Fanfic by Filename – R
Alphabetical by story filename — and each story's filename is unique.
Race Against Time
A short poem based on the episode "Lois and Clarks."
After Clark's worst nightmare nearly comes true, he's forced to face a most unexpected enemy: himself. Will it cost him everything he holds dear? Warning: this story contains some violent scenes.
Alt-Clark finds sorrow and joy in being a hero.
Cat Grant once again attempts to make Clark Kent one of her conquests, and in so doing, she makes a fool of herself once again.
In the light of a new day, clarity comes. And it's not always welcome, especially for Lois.
It's Raining on Prom Night
Just how did Clark learn how to cut his invulnerable hair with his heat vision? An unfortunate haircut mistake on prom night has some comic and tragic repercussions for 16-year-old Clark Kent.
Rain on Your Wedding Day
This story is set in the time of the episode "House of Luthor," but there's no kryptonite cage. Perry, Jimmy and Jack aren't staying at Clark's apartment. There's only a confused Lois and a heartbroken Clark. What would have happened then?
It's All About the Raisins
During a leisurely breakfast, Lois and Clark discuss an advice column and come to some interesting conclusions about raisins.
Every action has consequences.
What is the nature of love? And is it like flying?
Rapture in Metropolis
Wendy Richards and Kaethel
Being a reporter involves an ability to act quickly when one's cover needs to be protected. As Lois and Clark are parading as newlyweds in the Honeymoon Suite of the Lexor Hotel, a little performance for the benefit of a maid stirs a longing for each other that they didn't suspect.
It's All Just Rather Funny
Another take on how Superman could have reacted to Lois at the end of "Barbarians at the Planet."
Revelation (After Churches ... )
Lois jumps to conclusions when she sees a not-completely-dressed Mayson Drake leaving Clark's apartment early in the morning.
Reactions (AFS #43)
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After almost losing Lois Lane, Clark makes an important decision about their relationship.
Reader, I Married Him
Wendy Richards and Tank Wilson
It's Lois and Clark's wedding day, at last. Everything is just perfect; nothing can go wrong... or can it?
The "Real" Honeymoon
The author's scenario for Lois and Clark's honeymoon. The lovestruck couple checks into a Hawaiian hotel.
Even superpowers don't help when you're in trouble with Lois Lane.
As Lois prepares for her second wedding to Clark, she gets a little reality check.
Reality Ends Here and Fantasy Begins
An Elseworld Fic: A college student suddenly finds herself at the Daily Planet, making friends with Lois, Clark and especially Jimmy.
REALLY Alone at Last
Guests at Clark's surprise birthday party refuse to take the hint that what he really wants is to be alone with Lois. An alternate ending to the episode "AKA Superman."
Lois and Clark: The Really New Adventures of Superman
Joy N. Sowell
It's a bumper week for the Kents. First, a baby left on their doorstep, then they have to handle the raging hormones and budding relationship of Lucy Lane and Jimmy Olsen.
Really Smart Kids: A Plot Un-Twist Challenge Vignette
The "Smart Kids" are a little smarter in this Plot Un-twist Challenge response, and the world is a better place for it...
The Real Me
He's starting to realize that if he wants a real relationship with Lois Lane, then she deserves to know who he really is.
A Reason to Love
Clark protects Lois from a prison escapee who has vowed vengeance on her for putting him away.
Reason: Thank You. Destination: Heaven
Sometimes we believe it's too late to tell people we love how we feel. In this short story, Lois realizes it's never too late -- or too early -- to let friends know how much their friendship means.
A girl wakes up in a vat of goo with hardly any memories of who she is.
Clark comes to a startling realization about where he is in his life while talking with his girlfriend... Crossover of sorts with the New 52 Reboot.
The Return of Brainiac
Jon B. Knutson
Milton Fine, the possessed mentalist, returns, and uses his mind control powers to try to force Superman to kill his friends, Jimmy and Perry.
After three years of hiding from the world, Clark decides to face justice for what he did to Bill Church. But what Lois thought would be a mere formality turns into a trial -- where Superman is accused of murder! Sequel to "The Masonry of Life."
Recognition: The Only Way
After a brief interlude in Smallville, Lois and Clark find their new relationship tested when enemies of Superman try to curb the superhero and Lois gets help from an unexpected source. The third and final part to the author's "Recognition" series.
Explaining the Recant
A story written to justify Clark's reasons for taking back his vow of love for Lois at the end of the episode "The House of Luthor."
