Fanfic by Title – B
Alphabetical by story title (note that the articles a, an and the are disregarded when they appear at the front of the title).
Lois and Clark and a joke for a favourite FoLC and fanfic writer.
An L&C song parody based on George Strait's "Baby Blue."
A Baby From the Blue
A story that picks up from the series finale episode, "Family Hour," which offers an explanation of how a baby arrived mysteriously in Lois and Clark's house.
The Baby From The Sky
Lois and Clark have just found out they couldn't have children. In their depression they retreat to Smallville to be comforted by the only two people who can comfort them in their time of need -- and stumble upon a dream and nightmare.
Baby, It's Cold Outside
A trip to the mountains leads to an epiphany (no, not that one) and a misunderstanding. Never fear, though -- this is a ficathon story, and that means WAFFiness ... and snogging.
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.
After not being able to save everyone at a rescue, Clark is devastated. On returning home he realizes where his strength to continue comes from.
Back This Way
"Sometimes, when he looked at her, she saw his loneliness and how good he had become at hiding it." A young Clark Kent seen through the eyes of a childhood friend.
Back to The Future
Utopia has been disrupted, but by whom? Picking up where "Family Hour" left off, we join Lois and Clark as they learn the secret of the baby's origin. A secret that may put their lives -- and the lives of their descendants -- at grave risk. Part 1 of 2. Episode 1 of S5.
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.
In a world where it seems everything is backwards, some things remain the same.
Backwards II: Return to Metropolis
Upon their return to Metropolis, Lois and Clark conduct their first official joint investigation and learn a few things about themselves along the way.
Backwards III: House of Lane
Lois is starting to settle into Metropolis when she and Clark decide to do something a little crazy -- right before someone out of Clark's past tries to ruin everything.
Bad Guys Always Have a Plan
In 1887, HG Wells dropped out of getting his biology degree. Why? Maybe he was bored. Or maybe, someone planted an idea in his mind -- that might change the outcome of Lois and Clark's entire universe.
Bad Guys Are After Clark
Lex Luthor stalks Lois and Clark.
Clark finally has the courage to reveal his secret to Lois.
The Bakery Redux
Lois has another strange encounter in a mysterious coffee shop.
A humorous continuation of the episode "I'm Looking Through You," picking up after Lois says to Clark: "It seems we have something in common. You want to fly like Superman, and I want to fly with him."
The Ball Is in Your Court
Halloween costumes don't always mask secret identities as well as one would like...
The Ballad of Superman
This ballad traces "Lois and Clark" through four seasons of their relationship. Short, sweet, and well done..
Clark, a playboy crooner?
Bang, Bang! You're... Not Dead?
In this short but humorous response to Yvonne Connell's TOGOM challenge, Clark panics, leading to an odd reaction to being shot.
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 Baptism of Fire
The first story in a series exploring Lois Lane's pre-Clark Kent/Superman days as a new investigative reporter at the Daily Planet.
Barbarians at the Boards
A protest against authors who write about Lois & Clark.
Barbarians at the Planet -- Matchmaker Style
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This is the 12th in the series. Clark and Lois have both gone undercover to get the goods on Luthor. Clark is pretending to be dead while Lois is pretending to fall for Luthor's charms. In the meantime, Henderson has Nigel and is getting information from him.
Barbarians in the Rain
In a bus stop, in the middle of the pouring rain, two lovers discover each other.
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.
Basketball: A Lois and Clark Valentine
Lois and Clark's basketball game together ends in disaster -- or does it? A sweet, WAFFY Valentine's Day story.
Basketball -- Clark's Side of the Story
A companion to the author's earlier story, "Basketball," but told in Clark's voice. A WAFFy revelation story.
Superheroes have secrets, sure, but this one just might be unbelievable!
Clark just can't take his young son anywhere, it seems.
Batman, Zorro, and Other Liars
Everyone knows that superheroes fight for truth and justice. But what happens when a certain reporter realizes that they aren't all that different from the rest of us?
Bats in the Belfry
Just when Lois starts thinking Clark will probably never ask her out again, he has a fit of jealousy after he overhears Bruce Wayne inviting her out to dinner.
Battle of the Network Printers
Yvonne Connell and Pam Jernigan
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 Battle of Wills
After Lois tries to seduce Clark for all the wrong reasons, Clark's good and bad sides go to war, literally, in this humorous story.
