who? Also Tesla
"How often have I said to you that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?" -Sherlock Holmes
"When I can no longer run on my legs, I will walk on my hands." -The Red Baron
"Beneath this mask there is more than flesh. Beneath this mask there is an idea, Mr. Creedy. And ideas are bulletproof." -V
"Perhaps you will find madness preferable to sanity, or death preferable to life?" -Barnabas Collins, Dark Shadows
"Destiny! Destiny! No escaping that for me! Destiny! Destiny! No escaping that for me!" -Young Frankenstein
"Put... the candle... back!" -Young Frankenstein
"I came," she said, "hoping you could talk me out of a fantasy."
"But we can hold our spirits and our bodies so pure and high, we may cherish such thoughts and such ideals, and dream such dreams of lofty purpose, that we can determine and know what manner of men we will be, whenever and wherever the hour strikes and calls to noble action." -Joshua Chamberlain
"Even when you err, it is a thousand times better to err out of conviction than to hide your true opinion to respect some authority." -Houston Stewart Chamberlain
"Scratch me and you will find the nonconformist." -Austen Chamberlain
"Being dead- I've often wondered what it's like. It must have an odd effect, psychologically speaking." -Claus, James Foreman's Valkyrie
Haeften: "What is this stuff?"
Stauffenberg: "Killing doesn't take courage so much as a state of mind, and it's a state of mind that isn't natural to a Christian gentlemen." -J.F. Valkyrie
Stauffenberg: "Listen, I was just wondering if there was some sort of purpose in all this, in my being here, now, crippled as I am. When I was young, I fancied being a farmer. I could swing a scythe as well as anyone in Lautlingen. But not better. Later on I meant to be a musician. I played well enough, but not really well, so I became a soldier. Though I'm not a bloodthirsty man, I think I was meant to be a soldier. I think now I was meant to be wounded." -J.F. Valkyrie.
Stauffenberg: "If I were a plant, I'd grow a new hand!"
"It's Doctor Lebsche, Colonel. Perhaps we could talk a bit. You look better, Stauffenberg."
Not for nothing was 'Anti-Christ' his favourite among George's poems. He would recite it with fervour, his great frame striding up and down the room and his maimed claw of a left hand gesticulating fiercely; his one remaining eye gleaming a vivid blue, a black patch covering the empty socket of the other. The final verses would excite him to particular elation, since, in their fire and venom, they expressed with surpassing eloquence the hate which burned within him and the contempt which he could barely contain for those who would not act: Der Furst des Geziefers verbreitet sein reich. /Kein schatz der ihm mangelt; kein gluck das ihm weicht./Zu grund mit dem rest der emporer!/Ihr jauchzet, entzuckt von de teuflischen schein,/Verprasset was blieb von dem fruheren seim/Und fuhlt erst die not vor dem ende./Dann hangt ihr die zunge am trocknenden trog/Irrt ratlos wie vieh durch den brennenden hof.../Und schrecjlich erschallt die posaune./The Master of Vermin far stretches his realm;/No treasure that fails him, no luck that forsakes.../Destruction take all other rebels!/You clamour, enticed by the devilish show,
"It will be observed that the distinction [between hypothesis and theory] is not such as to prevent a working hypothesis from gliding with the utmost ease into a ruling theory. Affection may as easily cling about a beloved intellectual child when named as a hypothesis as if named a theory, and its establishment in the one guise may become a ruling passion very much as in the other. The historical antecedents and the moral atmosphere associated with the working hypothesis lend some good influence however toward the preservation of its integrity. Conscientiously followed, the method of the working hypothesis is an incalculable advance upon the method of the ruling theory; but it has some serious defects. One of these takes concrete form, as just noted, in the ease with which the hypothesis becomes a controlling idea. To avoid this grave danger, the method of multiple working hypotheses is urged. It differs from the simple working hypothesis in that it distributes the effort and divides the affections... In developing the multiple hypotheses, the effort is to bring up into view every rational exploration of the phenomenon in hand and to develop every tenable hypothesis relative to its nature, cause or origin, and to give to all of these as impartially as possible a working form and a due place in the investigation. The investigator thus becomes the parent of a family of hypotheses; and by his parental relations to all is morally forbidden to fasten his affections unduly upon anyone. In the very nature of the case, the chief danger that springs from affection is counteracted." -Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin
"Before we begin our banquet, I would like to say a few words. And here they are: Nitwit! Blubber! Oddment! Tweak! Thank you." -Albus Dumbledore, HP, SS
Trelawney: "Would anyone like me to help interpret the shadowy realms within their orb?"
