Fanfic by Title – M
Alphabetical by story title (note that the articles a, an and the are disregarded when they appear at the front of the title).
Madder Than A Speeding Bullet
Lois figures out what Clark has been hiding, and suddenly he's on the receiving end of her anger. Can he smooth things over?
Made to Be Broken
What if Lois had married Luthor at the end of the "Barbarians at the Planet"/"House of Luthor" episode arc? Lois is on the run, Superman has disappeared, and Clark has found a new life elsewhere. Can things get any worse?
After Lois is rescued by the mysterious Maggie, she discovers a very interesting connection between the young woman and her husband. However, before she has a chance to confront Clark, Lois and Jimmy are kidnapped and Maggie is left to do the rescuing. Maggie enlists Superman's help, but will the Man of Steel's aid be enough?
It happens every Christmas, and this time it happens to Lois. Sometimes just taking a nap can give a person a whole new outlook on the holiday spirit.
Just how accurate is a magic 8-ball?
Going home from her first date with Clark is a frightening moment for Lois, but will the temptation to find out where their relationship could lead be stronger than the urge to slam the door in his face?
To save their relationship, Lois and Clark do what they do best -- write. Each writes a letter to the other.
Make a Wish
When Superman is asked to grant a dying little girl's wish, something amazing happens.
Make Love, Not Warcraft
Years after Clark leaves Metropolis during the freak heat wave, he and Lois meet up in the most unlikely of places. But will old scars run too deep to fix what is broken between them?
Making a Difference?
As Superman, Clark sees the worst of humanity.
Jose Antonio Chamorro
Lois and Clark encounter some mysterious visitors in this first season revelation story. But are they really so mysterious?
A missing scene provides context for Lois' varying emotional states during the episode "The Green, Green Glow of Home."
Man of Kleenex
Knowing Clark is worried that being intimate with Lois might harm her, his parents try to find a solution. Meanwhile, Lois and Clark's story on drug use in Metropolis gyms lands them in hot water -- and lands Clark on his back, repeatedly, in the judo classes he's taking to provide a cover for his investigations.
The Man of Steal
While Lois and Clark investigate murders in Metropolis, Kryptonite disappears from Star Labs and Lana Lang is back in town with a new man.
Man of the House
During one of Superman's many political obligations, Lois and Clark's son shows what a help he is.
Man or Monster?
Lies grow and build and feed on each other until they become an unsolvable puzzle. Clark's tired of trying to solve the puzzle, tired of trying to keep his separate lives balanced while watching the woman he loves fall victim to Luthor, so he does the only thing he can think to do. He tells the truth. (Set during the Season 1 finale)
The Man Under the Suit
Clark Kent is a master of disguise, with more aliases than you can shake a stick at, so you can imagine his surprise when one insightful reporter sees right through his most flashy disguise of all.
The Man's Undershirt
Whoever said Saturday afternoons at the Daily Planet were dull clearly had never worked in the bull pen with Lois Lane.
The Marriage Pact
A little bit of insurance can be a good thing, but just how can a person tell if it's a good deal? In this story, Lois and Clark find out.
Married, With Children
After an afternoon at the Zoo with Clark and their children, Lois is hot, tired and hungry, but fast food is not what she wants for her children. As a result, Clark learns a startling secret from Lois's past -- one he finds very exciting!
Marry in Haste
Wendy Richards, Tank Wilson and RL
After Lois' wedding to Lex Luthor is interrupted by her true love, their first Christmas together ends in an unlikely tragedy. Can destiny help soul mates find their way back together?
The Martha Chronicles 1: The Martha Bums
In this first part of the author's three-part series, Martha tells the story of how she met Jonathan.
The Martha Chronicles 2: The Open Road
In part 2 of the author's series, twenty-something Martha returns to Smallville to catch up with her childhood friend, Jonathan.
The Martha Chronicles 3: Metanoia
In the third and (maybe) final part of the series, Martha returns home to attend to family problems and tries to maintain a long-distance relationship with Jonathan.
Martha Knows Best
Tired of seeing Clark moping around, depressed all the time, Martha decides to take matters in her own hands. If only she could slip away from Clark and Jonathan to have a private chat with a certain lady friend of Clark's, she's sure things would work out for the best. A story that takes place sometime during the middle of Season 2, "definitely before 'The Phoenix,'" the author says.
This is Martha's view of the first season of L&C. Since she is an Uber-mother, expect a little tunnel vision.
