Fanfic by Filename – D
Alphabetical by story filename — and each story's filename is unique.
Dabbling in Infinity
When Clark spontaneously invites Lois to a weekend getaway, they learn more about each other than they bargained for, and their revelations make sparks fly.
Daddy's Little Girl
Lois witnesses a tender father-daughter moment as Clark reads a bedtime story to their 3-year-old daughter, Ariel.
Daddy's Little Girl
Marta Kent is the only girl in her family, and she's noticed her dad and older brother are always disappearing, without taking her along. Is it because she's just a girl? The answer to her question is a little more than she expected. This is part of the Dagger Series, following Christmas in Metropolis.
Lois writes a letter to her father, Sam Lane. She expresses all the feelings she has kept in her heart throughout her life, and realizes that Sam is still her hero.
Dad Who Came In From the Cold
A simpler (and much shorter) version of this episode, written for the Plot Un-Twist Challenge.
Dagger of the Mind
What might have happened if Clark had shattered the Nightfall asteroid only to discover that a mixed chunk of red and green Kryptonite was buried inside? Find out in this well-written story.
Clark loses his memory in the middle of a crisis, and Lois steps in to help track down the bad guys. A sequel to the author's "Dagger of the Mind."
In this sequel to the author's "Addicted," Lois makes the arduous journey from lonely victim to cherished and much loved survivor -- with a little help from Clark.
Damn Good Thing
A sweet vignette from Lois & Clark's early married life.
The Dance of a Lifetime
While out on the town to celebrate nailing a "Kerth-caliber" story, Lois pulls Clark into a plot to reunite Alice White with Perry.
Dance of the Seven Capes
Every woman in love may think her man looks like Superman, but even while "drunk on love" from the pheromone perfume, Lois notices there is more than a passing resemblance between Clark and her favorite super-hero.
Dance of the Seven Veils
Clark's response to Lois's pheromone-induced dance leads Lois to consider whether to discard the costume ... or save it for a later date?
Dances With Wells
Why did Lois Lane resist Clark Kent? The answer lies in the journey of souls, and only H.G. Wells can help Lois find it.
Dance with Me
What might have happened if Clark had accompanied Lois home after Bill Church's party, instead of showing up at her apartment later as Superman? In this WAFFy rewrite of the ending of the episode "Church of Metropolis," the author shares her version of what could've been.
Dance With Me
The dance sequence in the films "Miss Potter," "Young Victoria" and "Cinderella" got me to thinking how to set these enchanting moments to an Alternative Universe Lois and Clark for sheer romance!
Michelle Puthoff and Michele Savage
A sizzling little story in which Lois dances around her apartment in her nightgown, then realizes she has an audience.
In the fourth story of the author's "Clark Kent is Batman... NOT!" series, Clark Kent meets Bruce Wayne. Will the World's Greatest Detective recognize the Man of Steel?
A Darker Shade of Red...
Andorian Ice Princess
When an assassin out for revenge steals some Kryptonite and kidnaps Clark, it's up to an already undercover Lois to save him and Superman. But will she have to blow her cover to save him?
The Darkest Hour (Before the Dawn)
In this thrilling and enthralling story, Lois and Clark discover that finding some quality time together isn't as easy as it might seem when old enemies resurface to turn their idyllic weekend away into the vacation from hell. Can Clark save Lois and himself from the hands of a madman?
The Darkness Within
Clark Kent becomes trapped in a world where the dark Lord Kal-El has left Metropolis in tatters, and Lois running for her life. Clark must find a way to correct a horrible wrong and bring Luthor to justice.
What if Superman was unable to get out of Luthor's kryptonite cage? Lois has to deal with a missing Clark, a comatose Superman and other governmental entanglements in this well-written story.
The Dark Side of Christmas
It's Christmas, and Lois faces spending the holiday without Clark. But a mysterious stranger's encouragement to take a walk on the dark side leads to a very unexpected outcome.
In a Dark Time
When every woman's worst nightmare comes true for Lois, she and Clark must come together for healing, and learn to accept that for them, everything is now changed.