A Battle of Wills 2: On the Other Side of the Door
Lois has a heart-to-heart with herself (selves?) over her feelings for Clark in this cute story. A sequel to the fanfic "A Battle of Wills" by LadeeV.
An alternate universe story in which Clark went to New Krypton with Zara and Ching to fight for peace but was captured by Nor. Now he is home again, but he bears scars in body and mind. Torture warning.
The BC Saga (Before Clone)
A poem tracing the show through the first two seasons.
Be Careful What You Wish For
An elseworld story set after the episode "AKA: Superman."
Be Careful What You Wish For
A boyfriend who never criticizes her looks proves something of a challenge Lois Lane can't resist.
At the end of the episode "Pheromone, My Lovely," Lois is extremely annoyed by Clark's insistence that she admit her attraction to him. But her exaggerated dismissal of her feelings obviously doesn't convince her partner...and maybe not even herself.
Be My Smallville Valentine
Lois and Clark spend their first Valentine's Day together in Smallville.
Lex Luthor discovers that he has a use even for hyenas in this challenge vignette.
What truly defines Lois Lane? For Clark Kent, beauty is only the start of it.
Clark Kent leads a double life. And Lois is on to him. Sort of.
Because He Can Yodel
Perry reacts to Clark's death in the episode "That Old Gang of Mine."
Because It Just Can't End Like That (TOGOM)
A short but WAFFy continuation of the episode "That Old Gang of Mine." What if Clark hadn't dozed off?
Because We Are in Love
Jimmy's in love! Now if he can just stay awake long enough to propose ...
Because You Loved Me
Vignettes of Lois and Clark in later life, set against Celine Dion's song "Because You Loved Me."
The Bedtime Story
Lynn S. M.
Clark tells his son a bedtime story about Superman.
Perry decides rest and relaxation are in order for his new star reporting team of Lane and Kent, and a day at the beach is their assignment. Wouldn't you know there'd be a sand-kicking bully? A first-season vignette.
Before and After Clark Kent
Lois tells someone special about her federal disasters and how she finally found love.
Before the Beginning
What happened to Martha and Jonathan Kent after Lois and Clark left them in "Tempus Fugitive"? This story is about the Kents on a certain evening in May of 1966.
A romantic engagement vignette. After six months of waiting, has Lois finally made up her mind?
A charity auction and a visit from the Waynes of Gotham City prove only slight distractions for Lois and Clark as each tries to find the perfect gift for their paper anniversary.
A sequel, or sort of, to this author's "Secrets."
Behind Every (Super) Man...
They say that behind every great man, there is an even greater woman. That is doubly true for the Man of Steel.
Behind Every Woman
Craig Byrne and Kat Picson
There's something suspicious happening on the set of Jimmy Olsen's favorite TV show, and entertainment reporter Cat Grant recruits the Daily Planet's help. Jimmy talks Perry into sending him to California and, with the help of his old friend Sarah Goodwin, proves his merit as an investigative reporter. (Episode # 23 of The Unaired Fifth Season)
Behind the Mist
Jose Antonio Chamorro
Lois and Clark's relationship starts to take off once she learns his secret.
A story set during the episode "Whine, Whine, Whine." What might Lois and Clark have been thinking and feeling when they tried to call each other?
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)
Jana L. Officer
Lois shows up at Clark's doorstep after the capture of Kyle Griffin. After a dinner of spaghetti, Clark weaves a poignant bedtime story about a boy who grew up to be different from everyone else and yet met the woman as unique as he is.
In a parallel universe, Clark Kent strives to find his place in the world.
A Bermudan Love Triangle
Joy N. Sowell
When Lois takes a trip to the Bermuda Triangle to dispose of the Kryptonite after the episode "Madame Ex," Clark learns something that makes him follow her.
The Best Bargain
In this, the mirror story to the author's "Counting the Ways," Lois traces the ups and downs of her relationship with Clark and marvels at how they managed to come through it all.
The Best Birthday Present
Lois's father comes to Metropolis for Lois's birthday. Will he stay around for long?
The Best Christmas Gift
What do you get for the man who has everything he wants?
A poem about Lois & Clark's friendship.
A continuation of the episode "And the Answer Is..." in which Lois and Clark grapple with relationship and revelation issues -- while investigating possible government connections to Intergang.
Richards, Wendy and Kaethel
When wondering why Lois and Clark can't see that they're made for each other, Jack and Jimmy come up with a cunning plan...
A New Years Resolution list reveals more about the state of Lois Lane's heart and a mild-mannered reporter's secret than expected.
