I will be tallying and marking and getting the prizes in order and posting the winners by the end of the week.

Thanks to everyone who participated, and don't forget to take a look at what we produced with the Three Weeks for Dreamwidth tag.
Title: Episode 86: The Winchesters
Author:
[personal profile] donutsweeper
Fandoms: Supernatural/The Muppet Show
Word Count: 529 but VERY IMAGE HEAVY
Characters: Dean, Sam, Scooter, Rowlf the Dog, Beaker, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear and Kermit the Frog
Rating: G
Spoilers: None
Author's Note: You asked for cracky crossovers....


What happens when a case brings the Winchesters to an old theater... )
Hey hey hey! Three Weeks for Dreamwidth is nearly over, and that means our contest is nearly over too!

We're a little shy on works; and the ones that have been posted haven't been tagged with the three weeks for dreamwidth tag. You can tag your own entries (please do! and add the !tag tag if you need one created for you), so if you've posted something and want to be considered for prizes, please go back and add the three weeks for dreamwidth tag to your entry.

A reposting of the contest 'rules' such as they are:

1. Your work must be posted on Dreamwidth, and exclusively on Dreamwidth for the duration of the contest (through May 16th). It would make my day if you'd post it on [community profile] crossovers and link here from your other accounts, but I'm not going to require it.

2. You must tag your work with the three weeks for dreamwidth tag if you wish to be considered.

There will be three prizes: one for the craziest crossover idea/most outrageous blending of fandoms (as determined by poll), one for the person who posts the most works of any type (recs! meta! other things I can't think of!), and one completely random one that I will exercise my mod-like powers to award. I think it will probably have to do with participation (as in comments).


I've only seen one rec, and it was me! I didn't say I wouldn't participate, but I'd hate to give prizes to myself. There's got to be some awesome crossovers out there - post some recs! How about reccing some meta? Art? There's a whole wide world out there - rec like the wind!

Pull out those crossovers and recs and get them posted and tagged before the fest ends, May 16th. You can post until it is no longer May 16th anywhere in the world, so go get 'em!
Title: "A Really Nice Shade of Blue", part 1/10(ish)
A Top Gear/Doctor Who(/Torchwood/Sarah Jane Adventures/Big Finish) crossover
by [personal profile] melannen
Characters: Bessie, Oliver, a somewhat modified Nissan Figaro, a not-exactly-factory-model Fiat Panda, a Type 9 TARDIS in the guise of a police box, TGD and K9. (Also a bunch of anthropoid apes, but let's face it, no-one here watches Top Gear for the monkeys.) Gen, w/canon ships & subtext.
Story summary: "Tonight on Top Gear: James May fixes something that has been broken for a very long time, Richard Hammond is troubled in love, and I get abducted by an alien. Oh, and we also lark about on the Top Gear test track a lot and put a star who you've probably never heard of, but James really wants to go on a date with, in our reasonably priced car."
Disclaimer: For all I know, the Stig actually is an alien.
Notes: This is set, for Top Gear people, during the filming of an alternate S14; for Torchwood people, the autumn after Children of Earth; and for the Doctor, sometime between Journey's End and The End of Time. Also, I am not good with getting WIPs finished expeditiously, so it might be awhile till Chapter 2. But [community profile] crossovers wants us to post WIPS. :D Originally posted at [community profile] topgearslash.

Your special multimedia bonus enrichment for this chapter: Max Warp, the Big Finish thinly veiled audio crossover in which it is revealed that the Doctor thinks a Top Gear taping is the sort of place to bring a girl for a special night out. I think we all agree that he is correct. (Warning, this audio contains graphic depiction of Richard's crash, but spoiler:he isn't really dead.)

'So, as they are ever-responsive to the voice of the British populace, our producers have declared that in this episode, we are not going to spend any taxpayers' money on automobiles. This week, in the spirit of the great British virtues of thrift and making do, they've given us the key to an old BBC storage facility, which they tell us contains a variety of old prop vehicles used on cancelled shows. So instead of recklessly destroying a lot of expensive modern automobiles, we're going to be responsible by reusing and recycling, by which I mean recklessly destroy some iconic symbols that were beloved by an entire generation.' )
Title: Where To Go After The War
Fandom: Aliens/Terminator
Pairing/Characters: Ellen Ripley/Sarah Connor
Rating/Category: NC-17 / Fem (sexual situation/language)
Word Count: 874
Prompt: common ground
Spoilers: None, totally AU
Notes/Warnings: for this comment at [community profile] ladyslash's comment fic fest
[personal profile] fiercelydreamed wrote pitch-perfect Leverage/White Collar crossover fic. It is the best thing ever. She wins the internet.

I Lie, I Cheat, I Steal (and I Just Don't Get Any Respect)

I cannot recommend it highly enough.

This reminds me that I wrote a Leverage/Criminal Minds fic for the [community profile] intoabar ficathon, The Clusterfuck Job. Reid walks into a bar and meets... Hardison.
Title: Cause I Know This Flame Isn't Dying (gen, ~700 words)
Fandoms: NCIS/American Idol RPF
Warnings: puns /o\. possible oocness.
Notes: Lag BaOmer ficlet (yes, I just linked to wikipedia, eeps).
Summary: "It is the consensus among the Jewish population in the greater Los Angeles area that Lag BaOmer bonfires have become superfluous in the time of Adam Lambert."

(Fake cut to my DW)
Title: Drop Into the Neighborhood
Fandom: DC Comics / Marvel Comics
Pairing/Characters: Tim Drake and May Parker
Rating/Category: G /Gen
Word Count: 356
Prompt: none
Spoilers: none/AU (Young Justice for him, first series for her...I think)
Notes/Warnings: for [personal profile] darthbatgirl
So, all you crossover lovers! I've meant to post here for well over a week and say:

LET'S HAVE A CONTEST.

It's Three Weeks For Dreamwidth (or 3W4DW for short). Never heard of it? It's a fest to create awesome content for Dreamwidth and keep it here for three weeks. The community is [community profile] three_weeks_for_dw, and there's just about every possible sort of fest and challenge and meme and friending going on - take a look!

What does this mean here at [community profile] crossovers? Well, I'd like to encourage you to clean those crossovers out of your WIP folders! Post early and often! There are only a few rules:

1. Your work must be posted on Dreamwidth, and exclusively on Dreamwidth for the duration of the contest (through May 16th). It would make my day if you'd post it on [community profile] crossovers and link here from your other accounts, but I'm not going to require it.

2. You must tag your work with the three weeks for dreamwidth tag if you wish to be considered.

There will be three prizes: one for the craziest crossover idea/most outrageous blending of fandoms (as determined by poll), one for the person who posts the most works of any type (recs! meta! other things I can't think of!), and one completely random one that I will exercise my mod-like powers to award. I think it will probably have to do with participation (as in comments).

Prizes will be 100 points each ($10 in Dreamwidth cash, basically).

Questions? I'm tired and not thinking clearly, so if I've forgotten anything or something isn't clear, please let me know!
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