The M*A*S*H Debacle
Jimmy 's April Fool's prank goes awry. My response to Lynn's April 2013 challenge. I pick Jimmy as the prankster and the Chief as the prank-ee.
Clark, frustrated by Lois seeing Dan Scardino, decides to move to New York. What does it take to rebuild their relationship?
In the sequel to the author's "The Return," Lois and Clark test Clark's new identity in Metropolis, but the presence of a tabloid reporter could complicate things.
Doc. Klein's LabRat
In this replacement for the Wedding Arc, Clark is plunged into a nightmare on his honeymoon night which sends him on a desperate search for his abducted fiancee. Meanwhile, trapped by Luthor, Lois has her own terrifying battles to fight....
Master of Disguise
An Elseworld tale. If Clark Kent never arrives in Metropolis and Lois Lane marries Lex Luthor, what will happen when Lois starts to suspect her husband's true nature? And without Lois, will Clark ever create his super disguise?
The Master Race
The disappearance of two of their dear friends leads Lois and Clark, along with their children and the elder Kents, to the British countryside, where they encounter a man whose plan for Superman could put the whole family in danger.... The third story in the author's "Kent Family" series.
A Match Made in Chicago
Planes and people are grounded across the US as thunderstorms rage over the eastern seaboard. What happens when the paths of two canon characters cross in Chicago? (The story is set during the episode "I Now Pronounce You...")
What if HG Wells' Soul Tracker had seriously malfunctioned and our favorite couple had found themselves transported inside an entirely different couple altogether? Let's say... a certain couple from Gotham City, for instance?
A Matter of Confidence
In this gripping story, Lois faces the fight of her life as she pursues a dangerous undercover story with the help of a new friend, but without the help of her partner.
A Matter of Destiny Part One
This story is set in an alternate universe -- one which we have not visited previously. And although many things are bound to be very different, one or two things will always be a matter of destiny.
A Matter of Destiny Part Two
Part 2 of a story set in an alternate universe -- one which we have not visited previously. And although many things are bound to be very different, one or two things will always be a matter of destiny.
A Matter of Destiny Part Three
This is the third and final part of the author's "A Matter of Destiny." You need to read the first two parts before reading this one or this won't make any sense.
A Matter of Ethics
A different take on the episode "Green Green Glow of Home" and Lois is confronted by a moral quandary that could almost literally change the world.
A Matter of Perceptions - A very short Tank evil vignette
Wells is taken by an unexpected fit of honesty in this "Evil Vignette."
A Matter of the Heart
Clark's cooking for Lois, and it's more than food he plans to dish up. How will she digest his secret, he wonders? Lois' response gets put on hold when Clark's life is endangered by kryptonite.
A Matter of the Heart - Part 2
A sequel to "A Matter of the Heart" in which Lois & Clark discuss their future and make a visit to Smallville. Clark considers popping the question and has another unfortunate encounter with kryptonite.
A Matter of Time
Bureau 39's discovery is a double-edged sword.
A Matter of Timing - a Tank evil vignette
Timing is everything they say, and it certainly twists fate for Lois Lane in this vignette.
May I Have This Dance?
Lois' thoughts about Clark get the better of her in this alternate ending of the episode "Church of Metropolis," written in response to Wendy's 30-minute Episode Extension challenge.
May the Best (Super) Man Win
Lois is forced by a seemingly harmless bet to confront her growing feelings for her partner as she and Clark work to save the Beckworth School (featured in the episode "Smart Kids") from closing. Meanwhile, Perry sends them on an A&E assignment to interview singer Kathy Troccoli -- whose video director wants to cast them in a video for the song "If I'm Not in Love..."
Maybe I Need Glasses
Mendoza, Maria TB
How blind was she after all? Before letting Clark off the hook, Lois ponders this question and analyzes all the clues she missed.
Those last few minutes of the episode "That Old Gang of Mine" from Clark's point of view... with one important change.
Mayson Says the Magic Word
What would happen if someone other than HG Wells spoke the trigger word "unspool," which brings back the memories of Lois and Clark's Smallville time travel adventure?
Clark and Dan Scardino read Mayson's diary after her death.
The Maysonry of Life
Lois's stunned silence in response to Clark's withdrawal of his declaration of love at the end of Season One was a reasonable response, but what if she'd reacted differently? What if she'd blown up at Clark and shoved him out of her life? What would Clark have done? How different might their relationship have been? Maybe -- just maybe -- it would have been as different as this.