Best Laid Plans
Lex has escaped from prison and is determined to get what is his: Lois. This is the third in the author's trilogy that began with "A Night at the Office," and continued with "Strange Relationships."
The Best Laid Plans of Mice and Supermen
A Ficathon 2009 entry - A birthday surprise for Lois gone wrong.
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.
The Best Policy
What if ... the episode "The Ides of Metropolis" had taken a different turn? A short and sweet alternative take.
The Best Present
Lex Luthor has kidnapped Lois Lane again, this time determined to marry her once and for all. An episode intended to replace the fourth-season Christmas episode.
The Best Reporter in the World
What is Lois to do with a seemingly delusional Superman?
Best Served Cold
Lois punishes Clark for his deception of a secret identity, but who is really suffering? A sequel the fanfic to "Keeping up with Lois."
The Best Things in Oedipus Wrecks
The author's favorite parts of the episode "Oedipus Wrecks," sung to the tune of "These Are a Few of My Favorite Things."
The Best Valentine's Day Gift
Lois has a surprise gift for Clark on Valentine's Day.
The Best Year Ever
Clark reflects on all the reasons why the past year has been the best ever. Then he considers the new year. Will it be even better?
During a boring weekend, Lois and Clark make a bet with embarrassing stakes for the loser.
It's the ultimate betrayal -- but Superman would never have expected it to come from this source!
After the way things have gone in the past, is it any wonder Lois is wary of other reporters?
Betrayal of Justice
This is an alternate (and WHAM worthy) ending to season four's "Dead Lois Walking." I was bad and didn't put my toys back where I found them when I finished.
In this sequel to the author's "Summer Dreaming," Clark hears some devastating news. Has Lois's summer idyll turned into a nightmare? (Part 2 of the Eternity trilogy)
Better Holiday Memory
A Ficathon response for CarolM. After Lois & Clark defeat Trask, Perry gives them time off for an early Thanksgiving.
Better to Have Loved and... Lost?]
Wendy Richards and Tank Wilson
"PLANET REPORTER KILLED IN TERRORIST ATTACK" Lois wakes up to find her husband dead, and there to comfort her is... Superman? Is this a nightmare, or is something sinister going on? A multiauthored story by Wendy Richards and Tank Wilson.
Between Floors 7 and 8
Do you believe in love at first sight? Lois and Clark meet for the first time in an elevator, stranded between floors. This charming story explores their budding mutual feelings during their confinement together.
A Between Scene: From Tempus Fugitive
A "missing" scene from the episode Tempus Fugitive, which shows what might have happened between Lois and Clark before H.G. Wells wiped their memories and returned them to the present.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Lois and Clark talk about childhood pets, including Clark's troublesome pet rock. A "Guess the Author" challenge story.
Between Best Friends
Just how close can two best friends be before they cross the line into more than just friends? Lois and Clark explore this intriguing question during a story set in S2.
Between the Pages
Lois and Clark team up to prevent a potential scandal from Lois's past from reaching her fiance's attention.
Between Time and Space
After 42 years, Lois and Clark are finally reunited.
Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt
In this wonderful sequel to "Firestorm" and "Starfire and Sunstorm," Marty Kent finds herself falling in love. But is it a love too good to be true?
Bidding for Attention
It's finally Lois's chance to get to know Superman better -- but who knew about the cave and the... LEOPARDSKIN???
Big Boys Do Fly
Television stars Laura Lindsay and Conor Kane believed they were merely actors playing a role in a television show. The actors are awe-struck, however, when they discover that they have more in common with their characters than they could have ever imagined. Find out the duo's secret in this alternate take of our favorite timeless love story.
Big Boys Do Fly II - Close Encounter
Alt-dimension TV stars Conor Kane and Laura Lindsay begin to learn how to deal with Conor's newly found secret. Fortunately, they have some "super" help. (Part 2 of 3)
Big Boys Do Fly III: Torn Between Two Worlds
When Tempus switches alt-dimension TV star Conor Kane with Clark, can the four separated soulmates find each other again before it's too late?? (Part 3 of 3)
The Big Chill
A short, humorous story in which Lois and Clark find romance in front of their new refrigerator. :-)
The Big Debut: A Birthday Fic
Mary Potts a.k.a. Queen of the Capes
A couple of birthdays are of great interest to Metropolis and its media in this comedy vignette.
