May. 9th, 2011

ficticons: (karl urban glasses)
Title: Solitary
Fandom: Camelot (Starz)
Characters and/or pairings: Sybil, Morgan, OFC (in the story only briefly)
Rating: G
Length: 779 words
Disclaimer )
Summary: Sybil thinks about Morgan while they're both still at the nunnery.

'But I am telling the truth, Sister Sarah!' )

AN: This fic was the result of this prompt posted by [profile] elwing_alycone in [community profile] fic_promptly.
ficticons: Icon of Stephanie Brown as Batgirl, drawn by a fan (steph!batgirl)
1. Why did you sign up for Dreamwidth?
Honestly? To follow [community profile] scans_daily. I'd started following them on LJ, went with them to IJ briefly, and now I'm here.

Read more... )

2. Why did you choose your journal name?
This journal has the same name as my fandom journal on LJ - [ profile] ficticons. It's an amalgam of 'fiction' and 'icons' - the two main things that I wanted that journal - and now this one - for.

3. Do you crosspost? Why or why not?
Sometimes. Looking at my crossposts to LJ, I see that the last time I did it was in August last year. I guess what I wanted was to have the content that I originally posted here more easily accessible to me when I was logged in to LJ (which probably means it was before I changed my settings so that I'm always logged on to DW on my PC). I do have an icon post that is worded exactly the same both here and on LJ, though - I guess I forgot to add the crosspost tag from here, or I posted there first and here later.

the other questions )
ficticons: (diana 70s themyscira)
Something else that I've been meaning to do (apart from fic and icons) is to write monthly reviews of the comics that I read (when I buy monthly or, alternatively, when I finish a trade). Here's one review for a comic that came out in March - the second of three I read that month. The first review was for the new revival of the CrossGen title Sigil (link goes to LJ, where the post includes a lengthy plot synopsis (and therefore spoilers)) and it is something I wrote before 3WFDW started.

But for today, I've got a review of DC Comics' Teen Titans #93 (subtitled "Step into the Light") by J. T. Krul [writer], Nicola Scott [penciller], Doug Hazlewood [inker], Sal Cipriano [letterer], and Jason Wright [colourist]. The cover was by Scott and Hazlewood with Wright.

I decided to start reading this title from this issue (and possibly stick with it at least for the first arc) for two reasons: the introduction of a new teen heroine who happens to be from India (like me, although that's where our similarities end, beyond the fact that she has powers and I don't) and because this seemed like a good place to jump in to the Teen Titans title, which I've been meaning to check out for a while anyway.

Click for the review )

My thoughts:
It looks good so far! I like Kiran, and I'm glad to be reading a book where I can get a regular dose of Rose (a character I'm intrigued about) as well as the other TT whom I'm not very familiar with, Bart and Kon. I've read quite a bit about Cassie, Raven, and Gar already, so I feel I know more about them and Tim, who is often in the Bat-stories that I read.

Other thoughts )

Overall? Interesting stuff. I'm willing to keep reading this title to see where this story goes and to see more of Kiran, her parents, and Helena.
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