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Halloween in Metropolis -- Matchmaker Chronicles Volume 1CD -
It's Halloween again and the new superheroes, Kam-El and Ultra Woman 2, are called upon once again to help out, this time in Metropolis.
Thanksgiving in Smallville -- Matchmaker Chronicles Volume 1CE -
It's Thanksgiving and the Kent family is gathering in Smallville for a big dinner when the celebration is interrupted by an earthquake in California. Kam-El and Ultra Woman 2 get to help out and some special people are rescued.
Autumn in Paris -- Part Two of the Visitor Trilogy -
Continuing in the Visitor Universe. With the help of Jor-EL's transfer beam, he has been reunited with his son, Kal-El. But what happened to the others in the previous story, such as Abrihet Sensai and Bernie Klein? Is Lex Luthor in the Phantom Zone or does some other fate await him?
An Unexpected Visitor: Part One of the Visitor Trilogy -
Lex Luthor had a brief flirtation with Lois, but she saw through his facade and married Clark instead. For that reason and many others, the billionaire was determined to permanently remove Clark from the landscape of his life. But there is someone from Clark's past who *clearly* has a problem with Lex's machinations....
Email From Jimmy -
Lois gets an email saying Jimmy's in trouble and needs cash fast. Response to Framework4's Awful Vacation challenge.
In the Light of the Morning -
Clark wakes to find Lois on his bedroom window seat. Sequel to the author's "In the Still of the Night."
Winter Wonderland -
"There's over a foot of snow outside, Lois. It's gorgeous! Currier and Ives, right outside my window!" Will a few days snowed-in in Smallville nudge Lois and Clark's relationship from "maybe" to "yes"? A continuation of the 2nd season episode, "Season's Greedings."
In the Still of the Night -
Lois' thoughts when she comes across something surprising in the middle of the night.
In Time, Somewhere -
Lois Lane is drawn back in time to the year 1912 after becoming infatuated with a picture of a local hero, Clark Kent, who has been haunting her for her entire life.
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.
Vision of Destiny -
Lois meets an old woman who has some unbelievable things to tell her.
What a Gentleman Desires -
Looking at things from a different angle makes Lois think that Clark isn't the man with whom she fell in love. A romantic comedy with plot supplied by KatherineKent.
Xerxes the Great -
Clark and Lex square off over ancient history.
While investigating a football scandal in high school, Lois Lane is helped by Clark Kent, a mysterious boy who has more than one secret of his own. A story that follows the author's "Vagrant."
The Talk, Kryptonian Style -
Lynn S. M.
No, this isn't *that* talk. After all, this is a G-rated story. It's the *other* talk... The one only a Kryptonian father will have with his half-Kryptonian son.
Lois and Clark Do 100 Crimes Challenge -
A challenge was issued to see if Lois and Clark (and a select few within their good guys group) perpetrated at least 100 crimes during their four seasons. This was the result. Contributing Writers: VirginiaR., Lynn S.M., Lonnie, Deadly Chakram, Darth Michael, mrsMxyzptlk, MrsMosley, dcarson, John Lambert and Tzigone.
The Shortest Distance -
Lynn S. M.
Flying is easy; navigating is a lot harder.
Fifteen-year-old Clark runs away from his foster home and has to make it on his own on the streets of Metropolis.
X Marks the Spot -
A certain reporter gets a map that supposedly leads to a scoop on Superman. This can only end well!
A Little Less Secret -
Someone learns Clark's secret and capitalizes on that knowledge.
Movie Night -
Best friends, Lois and Clark, have movie night quite often. This one ends a little differently from all the previous ones.
Tales of Dystopia: Civil Disobedience -
Prelude of sorts to my work in progress "Tales of Dystopia" series. In the early 2400's, things are only going downhill for the world, particularly with the ruling class of Kents. Society is on the brink of civil war. But a house divided cannot stand. What will happen when a Kent decides to go rogue? WHAM warning.
Blind Date -
A man walks into a bar to meet a blind date. What he finds is a woman who keeps him on his toes. A new beginning to the familiar tale.
The Wedding Pact -
Clark and Lois vow to marry each other at 35 if they haven't found anyone else. It's Lois' 34th birthday and she keeps setting Clark up on dates with other women. Is she dreading marrying him so much?
In Bed With the Devil -
Lois just can't understand why her partner is so opposed to her fiance.
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 Bet -
During a boring weekend, Lois and Clark make a bet with embarrassing stakes for the loser.