Why are so many inanimate objects such a source of frustration? Lois advances a theory.
On a date with Dan Scardino, Lois can't get Clark out of her mind.
Date by Arrangement
When Martha Kent decides to take a hand in her son's love life, Lois finds herself offering to give her partner a makeover. But does she really want to put in all that effort for the benefit of another woman?
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.
A Date With Superman
Ever wondered what motivated the woman who successfully bid on Superman at the auction in the episode "I'm Looking Through You"? Not what you'd expect. As a result of that evening, Clark Kent and Lois Lane soon find themselves investigating an inexplicable death and an international mystery.
Date With a Stranger
After spending a passion-filled night with Superman, Lois discovers that her feelings for Clark run deeper than she'd ever realized. How will she cope with her growing feelings for her partner in light of her blossoming romance with Superman? This heart-wrenching romantic comedy delves into the minds of our favourite couple as they desperately try to sort out one of the most peculiar love triangles of all time.
The Dating Game
Lois does some comparison dating to determine who's really the best man for her.
Dating by Deception
Lois and Clark get a little romantic help from a very unexpected person.
Dawning 10: Daybreak 2
As Lois prepares to move in next door to Clark, they discuss marriage and the fact that he is Superman. On a visit to Smallville, Lois gets to meet some of Clark's childhood friends.
Dawning 11: Extraordinary People
Clark reflects on his past and fate, which sent him to Metropolis and put him squarely in the path of Lois Lane.
Dawning 12: Intermezzo
Clark helps Lois solve the mystery of her missing furniture.
Dawning 01: Cooking With Clark
After a slime monster attacks Metropolis, Lois discovers a secret -- and only Martha knows the secret is out.
Dawning 02: What Lois Knows
Lois goes to Kansas to discuss the CK=S situation with Martha.
Dawning 03: Some Days in the Life ...
Rumors fly around the Daily Planet about Lois and Clark's relationship. Clark does some babysitting, and Lois gets a notice about a meeting to discuss the condition of her apartment building after the Slime Monster attack.
Dawning 04: A New Ball Game
Lois and Clark attend a softball game together, where they have a nice, long talk. Clark continues a story on possible city council corruption, and Lois joins him.
Dawning 05: As Crumbled Cookies Go ...
Clark has a conversation with his agent, Murray; and his story on corruption is published. Also, Lois cooks for Clark. Which situation proves the most dangerous? :-)
Dawning 06: Chances Are ...
Lois thinks that Clark may be ready to tell her about his secret identity. Meanwhile, Clark, Lois and Jimmy work on a follow-up to the corruption story.
Dawning 07: It's Not Over Till ...
Lois and Clark worry about a fight they almost had. When William W.W. Waldecker disappears under strange circumstances, Perry thinks it may have something to do with Elvis' diaries.
Dawning 08: The Bank Job
Lois begins to recover from the injuries she sustained in the previous story. The duo continue to investigate Waldecker's disappearance. Superman is sued.
Dawning 09: Daybreak
Superman goes to court to defend the way he handled the Slime Monster attack. Clark is *finally* ready to tell Lois his secret, but her apartment is abandoned. Is this the end of their relationship?
The Dawn of Discovery
As Lois and Clark's fifteen-year-old son Jon works his way through a shocking discovery about himself and his parents, he learns what it really means for a father to be a hero to his son.
The Day Tempus Swapped Superman
Tempus switches the Clark Kents of two very different universes.
The Day After Christmas
It's the day after the "Home Is Where the Heart Is" Christmas, and Sam Lane has pieced together a few coincidences. He barges in on Clark and his parents, furious to think that some alien (carrying "who knows what diseases and genetic disorders") would have designs on his daughter -- and orders Clark away from Lois, forever.
A Day at the Beach
Lois and Clark get an unexpected weekend off.
A Day in the Life of Bobby Bigmouth
Bobby Bigmouth tries to fill his stomach while gathering information before meeting with his favorite reporting team. A look into one of the minor yet important characters in the series with a twist from the DC Comics universe. Story set in mid-season two.
