Stories by Theme
This is an early attempt at organizing stories by theme. These pages haven't been updated, for the most part, since 1999 or 2000. We're keeping them around for nostalgia's sake. For a better and comprehensive means of finding stories by theme, please visit our Fanfic Database page and download our most recent spreadsheet, which includes fields for themes.
"Spoiler" Warning: For some stories, merely including them in a category gives away a major plot point, or some information the author had intended as a surprise. Stories in the Revelations categories, for example, will have someone finding out Clark is Superman. Sometimes that happens as the climax of the story, and the author would rather have sprung it on you. And maybe you'd have preferred that too. So, this is your spoiler warning: if you don't want hints about something that happens in a story, your best bet is to sift through the archive at random (which is something you'll want to do anyway!). But if you prefer certain types of stories, and you know what you want going in, keep scrolling.
Lois Lane gets the biggest clue of her life.
Others discover the secret.
For everyone who hoped Lois and Clark would get together, these romantic, WAFFy stories are for you.
Stories that feature a Lois and Clark who are very much together, whether married or just beginning to think along those lines. (Though that doesn't mean there aren't a few bumps in the road.)
Stories from Lois and Clark's early years -- and speculation on the next generation.
Stories that veer away from the generally accepted Superman legend, exploring "what if" scenarios.
Episode continuations and in-between scenes we never got to see but really wanted to.
Being an alien with a dual identity can get you in loads of trouble sometimes ...
... and sometimes it can turn your life into a comedy of errors. :-)
If Lois & Clark had been written as an adult drama, say, something for the 10 p.m. time slot, these are the kinds of stories we might have seen.
FoLCs rewrite entire episodes.
If you've read this far, you'll have noticed most L&C fanfics are relationship-oriented. Craving a different kind of action? Try these stories, guaranteed to quicken a fanboy's blood. :-)
Stories about the villain we most love to hate.
Lois and Clark Fairy Tales was a concept dreamed up by talented FoLC author Meredith Knight when she posted a 'Write a Lois and Clark Fairy Tale Challenge' to Zoomway's messageboards.
Revelations, Part 1
Amantium Irae Amoris Integratio
It was a tough decision to make, but Lois has finally chosen between the two men in her life. Now all she has to do is give one of them the bad news. The title means, "Lovers' anger is the renewal of love."
Clark Kent dashes off yet again as Lois is in the middle of pouring out her heart to him. Has he pulled this stunt one time too many? Clark realizes that may be the case as his gifts of chocolate and even a new Superman mug fail to appease her.
Champagne Wishes & Clark Dreams
It's the morning after the night before ... something ... happened. Lois, reeling with a hangover, jumps to conclusions when she finds an apologetic note from Clark.
A Clark by Any Other Name
A simple investigation into a truck crash and a murder leads to several pleasant results -- including a friend for Lois and a deeper relationship between Lois and Clark.
Getting Away From It All
Clark realizes his abrupt exits are taking a toll on Lois. A romantic revelation story.
I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas + Sequel
Clark gives Lois a very special Christmas in Smallville.
It's About Time
After the Lois-Lex wedding incident, Perry notices that Lois and Clark are walking on eggshells around each other. He decides to help them get their edge back by sending them "on assignment" to a romantic village in South America, where he hopes nature will take its course.
Like Superman for Chocolate
Lois' feelings for Clark and Superman manifest themselves in her dreams as an ultimate chocolate fantasy.
To save their relationship, Lois and Clark do what they do best -- write. Each writes a letter to the other.
Out of Superman's Hands
Andrea Lynn Dunham
After Clark gave a flimsy excuse to run off and save someone as Superman, Lois was involved in a serious car wreck. Clark doesn't know if she'll pull through, and he blames himself for not being there. A story that would have occurred instead of "Whine Whine Whine" in the Lois & Clark universe.
A Superman costume and a clue involving Double Fudge Crunch Bars lead Lois to discover a new side of Clark.
