Story - Vanishing Act.
Fandoms - Jonathan Creek, Harry Potter, The Secret World of Alex Mack
Teen, no warnings.

I've just posted a story called Vanishing Act on the Buffyverse crossover site Twisting the Hellmouth -

This is basically a Jonathan Creek mystery in a world with superheroes, the main fandoms being Jonathan Creek and an AU non-magical version of Harry Potter - and bits of several other fandoms including Stargate and Buffy.

I won't be posting it here because it's set in the Teraverse, a hugely complicated multiple crossover setting created by Diane Castle which must be getting on towards three million words by about twenty authors - the bits you will need to read for it to make any sense, at a minImum, are the first, third and possibly fourth stories of this series: A Brane of Extraordinary Women - together they're about 2 million words! I think it's a fair assumption that most people who read this will already be familiar with this setting from having read these stories over several years, so I'm not going to try to explain it here.

No man can step into the same river twice, for the second time it is not the same river, and he is not the same man.
- Heraclitus

(More Than) Five Hundred Words About Five Last Men
by damaged justice
post-"Dirty Girls"/anywhere in Y canon
Words: 1239
Rating: G
Characters: Rupert Giles, Angel, Spike, Xander Harris, Andrew Wells, Illyria, Buffy Summers, Agent 355, Dr. Alison Mann, Hero Brown
Relationships: Spike/Buffy Summers, Xander Harris/Agent 355

Archive Of Our Own
Title:Reaping the Whirlwind (The Boom Boom Boom Ba Remix)
Author: [personal profile] liz_marcs
Fandoms: Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Dead Like Me
Author's synopsis:

What does the addition of supernatural-related reaps to the reaping workload, Roxy’s promotion, the addition of a new grim reaper with supernatural experience, a new sort-of boyfriend who may or may not be a pirate, and an approaching apocalypse all have in common? New grim reaper boss George doesn’t know, but she’s willing to bet that in the middle of it all the universe will kick her ass. Again.

Status: complete
Last update: 2009-08-03
Current length: 82,036 words
Rating: Variously listed as R and PG-13 by the author, depending where you look. I'm using my judgement and selecting PG-13 as what I think is the best fit. Some sex and violence.
Download available: yes
Other links:

Dead Like Me is still one of my favourite shows; her distinctive bratty snark makes Georgia Lass one of the most memorable characters on modern TV. Unfortunately, her unique style of narration makes fanfic about Dead Like Me really, really difficult to write. This is the only fic I have ever found that nails her perfectly. When I'm reading this, I can almost hear her voice in my head. Yeah, it's a Buffy crossover, and Dawn and Xander do show up, and they're fine, and they're in character. But if you're anything like me, you're only reading Dead Like Me fics because you have an empty Georgia shaped hole in your heart that needs to be filled, and putting on the actual DVDs yet again just doesn't appeal. Don't worry, this story can help!

Unfortunately, Reaping The Whirlwind isn't a good introduction to anything. You need to be familiar with Buffy and Dead Like Me before you start, or you'll get spoiled, lost, and confused.
Title: The World of the Creatures
Author: [ profile] pmraptor98
Fandoms: Avatar, Primeval, Batman, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Doctor Who, The Lord of the Rings, Jurassic Park, King Kong, Predator, Alien Series, Expedition, All Tomorrows, Snaiad, Tetropod Zoology, Colbert Report, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Lady Gaga, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, The Speculative Dinosaur Project
Author's synopsis:

19 year-old English Major, Brendan Anderson, went to sleep one night at his dorm of the University of Vermont, but woke up the next morning in a steaming tropical jungle. In the space of just a few hours, he encounters dinosaurs, aliens, creatures from the future, Lady Gaga, and Batman. Working together with others who've found themselves mysteriously brought to this place, they must find out where exactly they are, and how they'll be able to get back home.
This is the first piece of fan fiction I've ever written or published. I would really appreciate any thoughts or feedback. Thank you for taking the time to look at it.

Status: incomplete
Last update: 2013-12-04
Current length: 67822 words
Rating: teen
Download available: yes
Other links: tvtropes

Disclaimer: this is my first post here, so sorry in advance if I'm doing it wrong. Should I be using type:fic or type:rec? And should I be using the reccer tags at all?