The Day Superman Died ...
Soon after Clark gives her the "flying signal" and darts out of the newsroom, Lois hears that Superman has been shot in the heart with a kryptonite bullet at Hobb's Bay. A complex story involving mob bosses, Mindy Church and star-crossed lovers.
In this poignant observation, we're inside Clark's mind as he watches Lois.
Day Follows Nightfall
What is the probability that Clark would have ended up in Metropolis after his encounter with the Nightfall Asteroid? Stricken with amnesia, he could have landed just about anywhere and perhaps somewhere no one would ever suspect. A Tank rewrite of an old favorite, the episode "All Shook Up."
A Day in the Life...
What th---? Just who are these people, anyway? And what happened to Lois and Clark?
All in a Day's Work
Andrea Lynn Dunham
While investigating a fire at LexCorp Chemical, Lois and Clark stumble upon a plot by Lex Luthor to manufacture synthetic Kryptonite. An incapacitated Clark tries to talk Lois out of continuing the investigation on her own.
Don't Dream It's Over
Lois waits, mourning the loss of Clark to New Krypton. A sequel to the fanfic "Dust in the Wind," and Part 2 of a two-part fanfic series called "Un Ete de Souffrance," or "A Summer of Pain."
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.
An answer to Princess Destiny's One Hour Fanfic Challenge. This fanfic is also an answer to my own challenge: what if Lois had said "Deal!" when Clark jokingly offered to "share the bed" during their assignment at the Lexor Hotel in the episode "Honeymoon in Metropolis"?
Clark, thinking that Lois has chosen Dan Scardino over him, leaves and becomes involved in negotiating peace in a civil war in the Middle East. But Lois refuses to let Clark get away from her that easily, and so, in this very well-written and hard-hitting story, Lane and Kent discover that there are many shades of grey -- in life and in love.
Dear Lois ... Love, Superman
In the original script of the episode "Man of Steel Bars," when Clark resigns from the Planet, he leaves a letter for Lois, not Perry. This story, written mainly from Lois's POV, considers what might have been in that letter.
A young woman writes letters to Superman on behalf of her fiance.
Dear Santa, Love Jon
In this vignette, Lois and Clark's oldest son, Jon, writes a letter to Santa Claus. But why isn't his plea to Santa as heartfelt as usual?
Every once in a while, the Post Office has to remind Superman to pick up his mail -- bags and bags of letters, many from people wanting help. One of the letters, from a young boy who fears his father is in danger from drug traffickers, leads to a story for Lois and Clark.
Death in the City
What if Clyde Barrow had really shot Clark that night in the club?
Death of Luthor
A response to the "Kill Lex" challenge issued on the Lois & Clark Fanfic Boards.
Death Takes a Holiday
Clark and a friend find out the hard way that a dark alley is not the only place you don't want to meet some people! Especially when Clark learns about the premature death of Lois Lane.
Death Visits Clark
Richard Frantz Jr.
A familiar black-robed figure with a scythe appears to Clark. Is it Clark's time? Or something else?
In this short story set in season three, Lois makes a decision about her relationship with Clark.
This story is a prequel to my story "Speed," taking place during the episode "Whine Whine Whine." It provides insight into Lois's perspective of how she chooses between Dan, Superman and Clark.
Ninth in the "At First Sight"series, set during the episode "Man of Steel Bars"between Superman stopping the power plant and Clark returning to the Daily Planet.
A Decision for Life
Sometimes we get our best ideas when we're desperate. As happened to young Lois Lane.
In this sequel to Tank Wilson's fanfic "The Choice," Lois has made her decision.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, death and sadness surround Clark on all sides.
Defender of the Weak
Mary Potts a.k.a. Queen of the Capes
John has been taught to help people. So when a small boy at school is being bullied, he comes to the rescue.
This is set during the episode "Madame Ex," before Ariana is discovered to be behind everything.
Defender of the Helpless
Clark looks out for the little guy. Even if it's just a defenseless office plant.
