icarus_chained: lurid original bookcover for fantomas, cropped (Nebula)
( Oct. 3rd, 2012 02:13 am)
For [livejournal.com profile] order_of_chaos. Can be considered a sequel to this comment fic, for how J'onn got to the Avengers universe, but general comics weirdness should get you there anyway -_-;

Title: Luminous Echo
Rating: PG-13
Fandom: DC Comics, Avengers movieverse
Characters/Pairings: J'onn J'onzz, Tony Stark, JARVIS, brief Jane Foster. Tony & JARVIS & J'onn
Summary: While Tony, JARVIS and Jane try to figure out how to get him home, J'onn offers the AI and his creator a glimpse of each other
Wordcount: 1600-odd
Warnings/Notes: Three-way telepathy, little bit of J'onn angst
Disclaimer: Not mine

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( Mar. 1st, 2012 01:53 pm)
From [livejournal.com profile] shadadukal

1. Leave a comment to this post!
2. I will give you a letter.
3. Post the names of five fictional characters whose names begin with that letter, and your thoughts on each. The characters can be from books, movies, or TV shows.




And for [livejournal.com profile] grav_ity:

First, just a quick thing, for anyone on my flist in the Highlander Fandom. I'm looking for a fic that I vaguely, vaguely remember reading some time ago (one of these days, I will actually have to start bookmarking these things, but howandever ...). I don't remember all that much of it, all I know is that it involved one scene of Methos jousting a helicopter. *smiles faintly* That stuck in my head, just a bit ...

Second, I've been kinda musing a little bit on my crossover habits. Not my reading ones (I'll read pretty much anything, provided I know both fandoms - though oddly I don't tend to be very fond of the massive-multiplayer-type crossovers), but more the ones I'd write/have in my head. Heh. And I've come to the conclusion that I have at least three fandoms (four, really, but one I haven't looked at in years) that I kinda tend to crossover with everything. Heh. And those are:

- Highlander - because Methos goes everywhere. There's some problems, at least for me, when crossing HL with magic/myth fandoms set on Earth, because of Methos' reaction to Ahriman (you'd think, if demons were common enough, a 5000 year old man who lived through most of the ages of legend would have encountered them before), but I can put that down to Methos, for whatever inscrutable reasons of his own, wanting Mac to figure it out on his own, and not wanting Joe or any of the younger immortals to know. Masquerades within masquerades. It just takes a little work, is all. But, generally, if the setting involved Earth at any point in its present/past, I can find a way to work HL/Methos into it, and have a lot of fun.

- Good Omens - because Aziraphale and Crowley go everywhere. *grins* And sometimes Adam, too. Or the Horsepersons. Again, slightly complicated by religion in some myth-heavy settings, but I've mostly managed to work out a basis for that (Hinduism is wonderful, by the by, as a source for concepts). And ... well, the angel and the demon just go everywhere, and, much like Methos, are a hell of a lot of fun to dump into settings with heavily black-and-white conflicts, because they make everything go all grey again. Heh.

- Addams Family - because everyone, everywhere, should spend at least some time with an Addams. Heh. This one has a slightly narrower range in time, depending on how immortal you think the Addamses are, but the Family seems to endure. The idea. It goes back, according to the movie, at least as far as Nero. And the Addams ... everything, at some point, should be seen through an Addams lens, just to remind yourself of the vague absurdity that hovers over, well, life. Heh. If the setting involves Earth, or any of the fey or twilight realms, the Addamses will get you there.

The fourth one, which I haven't touched in a while, was DC Comics. Simply because, given the panoply of canon alternate universes, mythologies, magics, technologies, time-travel, dimensional travel, reality-spanning entities and what have you, there is practically a canon means to cross characters from that multiverse with anything.

And I think, largely, I tend to think of those canons as the 'chameleon canons', because with a little work they'll fit in with most anything, which is why I tend to cross them with everything. Heh. If I've written multiple stories in a canon, chances are I've crossed it with at least one of them, or it is one of them (and I've crossed HL and AF with each other). I do other crossovers, too, any worlds that seem to fit, or potentially fit, but those four are the ones that seem to go everywhere. Heh.

Also, in something of a non-sequiter, but there was a train of thought, now I kinda want to see Methos crossed into Shannara, via The Word and the Void. *grins, shakes head*
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( Feb. 11th, 2010 03:23 pm)
For [livejournal.com profile] genclay 

Title:  Walkies
Rating:  PG
Fandoms:  ST:TOS, DC comics
Characters/Pairings:  Spock, McCoy, Krypto, Jim, hints of Spock/McCoy
Summary:  Spock takes on the duty of exercising Krypto. There's just one slight problem ...
Worcount:  822
Warnings:  Some language, not much
Disclaimer:  I own nothing.

Walkies )
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( Jan. 16th, 2010 10:30 pm)
Title:  Ambassador
Rating:  PG
Fandoms:  Babylon 5, DC Universe
Characters/Pairings:  Ambassador Timov, Ambassador J'onn
Continuity:  After series for Babylon 5, random DC
Summary:  Timov had always known Emperor Cotto had a sadistic streak. Fortunately, the night may not be completely wasted.
Wordcount:  321
Notes:  for [livejournal.com profile] merfilly 
Disclaimer:  Not mine

Ambassador
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( Dec. 6th, 2009 09:26 pm)
For [livejournal.com profile] cold_nostalgia .

Title: Unbowed
Rating: PG
Fandoms: DC
Continuity: Set far-future (hopefully)
Characters/Pairings: Clark, Diana, Clark/Lois
Summary: At Lois' funeral, Clark considers Time
Wordcount: 534
Warnings: Er. Lois' death?
Disclaimer: Not mine.


