Here's my introduction story. I'm 17, going to be 18 in a week, and over the years I thought of my childhood as deprived. Never seen much Disney movies. Only read textbooks and higher level fiction books. But then I decided as I got older to become more open to other works of fiction. Like in middle school I became interested in the Alex Rider series. A story about a British teenager leading a double life as an MI-6 spy. Stuff like that. My dad wanted me to read old military themed books, based on true stories. So during high school I read mainly school issued novels like Romeo & Juliet, Great Expectations. I never even finished them. Heck, with Romeo & Juliet I never even picked it up, out of my ignorance of love. I finally caught a glimpse of my talent to write in 10th grade when I was assigned to write journal entries for my English class. So I started making short stories based on my experiences in the journal. Also, a friend and I decided to start writing a superhero adventure story, a teenager named Len Buman (a play on of his name, Ben Luman) who becomes the guardian of his galaxy and has to confront different threats. But then I got into trouble when the principal decides my works suggested violence and I was suspended for 3 weeks (long story that will be detailed in the High School Chronicles trilogy. Beginning of 2012, I made a goal of reading as many books as I can. So I started on a time travel series called TimeRiders. Just saying for as long as I can remember I've been obsessed with the concept of Time Travel and the thousands of scenarios that come with it. Anyways, well I finally got into the Harry Potter series, despite my dad's disapproval. With me concluding the series, and with the Marvel movies on the rise, I decided to start reading comic books. Not just any, but those written by Stan Lee himself. That's when I eventually made a big decision...I want to write comic books. With the introduction of my character Len Buman, I was also working on another superhero, based on my time in JROTC. Eventually he became Morph Ghost. I've been working on this and eventually created a group of heroes with individual stories that would eventually turn into something like The Avengers. But...my dad believes that my maturity is regressing. I believe I found my talent. Well sorry for the long intro, I just wanted to share the fact that my dad disapproves of me reading and writing comic books, which he thinks is for little kids.