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Crossovers

Avengers/Good Omens

This Long Game Is Not For Outsiders by [archiveofourown.org profile] TardisIsTheOnlyWayToTravel
Her name isn't really Darcy, of course: her true name is something much older and a damn lot more powerful.

Norse gods weren't the only supernatural beings in New Mexico when Thor was there.
Clever and adorable Avengers/Good Omens fusion. There's also a sequel that reimagines the movie in this context: Against a Common Enemy

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Avengers/Star Trek Reboot

Secondhand Hope by [archiveofourown.org profile] flyakate
Avengers/Trek Reboot fusion with some good banter. In which Tony gets excited by alien tech.

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Spider-Man/The West Wing

Let Parker Be Parker by [archiveofourown.org profile] lonelywalker
In an age of costumed heroes and alien invasions, Ben Parker is the President America needs - a reassuring presence in the White House, and a hero to the West Wing staff. His nephew Peter, however... With Ben Parker in the White House, it's all CJ can do to keep his nephew Peter out of the papers. It's the West Wing/Spider-man crossover you never knew you wanted but which you totally do, because Ben Parker=Martin Sheen=Jed Bartlet and everything just falls into place once you realize that. <3

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Avengers/Arrow

Bad Altitude by [archiveofourown.org profile] Frea_O
Fun crossover where Felicity Smoak and Natasha Romanoff are trapped together on a plane that looks like it's going to crash.

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Crossovers

Psych/The Office (US)

Pennsylvania by [livejournal.com profile] fearlessfan
Adorable crossover in which Gus and Shawn go to Scranton to solve a mystery at Dunder Mifflin. Gus/Shawn=OTP! *heart*

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Supernatural/Leverage

And Today We Have Naming of Parts by [livejournal.com profile] medjai_trowa
How Eliot Spencer got his name. Lovely SPN/Leverage crossover with wee!Eliot encountering the Winchesters.

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Supernatural/Criminal Minds

This Bitter Earth by [anonymous]
Highly enjoyable SPN/CM crossover in which the Winchesters and the BAU investigate the same case. "Anybody else, I'd say we were dealing with copycats or just a huge coincidence. But those guys escaped custody at least twice that I know of, and Dean Winchester's already faked his own death once before." / "There wasn't much left to find after that explosion in Colorado." Hotch folded his arms across his chest, somehow managed to look even more serious than usual. "You think they engineered the whole thing and escaped again?" / Morgan shrugged. "Possible." / "Well," Reid said with a laugh, "at least we can be sure they weren't resurrected."

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Supernatural/Veronica Mars

This River’s Full of Lost Sharks by [anonymous]
Fantastic SPN/VMars crossover. Missouri sends Sam and Dean to Neptune to stop a zombie uprising. They fall in with Veronica and Logan and the rest of the Neptune crew. Really well done blending of the two verses, drawing the parallels neatly without hitting the reader over the head with them. I enjoyed this a lot.

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Supernatural/Good Omens

Albion Rhapsody by [livejournal.com profile] tears_of_nienna
Hee! Adorable GO/SPN crossover in which Dean takes Sam to London and they have a run-in with a more congenial angel-demon pair.

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Supernatural/Pushing Daisies

With Kindness by [livejournal.com profile] entangled_now
Dean takes Sam to see the Pie Maker. Lovely and achy.

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Crossovers

Supernatural/Buffy the Vampire Slayer

revving from a central source by [livejournal.com profile] hateable
Short but very enjoyable Faith/Dean.

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Supernatural/Friday Night Lights

Shotgun by [livejournal.com profile] july_july_july
Awesome SPN/FNL crossover where John raises the boys in Dillon while he hunts, and Dean is QB1 of the Dillon Panthers. I really like how she reworks the SPN mythos to fit into this verse, and all the familiar touches of Dillon, as well, including Coach Taylor being awesome, Billy Riggins being a jackass, and a lovely cameo by Mama Smash at the end. ♥

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Supernatural/Good Omens

Write a New Apocalypse by [livejournal.com profile] taurenova
Castiel seeks advice from apocalypse stopping experts. And has his first cup of tea. Adorable.

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Supernatural/Harry Potter

As Small as a World, as Large as Alone by [livejournal.com profile] mimblexwimble
On his eleventh birthday, Dean gets a letter from Hogwarts. He makes the only choice he can. Oh, Dean....

