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Could It Be Magic , Spike/Buffy/Andrew by [personal profile] dragonyphoenix.

In Service , NC-17 Fred/Darla by [profile] brutti_ma_buoni.

Chapter Three of Badly Done, Dawn, Badly Done by [profile] kwritten.

[community profile] fantas_magoria re-watches "Bad Girls" .

Band Candy icons by [personal profile] teragramm.

EW includes tributes from SMG & SG in their Wes Craven tribute article.

RIP Wes Craven

31 August 2015 08:13
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[personal profile] beer_good_foamy
I had a weird nightmare last night. I'm not saying it was a premonition or anything like that, just that when I tried to write it down this morning I promptly forgot it when I saw the headline "WES CRAVEN DEAD".

I grew up on Craven's movies - the ones I could find in reasonably non-mutilated state in my local video store, at least - and it's hard to imagine a Buffy TV series getting greenlit without the success of Scream.

I mentioned nightmares. His three big franchises - The Hills Have Eyes, Nightmare on Elm St and Scream - all worked (arguably up to a point) because they understood what dreams do, the fundamental weirdness that we spend a third of our lives unconscious giving our brains free rein: They take things we pretend we don't know and make us face the monster under the bed. The people left behind as part of our progress, the murders swept under the rug, the things you can't talk about in daylight. The calls that come from inside the house. You can choose not to go to summer camp, you can choose not to go to that weird cabin in the woods, you can choose not to build on top of graveyard... you can't choose not to dream. That Scream took the idea to another meta level made perfect sense, because where do those nightmares turn up? In horror movies.

Don't go there, Sid. You're starting to sound like some Wes Carpenter flick or something. Don't freak yourself out, okay? We've got a long night ahead of us.

He always brought a level of humour and self-awareness to his movies, not to replace horror (OK, some of the Elm St sequels got pretty ridiculous), but to heighten it, to make it more human, but also to help us handle it. You can't choose not to dream, but you can always fight back if you know the rules - just don't expect to ever, y'know, win permanently. He weaponised the sequel: The battle always goes on.

I rewatched Nightmare on Elm St for the Nth time a few weeks ago - the original, with a tiny Johnny Depp getting killed in one of the most memorable movie deaths I know - and it's still ridiculously good. 30 years of deconstructions, reconstructions, CGI advances and so-called culture wars (and if we're honest, some pretty crappy sequels) haven't taken one jot of power from Nancy desperately trying to make her parents understand that nightmares are real - and unlike all those other Final Girls of the 80s, calmly and deliberately taking matters into her own hands when they refuse to admit what they've created.

Thank you, Mr Craven. Sweet dreams.
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[personal profile] mific posting in [community profile] fanart_recs
Fandom: Orange is the new black
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: Alex Vause
Content Notes/Warnings: none
Medium: traditional art - drawing
Artist on DW/LJ: n/a
Artist Website/Gallery: Petitehoneybee on DA
Why this piece is awesome: Ending this month of OITNB with a great drawing of the gorgeous Alex. Love the detail in her hair and tattoo, and the texture of the shirt. An excellent likeness as well (I always comment about that as I'm crap at likenesses!)  Enlarge for all the details. 
Link: Alex Vause

Ancient herstory

31 August 2015 00:10
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Posted by Pooja Kawa

Pooja Kawa previews the first episode in a four-part BBC Two series on the history of women, from the beginning of civilisation to the present day

so I was bored...

30 August 2015 14:04
deird1: Sikozu looking interested (Sikozu)
[personal profile] deird1
Being in a rather silly mood, I thought I'd classify each of the Farscape characters by their alignment and class. That happened.

Crichton - Chaotic Good Bard
Crichton breathes chaos - so the alignment was pretty obvious. As for the character class: he's very into persuasion, negotiation, and trickery. He'll fight if he has to, but he'd rather look for a clever way around a problem.

and the rest )

Code push done!

29 August 2015 22:00
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We're updating the site momentarily! Once the dust settles, please let us know if anything isn't working as expected. I'll edit the entry here if we confirm any issues.

