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24 Apr 2001
A poem about Sakura that I wrote (in my youth) while being bored in the dentist's office.
Fandoms: Marvel (Comics), Marvel, Black Panther (Comics), Thor (Comics), Black Widow (Comics), Iron Man (Comic), Hawkeye (Comics), Young Avengers, X-Men (Comicverse)
15 Aug 2016
They say “sex sells” but they couldn’t be more wrong. Sex doesn’t sell, motion does – movement, action, the play-by-play. In this world today, no one cares about stills. Everyone wants to know how something works before they buy it. A screenshot of something pretty will only hold interest for so long. Pictures are worth a thousand words, but moving pictures? They’re worth millions.
Fandoms: Marvel (Comics), Young Avengers (Comics), Runaways (Comics), X-Men (Comicverse), Fantastic Four (Comicverse), Guardians of the Galaxy (Comics)
21 Oct 2016
Problems with fairy tales vary but the main ones include forced heterosexuality, a disturbing lack of both diversity and substance, inept bad guys, and randos having implausible “chance encounters.” We can’t forget about the ample amount of unnecessary musical numbers – but that’s an acquired taste.
One thing most can agree on, however, is, excluding the nauseatingly cheesy tales we’re subjected to, the worst stories are the ones never told.
amusingtale of Dorrek – a gay alien prince – stumbling upon his consort during his search for the cousin he’s never met, and only recently heard of, is not your typical fairy tale. Not simply due to that synopsis either. This fairy tale isn’t without its problems naturally but you won’t get any of those overused fairy tale-esque ones. To make matters all the more...something, this tale entwines an abundance of other fairy tale-esque stories without the usual fairy tale-esque problems.
"'You have committed a vile and savage act, one that any other nation would punish with death. Our punishment, on the other hand, will only be to give you what you want. You have sought to live in a world without boundaries of civilization, and such a world shall henceforth be your dwelling place.'"
A cold-hearted murderer. A vicious abuser. A young man hiding a shameful secret. A bewildered immigrant. A pure-minded spy.
All of these men have found their appointed places at Mercy Life Prison, where it is easy to tell who your enemies are. But a new visitor to Mercy is about to challenge decades-old customs. Now these men's worst enemies may be hiding behind masks . . . and so may their closest allies.
Formerly posted as "Life Prison." Includes an illustration by Everybery in the end notes. This novel was a runner-up in the Gay Fantasy category of the Rainbow Awards 2014.
- Part 1 of Life Prison