Among the old foes the Young Guardians battled in my third volume were the Wrist Brothers, Billy Bladewrists and Willy Chainwrists. These two were a notorious serial killer duo whose preferred method of killing their victims was severing their wrists and allowing them to bleed to death, which was how they got their name.
However, when the Young Guardians encountered them, the brothers were maimed and presumed dead. Then Vogan’s Black Pantheon salvaged them, augmented them with cybernetics, and recruited them to serve as weapons against the Young Guardians. Among the cybernetics were two pairs of robotic hands, one pair had swords for hands (Bladewrists) and one pair had crushing metal hands attached to the wrists with chains (Chainwrists).
I came up with the idea for these brothers when I saw a film called The Master of Disguise, which I saw when I was a child. When I watched the film and saw the main character fight, I fantasized on the thought of what it would have been like if he fought with his hands attached to his wrists with chains like nunchuks. From that fantasy, I came up with the name Billy Chainwrists and from there, I came up with the names of the brothers and incorporated them into my series.
I have started the fifth chapter of my fourth volume and things are heating up! For the moment, the Young Guardians are getting to know the additions to their team, but an unexpected party crasher is about to test the integrity of their group. Also, I thought of what to include in my sequel trilogy. One way or another, the old world that existed in the series so far is going to end and a new one will rise to take its place. In the new world, new cities will emerge along with a new civilization. With this in mind, I thought of giving these cities original names to go with the nature of the world they inhabit as well as go with the next generation of superheroes. I got this idea from the fact that cities with unique names such as Metropolis, Gotham City, Star City, and so forth have been used in various forms of superhero fiction. I therefore decided to follow this tradition and produce a city with a name that would bring out the superhero fanboy in everyone.
I have great news! At the library today, I encountered a creative writing program for children. When they found out that I was an author, they expressed interest in having me as a speaker in one of their future meetings. It would be an honor to help teacher the next generation of writers and authors. Wish me luck!
The idea of the end of the world has haunted the minds of humanity since the dawn of time. It has become a very common and popular aspect of fiction with countless interpretations. It also raises some important questions. How will the world end? How can humanity and society be saved? Can we start again? The list of questions goes on and on. In the second volume of my series, the apocalypse was averted during the Young Guardians’ battle with the demon Fanoxean. However, in the upcoming fourth and fifth volumes, the risk of a potential apocalypse explosively increases. Will the Young Guardians be able to stop the end of the world again or will they fail? The answer to that question will be revealed in the end of my five main volumes.
I saw the lunar eclipse earlier this week. The sight of it was so phenomenal that a stream of ideas rushed through my head like a violent torrent. An eclipse has always been of great significance to ancient culture since the dawn of human civilization. With that in mind, I might have special plans for this particular experience.
The Revelation Orb is a mysterious object of unknown origin and is the focus of the third volume of my series. Its immense energy can be utilized as an energy source that is many times more powerful than nuclear energy or it could be weaponized to dwarf the world’s combined supply of nuclear warheads. Its most phenomenal application is that it can produce an identical energy signature to the Genesis Spell, which grants superhuman powers to ordinary teenage mortals. Under normal circumstances, the Genesis Spell’s magic can only be used once in a spell-caster’s entire lifetime and on a limited number of people. However, because the Revelation Orb’s power is so vast, it can utilize the Genesis Spell on a much larger scale and as many times as possible. It becomes the ultimate game-changer in the third volume of my series and paves the way for the final conflict between the Young Guardians and Vogan.
As I continue to brainstorm on how the second chapter of volume four should evolve, I thought of keeping the Young Guardians’ backup plan a secret until volume five. However, I have decided that this chapter will hint the back up plan as well as show how the past few months have affected the Young Guardians as a team. This will be a time when the Young Guardians are recovering from the aftermath of volume three and forced into hiding until they can find new allies. It will be the first time since the first volume of my series that the Young Guardians are at their most vulnerable.