Update, 22:30: We've been done for about 30 minutes and haven't seen any issues, so please go ahead and let us know if you notice any problems!
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but you're legit not sure you can stay awake the half-hour until it starts.

You guys. YOU GUYS. I have not, in all my bitching and moaning about ~nausea and ~vomit, discussed how INSANELY TIRED I have been lately. I knew (because it was listed as one of the side effects, and also the pharmacist was like, "No, seriously, don't take this and then try to drive a car") that drowsiness was one of the side effects of Compazine, aka anti-nausea medicine number two. And I recognized that I was sleeping a lot, like more than is normal, even for a dehydrated and malnourished person, and that even the nature of my sleep was not normal.

This is a whole post about sleep )
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[personal profile] snickfic
I matched on Faith/Giles for [ profile] rarepairfest, and after a solid six weeks of scrabbling around, trying to decide what to write, I ended up saying screw it, obviously the solution is world-saving fuck or die.

I wrote the last of this story less than 24 hours before it went live, and I honestly have no idea whether it's any good. But hey, I finished it. And yay, Faith/Giles.

The Clockwork Circuit of the Stars (2099 words) by Snickfic
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Rating: Explicit
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Rupert Giles/Faith Lehane
Characters: Rupert Giles, Faith Lehane
Additional Tags: Post-Canon, Ritual Sex, Fuck Or Die, Slayer-Watcher Relationship

“So, Cliffnotes,” Buffy said. The table might’ve been round, but there was still no question which one of them was queen. “Slayer and watcher do the hokey-pokey, and the world keeps turning itself around.”

A long, thick, syrupy silence followed. Faith broke it by laughing, and everyone turned to glare. “What, like it’s going to be anyone except me and G?”

Code push!

29 August 2015 13:12
[staff profile] karzilla posting in [site community profile] dw_maintenance
[staff profile] mark and I are planning to do a code push tonight! We will start working around 7pm Pacific time but since it's my first time, the actual push to the site probably won't happen until closer to 8pm Pacific time.

Here's a partial list of changes that will go live with this push:

  • Rename swaps will accept rename tokens purchased on either account.

  • OpenID community maintainers will be able to edit tags on community entries.

  • Adorable new mood theme called "angelikitten's Big Eyes".

  • Username tag support for

  • Embedded content support for and

  • Additional space on the user profile page to list your Github username.

And as usual, many tweaks, small bugfixes, and the occasional page source rewrite.

We'll update again to let you know when the code push is in progress!
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[personal profile] sylvaine posting in [community profile] fanart_recs
Fandom: Dragon Age: Inquisition
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: Varric Tethras
Content Notes/Warnings: none
Medium: pencil, watercolour/digital art
Artist on DW/LJ: NA
Artist Website/Gallery: [ profile] momoconteng (sketches) | [ profile] aimosketchcard (sketch cards) | [ profile] irmaahmed (finished work) | artist site (currently being revamped) | artist store
Why this piece is awesome: I really adore Varric's confident pose and smirk, and the colourwork is great.
Link: on tumblr (If that link breaks, I have also reblogged it here.)

The Garden by Caelinay (SFW)

29 August 2015 18:25
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[personal profile] turlough posting in [community profile] fanart_recs
Fandom: Narnia
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: Digory in the Garden with Jadis in the background
Content Notes/Warnings: n/a
Medium: digital art
Artist on DW/LJ: n/a
Artist Website/Gallery: [ profile] caelinay

Why this piece is awesome: I started the month with a scene from The Magician's Nephew and I'm ending with another one.

While the Wood Between the Worlds seems to be quite common in fanart, I've seen very few depictions of the Garden. This is the one that's made the deepest impression on me. There is something quite unsettling, almost spooky about it. The golden glow of the tree and the silvery shimmer of the apples and the way Jadis is hovering in the darkness.

Link: The Garden
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Chapter Two of Badly Done, Dawn, Badly Done by [profile] kwritten.

Meta on Buffyverse souls by [personal profile] rahirah.

Spike/Buffy video by [personal profile] quinara.

Thinky thoughts on mental health issues in Season Seven by [personal profile] beccaelizabeth.