She is going on date, hoping that nothing goes wrong. But in a micro little tiny vignette, one can never be sure.
MDLBS at Seven. Don't be Late!!!
When MDL meets BS on the internet, will their meeting be what they expected? (A longer micro-little-tiny vignette).
Me? A Brook? P-lease!!!
Does anyone else notice how she babbles?
Me and My Big Mouth
Lois finally faces up to a few things.
Me, Myself, and You
Four scenes from four different years in Clark’s life reflect the changes in how he views Superman, himself, and Lois Lane.
This story is set after the episode "Contact," right after Clark broke up with Lois "for her own good." It reconciles some of the emotions which Clark was probably feeling after his decision.
The Meaning of Life
A slow news month, a string of vicious e-mails from an anonymous heckler, and -- worst of all -- a personal tragedy leave Lois feeling hopeless. Can Clark turn her around?
Meant to Be
Lois and Clark help each other recover from the disappointment of being told that they can't have children. But, a few months later, Lois has some very special news for her husband. Perhaps destiny doesn't agree with Dr. Klein's findings...
The Mechanical Monster
What do you get when you mix an old Superman comics formula with Lois & Clark, insert tongue firmly in cheek and mix? In this bit of fantasy, you get Dr. Unnamed Mad Scientist and Mechanical Monster Number 5.
H.G. Wells does some universe and time travelling in his efforts to assist Lois and Clark in overcoming their fertility problem and finds some intriguing help in an alternate world's Metropolis Institute of Technology.
Medical Miracles II: Serendipity
In this sequel to "Medical Miracles," Lois and Clark seek proof that medical treatments for two of their greatest problems, offered to them by their counterparts in an alternate universe, will work.
Meet Me in Kansas City
A novel that explores what might have happened if, instead of applying for a job at the Daily Planet, Clark had found work somewhere else. Will Lois and Clark meet? And what would they think of each other? "I wrote this story," the author says, "because I believe that people who are meant to be together will find each other."
Meet Sam Wayne
In this installment of the "Dawn of Discovery" series, CJ Kent, fresh out of college and recently home from his honeymoon, is ready to enter the real world with a couple of new jobs waiting for him in Gotham City. He quickly finds out that his new life will be different, and much more difficult, than he had bargained for.
Worried there will come a time when his flying off to save the world leaves Lois exposed to danger, Clark arranges for some "insurance." He introduces her to the Batman. But will Lois be entrusted with the Dark Knight's secret identity?
Lois and Clark head to the Kents' anniversary party in Smallville, where Lois meets Clark's old friends and also learns some old secrets.
Meeting Mister Jones
Years after Clark's death, Lois meets another hero.
Melancholy Memories and Christmas Cheer
Lois comforts both Clark and herself after the loss of Martha Kent. A 2007 Christmas ficathon story.
It's Christmas in July, and Lois has a special present for Clark.
Memo From the Daily Planet Janitorial Staff
It's not easy being clean.
Jennifer L. Adkins
An amnesia story with a twist: this time it's Superman who's had a bump on the head. Not only does he forget he's married to Lois Lane, he forgets there's even a person named Clark Kent.
Joy N. Sowell
A newly wed Lois and Clark reflect on some of the extraordinary adventures that brought them together.
Reflections on a moonlit beach of a life shared with love, in this poignant deathfic.
In this post-season-four story, Clark has been on New Krypton helping Zara and Ching stabilize their government. While he was there, he had the opportunity to develop his Kryptonian telepathic abilities. Now that he's strong enough to communicate with Lois all the way from New Krypton, what will happen when he returns home? A humorous look at the famous mind-wipe kiss from the movie "Superman II."
Menage a Trois
Claude, the louse, returns to Metropolis and wangles a dinner date with a stunned Lois.
More than two years after losing Clark to gangsters' bullets, famous writer Lois Lane suspects her late partner isn't so 'late' at all.
Cat Grant needs someone to bail her out of jail. Who's she going to call?
Merry Christmas, Darling
With Clark away on New Krypton, Lois faces the loneliest Christmas of her life. If only a miracle could happen...
Merry Christmas, Lois Lane
After kissing Lois and telling her he loved her in the episode "Pheromone, My Lovely," Superman decides to admit to her that he was never affected by the pheromones at all and that he, Superman, wants a relationship with her. He gives her a very special gift for Christmas.
