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Doctor Who fanfiction crossovers recs & more

Star Trek July 26, 2010

Filed under: Star Trek — lostspook @ 9:06 am
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Title: Encounter
Author: Adrian Tullberg
Rating: All ages / PG
Word Count: 69
Characters: Cyberman, Borg drone

A lone Cyberman meets a Borg drone.


Hitch Hiker’s Guide

Filed under: Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy — lostspook @ 9:05 am
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Title: Ode
Author: Kathryn Shadow
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 390
Characters: Eighth Doctor

The Doctor has a painful encounter with Vogon poetry…


Title: Does The Doctor Know Where His Towel Is
Author: AstroGirl
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 623
Characters: The Doctor, The Guide

An extract from the guide on the subject of Time Lord, towels and the Doctor, and just as amusing as something like that ought to be. Excellent!


Indiana Jones July 12, 2010

Filed under: Indiana Jones — lostspook @ 11:33 am
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Title: Juxtapositions and Anachronisms
Author: intrikate88
Rating: PG
Word Count: 3747
Characters: River Song, Indiana Jones

This is fun. It’s completely River/Indiana Jones, but entertainingly and with a few unlikely derring-do archaeological incidents thrown in.


Buffy & Angel


Title: Infiltration
Author: Forge
Rating: Teen
Word Count: 12,868 (8 chapters)
Characters: Seventh Doctor, Ace, Faith Lehane, Rupert Giles, Willow Rosenberg, Kennedy, Buffy Summers, Vi, Xander Harris

Dark, and intriguing. WIP, but there’s enough here to make it worth recommending nonetheless. This author is consistently excellent.


Title: Brightening
Author: Kerr Avonson
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 200
Characters: Eighth Doctor, Buffy Summers

Brief vignette of the two in passing. Lovely.



Title: The Enemy Within
Author: mrtc2003
Rating: PG
Word Count: 1545
Characters: The Master (Ainley), Angel

This is an interesting, dark crossover that brings out the similarities and differences in both characters and works very well in looking at the gap in the Master’s story between Survival and the TV Movie. (There are a couple of basic punctuation slips in the dialogue, but the rest is well-written enough to make it easy to overlook.)