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Uploaded on January 22, 2018
The Body for It
19,021 words (106Kb)
The Daily Planet staff attend a very important fancy dress party with a superhero theme. Some people look good in spandex, some don't!
Rules of Battle
14,814 words (81Kb)
In this installment of "Rules Series," Lois and Clark deal with the headaches of family when Lucy Lane shows up back in Metropolis with her newest boyfriend, Johnny Corbin. After finding out about Corbin's criminal past, Lois does everything she can to pull her sister away from the petty thief, but he may be more dangerous than either she or Clark realize. (3 of 10)
Rules of Family
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In this installment of the "Rules Series," Lois and Clark celebrate their first Christmas together as a couple. After stopping Winslow Schott from turning the city of Metropolis into a mob of greedy children, the couple share Christmas Eve with Lois' mother and Christmas morning in Smallville with the Kents. (4 of 10)
Uploaded on December 31, 2017
Guy Rule Number One
27,906 words (154Kb)
What if Lois Lane overheard a conversation about the "Guy Rule" and made one too many assumptions about Clark's relationship with Superman? Set during the episode "Operation Blackout" and after "Church of Metropolis."
Hitting Close to Home
Lynn S. M.
2,069 words (11Kb)
Lois is able to defend herself against the worst Metropolis can throw at her, but what can she do when her attacker is her own son?
Matchmakers Files -- An Unusual Proposal
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What if Lois had grown up in Canada? What if she was in America on an expired Visa and INS wanted to deport her? Thanks to the machinations of Tempus, that is the situation Lois finds herself in. How can she avoid deportation? There are very few ways -- one is to marry an American citizen...
Rules of Trust
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In the next installment of the "Rules Series," Lois and Clark have their date and more than just feelings are revealed. As they navigate through the next step in their relationship, criminals appear to have risen from the dead and are committing crimes across Metropolis. Can Lois and Clark stop them? (2 of 10)
Uploaded on November 12, 2017
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In the aftermath of the episode "Fly Hard," Clark issues a warning to Lois about Lex as he finds himself at odds with her over his archenemy. Unable to see any other way to make her see the truth, he decides to tell her the truth in hopes that it'll keep her out of Lex's grasp. When Lois learns the truth both she and Clark are forced to juggle the ups and downs of their budding relationship while trying to find the connection between "The Boss" and every story they've covered over the past year.
When Churches Come Crashing Down
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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.
Uploaded on October 29, 2017
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A little story with no real storyline, just Clark getting caught.
2,795 words (16Kb)
Lois is aging, but Clark is not. All it takes is one comment to put the Man of Steel on the defensive. How can their family deal with the difficulties of Clark's paranoia?
Boring (AFS #40)
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After overhearing Lois and Sarah's conversation about his and Lois's relationship, Clark begins to question everything. Part 40 in the author's "At First Sight" series.
Breaking Point (AFS #41)
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Reeling from his exposure to Red Kryptonite and trying to cope his broken relationship with Lois, Clark comes to terms with his own limits of the mind and heart. Part 41 in the author's "At First Sight" series.
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Every new year can play a part in shaping who you are. The triumphs and trials of the different New Year's moments for Lois and Clark.
The Fellowship of the Fanfic
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Terry's muses are at it again, and this time they're working together on a very special tale. Humorous crossover with Lord of the Rings, starring most of the major L&C characters.
Futures (AFS #39)
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With his relationship with Lois falling apart, Clark finds hope in a strange place.
Ghost From the Past
137,255 words (760Kb)
When the man she loves vanishes, Lois must mend the pieces of her broken heart on her own. Five years later she comes face to face with the man she thought had died, but has no recollection of the past. When secrets are revealed how will they forgive one another?
Nothing Is Impossible
54,895 words (304Kb)
Alt-Clark has not only given up on finding Lois, he no longer wants to find her. What will happen when he returns to his world following the events of "Lois and Clarks" to find that everything has changed?
Reactions (AFS #43)
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After almost losing Lois Lane, Clark makes an important decision about their relationship.
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A simple burglary sends Jonathan Kent back in time to 1997, where he has to balance his desire to help with his fear of messing up his future. It's up to the extended Kent family, and some friends from their superpowered social club, to bring him home, if they can.
Roller Coaster (AFS #42)
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Set during the end of the episode "Whine Whine Whine," Clark Kent reflects on the turmoil of the emotional roller coaster that had become his life with Lois Lane, coming to a decision that would change both of their lives forever.
