Star Crossed

Doctor Who fanfiction crossovers recs & more

Highlander February 15, 2012

Title: Friendly Drink
Author: KerrAvonson
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 450
Characters: Ninth Doctor, Rose Tyler, Methos, Duncan Macleod

Amusing vignette – the confusion of non-linear meetings for time travellers and immortals… (The author has also written two drabble crossovers with Methos and the Doctor: Geodesy – the First Doctor in the Library of Alexandria – and Fall, a double drabble featuring the Second Doctor and Methos in the Himalayas).

 

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Title: Twisting Timelines
Author: amaresu
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 1737
Characters: Tenth Doctor, Martha Jones, Methos (slight Methos/Martha)

I don’t really know Highlander (still) but this is a well-written, thoughtful crossover, with Martha and Methos (and the Doctor) meeting in a non-linear way, not unlike River Song and the Doctor would later.

 

Stargate (SG1) June 17, 2011

Title: A Jaffa, an archaeoogist and two Air Force officers walk into a library
Author: aces
Rating: All ages.
Word Count: 1289
Characters: Eleventh Doctor, Amy Pond, Rory Williams, Daniel Jackson, Jack O’Neill, Teal’c, Sam Carter

A lovely bit of fun in which the two teams meet in a library, and there is world-threatening danger and the Doctor and Daniel bonding over bow ties, books and the promise of a visit to yet another library.

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Title: T is for Time (Non-Encounters of the Deeply Weird Kind)
Author:
aces
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 3223
Characters: Fourth Doctor, Leela, Eighth Doctor, Second Doctor, Jamie McCrimmon, Zoe Heriot, Sixth Doctor, Peri Brown, Third Doctor, Fifth Doctor, Tenth Doctor, Martha Jones, Seventh Doctor, Ninth Doctor, First Doctor, Ian Chesterton, Barbara Wright, Eleventh Doctor, Daniel Jackson, Sam Carter, Jack O’Neill, Teal’c, Vala Mal Doran.

Highly entertaining multi-era fic in which the team encounter all of the Doctors without ever realising it’s the same person.

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Title: gate Travel
Author: Apple Cameron
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 127
Characters: The Doctor, his companion (any era you choose), the Star Gate

The Doctor, not overly impressed by the Gate.

 

Gone With The Wind October 21, 2010

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Title: The Yankee’s Loot
Author: Yahtzee
Rating: All ages / PG
Word Count: 11,001
Characters: Tenth Doctor, Martha Jones, Scarlett O’Hara

Not a crossover I’d ever have thought of, chosen, or anything, but this is excellent. Strangely brilliant, all in character, and with a priceless ending.

 

Firefly / Serenity June 16, 2010

Two more…

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Title: Serenity
Author: Emery Board
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 666
Characters: Tenth Doctor, Martha Jones, River Tam

The Doctor lands on board someone else’s ship and gets more than he bargained for…

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Title: The Third Passenger, or: How River Tam Learned the Importance of Not Opening Other People’s Watches
Author: Forge
Rating: PG
Word Count: 5634
Characters: The Master (Jacobi), River Tam, Simon Tam, Mal Reynolds, Kaylee Frye, Zoe Washburne, Jayne Cobb, Inara Serra, Book.

Another beautifully written, dark look at the Master, this time the Yana incarnation. The cross fits perfectly, although the ending renders it AU.

 

Rocky movies March 7, 2010

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Title: The Passenger
Author: Adrian Tullberg
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 552
Characters: Tenth Doctor, Martha Jones, Rocky Balboa

A very amusing short cross.

 

Sherlock Holmes February 19, 2010

Filed under: Sherlock Holmes / Conan Doyle — lostspook @ 7:46 pm
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Title: Chance Encounter
Author: eponymous_rose
Rating: All Ages
Word Count: Drabble
Characters: Martha Jones, Dr Watson

A neat begging-for-more drabble cross for these two.

 

Lord of the Rings

Title: One Does Not Simply Materialize into Middle Earth
Author:rickmaniac101
Rating: All ages
Word Count: 1803
Characters: Tenth Doctor, Martha Jones, Gandalf, Elrond, Legolas, Boromir, Aragorn, Gimli

Crossing Doctor Who with a book or show that aceepts the existence of magic is always one of the hardest tricks to pull off and this one does it by being as amusing as possible. I just dread to think what the Doctor might end up actually doing with the ring, cos it’s not as if stuff ever goes to plan for him…