Fanfic by Title – W
Alphabetical by story title (note that the articles a, an and the are disregarded when they appear at the front of the title).
"The key to the destruction of Superman did not lie in killing him -- rather, it lay in killing what he treasured above all else." One of Lois and Clark's most ruthless enemies comes to a realization.
Waiting for Her
Clark always said he'd give her forever.
Waiting for Superman
An attempt to write a poignant story about Superman, a rescue, and what happened to Clark as a result.
Waiting in Line
Clark visits Metropolis for a "Christmas away" with his parents and ends up waiting in line with an annoying girl to see Santa.
Wake Up, Lunkhead
Lois isn't about to let her partner get away with falling asleep on her in this rewrite of a certain moment in the episode "That Old Gang Of Mine." ;)
Waking a Giant
Young CJ Kent seeks to find a solution to his father's early -- and unwelcome -- retirement. Could the next generation of superheroes be preparing to step up?
Waking a Miracle
Clark Kent, in an attempt to escape his past and start over, moves to Metropolis, but his efforts are in vain. In this rewrite of The Pilot, ghosts of the past are never far behind, and neither is a sparking collision with Lois Lane...
Walk in My Shoes
Clark and Lois thought they already knew each other intimately, but walking in each other's shoes is a different -- and uncomfortable -- matter entirely! (Part 2 of 3.) Episode 9 of S6.
A Walk in the Dark
When a super-hero has a bad day ... he *really* has a bad day.
A Walk in the Park
Andrea Lynn Dunham
Lois and Clark take a leisurely stroll through the park -- and not even his being called away can ruin their blissful mood.
Wanda and Kent
Emily M. Hanson
This badfic parody is the sequel to "Kent Stu."
Emily M. Hanson
What if Lois Lane had written a Mary Sue?
Set in the "Master of Disguise" universe, this little bit of PWP features the end of Lois and Clark's first date and the goodnight kiss.
Metropolis Towers have been attacked by terrorists. Jimmy leaves Sara to fight the war on terrorism and is totally unaware that Sara is pregnant with his child. Jack has come back for a fresh start with his father and son relationship with Jimmy. Will Jimmy return in time to see his child be born, and will he accept Jack as his father again?
War of the Heroes
Just when Clark Kent thought the road to Lois' heart was clear, a new man swings onto the scene. Peter Parker, more famously known as Spider-man, has taken a job at the Daily Planet and set his sights on Lois Lane. And that leaves one seriously ticked off Superman.
The Washington Beat
Marcus L. Rowland
Lois is assigned to the Planet's Washington bureau just as a strangely familiar face escapes from prison. Crossover with "The West Wing."
Set during "House of Luthor", an in-betweeny that explores what happened between Lex's suicide leap and the meeting in front of the Daily Planet. A holiday ficathon story written for Sue S.
The author's wish for the resolution to Lois' amnesia (after the episode "Seconds").
Lois and Clark go camping and discuss his marriage proposal. A post-revelation story.
The Way Home
Clark's presence on New Krypton doesn't have quite the unifying impact that Zara and Ching had expected. Clark decides his only option is to challenge Lord Nor to one-on-one combat. A story that extrapolates from events in the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
The Way It Should Have Been
The author gives us a whole new take on the episode "And the Answer Is ..." with this well-written story.
The Way It Should Have Been
Regret can be a humbling emotion. After so many years apart, will Lois and Clark realize just what they've missed and set things to the way it should have been?
The Way to Superman's Heart
Lois sneaks away for a few hours every day, without explanation, and it's driving her fiance crazy.
The Way That We Belong
In this adaptation of the episode "The House Of Luthor," Lois realises that she never meant to marry Luthor. She turns to the one person she always thinks of, whenever she needs a friend.
The Way You Look Tonight
Lois makes a birthday wish and realizes, when it comes true, that some dreams are closer to home than she realizes...
We Always Rewind the Best Part
She's doing it again. This time, Clark Kent can't stand it any longer. There's only so much a man can take, even a super man.
We Seek the Comfort of Another
A continuation of the episode "Big Girls Don't Fly."
We Wish You a Wary Christmas
IRC Round Robin
It's a little over three months since the birth of the twins and Lois and Clark are in full holiday mode preparing for the babies' first Christmas. However, the preparations have to be moved to the back burner when Lois' journal is apparently stolen and they have to recover it before Clark's super secret is revealed to the world.
We're Having a Baby, My Baby and Me
An IRC Round Robin
A WAFFy tale that recounts Lois's attempts to break the news of her pregnancy to Clark.