Slow News Day
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After Lois' failed wedding and the death of Lex Luthor, summer in Metropolis has been slow and hot and lazy. Lois can't stand it, so she decides to do something about it. WAFF.
Whine No More
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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."
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.
Uploaded on September 3, 2017
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After the events of the New Kryptonian takeover, Clark struggles to come to terms with the fallout from Lord Nor's reign in Smallville.
Caught in the Act
427 words (2Kb)
A little story with no real storyline, just Lois getting caught doing something fun.
Clearing the Air
1,697 words (9Kb)
After the events of the episode "Fly Hard," Lois Lane has a few words for a certain partner of hers in private. (Part of the "Muddying the Waters" series)
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Lois Lane finds herself looking at her partner and best friend through a different set of eyes after a revelation and a failed wedding.
Last Name (Extended Version)
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A sequel to the author's story "Birthday Surprise." Martha Ellen Kent wakes up in a strange room in the arms of a strange man and three missing days unaccounted for.
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After being forced from his home during the heatwave in Metropolis, Clark Kent finds himself questioning whether to put the red cape back on and serve as Metropolis' hero once again.
Remembering to Fly
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An amnesiac Clark Kent is found by Lois Lane during Nightfall. With the Kents unable to make it to Metropolis, it's up to Lois Lane to help him remember who he is. (Set during Season 1)
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Clark finds himself drawn to a certain item of jewelry over the course of his relationship with Lois Lane.
Sleeping With the Boss
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What if Clark Kent had been a little more supportive and Lois a little more trusting during the episode "Stop the Presses"? Would things have ended the same or would they have stopped the Press brothers sooner?
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Clark and Lois do not meet until Lex Luthor -- Lois' husband of five years -- has been indicted for his various and sundry crimes, and his wife Lois has agreed to testify against him in open court. But it will require Detective Clark Kent's determination and grit, along with his special abilities, to get her to the witness stand alive. An alternative beginning to our favorite couple's relationship.
The Very Bad No Good Day
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Lois is having a very bad day. Can Clark help her?
Virtually Revealed: Jimmy's Story
3,869 words (21Kb)
In the Season 3 episode "Virtually Destroyed," Jimmy sees Clark without his glasses and Superman together. After escaping X, Jimmy is flustered and accidentally calls Superman "CK," to which Superman responds.
Uploaded on July 25, 2017
Mission of Friendship
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Lois not following up on Clark's comment at the end of the episode "The Ides of Metropolis" by Deborah Joy LeVine seemed out of character. What if she decided she needed to know his secret now? This story starts after "Ides" and occurs a couple of weeks after the author's "Mission on Fifth Street."
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This is the first in a series of weird elsewhere fics where the author plays loose and fast with... well... everything. Sam and Ellen Lane are pretty much the last people that would take in a foundling child. But, one night, they do. Sam and Ellen are bound together by a lie that is so much, much bigger than they know.
Uploaded on June 19, 2017
1,565 words (9Kb)
Lois, Clark, and their baby are missing...
It Can't Be Unseen
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Sometimes, a hero can see more than he wishes to. And sometimes, it can be more than he can bear.
A Town Called Smallville
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What if Smallville, KS was like Eureka, OR -- one of the small 'special' towns founded for scientific research?
Uploaded on June 8, 2017
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An angel's work is never done. And this new assignment will be the hardest one of Mike's career.
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.
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In the conclusion to the "What the Hey" series, Lois and Clark go head to head with a mysterious new enemy as an unknown superhero makes her way to Metropolis. Is everything as it seems or is there more to the story? (Part 3 of 3)
Dying to Fit In
2,731 words (15Kb)
When the aging process hits, you do what you must to keep it at bay.
Fallout -- 2016 -- Matchmaker Chronicles Vol 1 CG3
Story Size: 50,692 words (266Kb)
This is the NextGen story that follows up on the events of Thanksgiving and Christmas 2015 and reveals the outcome of the interactions with Bud.
The House of Luthor -- Matchmaker Style
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This is the 13th in the Matchmaker Style series and wraps up the set. Clark is pretending to be dead and Lois is pretending to go along with Luthor so that they can get the goods on him.
Through My Eyes (Jack Olsen)
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No one sees you quite like your family does. Jimmy Olsen reflects on his father, super-spy Jack Olsen.
Through My Eyes (Jor-El)
2,753 words (15Kb)
No one sees you quite like your family does. Clark Kent knows little of his biological father, but he treasures what he does know.