La Recherche du Dayzs Perdu
Memories of a holiday in Portugal ... the scent from a window box prompts a daydream.
A Recipe for Trouble
Perry carries out an ultimatum -- with interesting results.
Lois and Clark attempt to unravel a forty year old murder mystery in Minnesota while, at the same time, they confront their mutually intensifying feelings for each other.
In this sequel to the fanfic "Recognition (Truth)," Lois and Clark try to bring an old mystery to its necessary close while they discover the true depth of their love. Their future happiness depends on examining and understanding past events from the perspective of present truths.
Red, Wanda, Lois and Clark
A story that describes what might have happened had Red decided to go the hospital after Wanda, and found Clark there!
The Red Bikini
Summer is a time for sun, sand, and surf. But a bikini has the Man of Steel seeing red.
Clark Kent, the Red-Caped Kryptonian
Emily M. Hanson
A response to the Christmas Filk Challenge on the Fanfic Messageboards.
Old sins come back to haunt Lois when Claude suddenly appears on the scene and threatens to destroy Lois and Clark's future. The future of a young man is also interwoven in this introspective study of guilt and forgiveness.
Red in the Morning
Mary Potts a.k.a. Queen of the Capes
Okay, Superman, you're going to have some explaining to do regarding the "morning after" and a certain public display. How will Lois react when she finds out?
Red Like Kryptonite
In the conclusion to the author's "Target: Lois Lane," Clark is acting differently and Lois thinks he's trying to avoid her after the previous night when things got out of hand between them. Intergang is lurking in the shadows, making a play for ownership of the Daily Planet. When Perry is kidnapped the Planet becomes even more vulnerable. Will Lois and Clark be able to stop them or will their personal issues get in the way?
Kidnapped by Redneck Kryptonians
Emily M. Hanson
Set in the present, Lois and Clark's infant son is kidnapped by -- you guessed it -- redneck Kryptonians!
Clark takes care of business, starting with a certain DEA agent.
The Red Skirt
When Lois and Clark believe that there is no chance for a romantic relationship between them, they are each faced with second choices, while Lois goes out of town to help an old friend in trouble.
The Kents travel to an island paradise in the hopes of a relaxing vacation, but soon find themselves facing the threat of a volcanic eruption ... without the help of Superman. The sixth story in the author's "Kent Family" series.
In a bureaucratic world, what is a superhero supposed to do?
Reflections From Space
A romantic sonnet in which Clark reflects on what he leaves behind, as he leaves with the New Kryptonians.
Reflections of a Silver Ball Point Pen
Emily M. Hanson
A short experimental fic from the point of view of a pen that is much more than it seems.
A delightful alternate ending for the episode "The House of Luthor." Where did Lois go after her interrupted wedding to Lex? Let's suppose Clark had taken matters into his own hands.
Lois and Clark finally make it to the altar. Clark learns that getting to the honeymoon requires a bit more effort and a few sacrifices. Lois proves that she will fight with everything she has if it's anything regarding Clark.
Lois overhears a conversation between two men in her life and takes action -- an action which gives her more than she bargained for.
Regrets. We all have them. But are they enough to push a woman to divorce a man as esteemed and connected as Lex Luthor?
Laura Lane Kent finds romance where she least expects it. A vignette set in the same universe as the author's "The Wedding."
LCWS: A Relapse
A short tale about a FOLC's battle with LCWS and how life is making her slip through a man named Dean.
A newly married Lois and Clark consider parenthood when a surprise visitor shows up at the Planet.
Lois, Clark, Lucy and Jimmy venture through the jungles of their respective relationships. And Lois and Clark go grocery shopping and cook Italian together.
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A simple burglary sends Jonathan Kent back in time to 1997, where he has to balance his desire to help with his fear of messing up his future. It's up to the extended Kent family, and some friends from their superpowered social club, to bring him home, if they can.
What if...when Lex proposed, he didn't wait for Lois to answer? What if...Lois's uncertainty caused a delayed reaction to his question? One Lex assumption + One Lois delayed reaction = One woman who is Reluctantly Engaged.
Reluctantly Engaged II: Readily Engaged
One Lois-who-has-finally-come-to-her-senses-and-realized-she-loves-Clark + One Lois-still-technically-engaged-to-Luthor = One major roadblock to being Readily Engaged
Two people from Lois and Clark's past keep tabs on the couple's relationship...and find their own way to happiness. Takes place from "Ultrawoman" to post-series.
