Author has written 9 stories for Marvel, Inuyasha, Justice League, Teen Titans, Ninja Turtles, DC Superheroes, and Young Justice.
Just a guy in his 30's who grew up reading and loving comic books, watching and loving cartoons, and playing and loving various RPG's. In fact, I haven't changed much since I was a kid except that now I spend a lot more money on those aforementioned hobbies (Amazing how that happens, huh?).
I discovered this site in 2005 and I am awed both by the variety and talent of some of the authors. I hope you enjoy my stories as much as I have enjoyed others. There is some really nice fiction out there, and if you find something out there you really enjoy, please leave a review. The "instant feedback" of reviews is the best part about this site and, trust me, authors really appreciate it. Especially if you take the time to leave a thought out message with some constructive criticism. "Great! Update soon!" is nice, but after awhile, it gets kind of old.
Graduation Day is finally finished! I'm pretty proud of it and I hope everyone enjoyed the finale. This story has no connection to Heart of the Bat. I'm in the camp that has Teen Titans and the rest of the DC tooniverse in different realities.
Speaking of Heart, I'll finally getting my second wind. Watching the first two seasons of JLU has recharged by batteries somewhat and I'm working on ways to insert Babs and Dick behind the scenes of some of those stories. I'm very happy so many people like this story and took the time to leave some reviews. After much thought, I've decided to keep the story in Canon as much as possible. This means the events in Batman Beyond will occur. Because of this, the various shippers out there probably aren't going to be happy with the ultimate ending. Nothing lasts forever, right? UPDATE: Wow! Been getting some negative feedback about the aftermath of kid's stuff. Apparently I touched a nerve. Sorry about that, but something had to start the rift in the Bat clan.
The New Adventures of Iron Man. As you can tell from my name, I'm a bit of a fan. I have all the comics and most of his guest appearances, along with all the Avengers issues. And with Tony's profile rising both in the Marvel Universe and the real world (thanks to an excellent movie!), I couldn't be happier. This is my love letter to my favorite hero. It is also the story I would have done if I had ever had the good fortune to write the book for Marvel. Any fan of Shellhead will enjoy this one, I guarantee. And even if you don't, it's still a good yarn, full of twists and surprises, and good old-fashioned superhero action.
The Odyessey of Tommy Wilson has became a favorite of mine, especially now that it is FINALLY getting some reviews. Turtle fans aren't as generous with the reviews, I guess. The first person narrative is so different from what I normally do so it's a nice change of pace. UPDATE: On hiatus.
This just in: I will soon be trying to do the impossible: Get Aquaman some respect. Keep an eye out. Aquaman's been a favorite of mine for a long time and I was REALLY pissed his pilot wasn't picked up a few years back by the CW. Ah, well.
As per requests that I have received concerning my Secret Wars story, here is some explanation and background:
Secret Wars: Ashes to Ashes is a What If? retelling of the classic 1984 mini-series. First of all, my Secret Wars takes place a few years later in the Marvel Universe than the original. For example, Captain America and Diamondback are on the cusp of a relationship when the Beyonder summons them. Tony Stark has reclaimed the Iron Man armor. Peter Parker has married Mary Jane. Archangel has his metallic wings. Secondly, both of the rosters have been expanded to include various characters that weren't in the original series.
It was not my intention to recount the Secret Wars as it appeared in the 12-part series. Marvel did a great job of that in the first place. Consider my story to be inspired by the comic, but not bound completely to it. Although, it probably would be a good idea to read the original series as I will be glossing over some of the stuff that occurred in the comic (including how they got there, the stuff with the alien healer, etc.). Some people have complained that it's a bit dark in spots, but remember it's a war! War is ugly and terrible and generally not very happy. I'm exploring what it would be like for our heroes in a war setting and people die in war. Consider it Secret Wars if it had been written under the MAX imprint.
Finally, below is a complete roster of the armies in this conflict, followed by a running tally of the dead/wounded. If you haven't read the chapters first, some of this information could be considered SPOILERS.
Captain America (leader)
Avengers (Iron Man, Thor, Wasp, Hank Pym, Hawkeye, Vision, Scarlet Witch, Wonder Man, She Hulk, Black Knight, Captain Marvel)
X-men (Professor X, Cyclops, Archangel, Jean Grey, Ice Man, Beast, Storm, Wolverine, Colossus, Shadowcat, Nightcrawler, Rogue)
Fantastic Four (Mr. Fantastic, Thing, Human Torch)
Hulk, Spider-man, Daredevil, Diamondback, Black Cat, Spider-woman (later)
Doctor Doom (leader)
Abomination, Absorbing Man, Bullseye, Crossbones, Dr. Octopus, Electro, Enchantress, Hobgoblin, Goliath, Juggernaut, Kang, Klaw (later), Lizard, Loki, Magneto, Molecule Man, Rhino, Sabretooth, Scorpion, Super Adaptoid, Super Skrull,Taskmaster, Titania, Titanium Man, White Queen, Wrecking Crew (Wrecker, Bulldozer, Piledriver, Thunderball), Ultron, Volcana
The Fallen thus far:
Daredevil (killed by Super Skrull), Super Skrull (killed by Wolverine), Electro (accidentally killed by Archangel), Archangel (killed by Electro), Titanium Man (accidentally killed by Shadowcat), Ice Man (killed by Sabretooth), Vision (destroyed by Molecule Man), Hawkeye (killed by Adaptoid), Adaptoid (destroyed by Black Knight), Jean Grey (killed by a mystically charmed Wonder Man), Wonder Man (killed in an ionic explosion), Loki (killed in an ionic explosion), Piledriver (killed in a ionic explosion), Bulldozer (killed in an ionic explosion).