Fanfic by Filename – 1
Alphabetical by story filename — and each story's filename is unique.
Lois and Clark Do 100 Crimes Challenge
A challenge was issued to see if Lois and Clark (and a select few within their good guys group) perpetrated at least 100 crimes during their four seasons. This was the result. Contributing Writers: VirginiaR., Lynn S.M., Lonnie, Deadly Chakram, Darth Michael, mrsMxyzptlk, MrsMosley, dcarson, John Lambert and Tzigone.
100 Ways to Kill Superman
A challenge established last year that had an overwhelming response. People on the boards came up with a list of 100 ways to kill Superman.
Not one, not two, but TEN Lois and Clark drabbles! Don't know what a drabble is? Then read on and find out!
Superman stops by Lois's apartment to see how she's reacting to Clark's death in That Old Gang of Mine. What he sees from a distance causes him to move a little closer.
Assuming that Lois and Clark had a good date following "Individual Responsibility," she would have felt extremely betrayed by his running off at the carnival the following weekend. But what really happened that night? A 2007 Ficathon story.
Wish you could have seen that date promised at the end of the episode "Individual Responsibility," when Clark promises Lois he'll be there at 7:00, and 7:01, and 7:02 ... ? Here is what it might have been like -- a night out on the town as could only happen to Lois and Clark.
The Twelve Days After Christmas
Clark's attempts to invoke some Christmas spirit slowly drive Lois insane in this Christmas Carol Challenge Vignette.
The Twelve Pains of Christmas
Among her cynical thoughts about Christmas, Lois finds one thing to cheer her up.
The 12 Days of Christmas
The song "The Twelve Days of Christmas," sung Lois & Clark style.
One Big Happy Family
After a dozen years of marriage, Lois and Clark are still lovey-dovey, which is an endless source of embarrassment to their children. Things hum along until it seems the kids might blow Superman's cover to Mayson Drake.
1 of 5
The Kryptonian attack on Smallville has repercussions.
A First Date by Any Other Name
Lois' cousin is getting married, and Lois needs a date for the wedding. Clark is available, but is he willing to act like Lois' boyfriend to further her game of one-upmanship with her catty relative?
First Step Towards a Legendary Partnership
Andrea Lynn Dunham
Study and work as hard as she might, 16-year-old Lois Lane just can't seem to win her father's approval. Plus, he thinks her interest in the school newspaper is a waste of time. When she uncovers corruption at his hospital and tries to deliver a scoop to the Daily Planet, maybe he'll think differently.
Lois Lane has been poisoned and she and Clark are running out of time to find the antidote. Will Lois live long enough to write her own obituary? The author has cranked up the angst-o-meter to 11 for our intrepid reporters.
Twenty-nine marriage proposals? What is Superman to do?
2 Br 2 Bath
Something about the homes they view are strangely familiar as Lois and Clark house-hunt. But what could it be?
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?
Two, Each Their Own
A sequel to the episode "Tempus, Anyone?" that addresses the problem of the alternate Lois. The alternate Clark goes back in time to 1993 in the Congo, finding his rescue plans complicated by Tempus and several other time travelers.
Two of a Kind
Jon B. Knutson
Central City converges on Metropolis -- at least, three of its more well-known citizens do: Barry Allen (aka the Flash); his scientist wife, Tina; and James Jesse, also known as the villainous Trickster. Double trouble ensues as the Trickster teams up with the Prankster, Superman learns he may not be the fastest man alive after all, and old friends Tina and Lois discover they have a lot in common.
Two of a Kind
Lex Luthor teams up with Bruce Wayne, forming a new charity organization to cure the world's ills. But plans falter when Luthor Industries comes under attack, and suspicion is cast upon ... Bruce Wayne. A "first-season" story in script form in which Superman and Batman finally meet cape to cape.
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."
The song "Two Princes," by the Spin Doctors, gets a Lois & Clark makeover.