A Remarkable Woman
Lois just isn't your typical woman.
A Night to Remember
Patty Macy and Louette McInnes
Three weeks before her wedding, thieves rob Lois' apartment and rough up Lois, who catches them in the act. Clark is worried the thieves will come back, and he makes plans to keep her safe. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor plots.
An elderly Clark lies on his deathbed, surrounded by his loving family.
What if Lois was just suddenly gone? But no one seemed to miss her? Could Lois and Clark find each other without remembering they had ever known each other?
Joy N. Sowell
Lois reflects on her past -- her family, and her "federal disasters" -- and concludes that she's just not lovable. Clark disagrees, and says so -- and also helps her to understand why she keeps getting him mixed up with Superman in her mind.
Remembering to Fly
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An amnesiac Clark Kent is found by Lois Lane during Nightfall. With the Kents unable to make it to Metropolis, it's up to Lois Lane to help him remember who he is. (Set during Season 1)
A sad story in which Lois bids a final farewell to Clark before he goes to New Krypton, not knowing if they will ever see each other again. WARNING: deathfic
Jana L. Officer
It has been weeks since Stern's announcement that the Planet was back in business, but Lois and Clark still haven't talked. Can they finally put their insecurities aside and move forward?
Remember Now What We Forgot
Lois has regained her memory but finds she needs time to sort through the kaleidoscope of emotions that bombard her. Continuity-wise, this story takes place after the episode "Oedipus Wrecks."
Lois and Clark's marriage seems headed down a rocky path, but a woman with a knack for helping relationships gives Lois a new perspective.
Remnants of Chaos
Emily M. Hanson
A Lois & Clark/Spider-man/X-Men crossover. Tatiana Alexander escapes once again. While she plots revenge, Jimmy goes undercover as Shade. Meanwhile, can Peter Parker keep his boss from finding out about Spider-man?
Remember When It Rained
A rewrite of the events at the end of the episode "And The Answer Is." Lois and Clark each get new partners -- will they be able to settle their differences and be together again?
Reporter Without a History
Lois discovers something she didn't know about Clark Kent, and Clark suddenly finds himself in an awkward position at work.
When Lois doesn't show up for work and can't be reached by phone, Clark and Perry go to her apartment ... to find the worst sight imaginable.
Requiem for a Father
"And how are you dealing with the loss of your father?" Dr. Friskin asked, peering at Lois through her thick glasses.
What do you do if your insurance doesn't reimburse the full value on a damaged item? Lois comes up with a Super solution.
Reserved for You
In this 30-minute challenge story that takes place at the end of the episode "The Eyes Have It," Clark proves to Lois that a kiss from Mayson doesn't mean what she thinks it does.
Miriam Amos Nihart
Lois still hasn't regained her memory, but she has accepted Dr. Max Deter's proposal of marriage. Perry cooks up a plan to get Lois and Clark working together again, but Clark, feeling he's broken under the last straw, quits the Planet to become Superman full-time. A continuation of the episode "Forget Me Not."
Set after the episode "Season's Greedings," when Lois finds herself alone on New Year's Eve, a special visitor may be just what she needs to ring in the new year with newfound clarity about her relationship with Clark -- and Superman.
Rest and Reproduction
Lois asks Clark out for dinner at the Lexor Hotel, but turns out to have far more than dating on her mind.
Rest in Peace
After the destruction of the Daily Planet, the retired editor-in-chief is trying to make sense of what happened.
Resurrection No More
This "if only" story considers what might have happened if Mayson hadn't died from the car bomb (with one other twist!), thanks to some help from Superman.
Lois and Clark plan a weekend away from it all. But, as usual in the lives of Lane and Kent, "it all" doesn't seem to want to leave them alone!
On New Krypton, Kal-El is arrested as a traitor when he refuses to marry Zara and affirms his intention to marry the earthling, Lois Lane.
The Return of Lex (again)
Lois suspects Lex Luthor may have survived the collapse of the tunnels in the episode "Seconds."
After almost five years, Lois returns from the Congo. But is she still the same old Lois? This is the sequel to "First Date" set in the alternate universe.
The Return of Mxyzptlk
Mxyzptlk returns to the third dimension to take revenge on Lois and Clark.
The Return of the Morning Stubble
Cuddling in bed is all very well, but how do you deal with steel-hard stubble scratching your face? If you're Lois, you play dirty ....
