29 Jun 2017
In this universe, the Red Dinner never happened.
In this universe, cell phones can't be traced.
This is an irreverent, image-based, profanity-laced crackfic in text format. As in, phones. As in, everyone is TEXTING one another. It's about as weird as you'd think. And it all starts with an FBI trainee duct taped to a fridge...
Bookmarked by ladychild
22 Oct 2018
All of my ficlet collections. Because I have a LOT of ideas, and ficlet collections are the best way to churn out a lot of them and satisfy my chatty muse. Currently I have:
- #Hannictober 2016
- #HanniHoliday 2016
- #HannibalEverAfter 2017
- #SummertimeSlick 2017
- #Hannictober 2017
- #HannibalHallow 2017
Fandoms: Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, Iron Man - All Media Types, Iron Man (Movies), Captain America (Movies), Captain America - All Media Types
09 May 2018
Constellations wheel around in Tony’s mind at night, illuminating his sleep with the beauty of a supernova, the terrible gaping hunger of black holes, the whimpering cry of a nebula as it births new stars into creation.
All of Space laid out for him to marvel at.
Tony learns and learns and learns and then he creeps downstairs and babbles relentlessly to his first and only friend.
All the while the Cube hums, just a bit smug, just a bit loving, and shows him more.
Hannibal is living the dream life. (The dream life is a life with Will Graham.) But Will has been quiet and withdrawn, still drowning a little in the frigid Atlantic, and Hannibal is bent on figuring out a way to draw him out of his shell, whether that be by an exercise regimen, cooking lessons, some books, or a dash of murder. He's flexible.
And anyway, watching Will do any of those things is something Hannibal would actually pay to do.
“I didn’t want to be a monster,” Will said simply.
“Then we are both monsters.”
“Ohhhhh,” Will drawled, “I don’t think there’s much debate about that.”
After a terrifyingly vivid dream, Will realizes that he's going to need to pick a course of action, and the one he picks no longer involves betraying Hannibal. He knows he'll have to confess because if Hannibal were to discover the original plan on his own, it would tear them apart, and Will's not planning on letting him go anytime soon.