Fanfic by Author – J
Alphabetical by the author's last name or handle.
Was there more to Cat Grant than we gave her credit for?
How much would Lois give up to date the Man of Steel?
Just how accurate is a magic 8-ball?
Hindsight is perfect.
Sequel to the fanfic "Scream." Some people asked what made Lois scream.
Superman suffers when villains cook up a new flavor of kryptonite.
Clark, frustrated by Lois seeing Dan Scardino, decides to move to New York. What does it take to rebuild their relationship?
After almost five years on New Krypton, Clark Kent returns to Earth to find that Lois Lane has moved on with her life. Can he win her back? This is part 1 of a planned series.
Missed Years, Part 2
Now that Clark has returned to Earth after almost five years on New Krypton, can he and Lois pick up where they left off? Or have things changed too much? This is part 2 of a series and follows "Missed Years."
Nominated Best New Author 2005
When Lois is upset by her coworkers, she knows where to go to cheer up. Clark turns her fury into something else...
Just a Number
It's a showdown! Clark's been "gardening," and wants a kiss, but Lois breaks out the cleaner. Will she clean his clock, will he steal second base--again--or will they calla draw due to interference?
Lois spends time at Clark's apartment after her place is ransacked, and a late-night Scrabble game turns into something more.
Due to a run-in with Kryptonite, Clark becomes susceptible to...alcohol? A night drinking with Jimmy causes some unexpected consequences for Clark.
An old, laughed-at high school teacher of Lois's takes vengeance on Metropolis.
A Lois & Clark Sonnet
A short poem that tells of Lois and Clark's romance.
A spaceship crashes to Smallville, bringing with it some very special cargo.
Julie L. Jekel
A Lois and Clark/Quantum Leap/The X-Files crossover.
A short story based on the song "Fly" by Celine Dion.
A Charred Day's Night
The most dangerous place in Metropolis isn't Suicide Slum... it's Lois Lane's kitchen.
Everything But the Couches
When Lois' apartment gets robbed, she can't believe what the criminals *didn't* take!
Evil Villain Plan #21
How to kidnap Lois Lane and be defeated by Superman ... the badfic way.
A small world filled with murky despair. Definitely a job for Superman. If only he'll notice he is desperately needed.
Inside the Elevator
In this sequel to "Robitussin," the author follows Clark and Lois out of the newsroom and into the parking garage.
The Man's Undershirt
Whoever said Saturday afternoons at the Daily Planet were dull clearly had never worked in the bull pen with Lois Lane.
Nightmare on Carter Avenue
In this short comedy, the author explores what Lois Lane's worst nightmare might be.
Our Lady of Ni
There's an art to breaking and entering...and there's an even bigger art to getting caught.
Race Against Time
A short poem based on the episode "Lois and Clarks."
Kryptonite and Robitussin have an interesting impact on Clark Kent.
Even the subconscious can prick through a warped future.
The South Side Chronicles: Witness
Just who is behind all the crime in the South Side part of Metropolis? Will Lois and Clark be able to solve the mystery on their own or will a street-smart orphan help them along?
That Old Spoof of Mine
His name is Kent. Clark Kent...and he smokes cigars. This is not your average TOGOM "That Old Gang of Mine" rewrite.
All the President's Men
The Secret Service agent assigned to Lois and Clark can't believe their attitude: they've all been kidnapped, but those two act like they're out on a Sunday stroll. The full title is "All the President's Men (can't keep Lois Lane out of trouble)." A sequel to the fanfic "President Kent."
Battle of the Network Printers
One is sweet-natured and trusting; the other is coldly calculating. They're vying for the attentions of the same woman. Will true love prevail? Read this wacky tale to find out. A multiauthored story by Pam Jernigan and Yvonne Connell.
Being Lois Lane
In this sequel to the fanfic "Just Like That," Lois and Clark strive to rebuild their shattered lives. (part 2 of 2)
Blind Leading the Blind
Superman has been blinded by the bad guys, so he's staying at Lois' place until he recovers. While he sleeps, she's got lots of time to think about her relationships with the two men in her life. And when Superman starts running a fever and talking in his sleep, she gets a lot *more* to think about.... This is a B-plot rewrite of the episode "The Eyes Have It."