Definitely the Black
This "Fluff Challenge" response tells the story of a certain piece of black lace and how it came to be worn by Lois on her wedding night. ;)
The Defense Rests
Lois and Clark conspire to end Dan Scardino's meddling once and for all, but when the plans go awry, how will the new couple cope?
A story that builds on the episode "That Old Gang of Mine." Dr. Emil Hamilton's clones start degenerating, which leads Dr. Hamilton to fear for Clark Kent, who was supposed to have received "the treatment" from Superman. Bobby Bigmouth tips off Lois about Clark's supposed condition.
Degrees of Separation
Following the author's "Middle School," Marta Kent's new friend has a secret. Her twin brother is missing, and Intergang is making a reappearance in Metropolis. What is the crime syndicate's interest in Allynda Myers and her brother? Part of the Dagger series.
As Lois and Clark investigate what might be happening to some street kids, certain events seem awfully familiar....
A spaceship crashes to Smallville, bringing with it some very special cargo.
Delenda est Carthago
An old letter was declassified from Bureau 39 archives. We learn about the driving force and motivations behind the notorious government agent, Jason Trask.
Desert Island Blues
Stranded on a desert island by kidnappers, Jimmy and Perry make a startling discovery.
Deserving to Love
After Griffin's phone call, Lois seeks shelter at Clark's place. A nightmare leads to confessions.
Deserving to Know
When Lois saves Clark from Johnny Corben, he feels that there's something she deserves to know.
This takes place almost two years after the end of season four. Lois has died six months prior to this piece while she was pregnant. Clark is in despair, and this is his first day back to work since she's been gone. This is the alternate (and somewhat happier) ending for "Distraught."
Desperately Seeking Clark
Lana arrives in Metropolis, determined to win Clark back. Lois has to act quickly or risk losing Clark forever.
Wendy Richards and Kaethel
Devastated by Lois's rejection of his human self in the episode "Barbarians at the Planet," Clark decides to put his feelings at risk and give Lois the one and only thing that can still prevent her from marrying Lex Luthor...
Desperate Reporter - A Wendy and Tank Challenge Fic
Tank Wilson and Wendy Richards
After several attempts on her life, Lois is forced into witness protection. A Wendy and Tank challenge fic.
There is only so much a girl can stand before she feels compelled to take matters into her own hands. In this story, Lois Lane decides that desperate times do indeed call for desperate measures.
H.G. Wells is surprised as he finds Tempus in a world that finally seems to have gotten the better of him.
A Matter of Destiny Part One
This story is set in an alternate universe -- one which we have not visited previously. And although many things are bound to be very different, one or two things will always be a matter of destiny.
A Matter of Destiny Part Two
Part 2 of a story set in an alternate universe -- one which we have not visited previously. And although many things are bound to be very different, one or two things will always be a matter of destiny.
A Matter of Destiny Part Three
This is the third and final part of the author's "A Matter of Destiny." You need to read the first two parts before reading this one or this won't make any sense.
The Devil's Bargain
Just what will Clark do to save the woman he loves? In this Faustian tale, a devilish enemy tests the Man of Steel's ethics against his love for Lois.
Clark does battle with demons who possess people.
When the Dewdrops Fall ...
A continuation of the episode "And the Answer Is ..." in which it doesn't take Lois a long time to give Clark an answer.
Lynn S. M.
Lois and Clark must deal with their younger son's diagnosis of autism. This story is a prequel to the author's "Echolalia."
Do You Want Me To Draw You a Diagram?
Lois tempts Clark with an unexpected proposition. Will he accept it? (A small-little-tiny vignette).
The Mysteries of a Diamond Mine
Lois Lane Wanna Be
In this second season vignette, Lois discovers that sometimes help can come in the simplest of forms.
Diamonds Are a Girl's Best ... Medicine
Glenda M. Hernandez
Cassandra Hathaway, a woman who committed many dark deeds in her obsession for Clark, is back. She seems to have reformed, but Lois isn't so sure. A sequel to the fanfic "Queens of Hearts."
Diary of The Princess Elana: The Rescue
A chance encounter leads Clark into trouble when he meets... Well, why don't we let her tell you herself? ;)
A Dickensian 4th
With the help of some ghostly visits, Lois realizes the strength of Clark's and her love for each other.
