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Review of chapter "Leverage International" from Sanabalis
Review:
I like it! Looking forward to more of it, even if it's from someone else.
Could've added Martin Bishop and his team(Sneakers),
The Saint,
Ethan Hunt (Mission Impossible),
Dade Murphy and his team (Hackers),
maybe even Willow Rosenberg, aka. Will o' the wisp. :P :)
Review By [Sanabalis] • Date [6 Apr 14] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Leverage International" from slmncpm
Review:
AWESOME!!!!!
Review By [slmncpm] • Date [10 Dec 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Leverage International" from Selonianth
Review:
So, I have... almost none of the context for how or why Nate and Sophie left, and I don't want to know, but I can't stop laughing at it. I only missed out on one or two of the references. I loved all of them though. Burn Notice, Chuck, White Collar, A-Team, Highlander, and Bourne. On their own, each is a dangerous enemy. Together? Rich pricks the world over would be pissing themselves if they ever learned exactly what's going on.
Review By [Selonianth] • Date [19 Nov 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Leverage International" from eriktheviking
Review:
Much more fun than the series became in later episodes.
Comments from author:
Thanks
Review By [eriktheviking] • Date [16 Nov 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Leverage International" from HarmMarie
Review:
Liked this.
Comments from author:
Always good to know.
Review By [HarmMarie] • Date [16 Nov 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Leverage International" from Greywizard
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A fun idea that lends itself to pretty much any plot bunyip that comes to mind. ;-)

Very nice. Will we be seeing more of this 'verse?
Comments from author:
Glad ya enjoyed it. As for more I dunno.
Review By [Greywizard] • Date [15 Nov 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Leverage International" from batzulger
Review:
It would be a tough set of stories to write with this many characters. I might take a swing at one or two if you don't mind texaswookie.
Comments from author:
Go ahead and have fun with this if your interested.
Review By [batzulger] • Date [15 Nov 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Leverage International" from Harry
Review:
I KNOW its a one shot, but PLEASE, consider a sequel! Something this good does NOT come along very often!
Comments from author:
batzulger has asked for the chance to run with it. Being a fan of batzulger stories I couldn't resist handing the ball off.
Review By [Harry] • Date [15 Nov 13] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Leverage International" from AkashaDrake
Review:
You know, considering that they just went as worldwide as they did, I think it possible that the Black Book is full of people that the government considers irrelevant on the war on terror.

And we know a couple of folks with access to any information fed via computers, and a problem with the irrelevant numbers getting away with crimes.

So I'd expect that somewhere in all the windows is, depending on if Hardison had computers, cell phones, security cameras, etc around, either a static-filled, anonymous box,or a pic of an older man in a suit, who wears glasses, and behind him, a library.

But that's just a suggestion.
Review By [AkashaDrake] • Date [15 Nov 13] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Leverage International" from fanreaderonetwo
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Given that then data on the accounts in that database the Leverage crew stole was already a couple of years old when the Feds assembled it I always wondered how much money was still in them. How hard is it for the account's owners to transfer the money elsewhere, and possibly bounce it around umpteen times to make following it impossible.

Of course logic, solid plotting, and the plausibility of their plots and scams were _never_ strong suits of the Leverage TV show, so why should the series finale be any different?

Also the idea of grifters and "infiltration experts" sending their images out seems dumb, consider how devastating professionally it would be to Neil, Mozzie and Jarod (among others) if their faces got plastered all over the internet and on every fraud and ID theft/impersonation database in the world. Image of Jared showing up somewhere under another name on a "mission" and being greeted by name, with or without police presence. "Hi Mr Jared, who are you here to mess with"?
Comments from author:
A lot of interesting questions I'll try and answer them.
1.) The Black Box told them how much money that the big wigs managed to get away with slipping out. knowing the amount and who they were it would make them a target. The best part would be that the various governments were the ones that found all of the people for them and putting them in the cross hairs of the Leverage Crew.

2.) Agreed logic never was overly solid, particularly the last season even if it was fun to watch.

3.) I'll give you point here. Some of the people here are paranoid enough that I doubt that they would get on video conferences that easy. Mozzie being the most paranoid of the group.

Although A lot of times Jarod went by his first name. A lot of his identities just had different last names. I guess he'll argue that his name was really popular that year or something. ;}
Review By [fanreaderonetwo] • Date [15 Nov 13] • Not Rated
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