Breakfast at Callards... or Not
Remember how Clark talked to a picture to practice telling Lois about Superman at the beginning of the episode And the Answer Is? In the episode, she's too far away to overhear him. What if she wasn't? A DVD Fundraiser story.
Clark has waited years to hear Lois say she loves him -- but he's not quite sure why she picked this particular moment. Is it too good to be true? The sequel to "Chaos Unspool."
In the episode "Tempus, Anyone?" we saw H. G. Wells unlock Lois's hidden memories of the events in "Tempus Fugitive" simply by saying "let the memories unspool." But what if she regained her memories before then ... on a date with Dan Scardino?
Crazy for You
Mind-altering drugs, brushes with death, and a social life for Jimmy ... will Lois and Clark *ever* get to spend an uneventful evening together? An episode in script form.
A Date-less New Year's Eve
Lois reflects on her life, Clark's resemblance to Superman, and the need for some good Thai food.
Clark comes home to a pleasant surprise. Set somewhere in Season 6 continuity, between crises. A multiauthored story by Pam Jernigan and Chris Mulder.
Fate Worse Than Death
Lois is forced to choose between Clark and Superman, with devastating and far-reaching results.
Forget Me Not, Redux
A rewrite of the episode "Forget Me Not" in which Dr. Deter and the clinic are appropriately out of the picture. Lois, still without her memory of Clark, but inexorably attracted to him, asks to stay at his apartment during her recovery.
Getting Away From It All
Clark realizes his abrupt exits are taking a toll on Lois. A romantic revelation story.
Going to the Chapel
Two really big things are happening in Lois and Clark's life: their current investigation, which could potentially pull the plug on Intergang -- and their imminent wedding. The happy couple hopes these two events don't interfere with each other. A multiauthored story by Pam Jernigan and Sarah Wood.
H is for Hubris
Utopian historians agree that Lois and Clark needed time to build their relationship, and H. G. Wells agrees. When a twitch in time throws them together sooner than expected, it nearly wrecks everything -- but luckily for Lois and Clark, H.G. Wells is there to save the day. One way or another.
In this Elseworlds story, Lieutenant L.J. Lane of the U.S. Army goes undercover at the Metro Club and meets Kal, an amazingly handsome and charming stranger, who turns out to be much more than she expected.
In a universe where Superman is a fictional character and everybody knows he's really Clark Kent, it's tricky for Lois to turn Kal-El of New Krypton into a superhero with a secret identity... even with a little help from their friends. But the Nightfall asteroid and Bureau 39 soon combine to make that the least of their worries. The sequel to "Hearts Divided."
I Is for Illusions
Lois and Clark have agreed to act as if their one impetuous night of passion (following Trask's raid on the Daily Planet) had never happened, and they're slowly becoming friends. But as Lois goes undercover at the Metro Club, she's forced to realize that she's got a "crush on two" -- she swoons over Superman, but is finding that it's not easy to forget Clark.
I Need You
Clark wants to tell Lois the whole truth, but she wants to tell him why she's no longer interested in Superman. A romantic revelation story, and a continuation of the episode "And the Answer Is..."
In Any Universe
In this alternate universe, Lois never took that fateful trip to the Congo. So she was in Metropolis when Clark arrived -- along with his fiancee, Lana Lang. This world is somewhat different from the one we knew on the show ... but some things are the same, in any universe.
In Vitro Veritas
Lois and Clark go undercover in an infertility clinic. But will they find out more about their story or themselves? Episode 5 of S5. This episode of S5 was written by Betsy, with Kathy Brown and Pam Jernigan.
It's a Surprise
Lois and Clark are captured by the Jansen gang -- boy, Lois sure wishes she had brought Superman instead. But while they're locked up, they've got an opportunity to ... talk ...
J is for Jet Set
Sparks fly as Lois and Clark begin their new relationship, but a nice quiet trip to Smallville turns out to pose quite unexpected challenges. The third story (following "I is for Illusions") in the author's "Alphabet Series."
Just Like That ... ?
What determines a person's identity? Their body ... or their soul? When Lex and Asabi succeed in their plan to put Lex and "Wanda" in new bodies (from the episode "Seconds"), Lois finds out, firsthand. Now all that remains is to convince Clark. (part 1 of 2; the sequel is "Being Lois Lane")
The Last Goodbye
Lois writes a letter to Clark, to be delivered after her death.
