Curiously enough, the second half of this story is rather longer than the first, which is unusual for me. I even briefly considered ending the first half with the first part of the conclusion. In the end, though, I kept things as I originally planned. If anyone has any helpful thoughts as to whether that was well done or not, I will be glad to hear them.
Although Captain Britney Pulsar has appeared in a couple previous stories, this is the first time she has an adventure completely within her own milieu. I used the opportunity to introduce a few new characters to become regulars in future stories. Hopefully, there will be plenty more of them to come!
Incidentally, I changed a couple matters in punctuation in this deviation, due to how literature is now displayed in deviantART. For reasons that defy understanding, long dashes and ellipses show up as blank spots now, so I now use spaced periods for both of those . . . .
I originally created Captain Britney Pulsar for a story in which she was the title character of a comic book. She was an explorer in outer space, having adventures that were more fantastic than believable, constantly finding herself tied up as she did so. Real aliens from another planet found a copy of the comic book and thought it depicted actual events, as the concept of fiction did not exist in their world, thus leading to a rather amusing series of mix-ups.
Captain Britney Pulsar played a much larger role in a more recent story in which some of the characters from that original story traveled into the comic book to come to her rescue, followed by Britney joining them in the real world to assist them in turn.
I wanted to write a story, though, about my space heroine in which she has an adventure in her own universe without any outside references. At first, I had planned to make it a rather simple, one-part story. However, a curious thing happened as I started plotting. As I considered various parts of the story, I added elaborations and new scenes until I realized I had a considerably more complex story than I ever intended to write!
Based on the length of the story, I felt it best to divide it in two parts. The second part is already written, and, while I will review it a couple more times, it is basically ready. I intend to post it in about three days.
This is my parody tribute to my favorite movie as a child, All Dogs Go To Heaven. Enjoy and please let a comment.
Characters introduced/roles: Claire "Lightning" Farron (Final Fantasy XIII) = Charlie B. Barkens Miles "Tails" Prower (Sonic series) = Itchy Itchford
I originally wanted Sonic to take the role of Charlie, but I wanted to use a newer character so I picked Lightning from FFXIII. It's a very good game, I highly recommend it.
I don't know if Tails took construction or not, or is colorblind. But foxes are related to dogs, so they should be colorblind to some extent, at least.
The story itself belongs to Don Bluth. All the characters, except for Delphine, belong to their representative owners.
If you guys want, you can draw pictures for this story and if you do I put one of them as preview for each part and give you credit for it. Even if you're picture doesn't get put as a preview, I'll still put a link in the comments and give you credit.