WELL this has been in the works (even as kinda only an idea) for roughly i don’t know THREE YEARS? So I promised myself I’d post it tonight.
Title: Sherlock Holmes and the Judge of Souls Fandom: Sherlock Holmes/Les Miserables
Rating: PG13 probably (there’s nothing worse here than in either book)
Characters: Sherlock Holmes, John Watson, Grantaire, Grantaire’s sister, Enjolras Summary:
At the turn of the nineteenth century, Holmes and Watson are called to
France to investigate the case of a man who died in the 1832 riots.
This is what happens when I’m allowed access to a pencil. THE ADVENTURES OF SALLY! Basically, this is her thought process during and after The Reichenbach Fall, in the form of bad and hard-to-read doodles.
Because I like Sally. She rocks. SO I MADE A BAD COMIC.
Favourite characters of 2011 (sticking to ‘active’ characters only- so no Marthas or Eowyns or Skywalkers, alas)
Rory Pond (Doctor Who): Because he’s a brave, loyal, flawed hero.
Amy Pond (Doctor Who): The exact same reasons except also she likes to dress as a pirate.
Mels Zucker/Melody Pond (Doctor Who): It took me a while to warm to River (I like her now, of course) but I liked Mels instantly- I don’t know why. Then I wrote a lot of fanfiction about her incredibly unorthodox childhood, thusly spending a lot of time in her head. Now I really love her.
Kelly Bailey (Misfits): Do I even need a reason for her? She is amazing. Kick-ass, loyal, confident, brave, beat up Nazis, headbutted Hitler.
Shaun the probation worker (Misfits): Obviously I wouldn’t want to spend any time with him in real life, in fact I’d hate his guts, but he was such a slimy, sleazy, magnificent bastard that I looked forward to his scenes most of all.
Marnie (Misfits): I deliberated for about twenty seconds whether to put Marnie or Nathan on the list, but it had to be Marnie, because she’s basically a female Nathan and is awesome.
Luna Lovegood (Harry Potter): I wish I was more like Luna. I’m slowly getting there.
Neville Longbottom (Harry Potter): There are a lot of badasses in the world. He’s the best.
FRYCROFT Mycroft Holmes (Sherlock Holmes): This is the most important man in the British government, who casually strolls naked round his house and flirts with the servants.
John Watson (Sherlock Holmes): Come on, it’s Watson!
Mary Watson (Sherlock Holmes): The unsung hero of A Game Of Shadows. Hey, it was her who actually translated all of Moriarty’s notebooks. And she knows how to handle a gun.
Rapunzel (Tangled): God she’s awesome. Hyper, childlike, creative, clever, and yet can fight when the chips are down.
Jodie ‘Scout’ Allen (Waterloo Road): Not many people know this, but I’m addicted to Waterloo Road. And she was my favourite of the kids. I dunno what exactly it was drew me to her…probably because she was treated appallingly by everyone, including her horrible mother, and came out swinging nonetheless.
Daniel Chalk (Waterloo Road): And he’s my favourite of the teachers. Look at his squishy face. I wish the romance between him and Janeece had worked out, bloke deserves a little happiness. Fun fact: Mark Benton was Clive in Rose.
Miranda Hart (Miranda): Okay, I know that there wasn’t actually a series of Miranda this year, but she did show up on the Michael McIntyre show and stuff, so she’s going in here. Also I want her for the Twelveth Doctor.
Sarah Jane Smith (The Sarah Jane Adventures): This should have been her year.