A very simple place for my stuff.
A couple of Fringe fics, and a new page for them! Young Justice, Firefly, and The King's Speech bits, plus a Fearful Symmetry drabble from last year, and working on more. Ao3 notations on fic archived there.
Journal. I've succumbed to the meme.
Offpanel Livejournal Community! Come chat with us!
The World's Finest page: Getting to Know You; "But What Does It *Mean*"; Game, Set, Rematch!; Finer Friends; Epilogue: Young Justice; Bevis' "What Really Matters" AU fic; Diversion; Close Encounter.
Nightwing and the Titans Fiction page: The Thousandth Man; "More Close Than a Brother"; "With You in Any Water"; Without Masks; Without Masks: Nightwing; Running Blind; Metafic 1/20; Leaving Delphi; On Target; Taking Aim; Taking Aim: I Spy; Centering; Nightwing Woke Up Gay; Truth or Dare: Reverberations; Florotica; Jane Austen Was Right; Incontrovertible (200 words); (Nothing) You Want; Mirror; 250 words; 300 word drabble; Iconic; Interview with a Titan: Jesse Quick; Solo; Stress Reaction; Kissing Dick (13 drabbles); T-shirt fic; Intermission; Centering v.2; Infinite Crisis drabble; Triangle.
The Other DC Fiction page: Two Bullets; A Pause, Before; Truth from the Edge of Armageddon; Waiting For...; These Vicious Things; Restoration; The DCU Woke Up Gay; Drabble, 150 words; "In Brightest Day" parts 1-3 (ongoing); Comme si, Comme ša; Oracle: Six Stories; Two, Divided by Zero; Needs Must: April 1946; K/C challenge fic; Needs Must prologue; Sacrifice (Paula); Jane Austen was Right; Restoration (Kal); Jack/Sand drabble; 50-word fics; Dragon and Tempest; Introduction; Showtime; Veritas; After Life; untitled #16; Stay; Singularity; Witness; (of a) Kind; Diana/Bruce drabble; How the Witch Canary Got Her Prize (1); Diana drabble; Fury; Foxhole; Outtake; Sp°kelse; Transliteration; Batman Begins shortfic; Tristan and Isolde 3000; No Good Deed; Skyrocket drabble; Jack Knight IC drabble; Talia IC drabble; In Brightest Day drabble; Letifos drabble; Vixen drabble; All Along the (Animated) Watchtower; two Superman Returns ficlets.
The Marvel, Crossover, and Other Comic Fiction page: Triptych; Golden Afternoon; Freefall; Second Sight; Thunderbolt drabbles; [Rising Stars] Sketch; Rooftop.
The Fringe fiction page: Someone Borrowed, Betrayal, the Quantum Entanglements series, Fringe and the Dark Tower crossovers.
Other (non-comic book) Fiction page: LoTR, Fushigi Yuugi, Sports Night, House of Flying Daggers, Space: Above and Beyond, Firely, The King's Speech, and other miscellany.
Unfinished Fiction page: A litany of shame. Not even the half of it, really.
Links page: People I like, places I visit. I just redid the main offpanel links page, which has everything I'd want to link there. Check it out. :)
By popular demand: Actually, because Alestar
made me. :p
I'm Kerithwyn Jade, better known as 'rith.
Who am I?
Heck, does it matter? I love comics, always have. I was reading comics when girls just didn't *do* that kind of thing and we were eyed as alien invaders when we dared to broach the inner sanctum of the comic shops.
Like so many others, I grew up reading the X-Men. For a long time that was the only game in town. Eventually I found other comics that drew me nearly as powerfully, and that was a good thing, because the X-Men had lost their charm--and yeah, that was while Chris Claremont was still writing.
A couple of years years ago I discovered the Legion of Super-Heroes, and they utterly supplanted the mutants forever as my most cherished comic team. I love team books; the dynamic between characters remains as fascinating as ever, though the players change. I can't resist the good runs of Avengers and Titans, and Busiek's Thunderbolts, the Levitz Legion, and yes, Claremont's X-Men.
Then there are the individual characters: Nightwing and Robin and Oracle (thanks to Chuck Dixon), Arsenal (thanks to Devin Grayson), Tempest (thanks to Phil Jimenez), and too many of the Legionnaires to name. I love these characters--these people. They're part of my life, fictional though they may be. What a wonder it was to discover the Internet and (pardon) legions of fans who felt as I did, and who expressed that love in writing. Not for publication or money or fame, but for *fun.*
And now I'm having fun, too.