Lois plays Cupid for her friend Lizi, who wants to date Superman. (After all, she gave up the superhero for the farmboy, so why be stingy?) Lois arranges for them to double date with her and ... Clark. Oops.
Merry Smoochie to You
It's Christmas and Cat Grant has decided to hang mistletoe in the newsroom. How will Lois react?
Lois and Clark celebrate a Christmas to remember. Set in the author's "Tryst" universe.
Metropolis' Angry FoLCs
In this silly response to Hazel's cameo challenge, many FoLCs we know make appearances throughout as Lois and Clark try to get to the bottom of a strange, secretive group calling themselves the FoLCs.
An IRC Round Robin Fanfic
Posing as SCU officers, Lois and Clark go undercover to unmask a traitor in the department. An IRC Round Robin fanfic.
The Metropolis Files
Lois and Clark are distracted from their upcoming wedding when Lex Luthor escapes from jail. In order to track down Luthor and his suspected accomplice, Dr. Mamba, Lois and Clark team up with FBI agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder. Romance is in the air as the foursome treks to Brazil in pursuit of Luthor. Two of the decade's top television shows, Lois & Clark and The X-Files, are combined in this thrilling rewrite of the episode "I Now Pronounce You ..."
Lois and Clark have the perfect professional and personal relationship. However, when Detective Mayson Drake appears in their lives with a dangerous mission for Clark, Lois questions if that is the only thing on her agenda, or if driving them apart is her endgame.
Jon B. Knutson
It's time for Superman to catch up on his mail.
Metropolis on Ice
Lois and Clark get warm on the ice.
A murder case inspires a quick friendship between Lois and the rookie journalist, Clark. Or: What happens when life turns out to be a movie?
In the continuity of the author's "Dagger" series, following "Consequences," it is Marta Kent's first day in seventh grade. In Middle School, she encounters an old rival, and makes the acquaintance of someone who is more than she first appears to be.
Kaethel and Tracey
Ever wonder what might have happened during the stakeout in the episode "Target: Jimmy Olsen" if Superman hadn't been needed and Scardino hadn't decided to show up? Ever wonder what might have happened if two good friends decided to get together and work on a WAFFy rewrite of this scene? We'll give you one hint as to the consequences: smoochies!
Lois is given three choices on the eve before her wedding to Luthor. Will she accept one of the choices offered, or will she make a different decision entirely?
A Midsummer Night's Dream
In the throes of a nightmare, Lois cries out for Clark, but it's Superman who arrives to comfort her. A story that takes place in the summer after first season.
Milk, Toast and Honey
Ever had one of those days? Don't you wish you had someone like Clark to offer some TLC when you do?
As the new century turns over, Lois reflects on the past -- and in particular on one sin she has yet to apologize for.
Million Dollar Question
"What's he got that I haven't?" Careless questions can have consequences...
Million Miles Away
Alt-Clark may finally get a chance to find his Lois while taking care of some business for the Rhambosian government. But, will he take it?
Lois Lane prides herself on her ability to easily extract complex details from seemingly unimportant sources or pieces of evidence on her quest to discover the truth; however, when it comes to a certain "hack-from-Nowheresville," she avoids looking beneath his nerdy, farm boy charm, focusing her analytical skills solely on the enigmatic superhero in red and blue. However, following an accident, she gains a special power that every reporter wishes they had. What will she discover about Metropolis' resident hero, and what will that mean for Clark?
Engaged to Clark for only a few weeks, Lois is caught up in a plot by Lex Luthor. Lex has forced a scientist to use a new drug, which renders the subject susceptible to suggestion, to make Lois think she is still in love with him -- and that Superman is the enemy.
Lois' thoughts as she watches Clark on the night of their son's birth.
A continuation of "The Family Hour" in which the question of where the baby came from is answered.
The Mirror Crack'd
In this rewrite of the episode "Tempus, Anyone?" Tempus accidentally snatches Lois *before* she knows that CK=S -- and Wells isn't there to help Lois figure things out!
Their souls are still stuck in each other's body, and Superman's powers are starting to fade. Can Lois and Clark find a way to swap back before it's too late? (Part 3 of 3.) Episode 10 of S6.
Misadventures in Crimefighting
What fun when our own awesome duo comes in contact with two other champions of truth and justice. Read to find out what can happen if protective safeguards are let down.
