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Review of chapter "Blood and Madness" from Dusel
Review:
Heh, sorry about that. :D What I meant to say is that the last chapter was kind of weird to me. I personally haven't watched the newest movie, I have watched the classics though so I kind of scratched my head at the whole chapter with the Batmen. I personally stick with the comics, more interesting and mind-boggling adventures and all.

The way Faith was disgusted with herself after it all stopped was really a nice scene though it made me a little sad for her that the bad guy got to her. Which of course means that The Batman will have to kick her ass...I would have liked to have avoided that particular scene but I'll take what you have, this is certainly an intriguing beginning.

When you said there were no super-heroes like Superman and GL what exactly did you mean? That you'd stick with only humans? Because that begs the question - what kind of tech will you be introducing because it's the DCU still and it had some serious hardware. Which of course also sparked several villains and heroes.
Comments from author:
Oooooh, okay then.
In the second movie, one of the first scenes is of a typical secret meeting between Gotham crime bosses, which is crashed by what first looks to be the Batman, but is quickly revealed to actually be a group of Batman-themed vigilantes 'inspired' by his example. These guys were tricked out in homemade Bat costumes, with Kevlar vests and what were basically hockey and football pads.
They had guns, though, and they meant business, so there was actually some danger there beneath the stupidity. That's what I was going for here; a bunch of guys who wanted to stop crime, but were going about it in a sort of redneck idiot kind of way.

As for Batman kicking her ass--I have all kinds of respect for the Batman (the real one, not the wannabees), but I'm thinking he's going to have his hands full when trying to deal with Faith.

This being set in the version of the DC verse that houses the movie Batman/Bruce Wayne, I'll stay with characters that could legitimately show up in a Nolan movie. So, super-powered Aliens and the like are out, but skill and tech-based peoples, both heroes and villains, are fair game.
Tech that could show? Haven't really thought that far ahead, but probably nothing as crazy as Iron man (or whoever the DC version would be). Blue Beetle, or someone like that, sure.

So... even though you're not completely happy with the direction of the story, I'm glad you decided to drop in a review.
Thanks!
Review By [Dusel] • Date [28 Aug 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Blood and Madness" from Dusel
Review:
...Weird...
Comments from author:
...Okay...?
Review By [Dusel] • Date [28 Aug 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "In the halls of Academia" from fran
Review:
I Like, I Lust, I Love!!Please Update Soon!!
Comments from author:
LOL!
I'm not sure this dumb little story is worth that kind of enthusiasm, but thank you.
Review By [fran] • Date [27 Aug 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "In the halls of Academia" from CBD
Review:
I just remembered something, the Slayer line moves through Faith now, Giles is going to be pissed when Willow tells them what she did to get rid of Faith without realizing that she inadvertantly severed the Slayer Line
Review By [CBD] • Date [25 Aug 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "We don't want your kind here... Bitch" from Greywizard
Review:
Now this is an intriguing concept I haven't seen used before, and it's also perfectly in character for Season Four Willow to do.

Looking forward to seeing what the various repercussions of this situation are going to be, and how the Scoobies and the Gotham Gang are going to handle them.

After all, what are the reactions of the the Powers That Be and the Watchers Council going to be when they realize that one of their Champions is no longer available to call on when needed, and that it was an ally/supporter of the once-dead Slayer who is responsible for this situation? And what will the Scoobies' reactions be when they ultimately find out what Willow did? I rather doubt that she's going to cheerfully inform them of her actions, since I can't see her thinking even for a minute that Giles would agree that exiling her to another dimension would be a feasible solution to the problem Faith presents.

And this isn't taking into account the problems that the Bat Clan is going to be seeing when they discover a new, apparently metahuman citizen popping up in their city. The Batman doesn't react well (or all that nicely) to any apparent superhuman causing problems, so he'd be quite likely to handle any problems Faith creates with little finesse and even less consideration for the amount of damage his solution might inflict on his target.

On the other hand, if whichever Bat-person first meets up with Faith finds her saving people and kicking bad guy ass, she's probably going to be welcomed (however reluctantly Bruce might initially do so) and at least given a minimum amount of thanks, and possibly support.

And if it should happen she saves a recognized superhero or member of the Bat-Clan while doing so, she's going to find herself with a fair amount of gratitude and appreciation.

Anyway, I'll be following this to see where you're going with it.
Review By [Greywizard] • Date [24 Aug 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "We don't want your kind here... Bitch" from jormunguard
Review:
Interesting start. I'm curious to see how you play out Faith's character here, mainly because where you put this story. At this point Faith wasn't as crazy as she was earlier in the show because most of what she did in LA was to try and get Angel to kill her.
Comments from author:
Hi.
Hm, I always thought that at this point Faith was at her MOST crazy and dangerous, because she had absolutely nothing left to lose.
Death by Angel seemed like a better option than living with nothing, for nothing.
Review By [jormunguard] • Date [23 Aug 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "We don't want your kind here... Bitch" from JediLaSombra
Review:
Interesting start, just please don't make this a "Batman-gets-pwned-by-the-slayer" fic.
Review By [JediLaSombra] • Date [23 Aug 10] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "We don't want your kind here... Bitch" from michaelangelo
Review:
Good start, will it be another universe she gets sent to? I suppose the main question would be will she do what she did with Angel, to be honest I can't see her join up with someone like the Joker since she isn't a sociopath. To be honest she's nothing more than a thug and is more than likely to be more like the punisher, just without the guns and go to town on rapists and pimps.

Can't wait to find if I'm correct or not.
Comments from author:
Hey, she's not just a thug, she's a totally AWESOME thug!

We'll have to see where she goes with that.
Review By [michaelangelo] • Date [23 Aug 10] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "We don't want your kind here... Bitch" from Shulik
Review:
As much as I love Faith, it's always hard for me to read about her being so messed up. I guess that's why I like her happy and mostly sane in my own stuff.
Nevertheless, this is a great beginning, and I will definitely be watching out for this story.

Hey, bonus if crazy!Faith gets twisted up with the Joker in some way. Messed up psychos gotta stick together, right?
Comments from author:
Thank you so much for posting the first review!

I like Faith to find happiness sometimes too, it's just that the world seems to make her work harder for it than most people.
Review By [Shulik] • Date [23 Aug 10] • Not Rated
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