Author has written 30 stories for Hellboy, Star Trek: 2009, Igor, Silent Hill, Star Wars, Great Mouse Detective, Monsters Inc., Megamind, Incredibles, It, Justice League, Team Fortress 2, Dragon Ball Z, Guardians of the Galaxy, and BioShock.
Here's a little about me...
Style preference: Gothic
Favorite junk can be seen under here:
Favorite movies: STAR TREK 2009! WHOOOO!! Monsters Inc, Pirates of the Caribbean, Lord of the Rings (all), Harry Potter (some more then others), The Chronicles of Narnia (the newer version, the first live one was pathetic.), Hercules, almost anything Disney, directed by Tim Burton, or that has Johnny Depp in it... Inception, The Dark Knight, Star Trek II-III-IV
Favorite actors: Johnny Depp (surprise, surprise), Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Viggo Mortensen, Liv Tyler (sometimes, other times...no), Steve Buscemi, and the weirdest one up here, Orlando Bloom...gag me with a rusty spoon, please...
Favorite movie characters: Randall Boggs, Hades (lord of the dead), Jack Sparrow (oops, I mean Captain Jack Sparrow), Legolas, Aragorn, Jack Skellington, the list is endless! Just figured I'd add one more, the Cheshire Cat... and Abe Sapien, and Kroenen... Captain James T. Kirk, Commander Spock, CMO Leonard 'Bones' McCoy, Also Scamper, from the movie Igor, it wasn't terrible, and wasn't perfect, but it was certainly tolerable and reasonably funny.
Favorite books: Lirael, Sabriel, and Abhorsen, Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King, Most of Harry Potter, any type of Myth or Legend, I like too many so this is all you get.
Favorite book characters: Mogget, Lirael, Sabriel, the White Witch/Jadis (yes I know she is in a movie too, but the book came first!) Aslan, and Zorro (for some weird reason). That is all I can think of at the moment, but I bet I am going to think of one and go, "Now why on earth didn't I include that there?' Also I know that Aragorn and Legolas are in a book first, I just figured I'd put them there.
Favorite authors: Garth Nix, J.R.R. Tolkien, J.K Rowling, quite a few more, but I can't remember their names right now...
Favorite bands: Skillet (Christian rock band) DC Talk (another Christian band) Toby Mac (ditto to the others) Led Zeppelin, AeroSmith, ACDC, I like a few more but won't take the time to write them all, although Neuroticfish is so strange that I can't help but put it up here...
Favorite animals: Cats, Bats, not to keen on Rats, Gerbils however...ooh and Lizards, can't forget Lizards
Now the things I hate
Not really, I just like to complain
In Progress and Possible New Stories:
A Big Mistake: :Star Trek: Christmas story that I was very much working on, but sort of lost along the way. Maybe next Christmas there might be an update.
Beginnings of a Badass: :Star Trek/Star Wars: Not the prequel I wished to write, but it's being pieced together as I type this, as well as the other ones that I've mentioned. Is it any wonder my brain is threatening to melt out my ears?
Show Me Your Scars, and I'll Show You My Gears: :Star Trek: The product of a dream and a wonderful, if not very evil, 'what if'. AU, with a cyborg Spock with more issues than I usually give him, this story will have angst, adventure, action, and of course, humor. Whenever I can fit it in. There will also be hints of the first 'romance' I have ever written. Be gentle, and review lots.
There Are No Heroes in Gotham: Despite what it says... there is a hero in Gotham, only he doesn't appreciate it when you call him it. Heavily AU, deals with a Nolan Batman in a Cartoon League. Yay.
Still Waters are not Empty: One more chapter to go and this crazy thing is over. It's...bioshock/Justice League. If that doesn't tell you something I don't know what is. Batman as a Big Daddy ladies and gents. Crazy as it gets.
It Began with a Bang: :Megamind: I sincerely apologize for this one. I lost my muse a bit and I haven't been able to get it back. I imagine if I watch the movie again it will help, but for now I have nothing. I am really very sorry, I'll do my best to eventually finish this. I hate not having anything finished as much as you hate me for doing it. But as I have writersblock and no real motivation for now...nadda.
To Be Devoured Whole: :IT: I liked this idea, I did. It was going well, and then...nothing. I don't think I'll continue it. But I'm leaving it there in case I ever change my mind. If anyone wants it...it's theirs.