Misadventures Again ...
Spiders mate for life, and Spiderman a.k.a. Peter Parker is about to take that step. A wedding is never a simple matter and when Lois Lane, her partner, Clark Kent, and multi-billionaire Bruce Wayne are on the guest list, it's a sure bet that they are going to fall into Misadventures Again... A sequel to the author's "Misadventures."
Guess who wants to have Clark's baby? Not Lois this time, although she seems to be the one setting her unwilling husband up with the "other woman." Perhaps there is no other choice. What possible reason could Lois have to encourage Clark's intimacy with another woman?
In this alternative beginnings story, Clark's parents make a disastrous, though understandable, mistake which has unfortunate consequences on his childhood and early adulthood. External forces also have a hand in his future, but in the end, he overcomes adversity to rediscover his true destiny.
A MisLaned Family
A small vignette about Lucy, Lois, Ellen and Sam Lane. Now that they are all gathered, could the world survive ever after?
Missed Opportunity, or Too Late to Love
Tank Wilson and Wendy Richards with Kaethel, Meredith Knight and Carol M
Clark arrives to start a new career at the Daily Planet, and falls in love with a certain raven-haired reporter at first sight. But she's already seriously involved with someone called Claude... A Tank and Wendy Challenge.
A Missed Wedding
What if Lois's doubts about her wedding to Lex had started just a couple of days before the Big Day instead of a couple of hours before the ceremony?
After almost five years on New Krypton, Clark Kent returns to Earth to find that Lois Lane has moved on with her life. Can he win her back? This is part 1 of a planned series.
Missed Years, Part 2
Now that Clark has returned to Earth after almost five years on New Krypton, can he and Lois pick up where they left off? Or have things changed too much? This is part 2 of a series and follows "Missed Years."
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After being forced from his home during the heatwave in Metropolis, Clark Kent finds himself questioning whether to put the red cape back on and serve as Metropolis' hero once again.
The Missing Baby
My daughter's (very short) imaginings of what happened after the Season 4 finale.
The Missing Cut
A "missing scene" from the end of the episode "Top Copy," which has Lois and Clark playing a game of chess.
Lois and Clark consummate their relationship the night before he departs for New Krypton, leaving Lois pregnant, cursed, and alone. H.G. Wells shows up and suggests an alternate solution for her and baby Kent's survival, which turns her life upside down and changes alt-Clark's destiny.
The Missing Night
What really happened on the way to Lois' apartment -- an in-between scene from "And the Answer Is ..."
Lois is miffed because Clark gets to go home for the Smallville Fall Fair while she's stuck in Metropolis entertaining her most annoying relative. Bored, Lois she drags her cousin to Smallville, where she hopes to surprise her fiance at his post in the kissing booth.
Mission of Friendship
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Lois not following up on Clark's comment at the end of the episode "The Ides of Metropolis" by Deborah Joy LeVine seemed out of character. What if she decided she needed to know his secret now? This story starts after "Ides" and occurs a couple of weeks after the author's "Mission on Fifth Street."
Mission on Fifth Street
What happened when Clark showed up at the Fifth Street Mission in the episode "All Shook Up"? Who really recognized him at the Mission? Does his secret remain safe when he doesn't remember he has a secret to keep?
Someone knows Clark's secret -- but who?
Lois decides that if Clark wants to be her partner, he must take the good with the bad and forces him to help her with a distasteful assignment. The "Farmboy" from Kansas turns the tables on her in this holiday romp.
A short story which shows just what a sprig of mistletoe can achieve.
Jose Antonio Chamorro
Sometimes, even physics conspires against poor Clark...
Certain circumstances work against our favorite couple, but time can't change destiny.
In this prequel to the author's "He Said, She Said," Lois and Clark reminisce about their love lives... and the moments that changed everything.
Things go tragically wrong at the Daily Planet when Lois and Clark's daughter visits.
Moment of Proof
Clark keeps his promise. Fourth in a series. This occurs at the end of "Wall of Sound" in the second season.
A moment to cherish.
Moments of Illumination
This fanfic account of the later scenes of "Brutal Youth" is told through Lois's eyes, as she realizes that both she and Clark must face being separated from each other by time.
Momentum: A Winter Holiday Tale
On the Christmas morning after the episode "Season's Greedings," Clark wonders if Lois might finally be starting to see him as more than just a friend. Deciding to strike while the iron is hot, he begins a week-long campaign to show her that he could rank pretty high on the boyfriend scale.
