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Friday, June 29th, 2012
2:23 pm
So I'm in the shower and it hits me.
Monsters vs Aliens.
What if Doctor Cockroach . . . is Howard Stark?

Think about it. Amazing inventions, genius and even in the flashback, Cockroach looks like Howard Stark.

And then, one day, say, during the events of the movie, the Monsters show up to help defend New York and Cockroach and Tony come face to face again . . .
Monday, December 26th, 2011
11:47 pm
The Invincible Iron . . . Woman?
I posted this to my Tumblr and then figured, hey, what the hell, why not evil_plotbunnie?
In all Marvel/Sailor Moon fusions that I’ve seen, Ami takes the role of Spider-Man, the hero that has the most character traits in common with her. But really, there’s a couple of others whose shoes she could step into, most notably, Iron Man. Aside from the playboy side of Tony Stark, they really do have a great deal in common.

Genius, overwhelming sense of personal responsibility, the willingness to lay it all on the line and take the risks so no one else has too. Aside from the playboy characteristic and that could easily be a front for Ami, its very possible to imagine a world where a Teenaged or young adult Ami builds a set of armor for herself and puts up a front as a socialite
"Ice Queen" to divert attention from the fact that no one has ever seen her and the mysterious Iron Woman at the same time.

But even as Ami battles the terrorist organization known as A.I.M, there are other enigmas surrounding her. Such as the green haired woman with the two cats who seems to know more about her than she does. Or the man in the mask and tuxedo and his gang of sailor suited women who are tearing the city apart looking for something … or someone.

Above them all is the sense that Ami can’t shake, vauge dreams about an evil force, and rumors in the dark, whispers of a single name that drives fear and terror before it like a rampaging herd of cattle on stampede. The name is Beryl … and Ami may be the only thing in her way …

Something like that. Beryl would take the place of the Mandarin in this, obviously, but I haven't come up with why Ami would build or put on the suit in the first place.
Monday, May 30th, 2011
7:56 pm
Something that's been bouncing around in the old brainpan
Jane Foster needed help. She'd finally found the perfect man, and he'd gone home . . . to another dimenson and the wormhole had been permanently shut. For Jane was in love with Thor, God of Thunder.

Jane, however, is not about to give up. She's convinced that there's another way to Asgard and if that means searching through every single old text and scroll about mythology then so be it. She takes out an ad and to her surprise, the ad is answered by a traveling biker, Johnny. Johnny doesn't seem like the scholarly type, which makes it all the more surprising when Jane's assistant, Darcy indentifies Johnny as Johnny Blaze, the hotshot stunt biker.

And then the murders start, an evil is stalking the desert and while Johnny didn't do it, he's here for the one who did. Johnny is the Ghost Rider, a human/demon hybrid who hunts down the ones who escape from the lands of the dead and sends them back.

Ghost Rider, as it turns out, can travel to Asgard, but when they arrive, the real trouble starts. For it is the time of the Odinsleep, and the Ghost Rider does not belong in the realm of the Gods. His very presence is upsetting the balance of power in the Nine Realms and attracting all the wrong kind of attention. But so long as Odin sleeps, not even Ghost Rider can return to Earth.

Now, Ghost Rider and Thor must work together to keep, Surt, Lord of the Fire Giants from conquering all of Asgard even as back on Earth, the God Loki, posessing the body of Jane's mentor, Erik, must contend with a man named Mordo, who has plans of his own, and a dark master with the means to topple the Aesir and burn the Nine Realms to ashes . . . and Loki is the only thing in his way.

Note: In the Ghost Rider movie, Johnny was shown to have amassed quite the collection of books and other things in order to be ready when Mephisto called in his marker. I figure he probably taught himself to read Classical Greek and old Norse in the process and did his own translations,.

Current Mood: [insert funny here]
Friday, November 19th, 2010
3:04 am
Because anything that makes me giggle can't be good.
Historical Fiction:

Teddy Roosevelt and Vladimir Putin team up to stop Stalin and Harry Truman from destroying the world. Because honestly, two of the greates badasses in political history working together can't be anything other then awesome. Samuel L. Jackson may also make an appearence. However, that much badassery may in fact, rip the universe a new one in the same way a collapsed star turns into a Black Hole.

