Thursday, October 4, 2012

2011 “Z'Onn Z'Orr: Miss Martian” animation-style fan fiction by N:TAS

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N:TAS DCU: Z'Onn Z'Orr: Miss Martian 4-10-11

At the Super Buddies message board, there's a user under the handle "NightwingTAS" who builds digital figure models off the Bruce Timm DC Animated Series template for further fan fiction adventures of his own devising. Number 5 in the "Z'Onn "Z'Orr" series says "Hello, Megan..."

M'gann was a part of a White Martian sect that was seperated from the rest of the species, they were the scientist, the philosophers, artist, the non warriors, the outcasts. M'gann was the daughter of two scientist who were on a deep space mission when Mars ended, they never knew of Mar's fate until their return home and had parished not that long ago when their ship was attacked, they launched their daughter to safety in a Bioship. They told her to seek out their friend J'onn J'onzz, that he will protect her. When she arrived on Earth M'gann studied the humans, and learned how to adapt and how to fit in, she was amazed by the wonder of it all, and wanted to learn more. She emersed herself in the pop culture and developed a bubbly personality. She learned fast through the media that the White Martians were not trusted on Earth so when she began helping people she would do so as a Green Martian which is when J'onn found her and when he found out who she was he welcomed her into his family as his Niece Megan Morse.
Do we know anything about M'gann's actual history/parentage? I prefer that she learned about Martian Manhunter through the media, and emulated him the way he had detectives on 1950s TV shows. Both struggled to fit in and were educated through television, but I like that their generation gap left them in very different places. Be sure to check out the White Martian Variant, which I like a lot!

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Omega Agent1 said...

Fan fiction is the best, in terms of how we see and think about who the creators have set foundation to.
And how we see em is just as or more important than the slew of rotating writers and their creative freedoms.

Didn't mean to go on a tantrum just to say. hey! Good job.

Diabolu Frank said...

Yeah, this was a fun retro costume that gets away from the Supergirl vibe for a more sci-chic '60s/early Bronze flavor.