A lovely crossover piece, very sweet and in character for both. There are one or two typos that could use fixing, but other than that it’s note-perfect.
The Sandman – Neil Gaiman May 27, 2010
I don’t know enough about the crossover to say much, except this was very amusing. (So not much to the dark side of that series, then. But very amusing.)
Hornblower May 15, 2010
Just very sweet, silly and short. I say no more.
Title: Boys (or Down With the Patriarchy)
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 3392
Characters: Seventh Doctor, Ace, Angel, Wesley Wyndham-Price, Winifred Burkle, Charles Gunn, Harmony, Lorne, Spike. (Set S5 for Angel; hints of both Ace/Fred, and Wesley/Fred).
This is just gorgeous, and I don’t say that lightly. It’s well-written and with everyone in character, some lovely gems of lines, while musing on the nature of Doctors and Companions, Watchers and Slayers, and Boys and Girls. And Angel phones security just to say, “You suck.” If there were more crossovers like this, fandom would be a better place.
A chance encounter on a railway station in 1932. A good, thoughtful piece with excellent characterisation all round. And I do like the nod to Brief Encounter, too.
The X-Files April 29, 2010
Two great linked stories by the same author. (Although reading both is not a necessity to understand either.)
A lovely, solid cross with excellent characterisation around. Why are there not more like this?
Sequel to The Truth Is Out There, But Who Knows but stands alone.
Supernatural November 15, 2009
Again, I’ve not watched the crossover show, but as much fun as this author’s other stories, indeed.
Again, a well-written little cross. (With a touch of Martha/Dean, for those who like that sort of thing, or need warning against it).
Withnail & I November 10, 2009
Don’t worry about having seen the film; as long as you know who the leads are, you’ll be grinning as widely as me. Eight to (Shalka) Nine: “Right, because we really should have considered who’d be the more successful poverty-stricken sixties actor before we did this?”