Saturday, January 7, 2012

The Final Post

This is the Final Post. There will be no more. Thanks to all my followers and fans. That is all I have to say. The End.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

The Name of This Book is Secret

No! Seriously! That's what this book is called! The character's names are secret, too. And so is the location. Heck, the author's name is secret! You're probably wondering: 'If everything is secret, how can a story be told?' I'll tell you.
Names: The names are code names.
Location: Just use the place where you live.
Author's name: Sorry, can't help you there.
Now that you know how to tell a secret story, I'll tell you the plot. 'Cassandra' and 'Max-Ernest' discover The Symphony of Smells, a box containing ninety-nine vials, each one with their own smell. 'Cass' decides that they should explore the mystery over the previous owner's death. I probably shouldn't tell you any more, or I might spill the Secret.

Monday, December 20, 2010

A History of Marvel Comics: Part 14: Kraven the Hunter

Sergei Kravinov was the son of Nikolai and Anna. He had a half-brother named Dmitri, who Sergei tormented. After the Bolshevik Revolution, the Kravinovs were forced to flee to the US and UK, where there name was anglicized to 'Kravinoff'. Sergei left America to find adventure, traveling the world as a stowaway on cargo ships. Living in Africa, Sergei developed a talent to hunt. As an adult, he became the wealthy 'Kraven the Hunter'. Kraven stole a witch doctor's formula, which he used to enhance his strength and speed. Through these potions, which he shared with his half-brother 'the Chameleon', Kraven maintained his youth for many decades. Through the years, Kraven sired several children. These were Vladimir, Alyosha, and Nedrocci. Chameleon and Kraven both attempted to defeat the fledgling super hero Spider Man, but were defeated and deported. They tried to escape but were stopped by the Avengers. Doctor Octopus offered Kraven a chance of revenge by joining the original Sinister Six along with the Vulture, Electro, Mysterio, and Sandman.

A History of Marvel Comics: Part 13: Doctor Octopus

Doctor Otto Octavius used to work for Norman Osborn, until an explosion at Oscorp labs fused four metal arms to his body. He then sought out vengeance against Justin Hammer, the man he held responsible for his condition. After Spider Man saved Justin Hammer, he decided to hunt Spider Man instead. He joined Mysterio, the Vulture, Sandman, Electro, and Kraven the Hunter in the Sinister Six. Unfortunately, Spider Man beat the crap out them one at a time.

A History of Marvel Comics: Part 12: the Green Goblin

Norman Osborn, the creator of the Oz formula that gave Spider Man his powers, decided to give himself Oz. Unfortunately, the results drove him to insanity, and he became known as the costumed super-villain the Green Goblin. He had a son named Harry Osborn, who was friends with Peter Parker*.

*Spider Man's secret identity- Jdude

A History of Marvel Comics: Part 11: the Punisher

Frank Castle, also known as the Punisher, was a hater of Wilson Fisk, the kingpin of New York crime. In fact, he hated all crime. He created an alter ego for himself and became known as the Punisher. He seeks to destroy all crime, super-powered or not.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Author's Notes

  • You may have noticed that the past few posts have been about comics. This is because I am starting a new series of posts called 'A History of Marvel Comics'.
  • I'm going to start using the asterix symbol! (*)
  • Author's Notes is going to be monthly.