Unbowed )

Vegeta & Goku (DragonBall Z)
Bruce & Clark (DC comics)
Lex & Clark (DC comics)
Avon & Blake (Blake's 7)
Raffles & Bunny (Raffles the Amateur Cracksman)
Holmes & Watson (Sherlock Holmes)

These are all characters I've been reading/watching lately, and I've been noticing a kind of ... theme ... I think, in their interactions. More than just them, of course. There are lots of characters that fall into the same pattern. Not all of them are male, either, though I notice it does seem to be slightly more common among men, at least in fiction.
 

The pattern of pride and pity ... )
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( Oct. 17th, 2009 01:25 am)
Title:  Gift
Rating:  PG
Fandom:  DC
Characters/Pairings:  Diana/J'onn
Summary:  All she wants is to give a gift to a friend
Wordcount:  324
Notes:  for [personal profile] bradygirl_12

Gift )

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( Oct. 3rd, 2009 12:50 am)
Title:  Necessary Evils
Rating:  PG-13, maybe R
Fandom:  DC Comics
Characters/Pairings:  Alfred, Joker
Summary:  Necessary Evil is a phrase Alfred knows well. A phrase he's acted on more than once.
Wordcount:  1134
Continuity:  Current canon, ie after Bruce's death
Notes/Warnings:  For [personal profile] cold_nostalgia , and I'm positive it wasn't what she intended. It went ... dark ... people. Very, very dark. Disturbing themes ahoy!

Necessary Evils )

Title: Silent Spaces, Hand in Hand
Rating: PG
Fandom: DC Comics
Characters/Pairings: Bruce/J'onn, mentions of J'onn's family
Summary: Every martian year, on the anniversary, J'onn goes home. To remember.
Wordcount: 887
Continuity: *shrugs* Pick what suits you?
Notes: for [livejournal.com profile] merfilly. Also inspired by this image. Martian language not offical, by the by.
What happens when I watch Cirque Du Soleil to cheer myself up.

Title:  Circus
Rating:  PG
Characters/Pairings:  Dick Grayson, Bruce
Summary:  Then and now, some things remain the same. Gotham is her own circus, in Dick's eyes.
Wordcount:  797
Disclaimer:  Not mine.

Circus )
Tags:
Right. This will take some explaining. Well, actually no. Basically, random pairing resulting from a meme, that I fell in absolute love with.

Title:  Strangers in a Strange Land
Rating:  PG-13
Fandoms:  DC universe and Man From Uncle
Characters/Pairings:  Illya/Katerina(J'onn), vague hints for Alfred/J'onn, M'y'riah/J'onn and Illya&Napoleon
Summary:  Set in 60's New York, MFU era. Illya watches a woman in a cafe, and finds a kindred spirit.
Wordcount:  1870
Notes:  Makes use of J'onn's female alter-ego Katerina, from my Alfred/J'onn series (http://icarus-chained.livejournal.com/14387.html#cutid1). Events of True Deceptions vaguely referenced, but not really necessary for understanding. I think.
Disclaimer:  Neither belong to me. Unfortunately. 

Strangers in a Strange Land )
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( Jul. 20th, 2009 12:45 am)
Title:  Moments of Pain, Reaching
Rating:  PG-13
Characters/Pairings:  Bruce/Jim
Summary:  Friends. Brothers. Lovers.
Wordcount:  591
Continuity:  Comics, I think.
Warnings:  Meandering, train-of-thought type thing. Don't take too seriously.

Moments of Pain )
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( Jul. 18th, 2009 12:21 am)
Title:  The Dying Time
Rating:  PG
Fandom:  DC
Characters/Pairings:  Bruce, Alfred/J'onn
Summary:  All elves must endure a Dying Time. But Alfred's human family do not mean to let him go so easily.
Prompt:  Dragon and elf.
Notes:  for [livejournal.com profile] merfilly 
Wordcount:  976

The Dying Time )
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( Jul. 17th, 2009 11:34 pm)
Title:  Freedom
Rating:  PG-13
Fandom:  DC
Characters/Pairings:  Barbara, Arthur, Bruce, Jim.
Summary:  Barbara is cursed to become a mermaid. Or at least, they thought it was a curse.
Notes:  for [personal profile] bradygirl_12 
Prompt:  mermaid
Wordcount:  886

Freedom )
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( Jun. 14th, 2009 01:33 am)
Title:  Need You
Rating:  PG
Characters/Pairings:  could be Bruce/Dick, or Bruce&Dick, depending on how you want to take it. I like them either way
Summary:  Sometimes, Dick just needs a little something.
Wordcount:  635

Need You )
Well, sorta. Considering I haven't really read any of it, this is just based on the fact that I know two of my favourites have ... well. Died. Fix-it fic. Sorta.

Title:  Fallen
Rating:  PG
Characters/Pairings:  Bruce/J'onn
Summary:  We are the fallen. And yet we stand.
Wordcount:  301
Spoilers:  Final Crisis, I think, but not really.

Fallen )
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( May. 18th, 2009 11:13 pm)

For [info]rai_daydreamer.

Title:  Warmth
Rating:  PG
Fandom:  DC
Characters/Pairings:  Bruce/Clark
Summary:  It was a ratty old thing, that bathrobe. Hardly a gift worthy of princes.
Wordcount:  396
 

Warmth )
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( May. 18th, 2009 01:23 am)

For [personal profile] bradygirl_12  .

Title:  Ice-cream
Rating:  PG
Fandom:  DC
Characters/Pairings:  Bruce Wayne, wee!Dick
Summary:  How surveillance had turned into ice-cream in the park, Bruce wasn't quite sure ...
Wordcount:  668

 

Ice-cream )


 

Part the Second:  In Which They Are Outlaws (of differing kinds) In The Old West
Characters:  Selina Kyle & Alfred Pennyworth




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