Fred Weasley: "Anyone can speak Troll, All you have to do is point and grunt." -HP, GOF
Snape: "The usual rules do not seem to apply to you, Potter. The curse that failed to kill you seems to have forged some kind of connection between you and the Dark Lord. The evidence suggests that at times, when your mind is most relaxed and vulnerable -- when you are asleep, for instance -- you are sharing the Dark Lord's thoughts and emotions. The headmaster thinks it inadvisable for this to continue. He wishes me to teach you how to close your mind to the Dark Lord." -HP, OP
"I suppose the German side wants to keep everything in control, and the Irish side wants to wreak havoc." -Michael Fassbender
"I have a theory that everyone's crazy anyway. And those who think they aren't, are the ones who are even crazier - because they're in denial." -Michael Fassbender
"It's the result that makes the art, not necessarily the process that leads to it. So when Hilary plays Bach, that's the music (but) what you perceive is the art. Is she considering herself as an artist? I don't think so. I think she just puts herself into the craft, into each individual note and ties them together in order to arrive at what the emotion might be. That's one of the biggest problems with the actor. The piece of art -- the person, the performance, everything that leads up to it -- is so difficult to separate from each other." -Christopher Waltz
"If the advice to 'get out' is too late, then my advice would always be read, go to museums, go to concerts. Don't learn life from movies or television." -Christopher Waltz
Joker: "I can answer my questions myself!"
Joker: "But the fish share my unique face! If Colonel what's-his-name can have chickens when they don't even have mustaches-! -And you deny this to me! You can see why I am forced to crime!"
Batman: "I've had just about enough of you for one night-"
Joker: "Yes! Downed by a doughnut! I love Gotham cops!"
Joker: "Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight?"
Joker: "Here he comes, swooping out of the clouds in another of those silly toys he's obsessed with! Batmobile... Batcopter! I wonder if he's got a batpotty at home? And people say I'm crazy?"
Joker: "Well come on, saint fledermaus the grim- time to win another victory for law, order, and Norman Rockwell! But Norman Rockwell's dead, you know."
Batman: "I don't need help."
Bruce Wayne/Batman: "Wacko. Is that a technical term?"
Dick Grayson: (Halfway passed out.) "Leslie?"
Harvey Dent: "What are you?"
Nurse: "Hasn't she suffered enough?"
Kang: "Excellent! Excellent!"
Kang: "There is, after all, no glory in fighting a machine, is there?"
Kang: "I just want to enjoy the moment."
Yes, he had to admit it to himself, it was true he had made similar overtures in the past, and most of those attempts had been quickly disrupted by men and women garbed in outlandish costumes, the retina-damaging colours of which where usually found by only in a child's box of crayons. - The Red Skull musing on his past attempts of world domination in the third book of The Chaos Engine Trilogy.
And as he held the ultimate power in the omniverse, his eyes sparkling with the flames of madness, a quotation crept into the Skull's mind- a passage from a short story composed by an American writer named Edgar Allan Poe that seemed darkly appropriate for the occasion: "'And now was acknowledge the presence of the Red Death,'" he said, his death's head grin growing wider still. "'And one by one dropped the revelers in the blood- bedewed halls of their revel, and died each in the despairing posture of his full. And the life of the ebony clock went out with that of the last of the gay. And the flames of the tripods expired. And Darkness and Decay and the Red Death held illimitable dominion over all..." - The Red Skull, The Chaos Engine Trilogy, book 2.
"Sorry, I've never been very good at taking orders from dictators. Too much bowing and scraping involved in the process for my liking. Tends to wear out the knees of my trousers." -The Doctor to Doctor Doom, The Chaos Engine Trilogy, book 2.
"...But there is something wrong..."
Normally the energy fields generated by a cube gave off a comfortable, even calming buzz that tingled the skin and sent a pleasant chill up the spine. But the cosmic forces that pulsed from this particular device felt more like sharp pricks that jangled the nerves and caused his joints to ache. It was not a sensation that could be experienced by someone who had never held a Cosmic Cube; only a select few, like the Controller, had ever had the privilege.
"Not a sound, my little mouse," the Controller hissed through gritted teeth, his face mere inches from his assistant's, "or, it shall be the last you ever make. I will not be denied my prize because of some drowsy imbecile mistaking me for his mother. Do you understand?" -The Red Skull, TCET, book 2.