Laughingsquid ranks television series finales. AtS comes in at No. 11 and BtVS at No. 18.
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[personal profile] next_to_normal
This season's "big bad," such as it were, is a character named Ari Adamian, heir of an Armenian crime family, played by Rhys Coiro.

He also, I have noticed, bears some resemblance to my gastroenterologist.

At least, a younger version of him. And I have no idea if Coiro's accent is at all accurate, but it is similarly foreign enough, given my zero talent for identifying accents, to remind me of my doctor's accent (he's Hungarian). It's the kind of thing where the accent probably wouldn't ping me at all except he LOOKS like him, too, so. 

So now if you watch Graceland, you too can picture my GI doc as a crime boss. And when they make the movie of this part of my life (working title Vomit: The Neverending Story), I know who will be playing Dr. H.
quinara: Spike smoking on a crate. (Spike crate)
[personal profile] quinara
/Young Ones

The Fag Ends Anniversary Party is still going, people. I have a few things I will try and edit up (/embellish???) to bring over at some point, but I was occupied rather a lot this week by the saga of my desire to make a video, specifically for the Depeche Mode B-Side Fools, because [ profile] bogwitch prompted it (obviously), and I have been annoyed about not having made a video for ages. Long story short, when I replaced my laptop with a PC a few years ago, the ancient version of Windows Movie Maker stopped working with any file types apart from .wmv, and it was basically impossible to get any footage into it (and so far my attempts to try and find other software to make videos has been a complete disaster; for some reason I love WMM). However! After Windows 10 made me lose everything, and I had to find the CyberLink DVD player through a random menu, I discovered there was some CyberLink movie-making software on my computer, which was useless for everything APART FROM turning ripped .mkv DVD files into high quality .wmv files. And so I was saved!!

Of course, I then decided I wanted to make a Angel S5 Spuffy reunion vid, because I have wanted to make an AU vid for ages. So there was this whole business with downloading some dodgy version of The Grudge dubbed into Hindi and playing about with that and then deciding to invest a whole £1.27 in a DVD to make everything look nice, so then I had to wait for that to turn up. But now it's here!!! It is rather necessary to just go with the idea that LA and Tokyo basically look the same.

Do be careful if you have photosensitive epilepsy, as I would always say with any of my vids. As Hyperdub used to say about Burial tracks before you bought them, also, the glitches are part of the effect. ;)

A few more shots of courage and...

[BtVS/AtS + Depeche Mode, with some guest footage]
[HD on Vimeo // my other vids]

Vintage, Sophia Blackwell

28 August 2015 19:53
[personal profile] saunteringfiend posting in [community profile] poetry
Saturday's dress was someone else's, boned
so that it might have stood up on its own.
I wished I could have known its previous owner;
not just a London wife who had outgrown
the kind of life that needs a scarlet dress,
but a starlet, rubbing ice cubes on her breasts
to keep them pert. She'd sleep cocooned in corsets,
she'd be the broad who walked into the office
that drink-fogged Monday, something on her mind,
fur-lapped, with trembling lips, or a barefoot bride
skipping town, thumbing trucks down on neon strips.

Praying, I tugged the zip and slipped inside
another woman's skin, as if her sweat
had stiffened the seams like a salt-rimmed glass.
Oh, I was tits and hourglass hips and ass,
a viciously nipped waist, its hold as delicious
as a lover's embrace.

Of course, it kept its shape
later, when I stepped out of it. The rude
shock of nipples and dark cloud of hair
(no underwear) - I walked, like treading water
warily to bed, my skins pale lustre
somehow more flawed, nude as a shucked oyster.


28 August 2015 17:39
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Going to the same place three times in a row? A couple of years ago this was the epitome of Spießigkeit for me, boring, unimaginative and narrow-minded.

Well, this year we again returned to Lagos in Portugal, but my excuse is that it is a great place and we still hadn't seen everything.

For instance, we hadn't been inside the municipal market, an unremarkable building from 1924. More here )
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Posted by Ashley Cook

Amanda Palmer’s The Art of Asking is emotional and inspiring, but when it comes to the big questions she misses the mark, says Ashley Cook

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Chapter One of Badly Done, Dawn, Badly Done , BtVS/TVD crossover by [profile] kwritten.