How did they come back? Why are they trying to destroy the world? Not a clue, I've come up with several scenarios, each more fundamentally rediculous then the last.

Why TR, Stalin, and Truman are alive:
Meteors (Because meteors are assholes)
Cloning experiment
viral weapons
Time hiccup
Aliens. (Why did they do it? Science? Precognition? Nah. They did it for the lulz.)
Alien vampires. Again, for the lulz.

Why Truman and Stalin want to destroy the world, or at least refuse to accept that their actions will end in fire:
Insanity brought on by ressurection method.
Unable to accept that they've traveled through time.
Evil clones
Mind control victims. (It didn't take on Teddy. The control device couldn't handle the awesome.)
They got drunk on alien beer.

Alternatively, replace Truman with Andrew Jackson.

And goddamnit, this would make a perfect NaNo novel . . .

Current Mood: [insert funny here]
Saturday, October 9th, 2010
3:42 pm
The Fifth House
Saw this, and while excrement doesn't even begin to describe it, it got me thinking. What if there was a fifth house? But I really don't have the time to do it, so I'm putting this up for adoption. Or at least for your amusment.

Rose Weasley never quite fit in. True, she was loyal, brave, courageous, intelligent, but she had inherited her uncle's sense of mischeif, and trouble and chaos often dogged her footsteps. Still, she was expecting to be a Gryffindor. Like her parents. So imagine her surprise when her turn at the Hat came up and instead of Gryffindor, or even Hufflepuff, or Ravenclaw or (god forbid) Syltehrin, the Hat bellows out "Stormbringer!".

As it turns out, there is, or used to be, a fifth house as there was a fifth founder, an emissary from Merlin himself. Some sort of realative, supposedly. Unfortunutly, he left following a fall out with the other founders and the death of his female companion, the house stricken from the records, and his students were asorbed into the other houses, though they never quite fit in with their fellows. Eventually, Stormbringer House passed out of living memory, appeariing only in the earliest of early Hogwarts records. The Hat was instructed to choose students based on qaulities which only fit the other Four. But Rose, apparently, is too much like the Stormbringer to fit into any of the houses.

The dorm remains though, the house elves still keeping it clean and neat over the centuries, awaiting the day when it might be filled with the sound of children once more.

Options are discussed, ideas are tossed around. Hermione is unhappy, mostly because there was something she didn't know.

As the adults argue, Rose encounters the Stormbringer House Ghost. Her name is Dorthy, a young woman with blond hair dressed in clothes that are not from a thousand years ago and a cannister hanging on her belt marked "Nitro-9".

As it turns out, what killed Dorthy is returning, there is no way to contact the Stormbringer, and that leaves Rose, her cousin Albus, and Professor John Smith, the visiting Arithmantcy professor, to do something about it. Strange chap, Smith . . .

Saturday, September 18th, 2010
6:27 pm
Think of it as a slight AU
I was watching Justice Leauge: New Frontier and this hit me. I am very, very, deeply sorry . . . maybe.

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Friday, September 10th, 2010
8:56 am
Crossovers that I should never write. Installment #466178123
But first, Jess Nevins does some speculating about Toy Story, and it is awesome.

In the criminal world, from Street thugs, to mobster, to pirates to the white collar predators who operate outside the law, there is a legend. A boogyman who stalks them, leaving behind the burning remains of their empires, and the sound of sirens ringing in their ears. He is the Phantom, an Immortal who walks through the world like a ghost and cannot be killed.

What they doesn't realize is that the Phantom is a legacy, an identidy that has been passed down from father to son along the Walker family line for nearly five hundred years, creating the illusion of an immortal being. When one dies, his son takes his place.

I love the Phantom as a concept. The quintenssential mystery man. But it started me thinking. 22 generations of Phantoms and presumably an infinite number to follow. What kind of people do they meet in that time? Who will they meet?

The Shadow obviously tops the list. I like to think of the Phantom as the Superman to the Shadow being Batman. Both war on crime, but with very different methods and yet, they're friends.

Batman too. Or even, Batman Beyond, which actually takes place around the time of Phantom 2040. Roughly.

Dexter Morgan is another one. I can see this going one of two ways. The Phantom either stops Dexter, or lets him be, recognizing that whatever else, Dexter is at least trying to prevent harm to innocent people.