The Weak Point - Il Punto Debole
After rescuing a badly injured Lois from her captors, Clark takes her to Smallville to recover, where the two of them realize something new about their relationship as Lois struggles to erase the memories of her torture.
The Weakest Link
Our favorite characters compete on a popular game show. Who has less intelligence than a piece of Kryptonite?
What if Lois and Clark were real-life superstars, trying to live a private life?
Web of Steel
Clark Kent makes a new friend and in the process makes an important decision as Spider-Man travels to Metropolis with news that his and Superman's nemeses are collaborating.
All they want is a little quality time, but family and circumstances conspire to keep Lois and Clark apart the night before their perfect country wedding.
Winding up the Wedding Series, Lois and Clark return to Metropolis to deal with the last details of Lois's inheritance.
In this sequel to the author's "Wedding Day," Lois and Clark deal with the aftermath of Lois's failed wedding attempt to Lex.
After marrying Lex Luthor and being widowed shortly thereafter, Lois goes into hiding from the media. But what she finds may be worth all the trouble.
When Lois is invited to the wedding of a college acquaintance, she is expecting an ordeal of romantic mawkishness. Instead, she meets the man who changes everything she believes about love.
The Wedding Crashers
It was supposed to be the happiest day in her life. Little did Lois suspect the upheaval it would bring into her life instead. Find out more in this crossover of two climactic episodes of Lois and Clark...
Lois Lane has married Lex Luthor, and starts to realize what this will mean to her future life, and her happiness.
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. :-)
A Wedding in Paris -- Part Three of the Visitor Trilogy
This is the final installment of the "Visitor Trilogy." Time to tie up all the loose ends, see a few old friends and then attend a lovely wedding in Paris! It's been a year since Jor-El sent Lex Luthor to New Krypton and had him imprisoned. Much has happened since then; UltraWoman has returned and Dr. Bernard Klein has a new project at S.T.A.R. Labs; one which will have far-reaching effects on our favorite duo. Meanwhile Dru-Zod, the man who is Lex's jailer, has sinister plans of his own.
A week before their wedding, Clark begins to suffer feelings of inadequacy.
The Wedding Night
Lois and Clark have a post-consummation discussion.
The Wedding Pact
Clark and Lois vow to marry each other at 35 if they haven't found anyone else. It's Lois' 34th birthday and she keeps setting Clark up on dates with other women. Is she dreading marrying him so much?
This is the last story of the Wedding series, following "Wedding Consequences." Lois and Clark come to Smallville to avoid the media and the new head of Luthor's criminal empire, who wants Lois dead. But Lois and Clark never do things the easy way, and they can never mind their own business when someone else needs help.
A Week in Paris
Seven months after the events in the episode "The Phoenix," Clark is living a nomadic existence in Europe as a foreign correspondent. But when the world's art treasures start disappearing, Clark must deal with the circumstances that drove him from Metropolis.
A Weekend in Smallville
An engaged Lois and Clark go to visit his parents, and Clark ends up in hot water.
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.
What if Lois and Clark suddenly find themselves faced with Lois's double?
The Welcome Wagon
Joe Drayton is trying to turn over a new leaf, but he isn't off to a very good start. And during his first two days in town, he'll come across a few of the more recognizable faces in Metropolis. A story set in Season 1.
Well I'll Be A Kryptonian's Uncle
Superman is surprised when someone comes up to him (literally!), claiming to be his uncle, but he's even more surprised when he sees who it is. Find out for yourself in this strange and humorous story.
Well, That's the Breaks!
Sometimes love just isn't enough... WHAM warning with a twist.
Lynn S. M.
What will happen when Tempus, upon observing Ultra Woman take flight, decides to transfer Superman's powers to himself?
A Wellsian Tale
At a time of loss and grief, Lois and Clark are presented with a stark choice. But will they take it?
The Werewolves of Metropolis
An IRC Round Robin
A hair-raising tale <eg> of a Star Labs experiment gone wrong.
After he saves someone from drowning, Superman lets Lois talk him into drying his suit at her apartment.
The Wet White Shirt
An endearing and waffy revelation story.
What a Difference a Day Makes
It's Christmas in Metropolis, and Alt-Clark is feeling lonely... Could this be the happy, sappy ending for Alt-Clark and his Lois that so many of us would like to see? You betcha!
What a Fish Knows
What can a goldfish know about its owners? In the case of the Kents' goldfish, quite a lot, and he'd like to share it with us.
What a Fish Sees
In this sequel to the Botsakou, Anna's "What A Fish Knows," Kay the goldfish observes the planning and executing of a birthday party by Lois and Clark's oldest daughter, Nicole, for her younger brother, Andrew.
