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Title: Rorschach
Fandom: DC Comics
Prompt: Loss
Rating: NC-17, just in case.
Summary: What forms do you see in the darkness you create?

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philosophy_20 challenge: Justice League

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My Justice League philosophy_20 fic table is here

My overall impression? I'm not sure I could successfully step outside the legend and look at it from a distance, so to speak. One day I might have to do this again.
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Title: The Last One
Fandom: DC
Prompt: #17, Lack of God
Word Count: About bit over a hundred.
Rating: PG13
Disclaimer: DC Comics owns all characters involved.
Summary: There's always a last battle.
Author Notes: For dramatic effect, I should have posted one of the other fics as the last one in the challenge. Then again, that's kind of the point.

The last seal was broken. Dust became flesh, the dead came back to life, and the world was weighted in the ultimate scale and found wanting. Earth itself opened to throw mankind into the fires below.Collapse )
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Title: World's Finest
Fandom: DC toonverse
Prompt: #13, Love Beyond Desire
Word Count: About a hundred and ten
Rating: PG13
Disclaimer: DC Comics owns all characters involved.
Summary: All things come to fruition in their own time.

It's his plan. His idea. Clark thinks it's too risky, too many things could go wrong, but the strategic parameters are as clear in his mind as everything else.Collapse )
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Title: In the Company of Mirrors
Fandom: DC
Prompt: #12, 6th Sense
Word Count: About a hundred and forty.
Rating: PG13
Disclaimer: DC Comics owns all characters involved.
Summary: It's a matter of balance.
Author Notes: This is a sequel to Masks, won't make any sense if you haven't read it.


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Title: Imperfect Offerings
Fandom: DC Comics
Prompt: #16, God
Word Count: About three hundred and seventy.
Rating: PG13
Disclaimer: DC Comics owns all characters involved.
Summary: To mix a couple of metaphors, the problem with omniscient gods is that you can't ever be small enough to fly under their radar.
Author Note: This isn't at all the kind of story I assumed I would write for this prompt. But the more I look at it, the more I think it's right, flaws and all.

I know where this is going. I've been already flown to jail twice, and once the Bat strung me up from a light pole. And I wasn't in Gotham, I was in Philadelphia! What was he doing in Philadelphia, for God's sake?Collapse )
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Title: Euclidean Postulate
Fandom: DC Comics
Prompt: #14, Parallel
Word Count: About a hundred and five.
Rating: PG13
Disclaimer: DC Comics owns all characters involved.
Summary: It's a form of defeat, perhaps.
Author Notes: Not quite what I wanted to tell. I think it'd need a much longer story, with lots of care to get it right.

The Procrustean Swarm had approached Earth ignorant of the group that had assembled to stop them, and its survivors had gone away with the intention never to return.Collapse )
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Title: Opening Moves
Fandom: DC
Prompt: #20, Reflection
Word Count: A hundred.
Rating: PG13
Disclaimer: DC owns all characters involved.
Summary: You don't ignore pain. You use it.

He had trained himself to defeat teams, as he had trained himself to defeat everything else. It required a combination of experience, advance planning, and ruthless execution.Collapse )

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