I didn't expect to enjoy this as much as I did. Or at all, really. I mean, it's a self-insert with Batman, Lady Gaga, and Buffy. So I was all ready for some kind of awful crackfic of doom! But the nice thing about low expectations is that when things turn out to be better than you were thinking, you get a pleasant surprise. Yeah, OK, it is a little cracky. It can't help it, with all of these characters thrown together. But it does have an overarching plot that keeps everything moving, everyone is at least vaguely in character (as far as I can tell), the self-insert hardly gets any screen time at all and isn't the main character, the main character isn't an objectionable Gary Stu, and the writing is competent.

That really sounds like I'm damning it with faint praise, but that isn't my intent at all. If you've ever wanted to get a bunch of your favourite characters together in a room, and watch them interact, you'll understand why I enjoyed this. Unlike most crossovers, it doesn't limit itself to 1 or 2 worlds, and it isn't concerned about only drawing from worlds that are vaguely related. The author made the extremely smart decision to split his vast multitude of characters up into several groups, so each one gets at least a small chance to shine. It also keeps the plot moving forward, and prevents things from devolving into a massive fantasy fandom reunion, where all the characters just get to know each other and nothing ever happens. To enjoy this, you should be at least vaguely familiar with Buffy, Doctor Who, and Batman. If you're not familiar with the rest of the fandoms you should be OK, as the vast diversity of characters assembled in this work gives the author lots of opportunity to explain things without the old "As you know, Bob," standby.
The March of the Black Queen (1411 words) by Ruuger
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Queen (Band)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Spike (BtVS), Drusilla (BtVS), Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor (Queen)
Additional Tags: Crossover
Summary: Kensington Market, summer 1970. A young couple on their way to USA stops by to buy a present for an elderly relative.
Title:Ready to be Strong
By: étienneofthewestwind
Rating: K+/PG
Word Count: 1326
Disclaimer: Don’t own Buffy. Don’t own Arrow or any of the various DC elements the series AUs.
Summary: It’s not just the question. It’s also timing and context. Spoilers for Arrow season one.
Note: This in an AU of an AU crossover I’ve been trying to plot out for a while. As it turns out, double AUs can be cannon-compliant.

Ready to be Strong
Title: Quest for a Supervisor
Author: étienneofthewestwind
Word Count: 6555
Rating: PG-13/FRT
Summary: When a delusional unsub targets members of the BAU with his taunts, the disappearance of SSA Aaron Hotchner and his family is discovered. The remaining team members scramble to decipher the cryptic clues and save one of their own.

Part 1

Part 4

Below you can read the text for the informal script for a film Selina Mandrake - The Slayer (taglined “Caught between post-Modernism and the New Age”) which I have published on my site and elsewhere. It is marketed as a Buffy parody, but integrates a lot of other franchises including Star Trek: DS9, Dumas’ The Three Musketeers, the Jewish Bible and the Midrash, and quite a few others.

Abstract: A geeky Anglo-American girl in her high school senior year in 2011 California, finds out that she is none other than The Slayer, a legendary heroine who is destined to slay many notable vampires and demons, culminating in none other than The Master, the vampire with the oldest soul. See how she manages to do so, despite being completely non-violent, and even supportive of the demons she encounters.

If you like this script, I would appreciate recommending it to your friends or sharing it on social networks.

For the screenplay itself )
Title: Relative Strangers
Author: [personal profile] mirrored_illusions / 3am_moonlight
Fandoms: NCIS / Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Rating: FR-13 for language.
Ship(s): Gen, maybe some background het/femmeslash.
Genre(s): Real family, au.
Length: 1727 words / WiP.
Warnings/Contains: Eh, nothing worse than what's seen on either show.
Summary: Agent Gibbs recieves a letter from the 'Northern Californian Woman's Facility'.
Disclaimer: Not mine. Both NCIS and the Buffyverse belongs to their respective owners.
Links: Dreamwidth | Livejournal | Archive Of Our Own | Twisting the Hellmouth |
The Other Victorian (882 words) by faviconRuuger
Fandom: Babylon 5/Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warning: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Characters: Spike, Sebastian
Summary: When Sebastian enters the ship, there is a man waiting for him.


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