Wednesday Multifandom Rec Post, 10/26 October 26, 2016Posted by Erin Ptah in Recommendations.
Like everybody else, I loved the glimpse of Jon and “Stephen” in their retirement cabin that we got on the Late Show. Unlike everybody else, I promptly started plotting weird reality-hopping friendship fic as backstory for how Late Show Stephen was able to visit it.
A cycle of denial, anger, bargaining, depression and… more denial.
A bunch of times Batman ambushed people in the shower, and a time or two someone ambushed him.
Bruce Wayne is either really bad at Twitter, or really, really good.
Superman decided to try out a new costume. He did not consult the artist. In fairness, he was a little miffed that he’d been drawing weird porn of him, so. Fair’s fair.
The Horcrux in Harry’s head wakes up and begins talking to Harry long before he’s ever heard the name Voldemort. Philosopher’s Stone AU.
It was funny to call it normal, but life can be funny sometimes: that was what Lavender had said, and Dudley, who knew he wasn’t very clever, was bound to agree with her.
The room of requirement’s gone mad — at least, that’s what Harry thinks. There’s no way that Draco Malfoy ‘requires’ him, of all people, but why does it keep dragging Harry there like he’s some kind of furniture, every time Malfoy enters it? Throw in Pansy the pervert and a clipboard-wielding Hermione, and things can only go from bad to worse. And that’s not even mentioning the pirates . . .
Minka knows something that the world should know.
In which Hut 33 prove, once again, that they’re decades ahead of their times, and they discover the rarest of men.
Minka has vanished and has been replaced by an unconvincing impersonator. Gordon is surprised to realise he’s the only one to notice.
The staff of Hut 33 must stay in Bletchley over Christmas. Minka has an idea about how to celebrate.
After an unfortunate response to a German transmission, the staff of Hut 33 find themselves on unofficial combat training.
Elle’s always noticed women. Elle, Enid, and Vivian, lovers and friends in law school, learning how to be who they are.
When Langwidere is seven, her uncle chops off her head.<br/>
It doesn’t kill her, of course.