Big Girls Do
From the Kent Collection of "The Martha Papers." What does a granddaughter of Clark Kent do about her daughter? Well, she's a granddaughter of Lois Lane, too. Fly and cry? Big Girls Do!
Big Girls Do Fly
A short vignette that picks up at the end of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly." Will Clark return from New Krypton, and when?
The Big Secret
Lynn S. M.
This vignette takes place in the middle of the second season.
The Biggest Change of My Life
This short viginette describes how one simple statement from her father could affect Lara Kent's life in ways she never imagined.
The Biggest Surprise of All
An alternate ending to the episode "AKA Superman" -- what would have happened if Lois and Clark had returned home before the surprise party arrived.
Billy the Bull
This fanfic is an in-between story set during the episode "Green, Green Glow of Home."
The Nigerian princess from Clark's past comes to Metropolis with a most unexpected companion in tow.
The Birthday Card
Richard Frantz Jr.
Even Clark Kent has trouble getting a birthday card delivered on time, but his obstacles are a little more super than most people's.
The Birthday Present
It's Season 2 and Clark's birthday is coming up. But what are the two women in his life going to present him with?
The Birthday Surprise
Lynn S. M.
Lois thought she was going to give Clark a surprise; little did she know that the tables would soon be turned.
On a boring Tuesday evening Kristen has to spend her birthday working by herself at the music store. Then the most popular boy on campus comes into the store and things take a very unusual turn.
A Birthday Surprise (Part 3 of 4)
In this third story in the author's "Surprise" series, Lois and Clark's grandson, Chris, receives part of his family's legacy on his 16th birthday.
"I bet you'd look real cute in black chiffon." Clearly, like his fiancée, Clark isn't one to back down from a challenge.
The Black Circle
Lois must enlist the help of more strangers, not to mention Metropolis's newest superhero, when Superman becomes the victim of an evil spell. Will these dark forces prove more than our favorite couple can handle, or will their new allies be able to help them save the day?
Black, White and Shades of Grey
It takes all kinds to make a world.
Well-meaning relatives try to blackmail Lois and Clark into revealing their feelings for each other.
Blame It on the Mistletoe
It's the middle of December, Christmas is around the corner, and mistletoe is everywhere. Find out what happens when two new friends discover they're standing under some of that mistletoe.
After an upsetting encounter between Lois and Superman, Clark clears things up with Lois about her and the big guy's relationship. Then they clear some things up about their own relationship ...
Blast From the Past
IRC Round Robin
Metropolis must contend with a mini invasion of sorts when Lord Trey returns with some of his young students to visit the legendary *Lord Kal-El* and his *concubine*. ;) Later, Lois and Clark learn that sometimes you need to beware of Kryptonians bearing gifts. ;)
Bless You, Dr. Klein
Dr. Klein falls victim to Murphy's Law as he tries to repair the red Kryptonite laser.
Blessings from Tipperary
What happens when Lois loses a bet to Clark and he gets to take her to Ireland for the weekend while they're just best friends and partners at work?
Blind...as a Bat
What will happen when Lucy tells Lois what she's discovered about Clark? Find out, in this sequel to "A Sister Would Know."
A man walks into a bar to meet a blind date. What he finds is a woman who keeps him on his toes. A new beginning to the familiar tale.
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."
Blind Man's Bluff
Picking up in the aftermath of the author's "Doppleganger," it's just another day in the life of Lois and Clark when Lois is kidnapped and Clark is incapacitated by a deadly Kryptonite spray ... but will this day prove to be their last?
While finding out why Mayson Drake feels so antagonistic towards Superman, Lois and Clark investigate a fire and run into a number of Blind Spots.
Blind (Super)Man's Bluff
What might have happened if Superman's eyesight hadn't been restored in the episode "The Eyes Have It" -- leaving Lois and Clark to grapple with a new set of realities?
Lois and son wait for Daddy to come home. Surprise!
IRC Round Robin
Another story in the IRC Round Robin Group's "Unintentional Season." Angelique, Dr. Klein's new colleague at Star Labs, is beautiful, brainy, and apparently interested in him, much to the consternation of Dr. Ruth Friskin. But is her interest in Bernie real or just a front to uncover information about Superman?
Blood Is Thicker Than Fire
A visiting writer turns out to be someone Jimmy knew long ago, and Jimmy finds he will have to face some painful memories.
Azriel Roman Brock
Clark discovers that his birth father Jor-El is alive. What effect will this have on his and Lois's life?