Don't forget that the Comment Party is still going strong over at [community profile] sb_fag_ends.

JB is joining the cast of Hawaii Five-0.
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[personal profile] likeadeuce
Back from vacation and -- actually slogged through almost another whole work week since then. Vacation was lovely, beach was pleasant and the saltwater pool at the house we rented was soooooo pleasant I don't know what this crazy technology is but being able to spend time in a pool and not come out with my hair smelling like chlorine is amaze. Got lots of time in with my parents and sister + my nieces. Also got a lot of quality reading in which, together with the rest of the past month since I posted, gives me a pretty long list here which I'll try to handle in bullet points unless I really have something to say.
• What are you currently reading?

In the middle of my fourth Tessa Dare novel (A Lady by Midnight) as well as Starling by Racheline Maltese & Erin McRae, a m/m romance that [personal profile] stultiloquentia recommended.

• What did you recently finish reading?

Bullet points (or dashes since I don't remember how to make bullet points), the ones elsewhere in this post are cut-and-paste:

-A Night to Surrender and A Week to Be Wicked by Tessa Dare; the latter particularly was quite funny and makes some ingenious twists on the elopement-and-ruination tropes of the Regency era.

-- Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes. I think LB is brilliant but this book was trying to be like seven different things, and about 3 of them worked? Recommended mostly for the dead on social media satire/pastiche and the exploration of contemporary Detroit. Also has a well-drawn mother daughter relationship among POC protagonists. Avoid if gore/body horror/serial killers are deal breakers.

-- The Story of a New Name and Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay by Elena Ferrante. Books 2 and 3 in the Neapolitan Cycle (I read the first, My Brilliant Friend, a while ago, and book 4 is coming out September 1). Follows the two main characters through the 60s and 70s in Italy. Lots of daily life and politics, smart and often brutal examination of class. Lots of domestic abuse, including marital rape, which is included in the context of a very pointed feminist critique (the women in these books are not always easy to like, but the men are universally along a scale of toxic to brutal to -- at best-- useless. For all that, a good third of New Name takes place at a Mediterranean beach resort and so was pretty great to read by the pool. I wouldn't recommend these to everybody but if 'feminist roman a clef about class politics on the Italian Left in the mid-20th century sounds, anchored around a complex, emotionally intense friendship between women" sounds like your jam, then do it. Definitely should read these in order, though.

-- In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume (this is her new novel for adults). I felt like this was . . .anthropologically interesting? In a way it is to US air disasters and New Jersey in 1951 what the Ferrante books are to Italy in the 70s, but that's necessarily more familiar to me as an American reader. Too many point of view characters, some of whom are definitely more developed than others.

-- Paper Towns by John Green. Liked this a lot, good beach read with some surprising moments of insight.

-- The Green Road by Anne Enright. I picked this up because it was on the Man Booker shortlist (and available in audio, and pretty short.) Turns out Enright is an Irish novelist of some note that I wasn't familiar with, and I enjoyed her writing in this multigenerational family saga but in a minimalist way that collects and connects small moments to represent many lives over a lot of years. Also between reading this and Broken Harbor, I feel like I spent a weird amount of time thinking about the real estate bubble in Ireland in the early/mid-2000s. Interesting to see Enright make a lot of the same cultural observations that Tana French did which is not surprising because they are writing about the same place.

-- My Life in Middlemarch by Rebecca Mead. Turns out George Eliot (and her common law husband George Lewes) were pretty cool people. This is engaging personal literary criticism with some memoir and biography thrown in. Probably only interesting if you've read Middlemarch recently enough to remember it well (guilty; it also made me want to reread Mill on the Floss. And to watch the Middlemarch miniseries from the 90s, which naturally Netflix has taken off streaming since the last time I meant to watch it but didn't.

-- Master of the Mountain: Thomas Jefferson and His Slaves by Henry Wiencek: This book is annoying. Read The Hemingses of Monticello instead; or maybe Wiencek's book about George Washington, which is supposed to be good, but this one isn't.

