August 15th, 2006

cass, can you not

Multiverse 2006 fic: Grace in a Vacuum

Originally posted here

Title: Grace in a Vacuum
Recipient: LadySmith
Rating: PG13
Fandoms: Stargate: Atlantis, Star Trek: The Next Generation
Thanks to: jarodrussell, notpoetry and -last but definitely not least- not_sally, for betaing above and beyond the call of duty.
Summary: When you have eliminated all which is impossible, then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.


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cass, can you not

A shameful if perhaps cryptic confession

I get extra joy from Criminal Minds pretending that Gideon sometimes gets weird tips on little yellow post-it notes, and Hotch used to be a happily married lawyer, but then somebody killed his wife...

He left behind her grave, his name and his soul. He's been looking for the killer since then. His wife might reincarnate -at least she thought she would- but when he's done there won't be enough left of the bastard for a cricket's soul.

This might be a weird thing, I realize.
cass, can you not

In news from the other side of the big fat fenced line between sanity and being Warren Ellis...

Nextwave #7 preview

It's, um, Secret Six high on coke, I think. Funny, insane and explode-y. In my seldom humble opinion, the best Marvel title save for, obviously, Cable and Deadpool, which is also funny, insane and explode-y. I might have a type.

FELL #6 preview

I admit that I wasn't a big fan of Fell from the beginning, but it does grow on you. The premise is older than dirt: the worst part of town (a "feral city," in fact, a place where government and services enter seldom and always with care), a transferred cop, insane and interesting characters all around. Trite, right?

Except that Snowtown grows on you, quiet, sometimes almost empty, always creepy and failed and violent. This is a title of quiet mind-bending conversation, of urban scenes too dirty and stupid not to be true, of decay and chaos so pervasive that almost becomes system, right there in the edge of your preception.

If they made a TV show of this -and they could, the visuals aren't CGI expensive or anything-, if they did it faithfully, it would be the weirdest, most cynical and fucked up cop show in history. It'd be a cult hit and then be cancelled after four episodes, but it'd be great.