based on a Regina Spektor song
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19 May 2018
The circus blows in, bringing change with its myriad of performers and haunting music--though Tony knows better. Tony knows the change really started when Bucky Barnes took up the corner booth and lit a cigarette, fully intending to never leave.
Welcome to the end of the line.
03 Oct 2019
They started off beneath the knowledge tree / Then they chopped it down to make white picket fences / They marched along the railroad tracks / And smiled real wide for the camera lenses / They made it past the enemy lines / Just to become enslaved in the assembly lines
Over the years, and in many ways, Aziraphale wonders, "God, is this all there is?"
07 Nov 2019
Crowley has become increasingly good at packing away and compartmentalizing his feelings over the years.
He's not as good at pulling them back out, no matter how much he wants to.
Add to that the fatigue and stress of the averted apocalypse, and you've got one raw and angsty demon to contend with.
Life inside the music box ain't easy.
- Part 1 of Celestial Spektors
30 Nov 2019
What it means to be a Soldier of Heaven throughout history, to fall in love, and how it affects a certain demon, from Aziraphale's perspective.
The follow up (Aziraphale's POV) to The Demon In The Music Box (Crowley's POV).
Inspired by Regina Spektor's Apres Moi.
Rating changed to Explicit as of Chapter 14
- Part 2 of Celestial Spektors
03 Jan 2020
Heaven and Hell have to figure things out after the revelations made during Crowley's trial and Aziraphale's execution. The lines between Good and Evil are becoming more blurred.
Begins directly after the events of The Demon In The Music Box and Apres Moi, My Dear.
Based on Regina Spektor's One Little Soldier
- Part 3 of Celestial Spektors
Welcome to the Von Karma Museum of Portraiture, a place unlike any you've ever seen. Here you'll find the most extensive collection of hyper-realistic portraits and the entirety of Manfred Von Karma's artistic works. The people in the paintings look so real, you'd hardly believe they were painted! They are, of course, and any rumors that the paintings are/were alive should be discounted immediately.