Oglaf, Old Spice Guy (Commercials)
(The Lesbian Mercenary/The Snow Queen) EFour seasons in the life of the hot lesbian mercenary. Mjules' letter links to the relevant comic strips.
Oglaf is a new (to me) definitely NSFW Fandom that made me laugh a lot when I followed the links.
(Star Trek (2009)
You'll Get There in the End (It Just Takes a While)
(James T. Kirk/Spock, Spock/Nyota Uhura) E"Spock. Just say 'I don't trust Starfleet not to mess up the only captain in the fleet who I can train up to my expectations and enjoys running into danger wearing a blindfold as much as I do'."
Newbie to Trek fandom, so no perspective but this felt like a winning approach to integrating the new canon from the perspective of the new people.White Collar
Always Starts the Same, with a Boy and a Girl
(Neal/Elizabeth, Peter/Elizabeth, Neal/Peter, Neal/Peter/Elizabeth) E
Summer, 1998. Neal Caffrey robs the gallery where Elizabeth O'Dell is working late, and comes away with a lot more than art. Agent Burke has no idea
what's about to hit him.
What if Neal met Elizabeth first?
(June) TNeal thinks his meeting with June was an accident. June, reaping the benefits of a con man in her guest room, knows much better.
This is delightful. Stargate: Atlantis
(Rodney McKay/John Sheppard) EJohn has a useful gift for compartmentalization: he discards the irrelevant and moves on. Then Rodney makes an ill-considered move on a mission, John steps up to take responsibility for making reparations to the locals, and things take a turn for the complicated as Rodney, an alien society, and an armada of ships make standard operating procedure completely impossible.
How Not to Fly
(Rodney McKay/John Sheppard) E
And then the door chimed, and Woolsey came in looking mournful and anxious, and everything got derailed.
Death and life, hope and hopelessness, aren't just for the Pegasus galaxy. Eventually, inevitably, it's going to happen on Earth. John and Rodney, loss and family and what it means to be home.
Harry Potter - Rowling
Little Red Courgette
(Draco Malfoy/Harry Potter) TWhen this season's purple courgettes are woefully thin, Draco Malfoy thinks it amounts to small beans. Next thing he knows, the Department of Standards is over-run with leeks, Brussels sprouts all sorts of legislative difficulties, and somebody appears to have put a roquette under Harry Potter. Can Draco seize a marrow victory? Or will his plans for peas be squashed?
Funny! I laughed and had to read bits out to my long-suffering husemates.
A Study in Natural Philosophy
(Arthur/Merlin) TIt wasn't all that unusual for people to hide their daemons; Merlin, however, seems to be taking it a little far.
His Dark Materials fusion; I thought the daemon choices were most apt.