Lana Lang is anxious to attend Lois and Clark's wedding, but Lois isn't so anxious for Clark's ex-girlfriend to do that.
Last Night -
Clark wakes up with no memory of the night before. A Kryptonite Challenge Response.
An Unearthly Origin -
Jor-El and Lara prepare to send their son away.
Clark and Lois -- When Worlds and Universes Collide -- Matchmaker Chronicle Volume 8 -
When representatives from New Krypton arrive looking for Kal-El -- worlds collide. When the trial-by-combat starts to keep it from being too lopsided, universes collide when Herb brings in auxiliaries from other universes.
The love between Lois and Clark is stronger and more powerful than anything else in this world, or beyond.
Memo From the Daily Planet Janitorial Staff -
It's not easy being clean.
The Wedding -
When Lois is invited to the wedding of a college acquaintance, she is expecting an ordeal of romantic mawkishness. Instead, she meets the man who changes everything she believes about love.
A Year Without -
A run-in with a con artist changes Lois's outlook on things.
A Hair-Razing Experience -
Lynn S. M.
Clark can give himself a good haircut now, but that wasn't always the case. How did teenage-Clark learn to deal with his newly invulnerable hair?
A Few Simple Sugars -
It's terrible what mad scientists can do with a little DNA and a few simple sugars.
Superman 2012 -
Life in the digital age is tougher than any villain Clark has had to face.
Clark's Heart -
The Man of Steel faces a health crisis unlike anything he's ever faced before, and it may just kill him.
Strangers to This World -
Lois and Clark think they've seen the strangest things our world has to offer, but when they enter the small town of Storybrooke on a lead, they find that even they can be surprised. The fabled Rumplestiltskin and a town full of storybook characters could be the biggest story of their lives -- or a threat to the world outside the town line. Crossover with "Once Upon a Time."
Clark finds Lois' notepad. Sequel to "Doodles." Read that first. It won't take long.
Lois used to doodle the 'S' on her pad ... now she doodles something else.
The Green, Green Glow of Home -- Matchmaker Style -
What if Sheriff Rachel Harris hadn't been there to shoot Trask when he was about to shoot Clark in the back? What if Sherman hadn't turned on Trask and released Lois. What if Herb had stepped in to help? Let's explore the possibilities.
Brief Story: A Lois & Clark/New 52 Crossover of Sorts -
Lynn S. M.
A discussion with Dr. Klein gives Clark hope that he and Lois might be able to have children after all, provided that he make a simple change.
Under the Spotlight -
An alt-universe story in which Clark revealed himself to the world at 18 years old and is the most famous man/celebrity in the world. Lois Lane is the most famous/glamorous news discussion/talk-show host. What will happen when Superman is a guest on her show?
The Ears Have It -
Superman's blindness results in an "illuminating" talk with Lois.
Fire Drill -
Lois' hazy memories of her pheromone-induced actions begin to surface.
Clark finds himself in a bit of a pickle at the optometrist's office. Set mid-season two, just before the glasses change. One-shot.
A Pirate Affair -
Historical alternate universe. When her father, Commodore Lane of the British Navy in the Caribbean, is kidnapped, Lois sets off to rescue him, finding her way onto the Pirate Ship Kandor and falling for the First Mate: Kal.
Deserving to Know -
When Lois saves Clark from Johnny Corben, he feels that there's something she deserves to know.
Deserving to Love -
After Griffin's phone call, Lois seeks shelter at Clark's place. A nightmare leads to confessions.
Her Wedding Day -
A wedding day is supposed to be a happy occurrence for everyone involved. Only, what about the one person who's not?
No Place Like Home -
Lynn S. M.
This super-short vignette picks up where the series finale left off...or does it?
World of Cuisine -
Lois is pregnant and Clark makes one little slip up... Super-short, little bit of silliness that popped into my brain.
Why The Daily Planet's Circulation Is Down -
Lynn S. M.
A conversation at a newsstand reveals why one customer is no longer buying copies of The Daily Planet as often as he used to.
This is an alternate universe story. Here is a chance to peek in on Lois' thoughts just prior to her wedding to Lex Luthor. What if Clark came straight to the wedding ceremony as *himself* rather than Superman? No terrible ordeal suffered within the Green Kryptonite cage and no fearfully contemplative Lois walking down the aisle to Lex eagerly awaiting her.
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.