Revelation (After Churches ... )
Lois jumps to conclusions when she sees a not-completely-dressed Mayson Drake leaving Clark's apartment early in the morning.
Andrea Lynn Dunham
Taking second place to Superman in Lois' affections, Clark subconsciously starts sending out hints about his dual identity.
A distraught Lois beats on Clark's door at 4 o'clock in the morning, looking for a little company but hoping for something more with her partner.
After Lois is shot in the chest, she has an out-of-body experience in which she is counseled by a kindly apparition.
What could Superman and *Lois* be doing at this hour in Smallville, Martha and Jonathan want to know. :-)
Something Completely Different
Clark tells Lois how he feels about her dating Dan Scardino -- with interesting results. A steamy little story.
A True Lies Revelation
A quiet evening at Clark's apartment, where Lois and Clark are watching a video of the movie "True Lies," leads to declarations and a revelation.
After he saves someone from drowning, Superman lets Lois talk him into drying his suit at her apartment.
You Made Me Love You
Now that she's finally over her Superman infatuation, Lois is embarrassed to have to sing a love song to the hero at a charity ball -- because the committee thought it would be "cute." To complete her humiliation after the serenade, she is invited to chat at Mayson Drake's table. (This story turned into a series -- be sure to check out "Wheels of Justice" and "Great Shades of Elvis" also.]
Revelations, Part 2
A Cat's Life
A slice of Lois Lane's life as seen through the eyes of her wily and wise cat, Elroy. Very clever!
A Chief Dilemma
For months it has lain forgotten in a box in Perry's office. Tomorrow, when Lois and Clark return from their honeymoon, he's going to invite them into his office and show it to them. Since they're friends of Superman, they'll probably know how to dispose of a piece of kryptonite.
A Friend Indeed
After seeing the villain Jaxon posing as a glasses-less Clark Kent (in the episode "Virtually Destroyed"), Jimmy puts two and two together.
A Guest from the Blue
With Lois away on an assignment, Clark is surprised when Lucy shows up on their doorstep. Sensing something is wrong, he invites her to stay, and in the process all three of them learn more about each other -- and themselves.
Lois, Clark and Jimmy are caught by the group of Intergang counterfeiters they're investigating. To save them, Clark runs the risk of revealing his secret to Jimmy.
On the Cusp of a Relationship
After not objecting to Lois dating Dan Scardino, Clark has a change of heart. He rushes over to Lois' apartment, hoping it's not too late.
A rich heiress wants to add one more prize to her "one-of-a-kind" collection -- Superman
Lois and Clark's relationship seems to be falling apart, and things look grim until a kindly late-night cleaning lady decides to play matchmaker for the two reporters who have befriended her.
When Lois learns that Clark hangs out on a journalists' chat forum on the IRC, she logs on incognito to ask for help on a story. As her questions turn increasingly personal, Clark comes up with answers she doesn't expect.
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.
File Not Found
It was an easy mistake. Lois told Clark to copy the file NOVELL off her computer, and he grabbed NOVEL. Now that he has Lois' fabled romance novel on his screen, can he resist the temptation to read it?
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?
Clark plans the perfect date to make things up to Lois. But the best laid plans of men and Supermen often go asunder.
Angela Kay Walthall
Thinking she has cracked a burglary scam, Lois interrupts Clark's Christmas preparations and persuades him to sit with her on a stakeout, in her parked car, for hours. It doesn't take long for their attention to drift away from their story and onto each other. Are they ready to start a relationship, or are there still unresolved issues with Superman?
He's Just Not Clark
A phone conversation with her sister, Lucy, helps Lois choose between Dan Scardino and Clark. This story is for those FoLCs who wanted to actually SEE Lois get rid of Scardino.
A Hot Summer Night
Lois and Clark have one of their platonic pizza-and-video "dates" at his apartment during a heatwave -- and his air conditioner has broken. Underdressed for the climate, they find themselves concentrating on each other instead of the movie.
