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It was brought to my attention--repeatedly--that not all of my readers watched the same shows I watched. Choking back my desire to send you video tapes and show you what you're missing, I decided a wiki explaining characters and their universes would be more efficient, less time consuming, and cheaper. So below are links to the different sections of the wiki explaining the different television shows and movies I have written fanfics for. I hope this helps clear up any confusion. If it does not, please use the comment features to tell me.GARGOYLES https://www.bookwormlibrary.us/graphics/illustrations_character/tmntlogo.gif" width="300" /> New York City, present day. Four teenage mutant turtles live in the sewers with their mutant rat sensei. Trained in the art of ninjutsu, these Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and their human allies protect the city from the designs of the Shredder and his Foot Clan ninjas.
<img align="left" alt="Link to The Legend of Zelda/Legends of Hyrule Character Pages" border="0" height="191" src="https://www.bookwormlibrary.us/graphics/illustrations_character/zeldalogo.gif" width="182" /> A land found on a peninsula, separated from the rest of the world by a range of mountains and a mighty ocean encircling it. A land of forests, plains, deserts, farmlands, villages, and isolated homes. A land chosen to be the focus for the magic of an entire world. A land where a kingdom was created by the creatures of that magic. A land where a legend was born and heroes challenged evil. A land called... Hyrule.
<img align="left" alt="Link to Biker Mice From Mars Character Pages" border="0" height="149" src="https://www.bookwormlibrary.us/graphics/illustrations_character/bmfmlogo.gif" width="224" /> In 1993, Charlene "Charley" Davidson was just a struggling mechanic trying to keep her garage out of the hands of a greedy developer named Lawrence Limburger. Then three interplanetary heroes crash-landed (in the scoreboard of Quigley Field no less) in Chicago and told her the truth. Limburger is an alien stealing the resources of Earth for his home planet; these aliens had already practically destroyed Mars; and Martians aren't green—they're mice, seven-foot-tall mice with motorcycles better known as Biker Mice From Mars.
<img align="left" alt="Link to Tin Man Character Pages" border="0" height="47" src="https://www.bookwormlibrary.us/graphics/illustrations_character/Tin_Man_title.gif" width="249" /> Follow an entirely new brick road to a steampunk-influenced reimagining of L. Frank Baum's classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. DG had a regular family, a regular job, a regular life, but then she realized that her life was just the calm before the storm. The travel storm dropped her into the Outer Zone: a world with two suns, multiple moons, flying monkey bats, and under the rule of a tyrant. DG rescues a trio of males (a Headcase, a Tin Man, and a Viewer) who help her search for their secret desires as well as the answer to why the O.Z. is so familiar if she had never been there before.