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Wayback Exchange: DCAU fic

Makeshift League (2797 words) by marcelo
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: DC Animated Universe (Timmverse)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Clark Kent/Lois Lane/Bruce Wayne
Characters: Clark Kent, Lois Lane, Bruce Wayne
Summary:

It's good for them. That doesn't mean they are good at it.

My entry for Be the first! 2019:

Personnel Selection (431 words) by marcelo
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Cemetery Beach
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Additional Tags: Prequel
Summary:

At the beginning there was nothingness, and brave men in thin metal spheres floating in it. That wouldn't do for the Consortium.

Fic: The Deal (DC AU, PG13)

The Deal (132 words) by marcelo
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: DCU (Comics)
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Clark Kent, Jonathan Kent, Martha Kent
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe
Summary:

It's not always the signer who pays the price.

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Fic: Therapeutic Environments (DCU, PG13)

From the fic's notes: I dislike Heroes in Crisis rather a lot, but the concept of a Sanctuary using Virtual Reality for the psychological treatment of heroes is a fascinating one, so here's a take — not quite canon's — on how it works for the Trinity. Well, sort of.


Therapeutic Environments (334 words) by marcelo
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: DCU (Comics)
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Bruce Wayne, Clark Kent, Diana (Wonder Woman)
Summary:

An artificial intelligence capable of creating arbitrary virtual reality scenarios makes for an incredibly capable therapist.


On the other hand, this is the Trinity we're talking about.

Fic: Kairos Night (DCU, PG13)

I've written, a couple of times, that Bruce knows, or at least suspects. But then how can Alfred not know as well?

Kairos Night (586 words) by marcelo
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: DCU (Comics)
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Alfred Pennyworth
Summary:

Bruce is thirty-five. That's problematic, and not in a "middle age crisis" way.

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Got this fantastic (creepy, sad, and above all, harrowing) look at, as the summary says, Horatio, a long time afterwards:

Absent Thee From Felicity Awhile (1013 words) by Lexigent
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Hamlet - Shakespeare
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: Major Character Death
Relationships: Hamlet/Horatio
Characters: Horatio (Hamlet), Hamlet, Ophelia (Hamlet), Laertes (Hamlet)
Summary:

Horatio, a long time afterwards.
Content notes: sleep paralysis, horror themes, canonical character death, non-canonical character death.



And I wrote this short scene where Lady Macbeth is visited by one of the witches in the back seat of her limo (no, not like that):

Fathomable Prophecies (1081 words) by marcelo
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Macbeth - Shakespeare
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Lady Macbeth, Witch (Macbeth)
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Historical
Summary:

Choice can be a blood-soaked thing, slippery and perhaps unreal.

The Ghost fic I was talking about...

... Sort of. Not really. It should really be a story of quotidian pain and socioeconomic tyranny — it should be a story about healthcare and disability, about crime and cops and capes and choices, comma, lack of — but it's what I know how to write, at least for now.

Bell's Theorem (250 words) by marcelo
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Ant-Man (Movies)
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Characters: Ava Starr
Summary:

The thing is, it doesn't *matter* whether the cat is alive or not.

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Yuletide reveal

Death and Paperwork (1498 words) by marcelo
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: RED (Movies)
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Characters: Victoria Winslow, Sarah Ross, William Cooper, Marvin Boggs
Summary:

An unconfirmed death, some missing paperwork, and a very inconvenient smoke plume. There are questions Cooper'd rather not ask, and people he'd rather not ask the questions to, but what choice does he have? He's just the CIA Director.

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Unbetaed conceptual crack I have to somehow get out of my head.

Title: The Case of the Haunted Detective

Although I have in many opportunities commented on my friend's talent for disguise, I have kept from my public notes the true depth of his theatrical skills. Of all the characters he has ever "composed" for the benefit of both those who would consult and those who must suffer him, the most elaborate is without a doubt his well-known persona as a coldly rational empiricist guided solely by the evidence of his physical senses.

Granting his almost superhumanly keen intellect, vast erudition, and natural perceptiveness, he is most emphatically not the machine-like calculator that my tales have, at his request, so forcefully delineated.

Because it annoys the Ghost, my friend, that's why, is the only explanation I have been given, and if I must judge by the thunderous visage of the specter only the two of us can see — and who will only talk to him — there is some truth to this. There's no love lost between the deceased king and his ever-delaying avenger, despite the terrible strength of their sworn oath: once my friend his *sure* of the Ghost's good-will by his supernatural aid in the lawful solution of other crimes, and not a day before, will he take justice by his hand and slay the man he wordlessly fears is his true father by blood.

I believe my friend will never willing tackle this final problem, and I think even the somewhat obtuse Ghost has finally understood it and shifted the focus of his hatred to his own son. He subjects him to such horrid invective every night that only the enforced sleep of opium grants my friend some bad semblance of respite. This would be worry enough and more than enough for one who cares for him as much as I do, but we've been informed minutes ago that she (only one of that gender, other than his mother, seems to enter his thoughts) has taken her own life. I don't know if this is the Ghost's doing, or simply another tragic incident in my friend's life, so intimately bound to crime and blood, but I fear some dark game is afoot.

In front of me stands the Ghost, not caring to attempt to read my words as I write them or to hide his disdain. Is it my own fear and hatred tricking my eyes, or do his ghostly lips carry the ghost of an smile? Has he seen future murder with the certainty with which he has proved to us a thousand times he can see past ones?

I don't know what my friend's next actions will be. It is at times like this when I wish his mind truly had what it affects to in public, a detachment bordering on madness. All I can do is prepare my weapon and be ready for his call.

.finis.

Original fic: The Voice of Things (PG13)

She had liked the illustrated book so much much she told you right away she had prayed to get it for Christmas, alone in her bedroom where nobody but God could hear. You didn't mention her teddy bear had probably heard her and the toy company then sold the information to an advertiser who had offered you the book with an extraordinary discount. If she was happy, that was what mattered.

You never realized the bear sometimes talked back, not until the scandal made the news. It turned out it always could, it just had waited until its sensors told it kid and toy were alone. The license that came with the bear's software made this "user bonding" legal; the company went bankrupt anyway.

But nothing's ever forgotten if there's money in remembering, and sometimes you're almost sure things talk to your daughter not with their standard voices, but with one she remembers and trusts.

So you talked to her about cookies and the cloud, at least what you understand of it. She nodded along to your explanation, unsure, asking nothing. Afterwards, you wondered what things would tell her when she asked them.

.finis.

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