If Only (Metallo Revised Ending)
An alternate ending to the episode "Metallo" -- the phone conversation that should have taken place.
Known Too Well
Superman becomes annoyed with Lois when, after finishing dinner in her apartment, she confides that she knows him "so well."
A Little Incentive
Exactly what will it take to get Lois and Clark to admit their feelings for one another?
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.
May the Best (Super) Man Win
Lois is forced by a seemingly harmless bet to confront her growing feelings for her partner as she and Clark work to save the Beckworth School (featured in the episode "Smart Kids") from closing. Meanwhile, Perry sends them on an A&E assignment to interview singer Kathy Troccoli -- whose video director wants to cast them in a video for the song "If I'm Not in Love..."
Moonlight & Roses
Clark takes Lois to Smallville to help celebrate her birthday. But what kind of "surprise" is he planning?
Clark works up his courage to ask Lois to the Daily Planet's New Year's Eve Ball.
A Real Short Christmas Story
It's the Planet's Christmas party, and Lois is armed with mistletoe for when her favorite guy shows up.
Lois and Clark attempt to unravel a forty year old murder mystery in Minnesota while, at the same time, they confront their mutually intensifying feelings for each other. (Be sure to check out all the stories by the author in this series.)
Sleepless in Metropolis
A first date -- and Lois did the asking!
Jon B. Knutson
The Kents come to Metropolis for Thanksgiving, and everybody -- including Lois -- gets snowed in at Clark's apartment during a freak snowstorm.
What Friends Are For
Lois has a girls' night out with her sister, Lucy, and two good friends. Clark Kent and Superman keep coming up as topics of discussion, to Lois' embarrassment.
In Love and Loving It
The Ankle Bone's Connected to ...
After having to spend a few hours away from Lois -- and on his wedding night too -- Clark returns to their hotel room to embark on a new mission of exploration.
Because You Loved Me
Vignettes of Lois and Clark in later life, set against Celine Dion's song "Because You Loved Me."
Lois knows Clark's secret, and they seem to be an item, but Lois notices that Clark is emotionally and physically distancing himself from her. While she agonizes over the problem, Martha calls to lend a sympathetic ear.
Compromises & Reunions
Discussing the constant stream of interruptions that play havoc with their quality time, Lois had jokingly suggested to her fiance that they move in together. Now all they have to do is make room in Clark's apartment for Lois' furniture -- and overcome their shyness and frayed nerves.
Dear Superman's Wife
A short story set in the Superman comic books' continuity: a letter that Lois writes to a woman claiming to be Superman's wife, shortly after Doomsday "kills" him.
Going to the Chapel
Pam Jernigan and Sarah Wood
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.
Clark comes home to Lois and a wonderful surprise!
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 ...
Like Father, Like Son
A young woman steps forward to claim that Superman fathered her baby, but this time the child has been kidnapped -- and will be killed if Superman doesn't meet the ransom. A call from Jonathan Kent helps defuse some of the tension between Lois and Clark over the situation.
Man of Kleenex
Knowing Clark is worried that being intimate with Lois might harm her, his parents try to find a solution. Meanwhile, Lois and Clark's story on drug use in Metropolis gyms lands them in hot water -- and lands Clark on his back, repeatedly, in the judo classes he's taking to provide a cover for his investigations.
Clark has just inherited Perry's office, and Lois takes time off from her busy job to pay him a visit -- and slip in some quality time.
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."
A newly married Lois and Clark consider parenthood when a surprise visitor shows up at the Planet.
Just weeks before their wedding, Lois and Clark struggle with erotic tension, trying to keep their promise to wait until their wedding night.
Jennifer L. Adkins
When a snitch informs the Planet he has the scoop on Superman's secret identity, Lois and Clark race to the meeting. Of course, it could be a trap ...
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.
A story about Lois and Clark's twilight years.
