Fanfic by Author – F
Alphabetical by the author's last name or handle.
Argument in Time
H.G. Wells gets in the middle of an argument between Lois and Clark.
Life Without Clark
In this speculation on what might have happend after Clark left for New Krypton, Lois finds life without him quite a challenge.
Superman gets recruited to man a kissing booth at the Metropolis Fair, and Lois is not happy about it. But could there be some dastardly plot behind the scenes that puts Lois and Superman in trouble? Could Lana Lang possibly figure out that Clark is Superman? Part one of a two-part story, which will be continued in the author's next fanfic, "Patching Things Up."
Patching Things Up
Does Lana really know Clark is Superman? Can a mysterious man actually make an army of Supermen? Read this follow-up to the fanfic "Kissing Booth" to find how Lois and Clark fight the bad guys.
A Dream Come True?
Employees of the Daily Planet are treated to a weekend camping trip, and Lois hopes it will bring an opportunity for her to get closer to Clark.
A Secret Best Kept
Clark's ill-timed proposal in the park, during a downpour, leaves their relationship strained -- and Lois with a nasty cold. Playing matchmaker, Perry orders bedrest for Lois, with Clark to stay by her side. Meanwhile, Jason Mazik, new to prison life, meets up with Lex Luthor. A multiauthored story by Kelly Feenstra and Emerald Shine.
What's in a Name?
Lois and Clark can't reach a consensus on what to name their children, but they have four months to think of something.
You Were My Strength
A story of the despair that grips Lois, who's left behind after Clark flies off to New Krypton in the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
Voted Best New Author 2010
Clark is facing a serious accusation, and he has no way to refute it without revealing the big secret. Just when everything looks lost, Lois steps in ...
Lois has bought Clark a gift to celebrate one month of marriage. But when Superman is called to an emergency, things get heated, and the Man of Steel makes a rather personal public announcement.
Asking Lois Out
Clark is trying to ask Lois out for their first date. It should be simple, right? A story set in the second season.
Awaken My Heart
Lois Lane travels into space as the reporter aboard EPRAD's Mission to Mars. When something goes terribly wrong, her life pod crashes in a strange land. At gunpoint, she is taken before the Supreme Ruler -- Kal-El.
Lois has a hot date for Valentine's Day. Problem is, she promised him a home-cooked meal.
A response to Queen of the Capes' challenge to write something "evil, warped, twisted or sinister."
The Gift of Words
It's Lois's birthday -- and everyone has forgotten. Or have they? A story set in season two.
The Hottest Team in Town
Clark Kent has landed his dream job, and, for the first time in his life, he's head over heels in love. There's just one problem. A Tank-and-Wendy-esque challenge by HappyGirl and Female Hawk
One Small Detail
A good newsman notices detail.
The Press Conference
What if Samantha hadn't dropped her camera and ruined the film in the episode "Sex, Lies and Videotape"?
It's Christmas Eve. Lois and Clark are together at her window. The carolers begin to sing ... and then someone needs Superman. A ficathon 2009 story.
Tempus: Four Play
Clark Kent from the parallel universe has a problem -- his Lois is going to marry Tempus. So who better to call on for help than Lois and Clark? Can they help Lois see the true character of Tempus? Can the four of them overcome the time-travelling villain? And will Lois ever see Clark as more than a friend?
Time to Love 1 - Weekend in Smallville
When Lois Lane is dispatched to Smallville, Kansas, she is confident it will not eventuate into anything other than a futile waste of her weekend. Then she meets Clark Kent.
Time to Love 2: First Days in Metropolis
After returning from her weekend in Smallville, Lois is finding it difficult to get Clark out of her mind. Then Perry's new reporter turns out to be none other than the man from Kansas, and Lois and Clark are thrown into their first story together. This is the second story in the Time to Love series that began with "Weekend in Smallville."
Time to Love 3: Adrift
After their first date, Lois and Clark come back to her apartment, and things start to heat up. But then there's a knock at the door -- a knock that changes everything.
Time to Love 4: So Many Questions
Clark has a question he wants to ask Lois. But then Lois discovers that Clark's proposal is only the first of many questions.
Trusting Me, Trusting You
Clark Kent has been trapped in a cell for seven years. Government agent Lois Lane is tormented by grief and traumatic memories. She is assigned to guard the alien prisoner, and together, Lois and Clark find the strength to travel the long journey to healing, trust, love, and freedom.
When Lois is invited to the wedding of a college acquaintance, she is expecting an ordeal of romantic mawkishness. Instead, she meets the man who changes everything she believes about love.
With a Source
This Ficathon 2011 story is set two weeks after Clark arrived in Metropolis and assumes that the newbie from Kansas was not immediately paired with the star reporter, Lois Lane. In fact, they had very little to do with each other, until...
The Christmas Song
It's Christmas time and the daughter of Lois and Clark really wants to meet Superman.
The Naked Truth
Lois always knew Clark had a big secret, but she wasn't prepared for this.
Life in Metropolis is often dangerous, and for Lois and Clark especially so. Will the new villain in town succeed in his diabolical plan to rid the world of Superman and Lois Lane?