Momentum 2: The Revelation
In this sequel to the author's "Momentum," our favorite couple has been dating for a few weeks and Clark is ready to tell Lois his secret. Will an out-of-town ski weekend provide the perfect opportunity?
For altClark, one day is pretty much like another. Unlike the rest of the world, Mondays hold no special significance for him. ... Or do they?
Clark meets up with a most peculiar monkey.
Monster Night Fright
Leaving the Sci-Fi Channel on can be hazardous to your dreams.
Lois has just "bought" Clark at the Metropolis Bachelor Auction. As Lois tries to figure out her feelings -- and what she is going to do about them -- Clark plans a date that Lois will never forget. A sequel to the fanfic "Sold!" by Erin Dawn McInnis.
Moon Over Metropolis
Some FoLCs, after liberating a device that allows them to transport themselves to the world of fiction, wreak havoc in Lois and Clark's universe.
Moonlight & Roses
Clark takes Lois to Smallville to help celebrate her birthday. But what kind of "surprise" is he planning?
Clark prepares for a magical date with the woman of his dreams. But not everything is as it seems.
Moonlight on the Potomac
IRC Round Robin
It's flashback time to the second season, before "The Phoenix" but after "Season's Greedings" and "Metallo", when Lois and Clark were best friends and partners, but clearly on the edge of something *more*. This "in between" story speculates on what off-screen events might have triggered Clark to finally ask Lois out on a date, and Lois to accept.
Lois visits Clark's apartment to confront him about his refusal to attend her wedding to Lex Luthor.
More Season's Greedings
A few romantic moments between Lois and Clark on Christmas Eve. (A continuation of the episode "Season's Greedings.")
More than Partners, Part 1: A Really Strange Visitor
In this rewrite of the episode "Strange Visitor," Clark gets a little help investigating the Bureau 39 threat from someone who has discovered his secret: Lois Lane.
More than Partners, part 2: A Greener Glow of Home
In this sequel to "More than Partners, part 1: A Really Strange Visitor," Lois and Clark find more than an EPA cleanup at a farm in Smallville. Their relationship seems poised to move forward, but an old enemy may have other plans for their futures.
The More Things Change...
And everything is different, but it's not.
Mori a Amor
Tank Wilson and Wendy Richards
Despite the title, this is *not* a deathfic! This third joint effort from the keyboards of Tank and Wendy takes a humorous look at how the curse in SoulMates might have come true.
The Morning After a Door Slams
In the episode "Lucky Leon," what might have happened if Clark had convinced Lois to talk after the door was slammed at the end of their date? If they got their feelings out in the open, what might happen the next day? A sequel to "After a Door Slams."
Set during the episode "Green Green Glow of Home," Lois wanders into the barn while Clark is doing his morning chores -- and she ends up helping.
Morning Pick Me Up
Lois Lane starts off her day at the Daily Planet by embarrassing Clark.
A Most Irregular Joe
On an alternate world, history has taken an unexpected turn... and Mr. Wells gets a life lesson, no extra charge.
A vignette set during the episode "And The Answer Is...." A Plot Un-Twist story.
Mother of the Bride
For once, Ellen Lane is there for her daughter on her wedding day.
Someone is watching the Kent family and CJ in particular. Is it an old enemy or someone new? This is the sequel to "Suspicions."
A Mother's Love
A what-if story in which Jor-El builds two spaceships: one for Kal-El and one for another baby.
Motivo: Gracias. Destino: el Cielo
A veces creemos que es demasiado tarde para decirle a las personas que queremmos lo que realmente sentimos. En esta historia, Lois se da cuenta de que nunca es demasiado tarde-ni demasiado pronto- para decirle a un amigo lo mucho que significa su amistad.
Movers and Shakers
Nancy Merckle and Kathy Brown
It's been a year since the alternate Clark found his Lois. But when disaster strikes, he needs a little extra Super help to get to "happily ever after." Episode 11 of S6.
Best friends, Lois and Clark, have movie night quite often. This one ends a little differently from all the previous ones.
Lynn S. M.
Clark thinks about his past and contemplates his future while sitting beside Lois' grave. This story is more introspective than it is emotional, so it isn't too WHAMmy.
Mr. and Mrs. Kent
Lois and Clark both have their secrets. Can one night of passion be enough to bring them together -- even if Lois happens to be an assassin?