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Bones

human skin can be hard to live in by [livejournal.com profile] cartwheel_dizzy
She deals with the bare facts that are left when you strip away everything else. Booth deals in the everything else, not just flesh and skin and sinew, but the messy reality of thought and motive. Brennan understands the differences between her and Booth. Beautiful.

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Dark Angel

Reflections by [livejournal.com profile] swanseajill
Lovely series of snapshots showing how Max's feelings towards Alec change and grow.

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Good Omens

Just Save the First Edition for Me by [livejournal.com profile] such_heights
Aziraphale sells a book (shock! horror!), but Crowley makes sure it doesn't happen again. Adorable.

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Iron Man

so many armadillos by [livejournal.com profile] sangga
"I'm the holder-upperer now." / He grins as he works. "You're always the holder-upperer, Potts." Lovely bantery, UST-filled snapshot of Pepper helping Tony out in the workshop, and feeling way out of her depth.

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Crossovers

Battlestar Galactica/The Sarah Connor Chronicles

To Hell and Back (For This) by [livejournal.com profile] kalesbohan
Really interesting, mindbending story of the Galactica coming to earth to find Skynet in charge, and Kara joining John Connor's rebellion, and hooking up with Derek Reese.

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Harry Potter/Narnia

A Year in Their Courts by [livejournal.com profile] animus_wyrmis
Hermione stumbles through an old wardrobe at Hogwarts and ends up in Narnia, where she falls in love with Peter. Beautifully done, wistful and sweet.

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Iron Man/Spider-Man

Paparazzo by [livejournal.com profile] basingstoke
"You pulled that straight from your crotch and used it on my face." // Yes. "No!" Awesomely hilarious Tony Stark/Peter Parker. Their flirty banter is all about SCIENCE.

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Supernatural/Good Omens

A Backdoor to Hell by [livejournal.com profile] oxoniensis
Adorable GO/SPN crossover in which Sam Winchester goes to Aziraphale and Crowley for help getting Dean out of hell.

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Supernatural/Iron Man

Ghost in the Machine and In the Wires by [livejournal.com profile] dotfic
Ficlet and sequel in which Tony's suit is haunted. Who's he gonna call? Hee! Dean + haunted suit + Jarvis = hilarity.

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Crossovers

Supernatural/Angel
the things of light by [livejournal.com profile] ultraviolet9a
Dean is gone. Sam is hunting with Angel now, and they have more in common than Sam would have expected. Sharp, hard, and spare.

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Supernatural/Gilmore Girls
Two Strangers, One Cup of Coffee by [livejournal.com profile] kellifer_fic
John Winchester shares a cup of coffee with Lorelai Gilmore. Short, but true to both of them. Lovely.

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Supernatural/Good Omens
39 flavours; or Antichrist 2.0 by [livejournal.com profile] henchgirl
"You're attempt two. Antichrist 2.0. New model. Seems to have some bugs, though." Sam wasn't sure if he was insulted or not at being called an inferior Antichrist. Hee! Adam shows up to give Sam some tips on how to be the Antichrist.

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Supernatural/Pushing Daisies
Dead Girl Walking by [livejournal.com profile] schweedie
Adorable SPN/Pushing Daisies crossover wherein Sam and Dean investigate the apparently undead Charlotte Charles, and have pie. The applications of Ned's gift are not lost on Sam.

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Angel
Across America in 28 Postcards by [livejournal.com profile] likeadeuce
Wesley and Faith, crossing the country and falling in love. Wonderful voices.

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Good Omens
Seven Deadly Signs You're Going to Fail by [livejournal.com profile] irisbleu
Crowley and Aziraphale have their millennial reviews. Warm and funny, like the book.

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Star Wars
Double Twist of Fate or a Melody by [livejournal.com profile] thistlerose
Lovely look at Han and Leia's relationship as it's starting out. Nails Han's voice.

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Crossovers

Grey's Anatomy/Sports Night
Dry, With a Twist by [livejournal.com profile] fox1013
Addison Montgomery meets Dan Rydell in a bar. Witty conversation overlays loneliness. I love how they can't quite connect. Lovely.

