Of course you don't. It was, after all, non-transformers related. When I first started doing this project, I was a junior in high school. That was almost six years ago. Six years later, and almost sixty chapters later, I called it quits on that form. I began revising it, and worked out a completely revamped arc, got rid of a few characters, tightened up the storyline, changed names, created my own little universe... and I haven't begun putting the text down yet.
But if you wanna have a look-see at the former flagship project of mine, The Celtic Dude Chronicles, it would be here:
So what will be changing exactly? It's very simple. Everyone gets re-named, except for a couple people (one who is a real person, has consented to me using their name and likeness). I wanted to separate Celtic Dude from my real life, which this original set of stories is based on. As I rather like the premise, I kept it and very few else. Gone are Celtic Dude's three good friends, Rohr, Forty and Guber. In their place, is nobody. The now-older Celtic Dude is a fish-out-of-water, as it were. A freshman in college, he is somewhat isolated in his new environment.
Also gone is the Society of the Sightless Eye (which the "superhero team" name The Unseen, is derived from). The "secret society of super people" angle felt hokey, and I wanted a sense of realism in the story. In it's place? A secret society-- I really don't think I'll bring them into play until the latter arcs of the series (there will be FIVE by my reckoning, plus some side-stories and a few arcs set after the major plot), but I hint at their existence early on.
Whatever the case may be, just read 'em. I don't think they're any good, but I'm never proud of my work, save the events of the old TFRPG's I was a part of-- collective storywriting is always better, in my opinion. It gives it a good anthology feel to it.