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Creator / DGD Davidson

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D. G. D. "The Deej" Davidson is a science fiction writer and archaeology student, as well as an avid Catholic and blogger. He currently runs the blog Deus Ex Magical Girl, having previously run another blog by the name of The Sci Fi Catholic. He is an afficionado of Magical Girl anime and has reviewed numerous anime and manga works, both in the magical girl genre and outside of it.

He is currently serializing the Magical Girl novel Jake And The Dynamo on his blog. He is also working on a book, Rag & Muffin: Tales of a Fourth Grade War Goddess, which he calls a "Dungeon Punk Magical Girl Noir" novel.


He is also the author of a couple of fanfics (for Bone and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic). These can be found here (older, less polished ones) and here.

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Tropes found in his fan fiction work:

  • Dead Fic: A couple, including his oldest My Little Pony stories, Shadow of the Dragonlords and To Woo a Princess—especially since they've been Outdated by Canon (the former fic, for instance, has Shining Armor harbor a crush on Twilight Sparkle; the story was written before it was revealed that Shining was Twilight's brother.) Since he's basically left the My Little Pony fandom to focus on writing Rag & Muffin, it's likely the rest of his pony fics will remain uncompleted as well.
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  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: The titles for his fanfic stories tend to be very straightforward (with the exception of "Forever", which, conversely, is a rather trite title.) Some of them have been compared to "scandalous broadsheets" (such as "Human Shining Armor Gets Twilight Sparkle Pregnant").
  • Interspecies Romance: A couple of his stories involve this kind of romance; it never ends well. Which is in line with his philosophical views on the matter. He has dedicated a couple of blog posts to this subject, here (warning: Bone spoilers) and here (also see his comments on another blogger's post, here.) Essentially: it's fine as a traditional allegorical device, but if you literally and seriously feel attraction for a non-human creature, something's not right.
  • The 'Verse: The "Chronoverse", a setting he's developed for his My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic fanfiction.


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