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Good Omens/Harry Potter
Once More With Feeling by [livejournal.com profile] xylodemon
Absolutely AWESOME HP/GO crossover. Heaven and Hell suit up for round two of the apocalypse, and this time, Hell's got a wily plan. Aziraphale and Crowley team up with Harry Potter to thwart it. Dead on characterization, deft handling of the xover, heaps of fun.

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Angel/Supernatural
Unhappy the Land That Has No Heroes by [livejournal.com profile] alizarin_nyc
Dean's out of his depth, Angel can't resist a new mission, and Faith's still trying to make a place for herself. Hotness ensues. I really like the desperation and melancholy threading through this.

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Supernatural/Smallville
All Circles Warming Up by k.
"That wasn't a demon. That was something else. Do you really believe in demons?" "You don't? You were after a green glowing blob thing but somehow demons makes me the crazy one." Dean and Chloe meet, snark, and have hot sex. Mmm...tasty.

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Supernatural/Scooby-Doo
Dewey Decimal and Other Mysteries of Note by [livejournal.com profile] minim_calibre
Butch lesbian!Dean/Velma from Scooby-Doo. No, seriously. And it *works*.

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Good Omens
Casual as Birds by [livejournal.com profile] apple_pi
Crowley returns to London from the front during WWII, searching for comfort. Powerful, understated, heartbreaking. Have tissues handy.

Switching Teams by [livejournal.com profile] rinnington
Due to an unfortunate bureaucratic mixup, Aziraphale and Crowley end up with each other's bodies. Adorable and sweet and funny.

Should Old Acquaintance be Forgot by [livejournal.com profile] xylodemon
Crowley, attempting to keep his New Year's Resolutions. Wonderfully in character. I especially like 2, 3, and 4.

Wednesdays by [livejournal.com profile] villainny
Who needs introspection when Aziraphale's provided jammy dodgers, that's always been his opinion. Adam's in college, so Crowley and Aziraphale pick up a new profession. Adorable - warm and wonderful.

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Harry Potter

We can work it out by [livejournal.com profile] sazzlette
"Padfoot and Moony are not gay!" [...] "I'm sorry, James, but I really think they are."

Hee! Adorably funny Remus/Sirius with some James/Lily thrown in.

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Good Omens

Human footnotes by [livejournal.com profile] shiplizard
Fear is a smell; hope is a sound. Aziraphale attends a revival meeting in the 1920s. Things don't go as he expects, and he is not pleased. Evocative and emotionally true.

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The West Wing

Hollow Lake State Park by Speranza
because she's Donna and she always knows just what to say. Josh and Donna have a brief moment. Lovely, with some great Toby bits.

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Crossovers

Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Supernatural
Eye of the Beholder by [livejournal.com profile] pandarus
Faith finds herself in an alternate universe, and hooks up with two demon hunters named Sam and Dean Winchester. HOTNESS & SNARK ABOUND. Link goes to the last chapter; links to earlier parts at the top.

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Good Omens/Supernatural
Red by [livejournal.com profile] sanyin
Dean meets War. It's exceptionally hot.

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Grey's Anatomy/Supernatural
Color Me In by [livejournal.com profile] coffee_in_bed
John Winchester shows up at the Seattle Grace ER. Everyone tries to keep Izzie away. Short, sharp and lovely.

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Veronica Mars/Supernatural
In Harm's Way by [livejournal.com profile] dark_roast
Logan and Dean swapping stories in The River Styx. Sharp character sketch of both of them.

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X-Files/Supernatural
Looking for Salt by [livejournal.com profile] dotfic
Awesome and hilarious crossover in which Sam and Dean and Mulder and Scully fight zombies together. Zombies!

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Good Omens
Apocalypse Again by Signe
It's the end of the world again, and Crowley and Aziraphale spend it together. Sweet and sly and funny.

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Harry Potter
Love In Fire and In Blood by [livejournal.com profile] loneraven
Lovely story of James and Lily's wedding - warm, affectionate, with the feeling that MWPP+Lily have been friends for years. I love the way Remus lets it all roll over him with affectionate bemusement, likely the best attitude to have around James and Sirius.

Our Bodies Could Fall Off The End Of The World by [livejournal.com profile] pixiefiction
This hits so many of my bulletproof narrative kinks, I can't even... Remus, happy to take what little Sirius will give him, and Sirius, not quite getting it and just wanting to make him happy, and oh... My poor sweet boys... *sniff* I love this so much.