A psychopathic killer who can materialize guns from thin air terrorizes Metropolis -- and frustrates Superman.
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Another take on the infamous declarations of love from the episode “Barbarians at the Planet.” What if Lois had been more upset by Clark’s avowal of love than she was?
Into every TV show, a few bloopers must fall....
Superman gets a shocking surprise. Written in response to Tank's haircut challenge.
Superman suffers when villains cook up a new flavor of kryptonite.
Written for the 2012 Summer Ficathon Challenge #2 -- "Blue Sky." Simple, short, WAFFy, Lois and Clark fluffiness and teasing at the Kent farm.
This is a songfic to a familiar oldie.
The Blueberry People
Clark tells a story to pass the time while making breakfast.
After Clark's gushing remarks embarrass Lois at work, he gets a taste of his own medicine.
When Lois Lane visits Bludhaven to report on city corruption, her "bodyguard" is a young police officer named Dick Grayson.
In this 30-minute challenge story, we see what might have happened during Lois and Clark's walk home at the end of the episode "Witness."
Bolt, From Dubuque
In this alt-world take on the episode "Bolt From the Blue," plain old Kevin Jones is involved in an incident which helps to inspire the creation of our favourite superhero.
A woman walks away from a plane crash with no other survivors and claims to be from Krypton. Clark decides to train her to use her powers for good, but Lois believes the woman is a threat to both their marriage and to Lois' very survival. A story set immediately following Season 4.
Mindy Church comes up with a foolproof way of getting Kryptonite next to Superman.
Borrowed Time -- The Matchmaker Chronicles Volume 2
This story starts approximately two years after the events in 'The Family Hour.' Lois and Clark are still under the impression that they will be unable to have children. We move forward to the time when Lois and Clark have been married for approximately thirty years. They are visited by H.G. Wells, who is trying to iron out some discrepancies in the historical record of the Kent family of the L&C canon Universe. We continue to move through their lives to the point of Lois' death from old age. We explore the possibility of Clark being reunited with his soul mate again.
It's the holiday season in Metropolis, and Clark's got an unmarked present on his desk. Just how crazy can a little red box make Lois?
A Box of Swiss Chocolates
Forrest Gump said, "Life is a box of chocolates; you never know what you're going to get." Kiley Kent finds out this is certainly true when she starts dating Swiss chocolate shop owner -- Larry Luthor!
The Boy in Black
Clark starts doing "super-rescues" as a teenager. What does that mean for Lois and Clark?
A Boy in Kimono
Superman's estranged grandson reflects on his life.
Bozo the Clown's Long Lost Daughter Vs. Nearly Headless Tank - The Ultimate Fight
Kaethel and Tank Wilson
What happens when a very evil writer cuts and dyes the hair of another very evil writer? Find out in this bit of total insanity.
While Clark is dealing with a volcano, an old enemy tries to kill Lois.
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Tiny TOGOM variant.
Brake Light Confessional
Do you have any idea how much I loved "The Phoenix"? In particular the scene in the marina condo where just the looks they give each other are enough to scorch paint off the walls. This is an alternate take on the end of that episode that has lived in my mind lo these many years. It picks up the next morning when they go to confront Sheldon Bender on his boat...
A Brand New Start Part One: Shattered Dreams
An alternate beginnings story. With tragedy in his past, Clark contemplates leaving Smallville to make a new start in Metropolis.
The Brassiere Incident
An in-between scene from "I Now Pronounce You" explaining why Lucy didn't make it to the wedding.
Breaching the Ivory Tower
Lois sorts through her emotions during Season 2's "Church of Metropolis."
What will it take for Lois and Clark to work out their differences and end up together?
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.
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
When Lois and Clark break up, she decides to prove to Clark she can take care of herself...even if it puts her in more danger than usual.
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
What happens when Lois' life takes a different turn long before she ever meets Clark?
Bride of the Butcher
Grab some popcorn and take a seat; Superman's daughter claims another victim with her strange taste in movies. A sequel to "Now That's What I Call Art."
Wendy Richards and Yvonne Connell
The Nightfall Asteroid leads Lois Lane to a find a very disoriented and an extremely naked Clark in the middle of a crater. Or is it Superman she's found?
A Brief History of the Bureaus
A short history of Bureaus 1 - 39. Inspired by Lynn S. M.'s Trask and Tempus Challenge.
A Brief History of Flight
What happens when Lois confronts Clark with a secret discovered? A revelation story inspired by a first lines challenge, set mid-season two.
