catslash: (not mad)
( Jul. 2nd, 2008 11:24 am)
So. I require a bit of a distraction from the fact that Doctor Who airs on Saturday and it's only WEDNESDAY. And I figure, while I'm all ridiculous-crossover-y lately, it might be a good time for a sort of informal challenge request.

Below the cut, you will find a list of fandoms. Ask for crossovers. I will do my best to provide at least a scenario, if not a snippet into the bargain. These are fandoms I'm comfortable with dabbling in at the moment, so I'd appreciate it if you stuck to the list, though of course if I've forgotten something you know I can do, ask for it. And if there's something you really want to see but you're not sure, ask me about it. I might be able to do it anyway. (But no baseball RPS, ALEX. I'd prefer fictional crossovers.) Feel free to ask for more than one; I will do my best to accommodate. Though if you nail me with a huge list I reserve the right to pick and choose. ALEX.

crossover tiems! )
I swear I got things accomplished in Spanish today. Really. It's just, along with marvelling over Javrey during the lab, I also ended up writing a No Country for Old Men drabble during class. I blame Javrey.

No title. It's a drabble.

PAIRING: Carson Wells/Anton Chigurh
SUMMARY: He knows Chigurh better than anyone.
NOTES: I think I need to go bar my doors and windows now. Seriously, ficcing a character is supposed to make him LESS intimidating.
DISCLAIMER: No Country for Old Men was originally created by Cormac McCarthy. I make no claims otherwise.

oh, yeah, and also: spoilers. )
catslash: (Jeffrey Dean Morgan)
( Feb. 28th, 2008 12:57 am)
You know one thing that I really have fun with in regards to Supernatural? It crosses over with almost anything. Seriously. As long as the other work in question is non-fantastical (or has rules that are similar to SPN's; crossovers with Buffy, for example, make my head ache because the shows' demons and vamps are way too different to mesh) and the timeline works out. And, fuck it, even if it doesn't, you can always throw in a convenient transdimensional vortex or whatever.

Some of the crossovers I've come up with have worked, to the point where there is unfinished fic littering my harddrive, and some of them are too cracky or convoluted to do anything but amuse me tremendously. Plus, you know, some of them I've forgotten. But I shall now share with you the ones I can remember. If I have fic for it, I'll throw in a snippet; if I don't, I'll write a snippet! Then at the bottom, there will be a bonus, non-SPN, totally cracktastic opening-sentence-snippet that probably isn't as funny as I think it is, but I need to get it out of my brain!

SPN/Dead and Breakfast )

SPN/Dexter )

SPN/Grey's Anatomy )


SPN/Xena-Hercuverse )

SPN/Torchwood (spoilers from 'Reset' on) )

Bonus random crossover of crack! )
catslash: (fried gold - credit londonpie (??))
( Feb. 26th, 2008 05:18 pm)
I think my favorite thing about No Country for Old Men is rapidly becoming the sheer wankery it's inspiring. I've been monitoring the comments on the Flick Filosopher's review, and in the last few days it's become active again and devolved hilariously into the following exchange:

"If you liked this movie, you are a mindless SHEEP!"

"If you didn't like this movie, you are a braindead PATCH ADAMS FAN!"

The utter intellectual snobbery on both sides is killing me dead with the funny. Wank on, you crazy diamonds.


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