The Return of the Son of the Brother of the Revenge of the Evil Haircut
This is it. Lois has finally decided to take the plunge and get a haircut. But can she trust a fashionable beauty parlour called "Wild Style" with her looks? Find out in this response to Tank Wilson's de-retirement-challenge.
The Return to Clark's Apartment
What if Lois had stayed at Clark's apartment instead of Jimmy's in the episode "Return of the Prankster"?
The Return of the Suit
After Clark's secret is revealed to the world, the citizens of Metropolis must adjust when he decides to change his rescue attire. Or, they might just whine about it and appeal to a higher authority...
The Return of Ultra Woman
As a result of the incidents that occurred in "Luck and Consequences," Lois has recovered the powers that she had as Ultra Woman. However, now it's several years later and she has a daughter to consider. What will she do?
After Clark departs for New Krypton, Lois dreams a vivid dream in which her fiance is caught between life and death.
Revelation - No Angst (Or It Could Have Happened This Way)
Honesty turns out to be the best of policies in this revelation vignette.
Revenge of the Bride of the Twelve Thirsty Butchers
Clark's children have had enough with their sister's bizarre movie choices. Perhaps a little revenge is in order? (Part of the Martha & Lara series)
Revelations -- Clark's Story
Clark tells Lois the truth before he freezes her in the episode "And the Answer Is...." A companion story to my story "Revelation -- Lois' Story."
After Lois and Clark go on an undercover assignment, they find themselves facing a change in their relationship and much speculation in the newsroom, as well as one unresolved issue.
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This story is a sequel to the author's "Blooming Time."
A distraught Lois beats on Clark's door at 4 o'clock in the morning, looking for a little company but hoping for something more with her partner.
Lois ruminates over the revelation that Clark is Superman after her frozen slumber.
Revelation, Anyone? A Smashing Discovery
Lois dreams of a tormenting tennis match and wakes to find her subconscious has served up an earth-shattering discovery.
Revelations at the Lake
Christmas Eve at the Lane family lake cabin reveals more than one strange thing.
A Revelation by Any Other Name
Whilst taking a jog, rain causes Lois to stop at Clark's place. What will she discover?
Revelations in Captivity
A "revelation" fic that centers largely on the events that took place in the episode "That Old Gang of Mine" and Lois' reactions to them. Lois and Clark get locked in a department store by accident and a secret is revealed during a game of Truth or Dare.
Revelations on a Dropping Ball
After a bizarre "revelation" on Christmas Eve, there're more to come on New Years. (Follows Revelations on the Lake)
Revelations, or What Clark Should NOT Do
Lynn S. M.
Ten things that Clark should NOT do to reveal his big secret to Lois.
A Revelation of Trust
Set in season one during the time of "Honeymoon in Metropolis," Lois Lane discovers Clark's secret by chance in an elevator. However, she decides to keep this revelation to herself, hoping that Clark will choose to trust her on his own.
The prank war between Clark, Bruce and Lois continues. This is round three after *Bat-Conference* and *The Next League Meeting*.
Lex Luthor Jr. seeks revenge on Lois and Clark. This story is in response to Juliet's challenge on Zoomway's messageboards to write a dark or death fanfic.
Lois's Sweet Revenge
A continuation of the episode "And the Answer Is..." in which Lois hatches a plot to make Clark squirm a little for not revealing himself as Superman.
Ellen Lane interferes a bit too much in their upcoming wedding, and Lois and Clark are trying to find a way to stop her.
Reversal of Fortune
What if Clark had been a rich man and Lex a small-time reporter? Would Lois still find her way to the man she's meant to be with?
The Revenge of Ultrawoman
An adorable story in which Lois gets the chance to turn the tables on Clark with some interesting complications.
When Lois and Clark investigate the disappearance of artifacts from an archaelogical excavation, they both learn how the past can be rewritten. This takes place near the end of season two sometime after "Individual Responsibility" but before "Whine, Whine, Whine." From the beginning it was easy for me to understand what Lois could see in Clark. I honestly used to wonder sometimes just what he saw in her. This story is what my inner mild-mannered reporter had to say on the matter.
Revisiting the House of Luthor
Lois's wedding to Lex is fast approaching, but one night at Clark's apartment has her world turned upside down. Could she be marrying the wrong man?