Slowly, the Controller stepped into the entrance, expecting some hidden trap to be sprung at any moment, but pleasantly surprised when nothing happened. He reached the courtyard unmolested and then closing his eyes, began to tune out the background noises of the city, opening his senses to the cosmic energies flowing around him.
The Skull started, then shook his head to clear his thoughts. letting his mind wander was a bad habit, one he'd never been able to break despite his best efforts... -TCET, book 3.
Warren: "You'd think we would've found Doom a few seconds after we took care of his zombie squad- but no, we're back to wandering the great white nothing again."
"How did you get here?"
But then he dismissed the notion, recalling that a similar train of thought years ago, with another cube, had caused him to resurrect his foe in order to crow about how he was now Captain America's master. He'd ended up losing four teeth and the cube, and stumbling off the edge of a cliff as he tried to make his escape.
Truth be told, he was not even the beloved figure depicted in the children's fairytales, but he lived on this cold, barren planetoid for so long, plotting his nefarious plans and continually stoking the boilers of his undying hatred for all those he considered lesser beings, that he often felt as though that had become his true identity. He half expected to see a cow leaping above him someday. -Johann, TCET, book 3.
Boris: "I'm always afraid I'll miss out on some new wonderment of yours if I were to go and die without your permission." - Boris to Doctor Doom, TCET, book 1.
The Controller ignored Leonard's panicked expression and slowly shook his head. "That is the trouble with your generation- no desire in your meaningless pathetic lives to try and appreciate the finer things: Art. Music. Dance." - TCET, book 1.
Captain America: "Don't do drugs! Respect the red, white, and blue! ... Canned meat is evil..."
Beak: "Wwaaukk? Everyone can feel pain! Even a dog or a carrot can feel pain!"
Tony Stark: "Give me the exploded view?" -Iron Man
Note: Later... - My favorite kind of caption. Doesn't require much effort to think it up! -Energy-Savin' Stan
Note: No lettered sound effect could do justice to this explosion, so we didn't bother! -Scrupulous Stan
Suddenly, a strange rumbling fills the air. Passerby wonder- is it their imagination, or did the monstrous behemoth move? The question isn't unanswered for long. The behemoth moved. And continues to move. Crushing all in it's path. First comes shock. Then disbelief. Then over-powering awe. Then the gut-wrenching, mind-blasting, city-wide terror! Within seconds, the streets of Los Angeles turn into Bedlam. People run mindlessly, aimlessly. With only one thought-escape. -Stan Lee's Just Imagine!
Storm: "I'm a weather witch, not a snow plow!"
Wolverine: (To Hulk) "Dude, you slipping up one of your like two catch phrases just doesn't seem right..." -SHS
Hulk: "Phone loud, but Hulk louder then phone! RING! RING! RING! AHHHHHH!" -SHS
Vic, SHS: "Junk mail... Junk mail... Friend request from Magneto..."
Tony, SHS: (To Victor.) "A suit of armor? That's the dumbest thing I've ever... Nevermind..."
Red, SHS: (Running away from Cappy after he stole a fractal) "Auf weidersen! Until we meet again! Don't know where, don't know when!"
Thor, SHS: "By Odin's mighty sporck!"
Red Skull, SHS, to Steve: "And I can't believe you're still wearing that hideous outfit with the little wings that go flippity flippity flippity..."
Falcon, SHS: "Dormamu and the mindless ones! I have all your albums!"
MODOK: "I'll teach them the meaning of 'fight!'"
Johann: "It tortures you that you where created to defeat him... And you never had your chance."
Then, with astonishing speed, the desperate figure takes the only course of action open, and crashes through a silicon screen, into an alpha-partical reactor cube...* -* Wha'd he say? - Stumped Stan
Lukin: "This is madness, Skull!"
Johann: "I will NOT go insane. I WILL not go insane. I will not GO insane. I will not go INSANE. Ground. Solid ground at last..."
Johann: "This thing you seek... I know where it is... My enemy has it... Which makes him your enemy also... And that makes me your friend."
Strange: "We shall seek you out and smash you!"
Steve: "But it is! I've sensed it all along! I just wouldn't let myself believe it!"
Johann: "Put that ridiculous thing down- It can't harm me now. I'm not the Red Skull anymore-I'm the dead skull! Hahaha!"
Johann: "That shield! That accursed shield! I can't let it defeat me again!" Odd that, at so fateful and instant, I became more obsessed with the shield than with the human fighting machine that wielded it...