A Thousand Little Deaths
Lois has discovered that Clark is Superman and their relationship has been a little rocky. But just as Lois is coming to terms with it, an accident has Clark having second thoughts.
Charlotte FislerSee "Daydreamer80"
Heroes Helping Heroes
A crossover with "Buffy the Vampire Slayer." Buffy leaves Sunnydale, only to end up in the city of Metropolis, where she befriends the reporting team of Lois Lane and Clark Kent. And just when all she wants to do is forget what she left behind, she finds herself faced with a rash of mysterious murders, and a guy in blue tights...
Molly P. Flynn
Frog Day Afternoon
After he finishes beating himself up for letting Lois -- as Wanda Detroit -- leave with Lex Luthor, Clark sets out to find her, enlisting help from Jimmy and Starr. A humorous continuation of the episode "Double Jeopardy."
McTropolis is including Superman action figures in its Kiddie Kafeteria meals. The first of the set, dubbed "Lois Lane, Girl Reporter," has Lois fit to chew nails. She's not thrilled with her character's "action" either. Very funny story!
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In the conclusion to the "What the Hey" series, Lois and Clark go head to head with a mysterious new enemy as an unknown superhero makes her way to Metropolis. Is everything as it seems or is there more to the story? (Part 3 of 3)
Doe for President?
Tempus has the world under mind control in his quest to become the president of the United States. Will Superman be able to expose Tempus for the fraud he is when his powers are still not at full capacity? How will Lois's pregnancy be affected?
Friends or Lovers?
A rewrite of the episode "Resurrection." Lois has discovered Clark's secret the same way Mayson had. She struggles to deal with the emotional rollercoaster this revelation brings on. When DEA Agent Dan Scardino comes on the scene things begin to get more heated. Will Lois ever trust Clark again?
Just Hold Me
What if Clark had run into Lois on his walk over to Lois' in the episode "Ultrawoman"? He never would have run into Lucille and Nell ... Lois and he may have been able to talk about their relationship a little sooner.
Red Like Kryptonite
In the conclusion to the author's "Target: Lois Lane," Clark is acting differently and Lois thinks he's trying to avoid her after the previous night when things got out of hand between them. Intergang is lurking in the shadows, making a play for ownership of the Daily Planet. When Perry is kidnapped the Planet becomes even more vulnerable. Will Lois and Clark be able to stop them or will their personal issues get in the way?
Target: Lois Lane
This is a rewrite of the Second Season's episode, "Target: Jimmy Olsen." The A-plot is similar, but not exact to what happened in the show. The B-plot however explores what would have happened had Clark been actively pursuing Lois during this time.
What the Hey, You Can't Have Everything
Taking place during the episode "Sex, Lies, and Videotape," Samantha, Mindy Church, and Randy Goode have one goal in common and it equals bad news for Superman.
FoLCs of the L&C Fanfic Message Boards
Finding Clark Kent: An Experimental Poll-Driven Story
Clark is missing and Lois is the only one who can save him! Whatever will she do? Where will she turn? Which possible leads will she follow? Who will help her make the right decisions, stop the bad guys, and find Clark? The FoLCs reading the story on the Fanfic Message Boards! Written by Paul-Gabriel Wiener with help from the FoLCs of the L&C Fanfic Message Boards.
Allison K. Forbes
After the Fact
In this "what if" story, Clark decides not to tell Lois he's Superman until after the wedding. How will she react?
After Life -- When Morning Comes
Lois doesn't believe someone is out to get her, so how can Clark protect her? This alternate take on the episode "Witness" pursues one of Clark's worst fears, but are things really what they seem?
After more than two days of building sexual tension between our favorite couple, Lois takes matters into her own hands, in an elevator no less, with some very interesting consequences.
Come Back to Me
Clark comes home from New Krypton eager to be reunited with Lois, only to find that she is not the same Lois he left behind him some months earlier.
The Electrified Bride
In the episode "Swear to God, This Time We're Not Kidding," Clark was able to talk Myrtle Beech out of trying to hurt anyone else, thereby saving Lois, and their wedding. But what would have happened if Myrtle hadn't listened to reason? Find out in this tearjerker, a deathfic response to the 30-minute challenge.
Even a Super Heart Can Be Broken
Superman reacts badly to some devastating news from Lois. Is it as bad as he thinks? Or has he jumped to the wrong conclusion?
An Extraordinary Case of Bad Judgment and Worse Timing
Being a superhero doesn't always mean making the wisest choices, as Clark finds out the hard way in this rewrite of the author's very first fanfic.
From This Moment
A WAFFy rewrite of Lois and Clark's wedding day -- and night -- with a litte help from Shania Twain. :)
The House that Love Built
On the eve of their son's graduation from college, Clark takes a trip down memory lane, looking at the life he and Lois have built over twenty years.
It's Just a Sweet, Sweet Fantasy, Baby
We all know how Lois felt about kids in the first season, right? Well, maybe not. When she turns out to be really good with a little girl that she meets in Centennial Park, no one is more surprised than Clark, and it starts him dreaming of a family of his own....