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Narnia
Open the Doors by [livejournal.com profile] chaos_pockets
Lovely examination of faith from Lucy's perspective, in London, in Narnia. Worship is like breathing, and your heart beating, and having joy in life and knowing why, for Lucy, and the buildings are too much and too staged for her comfort.

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Good Omens
Rearrangement by Nny
Crowley and Aziraphale attempt to find their balance again after the near-Apocalypse. Smart and funny, just like the book.

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Ocean's Eleven
Beginnings by [livejournal.com profile] quettaser
Exceptionally hot Danny/Rusty written for Signe's porn battle.

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Good Omens
on the seventh day by jay
The week after the almost-armageddon, from Crowley's POV. The sixth day is a bit of a revelation for the poor demon.
(Note: does anyone have a real link for this? I'm not fond of linking to the wayback machine for it)

The Pleasures of the World by [livejournal.com profile] irisbleu and [livejournal.com profile] linnpuzzle
Beautiful, tender story of Aziraphale and Crowley after the world doesn't end, deciding to explore things they haven't tried before. Wonderfully done. And the gorgeous sequel,
Sleight of Hand Aziraphale's POV on what happens next.

Salvation by afrai
Aziraphale experiences doubt after the near-apocalypse, and turns to Crowley for reassurance.

Satan Is No Gentleman by afrai
Pepper is a slayer. It explains so much, really. I wish this had been longer, a full-fledged crossover, but it works as it is.

Untitled Brian/Wensleydale fic by [livejournal.com profile] villainny
Pepper'd never be the maiden. Wensley is stuck being the maiden. Brian rescues him. There are pirates. Adorable.

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Good Omens

Apple (The Divine Intervention Remix) by Xellas
Utterly adorable. Crowley and Aziraphale are called upon to explain their... actions from the original story (Apple by MadScienceChick, in which Adam gives Crowley and Aziraphale a present for his wedding. While they enjoy the, er, fruits of the gift at first, they don't respond well in the afterglow, and which is adorable in its own right).

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Narnia

Always Spring and Never Summer (Once a King, Always, Immortal Remix) by Aldalindil
This is so gorgeous, so achy and sad and perfect and oh, the pain of losing Narnia - twice for poor Susan - is palpable in this story. Brilliantly done. The original story - Once a King by Rynne – is worth reading too. The remix expands beyond Peter and Edmund and considers all four Pevensies, and Professor Kirke, too.

Stages of Age and Youth (The I Dreamt a Dream Remix) by Rynne
This was no Golden Age. This was growing pains. Lucy, growing up again, aboard the Dawn Treader. Stunning. Just gorgeous.
The original - The Wastelands by Mirkat - takes on all four Pevensies as they grow up, and learn of love and loss, and is also beautifully done.
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Crossovers

Angel/Sandman
Ouroboros by [livejournal.com profile] selenak
Smart, engrossing crossover in which the Furies, via Lyta Hall, stalk Connor after Not Fade Away.

BtVS/HP
A New Watcher's First Lesson in Recruitment by [livejournal.com profile] r_becca
Dawn's in Salem for recruiting purposes. Things don't go quite as planned, but she meets Ron Weasley, and that's okay too. Eeee! Dawn/Ron.

Firefly/Sandman
Everybody Dies Alone by [livejournal.com profile] honorh
Mal has a conversation with Death in Serenity Valley. Lovely and in character.

Good Omens/HP
The Consequences of Bloody Manchester, or Why Summoning Demons Is a BAD Idea. by [livejournal.com profile] io_aenaria
Okay, this story had me at Mrs. Black's given name being Olympias. She conjures up Crowley for a bit of the old in-out and, well, there are unexpected consequences. Hee!

SportsNight/The Muppets
Five Muppets Isaac's Pretty Sure He Never Hired by Amy
*flails* Awesome, hilarious, brillant SportsNight/Muppets crossover that gets the characters' voices absolutely right. So much love for this story.

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Good Omens

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Good Omens

For the Birds by [livejournal.com profile] irisbleu
After the near apocalypse, things have changed, and Crowley's not dealing so well with that, but Aziraphale figures out a way (with the help of some birds) to make it better. Lovely.