Johann: "Alas, poor Mikhail... You knew him well."
Johann: "Seeing your nation with fresh eyes, my dear Captain America, I assure you- you've lost your war. It just happened so slowly you grew accustomed to it. But if you look to your heart, you will realize the truth. You're no longer fighting to preserve this rancid nation- you're fighting to change it back. To add some semblance of sanity to an incurably sick culture that breeds only parasites, greedy polluters and psychotic madmen. A hopeless struggle you continue out of habit. You imagine if you fight hard enough one day you will wrest control from the bankers who own you and return this nation to its former glory. Clean streets, honest neighbors, attractive wives, green lawns... But in reality this is and will remain your America. An uneducated population fixated on competition material wealth and voyeurism. Violent monsters doused in antibiotics to offset their diet of sugary sweet drink and mounds of carcinogenic cow flesh! This is what you fight for!"
Cap: "Eat some dirt! It may be the last thing we ever taste!"
Erskine: "What am I thinking? You have surgery tomorrow."
"Just think how I might've turned out. I might've wound up a pastry chef." -Wolverine
Little girl: "Are you Spider Man?"
Baron Strucker: "I'm not sure you're the person to be determining what is and what is not the reality of our situations... What is it these days? Thorazine, Lamictal... Maybe a few Xanax? Norman Osborn- Great achievements in mental illness."
Baron Strucker: "I have a problem..."
Baron Strucker: "It is my sincere hope you fail to see the wisdom of surrender."
Johann: (examining Cap's shield): "He was armed only with this? It's light as a feather..."
Johann (Opens a club) "My dear von Strucker, I have designed this facility with state-of-the-art security, and everyone who enters the premises is throughly scanned. You need not worry about your safety here. I assure you I am not worried about mine."
"Excelsior!" -Stan Lee
"I got this... memory thing. I pick up anyone's moves just be seein' 'em. That's a lotta data. More'n my brain's got room for, I guess. So I... forget things. Things that ain't about combat about survival. People, places... I can't remember what I did last week. By Monday, I probably won't remember this conversation. I wanted ta fight you 'cause... I thought if I remembered your moves, I might remember you." -Taskmaster
"Do you want some advice? Run. Forget all this. Walk away and never look back. Because once you find the answers you're looking for, there's no going back. Sometimes it's better to forget." -Taskmaster
"I didn't let you beat me, Wade. I mean, I shoved my sword through your chest! Truth is... You're that good. You've always been that good. Which won't even get you a cup of coffee until you figure out how to be a professional..." -Taskmaster
Taskmaster: "You want me to do... What?"
"I gotta say. Fighting you? Want to talk about a fighting style I could have lived a lifetime without memorizing? It's yours. Never met a punch you wouldn't rather take than a dodge, have you?" -Taskmaster
"The things I do for friends I can't stand..." -Taskmaster
Deadpool "And what kinda name is that anyway? "Taskmaster" - sounds like something you'd order from a late-night informercial. New! From the people who brought you the veggie-master and the... The salad-master!"
On my fics:
Okay, I've been a member here since 2005. That's a long time. I just realized that, wow. It's been like eight years. Crazy stuff. I had other stories posted a long time ago and I deleted them. Thus, the reason I have only 10 stories listed. I used to have a different penname, theauthy, but if there's any story I've written in the past that someone wants me to repost, I'm cool with that. If I can find it. Things have been lost and erased in moves.
ATTENTION: About my stories... Most of them were written before I started college or in my first semester. A lot has changed since then, including my writing style, and, well, me. I'll leave the descriptions up, but my stories are currently being completely overhauled. Except maybe The Good, The Bad, and... The Whatever. That one isn't too bad. Either way, some of them will probably change, but it'll be in between classes and practice and workstudy, so it may be awhile.
Harry Potter And The Felis Rufus: Currently being rewritten. I'm not really into OC's as a rule, there's several I've read that I've liked however, so it all depends. I had to try one out. Basically somebody shows up at the end of the 5th book, brings back Dumpydore, and it's a re-write from there. If I told you anymore I'd have to put a spoiler alert here. Let's just say future chapters feature Umbridge and a beard as well as Mulder, Scully, and grey poupon. (Not as weird as it sounds).
Sanctuary: The Royal Flush: I'm happy to say is finished. I had a lot of fun with this fic. Hope you like it. :) I probably won't be rewriting this one as most everyone seemed to like it the way it is. I may go back and fix any type-os.