"Lane" to the tune of "Lump"
The author rewrites the song "Lump," L&C style.
The Legend of Abigail Rutledge
After Lois and Clark get engaged, they go camping at a lodge, upstate. While on a walk, she and Clark become separated, then she is injured and helped by a mysterious woman. (This story would take the place of the episode "Just Say Noah.")
The Lovers' Tale
Chaucer's take on our favorite lovers.
Tired of taking a back seat to Dan Scardino, Clark decides to tell Lois once and for all how he feels about her.
The Ultimate Sacrifice
The big day has finally arrived. Will Lois and Clark live happily ever after, or will Lois's fears drive Clark to sacrifice everything?
Yes, They're Real
Just what *is* it about Lois that's got Clark so excited?
I Found That Girl
A new look at the pilot. Clark Kent's dream of being a reporter for the Daily Planet is soon realized. But will he ever find the girl of his dreams?
Just Another Day at Work
A dull day at work is brightened by a small encounter in this vignette.
That's One Way to Learn Your ABCs
When Sesame Street needs help, who do they call? Superman, of course!
The Late Mr. Kent
Clark is shot when he and Lois investigate an old warehouse. But is he really dead?
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Tiny TOGOM variant.
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The value of experience.
A tiny episode addition to "Tempus Anyone?"
Rules of Engagement
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An Antiplot or Untwist.
When Lois Lane visits Bludhaven to report on city corruption, her "bodyguard" is a young police officer named Dick Grayson.
Alone at Last?
Both sets of parents (and Baby Gunderson) take their leave, and Lois and Clark are alone at last -- or are they? A continuation of the episode "Home Is Where the Hurt Is."
Lois on the Loose: (Ramblings From the IRC)
Lois gets drunk at a party and tries to get friendly with Clark. (A "graphic sneeze" from the IRC. :-)
A revelation vignette.
Richard Frantz Jr.
At the Old Heroes Home
Imagine Clark at age 188. He's retired, he's living in a retirement home for superheroes, and he's still Superman even if he has hung up his cape. But are capes really hung up for good, or just to keep them from wrinkling?
Attack of the Killer Spam
No, it's not what you think: Lois has not tried to cook with canned luncheon meat. But is spam too much for even Superman to handle?
The Birthday Card
Even Clark Kent has trouble getting a birthday card delivered on time, but his obstacles are a little more super than most people's.
On Christmas Eve, Mark Johnson sits down with his family to tell a tale of adventure and magic which features a different sort of hero.
Death Visits Clark
A familiar black-robed figure with a scythe appears to Clark. Is it Clark's time? Or something else?
The E in Clark
Sometimes it's better to let little things, like spelling, just slide. So what if Clark's name was supposed to be spelled Clarke; if you don't stress over it, it might work out OK.
Here's a different way for Clark to escape Trask, just when Trask thinks he has everything figured out.
From the Desk of Mayson Drake
This vignette is an alternative take on how Mayson Drake felt about Clark/Superman.
It's Hard to Be an Alien Living on Earth
A strange visitor from another planet, a being whose powers are far beyond human ability, finds it's hard sometimes to be an alien.
Junkyard Wars Crossover
A humorous vignette about Lois, Jimmy and Superman as contestants on the TV show Junkyard Wars.
Why does Lois Lane, a sensible adult woman, continually dangle over the jaws of death? Here's one elseworld explanation.
Murphy's Law Retort
This is my retort to "Murphy's Law" by Cookiesmom. When the long arm of the law bothers Superman, it takes a few phone calls, or one really big one, to fix things.
Never Tell Clark
There are all sorts of secrets at the Daily Planet, though secrets are rarely what they seem to be. And Clark always seems to be saying something silly, but don't tell him we noticed.
When a descendant of Superman claims to possess no powers, something must be wrong. Right?
Not a Revelation Story, Technically
Clark decides it is time to tell Lois his secret, but she has a revelation for him instead.
Small Things Matter
Small things do matter and sometimes being a hero is very simple.
A Small Trap
To catch a small Superhero, set a small trap.
Tough as Nails
Lois and Clark's daughter is well known as being "tough as nails" on the outside, but few people know the warm human being inside. When history seems to repeat itself, maybe the next generation can learn from the first.
Four microfiction (<300 word) stories on the nature of being a villain.
The Next Generation
Tempus kidnaps Lois and Clark's future children, bringing them back 15 years to the present. The kids escape, seeking out the younger versions of their parents for help.
Two Plus One
After five long years, Clark returns from New Krypton with a most unexpected surprise for Lois. An extrapolation of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
A Very Smallville Christmas
The Lanes and the Kents gather together in Smallville for the holidays, where Lois and Clark plan to share some very special news. But Intergang has come to Smallville too, and finds something interesting in a treehouse on the Kent Farm. (Episode # 10 of The Unaired Fifth Season)
"Just a little piece of fluff," the author says, written because "many people have been saying they want to see Lois and Clark dance, and this is me agreeing with them."