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Review of chapter "Commander" from SadJack
This story and its following chapters shows great promise for an epic telling. Will you be writing anything further?
Review By [SadJack] • Date [10 Oct 14] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Son of Light" from Bobboky
nice work
Review By [Bobboky] • Date [9 Oct 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Fenris the Wolf" from Rich
Very well done. Fenris is one of my favorite characters from Norse mythology (as is Tyr); I never would have put him into the Potterverse, but you've made it work.
Review By [Rich] • Date [9 Oct 14] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Fenris the Wolf" from raxadian
This would work better if Xander was the wolf.
Review By [raxadian] • Date [30 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "A Dark Song Bird" from raxadian
I really like this idea, way better than the third movie.
Review By [raxadian] • Date [12 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "A God In Hiding" from raxadian
Faith being Xena... It fits damn well!
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Doesn't it?
Review By [raxadian] • Date [10 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Ashes to Ashes" from wonderbee
Wow, a bit dark there with a Harry who has gone down a bad path it seems, and wouldn't it be something to see what happens when the Bat comes to take him down, and how much trouble he'd give him to do so.
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His ability with fire is uncontrolled and linked to mental illness, something I had never seen done before.
Review By [wonderbee] • Date [10 Jul 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Ashes to Ashes" from Omegaprime
Oh dear, the Joker has escaped (again) and now he has firepower.

*Ducks thrown rotten food and axes*

Sorry about the bad pun.

So Harry has the ability to use fire and has used it on people and is now going to work with the Joker.

Well it looks like Batman is going to have a hot time in the ol' town tonight.


Keep up the interesting work.
Comments from author:
Not really work with the Joker so much as being used as a distraction by the Joker for the purposes of escape. Not a long term partnership.
Review By [Omegaprime] • Date [10 Jul 14] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Fenris the Wolf" from Omegaprime
Ok, Odin needs a good smack to the head and the Fates need to be smited.

Harry/Fenris was just trying to live out his life and now he is back home to his punishment.

I'm surprised Hermione didn't try to talk to(tell off?) Odin but I don't blame her or the others for not doing so because Odin might overreact and smite her/them.

But the fine folks at the wizarding world might be asking some interesting questions when they look at the battleground, like: Why does the big V look like he has been bitten in half? Where is his top half? Where is Harry's body? (Might be disintegrated) Where did these big paw prints (if there are any) come from?

I can see that the events of the Avengers movie might change with Loki saying "screw it" with what he was doing and go with Thor when he tells him that they found his son, or he might go even crazier at the same time and work harder with his new allies.

Keep up the interesting work.
Comments from author:
Hermione might be opinionated, but Odin is Odin, badass and full of glory, powerful beyond belief and capable of penetrating through the Hogwarts defenses with ease while bringing an entire army of superhuman warriors with him. I wouldn't have said shit, especially if my best friend just turned into a gigantic apocalyptic wolf and ate the bad guys. Consider her in shock. If she had spoken, Odin would have no second thoughts about destroying everyone there for daring to defy his will. He has done it before with entire worlds and would do it again. Peace through superior firepower is how he rules, step out of line and Odin lays a smack down so harsh that it becomes legend.

If the Ministry can modify memories and erase evidence, don't you think freaking Odin Allfather can do the same with far greater ease? The dude is so magically powerful that Midgardian magic doesn't even touch him, it goes around him due to the field given off by his own aura.
Review By [Omegaprime] • Date [20 Mar 14] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Fenris the Wolf" from Zaxxon
Harry Potter as a "reformed" Fenris the Wolf is very interesting. I'm guessing this is tied to the Movie Universe, and after the events of the first Thor movie. Odin's judgment seems to be very harsh, I recall that the Asgardians were draconian, but this seems to be a bit much.

Still, I would be interesting in seeing more of this Harry Potter/Fenris the Wolf in the Marvel world.
Comments from author:
A bit much? Odin took one look at Hela and tossed an innocent little girl into the realm of the SHAMEFUL DEAD without any defenses! Think about that, a little girl was basically thrown into the Asgardian version of a maximum security prison with no protection and no guards.
Review By [Zaxxon] • Date [19 Mar 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Fenris the Wolf" from Blazerdrive
Ok this is an awesome story, I hope you'll write a another part to it. Once again it's a great story.
Comments from author:
Thank you.
Review By [Blazerdrive] • Date [19 Mar 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Fenris the Wolf" from michaelangelo
Wow, Odin was a complete and utter bastard, why couldn't he just banish him to the Earth to fight as a hero instead of tacking on the geas of being friendless too. You know for a god trying to avoid his fate, he's certainly trying his best to make it happen sooner rather than later.
Comments from author:
Odin threw Jormungandr into Midgard just for being born without him having even committed a crime. Midgard might be a punishment for someone like Thor, but it's not enough for one of Loki's 'freakish children'. If he could have taken Fenris' power like he had Thor's in the film, then he wouldn't have ever chained the wolf in the first place. There is always a reason for Odin's actions, though they may not be known for centuries afterward.
Review By [michaelangelo] • Date [19 Mar 14] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Fenris the Wolf" from Bobboky
very good
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Review By [Bobboky] • Date [19 Mar 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Fenris the Wolf" from Darksnider
You know Odin kinda deserves a good flaying.
Comments from author:
Yes, he does. Odin is a complete asshole, but a good king, not too good at anything else besides being one of the most powerful warriors in existence.
Review By [Darksnider] • Date [19 Mar 14] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Bane of Evil" from DarthTenebrus
Bane was a very brilliant man with a very real problem, which he treated with a compound made with, among other things, small quantities of crack cocaine. It was called Venom, if memory serves, and at least two benefits of Venom were imperviousness to pain and greatly enhanced muscular strength. The problem was that Venom was very addictive and eventually turned its user psychotic. Bane's brilliance was undone by the very compound that fred him from constant, unendurable agony.

And now you have brought forth a tale where Xander Harris, by some process, has become Bane. Very intriguing. Xander Harris's protective streak coupled with Bane's lack of qualms over killing those who cross him, a nasty character who believes he was placed in the world, an evil man, as a buffer against even greater evils. And his purpose in Los Angeles is to see to the welfare of one whom he remembers and has loved as a dear friend since very early childhood.

I always thought that the characters lacked a certain depth due to the series' less than serious approach to human problems such as drug addiction, high inflation and terrorism, to name but a few. The series portrayed an ever-changing group of teenagers, and then afterwards young adults, who dealt with supernatural crises with a quick stake to the heart or a sword stroke, but never before a smart remark or a quip ended up escaping their lips. In between those moments the human element is never fully explored, allowing for many more light hearted exchanges of dry wit to take place than an ongoing story about a secret war against the supernatural world should contain.

Your tale of a Xander turned into Bane brings a fresh, realistic perspective to the tale of Buffy and her friends and allies, and I hope this approach continues in each of your future writings.

Still no "1984", but I can be patient. See, waiting patiently here, with baited breath, even...
Comments from author:
I am extremely glad to read your review. I would rather a single one of your reviews than a hundred of other, smaller ones. I am reluctant to write on a subject that I am ignorant of, such as 1984, but for your diligence I will try my best to study it for you. Thank you, once again.
Review By [DarthTenebrus] • Date [18 Mar 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
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