Star Crossed

Doctor Who fanfiction crossovers recs & more

Angel March 6, 2011

Title: Remembrance
Author: Kerr Avonson
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 200
Characters: Ninth Doctor, Angel

The Doctor and Angel, comparing notes, when it comes to certain kinds of sacrifices. Double drabble.

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Title: So We Sailed On To The Sun
Author: ProfessorSpork
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 2747
Characters: Ninth Doctor, Jack Harkness, Rose Tyler, Lorne, Angel, Wesley Wyndham-Price, Cordelia Chase.

Nice thoughtful, fun crossover, with all the voices particularly accurately done.

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Angel May 15, 2010

Title: Boys (or Down With the Patriarchy)
Author: uktechgirl
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.

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Title: Strangers in the Night
Author: Suzanne
Rating: All ages / PG
Word Count: 2755
Characters: Eighth Doctor, Angel, Charley

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.

 

Angel March 6, 2010

Title: Choices
Author: Forge
Rating: All Ages / PG
Word Count: 3669
Characters: Seventh Doctor, Illyria

A note first: something odd has happened with the formatting in the first chapter – don’t be put off. This is a great story, note perfect for Illyria and Seven and the elusive quality of Angel as a show.

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Title: Winged Shadows
Author: vvj5
Rating: All ages / PG
Word Count: 16,545
Characters: Sixth Doctor, Peri Brown, Angel, Cordelia Chase, Wesley Wyndham-Price, Charles Gunn, Lorne, Lilah Morgan.

There’s a new menace in LA and it’s not the weirdo in the patchwork coat. It’s something shadowy and dangerous. That makes it the business of Angel Investigations, Wolfram and Hart – and a passing Time Lord.

(Another of my own sorry efforts, I’m afraid.)