What a Gentleman Desires
Looking at things from a different angle makes Lois think that Clark isn't the man with whom she fell in love. A romantic comedy with plot supplied by KatherineKent.
What a Gentleman Desires: The Continuation
Lois and Clark bond as they fix a colorful mistake.
What a Husband Should Be
What if there were still two weeks to go before her wedding to Lex Luthor and Lois and Clark were sent to cover a story in Japan? Might they learn to communicate better before it's too late? A fine variation on the "facts" of Season 1.
What Child Is This?
Emily M. Hanson
A response to the Christmas Filk Challenge on the Fanfic Messageboards.
What Clark Really Meant to Say
Clark and Lois have some serious talking to do in this reworking of the freezing scene in hte episode "And the Answer Is."
What Do You Mean, "New Krypton"??
Clark asks the right questions in this response to Hazel's Plot Un-twist Challenge.
What Do You See?
When Clark strands her yet again, Lois seeks comfort in the arms of another. So why is she still thinking about Clark?
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."
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.
What Friends Are For
A late-night heart-to-heart brings Lois to a greater understanding of Clark, in this early Season 1 vignette.
What Happened After the Joke
Scenes that might have occurred after the ending of the episode "Return of the Prankster."
What Happens in Metropolis...
Only days after Superman's first appearance, Frasier Crane of KACL radio is attending a conference in Metropolis.
What He Gave Up
A possible future based on the aging issue in "Brutal Youth."
What If ...
Jimmy and CK's foster child, Jackie, try to get pictures for a story. A first-season story.
An alternate ending to the episode "Barbarians at the Planet," picking up at the point where Clark confesses his love for Lois in hopes of dissuading her from marrying Lex Luthor.
What If His Phone Never Rang?
If Clark's phone hadn't rung when Mayson was telling him about her feelings, would things be different? A What-if challenge response.
What If I Never Left Krypton?
What if Krypton had never blown up? And Kal-El never went to Earth? Would he ever meet his soulmate?
What If the Prince ...
Clark is leaving for a two-week vacation in Smallville, and it bothers Lois more than she would have imagined. She's definitely stopped thinking about him as a brother. When Clark returns from Smallville, he has two surprises for her.
What Is Eternal?
Some of Clark's thoughts while he was locked in Lex Luthor's Kryptonite cage. Set during the episode "The House of Luthor."
What Is Lost in the Mists of Time
On a dying planet a lone man tries to remember.
What Is That and Why Do You Have It?
This is just a little self-imposed challenge/writing exercise that I decided to do one night. The idea was basically to start with a single opening line and see what I could spin out of it. The result is these three little snippets.
What It Means to Love You
Lois and Clark's relationship is progressing well, until three things happen: Clark proposes, Lois is injured, and she finds out a secret. They have to learn to understand each other and rebuild their relationship after these shattering events.
What Lois Really Meant to Say
This story begins with some of the final lines of House of Luthor, and then rewrites the ones that follow based on the question: What if Clark had let Lois go first?
What Makes a Man?
One horrifying experience causes Clark to rethink everything he's come to know about himself. Will he be able to overcome the obstacles facing him and find his way back to the only woman he's ever loved?
What Matters Most
When big boys are STILL boys, Lois questions her choices in life.
What Not to Wear to a Pop-Tart Bonfire
Lois discovers that some pastries are best left unattended.
What Perry Knows
Perry knows a secret, but what will he do about it?
What REALLY Happened?
In this little vignette, Perry and Jimmy go fishing and talk about the past.
What Tangled Webs We Weave
Clark creates yet another fine mess with Lois when he learns how practicing to deceive affects his life as man and Superman.
Sometimes, having a birthday means you get what you wish for...
What the Hey, You Can't Have Everything
Taking place during the episode "Sex, Lies, and Videotape," Samantha, Mindy Church, and Randy Goode have one goal in common and it equals bad news for Superman.
What the Honeymoon Should've Been Like
A different ending to the episode "Soul Mates"; how the author felt Lois and Clark's honeymoon should have happened.
What The Lex Is Going On?
A Season 1 Lois and Clark vignette with a difference, written in response to a challenge on the old Lois and Clark Fanfic email list.
What We Did Over Our (Summer) Vacation
Perry orders Lois and Clark to write a "what I did over my summer vacation" piece, much to their disgust.
What You're Asking of Me
When friends start to drift apart, someone's got to step up and say the scary words.
What's Another Year?