Previously mentioned books I finished: Broken Harbor by Tana French (very affecting; I would probably not recommend this to anyone with young kids, and definitely not to anyone who doesn't want to read bad stuff happening to kids. Also SPOILER )

And The Three Body Problem by Cixin Liu, which has since (deservedly, I think, regardless of any surrounding shenanigans) won the Hugo Award for Best Novel.

In comics, I caught up with all of Gangsta. that's been published in the US, and read a lot of The Sixth Gun by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt, some of which is amazing creative supernatural stuff with a great heroine and some some of which is, "Vision Quest Cultural Appropriation Paloooza -- really, we're doing this?"

• What do you think you’ll read next?

I want to read Tana French's The Secret Place, though I need a break of indeterminate length first, I think. Also I have the back half of Marlon James' A Brief History of Seven Killings, Ta-Nehisi Coates' Between the World and Me and more romance novels calling, and the new Ferrante out on September 1. Plus I'm gonna read the new Jonathan Franzen as soon as the library gets it for me, if only to tweet incredulously about it.
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[personal profile] nanila
It's the end of the week and I'm fighting off a throat infection. Have a kid picspam; I know I need one.

These lecturers just keep getting younger and younger.

We went to the university this past weekend so that the bloke could have an office tidy and we could take the children to the Barber Institute (art gallery) and the Winterbourne botanic gardens. Ms Humuhumu took the opportunity to sit in his comfy swivel chair.

And brush up on her aerosol chemistry. As you do, of a Sunday.

+2 )

Over the past few weekends, we have encountered about twenty of the 200 owl statues gracing various locations in Birmingham and its environs. Below the cut: Humuhumu, with owls.

+7, last one not an owl )


27 August 2015 21:11
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[personal profile] quinara
Aaaaaaah, it was so good today. Possibly because Shabnam is my fave (and Stacey - and Kush, and possibly Martin after this for being so daft - and Tamwar always, and Mick), but the set pieces!!! But you should all watch this weirdly cropped YouTube upload. And Tuesday's, because it sets up the day of the stag do when this is all set.

Enjoy the camp and the running around the Square!! You will not regret it. Or maybe, but never mind.



Yes, these will probably keep disappearing...

Being invisi-bi

27 August 2015 08:08
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Posted by Megan Stodel

How can we talk about people in a way that acknowledges bisexuality? Megan Stodel explores the barriers and looks for answers

[personal profile] saunteringfiend posting in [community profile] poetry
This is the light of the mind, cold and planetary
The trees of the mind are black. The light is blue.
The grasses unload their griefs on my feet as if I were God
Prickling my ankles and murmuring of their humility
Fumy, spiritous mists inhabit this place.
Separated from my house by a row of headstones.
I simply cannot see where there is to get to.

The moon is no door. It is a face in its own right,
White as a knuckle and terribly upset.
It drags the sea after it like a dark crime; it is quiet
With the O-gape of complete despair. I live here.
Twice on Sunday, the bells startle the sky —
Eight great tongues affirming the Resurrection
At the end, they soberly bong out their names.

The yew tree points up, it has a Gothic shape.
The eyes lift after it and find the moon.
The moon is my mother. She is not sweet like Mary.
Her blue garments unloose small bats and owls.
How I would like to believe in tenderness –
The face of the effigy, gentled by candles,
Bending, on me in particular, its mild eyes.

I have fallen a long way. Clouds are flowering
Blue and mystical over the face of the stars
Inside the church, the saints will all be blue,
Floating on their delicate feet over the cold pews,
Their hands and faces stiff with holiness.
The moon sees nothing of this. She is bald and wild.
And the message of the yew tree is blackness – blackness and silence.
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[personal profile] turlough posting in [community profile] fanart_recs
Fandom: Narnia
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: Lucy & Mr. Tumnus
Content Notes/Warnings: n/a
Medium: digital art
Artist on DW/LJ: n/a
Artist Website/Gallery: [ profile] smudgethistle / [ profile] smudgethistle

Why this piece is awesome: My first contact with this artist was through their Classic Doctor Who work. (I've recced some of them in the comm, here, here, and here.) Like many of their earlier works this depiction of Lucy and Mr.Tumnus has charmingly whimsical air. I love the delicate colouring and the combination of naivistic linework and blocky, layered colourwork.

