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Fandoms: The X-Files, X-Men (Comicverse), New Mutants
03 Dec 2019
A story idea that came to me, always did like X-Files TV show. I figure this takes place after the Phoenix 5 and after Scott formed his new team with Emma, Erik, and Illyana (Uncanny X-Men), but before Dormmanu and Illyana being integrated with her soul (meaning she’s still extra nasty). Not sure if the X-Men has accumulated any students yet. That means of course Magnito and Emma have much reduced powers as they are just beginning to recover from the damage Phoenix did do their power sets, likes Scott.
This story is in the X-Files universe, meaning no super heroes or such. But when you able to travel dimensions, i.e. Magik, who knows where you might turn up. I decided to have Illyana do a bit of cursing for this story (you’ll see why later).
Let me know if any of you think I should continue this story line.
Fandoms: X-Men (Comicverse), X-Men, New Mutants, Avengers (Comics), Guardians of the Galaxy (Comics), Inhumans (Comics), X-23 (Comic), Doctor Strange (Comics), Starjammers - Fandom
01 Dec 2019
Just what do you do when you have an unstable demon lord on staff? This takes place right after Kitty almost kills Scott when Illyana brings Kitty to the new Xavier school and leaves Scott and Kitty alone as shown in Uncanny X-Men 18.
Can't help but think Scott would have been very pissed about that.
Kept enhancing the story with many a (What to do about Magik plots)
Fandoms: X-Men - All Media Types, X-Men (Comicverse)
14 Nov 2019
The character of Emma Frost is one of complexity. Her relationship with Scott Summers continues to divide many a fan (team Jean vs. team Emma I suppose). I have always liked her as well, she made a good villain and, to my surprise when I started collecting again after several decades, a good hero as well; with the tendency for very snarky dialog. And being a guy I confess to liking how she dresses.
I believe it is important that readers remember that the inner Emma is not necessarily the external Emma. But what might be the external perceptions of the Tao of Emma?
Emma cares a great deal more then she lets on, I rather liked that Emma sent Kitty a very expensive bottle of Champagne for her bachelorette party (one that apparently cost more then the entire party budget), with a note and a single rose “Have an astonishing day Ms. Pryde.”
Love her or hate her, I tend to believe that many comic writers try extra hard on Emma’s dialog. I only plan this to be one chapter but who knows...
This is a humorous work and I’ve added a few choice quotes from her Frostieness herself.
Fandoms: X-Men (Comicverse), Batman (Comics), Loki: Agent of Asgard, Thor (Comics), Avengers (Comics), New Mutants (Comics), Harley Quinn (Comics)
17 Oct 2019
LordGrise got a bit of a wild idea in that he wanted to write a Harley Quinn story involving her taking a tour of the Marvel universe, but one that was rather… call it adultish. Suffice it to say many a wicked text was exchanged and a story was born. And no, I don’t really know where this story is going, but I think it will be a fun ride.
I don't think it will get too graphic, but likely very naughty.
Fandoms: X-Men (Comicverse), New Mutants (Comics), Kzin, Larry Niven, Known Space
17 Oct 2019
Much of this story is based upon the writing of Paul Chafe’s Destiny’s Forge, a Man-Kzin war novel based upon Larry Niven’s Known Space series (Niven is one of my favorite authors and Paul Chafe’s work is the most detailed about the Kzin Homeworld). Originally this was going to be apart of a memory flashback in the story Girl’s night out II (chapter 13) based upon the phrase “Scream and leap”. But it became far too serious, and long, for that story.
Interestingly, I’ve found that there is almost no Larry Niven Fan Fiction, a state of affairs I find most unsatisfactory. Although the Man-Kzin war series consists of a large number of author other then Mr. Niven playing with the Kzin so one might suppose that Kzin Fan Fiction is actually in print. Oh, and when Kitty first saw the teleporting disks in limbo she called then Niven stepping disks, proof that Claremont read Niven, so you should give it a shot. I tend to think most man-cat creatures in fiction trace back to Niven.