Having been turned down at his interview with Perry, Clark seeks employment elsewhere. His new job gives him a different perspective, leading to the creation of an alternate identity with a humorous new twist.
An old, laughed-at high school teacher of Lois's takes vengeance on Metropolis.
Mr. Right Now
Set soon after the arrival of Dan Scardino, this story explores the frequently asked question: Just what was it that Lois found so attractive about Dan?
Mr. Wells Drops In
In the future, H. G. Wells is still looking after the Kents and the timeline. But now when when there's trouble, it takes another family with very special abilities to make things right.
Mrs. Luthor Meets a Pirate
Clark is dead, Lois is married to Lex...can things get any worse? Nothing is what it appears to be in this alternative ending story.
Much Ado About ...
Lois and Clark are fighting again, and it's all because they're both too nervous to try more than just friendship. Perry's fed up, and decides it's time to do something about the situation, with a little help from ... William Shakespeare?!
Muddying the Waters
Perry White will never know just how close he was to the scoop of the century.
A tale of young Clark.
Murder, They Wrote
IRC Round Robin
Lois and Clark put their investigative skills to use when someone decides that a charity masquerade Halloween party at the Daily Planet is the perfect place to get away with murder.
When you're a Boy Scout, no good deed goes unpunished.
Murphy's Law Retort
Richard Frantz Jr.
This is my retort to "Murphy's Law" by Cookiesmom. When the long arm of the law bothers Superman, it takes a few phone calls, or one really big one, to fix things.
A Musical Revelation
Just how does a dream and an off-key tune add up to Clark Kent being Superman?
For those who ever wondered what happens when a muse visits.
Mxy and Match
Tank Wilson and Wendy Richards
Mxyzptlk plays a particularly cruel trick on Lois and Clark: can our favourite partnership put things right again? Another "challenge" team-up from these two popular authors.
An elderly Lois Lane Kent gets an amazing offer from a visitor with the ability to alter time and space.
Chaos occurs in Metropolis when Mr. Mxyzptlk appears and begins granting people's every wish. And when Mxyzptlk overhears Clark wish he were just "a normal man," Lois Lane suddenly finds herself with two husbands! (Episode # 4 and # 5 (titled "All Mxyed Up") of The Unaired Fifth Season)
When your life is like Lois and Clark's, even something as innocuous as late night TV may bode ill! Then again, maybe not...
My Adventures with Superman
Kathryn Ann Kent
A young girl invites Superman to Thanksgiving dinner, only to find she has more in common with him than she realizes ... Written from a refreshingly different perspective, this story will charm you.
My Almost Perfect Life
A fun story giving us a look into the life of Kaylie Kent, Lois and Clark's teenaged daughter, as she learns to deal with the idea of having superpowers, having her friends think her dad is "hot," and struggling with the usual boy trouble and teenage angst.
My Best Friend's Wedding
What if Lois hadn't said 'No' to Lex in 'Fall of the House of Luthor' and Perry, Jimmy and Jack were an hour or so later in arriving with Inspector Henderson?
My Best Friend's Wedding
How different might things have been if Clark had granted Lois's request and agreed to attend her wedding to Lex Luthor?
My Best Friend's Wish
Clark knows what his wife's Christmas wish is, but a trip to the hospital has him making his own Christmas wish.
My Big Goodbye
"Being 'Superman's girlfriend' is a lot more difficult than I'd expected. The whole world is fascinated by our relationship, and the lack of privacy is driving us both nuts. There's really only one way to fix this...." Part four of a series.
My Big Truth
What would happen if Lois went first in the episode "House of Luthor"? This is my take on it.
My Darling Lois
A letter from Clark describes his feelings to Lois as he departs for New Krypton.
My Date With Lyn
"Since I was exposed as an alien, I haven't had much of a social life. But then this strange woman shows up in my office..." Read this sequel to "My Interview with Superman" to learn what happens next!
My Definition of Bliss
How does Clark feel about his partner, friend and wife, Lois Lane? Find out in this vignette, a companion piece to "In His Arms" by the same author.
After Clark's proposal in the episode "Barbarians at the Planet," Lois realizes what she cherishes the most.
My Fair Orient
A student of Star's starts work at the Planet. No one guesses her deadly plan of revenge.
My Father - A Superhero??
When his son finds out, he's everything a father should be.
My Father, the Superhero
Being the kid of Superman isn't always easy.