Link: What Lucy Found There (DeviantART) or here (Tumblr)
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[personal profile] tassosss posting in [community profile] fanart_recs

Fandom: The 100
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: Raven Reyes
Content Notes/Warnings: none
Medium: Painting
Artist on DW/LJ: n/a [ profile] jacquelinemcquade
Artist Website/Gallery: Deviant Art Gallery
Why this piece is awesome: I like this portrait because it's so realistic. You can see the character behind the eyes, captured in a moment.

Link: Raven Reyes, Snarky, Beautiful, Heroic

quietly fangirling

26 August 2015 10:08
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[personal profile] deird1
I am rather besotted by Elementary at the moment.

It's a crime show, which I like. It's also almost the first iteration of Sherlock Holmes I've seen where he isn't an arsehole.

My knowledge of the books is very limited. Most of what I know about the character is from Sherlock Holmes (RDJ), Sherlock, House, and Elementary. I have differing levels of affection for all the aforementioned - but Elementary is the first I've seen where Holmes's rudeness is purely from pragmatism, rather than because he actually gets a kick out of offending people.

(Also, it's really fun.)

Hockey Recs #7

25 August 2015 14:27
snickfic: text: Sign number 23 that you're obsessed with hockey: you think the proper way to spell the plural of leaf" is "leafs" (hockey)
[personal profile] snickfic
I always say I'm going to do make my next recs post a little sooner, and then I really, really don't. Maybe this time I'll learn.

FYI I'm probably about done reccing Kane/Toews, but there was one here in particular that I really loved and didn't want to leave out. However, I've stuck that pairing at the bottom so you can avoid it if you prefer.

Sid/Geno )

Other Pens Pairings / Pens Gen )

Pens Vids )

Other Pairings )

Kane/Toews )

Sonnet 116, William Shakespeare

25 August 2015 20:27
[personal profile] saunteringfiend posting in [community profile] poetry
Let me not to the marriage of true minds
Admit impediments. Love is not love
Which alters when it alteration finds,
Or bends with the remover to remove:
O no! it is an ever-fixed mark
That looks on tempests and is never shaken;
It is the star to every wandering bark,
Whose worth’s unknown, although his height be taken
Love’s not Time’s fool, though rosy lips and cheeks
Within his bending sickle’s compass come:
Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks,
But bears it out even to the edge of doom.
If this be error and upon me proved,
I never writ, nor no man ever loved.
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[personal profile] ruuger
This fic goes back to a few years ago when I found out that the girl who played Lisbon's niece on The Mentalist had also played a hunter on Supernatural, which gave me the idea of Lisbon's family being hunters (because she certainly has the family baggage to match the Winchesters). In this scenario, Jane would be a real psychic with his Citroen taking the place of the Impala. Cho would be an angel. Obviously.

This is the first of the The Mentalist-scene-with-a-Supernatural-twist stories that I thought of. I might write more if people are interested :)

He Who Fights Monsters (1794 words) by Ruuger
Fandom: The Mentalist
Rating: Teen And Up Audiences
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Patrick Jane & Teresa Lisbon
Characters: Teresa Lisbon, Patrick Jane
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Supernatural (TV) Fusion, Episode: s01e23 Red John's Footsteps, Crossover
Summary: The events of "Red John's Rules" in an AU where Lisbon is a hunter and Jane is an actual psychic.

You don't need to be familiar with both fandoms (I hope). For those not familiar with The Mentalist, this is the scene that the fic is based on.

Thanks to [ profile] bubblesbrnaid for the beta :)
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[personal profile] sylvaine posting in [community profile] fanart_recs
Fandom: Dragon Age 2
Characters/Pairing/Other Subject: Hawke/Isabela
Content Notes/Warnings: none
Medium: digital art
Artist on DW/LJ: NA
Artist Website/Gallery: [ profile] raviesbar
Why this piece is awesome: I love their expressions and poses, and Isabela's freckles are adorable.
Link: on tumblr (if that link breaks I have also reblogged it here.)


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