Wendy Richards and Tank Wilson
Yet another Tank and Wendy Challenge, this time with a surprise guest author. Clark applies for a job at the Daily Planet a year later than he should have... wonder what changes might have occurred in that time?
What's Bugging You?
Mary Potts, aka Queen of the Capes 7Kb
Lois wants Clark to come home and get rid of a big bug in their house. Not for the very squeamish.
What's in a Name?
Lois and Clark can't reach a consensus on what to name their children, but they have four months to think of something.
What's in a Name?
Kal-El, foundling prince of Nivekia, discovers that royal life is not all that great as he has to adjust to the prospect of an arranged marriage.
What's In There, Anyway?
Will curiosity get the best of Clark? Find out in this delightful little vignette.
Wheels of Justice
Mayson Drake calls a press conference trying to condemn Superman as a vigilante, but she's unprepared for the response she receives from Metropolis. Before the conference, Lois and Clark spend a few hours reveling in their new relationship. A continuation of the fanfic "You Made Me Love You" that paints a clearer picture of Mayson Drake and her motivations.
When a Door Closes
When Lois closes the door in Clark's face, a familiar story helps her find her dream.
When a Great Man Loves a Super Woman
Lois Lane uses her anger over a childhood spent in emotional neglect to fuel her desire to use her special abilities and talents to help other people. A story that takes the Super*man* legend and turns it around a bit.
When an Irresistible Force...
Lynn S. M.
The vampire Janette plans to dine on a certain Daily Planet reporter. A Lois and Clark/Forever Knight crossover.
When Butterflies Gather
A visitor from the future travels back in time to an important date in history.
When Changes Gather
Lois and Clark have to deal with an assassination attempt, and make a discovery that Dr. Klein isn't always right. Their favorite time traveler, H. G. Wells, also show up for a chat. Part 2 of the "When ..." Series.
When Churches Come Crashing Down
157,879 words (883Kb)
In the conclusion to the author's "Winner Takes All" Lois and Clark are left to deal with the aftermath of the Daily Planet explosion and everything they lost that day. As they deal with their grief, a new head of Intergang begins to make a play for power just as a new face appears in Metropolis.
When Clouds Gather
On a mission to save the entire solar system from a destructive space cloud, our heroes are also targeted by a terrorist group controlled by an alien determined to kill them, no matter what the cost.
When Death Comes Knocking, Punch Him in the Mouth
Lois is wrongly diagnosed with terminal cancer and decides to go out with a bang -- literally. Clark scrambles to find her before she does something which can't be fixed. Set at the end of Season 1.
When Everything Changed
A little episode of Lois & Clark where the couple has to investigate a murder. But this time things won't be the same... things will change.
When Friends Become Lovers
Kathy Brown and Demi
Lois and Clark's relationship changes forever after an emotional night spent together. Following directly from the second season episode, "That Old Gang of Mine," this story follows the couple through breathtaking highs and devastating lows as they deal with the highly-charged issues only their romance could produce.
When Friends Gather
Clark enjoyed his life as editor of the Daily Planet, husband to Lois Lane, and father of two of the greatest daughters on the globe. But two strange visitors threaten to upset that life, and make him question everything he believed about himself.
When Galaxies Divide
In a time when two people are destined to be together, how can they when galaxies divide them?
When I was Twelve...
Immediately after Clark's departure for New Krypton, Lois, left alone with her memories and her fears, reflects upon the difficult times in her life and what Clark's love means to her.
When It Rains
Clark's thoughts during Season 4's "Dead Lois Walking."
When Larry Met Charlie
While undercover, Lois meets car thief, Charlie King. But is he more than what meets the eye??
When Lightning Strikes Twice
Clark finally feels ready to ask Lois for a date. But before he can, an old adversary returns and, in a stunning display of audacity, turns himself into Superman's greatest threat yet: SuperLex!
When Lovers Become More
In this sequel to "When Friends Become Lovers" and rewrite of the second season episode, "The Phoenix," Lois and Clark work through their insecurities as they struggle with the question of where their relationship is headed. Finding the answer together becomes difficult, however, when Lex Luthor returns from the dead with plans to kill Superman and take back Lois Lane.
When Magnolias Bloom
To borrow a phrase from a certain "broken down old minister" who helped Lois and Clark when they finally arrived at the perfect time and the perfect place, this wonderfully moving tale shows how love survives. Survives any joy, any sorrow, all the rights, all the wrongs, even life and death.
When Muses Go Bad
Every writer gets ideas from some place. But some of those places are stranger than others.
