fan fiction

Diving head first into the intricate worlds of superheroes, movies, and all things pop culture.

  • Monique Star
    Published about 18 hours ago
    Just Meeting Up With James

    Just Meeting Up With James

    Mary was working hard with the latest craft courtesy of her sewing machine and the various materials she was able to get her hands on. By the time she finished her latest costume that could fit her frame, she heard a friend of hers being let into the house and coming up the stairs.
  • Monique Star
    Published a day ago
    Bad Boy Meets Battered (part 2)

    Bad Boy Meets Battered (part 2)

    Warnings: abuse, not an expert in law, implication of forcing prostitution onto a minor
  • Monique Star
    Published 4 days ago
    Bad Boy Meets Battered

    Bad Boy Meets Battered

    Warnings: a swear, domestic abuse, postitution
  • K.S Rhaw
    Published 4 days ago
    Valiant:FPID

    Valiant:FPID

    We cut to Rochelle getting out of class. She felt uneasy and couldn't quite put her finger as to why. She just felt there was something cold and dead in the air. She felt this way every year on her birthday.
  • Bernadhette Jeanne Bier
    Published 5 days ago
    THE MULTIVERSUM DIVINATION:

    THE MULTIVERSUM DIVINATION:

    The crossover of timeline between Avengers, Persona 5 and the foretelling of the Phoenix Prophecy IMAGINE / STORY
  • Monique Star
    Published 6 days ago
    Virgil In Quarantine

    Virgil In Quarantine

    Warnings: tough family from the perspective of a mentally ill adultolescent, mention of hypothetical homicide, suicidal contemplation
  • Robert Santana
    Published 8 days ago
    The Art of Fan Fiction

    The Art of Fan Fiction

    Picture your favorite movie franchise, your favorite comfort read, or favorite show to binge. What is it about these things that captured you, made you hold it above others? Have they changed you in some way? Do you feel a sort of emotional attachment to the characters? Maybe it was the first time you fervently enjoyed something in a certain genre. Whatever it is, the reality is that you’re never going to be alone in that feeling. The beauty of the pervasiveness of entertainment media is that there are hundreds of thousands or even millions of people who experienced and love the same things you do. Bonds have formed over shared love of a book. Friendships have strengthened over shared interests that were once thought obscure. Family time has been saved many a time by a fun, old movie. This is what it is to be a part of a fandom.
  • Monique Star
    Published 10 days ago
    The Only Way to Win His Heart

    The Only Way to Win His Heart

    Warnings: drunk, references to an accident and a surgery
  • Cathylouise Ablett
    Published 10 days ago
    The Return of the Order: Act 31

    The Return of the Order: Act 31

    An uneasy calm settled over the Birch household. Lord Birch had awoken in a sombre mood the previous day, having been informed of Margaret’s deteriorating health and the reasons for it. However, the news that greeted him this day was much more positive. Seeing the smiling faces of the twins and their reapers at breakfast gave him hope that maybe, just maybe, there would be a positive outcome in all of this, for Sebastian’s family at least.
  • Natasha Skelton
    Published 10 days ago
    Fan fiction

    Fan fiction

    At some point after watching your favourite tv show I imagined at some point you said to yourself, I could have done that episode better, like something was missing or this should have been different. Those kinds of thoughts go around my mind often, I tend to watch Doctor who, lord of the rings. The sort of programmes were the possibilities go far beyond and can make a lot or no sense at all. It’s a case of reality can be really dull and boring, so we transport ourselves to another world.
  • Monique Star
    Published 11 days ago
    The Periwinkle Frog

    The Periwinkle Frog

    Chet Sanders was Prince of Offen. Even as a young lad, he knew that the royal bloodline would consist of a lot that would take up his day, so he always made sure he'd run off to play and act his age. Switching into the clothes of the librarian's young son made it easier for him to pretend his life wasn't cluttered with so many responsibilities, so he found it easier to feel less like the odd one out when playing with the other kids of the kingdom.
  • Monique Star
    Published 13 days ago
    Horror Orchestrator

    Horror Orchestrator

    TD arrived at the community center and saw a few things that were only mildly surprising to him: his boyfriend on a computer at a desk (although he was sitting in a chair backwards) and four of their friends on tables with helmets on their heads that were connected to the computer. TD approached his crazy boyfriend and chuckled.