CrossoversLinks last checked on March 5, 2005.
X-Files/Multiple Shows Slash parody. Wombatís hilarious parody of slashfic
cliches. With guest appearances by characters from Sentinel, Professionals,
Highlander, etc. A must read for all slash fans.
Quantum Leap/The Sentinel/Due South
Lisa Martin Non-Graphic Slash. Lisa is not only a wonderful
friend, but an amazing writer and zine editor to boot. She alone is responsible for
introducing me to QL (like I *need* another fandom). What happens when you put
Al, Jim, and Ray Vecchio in a bar together? Why conversations on their quirky
partners, of course! 67k
Wombat Slash. Wombat is an amazing writer, and this x-over just
reinforces my opinion. Back in the summer of 1979, a young Fox Mulder meets
Adam Pierson at a hippie commune. Twenty years later, Mulder is called to
investigate when the people who were at the camp keep turning up murdered. Will
Mulder find Adam in time, or is Adam the murderer Mulder is searching for?
Who Watches the Watchers? by Kim Sefcik
Gen. Did anybody else out there like Strange
Luck?? I loved that show and was thrilled when I found this story. Three universes
collide when Mulder
begins an investigation of a series of beheadings with freak lightning storms. Please
note that this link will take you to the main archive.
The Inquisitor by Sorka
Gen. Sorka creates a truly believable, well-written x-over here.
and Scully cross paths with Ellison and Sandburg when both pairs are on the trail of a
murderer with heightened senses.
Kindred Spirits by
Vyola Slash. Oh wow! I do love this beautifully written story.
Like is attracted to like when Blair mistakenly receives a book meant for Methos.
The Look, Look Again, and One Last Look by Bone
Slash. Oh.My.God. I think my monitor melted as I read this series -
Iím a Blair and/or Methos fan! Jim. Duncan. PWP. ĎNuff said.
Crossover Series by Cindy L. Combs
Gen. As you can probably guess by now, I donít read a lot of gen stories.
Cindyís, however, are an exception I gladly make. Two men, both carry
pocketknives, are highly intellegent and able to improvise at a momentís notice, and
both happen to absolutely hate guns. Whatís the connection?
The Sentinel/Due South
by TAE Gen.
A finely crafted series featuring all your favourites from both shows. What if Jim
Ellison isnít the only Sentinel out there?
A Debt Repaid
Joanne CollinsSlash. This story will always hold a special place in my
heart, as it was my first introduction to the Sentinel. Joanne's lovely writing started me
reading, then watching Jim and Blair. Much thanks to Sierray for sending the updated URL for this story!
The Sentinel/La Femme Nikita
by D.L. Witherspoon Gen. This story is a great read, especially the
interactions between Jim and Nikita. Jim Ellison is recruited by Section One.
Just a Guy by
ZorrorojoSlash. Wow, this is a truly wonderful series, and better yet, it's
*long* and keeps growing! Imagine the surprise of the U.S.S. Minnow...uh...Voyager
crew when they come across an adrift Federation ship in the Delta Quadrant, complete
with a rather unique pair of passengers. I have to admit, the 'trial of Methos' stories
are, by far, my favourites. Excellent characterization all the way around.
The One That Got Away by Kellie Matthews and Julia KosatkaAdult/Slash. Whew, did it just get warm in here? Wow, it's quite the story when the Immortal thief Amanda crosses
paths with Ben and Ray V. while setting up a heist. Kellie and Julia do a wonderful job
capturing all three of the main characters. Plus, there are sequels!!
by Agnes Joseph Non-graphic slash. This story first appeared in
the Quantum Leap fanzine "The Angel and the Dreamer 3" and was most deservedly
nominated for a Stiffie Fanfiction award. What happens when Sam leaps into the
body of Duncan MacLeod, and why is Methos the reason Sam is there in the first
place. The way Agnes captures all four of the main characters leaves me in absolute
awe, as does the plot of the story itself. A must-read for any QL fan! 172k
The Falcon and the Breeze by
James WalkswithwindSlash. Yet another fabulous zine story, this time
out of the pages of ĎBeefstick & Lambchop Ií. Iíve read a lot of stories where Blair
becomes an Immortal, but this was the first I came across where he is already a very
old one. When his longtime friend, ĎAdam Piersoní, comes to visit, how will it affect
the dynamics of Blairís relatively new relationship with Jim? An intriguing concept
that is carefully explored.