Lois needs rescuing again ... from Clark? A vignette based on Season 6 continuity.
Like a Red Rock to a Superman
A very new Superhero finds a piece of pretty red rock and decides to keep it. Then he shows it to Lois and becomes just a little indiscreet... A multiauthored story by Pam Jernigan, Wendy Richards and Sara Kraft.
In the episode "Lucky Leon" Lois panics following their "great date," but in this story, Clark doesn't give up so easily.
Lois and Clark celebrate a Christmas to remember. Set in the author's "Tryst" universe.
Million Miles Away
Alt Clark may finally get a chance to find his Lois while taking care of some business for the Rhambosian government. But, will he take it?
My Big Goodbye
"Being 'Superman's girlfriend' is a lot more difficult than I'd expected. The whole world is fascinated by our relationship, and the lack of privacy is driving us both nuts. There's really only one way to fix this...." Part four of a series.
My Date With Lyn
"Since I was exposed as an alien, I haven't had much of a social life. But then this strange woman shows up in my office..." Read this sequel to "My Interview with Superman" to learn what happens next!
My Interview With Superman
"I've found a way to talk to Superman. I want the interview, but what I really need to know is just why he's so fixated on finding Lois Lane..." Read this first installment of the author's series to find out how this mysterious reporter gets her story.
My Television Debut
"As soon as people find out that I'm dating Superman, they're going to want to know all about me. Clark and I figure that a joint appearance on a chat show should give us some control over those all-important first impressions..."
Our Happy Ending
Lois has officially disappeared, and Clark is officially homeless... but Lyn and Joe have finally found a way to be together. They face the acid test: will any of her former colleagues see through Lyn's disguise?
Our Little Dilemma
Everyone knows Clark Kent is Superman. Everyone knows Lois Lane has left town. What Lois and Clark *wish* they knew is a way for them to be together... without everyone knowing. Fifth in the "My" series.
Poor Jason Mazik. He's all set to blackmail Clark Kent about being Superman... but what on earth is Clark doing that keeps him too busy to take phone calls? Another look at the events in Jude Williams' "It's a Thing He Does at Parties."
Prelude to an Answer
A continuation of the episode "And the Answer Is..." Lois does arrive at an answer after giving Clark's proposal much thought -- and paying a visit to Dr. Friskin, her therapist.
All rise for the President of the United States ... President Kent. A whimsical (and highly improbable) look into Lois and Clark's future. This is the story that started the series.
A month after the Presidential inauguration, the Kent family members struggle to adjust to their new roles. And Clark finds himself under scrutiny by a Secret Service agent who's also a Superman fan. A continuation of the fanfic "All the President's Men."
A fresh look at Clark's "death" in the episode "That Old Gang of Mine," from a different perspective, and with a twist.
While babysitting, Ellen gave it away. Lois and Clark *need* it, so they go on a search for it ... and you'll never guess what "it" is. ;-) A multiauthored story by Pam Jernigan and Chris Mulder.
Being married to Superman has its downsides. But in working through a mild bout of depression, Lois decides that the good outweighs the bad. Written in response (as an antidote, the author says) to the fanfic "Like Pieces of a Puzzle That Don't Quite Fit."
Clark helps Lois recover from a brutal attack by thugs intent on learning Superman's secrets. There's only one problem -- to keep herself from revealing a certain fact, Lois' mind had blanked it out. And so while Clark's fiancee remembers him, she remembers nothing of his secret identity. Now that Clark has a second chance to come clean with Lois, how will he manage it?
Seeing Is Believing
Not taking "no" for an answer, Dan Scardino comes to the Daily Planet to make another bid for Lois. But Lois decides to discourage him with an object lesson involving Clark.
What could Superman and *Lois* be doing at this hour in Smallville, Martha and Jonathan want to know. :-)
A Special Child
Their toddler's unusual behavior worries Lois and Clark, and they must learn ways to cope with what they learn about their special child.
A new baby, demanding jobs, and a part-time role as super-hero are keeping the Lane and Kent household busy. Could this be Jimmy's time to shine? Meanwhile, Lex Luthor is plotting. Part 1 of 2. Episode 1 of S6. A multiauthored story by Pam Jernigan and Barbara.