Sanctuary: The Sequel: The sequel to Sanctuary: The Royal Flush. ;) In progress. Probably won't be rewriting this one either. It's only a chapter long, and so far is pretty much following the first one, although I'll go back and fix the type-os, like where I accidentally left the 'n' out of Magnus in the first part.
The Title Is In Progress: Just like the title, the story is in progress. Basically takes place after Hail HYRDA! in season one of the Avengers, Earth's Mightiest Heroes. When Nick Fury goes missing Natahsa goes to the person who unfortunately knows him best. Unfortunately that person is Fury's worst enemy, Strucker. The story takes off from there. Started before season 2 came out. Kind of mixed with the Nick Fury comics, especially chapter five, which takes place in a familiar forest by some familiar ruins which people who are familiar with Nick Fury comics will be familiar with. ;) Is currently being overhauled for type-os.
Holmes Master This: This is a story that includes Sherlock Holmes, Full Moon Production's: Puppet Master series, Dark Shadows (the original version), and Doctor Who. When Sherlock and Watson inherit the puppets, somehow (not sure on the whole time period issue yet. Probably going to have something to do with the Doctor. ;)) things get crazy. It will probably turn into a series like it is in the first few drafts. Features all your lovable characters: Sherlock, Watson, Moriarty, Lestrade, Mrs. Hudson, the BSI, the puppets, various versions of the Doctor, Rose, Mickey, Jack, Jackie, Pete, Sarah, Donna, Martha, Amy, Rory, maybe the Master, Barnabas Collins and the gang... And no, this list isn't really a spoiler. This part isn't really that important. Or is it? May be rewritten. I haven't decided yet. Also, not a big fan of River, I like Rose... So we'll see what happens.
X-Men Four: X-Men Reunited: So this was written the night the Last Stand came out on DVD because dad and I didn't like the ending, and it was later salvaged from my floppy disks. Yes, I still own floppy disks, although now I keep everything on flash drives. Makes a lot more sense. I've written about five versions of this so far, and counting, including versions that didn't have the movie background, so I'm kind of picking and choosing where I want it to go at this point. Features other characters from the MARVEL universe, and in most versions, the Batman characters from DC. (Because seriously, who doesn't like the Joker?). This also turned into a series, so there maybe more after the first one is done. Features the X-Men, Captain America, The Red Skull, Iron Man, Baron Strucker, Nick Fury, The Black Widow, Doctor Doom, Doctor Strange, Spidey, Doc Ock, Aunt May... And so on and so forth. Very AU. Umm, also, I was asked about the whole Jean/Logan/Scott thing... Not really sure if it ever had a big affect in this particular fic, but I'll leave it up to you guys. I created a poll that's at the top of the screen and am now taking votes. :)
Captain America Super Soldier: Aftermath: Yep, just like the title says, it takes place after the ps3 game, with touches of the movie and the comic books based on the movie. Picks up with Johann taking out a poor defenseless tree and then there is a surprise captive in chap 2, in which Johann goes a little OOC. To be fair, he's probably kind of annoyed at the fact that yet another one of his bases has been destroyed. Also being overhauled. Yes, I'm a little OCD.
Dast Speil ist im Gange: I have no idea where this was going. I was bored and wanted to see how a Sherlock Holmes/Captain America cross over would turn out. My German is far from fluent, ironically, so if anything is wrong, please feel free to yell at me in a PM or a review. ;)
Extra Sense: So I'm Aspie, (which wasn't confirmed until recently, like a couple of days after I posted this, ironically), that was diagnosed as SPD at 3 (apparently it's been in the family since the Gettysburg Address if not longer, but alas, there was no name for it), and I was sitting up at 3:00 in the morning with insomnia and thinking, if heroes and villains sometimes have extra senses, like in the case of Wolverine, Captain America, Red Skull, etc... Surely they have the downside too, right? They'd have to. If their senses are heightened then they're going to be bombarded. Occasionally one gets what could be called 'overloaded'. Think of it like a computer crash. So, using Johann as my subject I did a short, quick prompt story. After spending a long day as Dell Rusk, Johann runs into some issues, including mistaking the rent for a Charles Dicken's work. Monty Python reference. Currently I'm pleased with it, so I don't think there will be any overhauling here. Then again, it's also 4:00 in the morning. ;) I will, however, go fix any type-os.
That's about it for now I guess. I've got some other things in the works. I'm considering posting some other versions of the X-Men story. I haven't decided yet. Anyway, until then... I leave you with Dormamu and the Mindless One's performing their new hit single! Wait... That can't be right...