Superman v. the In-laws
IRC Round Robin
Ellen Lane tries to impose some *togetherness* on her unruly family by inviting them all to the beach for a weekend of fun in the sun in this well-written, humorous story.
The Thoughts That Bless
After Lois knows the big secret, she assembles an archive of Superman news clippings in her apartment, determined to know "what she should have seen that she didn't see" -- and thereby help build a better future with Clark by better understanding their past.
Three Capes to the Wind
An IRC Round Robin
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. Written by Zoomway, ChrisM, CKgroupie, ChrisnDor, Eraygun and sharper.
Teh Wedding Day
Lois prepares for her wedding, with Martha and Ellen to help. And over in Clark's apartment, Jonathan tries to ease his son's fears about the upcoming wedding night. (The misspelling, "Teh," in the title is deliberate -- a tribute to all of the author's IRC friends. :-)
Lois and Clark try to spend some time alone together but find it so difficult that it may be a job for Superman. The weekend starts off on a crowded note when the Kents, making a surprise early-morning visit to Clark's apartment, find that the surprise is on them.
KidFic: A Child's Book of L&C
Aliens and Strangers
A story tracking the life of Laney Kent (the only one of the Kent brood lacking in superpowers) from adolescence to maturity. This story explores what Lois and Clark's kids might be like, and also sets about reconciling the issue of Clark's alienness with religions of the world.
The Baby Who Could Fly
As Lois is about to deliver her baby, she worries that the hospital staff will notice something unusual about it.
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 and Clark's son, CJ, has more to deal with as a teenager than do most boys. There's finding out that his father is Superman for a start, and the appearance of his own super-powers. What will that mean for his future -- and his relationship with his best friend, Kat? On top of that is the mystery of where he came from in the first place -- and how he can cope with his mother's serious illness after she becomes pregnant.
They both want to wait up for Clark, but it's late, and Lois Lane Kent finds she must use all her skills in negotiation and misdirection to get her young daughter, Marta (who is just as talented in these areas), ready for bed. A charming "FoLC lullaby."
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.
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.
When Clark is wearing his glasses, he can't walk his *Special* Walk or hammer nails with his fist. He has to confine himself to the things other children can do, so *they* -- the people his daddy said want to dissect him like a frog -- won't come and take him away.
Turning Point - Coming of Age in Kansas
At age 13, Clark is distressed to learn that he is different from other kids. As he grows into his powers, Martha and Jonathan try to help him figure out ways to leash his fantastic abilities.
Exactly why has Clark Kent always worn glasses? This clever tale from Clark's early childhood offers up an explanation.
A dejected Clark Kent, who despairs of ever getting Lois Lane to notice him, wakes up one morning in bed beside her. Supposedly, he's been married to her for years. He's in heaven. Meanwhile, a much-married Clark is sent mysteriously five years into his past. He wants back, really bad.
What might the last episode of Lois & Clark be like had the show run for 8 seasons? This aurthor gives her suggestion.
Fated: An Elseworld Story
A what-if story in which Jor-El provides his son with more than just passage to a new life on another world.
If You Can't Beat 'Em (Joe's Story)
A what-if story that explores what might have happened if Superman, not Clark, had first pursued a relationship with Lois.
A continuation of Zoomway's fanfic "If You Can't Beat 'Em," in which Lois, already in a seemingly perfect relationship with Superman, finds herself dangerously attracted to her partner, Clark.
In this continuation of "Alt Shook Up" we discover who was behind Lois's disappearance in the Congo, and see Lex Luthor meet his nemesis.
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.
While on a stakeout with Clark, Lois falls asleep and dreams she had married Lex Luthor. In the dream, things go from bad to worse to as horrible as could be imagined.
Only You: If Only
From the author who has brought us several excellent fanfics about Clark's pre-Metropolis days comes a companion story -- the story of the Alternate Universe's Clark's childhood. (Be sure to check out the rest of the stories in this author's series.)