Revelation -- Lois' Story
Clark tells Lois the truth before he freezes her in the episode "And the Answer Is...." A companion story to my story "Revelation -- Clark's Story."
Clark's revelation to Lois leads to Lois' revelation to Clark which leads to...
A Revelation Poem
A poem in which Clark has just saved the day again, but Lois has become suspicious of yet another disappearance and flimsy excuse. Set in Season 1 or 2.
Clark has a revelation for Lois, and she reacts.
Clark's revelation to Lois doesn't go as he planned.
A silly little short short about Lois' new dog.
Remembering the Fallen
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes.
Rhapsody in a Blue Sky
Life is hard for an 18-year-old. Especially if you're Clark Kent. But one day, he discovers he can fly, and his life takes a turn for the better. And so he discovers that life maybe isn't all that bad after all...
Lois switches places with her future self.
The Right Chemistry
What would happen if Dr. Klein got a little carried away with some of his Biochemical tests? A revelation story with a touch of techno-babble.
Right Off the Bat
When the space station is suddenly sabotaged, Lois must team up with Clark to find the culprit, and it looks like it might be... Bruce Wayne?
Right on Time
A young research assistant is coming to terms with having a partner who is, well, a bit odd. But she ain't seen nothing yet! Chapter 3 in the author's series, "Jon Kent: The Adventures of a New Superman," this story is a sequel to "Awakenings" and "Here We Go Again."
Rights and Responsibilities
Mayson's death leaves Clark second-guessing himself and where he fits in the world.
I am sure we all pondered the question: where did Clark purchase Lois's engagement ring? Was he nervous? Happy? Did the store's owner realize who he was? The series never answers any of these questions so I thought this story might clear up the matter. A story set between season two and three.
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Clark finds himself drawn to a certain item of jewelry over the course of his relationship with Lois Lane.
A Ring on his Finger
Superman seen wearing a wedding ring?? It can't be! But there it is ... all over the tabloids. How can our favorite couple get out of this one?
RIP Lois Lane
Tank Wilson and Wendy Richards
In this latest of the Tank and Wendy challenges, Tank calls this rewrite of TOGOM ("This Old Gang of Mine") "another slight twist to the most rewritten episode ever."
Lynn S. M.
Barry's thoughts on first learning about Superman. A super-short fic written for the 2014 fund-raiser for the Lois & Clark message board.
Worth the Risk (Elvis Says "Hi")
When Intergang sends kryptonite to Lois' apartment in an attempt to hurt Superman, it's Clark who gets sick. Taking care of him, Lois makes the big discovery. Later, caught at the center of an Intergang plot, she almost dies and finds herself at heaven's gate, where she has an interesting discussion with Elvis (who's filling in for St. Peter).
What if they had ordered a pizza instead of takeout from Ralph's Pagoda?
Linda King's flirting with Clark bothers Lois so much that she snaps and... stakes a territorial claim on Clark.
The Rival -- Matchmaker Style
This is the ninth story in the Matchmaker Style series. Lois finds herself having to work with her old college roommate and best friend, Linda King. She doesn't have to worry about Clark because they tell Linda about their marriage; however, Linda thinks that Superman is fair game.
The Road Taken
What might have happened to Clark if Lana Lang had accepted him despite his differences? How might their lives have turned out? How would Lois Lane have fit into his world? Maybe, it might have happened something like this story suggests.
The cat that broke the camel's back.
Gerry Anklewicz and ML Thompson
In this elseworld tale, Lois and Clark find themselves involved in an investigation of mysterious drugs and kidnapping.
A long drive and a sentimental song help Lois and Clark to come to a momentous decision.
Kryptonite and Robitussin have an interesting impact on Clark Kent.
Rocks, Rings and Hammers
After a hard day of work, Lois hears sounds coming from inside the brownstone that should definitely only be occurring if she were inside with her husband.
The Rocky Road To Clark
What happens after Lois accepts that date with Dan Scardino at the end of the episode "Target: Jimmy Olsen"?
In a world where Lex Luthor was born as a woman, many things are different, even though some things stay the same.
Roller Coaster (AFS #42)
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Set during the end of the episode "Whine Whine Whine," Clark Kent reflects on the turmoil of the emotional roller coaster that had become his life with Lois Lane, coming to a decision that would change both of their lives forever.
A Rose for Superman
Did you ever wonder what happened to the rose that Lois gave Superman in the episode "Wall of Sound"? What if Lois found it in Clark's apartment?