Strike (Lois' POV) -
Metropolis is hosting a celebrity bowling event, but the Man of Steel has a problem -- he's a terrible bowler! It all seems very familiar to Lois as she watches. Companion to Clark's POV.
Strike (Clark's POV) -
Metropolis is hosting a celebrity bowling event, but the Man of Steel has a problem -- he's a terrible bowler!
Clark, against his will, was forced from Metropolis, but he's determined to get back to Lois.
The 40th Noel -
It's Christmastime at S.T.A.R. Labs. But Kris Kringle has left Dr. Bernard Klein a rather strange gift.
Resale Value -
What do you do if your insurance doesn't reimburse the full value on a damaged item? Lois comes up with a Super solution.
Technology Is Killing Us -
Lois and Clark take a moment to ponder how the world turns and times change.
Burning Down the House -
While visiting Smallville for the holidays, things don't go as planned for Lois.
Soul Mates? -
Lynn S. M.
Tempus meets his soul mate -- or does he?
Anything for You -
Lynn S. M.
What happens when college students would do anything for Superman?
Not a Day at the Beach -
An unexpected visitor to the newsroom wreaks unintentional havoc on Clark's life.
Clark and Lois -- Two Universes -- Matchmaker Chronicle Volume 7 -
This is part 4 of the Clark and Lois arc. Alt-Clark and his new Lois are dealing with Luckabee in one universe and Luthor in the other and use what they learn in each universe to help solve the problem in the other. Along the way they save a little girl's life and rescue Jack and Denny from the mean streets.
The Vampire Murders -
Lois and Clark investigate a series of strange murders in Metropolis, and the main suspect may be ... a vampire?
The Truth Is... -
Secrets are revealed when Lois and Clark are locked in together at a safe-house while the Metropolis PD go after Bad Brain Johnson.
Waiting in Line -
Clark visits Metropolis for a "Christmas away" with his parents and ends up waiting in line with an annoying girl to see Santa.
Lois' thoughts as she watches Clark on the night of their son's birth.
The Trump Card -
What if in that moment where Lois Lane confessed her love to Superman she had a trump card?
A Recipe for Trouble -
Perry carries out an ultimatum -- with interesting results.
Clark is about to share his secret with Lois... but, first, she has to confess a secret to him!
The famous author LL Kent has, perforce, incredible practice with signing her John Hancock. But she has an impetus for this skill that many authors lack!
Like a Brother -
A brief look at an alternative universe.
A Day at the Beach -
Lois and Clark get an unexpected weekend off.
Terrible Teen Paranormal Romance Story: L&C Style -
This story was created using a Mad Libs-style story generator called the Awful Teen Paranormal Romance Generator.
The Keys to Clark Kent -
Clark finds out the hard way why driving Lois around when she's hot on the scent of a story isn't always the best idea.
Seen Through a Glass Window -
Clark's front door is quite see-through. So is the conference room door. What might someone see if they happened to look through at the wrong time?
Snowy Secrets -
Lois and Clark are in Smallville on assignment during a Christmas snowstorm... so is Trask, looking for Superman!
A slight reimagining of a certain scene from the episode "Ordinary People."
The Egg -
Lois gets a Superman exclusive. Or does she? A response to the April 2013 Comedy Challenge. Set in the middle of Season 1.
A T-shirt Revelation -
Lois feels it's time that Clark had one of these, and it's his birthday soon, so it's the perfect present. What will come to light when he wears it?
Just Say... ??? -
Jimmy gets a surprise call from Lois.
Partnership, Friendship & Love... -
A poem dedicated to the story of Lois and Clark's relationship...
Well, That's the Breaks! -
Sometimes love just isn't enough... WHAM warning with a twist.
Not So Ordinary After All -
In a continuation of the author's story "Ordinary Like This," following an angry revelation that takes place at the end of "Barbarians at the Planet," Lois, with a little help from her friends, begins to see through Lex Luthor.
When Death Comes Knocking, Punch Him in the Mouth -
Lois is wrongly diagnosed with terminal cancer and decides to go out with a bang -- literally. Clark scrambles to find her before she does something which can't be fixed. Set at the end of Season 1.
An Afternoon in the Life of a Working Mom -
How would Lois juggle work, house and kids in the absence of her husband?
Wondrous Stories -
What do you do when the grandchildren come over for a visit? Easy, tell them stories! But these are not just anyone's grandchildren and these are not ordinary stories. Told in the "Stranger" universe, this is a loose follow-up to "Garden of Memories."
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