The Duology Of Nicholas Andersen is a two-part story written by Brian Hawke. The story follows the adventures of aspiring young author Brian Hawke (No relation with the author) and his most beloved character, Nicholas Andersen. The first story (War Of A Thousand Worlds) is set in Brian's dreams, and deals with a conflict breaking out between the good-aligned characters of various stories and their evil-aligned counterparts after the murder of a young girl disrupts the until then peaceful relations with them. (Altough relatively few characters from outside the author's works make an appearance, as most of the conflict happens offscreen)Both Brian and Nicholas must work together to stop this conflict before it escalates into a full-blown war...as well as deal with a traitor in their midst. You can find it here 
The second story, (The Falcon Writer) is set in the work's "real world", a transplanted version of Miraculous Ladybug with the setting moved to a London 20 Minutes into the Future. Here, Brian must team up with both Ladybug and Chat Noir to stop a new giver of powers, the mysterious Falcon Writer. It's still under development and you can find it here 
The story uses elements from various other stories as well, mostly as devices (Such as a "Lightning Thrower" from El Eternauta) or as characters appearing as a One-Scene Wonder, such as Darth Vader. A non-canon prequel story, Tales Of A Reset Mind, expands on Nico's backstory, and is set in a version of Inside Out.
The Duology Of Nicholas Andersen contains examples of:
- Absence of Evidence: There isn't enough evidence to find out who murdered Thalia.
- All Your Base Are Belong to Us: In the finale, the Magician breaks into the Island and into the Author Room.
- Anti-Villain: Nico. He wants Brian to stop mistreating his characters...by trying to kill him and making his life hell.
- Author Powers: Limited. Brian only has the powers as long as he stays inside the Author Room.
- False Flag Operation: Brian is framed of a school shooting by one.
- Home Base: The Island.
- Incredibly Lame Pun: When Brian contemplates creating a whirlwind by spinning his whip, he comments that he isn't a huge fan of the idea.
- Instant Expert: Averted. Brian doesn't know his way around most vehicles he sees, and he comments that he doesn't know how to use his whip when he first gets it.
- Mega Crossover: Easily mixes ten works, altough most as minor appearances.
- Reality Ensues: Brian doesn't know how to fly a helicopter or starfighter, and therefore decides not to use them near the climax. He settles for a broomstick instead.
- Retirony: Captain Mc Anderson "retires" when the story he comes from is attacked, and presumably destroyed by Nicholas
- Self-Insert Fic: Played with. It's implied that Brian wrote one in the past and the character (Nicholas) slipped out of his control.
- Shock and Awe: Nicholas can shoot lightning.
- Training Montage: Brian goes through one at the end of night three, altough it's mostly kept off screen.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Brian's overreaction to Nicholas going off the rails.
- White Void Room: The Author Room.
- Who Murdered the Asshole?: It's very clear that Bill the serial killer isn't liked by anyone.
- A Day in the Limelight: Nathaniel gets much more attention and screen time due to being Brian's friend.
- Alternate Universe Fic: The setting is inexplicably moved from Paris to London.
- Car Fu: Berserkar's prime method of attack.
- Catapult to Glory: How Gapman is defeated.
- Contrived Coincidence: In Episode 3, Brian invents a supervillain called Technosaur for Nathaniel's comics. The next week that very same villain is unleashed by the Falcon Writer, making Ladybug think that Brian Hawke is the Falcon Writer.
- Do You Trust Me?: Brian spends the first episode trying to gain the duo's trust, and even then he can feel that they're keeping an eye on him. It isn't until Episode 4 that he fully earns their trust.
- Everybody Lives: One of the author's comments. (Also, the one where nobody should be dying!)
- Glorious Mother Russia: Comrade Commander, mentioned via Noodle Incident in Episode 4.
- I Was Having Such a Nice Dream: Early in Episode 3, Adrien dreams that Ladybug is about to kiss him. The school bell rings before she can do so, waking him up.
- Lighter and Softer: Than the rest of the author's works.
- Next Tier Power-Up: The Fox Miraculous to Brian's wristwatch.
- Master of Illusion: Brian, after Episode 1.
- Noodle Incident: 'The Hot Chocholator Incident' that happened in Brian's village near Birmingham.
Ladybug: That time in the burning chemicals laboratory doesn't...doesn't count.
- In Epsiode 3, Ladybug references another.
- Again in Episode 4 with Comrade Commander.
- Portable Hole: Gapman shoots them.
- Rich Bitch: Chloé never changes.
- Starter Villain: Temporal Fabric goes down way easier than any other villain.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Falcon Writer to Hawk Moth.
- Time Master: Temporal Fabric, of the "stop time" variety.
- 20 Minutes into the Future: Set during late 2018/early 2019.
- Villain Opening Scene: Temporal Fabric's Falconization is the first thing that happens in episode 1.