This makes great use of cutting between The Unicorn and the Wasp to The Mind Robber to make one of the unlikeliest crossovers ever occur. It’s very entertaining.
Hitch-hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy November 23, 2010
Title: Jack Harkness, the Infinitely Prolongued
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 547
Characters: Jack Harkness, Owen Harper, Toshiko Sato, Gwen Cooper, Ianto Jones, Wowbagger the Infinitely Prolongued
This is brilliantly in character for both shows, very funny, and very Jack. What else could you ask for in a fic this short?
Arthur’s quest for tea leads him to the alien who’s just bought up the entire contents of the shop they were in, and to Rose Tyler, and trouble. Lovely, fun cross, the narrator’s voice very much in-keeping for both worlds.
And: “Get ready, Rose, for the most excruciatingly mind-numbingly dull bit of planet-saving you’ll ever be involved in.”
“What, why? What’re we going to do?”
“How are you at filling in forms?”
Miss Ruth Blackett encounters a group of children playing in the park and rediscovers Captain Nancy.
Again, I don’t know the cross, but this is also simply a well-written fic tied into the EDAs.
Nine / Firefly November 20, 2010
No less than three Nine-era crossovers with Firefly. Enjoy.
I haven’t read this yet (not wanting to be any more spoiled for Firefly, which I’ve not yet seen) but this author writes excellent crossovers, and this long fic doesn’t look as if it’s any exception.
Title: Cover Stories
Rating: Teen (For Jack, and several cases of accidental nudity, and Jack)
Word Count: 3266
Characters: Jack Harkness, Ninth Doctor, Rose Tyler, Mal Reynolds, Inara Serra, River Tam, Zoe Washburne, Simon Tam, Kaylee Frye
There’s a party with a defabricator and two sets of people trying to walk off with a priceless artefact. This is very entertaining and excellently done. As above, Teen warning for Jack and several cases of nudity (including Jack).
Lovely, well-written, thoughtful crossover with excellent use of River to bring an enlightening perspective to the TARDIS team.
A well-written and bittersweet encounter.
Robert A Heinlein November 8, 2010
It’s not a crossover I know, but this certainly looks like an interesting story – something a little bit different.