02 Jan 2015
A Podfic of 'fathers and sons' by M_Leigh.
“I have an – interest – in Peter Maximoff,” Erik said, somewhat grudgingly, glaring. “A – familial – interest –”
Everybody stared at him.
“In that – mutantkind is one – large – family –” Erik said valiantly, if pathetically.
“Oh, shit,” Alex said. “No way. No way.”
Fandoms: X-Men (Comicverse), X-Force (Comics), New Mutants
06 Jun 2017
Another bad lead leaves Rictor and Shatterstar at loose ends in the middle of the Sierra Madres with a difficult decision to be made. Prequel to Learning Curve.
This began as a short ficlet written for this kink meme prompt: "No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man.' - Heraclitus
Post-X3 Charles, instead of transfering his consciousness to the coma guy, finds his mind back in the body of his younger self, right after Shaw's attack on the CIA compound, on their way to the mansion.
The thing: Charles' wants to fix what happened with Erik, but he can't bring himself to do it. He knows that this younger Erik can't be held responsible for his future self's actions, but, nonetheless, here is the man who will paralyze him, who will leave him on the beach, who will turn his sister into a merciless killer. Here is the man who will betray him in the worst way possible, by using him as a tool, a weapon, in his quest to kill all the humans.
So Charles blows cool and hot towards Erik, and Erik is left wondering where all the UST went and why Charles is suddenly so...emotionally distant, even when they're spending more time together than they used to.
I posted the first part as a chapter in my ficlet collection, but then the second part went beyond the ficlet stage, and so here we are.
01 Dec 2015
"Look at it this way—it could be worse."
"Worse than being stranded in a mysterious jungle enclave beneath Antarctica known as the Savage Land, which happens to be populated by thousands of dinosaurs, many of which are carnivorous, and without our powers? Please, Charles, enlighten me: How, exactly, could this be worse?"