When Pigs Fly
Jana L. Officer
Lois finds out that there are odder things than pigs that fly!
When Separate Worlds Collide, Book 1: Beginning To Heal
Alt-Clark has finally found his Lois. But when Lois becomes deathly ill, will Clark give up everything to save her?
When Separate World Collide, Book 2: No Place That Far
Once again Lex Luthor tries to drive Lois and Clark apart. Meanwhile babies are missing and Lucy and Jack meet for the first time!
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.
When the Sky Falls
In the episode "All Shook Up" what might have happened if EPRAD and the military had used some technology to improve the chance for a successful Nightfall mission? In the aftermath of a failed Nightfall mission, amnesia and disaster might lead to opportunities for Lois and Clark.
When the Snitch Didn't Snitch
Lois learns that even Bobby Bigmouth can keep a secret.
When the West Wind Moves
A year after the episode "Tempus Anyone?" and four years after Lois Lane's disappearance, alt-Clark continues to work as a Daily Planet reporter and moonlight as the man in tights. The discovery of a photograph while attending to an accident, though, could be the answer to all of his dreams. A sequel of sorts to the author's first story, "Fast Enough."
When the World Finds Out
The biggest secret in the world: that Superman is Clark Kent. But would Lois and Clark keep that secret at any cost? Even at the price of Lois's life?
When the Wrong One Loves You Right
Lois is about to marry Lex, but serious doubts are setting in. Could it be because she suddenly realizes she loves a certain partner and best friend? Find out what she decides to do about it in this "House of Luthor" rewrite.
Where There's a Will...
A sudden loss devastates Lois... but is everything quite as it seems? And will there be a silver lining in this seemingly dark cloud?
When Yesterday Becomes Tomorrow
Richards, Wendy and Kaethel
What happened when Lois opened her window? Story 6 in the Yesterday Series.
When You Can't See The Wood...
Doc. Klein's LabRat
Little sisters can be a monumental pain. Even so, Lois Lane isn't about to let some two-bit local hood kidnap hers! And a certain two-bit hood might just come to regret making the mistake of picking up the wrong sister...especially when Superman gets a hold of him.
When You Can't Tell Night From Day
Clark and Lois deal with the consequences of rejecting each other.
When You Hold Me Like This
Lois encounters an irate Dan Scardino.
When You Need My Love
A late-night visit from Lois gives Clark a chance for introspection on his favorite subject -- her.
When You Needed Me Most
It's too late to get Lois to the hospital, so Clark has to deliver the baby himself. It's not going well, but even worse trials are yet to come.
When You Say You Love Me
The events of "Fly Hard" cause Lois to do some serious thinking about Lex -- and about Clark.
When You Wish Upon A...
Oh look, a shooting star! Or was that just Superman that Lois wished upon?
When You're Sleeping
Clark takes Lois home ... without her knowing it.
Where Does Superman Go [When Rescues Go Wrong]?
Lois is mad after her partner runs off again, but when Superman shows up at her apartment, can she put her annoyance aside and see the truth? A 2007 Holiday Ficathon Story.
Where It All Began
In this WAFFy vignette, chance brings Lois and Clark together in a story for the history books.
Where, Oh Where, Do Supes' Clothes Go?
Lois finds a mystery in the bushes outside the Daily Planet building -- Clark Kent's clothes. Is her partner running naked through the streets of Metropolis? What's going on here? Lois speculates in this humorous alternate ending to the first-season episode "Fly Hard."
Wherefore Art Thou ...
What if Lois and Clark had met years ealier -- as teen-agers at a school journalism convention? And what would keep Lois from remembering?
Wherever You Are...
This is an in-between story from the time between the episodes "Big Girls Don't Fly" and "Battleground Earth" -- it was inspired by a Winnie the Pooh song.
Wherever You Will Go
When Clark leaves for New Krypton, he leaves Lois with a little something to remember him by. But when H.G. Wells interferes, things may become too difficult to handle, especially when it looks like Clark may not make it home.
While I Slept
Clark learns the truth about what happened when Lois spent the night. Extended scene from the episode "The Prankster." Clark's POV.
While You Sleep...
Lois experiences the weirdest dream. Extended scene from the episode "The Prankster." Lois's POV. Prequel to "While I Slept."
Whine No More
48,251 words (273Kb)
An episode rewrite in which we explore what would happen if Lois and Clark's date at the end of "Individual Responsibility" went a little *too well* and Clark thought he shared a secret but Lois was just as clueless the next morning? Episode Rewrite of Season Two's "Whine Whine Whine."