Highlander/Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Dead Link - Nov. 3 The Shades of Gray series by Jenny W.
Gen. Looks like Iím not the only one that thinks Methos and Angel
have a lot in common. Jenny does an amazing job of capturing both characters. The
friendship she develops between them is not only realistic, but comforting at the same
The Phantom Menace/The Velvet Goldmine
Little Stranger by Lilith Sedai and Cori Lannam Slash. There is no
such thing as too much Ewan! I have to admit that I passed over this story at first,
honestly because I couldnít fathom these two universes crossing. My mistake. This
one is worth the read. When Obi-Wan falls down the rabbit hole to another universe,
Qui Gon sets out to find him. But are either Master *or* Apprentice prepared to
meet Obiís AU doppelganger, Curt Wild?
Dead Link Turning and
Returning by Jori
Remington Slash. Third Place Winner in the Mulder/Other catergory of
the 1999 Spooky awards. Old lovers are thrown together by an investigation into
three mysterious murders on a Naval base. But can Harm and Mulder keep the past in
perspective? Told in past and present tense, Jori does an amazing job with the
flashbacks (no easy task, as most writers will tell you). 123k
Once a Thief/X-Files
Stealing a Moment by
Brenda Antrim Slash. Another lovely tale from the amazing Brenda. A
case of mistaken identity makes for a very...ahem...interesting situation between
Mulder and Victor.
Chosen Men series by
Slash. If youíre looking for a *long*, in-depth series about two of the
arguably best soldiers in fandom, then have I got a recommendation for you. Spanning
centuries, Hellblazer takes her readers on an amazingly written journey of epic
The Immortal Richard Sharpe has had many lovers in his life, including the
not-so-mythical Methos. Warning: For those of you that prefer stories with happy
endings, I suggest you stop reading after Part 4 of the series. It's rough going
and heavy angst/torture ahead after that chapter.
Eye of the Beholder/Shallow Grave
Third Eye Blind by
Brenda Antrim Slash. Hmm, an Ewan/Ewan crossover? Sounds good
to me. Besides, I *loved* Shallow Grave, almost as much as I though Eye of the
Beholder *sucked*. Still, Brenda has taken the best elements of these two very
different stories and has combined them into an excellent crossover. Meet the Eyeís
latest obsession, Alex Law. 45k
Kerithwyn Jade Slash. An out-of-sorts Nightwing finds some good
advice -- and a little bit more -- when he runs into the X-Menís Angel. 50k
The West Wing/X-Files
Dead Link Pursuit of
Jori Slash. Mix two afternoon joggers, a dropped cell phone, an
overworked Deputy Chief of Staff and an underappreciated Special Agent and what do
you get? Another great crossover from Jori. 70k
The West Wing/JAG
by Isilzha Slash. Cruising gay bars can be politically dangerous,
especially when you are a White House employee. Fortunately for Josh Lyman, Leo
sends CIA agent Clayton Webb to keep the wayward Deputy Chief of Staff out of
Angel/The Dead Zone
by Perri Smith Gen. The only thing I don't like about this story is the fact that I'd been toying with crossing these two shows myself and Perri beat me to it. She has done an outstanding job, though, with a plotline that never occurred to me. To quote her summary: Two seers walk into a bar... 32K
Buffy/Harry Potter L'Heure Blue by Dale Edmonds Slash. I have to admit, I came across this story through the Polyamorous Recommendations Site. The combination of Draco/Riley was odd enough to catch my attention, and damned if it doesn't work in this story. Riley's latest military posting is to help out in the Wizarding War in England. Too bad he's assigned to one of the most bitter figures in the UK's Army of Light. I love how effortlessly the two universes cross in this story, and writing was stong enough to leave me aching for both of the lead characters. 20K
Sam I Am
by Dorothy Marley Non-Graphic Slash. Fluffy, but entertaining. Sam Becket, meet Sam Carter. Your leap, should you choose to accept it is to change the future of one Jack O'Neill and one Daniel Jackson. 114K
Runaway Trains at 3 A.M. and Lines of Communication by Christina Kamnikar Gen. It's snowing in hell, folks. I can't believe I'm doing this, but I'm actually recommending a pair of Dawn-centric fics. I guess it goes to show that Clark Kent can save anybody, even the world's most annoying teenager. Clark and Dawn, both runaways, have an accidental meeting in a Denver station. The sequel also has it's moments, especially when Martha Kent dispenses some motherly advice on how to handle teenagers to Buffy. 113K, 105K
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