A postcard of thanks from a Jedi Knight to the Doctor. (I was particularly amused at the reference to Nyssa, which seems very Season 20 to me…)
All Creatures Great and Small February 13, 2010
Yet another amusing case of mistaken identity in Darrowby. Slight, but certainly amusing. (Although the one with the Myrka is still my favourite).
House of Leaves – Mark L. Danielewski January 26, 2010
Barely more than a drabble, short but sweet (and clever) definitely sums this one up.
All Creatures Great And Small December 8, 2009
An unexpected AU crossover solution to the Myrka problem. If this doesn’t make you grin, few things will.
Another humorous All Creatures cross. (To nitpick, there are a few typos in here, but the punchline more than makes up for them.)
Stargate (SG1) November 25, 2009
I don’t watch Stargate and I just loved this. It’s sweet and funny with lots of cliches of the shows being exploited, Romana being both terribly clever and enjoyable company and the Doctor and O’Neill run around in amusing ways while hairy aliens attack and things blow up. What more could anyone ask for?
Okay, are there any bad, incomprehensible Stargate crosses? This is great with the Doctor getting tangled in Jack’s world and it being pretty much business as usual for the Time Lord. With a very entertainig ending. Lovely! (There’s a double drabble of a sequel here, too.)
Harry Potter November 14, 2009
And this time, you’ll be glad to hear, I found more than a drabble…
The Fourth Doctor makes an error in Jelly Baby purchasing…
I’m rather wary of DW crossed with fantasy, but again, this author writes such excellent fics, how could this go wrong? Severus Snape has encountered the Doctor in all sorts of times and places. A well-written, haunting piece.
Maybe my wariness is beginning to disapparate, but I like this. I like the excellent Four characterisation and there’s a DW logical reason for the existence of wizards on Earth. (Even if it doesn’t account for Ten reading the books, but Four doesn’t know that yet!) And it’s not an obvious character crossover, either.
Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy June 21, 2009
Not all by any means, but three to start with:
This is a spot-on crossover. It’s funny and angsty in all the right ways. And has a Guide entry for the Time Lords. What more can you ask for?
The crews of both improbable crafts collide with an awful lot of fun, and plenty of the right sort of confusion.