Hello everybody! I decided that I should probably start cracking down and answer your questions.
So here they are.1. What suddenly got you into writing for the Transformers fandom?
Slowly, I started reading more and more Transformers stories on fanfiction, and got curious. I then started watching the old G1 cartoons on youtube, and read some more fandom. Then one day I went to one of my local comic book stores and saw a few issues of All Hail Megatron, bought them, read them, and got more hooked.2. Why did you decided to do it in the G1/IDW universe?
As stated in the above question, I really got into Transformers from IDW comics. I still watch the old cartoon, but I found that I enjoy the comics more. The comics go deeper into Transformers mythos, and there are more dark spots. Not to mention I love a lot of the character designs, and the plot. Full Ark does not follow the comic continuity (so no need to rush out and buy the comics), but there are aspects from the comics that I add to the story. Like Drift, and other stuff.3. What prompt you to write Full Ark?
That's a sort of a tricky question. There are multiple questions that can fit into that one. As some of you may know, I like to watch Full House. It's funny, has lessons, and is about the struggles of a dysfunctional family that has to overcome obstacles. I wanted a story that is in a way, sort of family orientated. All families have issues and are dysfunctional in their own way. And what's more dysfunctional than a bunch of robotic soldiers living together and unintentionally learning family values?
Like Full House, I wanted humor to lighten up some spots in my stories while still going through ordeals and some serious areas. But all the while, have some sort of a 'community' and adapting. I hope this answers your questions. Cause that's it in a nutshell.4. Why do you make fun of Jen? Is it for the fun of it or is it just because you're secretly sadistic? Example:[link] ?
Wow. I should have expected this question.
With Jen, it's a hate-love thing. I have this fear that Jen would become the dreaded Mary Sue, and I'll have a lot of unhappy readers. I believe that if I don't entirely love Jen like I do with my bird, I won't have to worry too much about Mary Sue. With a lot of "Mary Sues", I notice that the author is totally infatuated with their character. I guess I'm just trying not be biased with Jen.
Plus, sometimes I wish Jen would just die, depending on my mood. She is so much fun to poke fun at! Like South Park with Kenny. What's up with that? I want readers to like Jen, but at the same time, let it be okay if Jen does something that they don't like.5. Can Prowl me mine?
If you're willing to share him with other Prowl fangirls, then by all means, go ahead.
If any of you have any more questions, then please don't be shy! Have a thing or issues against Jen? Share! Civil debates are good. Have a question about a certain character? Writing style? Share!