Didn't Take You Long
A rewrite of the events following Lois's refusal of Clark's proposal in the episode "We Have a Lot to Talk About."
A Different Beginning
What if Clark had made different choices in his love life prior to coming to Metropolis?
What if Lois hadn't been working at the Daily Planet when Clark started there? What if she'd been living in a different city altogether? Would they still find a way to meet?"
A Different Hero
Lex returns with a seemingly unbeatable plan to get Lois and get rid of Superman, but help comes from an unexpected source.
The Dinner Party
Lois is nervous about going over to Clark's apartment for a dinner. Will she be pleasantly surprised or end up in an emotional freefall? Don't worry, this is for Virginia's 2013 May WAFFy Challenge, so get ready for fluff.
Seeking to surprise Clark, Lois gets a surprise of her own. This story immediately predates an early work of mine called "Getting a Grip."
Dinner With a Friend
Maria TB Mendoza
Story number five in the author's Knowledge series, this one brings Lois, Clark and Jimmy together for a dinner where they make Clark tell all.
A lazy Saturday afternoon that starts with laundry ends at a miniature golf course, where Lois and Clark play for high stakes.
A Dirty Story
Lynn S. M.
Why does my muse keep giving me dirty stories?
A continuation of "And the Answer Is ..." that has Lois storming away from Clark but regretting her decision when she thinks she's going to die in an earthquake.
A Disaster of Intergalactic Proportions
Lois' thoughts when Clark leaves for New Krypton.
Lynn S. M.
When a spaceship lands in Shuster's Field, Jonathan and Martha Kent get more than they bargained for.
A New Discovery
A clever poem, in the style and meter of Hiawatha, that tells of Superwatha ("Faster than a speeding arrow!"), who came to earth many moons ago.
A short scenario in which a mysterious villain deduces the secret identity of Superman.
Perry sends Clark and a very pregnant Lois on a story to Washington. An old friend of Perry's has caught a whiff of scandal that could reveal corruption through all levels of government. The time away together also gives Lois and Clark an opportunity to sort out personal matters. This is the final installment of a trilogy that began with the author's "Beginnings" and continued with "Something in Common."
Disposable Characters: A "Cold & Blood" Challenge Response
Two drabble responses to the "Cold and Blood" opening lines challenge.
Clark says in "Honeymoon in Metropolis" that if something were to happen between him and Lois, it wouldn't be impulsive. What if it was?
Disruptions in Time
HG Wells interferes with Lois and Clark's anniversary plans with news that leads to a little time travel for Lois and a little confusion for the Clark of three different time dimensions, as both Lois and HG try to undo a few "disruptions in time."
If Clark had gone to see Lois as Superman after he was thought killed in "That Old Gang of Mine," what might have happened if Clark decided to tell Lois the truth? A continuation of the author's "100 Meters."
Takes place almost two years after the end of season four. Lois has died six months prior to this piece while she was pregnant. Clark is in despair, and this is his first day back to work since she's been gone. Be warned -- if you're looking for a happy ending, this isn't it. Check out the alternate ending "Despair" for a different tale.
Terrorists create diversions for Superman while they rob high-tech installations. Unfortunately, the miscellaneous explosions make it difficult for Clark to get through a date with Lois -- who is becoming increasingly annoyed with Clark disappearing while she's trying to discuss their relationship. A story that takes place after the episode "Target: Jimmy Olsen."
This story is a what if ... based on the beginning of Wendy Richard's "Faux Pas." Lois gets pregnant and has some very important decisions to make and then has to deal with the consequences.
A Day in the Library
Jose Antonio Chamorro
Lois is assigned to interview a new author by Perry. Will this be the beginning of something wonderful for Lois?
A Doctor's Oath
Dr. Sam Lane has been called to save Superman's life when the hero is stricken with a mysterious Kryptonian illness. Sam starts to realize that there is more to Lois and Superman's friendship than meets the eye. A re-write and extension of the episode, "Home Is Where The Hurt Is."