A Rose for a New Life
The last in the Rose Vignettes trilogy. Lois has something very important to tell Clark.
A Rose of a Different Color
This sequel to the author's "A Rose for Superman" shows how Clark leads Lois along to where he hopes their relationship will go.
Group 1 - Parts 1 Through 3
Perry orders his star reporters to drum up a story, but nothing seems to be happening in Metropolis, in this round robin called "Hubris and Nemesis." Part 1 is by Ruth Ellison, Part 2 by Michael Reynolds, Part 3 by Rene Gobeyn.
Group 3 - Parts 1 Through 5
A multiauthored tale of the day after the Big Revelation. Part 1 is by Caroline Baker, Part 2 by Diane Elliott, Part 3 by Rhen Brink, Part 4 by Diane Levitan, Part 5 by Cindy Cheung.
Just weeks before their wedding, Lois and Clark struggle with erotic tension, trying to keep their promise to wait until their wedding night.
Superman gets an unpleasant surprise while out on patrol...but is everything as it really seems?
When Clark is wearing his glasses, he can't walk his *Special* Walk or hammer nails with his fist. He has to confine himself to the things other children can do, so *they* -- the people his daddy said want to dissect him like a frog -- won't come and take him away.
Rules of Battle
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In this installment of "Rules Series," Lois and Clark deal with the headaches of family when Lucy Lane shows up back in Metropolis with her newest boyfriend, Johnny Corbin. After finding out about Corbin's criminal past, Lois does everything she can to pull her sister away from the petty thief, but he may be more dangerous than either she or Clark realize. (3 of 10)
Rules of Family
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In this installment of the "Rules Series," Lois and Clark celebrate their first Christmas together as a couple. After stopping Winslow Schott from turning the city of Metropolis into a mob of greedy children, the couple share Christmas Eve with Lois' mother and Christmas morning in Smallville with the Kents. (4 of 10)
Rules of Love
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In the next installment of the "Rules Series," Clark prepares a special evening for him and Lois. Sheldon Bender, Nigel St. John, and Gretchen Kelly all reappear in Metropolis. Lois is confronted with a very alive Lex Luthor who's set his sights on reclaiming everything he once had...including her. (5 of 10)
Rules of Guilt
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In the next installment of the *"Rules"* series, Lois and Clark work with Mayson Drake to stop Jimmy from being framed for murder. After a close brush with death, Mayson's federal investigation into Resurrection, a drug being used to help break prisoners out of prison brings a DEA Agent, Dan Scardino to town...who seems smitten with Lois as she ponders over a certain question from Clark. (6 of 10)
Rules of the Game
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In the next installment of the "Rules Series," Lois and Clark deal with a nosy Top Copy reporter who's determined to expose Superman's secret identity just as a secret witness is readied to testify against an Intergang assassin. (Part 7 of 10)
Rules of Engagement
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In the next installment of the "Rules Series," Lois and Clark balance wedding plans with her mother and the reappearance of a DEA agent as mysterious gifts with threatening notes appear. An investigation into the murder of a doctor leads Lois, Clark and the DEA into a conspiracy theory with the military. (8 of 10)
Rules of Engagement
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An Antiplot or Untwist.
Rules of Trust
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In the next installment of the "Rules Series," Lois and Clark have their date and more than just feelings are revealed. As they navigate through the next step in their relationship, criminals appear to have risen from the dead and are committing crimes across Metropolis. Can Lois and Clark stop them? (2 of 10)
Rules of War
When Clark challenges Lois to a snowball fight, he learns he is way out of his league. A 2008 Holiday Ficathon Story.
Ruminations of a Coffee Mug
Emily M. Hanson
A brief, experimental drabble from the POV of Lois Lane's coffee mug at the Daily Planet.
The song, "Something to Talk About," written by Shirley Eikhard and performed by Bonnie Raitt, tells a story of how a rumor can cause a potential couple to recognize a relationship that is right in front of them. What if the story of the song were applied to the universe of Lois and Clark?
Lynn S. M.
Rumpelstiltskin a la Lois and Clark; a response to the Fairy Tale Fiction Challenge.
Run for Your Life, Superman
Lois' predatory behavior scares Superman out of his wits. :-)
The Runaway's Tale (Jack's Story)
Lynn S. M.
How much did Jack know, and when did he know it? This story is a response to "The Canterbury Tales Challenge" on lcficmbs.com.