Habit by [livejournal.com profile] jennaria
Aziraphale has unpleasant business in Sodom and Gomorrah, and Crowley tags along. Sharp and tense, which is due to the tight writing, given that we know how it ends.

The Last Most Beautiful Day in the World. by [livejournal.com profile] bookshop
Aziraphale and Crowley live through the three Most Beautiful Days in the World. Heartbreakingly sad and lovely; rings like a bell with truth.

Matchmaker by [livejournal.com profile] irisbleu
Wonderful look at Agnes Nutter.

Until the End that Is to Come by [livejournal.com profile] magicicada
Long, brilliant, intense story of another near-apocalypse, and how Newt and Anathema, especially, deal. This story has many wonderful character touches and little winning details that bring it to life, and it's extremely engrossing.

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Batman

Trespassing by [livejournal.com profile] azurine
Dick seeks comfort from Bruce after a nightmare. I thought this was one of the creepiest things I’ve ever read, even though there’s nothing overtly *wrong* happening, it feels like it could slip over the edge into bad wrongness of the bad kind at any moment.

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Buffy

Some Trot About by [livejournal.com profile] glossing
Funny, sweet, sad and hot. Devon and Oz hear about Sunnydale, and perform their mourning ritual.

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Veronica Mars/BtVS

Three Hours to Sunrise by hjdevnull
Well done VMars/BtVS crossover - Veronica is snatched by vamps and Wallace helps a stranger named Faith get her back.

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Constantine (movie)
A Distant Mirror by Maygra
Constantine seeks out Gabriel, both of them caught between heaven and hell. Hot and sad, with the sharp ring of truth.

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Good Omens

A Local Habitation by [livejournal.com profile] irisbleu and [livejournal.com profile] linnpuzzle
The history of Crowley and Aziraphale, by way of St. James Park. Funny, sweet, understated and touching. The art is gorgeous.

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Ocean's 11

Walk Like a Camel by [livejournal.com profile] kiki_miserychic
Gently, wryly absurd story of Rusty's quest for funnel cake and the unexpected places it lands him and Danny. Some minor grammatical nits but the voices are so perfect and the story's so funny they're not worth worrying about.

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Rome

Veritas by Miss Pamela
Lovely, in-character conversation between Pullo and Vorenus about love and loyalty.

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West Wing

Loophole by Speranza
Eeee! Speranza's writing Josh/Donna! Loopy, early seasons, Josh goes down on Donna for no discernible reason fic that explores the weird nearly non-existent boundaries of their relationship. Funny and hot and sweet.

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Good Omens

Seaside by[livejournal.com profile] irisbleu and [livejournal.com profile] linnpuzzle
Unutterably beautiful and moving and sweet and funny story of Crowley and Aziraphale taking a little beach holiday and discovering hidden depths in their friendship. And the sequel, Undertow, which is Crowley’s POV of the days after. Warm and tender and breathtakingly lovely.

Thunder Road (Trade In These Wings on Some Wheels) by [livejournal.com profile] vulgarweed
Adam's taken with existentialism so Aziraphale and Crowley can't count on his help to get away from a mob of angry demons. Funny and smart, and a great title. *g* And the sequel, The Circular Argument, in which Adam, Aziraphale and Crowley have a philosophical discussion, and an incredible amount of mind-blowing sex. (Adam is an adult) Funny, hot and sweet.

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Lord of the Rings
Siren's Song by [livejournal.com profile] queenofthorns
The Ring exerts its will on Boromir, and we get glimpses of what it promises him, what he thinks he will gain. Wonderfully done.

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Good Omens

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Good Omens

Backseat Drivers by [livejournal.com profile] istealboyswings
Part 1 and Part 2
Crowley and Aziraphale are lost and Crowley won’t buy a map; instead he settles in for the night in the backseat of the Bentley. I really like the stillness in this, and the sudden realization.

Satan Is My Motor by [livejournal.com profile] tea_and_snark
Lovely, evocative story in which Crowley tries to make a moment last by reliving it.

Survivors' Guilt by [livejournal.com profile] irisbleu
Utterly beautiful and moving story of Crowley and Aziraphale through the ages.