Lois wasn't the only one who lost someone dear to her in the episode "That Old Gang of Mine."
My Friend, part 2
This second part of Wendy's "My Friend" explores Jimmy's thoughts during the latter half of the episode "That Old Gang of Mine."
My Friend 3
This is the third and last in the series of short vignettes based on the episode "That Old Gang of Mine." Jimmy has some unfinished business with Superman.
A scene from a movie they are watching triggers memories for Lois and Clark. A short pre-relationship story.
My God...I Love Irony!
He loves irony and so do I.
A simple childhood essay question, "Who is your hero?", gives us a glimpse into the lives of Lois, Clark, and their son.
My Heart Will Go On
Against medical advice, Lois becomes pregnant, and she and Clark look forward to the birth of their daughters.
After Clark dies in TOGOM (the episode "That Old Gang of Mine"), Lois finds out that her love is more resilient than she ever suspected.
Life can be difficult when you're a celebrity. But sometimes you find inspiration in the most ordinary places.
My Interview With Superman
"I've found a way to talk to Superman. I want the interview, but what I really need to know is just why he's so fixated on finding Lois Lane..." Read this first installment of the author's series to find out how this mysterious reporter gets her story.
My Little Maccabee: A Lois and Clark Hanukkah Story
Carolyn B. Schnall
Clark strikes upon the perfect way to give Lois more presents -- they'll celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah!
Clark loved Lois from the moment he met her, even if he didn't understand why.
My Lover's Faithful Love
What might have happened if Clark had been unable to get out of the Kryptonite cage and Perry had not shown up in the nick of time?
My Mind or Yours
What if Perry White were in Jimmy Olsen's shoes, and vice versa? They may just find out, if Lex Luthor's scientists' mind-swapping machine works on humans. Things get even more interesting when Luthor tries it on Lois and Clark.
My Mother Made It For Me
In a segment from the continuation of the author's "Meet Me in Kansas City," Lois and Clark enlist the aid of the Kents in their plans for Clark's new, and as yet unnamed, alter ego. A Charity Fanzine story.
My Other Secret Identity
Lois Lane finds out that her mysterious masked companion at a costume party isn't exactly who she thought he was.
For Lois, Clark is her partner first and foremost, and has been since the day he arrived in Metropolis.
My Secret Hero
When Lois gets into trouble yet again, she realizes who her true hero is.
My Side, Your Side
Finding the right side of the bed to sleep on can be exhausting.
My Television Debut
"As soon as people find out that I'm dating Superman, they're going to want to know all about me. Clark and I figure that a joint appearance on a chat show should give us some control over those all-important first impressions..."
My Three Sons
Superman can't resist a call for help -- especially when it's the desperate call of a child ... who claims to be the son of Clark and Lois Kent.
My Wife the Boss
In this sequel to "The Forgotten," Clark tries to regain his role as husband, father and reporter. Lois also discovers that Clark's return to work, though welcome, brings some need for readjustment on her part, while Matt faces challenges of his own as he takes on the mantle of Superman. Life for all of them is complicated by the escalating crimes of an unknown villain, whose acts of revenge are threatening Metropolis' inhabitants. Can Clark's investigative skills discover the truth in time to rescue his family from deadly jeopardy?
My Wife, the Mother of Utopia
A sequel to the author's "Tale of Two Marthas."
Clark's world collapses around him after Lois loses her memory.
The Mysteries of a Diamond Mine
Lois Lane Wanna Be
In this second season vignette, Lois discovers that sometimes help can come in the simplest of forms.
Mysteries of Life
Clark's daughters present him with a very interesting question. Another story in the author's "Lara and Martha" series.
Lois and Clark find themselves involved in more than they bargained for when sent to review Mystery Mansion's Charity Fundraiser.
Mystery at Neewatoree Falls
Elaine M. Gustainis
A sequel to the author's stories "By the Light of the Moon" and "To The Stars." Lois plans some time alone with her new husband, but she hadn't counted on ... demon *chickens*? (Part 3 of 3)
Myth and Never Hope
Another TOGOM fic (based on the episode "That Old Gang of Mine") where we see how Lois deals with the death of her partner.
IRC Round Robin
Mxyed Signals was inspired by a recent story in the Superman comics. In it, Mr. Mxyzptlk returns to bedevil Lois and Clark by interrupting their cozy evening at home with a trip into TV land.