There's Doc Savage of course, the undisputed king of the pulp novel and arguably their one true Superman, all comparisons to the Phantom aside.

Sailor Moon or pretty much any anime you can think of. I like Sailor Moon for the crack value, though.

Brisco County Jr. Would be hilarious. Especially if he ran into Jonah Hex. Hmmmmm, Actually, I like this one. *circles it*

Looking ahead, there's Star Trek, of course. Probably others I can't really recall right now. I'm up way too early for me, you see, for God knows why reasons, and this is my brain coming up with weird shit instead of craving sleep like it should be.

Other Phantom Crossover ideas that are strictly for the lulz:
Doctor Who
Iron Man
Dr. Horrible . . . Oh, I really like that idea.
Big Trouble in Little China
Harry Potter
The Mask
Honor Harrington
The Matrix

and so on.

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010
9:22 pm
A crossover that I'm a little surprised no one has ever thought of.
Centuries ago, humans and an ancient race called Gummi Bears lived side by side. But the Gummis' advances in technology and science terrified the humans and they drove the Gummis out in a violent war. Betrayed, the Gummis vanished, little by little, until they were no more and only legends remained.

King Gregor of Dunwyn, however, has more important things to worry about. Like the party of visitors from the North. Vikings from the Island kingdom of Berk and their Dragon allies. The island has become crowded and the Vikings are looking to expand southward, or at least get some of the dragons to move out. But Gregor is wary and wants the Vikings to prove their peaceful intent. Only a marriage between Hiccup, son of the Chief, and Gregor's daughter Calla will earn the trust of both sides.

But Astrid, who doesn't want to see Hiccup married to someone who isn't her, disrupts the wedding plans, turning Dunwyn and Berk against each other. Well to be fair, it was mostly Ruffnut and Tuffnut's fault.

Buty, as both lands prepare for war, a new threat looms. The evil Duke Igthorn, sworn enemy of Dunwyn, has uncovered an ancient Gummi weapon and is moving it towards Dunwyn Castle, intent on conquering it for himself and from there, Berk. If he suceeds, he will be unstoppable.

Now, in order to stop Ignthorn and prevent a war, Calla and her friend Cavin the squire must reveal their most precious, deepest secret. Deep in the forests of Dunwyn, one tribe of Gummi Bears still lives . . . and they are our last hope.

Sunday, April 18th, 2010
10:56 am
There is more of this living in my head... it's developed a pretty epic plot, actually. But that doesn't change the fact that a Pirates of the Carribean/Star Trek crossover is just silly.

Beckett was, frankly, puzzled...Collapse )

Current Mood: weird
Wednesday, April 14th, 2010
3:24 pm
I keep hoping I'm wrong...
Hello, first time I'm posting on this com but I wanted this idea out of my head.

Just imagine..

Secretly, Voldemort has become the world only master. Most peopole don't know it but the governments and every military organization is corrupt and follow all of his (obviously) evil ideas.

Everyone? Well, not entirely... One small group of indomitable people still hold out against the Dark Lord.

It's name? Al Qaida. Hiding behind this name, the true heros are fighting. Harry Potter, Chuck Norris, Naruto,
R. daneel Olivaw and their chief, hiding behind his beard, Gandalf.

I have to say that the original idea was from my brother. But it had me cracking up so...

Hope my english is fine !
Friday, March 5th, 2010
8:42 am
I have always been faintly amused by the fact that Impossible Pictures re-used a lot of creature models from the Walking With... series in later projects like Prehistoric Park and Primeval. It's as if the whole set of shows all stem from the same universe. A universe in which, for reasons I cannot begin to imagine right now, the BBC has a time machine.

I kind of want to write fanfiction set in this universe. Characters would be drawn from Life on Mars/Ashes to Ashes, Primeval, any number of spy and historical dramas, and real-life BBC executives - one of whom goes around bitching that Nigel Marven is in no way responsible enough to be trusted with a car, let alone a flippin' time machine.

Current Mood: silly
Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010
12:46 am
From the file marked "Crossovers of the Damned"
I'm probably going to write this. Eventually.Collapse )

Current Mood: I have no mood. I am emotionless. You are illogical.
Sunday, January 10th, 2010
8:21 am
I had a dream last night that was a crossover between Stargate: SG1 and Avatar. SG1 went to Pandora to warn the Na'vi that the Go'auld were going to invade (hurrah for apostrophes). There was a bit where Sigourney Weaver's character warned them that if they got their avatars killed they wouldn't get replacements, because the things are too expensive to make - they ended up having to make an exception, however, for Colonel O'Neill, who ended up going through several of them.

