Fanfic by Filename – V
Alphabetical by story filename — and each story's filename is unique.
Vacation, What's a Vacation?
Someone is kidnapping the children of Daily Planet employees -- and that includes the son of Clark and Lois Kent. A continuation of the author's fanfic "Now We Are Complete."
Fifteen-year-old Clark runs away from his foster home and has to make it on his own on the streets of Metropolis.
The Lane sisters have a tradition of shopping for Valentine's Day cards. This year Lois has a story to tell about buying a card the year she dated Lex. Telling that story may lead to progress in a relationship with much more potential.
A Valentine's Rendezvous
This Valentine's Day, Lois has a secret admirer ... and he wants to meet her! The clues suggest her admirer is either Lex Luthor or Superman, but what if it's neither? What if it's another maniac bent on revenge? The eventual meeting proves to be a revelation for all involved -- particularly the reader!
A Valentine Revelation
It's Valentine's Day, and Clark is absent again. But maybe he has a surprise for Lois?
Valentine's Day Rules
In this sweet Valentine's Day vignette, Jonathan struggles to create the perfect Valentine's Day while following the rules.
Valentine's Day had always been special for Clark, even when he'd had no one to celebrate it with. This year, he has Lois...and a few secrets to share. But will she appreciate the surprises he has planned for her?
Valentines Day...Full of Surprises
Lois and Clark plan mutual surprises for each other on their first Valentine's Day since the wedding.
Lois and Clark have been dating for a short time and of course there are ... Valentine Expectations.
Valentine's Day: A L&C Story
Lois and Clark, visibly in love, make a striking couple at a Valentine's Day dance -- and Perry congratulates himself on bringing his two reporters together.
A Planet Valentine Story
Lois and Clark discover the meaning of Valentine's Day after Perry assigns them to a holiday piece.
Valley of Veils
Superman is scheduled to appear in Egypt to help complete a survey of the Valley of the Kings, and Lois and Clark are assigned to the story. Snooping around, Lois thinks she has stumbled onto an assassination plot.
Valley of the Shadow
In this sequel to the author's "First Night," Lois and Clark deal with the issues that arise from being newlyweds and pregnant all at the same time, especially after discovering Clark really is an alien. Little do they know, how much things are about to change.
The Vampire Murders
Lois and Clark investigate a series of strange murders in Metropolis, and the main suspect may be ... a vampire?
The birth of Lois and Clark's first child is sure to be a thrilling event. Especially when it coincides with an important investigation. Part of the author's Dagger series.
Lois deals with the consequences of earlier decisions.
When Lois and Clark break up after a fight, Superman starts to date Lois. Except this is news to Clark!
Vatman -- Matchmaker Style
This is the tenth story in the Matchmaker Style series. Luthor clones Superman, but Lois can easily tell the difference between her husband and the imposter.
Confined spaces + Clark + Kryptonite = Fun. (A Ficathon Story)
Gaia's Children return in an effort to punish Lori and Clark for their role in exposing the cult's attempt to destroy the first starship. Can Clark find Lori before they harm his wife -- and before their baby is born?
Veni, Vidi, Vici
With Superman trapped in a deadly Kryptonite cage, Lex Luthor reflects before his impending marriage to Lois Lane.
La verdad desnuda
What happens when a thief steals Superman's suit? Find out in this 1st-2nd season story ¿Qué pasa cuando un ladrón roba el traje de Superman?,averiguelo en esta historia de la 1era y 2da temporada. A Stories in Other Languages story.
An alternate Clark Kent finds himself flying a planeload of passengers from 1993 Metropolis into real world post-9/11 2008 Washington DC. How will he deal with this new, darker world?
A nemesis from the past may have exacted the ultimate revenge, a weapon so enticing and yet so deadly that even Superman has no defense.
View From the Other Side
Lois Lane takes a moment to reflect about her past before leaving her empty house.
A View of Life's Greatest Gifts
Clark spends a nice day at home with his daughter, and an interesting conversation takes place. How will Clark explain something as important as adoption to her?
Mayson Drake disturbs Clark -- in more ways than one.
Vignette a la Lois
Ever wondered what was going on in Lois's mind when Clark was first hired? Now's your chance to find out.
The Villain's Tale
Sometimes you can put a lot of thought, time, and effort into a new idea, and sometimes your project is successful. But sometimes, all you find out is that the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Richard Frantz Jr.
Four microfiction (<300 word) stories on the nature of being a villain.
Life is not easy if you're a paparazzi who has been discredited in front of the entire world. So... how do you get back on top? By proving you're right, of course.
Virginally Destroyed: A Plot Untwist
In this little spin from the episode "Virtually Destroyed," Lois has other thoughts on her mind when she learns the truth about Clark's past experiences, or lack thereof.
Virtually Destroyed: A Missing Scene
Who led the decision to wait until the wedding night? This "missing scene" offers a theory.
In the episode "Virtually Destroyed," all Clark could manage to say in response to Lois' confession that all her relationships "ended up in the negative column," especially the one with Lex, was, "Ouch." In this story, he manages to say a lot more.
The reality-challenged FoLC returns. Where has she been for two years? Fifth in the author's series of "journal entries" begun with "Loising a Grip on Reality."
A Virtue Rewarded
Lois' memory slowly returns as she lies in her hospital bed, and she finds herself attracted to Clark all over again. He takes her to Smallville for some R&R. A WAFFy story that picks up after the episode "Seconds."
Emily M. Hanson
When a psychic vision alerts Jimmy Olsen to the danger his neighbor is in, he, Lois and Clark must find out who is behind the attempted murder before it's too late. Sequel to the author's "Remnants of Chaos."
Vision in Black Armor
Is it a dream or is it Darth Vader? Clark awakes to find an unexpected presence in his bedroom.
Vision of Destiny
Lois meets an old woman who has some unbelievable things to tell her.
Exactly why has Clark Kent always worn glasses? This clever tale from Clark's early childhood offers up an explanation.
Jon B. Knutson
Superman pays a visit to the Children's Ward of Metropolis General Hospital.
Lois realizes Jimmy is wearing a bra, but is he the only one?
Vitamins and Minerals
There's no cure for Kryptonite, but one ordinary morning Dr. Klein thinks he might have found something that will at least help.
Voices in My Head
Clark must be losing his mind. He just fought his way through a Kryptonite force field, Lois is telling him that "Sarah" and "David Miller" FLEW away, and to top it off, he's hearing voices in his head? Don't even get him started on the things those voices are telling him.... The fourth in a collection of vignettes based on the same premise as the author's "Unexpected Visitor."
Lois volunteers for something she later regrets.
Eighth in the series started with "At First Sight," this is set at the end of the episode "Green, Green Glow of Home."
A Vulnerable Night in Metropolis
An in-between scene for the episode "Lethal Weapon." After Clark bruised Lois, how did he deal with the guilt? This explores Lois and Clark's reactions to the tense scene.