After a car accident threatens Lois' life, Clark feels an urgency to share his secret with her.
A Lois and Clark Fairy Tale: The Three Bears
Yet another of the silly flights of fancy that a fan has put some of our favorite characters through. It's the age-old fable of "The Three Bears" with a touch of a twist.
Three Capes to the Wind
An IRC Round Robin Fanfic
Take one New Year's Eve party for Metropolis's rich and
famous, add a well-meaning experiment by Dr. Klein and mix well. Result:
Just another day in the life of Lois and Clark. By Zoomway, ChrisM, CKgroupie, ChrisnDor, Eraygun and sharper.
The moment Lois has been dreading -- when her son realizes he has more sets of grandparents than all his other friends do -- finally arrives, but her husband handles the explanations well.
Three Guess Who's Talking Challenge Responses
Lynn S. M.
These three vignettes are in response to the "Guess Who's Talking" challenge.
A story written as a sequel to the episode "Seconds," assuming Lois got her memory back after that second blow to the head. Someone who is assumed dead makes a return appearance.
The Three Rules
The moment you find out the name of the man who once saved your life can only be eclipsed by finding out that he may also moonlight in tights.
The Three Seasons
A poem that examines various stages of Lois and Clark's relationship.
My Three Sons
Superman can't resist a call for help -- especially when it's the desperate call of a child ... who claims to be the son of Clark and Lois Kent.
Three Squares a Day -- Can't Complain
Someone waxes nostalgic about his job at the Planet. This vignette is a look at that question many FOLC's still ask: Whatever happened to Jack?
The 40th Noel
It's Christmastime at S.T.A.R. Labs. But Kris Kringle has left Dr. Bernard Klein a rather strange gift.
Marcus L. Rowland
After Lex Luthor dies, Lois begins to receive a LOT of email. 250-word Drabble.
48 Hours Without a Superman
Kathryn Ann Kent
Clark Kent is without his powers for just 48 hours; what could go wrong? Plenty, as we find in this hilarious accounting of the weekend, as described by his young daughter.
For Better or Worse
When Jonathan Kent falls into a coma, his family camps out at his bedside.
Forever and a Day
Clark had summoned the courage to tell Lois his big secret, but she did not take it at all well. In fact, she told him she never wanted to see him again. Now that Lois discovers Clark has packed up and left town, she is bitterly sorry.
A Lois & Clark Fourth of July
A WAFFy pre-relationship story that has Lois and Clark covering the annual 4th of July celebration at Metropolis Park -- Perry's orders.
4 X Lex - Almost
Lex Luthor is out of prison, thanks to Bill Church, Jr., a lawyer, and a pile of bogus documents. Church's plan is for Luthor to roust Mindy from power at Intergang, but Luthor has plans of his own -- some of them involving Lois Lane. To complicate matters, Clark must deal with an unbalanced Daily Planet employee who has developed an unhealthy obsession for him.
For You, For Me, Forevermore
A post-"Big Girls Don't Fly" piece inspired by the "How should Clark return?" thread on the listserv.
50 First Revelations
Matrix and Sue S.
Lois wakes up one morning having memory problems. Is she merely trying to block out a painful experience or is something else behind her mysterious amnesia? (Inspired by the concept of "50 First Dates") A multiauthored story by Matrix and Sue S.
Eight Oh Three
Clark can't believe he actually gave Lois the go-ahead to date Dan Scardino. What was he thinking? But more important is what Lois is thinking as Scardino takes her out on the town.
Marcus L. Rowland
When Lois and Clark investigate a series of decapitation murders, they find evidence of a strange conspiracy that seems to involve a mysterious crime fighter from Gotham City. Crossover with the Highlander TV show and Batman (film and comic versions).
Nine Months of Life or Death
Lois' life is threatened by her pregnancy, and the only way Clark can save her is to transfer his powers to her.
Lois and Clark experience emotional highs, lows and hair-raising moments during Lois' pregnancy.