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. (Be sure to check out the rest of the stories in this author's series.)
A Purebred Superhero
Martha and Jonathan Kent never expected to find a space pod in a field -- and they certainly didn't expect what popped out of it. An amusing takeoff on the Superman legend.
SoulMates Chronicles: The Falcon
Round Robin (Enhanced) - From the IRC
HG Wells is our guide as we trace the souls of our favorite couple through time. "The Falcon" takes us to Italy during the Renaissance, where a bookish young nobleman and his beautiful wife struggle to triumph over evil in 1507. This is the first story in a continuing series of fanfics called The SoulMates Chronicles.
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.
A what-if story that has Kal-El landing in a remote jungle of South America, where he is discovered by a tribe descended from the Incas.
In Between and After the Fact
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.
An extrapolation of the episode "Contact" that has Lois, who has just been dumped "for her own good," tracking down Clark to give him a piece of her mind.
A truly delightful story that explains how Lois, legendary for her lack of talent in the kitchen, came to prepare the holiday feast seen at the end of the episode "Season's Greedings."
Frog Day Afternoon
Molly P. Flynn
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."
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..."
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.
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."
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.
Clark is in major trouble when he learns that all Daily Planet employees must be subjected to blood and urine tests -- no exceptions, and no excuses.
Lois plays Cupid for her friend Lizi, who wants to date Superman. (After all, she gave up the superhero for the farmboy, so why be stingy?) Lois arranges for them to double date with her and ... Clark. Oops.
Oh, What a Wicked Web We Weave
Superman is accused of having an affair with the wife of Clark Kent! How will Lois and Clark keep the secret?
Three's a Crowd
Lucy Lane crashes at Lois and Clark's place for a while, and it doesn't take long before her brother-in-law is ready to climb the walls. Very funny story!
Funny, Short & Sweet
What ever did happen to Cat Grant? In this funny letter to Lois, Cat tells all -- and can't resist yanking Lois' chain a bit.
Diary of a Superman Groupie
Glenda M. Hernandez
The personal account of a young woman who, after seeing Superman interviewed on TV, falls head over heels in love with the superhero. She travels to Metropolis and lands a job as a gopher for the Daily Planet. Funny story!
Molly P. Flynn
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!
I Can't Anymore, Clark
Lois' bags are packed and waiting at the front door -- as she makes a declaration to her husband, Clark.
I Love This City
A reporter from the National Whisper gets an unusual Superman/Lois Lane scoop when she sees Lois standing on a street corner, dressed as if she has business standing on a street corner -- and an angry Superman who looks like he has a problem with that.
Lois makes a startling discovery when indulging in an "artistic temper tantrum" with photos of Clark and Superman.
Rain Elizabeth Day
Lois and Clark are both vying for spots on an important military press conference -- but a drug test is required. Clark's in a jam unless Lois can come through with her offer to donate a sample. Shouldn't be any harm in that, right?
How to go from farmboy to superhero in one second or less. Very funny story!
The Return of Ultrawoman
Look! Up in the sky! It's Ultrawoman, descending from the clouds to help Superman put out a blaze.
Run for Your Life, Superman
Lois' predatory behavior scares Superman out of his wits. :-)
McInnis, Erin Dawn
It's Clark's turn on the runway at the Metropolis Bachelor Auction, but Lois is content to let someone else claim him -- after all, she's been saving her money to bid on Superman. What's that? *Mayson Drake* is bidding on Clark?! :-)
What do you do when two men plus one Superman can't get the job done? Send in Lois Lane!
The Stuff That Dreams Are Made of
As she cuddles with her cat, Elroy, Lois recalls Clark entertaining the newsroom with his account of Superman vs. the washing machine. Seems Superman isn't so super when it comes to laundry. :-)
McInnis, Erin Dawn
Lois' enjoyment of the movie Batman Forever is marred by the idea that the Nicole Kidman character couldn't see the sweet multi-billionaire under her nose for some superhero stud in rubber, even though they were both the same guy. How unrealistic could you get? :-)
Superman vs. Batman
Superman can't resist checking out the near-mythical Batman of Gotham City ... and he can't resist taking a peek to see whose face is under the batmask.