Through My Eyes (Perry White)
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No one sees you quite like your family does. Jerry White considers his relationship with his famous father.
Through My Eyes (Samuel Lane)
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No one sees you quite like your family does. Lois Lane reflects on her father as he speaks during a press conference.
Through My Eyes (Superman)
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No one sees you quite like your family does. A look at Superman's life through the eyes of his daughter.
Uploaded on April 22, 2017
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Tiny TOGOM variant.
278 words (2Kb)
The value of experience.
4,882 words (28Kb)
This story is a sequel to the author's "Blooming Time."
Rules of Engagement
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An Antiplot or Untwist.
3,933 words (22Kb)
Sometimes, silence can be deafening. Sometimes, peace can be heartbreaking. And sometimes, the quiet, though precious, can be less welcome than the chaos.
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This is set during the first season six months after Clark arrived in Metropolis, which considering the clothes Clark wore might have been late winter or early spring. Now it is summer, during a quiet evening spent with Martha and Jonathan on the farm; no villains, deadlines or sadly Lois. Clark wants to have a serious conversation with his parents. He has an important decision to make.
Uploaded on March 5, 2017
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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?
In His Arms
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Lois and Clark reflect on what it feels like to have Lois in his arms. And in the process, they each think they’ve discovered the secret of Superman. A very short story without an A plot in 200 words.
Uploaded on February 27, 2017
Don’t Be Cruel
32,187 words (179Kb)
What if Clark went to Kansas after Lois rejected him in the episode “Barbarians at the Planet” and before Superman went to her apartment? An AU for the Season One finale.
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When Lois decides that Clark is the one for her, she doesn’t leave anything up to chance. But she may know less than she thinks she does.
A Super Meeting
2,843 words (16Kb)
Why did Superman fly across the road? To get to the other Superman, of course!
Uploaded on January 28, 2017
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An incident during Clark's youth makes a lasting impression.
The Naming of Cats
Lynn S. M.
1,062 words (6Kb)
Why is it so important to Clark that he name Lois's new cat? An expansion and continuation of the Lois & Clark episode "Lucky Leon."
A Plot Thwarted
1,911 words (11Kb)
Jefferson Cole can't stop talking.
Uploaded on December 28, 2016
Our Happy Ending
3,583 words (19Kb)
Lois has officially disappeared, and Clark is officially homeless... but Lyn and Joe have finally found a way to be together. They face the acid test: will any of her former colleagues see through Lyn's disguise?
Uploaded on December 18, 2016
Foundling -- Matchmaker Style
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This is the eighth story in the Matchmaker Style series. Clark finally learns about his origins, but in the process Lex Luthor almost learns too much. In the process of looking for the missing orb, Clark finds and recovers some missing or unknown works of art.
Superman vs. The Evil Dead
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An ancient Kandarian curse threatens to destroy Metropolis, forcing the Man of Steel to seek help from the most unlikely of heroes. But will even their combined forces be enough to stop the army of the dead?
Uploaded on November 30, 2016
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Cat has a final conversation before leaving Metropolis.
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A brief look at the evolution of Lois's relationship with Clark, as told from Lois' POV.
The End of an Era
3,349 words (18Kb)
Lex Luthor has been sentenced to be executed for his many and various crimes. What might his last thoughts be?
Ides of Metropolis: Matchmaker Style
34,692 words (186Kb)
Seventh in the Matchmaker Style series. Lois is convinced that Eugene Laderman is innocent of the murder of which he was just convicted. While trying to prove his innocence, Lois and Clark have to save the fledgling internet.
Mission on Fifth Street
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What happened when Clark showed up at the Fifth Street Mission in the episode "All Shook Up"? Who really recognized him at the Mission? Does his secret remain safe when he doesn't remember he has a secret to keep?
Muddying the Waters
886 words (5Kb)
Perry White will never know just how close he was to the scoop of the century.
A Musical Revelation
1,373 words (8Kb)
Just how does a dream and an off-key tune add up to Clark Kent being Superman?
The Rival -- Matchmaker Style
23,125 words (124Kb)
This is the ninth story in the Matchmaker Style series. Lois finds herself having to work with her old college roommate and best friend, Linda King. She doesn't have to worry about Clark because they tell Linda about their marriage; however, Linda thinks that Superman is fair game.
Vatman -- Matchmaker Style
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This is the tenth story in the Matchmaker Style series. Luthor clones Superman, but Lois can easily tell the difference between her husband and the imposter.
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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.
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