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* BabiesEverAfter: If a story has a moderately happy ending, there's likely to be an epilogue where the protagonist has settled down with their love interest and had children. The stories that ''don't'' end like that are likely to have massive [[DownerEnding Downer Endings]]. On rare occasions, both happen at once.

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* AuthorAppeal: Mellick likes punk, Japanese pop culture and nerdy pasttimes like [[TableTopGame/DungeonsAndDragons D&D]]. He ''really'' likes sexy, terrifying monster girls. Except to see a lot of all of it.

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* AuthorAppeal: Mellick likes punk, Japanese pop culture and nerdy pasttimes like [[TableTopGame/DungeonsAndDragons D&D]]. He ''really'' likes sexy, terrifying monster girls. Except Expect to see a lot of all of it.

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!! General Tropes associated with this author include:
* AuthorAppeal: Mellick likes punk, Japanese pop culture and nerdy pasttimes like [[TableTopGame/DungeonsAndDragons D&D]]. He ''really'' likes sexy, terrifying monster girls. Except to see a lot of all of it.
* AuthorAvatar: Many of his books has a short comic in place of the afterword, where one of these talks about the story and the process of writing it. Sometimes it seems to be telling the truth, sometimes it veers into absurdity, like claiming that one particular story was hard to write because [[RefugeInAudacity Mellick's computer kept biting his hands off.]]
* BabiesEverAfter: If a story has a moderately happy ending, there's likely to be an epilogue where the protagonist has settled down with their love interest and had children. The stories that ''don't'' end like that are likely to have massive [[DownerEnding Downer Endings]]. On rare occasions, both happen at once.
* CuteMonsterGirl: So common in his fiction that for almost all his books, one of them serves as the FaceOnTheCover.
* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: Mellick's male characters very frequently get raped (or else ''strongly'' pressured into sex) by powerful, terrifying women. They usually find it upsetting, but eventually get over it and often end up in a loving relationship with the woman. His female characters occasionally get raped too, but for them it's portrayed as a harrowing and traumatic experience, and the rapist usually comes to a well-deserved bad end.

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