Dimensions of Loving
In this sequel to the fanfic "Love Beyond All Measure," Lois and Clark's relationship moves forward, creating some surprising revelations for both of them. Also, while investigating the events that led up to Lois' being taken hostage, they must face an old foe who's armed with a new and deadlier form of kryptonite.
Gilmore, Michelle & Hudzik, Stephanie
When Clark's out of town on Super-business, Lois stumbles into trouble. Will the Daily Planet be writing her epitaph?
A weary, battle-scarred Clark returns from New Krypton with a heavy heart and some shattering news for Lois. A story that picks up from the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
In a Child's Name
The reporters' investigation into an unsolved murder forces them to rethink their definition of "justice." But their involvement in the emotional case could cost them their relationship ... or even their lives. Set directly following the episode "Don't Tug on Superman's Cape," this outstanding story will have you on the edge of your seat.
Love Beyond All Measure
While Clark is away on vacation in Smallville, Lois investigates a securities fraud, which results in her being held hostage by the man responsible. He's armed with kryptonite and threatening to kill both Lois and Superman. If Superman can't save her, what will Clark be able to do?
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?
A Shot in the Dark
Lois and Clark have been married for a few months, but marriage certainly hasn't cooled the passion between them. As they discuss their plans for a weekend together, a shocking interruption occurs that will change their lives forever, and it takes all the love and determination and creativity they possess (as well as some helpful suggestions from their mothers) to put their lives back together. Be warned: The story starts with a serious WHAM, and the resolution of the A plot contains a little bit of violence (a very little bit).
A Touch From Beyond
Lois withdraws into herself after being involved in a traumatic automobile accident. Her reluctance to be open with Clark puts a strain on their relationship.
Lois discovers she's pregnant, but there are complications. Clark despairs of them ever having children, and he starts to feel the weight of a world resting on his shoulders.
It Coulda Been Like This
Everything Must Change
An alternative take on the resolution of the Season 3 cliffhanger: what might have happened if Clark had been gone not for a few days, but a few years?
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.
I'll Knot Pronounce You ...
A rewrite of the "I Now Pronounce You ..." wedding scene, and the reception, with a much less clueless Clark. This is the first of the author's five stories written to take the place of the episodes in the five-part "non-wedding" arc.
What might have happened if Perry had found the letter from Alice in time in "Ultra Woman"? A third in a trilogy started by Shawn V. with "Ghost Arrival" and "The Ghost and Kirshner".
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 Best Friend's Wedding
What if Lois hadn't said 'No' to Lex in 'Fall of the House of Luthor' and Perry, Jimmy and Jack were an hour or so later in arriving with Inspector Henderson?
Tempus Fugitive Revisited
Kaz from Oz
A thoughtful, intriguing rewrite of the episode "Tempus Fugitive," in which a darker, more sinister Tempus travels back in time to attempt his murderous agenda.
The True and Amazing Adventures of Wanda Detroit
Wanda Detroit is my name. I sing for drinks down at the docks. But it wasn't always like this. The opening lines of a great work of literature? You be the judge. For the first time anywhere, the romance novel, written by Lois Lane's own hand, appears in its entirety. Oh, the drama! The passion! The histrionics! It's all here for your perusal.
Let's Have Some Action!
The Amazing Brainiac
Jon B. Knutson
Lois and Clark have a night on the town, taking in the stage act of the mentalist Milton Fine, also known as "The Amazing Brainiac." Interviewing him later, they learn Fine believes his mind is being taken over by a discorporeal alien named Vril Dox. Disgusted, Lois calls the interview to a halt, but they haven't seen the last of Fine -- or Vril Dox.