On some characters: WARNING, POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD: I won't necessarily completely change a character's behavior, unless I'm totally bored, but sometimes little is known about the actual character, and what we think we know about the character has actually been created by the fans and seen through the eyes of various forms of literary theory. I'd like to do a few different readings of Sherlock Holmes, come to think of it.
On my perception of Moriarty in the Holmes, Master This Series: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle didn't say much about Professor Moriarty (Other then his name, date of birth, favorite color, favorite movie, preferred foods, and current location), in the original stories. In fact, it was the impact of what was said about Moriarty's character and the impression that it left that led Sherlockians and Holmesians to the idea that Moriarty was Holmes's arch rival. With that in mind I have created my own version of Moriarty, where I may or may not keep the idea of his Egyptian heritage somewhat intact from Spielberg's Young Sherlock Holmes (although if I do, then Elizabeth does not exist in the series, nor did Holmes and Watson meet as school boys, I may, however, go totally left field), the idea of him being the Yin to Holmes's Yang, vice versa, and some inspiration from some of the smartest men I know. These men where/are my mentors, and to me they define what it means to be a professor. To be an instructor is to be a lifelong student and to love your craft to the point that once you have learned enough, you begin sharing that knowledge with others as you expand your own. A professor is kind of like the Doctor in many ways, they take young, ignorant folk like I was and teach them the order of things. They teach us that literature is not just what is on the page, but it's what's behind the page and behind the author. They teach us that if we just listen for a moment and close our eyes, every sound is a note of the symphony of life. Everything in the universe can be examined by psychology and philosophy or defined with some form of natural beauty, and that mathematics isn't just numbers, it's the very universe. They teach us, like the Doctor, that truth isn't just sometimes stranger then fiction, it's always stranger, and that the world is so much bigger, so much scarier, and so much more wonderful then what we could have ever imagined, and that in reality, we don't know anything. We say something is one color, it's been agreed that it's blue, or green, or whatever, but is it really? It's just a sound we've applied an agreed meaning upon. If you think about it, what is anything besides what we've defined it as? Yeah, that was Doctor Who inspired. That's right. Now, aren't you interested in figuring out how I've managed to retain the Napoleon of Crime aspect?
On The Red Skull, Baron Strucker, Doctor Doom, Magneto, Strange, Rouge, Mystique, Juggy, Black Widow, etc: Hey, how many multiverses are there again? I've lost track already. It's obvious this is AU. So what, have a bad day, fall in with a different crowd. Smile. It's not like I have them running around in anything pink. Yet. (Don't worry, I don't like pink). And yes, I adore Johann, and for some reason I like Strucker. I don't know why, but I do... So there. Umm... Anyway... I love Iron Man?
Later, for now,
This is a story about God. Read if you believe in him, and read even if you don't.
A teenage girl about 17 named Diane had gone to visit some friends one evening and time passed quickly as each shared their various experiences of the past year. She ended up staying longer than planned, and had to walk home alone. She wasn't afraid because it was a small town and she lived only a few blocks away. As she walked along under the tall elm trees, Diane asked God to keep her safe from harm and danger.
When she reached the alley, which was a short cut to her house, she decided to take it. However, halfway down the alley she noticed a man standing at the end as though he were waiting for her. She became uneasy and began to pray, asking for God's protection. Instantly a comforting feeling of quietness and security wrapped round her, she felt as though someone was walking with her. When she reached the end of the alley, she walked right past the man and arrived home safely.
The following day, she read in the newspaper that a young girl had been raped in the same alley just twenty minutes after she had been there. Feeling overwhelmed by this tragedy and the fact that it could have been her, she began to weep. Thanking the Lord for her safety and to help this young woman, she decided to go to the police station.She felt she could recognize the man, so she told them her story. The police asked her if she would be willing to look at a lineup to see if she could identify him. She agreed and immediately pointed out the man she had seen in the alley the night before. When the man was told he had been identified, he immediately broke down and confessed. The officer thanked Diane for her bravery and asked if there was anything they could do for her. She asked if they would ask the man one question. Diane was curious as to why he had not attacked her. When the policeman asked him, he answered, "Because she wasn't alone. She had two tall men walking on either side of her." Amazingly, whether you believe or not, you're never alone. Did you know that 98 of teenagers will not stand up for God, and 93 of the people that read this won’t repost it?
Repost this if you truly believe in God.
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