Brief Story: A Lois & Clark/New 52 Crossover of Sorts
Lynn S. M.
A discussion with Dr. Klein gives Clark hope that he and Lois might be able to have children after all, provided that he make a simple change.
In this charming sequel to the author's "Firestorm," we get a glimpse of Lee's early years, and begin to understand her distrust of Grandfather Clark.
The Broken Life
In an alternate world, Superman is not a super hero but a super foe. Rather than Martha and Jonathan Kent finding this alternate world's Clark, it was the notorious Alfred Delamonio, a robber, murderer, and drug dealer. What could be the fate of this dimension's version of Clark?
A Broken Promise
Cain, GG (ThuperKent@aol.com)
A short story that tests Lois and Clark's "patience" on their wedding day.
A what-if story in which Kal-El's rocket is discovered by a family driving through Kansas on their way to Metropolis. The Luthors decide to keep the child to raise him along with their own son.
Sibling rivalry between Lois and Clark's sons produces tension in the family.
The clone gave Clark something that no one else could.
The Buddy System
Lois: "You could have pretended that we were sharing some fleeting moment of passion, but you didn't think of that, did you? No!" Clark: "No. But I'll remember it the next time we're in a closet."
One lazy weekend, Clark discovers Lois has little tolerance for insects.
Bugs and Bunny
Nothing to do with the WB's Looney Tunes!! Just our favorite couple on a camping trip. Can Lois endure spending the night in the wilderness without a bed? Vignette set in Season 4.
Lois Lane decides to take her prudent partner on a new, exciting adventure, but Clark Kent has a surprise in store for her.
Burden of Conscience
In a single moment, a hero is destroyed, a friendship is torn apart, and a partnership is broken. Clark has to struggle with the burdens that defeated a Superman and Lois learns that there's no way to save someone unless they want to be saved.
Joan (aka) dmj
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.
When Clark (as Superman) teams up with other superheroes to form the Justice League, he finds that being part of a superhero organization is much different from what he expected.
In the third story of the series beginning with "Four Days to Nightfall," Lois and Clark pursue the shadowy figure behind several criminal schemes as their relationship continues to deepen. Meanwhile, Clark's alter ego makes a splash in his debut, but secrets from the past could bring trouble for the reporting duo.
A summer 2012 ficathon story. (The title was the prompt.) Things are not going well for Lois after her disastrous almost-wedding to Lex, but don't worry; it's a ficathon story, and that means warm fuzzies.
Burning Down the House
While visiting Smallville for the holidays, things don't go as planned for Lois.
Burning the Midnight Coffee
What would have happened if Wayne Irig had talked to the Kents before sending out his meteor sample for testing? Find out in this tongue-in-cheek response to Hazel's Plot Un-twist Challenge.
Doc. Klein's LabRat
Temperatures rise and impulse takes over when Lois and Clark find themselves locked in a garage while on assignment at an Indy meet. But Clark's bliss at the change in their relationship and his hopes for the future are dashed by misunderstanding, conflict and the ghosts of Lois' emotional past. A story set in season one.
Young Jerry Kent is caught with contraband material. What will his mother, the formidable Lois Lane, have to say in this amusing vignette?
But at Least a Long While
After a spat, Lois runs home to mother.
But for the Grace of God
What would Clark's life have been like if it weren't for the Kents? #7 in the "At First Sight" series.
But He Always Comes Back
His constant running off and disappearances are a danger to their relationship; can't he just stick around?
But I'm Stronger
Browsing through photo albums of each other, Lois and Clark reminisce about childhood experiences.
The Butterfly Effect
Lynn S. M.
How did the rock that Clark kicked in the pilot episode save the world?
The Butterfly Legacy
His job gone with the destruction of the Daily Planet and Lois about to marry Lex Luthor, Clark Kent finds himself at a crossroads. The future, once so bright, now seems to hold nothing but pain. When an earthquake brings him to a remote village deep in the Andes jungle, can he find a new life ... as Superman?
By Any Other Name
Mendoza, Maria TB
For Lois, there is no other name for her superhero.
When Lois and Clark are stranded at a deserted cabin in the middle of a snowstorm, a simple game of truth or dare leads to a much more serious conversation.
By the Light of the Silvery Moon
Elaine M. Gustainis
What seems like a simple camping trip leads to a discovery for Clark and causes Lois to jump to the wrong conclusion. An engaging multiple crossover. (Part 1 of 3)