You Save Me, and I'll Save You: :Star Trek: At one point this was a simple five and one. This of course shows exactly how well I follow plans. Oy. This has devolved and evolved several times over, and it is just now being pulled together. AKA finished...sorta.
Lost: :Star Trek: Torture, gore, violence, angst, drama, tension, confusion, fear...this is my everything story. It's something that was started after realizing that a friend of mine had recently attempted to commit suicide. I apologize for the melodrama that might be present in the first chapter, but that was my outpouring of grief during and after a lot of heavy crying, so that's my reason. In case you are wondering, the one responsible for all that heavy crying is alright now.The rest of it is nothing like that chapter. Trust me.
Brothers: :Hellboy: A silly oneshot based on Abe and Hellboy and their brotherly love for one another, isn't that cute... Also has Broom and his paternal love for them both, talk about another reason to gag me with a rusty spoon...
The Return: :Monsters Inc: Basically an introduction to all the other stories I've created for Monsters Inc. As such it is less original, more choppy, and was something I wrote and started posting as soon as I hit 13, so it's not quite as good (read I keep it up here for laughs). But it was done in the course of two years so you can see the slow steady change in writing style and ability. I hope you enjoy it anyway. I might come back and edit it later.
Flashbacks: :Monsters Inc: The sequel, darker, sharper, and a heck of a lot better written... Or so I've been told. I tend to agree with them too... Deals with insanity, suicidal tendencies, and things that can only be described as torture. It's a very strong Teen Rating folks. That means BRING THE KIDS!!
The Problem with Teacher Student Dinners: :Monsters Inc: Basically something cute that is for when Flashbacks makes you go suicidal. Its cuteness/randomness should fix any urge you may have.
Do it Justice: :Star Trek: This is a Nyota Uhura centered piece, my very first one, but I do hope that does not make you hesitate. Those of you who read my other stuff, it is most definitely as in character as I could manage. I've also been told it's reasonably funny. This is a oneshot story, do not expect anything more with it unless something smites me with a lightning bolt.
Emotional Compromise: :Star Trek: Well, the summary pretty much sums it up (fancy that) it's another cautionary tale for why you should never emotionally compromise a Vulcan, especially if your name is Leonard H 'Bones' McCoy.
Embarrassing Situations: :Star Trek: A part of the minisode 'Needs of the One' universe. It's short, sweet, to the point, and actually pretty damn hysterical. Those who know what I normally choose to write may find themselves beyond surprised. I sure as hell was when this popped into my brain, through my fingers and onto the screen. Seems my muse is a schizophrenic... Has since been translated into Russian by the wonderful RinaScaramouche! Everyone say thank you :D
Needs of the One, Sorrows of the Many: :Star Trek: With such lovely things as major angst, and major character death, what's not to like?! *cough. That said, it's not just one long angst fest. My weird sense of humor pops up several times on the course of the journey, and leads to several interesting and amusing lines...Or...so I've been told. Let's just say that I tried, and I am doing my best with it. Well...I was at the time.
In a Galaxy Far Far Away: :Star Trek/Star Wars: Something with a little action, a little angst, a little humor, and a lot of BAMF thrown into a pot, mixed well, and served by the Enterprise with a giant Lightsaber on the side.
Evergreen: :Igor: A random plant can make all the difference. Well...at least in the heart of some people.
A Hell of a Town: :Star Trek/Silent Hill: Yes, the author is aware of how strange she is trying to combine two such things that should likely never come into contact with each other, but I couldn't help it. The author has also only played the second game, but has followed the 'Let's Play's' and other such things avidly. What does she go on to do? Attempt to combine the impossible. Does she achieve? Well...you'll have to find out.
Odd Conversations: :Great Mouse Detective: Something I've always wanted to do. Came from a comic idea...only the comic was destroyed. The sketchbook it was in got soaked, and destroyed everything. Damn the stupid thing. That said, the story still holds itself up to possibilities. I doubt I'll have any more ideas for it, but you never know.
Captives: :Star Trek: This is my 'writers block beater' story. When I get writers block for Lost, I tend to turn to this one and try and pound away at it to get something else interesting. That said, it's a fully multichapter story that shall include such things as torture, angst, starvation, blood loss, an angry and vengeful McCoy, and a Spock that is, as always, imminently logical. Or...so he'd have you believe. This is also a minisode from 'Needs of the One', blah de blah, only actually filled out. Any inconsistencies between this story and the explanation in 'Needs of the' will be explained.