Stuck With You
Lois and Clark have reached a crossroads in their relationship. When they're forced into a detour, will they move past the roadblock, or stay stuck? A multiauthored story by Pam Jernigan and Chris Mulder.
Tempus has finally come up with the perfect scheme to destroy Utopia. What could possibly go wrong?
The Transfer, Part 2
A sequel to "The Transfer" by Tank Wilson. Lois and Clark have cleared one hurdle... but now they have another little matter to deal with, and it might just ruin everything.
Lois may have died in the Congo at the hands of a clever villain, but that won't stop our heroes from getting the best of him. Destiny has decided that Lois and Clark *will* meet and fall in love -- a little thing like death won't be allowed to interfere.
What Dreams May Come
Tired of hiding her grief and making excuses about Clark's absence, Lois seeks refuge in Smallville. But dreams of Clark continue to haunt her. A continuation of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
The Eyes Show It All
Looking back from the perspective of many years of marriage, Clark reflects on Lois' life.
It's All Coming Back to Me Now
Lois is depressed that it's been three months since she's seen Clark -- who's on New Krypton -- but she's also tired of all those puff pieces Perry has been assigning her. After she demands a meaty story she can sink her teeth into, however, a rather big "story" finds her. It seems two of Clark's worst enemies are back in town, and they've teamed up.
The Meaning of Life
A slow news month, a string of vicious e-mails from an anonymous heckler, and -- worst of all -- a personal tragedy leave Lois feeling hopeless. Can Clark turn her around?
The diary account of a girl who runs into Superman at the park, asks him some precocious questions, happens to bump into Clark Kent ... and makes an interesting comparison. Just goes to show, as one of this story's subtitles states, "13-year-olds are not as galactically stupid as some may think."
Clark takes Lois to a local high school's "Homecoming Game."
Lois and Clark, proud parents of twins, go camping. Nothing is ever as simple as it sounds with our favourite twosome, especially with Kryptonite around. Can Lois save the day?
Lois + Clark + Lex = TROUBLE
They thought he was dead, but just when Lois and Clark thought they could bury Lex for good -- he turns up again. He's determined to have his revenge and Lois, being pregnant, is slightly more vulnerable than usual.
An unfortunate accident brings changes to our heroes that a certain FoLC won't be too unhappy to see in this Tank Haircut Challenge Vignette.
Fly Hard - Stuck with a Vengeance: Plot Untwist
Murphy's Law strikes a hapless crew of would-be mercenaries in this Plot Untwist Challenge Vignette.
May I Have This Dance?
Lois' thoughts about Clark get the better of her in this alternate ending of the episode "Church of Metropolis," written in response to Wendy's 30-minute Episode Extension challenge.
Metropolis' Angry FoLCs
In this silly response to Hazel's cameo challenge, many FoLCs we know make appearances throughout as Lois and Clark try to get to the bottom of a strange, secretive group calling themselves the FoLCs.
The Right Chemistry
What would happen if Dr. Klein got a little carried away with some of his Biochemical tests? A revelation story with a touch of techno-babble.
All I Want for Christmas Is You
Lois wishes Clark would give her his undivided attention on Christmas Eve.
Bad Guys Are After Clark
Lex Luthor stalks Lois and Clark.
The Bank Mishap
Protective of Lois in her delicate condition, Perry sends his best reporting team off on what he thinks is an innocuous assignment.
A Christmas to Remember
Lois prepares to deliver her baby.
A Day at the Beach
It'll take Superman's help to save Lois' day at the beach -- not to mention her life.
Hit and Run
Clark helps Lois recover from a hit-and-run. Lois remembers that it was no accident -- the driver looked familiar -- but she can't remember who was behind the wheel.
In Sickness and in Health
When Lois collapses, Clark rushes her to the doctor. Tests reveal she might have cancer.
It Really is a Wonderful Life
Clark experiences a crisis of confidence just before Christmas, but a new "friend" gives him a different outlook.
Metropolis is beset by a rash of kidnappings, and Lois gets the uneasy feeling that her child could be next.
Lois and Clark's New Addition
What if Lois were going into labor while stuck on an elevator with Clark -- and Jimmy and Perry?