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?
Doesn't Anybody Ever Stay Together Anymore?
A newlywed Lois awakens to the sounds of a menace which could destroy her new found happiness, and has to fight not only Clark, but herself.
Do You Love Me?
An alternative ending to the scene in the first-season episode "Barbarians at the Planet" when Lois tells Superman that she would love him even if he had no powers.
An Invitation to a Donner Party
A touch of black humor brings a twist to the infamous legend of the Donner Party.
Don't Be a Stranger
Lois and Clark are best friends and she's in on the Secret. So what's making both of them think that they can never be more than friends? And what happens when Lex Luthor moves in on Lois? A sequel to Tank and Wendy's Strange Visitor: An Evil Vignette.
Don’t Be Cruel
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What if Clark went to Kansas after Lois rejected him in the episode “Barbarians at the Planet” and before Superman went to her apartment? An AU for the Season One finale.
Lois reflects on an early conversation with Clark.
Clark returns from New Krypton to some horrible news.
Don't Go Away
This story begins where "House of Luthor" left off. Instead of going into season 2 as if nothing happened, in this version the characters wrestle with serious emotions and have to make realistic decisions.
Don't Leave Me
What really goes through Lois's head when Clark leaves?
Don't Say You Love Me
After her phone conversation with Clark in the episode "House of Luthor," Lois decides that she can't just let their friendship end like that.
Don't Tell: A Vignette
Clark wants desperately to tell his secret to his friends. He can trust Lana with it, can't he?
Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Hurt
Wendy Richards and Tank Wilson
Fourth in a series of "challenges" between these two authors, this story presents Lois and Clark with every parent's nightmare.
Don't Tug on Lois's Key Ring
Lois gives crooks her keys while at a jewelry store? A response to HappyGirl's first line challenge.
Lois used to doodle the 'S' on her pad ... now she doodles something else.
A short vignette based on the Doomsday comics story.
In this conclusion to the episode "Family Hour," Lois is haunted by a stalker; meanwhile someone has been making attempts on Clark's life. Evidence suggests that it's connected to their new adopted son, CJ, but what is the connection, and will the couple uncover it in time to save their lives?
Down the Rabbit Hole
A ficathon story about a down-and-out Alt-Clark who gets tossed unexpectedly into a world where Superman is still a secret identity, where he works side-by-side with Lois Lane, and where his parents are alive. But will it last?
Clark knows he is married to the clone but has to pretend all is well in order to not spook Lex Luthor, who has kidnapped the real Lois. A sequel to the fanfic "I'll Knot Pronounce You ...," the full title is "Double Entendre - An Alternate View: The Non-Wedding Arc, Part II." This is the second of the author's five stories written to take the place of the episodes in the five-part arc.
Double Diaries 2: The Journals of Lois and Clark
Newlyweds Lois and Clark continue to learn about each other as they read through their diaries exploring the early days of their relationship.
Double Diaries: The Journals of Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
Newlyweds Lois and Clark learn more about each other as they read and discuss their journals from the early days of their relationship.
Double Fudge Miracle
It's Chocolate versus Rocky Road. Clark's holding his breath... and forgetting one little fact about the woman he loves.
In a world where nothing is what it seems, can our favorite couple find their way home?
When Clark confronts Lex Luthor and Wanda Detroit, he finds that a careful choice of words can make all the difference. A plot untwist based on the episode "Double Jeopardy."
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.
Some unexpected news threatens the harmony in Lois and Clark's personal life and erodes their mutual trust.
The Drabble Series: Midnight
This theme brings its readers many things: laughter, loss, revelations and quiet regret. Join these fantastic authors as they bring you small snippets from the lives of our favorite characters.
The Drabble Series #3: Pandora's Box
This collection of drabbles (100-word vignettes) are related by the Pandora's Box theme. No two alike, they cover characters ranging from Tempus to Jimmy to Clark, Gretchen, Lex, Lois, Mxyzpltk, Martha and Perry. The original Pandora's Box was the vessel from which Pandora accidentally unleashed all the known evils of the world upon mankind. (Zeus was cranky because Prometheus gave men fire ... long story.) But the good news is that she closed the box before the release of Hope. Hope sustains us today. Do we dare hope that our characters will survive the evils of Pandora's Box? Ninety-seven, ninety-eight, ninety-nine, one-hundred!