Current Mood: geeky
Tuesday, December 29th, 2009
9:30 pm
What if?
So I just had a thought.

What if the world of the power rangers was just that, another world?

One that can be reached by a Stargate.

Now imagine SG-1, or the guys from Atlantis, or even SGU (which admittedly I know almost nothing about) came through.

Ideally, I'm thinking either MMPR era, Dino Thunder era, or RPM, but those are my favorite PR series, so who knows?

Current Mood: Mmm, I do love me a tasty money burrito
Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009
3:32 pm
CSI . . . Sparta?
Well, Frank, it looks like the three hundred . . .

*puts on sunglasses*

just became three.


and from my friend alex:

Well it looks like *puts on sunglasses* THIS IS SPARTA *Kicks someone into the pit*
Friday, September 18th, 2009
8:51 am
A thought that occured to me very early this morning, in the ten minutes between me actually waking up and my alarm clock going off:

Khan Noonien Singh; big, disgruntled genius of Indian extraction, with a serious grudge against the people he blames for the death of his beloved wife. You know who he'd be in a nineteenth century steampunk world, don't you? Why, Captain Nemo, of course!

This is an AU I'm pretty sure the world doesn't need.

Current Mood: worried
Sunday, June 28th, 2009
9:43 pm
Why I shouldn't be allowed to watch cartoons
Ever wonder why Tony DiNozzo acts like such a kid sometimes?

Because before he was an NCIS agent, before he was a homicide detective, Anthony DiNozzo was an operative with the Kids Next Door. When he reached the age of 13 he pretended to be decomissioned but actually became an undercover operative working to undermine the Teens.

Yes, it's an NCIS/Codename: Kids Next Door crossover. Bonus points if Abby is also an undercover KND agent (because she so would be).
Friday, May 22nd, 2009
11:22 pm
Vulcans (DS9, Take me out to the Holosuite) versus Vampires (Twilight). Who wins the baseball game?

Current Mood: amused
Sunday, May 17th, 2009
10:57 pm
Yet another sign that I'm slowly going mad
I woke up this morning with this in my head, and it was too good (bad) not to write. Worse still, there may be sequels

The complex lay buried under the streets of Tokyo. It was old, ancient when history was first recorded and built by a race who had been old when life on Earth was but microbes in its seas.

It's interior was dark and quiet. The great reactor at its heart was barely active, putting out just enough power to maintain the stasis fields and standby systems.

One fine Tuesday, in the control room, panels began to light up as the central computer came online, stasis fields spinning down. This was no automated systems check, for the standby systems had detected an alarm. The central computer began to sift through information as it stabbed out fingers of data. Out in space, other computers, much like it, stirred and muttered sleepily back.

The central computer considered the data presented to it. There had been other alarms in the past, systems breaking down, or a meteor strike taking out some part of the great network it governed. But this was different. Had it been part of its programming, it might have panicked a bit, for this was what it had been put in place against. But instead, it simply consulted its protocols, and then called up the correct systems and selected the appropriate menu.

Life support systems now came online, more stasis fields powering down and in their berths, biomechanical life stirred and growled.

Finally, in central control, the wall parted, revealing a coldsleep capsule which hissed as it brought its occupant back to full wakefulness. Medical sensors scanned the occupant, updating their files as blood once more began to move through the flesh and brain activity came up. Satisfied, the capsule opened as clothing was removed from stasis and presented to him.

Artemis, High Mage of the Silver Imperium, gasped as he staggered out of the capsule, clutching at the robe and then fell to his knees, retching as coldsleep sickness hit him.

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Current Mood: Mmm, I do love me a tasty money burrito
Sunday, May 3rd, 2009
5:15 pm
Cross fandom crack. CRACK, I TELLS YA!
I have those SD style action figures on my desk. I was looking at them and the following pairing popped into my head. I can't even begin to imagine how this would come about.

A Picture is worth a thousand wordsCollapse )

Current Mood: Mmm, I do love me a tasty money burrito
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