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Angel

Metaphysics of the Provocateur (The Long Ago and Far Away Remix) by [livejournal.com profile] fox1013
I love it when people re-do fairy tales, and this is a lovely bit of storytelling about a princess and her rescuer, a werewolf and a vampire, Nina and Angel.

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Beauty and the Beast

Like Frost Unto Dew (The Circadian Remix) by [livejournal.com profile] docmichelle
When happily ever after isn’t, quite. Sad and lovely. Read the original story, too: The Passing of a Winter Love by [livejournal.com profile] sophia_helix

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Good Omens

Seven Circles To Leave Your Lover In (The Pandaemonium Remix) by Daegaer
I love this so so much. It's just so hilarious and yet romantic (but, you know, in a demony sort of way) that it put a big grin (no almost-smiling here) on my face.

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Good Will Hunting

Shelf Life (The Go West Young Man Two Step) by Nifra Idril
From the summary to the last line, I adore this fic. My memory of the movie is vague but Nifra has drawn Chuckie well enough here that I don't need to remember much more than Will, and Chuckie draws Will beautifully in everything he says and doesn't say, and does and doesn't do. Just fabulous in every way - voice, characterization, emotion - all working together to tell a story that moves me.

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West Wing
Mazel Tov (The Tongue-Tied Mix) by International Princess
CJ learns that Andi is pregnant. This is so heartbreakingly beautiful. Just fabulous.

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These are all from the [livejournal.com profile] yuletide archive (and there are a few more I'll probably eventually get around to reccing, but these are all the stories I recced before the authors were revealed (plus one pinch hit Ocean's 11 fic that's utterly FABulous).

In no particular order whatsoever. I'm cut-tagging, because it's longer even than normal (55 stories in 38 fandoms. I think. Math and I are unmixy things at the best of times, which today is not).

Edited 7/25/06 - I've split this post into several posts and removed the cut-tag. [/eta]

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Good Omens/Dogma
Christmas Mixer by [livejournal.com profile] monkeycrackmary
Hee! Office Christmas parties are the same everywhere, and the Metatron attempts to escape from conversation with Aziraphale at this one. Witty, clever, with a spot-on Aziraphale voice, and lines that I can easily imagine Mr. Rickman speaking. (I will see Dogma one day. It's on my list.) Anyhow, read this fic.

Good Omens
The Probability of Ducks by [livejournal.com profile] graycastle
Just ducky. Sorry. Seriously, wonderfully ineffable and in character banter between Crowley and Aziraphale on the possibility of ducks.

Comfort and Joy by [livejournal.com profile] penknife
Crowley and Aziraphale do Christmas shopping. Charming and wonderful and... ineffable. Just excellent.

Eight Nights by [livejournal.com profile] daegaer
This is just absolutely darling. Aziraphale is sneaky and clever, Crowley gets presents, and their affection for each other shines through nicely.

A Precise and Accurate History of Monday, Eleven Years Later by [livejournal.com profile] giddygeek
oh, I'm in love with this story. It makes me all achy in the chestal area because it's so warm and loving and sweet and funny. Just completely charming.

Sandman
Take Your Brother to Work Day by [livejournal.com profile] marksykins
Lovely revisiting of "The Shadow of Her Wings" with Death taking Daniel along for a day's work as he attempts to become comfortable with his new role. Really nails the characters.

Discworld/Sandman
Whose Names Are Death by [livejournal.com profile] bravecows
Brilliant, poignant, clever story in which Death of the Endless visits Death of Discworld.

Further Reflections by [livejournal.com profile] foreverdirt
Susan Sto-Helit and Death of the Endless meet, and find they have things in common. Just delightful. The voices are spot-on.

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Go and read if you haven't already, and give feedback to the many splendiferous authors.

~victoria
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Alias

Between Past and Present Tense (the Stories About Girlfriends mix) by Shaye
Oh, I love the resigned and snarky Weiss-voice in this, and how he can’t turn his brain off even when it leads him into places he’d rather not go, like his own secret attraction to Vaughn. Meanwhile, the original fic, Between Past and Present Tense by zara hemla, is much angrier (and yet still snarkily funny), from Vaughn’s POV as he tries and fails, tries and fails to find Sydney and it’s killing him. Love both of them, both for the differences and for the way they mesh so when Eric shrugs in the original, you know what he’s thinking, thanks to the remix.

