3 Works in Community: rdjverse
25 Jul 2020
In 1995 Subject Zero was created, in 2005 Hydra bought her for insidious reasons but in 2008 Natasha Romanoff rescued her when she was on a mission to retrieve information about Project Lumini. Subject Zero was given a new identity, Elena Dalca. For four years Elena lived a normal life; or as normal as she could have. But in 2014 she was driven away from her friends, family and home when the Winter Solider was given the orders to bring her back to hydra. She lived peacefully in Wakanda for two years before the bombing in Vienna and Elena became hellbent on protecting the man who was once sent to hunt her. The past is grim between the two ex-Soviet operatives but is the future just as grim?
Fandoms: Sherlock Holmes (Downey films)
18 Jul 2020
It was middle July of the year 1904. Thirteen years had passed since the Late Professor James Moriarty died at the Reichenbach Falls, and thirteen years after Sherlock Holmes showed his face again to the world remarking that he was still alive.
Everything had changed. Trust no-one, many advised. Clouds of wickedness took over the new century: murders, thefts, and-so-on, crazing with arousal the consultant detective and with headache the paterfamilias doctor.
A series of child murdering at Plymouth, Devonshire brought the two gentlemen and a young woman with crossed purposes. The three of them are called to solve the case for different reasons: one for fighting stagnation, one for one-last adventure, and one due to an lust and morbid curiosity.
*** this story is also posted on Wattpad by me under the username MissPoisonousLove***
I don't own Sherlock Holmes nor John Watson! I wish I had XD. All the rights go to the Late Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the Warner Bros and the amazing actors that portrait them.
But I do own this story. Which is based on one dream I had two years ago.
Fandoms: Iron Man (Movies), Iron Man (Comics), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel (Comics), The Avengers (Marvel Movies)
19 Aug 2018
The world believes Tony Stark doesn’t have a heart. They’re wrong. Tony’s heart was shattered by his first love when he was sixteen. He put the pieces in a pile, built a wall around them and vowed it wouldn't happen again. Decades have passed and he’s never wanted to tear them down. Until now. Until Pepper. Tony thinks it’s safe to bring his patched up heart out and share it again. He’s wrong.