A continuation of the episode "Whine Whine Whine" -- a few more minutes between Lois and Clark, before the Kents arrive.
A minor character from "Whine, Whine, Whine" comes to a major realization.
Lois and Clark head to Scotland to solve the mystery of the poisoned whisky. While they're there, they manage to sample Scotland's finest malts, play golf at St. Andrews, indulge in chocolate Flake bars ... and perhaps even satisfy a certain kilt fantasy. :-)
Whisky Galore (the S5 version)
Lois and Clark travel to Scotland to investigate a murder, so guess who goes to Smallville to celebrate Thanksgiving in their place? The Lanes?! Episode 9 of S5.
Whisper From the Dying
Richards, Wendy and Kaethel
What would have happened if Clark had declared his love to Lois before dying in TOGOM (the episode "That Old Gang of Mine")?
Whisper of a Thrill
After almost losing Clark forever, Lois reevaluates her feelings for him and realizes that she loves him. While exploring their new relationship, they begin to share their feelings in a scary and wonderful way.
Whispers in the Key of Love (An L&C Fic in Three Acts)
A challenge lost leads to a date and words of love subtly whispered in the dark.
White Orchid Ball
Lois asks Clark to be her date at Luthor's costume ball. Does she have costumes in mind?
Who I Am
A poem that Clark wrote for Lois.
Who Is That Masked Bandit?
What does a woman do when she finds a stowaway in her trunk?
Mendoza, Maria TB
The latest (#4) in the author's "Knowledge" series, this story gives us Perry's viewpoint on the actions of his "children," Lois, Clark and Jimmy.
Who Says It's Never Too Late?
Wendy Richards and Tank Wilson
Lois's reaction to Clark's planned departure in the episode "Whine, Whine, Whine" has unexpected consequences. A second collaboration from these two writers.
Who, What, Why Am I
Who, what, and why am I: these are the great questions of mankind, whose answers are most of the time more academic than not. But this time, the answer to these questions is a matter of life or death for Clark Kent.
Who Wants to Love A Millionaire?
When Lois gets addicted to the popular new game show, Clark decides drastic measures are necessary.
A Whole New World
IRC Round Robin
No A plot at all <g>. Just Lois and Clark on a mini-vacation exploring the world and each other in celebration of the anniversary of Clark's arrival on Earth.
The Whole Truth
Linda King is back in Metropolis for the premiere of her movie. First in a series.
A bit of early morning restlessness gives Clark the chance to think about how lucky he's been to have Lois in his life. A WAFFY short for Valentine's Day 2010.
Why Lois Stays Out of the Kitchen
A humorous story that relates a "disastrous" evening for the Kents, explaining one more reason why Lois shouldn't try to cook.
Why Not Me?
This is a poem about Clark's frustration with Lois's love for Superman and not him, Clark, the real person.
Why One Should Never Miss Meetings
Clark comes home to tell Lois about a meeting she missed.
Why The Daily Planet's Circulation Is Down
Lynn S. M.
A conversation at a newsstand reveals why one customer is no longer buying copies of The Daily Planet as often as he used to.
The Wild-Goose Chase
Looking for Superman's spaceship and finding a Godzilla doll instead shouldn't make Lois happy. So why is she wearing a smile on her face when she returns to the Daily Planet? Read and find out in this alternate ending to Neverending Battle!
After their first real kiss, we rarely saw either Lois or Clark take the initiative to step over the line of friendship. But what if Clark had become tired of standing in the background while Scardino courted Lois? What if he'd decided to show her and not just tell her that he wanted them to be more than best friends?
The Wild Rose
In this Medieval Elseworld story, Lois rescues a stranger who has collapsed at her doorstep, an event that leads her to the discovery of love, lies, betrayals, and ultimately, her identity.
Lois, Clark and their teenage daughters experience the ups and downs of the Valleyfair Theme Park's "Wild Thing" roller coaster.
Will You Be There?
Lois comes to terms with nightmares and fears during a weekend trip to the Grand Canyon.
Will You Marry Me?
Jennifer L. Walsh
A continuation of the episode "And the Answer Is ..." in which Lois doesn't yet know the secret.
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?
When journalism student Lois Lane meets Clark Kent at a seminar in Chicago, she's surprised at how deeply they connect. Will Clark's mysterious disappearance prove to her that it's not worth trusting her heart to any man?
Through his office window, Perry has a firsthand view of the highs and lows of the newsroom drama known as "Lois and Clark."
Wine, Wine, Wine
After rescuing Clark -- for the second time in a week -- from Kryptonite carrying villains, Lois really needs a drink to unwind. And there's no one that she'd rather drink with than her best friend and partner.