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Good Omens

Ordinary People (the Anything but Ordinary Remix) by cimorene
This is a long, sweet but not cloying Good Omens fic about how Crowley comes to fall for Aziraphale. You know how some fic is like sinking into a warm bath? That's what this fic is like. A warm bath, a mug of hot cocoa, and a really great story to make any bad day better.

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Good Omens

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Good Omens

Effable by Beth H.
Snarky Crowley and defensive Aziraphale and a lovely conversation about family.

Falling Rain by Ariastar
Crowley stows away on the Ark. Aziraphale finds him. Tentative companionship and an oh-so-slow build up to the agreement (before it was capitalized) and maybe something more. The language is lovely, and the end made my chest all achy.

Naked and Unashamed by Louise Lux
Crowley convinces Aziraphale that maybe trying this lust thing out would help them understand it better (and thus do better at their respective jobs). Sweet, hot first time story; evocative and sensual.

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Good Omens

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Good Omens
The Best Christmas Ever by Amy
Christmas in Lower Tadfield really *is* the Best Christmas Ever, every single year. Aside from the gleeful irony of the whole *idea* of the Antichrist celebrating the perfect (secular) Christmas, this story is a warm and comforting way to play catch-up with some characters I love.

Cumulative Effort by magpie
This is a lovely Crowley/Aziraphale story that charts their relationship - with desire and with each other - over a few thousand years. Lovely and in character (there are a few typos, but nothing to stop you from reading it).

It Came Upon a Midnight Clear by daegaer
Hee! Aziraphale leads the heavenly host in reporting the news of Jesus' birth, but the shepherds are having a hard time keeping their wits. Meanwhile, Crowley's got a bit of annunciating to do himself, though he'll get in trouble if Hell discovers what he's done. Funny, evocative of the book, could easily slide into canon. I loved it.

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Good Omens/Dogma

Home Is Where the Heart Is by daegaer
Good Omens/Dogma crossover. I still have not seen Dogma, so I'm a little lost on the Loki and Bartleby business, but the Aziraphale/Crowley interaction is too sweet and fun to miss.

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LotR

Sky As Grey As Your Heart by afrai
An uncertain Legolas waits for Gimli to join him at the Grey Havens. Subtle, exquisite, in character.

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Good Omens

Jul. 18th, 2003 11:44 am
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Good Omens

Flights of Angels
by daegaer
I’ll keep my mouth shut about wingfic in general, but this fic is the anti-wingfic. Crowley and Aziraphale learn the bitter truth of "use it or lose it" and have to deal with the effects of losing their wings. Touching and bittersweet and lovely.

Living Arrangements by Afrai
Aziraphale has a bit of a problem. He calls Crowley. They move in together. Things get weird, then they get better, and then they get much, much worse. Lovely and sad.

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Good Omens

Jun. 25th, 2003 11:18 am
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Good Omens
Going Home by daegaer
Aziraphale is called home. How will Crowley deal? Well, by trying to break his friend out of Heaven, of course. Just wonderful.

Growing Season by Kathleen Anne
Aziraphale takes charge of Crowley’s plants, with unexpected results. I enjoyed this a lot – the banter is witty and in character. A great slice-of-life story.

Twofish by a demon of my word
Crowley and Aziraphale get drunk and stuff happens. I’m less fond of the second chapter than I am of the first, which seems to nail the characters perfectly, but overall, a really good fic.

Good Omens/BtVS
California Dreaming by daegaer
Crowley is called to account by Hell’s accounting department. The Hellmouth in Sunnydale is his road home. Yes, Good Omens meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Better on the GO than on the BtVS, but still, a damn funny story.
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Buffy
32 Short Fics About Xander Harris by nwhepcat
32 drabbles, each a snapshot of Xandery goodness, from Welcome to the Hellmouth to Cleveland.

BtVS/Good Omens
California Dreaming by daegaer
Crowley is called to account by Hell’s accounting department. The Hellmouth in Sunnydale is his road home. Yes, Good Omens meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Better on the GO than on the BtVS, but still, a damn funny story.

BtVS/Sandman
The Waiting Room by Nestra
Death's not what Buffy expected. Excellent BtVS/Sandman crossover, that nails both first season Buffy and Death. It made me a little sniffly and still put a smile on my face, which is the essence of both BtVS and Sandman, don't you think?

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