Review of chapter "Epilogue" from vidicon
An excellent story that deals with human weakness and morality and manages to mix the Superman and Buffy verses in one of the best ways I've ever read. Considering that I dislike crossing with superhero verses, that you managed to hold my interest beyond the first two chapters is an amazing achievement. I thank you for a great read.
Review By [vidicon
] • Date [10 Jul 13] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from EmberQuill
Really well done! And I really like how the whole dynamic of the relationship between Lois and Clark is changed by her becoming a Slayer.
Review By [EmberQuill
] • Date [30 May 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from JJDudeman
I have always loved this one. The way you tie so much together, like the Knights/Glory site turning up as a mass grave, to Wilkins, to the beautiful Faith/Lois bonding scene (not to mention the best, most straightforward explanation of Faith's fall ever).
And Lois is great in this. It makes me sad traditional Lois isn't a slayer so she and Clark could have this relationship.
One thing: is it Angela or Angelica?
It's so painful to see Angela/ica and Marcus before and after turning, that's well done. One thing I actually have never understood was what happened to them to start - were they taken by vamps in disguise as government agents, or random vamps? Marcus wouldn't be fooled by vamps amongst the bodies they were working with...
Whatever. This is one of my favorite stories here and the reason I love this site - gotta remember to bump off one of my other recs to include it.
Review By [JJDudeman
] • Date [25 May 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from exiled
I really enjoyed this story. Thank you for giving me a delightful afternoon!
Review By [exiled
] • Date [6 May 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Research" from DieselDriver
What the heck is a "Diener"? Dictionary dot com hasn't got it. I've never heard of it and I've been to a college or two. I read a LOT and I've never seen the word before. And the spell check here flags it as misspelled.
Comments from author:
It's the person in the morgue who moves the bodies, cleans the bodies and maybe cuts them open. They do the grunt work in the morgue.
Review By [DieselDriver
] • Date [5 Jan 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from chrysanthemum
Fantastic story. I really don't know how you do it. There was just the right level of tension, and of introspection, and of each world. The plot was engaging but allowed for the relationships to come out. Thanks for a great read!
Review By [chrysanthemum
] • Date [18 Aug 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from JonnWolfe
I really can't say enough about it. Everything's just damned wonderful. Major kudos for having every character have depth.
Thanks for writing this. Lois the Slayer... Didn't see that one coming. Loved every chapter.
Review By [JonnWolfe
] • Date [26 May 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from Rune
I'm giving you a nine because as far as I can tell you did not have Amy killed. And I'm not sure you have Clark killing vamps either. Both are bad things. Otherwise great fic. Thanks.
Review By [Rune
] • Date [19 Feb 12] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from Katrina
Stayed up late just to finish this. What an unexpectedly great read! Thank you :)
Review By [Katrina
] • Date [20 Nov 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from Midnmax
I am just not seeing how Clark is a hero. He seems just like a fool to me. He would rather become a slave to evil instead of destroying evil. That's not the actions of a hero - that's what the Nazi collaborators did. He puts the lives of murderers as equal with the lives oaf the victims and would allow the murderers to keep on killing because he is too weak to stop them. What a moron.
Comments from author:
Yet, for the most part this is how he is in canon, determined not to kill no matter the cost. You may as well ask how many people have died because the Batman didn't kill the Joker...it's not a question you'll see raised in the comics.
Review By [Midnmax
] • Date [31 Oct 11] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from lunalurker
Another fantastic story! A very unexpected take on this kind of crossover, and much darker than I thought it would be, even with Lois becoming a Slayer. The big bad was really out of left field too. I actually got kind of squicked out a few times at the issues that were raised. Triggers and all that. Glad I kept going though, it turned out to be a pretty satisfying climax and resolution all around.
I've been following you since I tripped over Legend, and will cheerfully continue to do so. So feel free to keep on writing, it's great stuff!
Review By [lunalurker
] • Date [24 Jun 11] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from ecifrog
*grin* Wonderful :)
Review By [ecifrog
] • Date [9 Nov 10] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from LetsRandom
I really enjoyed this story and it was really well put together.
Review By [LetsRandom
] • Date [28 Aug 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from Ansku
Review By [Ansku
] • Date [8 Aug 10] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Epilogue" from lucyferr
Fifty one kidnapping attempts and only three had been successful. Without her Slayer abilities, Lois would have been constantly in danger, and Clark would have teased her about it unmercifully.
That assumed that he ever bothered to tell her about his abilities.
It was a humiliation she was happy to be spared. She liked being a more or less equal partner to both Clark Kent and Superman. Anything less she would have resented.
That makes a lot more sense than the usual Superman story
One of the few things Buffy’s crew had managed to do for her was to establish a legal defense fund. It was available to all Slayers, but Lois tended to use it more than most.
After all, vampires didn’t sue people, but crazy whack job kidnappers did.
If the number of websites with Clark’s head pasted onto the bodies of nude male models was any indication, the female population of the planet thought so too.
lol - bet the younger slayers are no exception - those who werent in the stadium anyway
It helped to talk to someone who didn’t judge. Between her counselor, and Clark, and occasional phone calls to Faith in Cleveland, Lois had come a long way toward finding peace with both what she was, and what she’d done.
cool - also cool that she's still buds with Faith
“Me and Robin are sort of splitsville.” Faith sighed. “It got kind of ugly.”
“I’ll get the ice cream,” Lois said.
glad Faith has a bud :-) one who won't automatically put Buffy first
Faith grinned. “It’s a wicked tight suit.”
“So he had her add the underwear for the sake of modesty.”
“He should have left it off. Then nobody would be looking at his face.” Faith smirked.
“That’s what his mother said, but Clark’s a little bit of a prude.”
lol - bit surprising tho - with his mother not being a prude lol
"I think it’s best that Slayer chicks have guys who can take a beating.”
Lois stared at Faith and was startled to see her blush.
wow - Faith can blush?!
“Have you checked the net?” Lois asked. “Belief in the supernatural is at an all time high.”
Clark was part of that. In a world here a man could fly and lift space shuttles into space, it was a little easier to believe that others might have strange abilities. It was only a small leap from that to being open to the possibility of the supernatural.
It was all part of Lois’s long term plan. The truth about the supernatural wasn’t going to remain a secret forever. When it came out, she was going to be on the front lines, earning that Pulitzer.
biggest plan for a Pully I ever saw
The newest intern at the Daily Planet was a witch. She’d been hired by Buffy’s group to maintain the protections Willow had placed on Clark and to keep tabs on him to make sure nothing had gotten through them.
Clark had no idea that she was anything other than a love struck teenager. If he ever was controlled again, she was everyone’s secret ace in the hole.
He’d treated her with kid gloves for the first couple of months of their relationship.
But as they’d both begun to heal, their true selves had begun to emerge. Lois had finally allowed him to see more of the ugliness in her soul, and despite her fear, he’d loved her anyway.
Loved the story - good romance fic
Comments from author:
Thanks for all the comments! I'm glad to see that people are still reading this, even if it was written a while back.
Review By [lucyferr
] • Date [23 Jul 10] • Rating [9 out of 10]