The Drabble Series #2: Weapon
The theme of this Drabble collection is weapons. Join these fantastic authors as they bring you small snippets from the lives of our favorite characters.
Lois and Clark Episode Draft #1
Lois and Clark and other characters become entangled in the web of a villain set on revenge.
Wondering about Teri Hatcher's Radio Shack commercials? The secret is revealed!
The Drawback of Having Eyes
Mary Potts a.k.a. Queen of the Capes
Sometimes it's hard being a kid. Especially when your parents insist on behaving so embarrassingly.
In the small, lonely hours one man reflects on the nature of his love in this introspective vignette.
Dream a Little Dream
This was written for the 2006 fundraiser and is a little scene in between the episodes "And the Answer Is" and "We Have a Lot to Talk About."
A Dream Come True
Sometimes you don't realize what your dreams are until they become a reality.
A Dream Come True
Jon B. Knutson
Clark Kent wakes up one morning to find that he's married to Lois Lane ... but has no memory of it. In fact, he's missing three years of his life.
Lois finds herself alone when Clark goes to New Krypton, but is she going to lose him forever?
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."
Dream of a Missed Life
A lonely woman has dreams of something or someone. Could she have made a wrong choice sometime in her life?
It Came to Me in a Dream
Lois' dream of flying over Metropolis -- in the arms of Clark Kent -- brings her to a startling realization.
Jon B. Knutson
Perry assigns Lois, Jimmy and himself to cover a revolutionary new stress-reducing machine. They have wonderful dreams but also exhibit strange side effects.
A mysterious source wreaks havoc by creating interactive dreams among the people in Metropolis. But what will a dream shared between Lois and Clark reveal to each of them?
A Dreamy Revelation
A fluke accident on an icy night leads to an unusual dream for Lois Lane. Just who is Clark Kent?
Lois' dreams of passion with Superman somehow end up making her think of Clark.
You Can Dress Them Up
Clark's always wanted to be a normal guy. In this story, we see that he can be "normal" in a way Martha wishes he weren't...
Dr. Friskin's Letter
Lynn S. M.
Dr. Friskin learns more about Superman than he ever intended she know.
When Lois' and Clark's oldest daughter reaches a certain age, they find themselves in a dilemma.
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?
Don't Tug On Superman's Friends
This companion vignette to "Don't Tug On Superman's Heart" explores the reactions of both Jimmy and Perry to Lois's supposed death in the episode "Don't Tug On Superman's Cape."
Don't Tug On Superman's Heart
What was Clark thinking when Lois was "killed" in the episode "Don't Tug on Superman's Cape"? Find out in this vignette.
Why does Martha insist that Clark wear the costume she made for Halloween?
An intimate little conversation between Lois and Clark in which Lois tries to come up with a new angle for a Superman interview.
In this Elseworld story, Clark Kent is a musician with a son and a secret to hide; but he's about to be discovered by hot-shot entertainment lawyer, Lois Lane.
Lois and Clark, the movie??? Hollywood tails Lois and Clark and tells all during a talk show.
Dust in the Wind
A story, written in first person from Lois' point of view, that picks up after the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly." Part 1 of a two-part fanfic series called "Un Ete de Souffrance," or "A Summer of Pain." (The sequel is "Don't Dream It's Over.")
A Dying Flame
Lois' declining health forces Clark to face the possibility of life without her.
With Kryptonite coursing through his veins, Clark needs something to give him the strength to go on.
Dying Is Something I Do Not Intend To Do
A letter from the dead comes to haunt the peaceful routine of Lois and Clark. (A micro-little-tiny vignette).
Tales of Dystopia: The Beginning
For Queenie's Bizarro May EVIL challenge: Clark and Lois find themselves in a strange predicament with one of their descendants.