Wine and Circumstance
Superman runs afoul of red Kryptonite and somehow ends up marrying Lois in Vegas! Lois doesn't know his identity, though Superman had used Clark Kent's name in the wedding. Will Lois learn the truth? And can their relationship be salvaged in the aftermath?
Winner Takes All
175,575 words (973Kb)
In this Elsewhere story, a different twist is taken in the Pilot. Clark isn't the only one with suspicions about the man of the year, Lex Luthor. Clark's newly formed friendship with Lois Lane goes through its ups and downs as they work together against the many criminals that cross their paths during the beginning of their partnership.
"There's over a foot of snow outside, Lois. It's gorgeous! Currier and Ives, right outside my window!" Will a few days snowed-in in Smallville nudge Lois and Clark's relationship from "maybe" to "yes"? A continuation of the 2nd season episode, "Season's Greedings."
A married Lois and Clark have an argument on the way to an early-morning interview.
Wish on a Star
A simple child's rhyme holds special significance for two lonely people in Metropolis.
With a Source
This Ficathon 2011 story is set two weeks after Clark arrived in Metropolis and assumes that the newbie from Kansas was not immediately paired with the star reporter, Lois Lane. In fact, they had very little to do with each other, until...
With Apologies to Female Hawk
Lynn S. M.
When the author's muse refuses to give her a birthday fic for Female Hawk (Corrina), she decides to take matters into her own hands.
With Friends like These ...
Sometimes it takes an extraordinary event to make a "celebrated man" ordinary. When the celebrated man is Lex Luthor and his shocking condition allows him to know who his real friends are, things take an interesting turn!
Without a Superman (Clark Kent's Quest)
It's 1998. Clark suddenly discovers that the Kent farm has burnt down, his parents are dead and his wife is engaged to Luthor. What has happened to his world? And will he be able to make things right?
Without a Superman (Lois Lane's Quest)
This story is a sequel to "Without A Superman (Clark Kent's Quest)." Alt-Lois takes a leave of absence from her job at the Daily Planet to search for... well, she isn't exactly certain. Will she find what she's looking for, and what dangers and surprises might await her along the way?
Without a Superman (Superman's Quest)
This is the third and final story in the "Without A Superman" trilogy. Alt-Lois has found what she was looking for -- or has she? Maybe she'll find another offer more appealing. Find out in "Without A Superman (Superman's Quest)."
Without Checking the Water Level
In this alternate beginning to Lois and Clark, our heroes jump in without checking the water level. Will the resulting ripples drown them both?
Witness -- Matchmaker Style
This is the fifth in the Matchmaker Style series. In the aftermath of "All Shook Up -- Matchmaker Style," Lois gets a call with an offer for an interview with a notorious womanizer. Clark had planned to go with her, but at the last second remembered a scheduled engagement, leaving her to fend for herself.
A revelation, what-if story. This is just a fun little glimpse into what might have happened in the episode "Witness" if Lois had found out Clark's secret. Obviously it would have changed the series canon a lot, but it's just for fun...
The Wonder of It All
A female friend of Clark's makes Lois feel inadequate in every way... but does she have anything to worry about?
The Wonder of Love
On their fifth anniversary, Clark and Lois find their marriage under attack from both without and within. External events put doubts in Lois' mind about whether she should really be Superman's wife. And another woman is trying to force a wedge between them -- but not just with her feminine wiles.
A Wonderfoul Wedding
Lois' sister Lucy is getting married, which is fine with Lois. Well, mostly. Unfortunately, she is marrying Superman -- or maybe not?
Lois and Clark share a warm family moment with their baby son in this vignette.
Just a little piece of fluff, the author says, written because "many people have been saying they want to see Lois and Clark dance, and this is me agreeing with them."
What do you do when the grandchildren come over for a visit? Easy, tell them stories! But these are not just anyone's grandchildren and these are not ordinary stories. Told in the "Stranger" universe, this is a loose follow-up to "Garden of Memories."
Working Against Time
Lois and Clark have to deal with the realities of the Vietnam War when Jonathon falls ill.
What if Lois had been at Clark's apartment when Mayson came over in the episode "Church of Metropolis," and what if Mayson assumed more about Clark and Lois' relationship than was actually going on?
World Enough, and Time
"He is a wanderer seeking solace in memories of a billion years gone by."
World of Cuisine
Lois is pregnant and Clark makes one little slip up... Super-short, little bit of silliness that popped into my brain.