Lois and Clark: The Last
Adventures of Superman
Lois tells Clark that she's going to have a baby.
Lex Luthor is back, and killing Clark is his top priority.
When You Hold Me Like This
Lois encounters an irate Dan Scardino.
No More Cloning Around
An alien mad scientist, jealous of Kal-El, replaces Clark and the Daily Planet staff with clones. A multiauthored story by Jo and Olga.
A "what if" story which has an unwitting Clark being raised by Bureau 39 on the verge of a life-changing discovery, care of a certain investigative reporter from the Daily Planet.
An Expected Beginning
Lois and Clark's daughter shows signs of being a chip off the old block, but will she be up to the responsibility of following in his footsteps?
It's Not Easy Being Green and Mean
The sequel to the author's "An Expected Beginning." Danielle officially adopts the identity of Supergirl, just as a new store opens in Metropolis, selling jewelry which has a harmful effect on the Superfamily. The brother of an old enemy is seeking his revenge on Lois and Superman.
That's the Way It Is
An idea for how on earth Lois and Clark had Danielle! A prequel to the author's previous stories, "An Expected Beginning" and "It's Not Easy Being Mean and Green."
The Congo Coma
After a year of searching, Alt-Clark finds his Lois. But has he found her in time?
Oh Hover Boy
Having been married for only a few weeks, Lois finds yet another thing she must get used to about her alien husband.
Scott E. Johnston
Jack is back, and Lex Luthor has been paroled. Lex's quest for power -- and revenge upon Superman -- leads him to Jack, whom he suspects of having secret knowledge of Superman.
A Slide Into Heroism
A Sliders-Lois & Clark crossover in which a maddened Quinn Mallory seeks to destroy Superman.
A Homemade Gift
Lois and Clark invite both sets of families to their place for Christmas -- and Lois finds the perfect gift for Clark. A follow-up to the author's fanfic "Thanksgiving Hunger."
I Saw Mommy Kissing Superman
There's only one part of Nana and Grandpa Kent's house six-year-old Marty isn't allowed to enter -- a locked closet, and Marty knows where Nana keeps the key. When Marty gets her chance, she opens the door and finds photo albums and scrapbooks ... and a picture of her mom and Superman grown-up kissing. What could *that* mean? It's a mystery that needs solving.
A story that follows Lois and Clark's oldest child as she struggles with the pain of losing a good friend.
Lois and Clark's marriage seems headed down a rocky path, but a woman with a knack for helping relationships gives Lois a new perspective.
Lois and Clark spend Thanksgiving in Smallville.
From Me to You
From Clark to Lois, and from Lois to Clark -- in this vignette, the author lets our favourite couple explore the nature of their love.
He Came Back
A sequel to the author's "When I Was Twelve." Finding Lois's notebook brings back poignant memories for Clark.
When I was Twelve...
Immediately after Clark's departure for New Krypton, Lois, left alone with her memories and her fears, reflects upon the difficult times in her life and what Clark's love means to her.
Care for a Drink, Mr. Bond? A Lois and Clark/007 crossover, part 1
A crossover story between Lois and Clark and James Bond. Will James Bond compete with Clark for Lois's affections?
Lois and James
The Lois and Clark - Bond crossover continues with a double date and a secret . . . or two.
Niklas "Hawk" Jonsson
Lois & Clark - The Premiere
A rewrite of the pilot episode: Clark is different, the world is different, and the situation between our two reporters is certainly different from the show.
With deadline approaching, the Daily Planet newsroom is a stress-filled and nerve-wracking place. One employee is even resorting to burning candles and chanting! This funny, well-written story is a must read.
A short vignette set after the episode "Strange Visitor." Lois doesn't like Cat Grant paying Clark so much attention.
A rich heiress wants to add one more prize to her "one-of-a-kind" collection-Superman.
Lois finds Clark in a romantic embrace with Lana Lang and our favorite couple's relationship is on the rocks for a couple of days before Clark manages to regain Lois's trust and confidence.
Every Mother's Nightmare
When Lois and Clark's six-month-old daughter suddenly falls ill, they find that she has suffered a permanent hearing loss that the Man of Steel finds hard to cope with.
Chapters in the life of Lois and Clark's adopted son, Andrew.
A day in the life of the growing Kent family, set in the 7th or 8th season.