13 Aug 2020
There are wolves in the forest by April O’Neil’s home.
At least, that’s what she’s been trying to prove to anyone who will take a chance at listening to her. As the respectable journalist Warren Stone would say, if you want proof, you gotta go get it yourself.
She just wasn't really planning on getting four brothers in the process.
Post-apocalyptic Daredevil AU. Aliens invade a few months after season one and it's a complete shitshow. Surprise!
Includes, but is not limited to: a rehabilitated zombie, a ridiculous amount of beeping noises, people that know too much about guns, people that know too much about intestines, a green sky, metaphors piling up (like crumbling skyscrapers!), spooky subway tunnels, singing oldies, worrying a lot, bleeding a lot, word soup, dog whistles, finding hope, finding clean toilet water, and finding a family that you didn't realize was right there the entire time.
(These stories are canon and are listed in chronological order, although you should definitely start at the big one, Sunshine, as suggested by user hujwernoo. For more delicious but AU side-stories, click right here.)
18 Feb 2018
Phil turned over his tablet. “Look at this.”
“I’m amazing, I’m incredible-” Iron Man said on screen. “Bow down before the Iron Man!”
Three people immediately do so, mockingly. “All hail the Iron Dick,” The Black Widow said.
“My dick is pure gold, excuse you. All of you would jump at the chance to get some of this,” Iron Man gestures to his crotch with both hands.
“I’ve been reviewing stuff like this for months,” Phil said. “I’m so tired of dick jokes.”
Fury laughed at him.
Or- A bunch of teenagers decided to form a vigilante team and destroy the corrupt while making bad dick jokes and being the assholes they were meant to be.
On hiatus for massive renovations plus the development of a really long prequel! Sorry! Not abandoned though!
- Part 2 of Teenage Wasteland
She didn't have need for an assassin, but she couldn't very well reject the gift without angering the Serkonos regency. They were a traditional people with a traditional mind. She'd have to work around it.
24 Jul 2020
When Izuku fails to manifest a quirk, his social life takes a nosedive and his father disappears. It's like this for years; seemingly endless bullying and trying not to give his mother even more reasons to worry about him. After his ninth birthday, his father returns, but with ill intent.
Izuku develops a quirk from the stress of his resulting injuries, gains a healthy fear of fire, and loses his mother to them. It's up to an uncle who he didn't know existed and his partner to take up the role of raising him, along with getting him used to his new quirk and lifestyle.
Final edits complete as of July 24th 2020! Reread recommended but not required!
A long crack clawed up the side of the concrete, and then it exploded. The pieces hung suspended in air around the boy, face still smooth as glass. Below Reigen’s fingers, the monitors beeped and charted in wild patterns, unlike anything he had ever seen before.
Suzuki removed his hand from the intercom and turned to Reigen. “Interesting enough for you?”
(In which Dr. Reigen gets involved in a less than ethical government program involving psychic experiments, and then tries to break one out.)