On their honeymoon, Lois and Clark make a pinky swear that they will always make time for each other -- and they keep that promise in some of the best places on earth. Written by Gerry Anklewicz, Artemis, Anna Botsakou, Paul Gabriel Wiener, LabRat, Carol Malo, Saskia and ML Thompson.
World Turned Upside Down
Lois's world is turned upside down when Luthor takes his dive from the balcony and Clark is found injured in Luthor's cage.
A World Without
What if things had gone differently in the episode "Whine, Whine, Whine"? Find out...
A World Without Superman
An IRC Round Robin Fanfic
Mxyzptlk is back and issues Lois a challenge: after traveling back four years in time to a different reality, she must convince a *non-superpowered* Clark Kent that he really is Superman, or be left, doomed, in Mxy's alternate reality. Will she succeed? Written by ChrisM, ChiefPam, Ckgroupie, CrystalW, DorDor, Eraygun, Kirshnera and Zoomway.
A World Without Superman
As Clark struggles to recover his memories, the world mourns the loss of Superman. But life goes on for the reporting team of Lane and Kent.
Craig Byrne and Matt Combes
Lois and Clark travel to Gotham City to cover the story of a new supercomputer invented by Waynetech that will eliminate the Year 2K problem. Along the way they encounter Intergang -- and a few bats. (Episode # 16 of The Unaired Fifth Season)
Clark is surprised when a caller to the Kent house tells him she is his sister.
The Worst April Fools' Prank
Lynn S. M.
Lois' practical joke on Lucy goes horribly awry.
The Worst Christmas Ever!
A sad, insightful tale of one really sad Christmas.
The Worst Kept Secret
After Lex Luthor has taken over the Daily Planet building and immobilized Perry, Jimmy, Lois and Clark with kryptonite chains, Clark decides it's time to come clean with Lois.
Worst Nightmare Come True
Just when we thought Scardino was gone for good, he returns to wreck havoc in the lives of our star-crossed lovers, bringing with him confusion and misunderstanding.
Worth the Risk
Valentine's Day 1995. With her ex-fiance back from the dead and behind bars, Lois has to decide if falling for Clark is worth the risk.
Worth the Risk (Elvis Says "Hi")
When Intergang sends kryptonite to Lois' apartment in an attempt to hurt Superman, it's Clark who gets sick. Taking care of him, Lois makes the big discovery. Later, caught at the center of an Intergang plot, she almost dies and finds herself at heaven's gate, where she has an interesting discussion with Elvis (who's filling in for St. Peter).
Wouldn't You Know It
Is Lois and Clark's life just one big joke?
Working undercover at her alma mater, Lois reevaluates her life while struggling to confront issues brought about by her last investigation.
Wow, What a Game
When Lois tries a new computer game, she gets addicted -- fast, and Clark thinks something is fishy about that.
Wrapping Up Loose Ends
This time, the path to true love is going to run a little bit straighter for Lois and Clark. All of those pesky little obstacles just don't stand a chance.
Wrestle Me This
A short revelation story in which a very drunk Lois challenges Clark to an arm wrestling match...
Wrestle Me That
In this sequel to "Wrestle Me This," a now sober Lois suddenly remembers the events of a certain Beer Night...
The Write Stuff
Lois scores a plum assignment covering the celebration surrounding the second anniversary of the colonists' arrival on the space station Prometheus. But a brutal murder wrecks her plans and puts her in the killer's sights. With Superman back on Earth, can Lois get the story without becoming the next victim?
Write Your Own Luck
Clark finds the script of Lois' novel and starts to read it. The similarities with his own life are amazing, but they confuse him –- because Lois seems to like him more than he thought she would.
Writer's Block -- A Mary Sue Intervention
What's a fanfic author to do when her main characters go on strike? Negotiate, of course... and who better to do that than that absolutely perfect self-idealisation known and loved(?) throughout the worlds of fandom as the one and only Mary Sue!
Written in the Stars
This Alternate Universe story explores what would happen if Krypton exploded when Kal-El was an adult. Are Lois and Clark fated to be together, no matter the circumstances?
The Wrong Man
Clark has left Metropolis and Lois is engaged to Daniel Scardino. Is everything at an end for our favorite couple? Or will fate intervene?
Wrong Trilogy, Book 1: Another Dimension, Another Time, Another Lois
This time Tempus succeeds in destroying Utopia with unrealized consequences. Now, it's up to Lois to save the day before time runs out. Set in an alt-canon-dimension (but not alt-dimension). A Dark Comedy, emphasis on *dark*. Wrong Trilogy, Book 1. Each book in this trilogy is stand-alone and can be read in any order.