When her family is kidnapped, Meghan Avery -- a friend from Clark's past -- comes to the Daily Planet for the special kind of help only Clark can provide. And Meghan is rather special herself.
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."
Spider-Man returns to Metropolis on the trail of a deadly criminal genius just as Robin and Batgirl arrive looking for their own villain. Soon everyone is caught up in an epic of confusion that brings Clark face to face with some personal issues, while Jimmy fights for his life. A sequel to the author's fanfic, "The Spider and the Fly(boy)."
Lois and Clark are stuck in a plane with a terrorist, two bombs, and no way for Superman to show up!
Guardian of Metropolis
Jon B. Knutson
A crimefighter keeps a careful watch on Metropolis -- nope, it's not Superman.
The Return of Brainiac
Jon B. Knutson
Milton Fine, the possessed mentalist, returns, and uses his mind control powers to try to force Superman to kill his friends, Jimmy and Perry.
Jon B. Knutson
An imp from the fifth dimension bedevils Metropolis.
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.
The Joy of Lex
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.
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.
The Best Man
It's Lois and Clark's engagement party, and nothing can mar their happiness with each other ... except perhaps the news that Lex Luthor is not only out of prison but reinstated on his throne of power.
My Mind or Yours
What if Perry White were in Jimmy Olsen's shoes, and vice versa? They may just find out, if Lex Luthor's scientists' mind-swapping machine works on humans. Things get even more interesting when Luthor tries it on Lois and Clark.
A Night to Remember
Patty Macy and Louette McInnes
Three weeks before her wedding, thieves rob Lois' apartment and rough up Lois, who catches them in the act. Clark is worried the thieves will come back, and he makes plans to keep her safe. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor plots.
When Lois doesn't show up for work and can't be reached by phone, Clark and Perry go to her apartment ... to find the worst sight imaginable.
Lois & Clark Fairy Tales
Allfur: A Lois and Clark Fairy Tale
A mélange of well-loved fairy tales interwoven into an original story of Princess Lois' trials before she lived happily ever after with Prince Clark.
A Lois and Clark Fairy Tale: Cinder(Lois)Ellen and the Prince
Another story written in response to the Fairy-tale Challenge on the Message Boards. In this, CinderEllen, also known as Lois, wants to go to the ball, but will her fairy godfather -- or temporal pilgrim -- arrive in time to help her?
A Lois and Clark Fairy Tale: Ebony Locks
Lois and Clark are lost in the woods, and find an empty cottage to shelter in. But where are the inhabitants -- and why is there no bathroom? This story was written for the L&C fairy tale challenge.
A Lois and Clark Fairy Tale: The Evil Stepmother's Manifesto
A LnC/Fairy Tale story, in reply to Meredith's fairy tale story challenge. Lois and Clark hurry to interview a woman who has been victimized by the evil stepmother stereotype.
Lois and Clark: A Fairy Tale
A season one story of Lois, Clark, and Lex, told as a fairy tale. A response to Meredith's Lois and Clark Fairy Tale story challenge on Zoom's messageboards.
A Lois and Clark Fairy Tale from the Dark Side: The Key
Doc. Klein's LabRat
Another in the series of Lois and Clark fairy tales. Loisetta Lane eagerly contemplates marrying her handsome true love. But is he true? And does he love her? And will she survive the marriage at all?
A Lois and Clark Fairy Tale: Loispunzel and the Prince
Doc. Klein's LabRat
A little piece of fairy tale fluff in response to Meredith Knight's 'Write a Lois and Clark fairy tale' challenge on Zoom's messageboards. What's a kingly father to do when his feisty princess daughter has no husband and an evil advisor has designs of his own?
A Lois and Clark Fairy Tale: To Kiss A ...
A LnC/Fairy Tale story. As Princess Lois is growing up, the mystical ball she received for her 10th birthday has a bigger impact on her life than she ever would have imagined.