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Peter Guerin is the author of "The Misery Senshi Neo-Zero Double Blitzkrieg Debacle" (a crossover between "Daria" and "Sailor Moon"); "Triumph of the Retart" and "One Man's
Trash. . ." (his "Daria" crossover with the 70's sitcom "Sanford and Son").

Besides being a fan of "Daria" and "Sailor Moon", Peter is also a big fan of other anime such as "Project A-ko", "Gunsmith Cats", "You're Under Arrest!", "Samurai Pizza Cats", and "Here is Greenwood". He also likes other American animated efforts like "Spider-Man"; "X-Men"; "Silver Surfer"; "South Park"; "Tiny Toon Adventures"; "Animaniacs"; "Pinky and the Brain"; and the old Loony Tunes cartoons.

Born in 1968 in Bay Shore, New York, Peter graduated from Connetquot High School in Bohemia, New York, in 1987 and received his Associate's Degree in Business Administration from Adirondack Community College in Queensbury, New York, in 1994. He currently lives in Hudson Falls, New York with his mother, stepfather and elder stepbrother.

Besides his interest in anime, Peter also likes such live-action TV programs as "Monty Python's Flying Circus" (he especially likes the episodes with "The Bishop" and "Njorl's Saga" sketches in them [remember to invest in Malden!]); all four "Star Trek" TV shows (though he wonders to this day why they'd chose Mrs. Columbo to command "Voyager"); "Sanford and Son"; "Hogan's Heroes"; "The Flip Wilson Show"; "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" and "Xena: Warrior Princess" (he admits he's got a thing for Gabrielle and her bare midriff of hers!). He also likes the film "Colossus: The Forbin Project," from whence he got one of his e-mail handles. Peter also like some music, especially Garbage (he's got a thing for Shirley Manson and her miniskirt and go-go boot get-ups); The Monks ("It's Beat Time! It's Hop Time! IT'S MONK TIME NOW!"); Fleetwood Mac ("Tusk!"); Rage Against the Machine ("Rally 'round tha family with a pocket full of shells!"); Splendora ("You're standing on my neck!") and REM ("What's the frequ
ency, Kenneth?"). By the way, PLEASE NEVER, NEVER, under any circumstances, play Italian music around him; it depresses him to no end!

Peter himself suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), the same affliction that David MacAllister suffers from in "Triumph of the 'Retart'"; in fact, the story is semi-autobiographical; Peter himself ran for Student Government President in his junior year and lost by sixteen votes, the closest such election in the school's history.

As for his future plans for fanfic, Peter has an idea for a Daria/Hercules/Xena crossover as well as a story that is going to be a mega-crossover (we're talking "Marvel Secret Wars" big here!) that essentially will be a spoof of Albany, New York's Tulip Fest and Hudson Falls' Sandy Hill Days involving "Daria", "Heathcliff," "Beverly Hills Teens" (Bianca Dupree is more sinister than J. R. Ewing and Alexis Carrington-Colby combined, at least in his opinion), "Cats and Company" and "Inspector Gadget", as well as a Daria/Bishop crossover. Among the other weird crossovers he has in mind also include one that would feature Penelope Pitstop, Dick Dastardly, Muttley, Klunk, Zilly, Yankee Doodle Pigeon, the Hooded Claw and the Ant Hill Mob from the Hanna-Barberra "Wacky Races/Dastardly and Muttley in their Flying Machines/Perils of Penelope Pitstop" saga as well as Speed Racer; the tentative title is going to be "Lawndale Death Race 500". He also plans to do some involving "Hogan's Heroes" (it won't be a lame-o ti
me travel thing; it'll be set in the present, and you will see some changes in Hogan, Klink and the others) as well as one involving "Project A-ko" and "Colossus: The Forbin Project".

Peter can be reached at either DocForbin@Hotmail.com; DickMarino@Yahoo.com; PeterThree@MailExcite.com or Harmacy@MailCity.com. Please e-mail him. That would make him very happy.