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Uploaded on August 24, 2016
Dance With Me -
The dance sequence in the films "Miss Potter," "Young Victoria" and "Cinderella" got me to thinking how to set these enchanting moments to an Alternative Universe Lois and Clark for sheer romance!
Hurt Before... -
Clark Kent had met Lex Luthor during his years in college and is already onto him when he meets his new colleague Lois Lane. Together they investigate the Messenger explosion and Lois is beginning to suspect that Clark Kent has a secret...
...I Knew the Truth -
In this continuation to "Hurt Before," Lois is shocked to learn that Lex Luthor is not the only one having a huge secret and exposing Clark could even be the bigger story. Should she keep the secret of the man who saved her life to find out the truth about Lex Luthor?
Life and Death in the Other Lane -
In a very alt-world, Lois Lane disappears from the Congo while chasing a story and is presumed to be dead. But when she suddenly reappears in Clark's life, she brings a hidden past and violence with her.
A missing scene provides context for Lois' varying emotional states during the episode "The Green, Green Glow of Home."
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