Blue Belle Chapter 03
Joe's Note: This chapter was posted while my normal beta was on vacation and so it was filled with assorted errors. And got patched up even more when she pointed out some actual plot and character errors, meaning I was really off my game. Which is why it's always a good idea to reread my stuff once in a while if it's been a while since I updated. Because hey, this version of the author's note was written over a year and a half after the chapter was originally posted, when I came back through to do one last round of cleanup and tweaking.
Xander jumped as the library doors slammed open, but before he could focus enough to morph his body into something a bit more human looking, his brain froze at the sight of a green-haired Cordelia. An exceedingly busty and green-haired Cordelia. "I don't suppose one of you freaks wants to tell me why I took my wig off this morning and found this underneath instead of my real hair? And don't even try pretending to be innocent; ev
Blue Belle Chapter 02
Joe's Note: And now, since I took over the Joe's Note of Chapter 1 to talk about what was going on with the reboot, a bit about this story. I was doing one of my regular 'purge the Challenge section with fire' crusades and ran into OldManAlexi's "A Mutating Halloween" challenge. I liked it and so I decided to do something with it. I've done a bit of mangling to create the setting for this story, even discounting that I pushed the entire mess - Buffy, X-Men, and Spider-Man - forward to take place in the current day. It's set just after X-Men (2000) and Spider-Man (2002) but before either movie's sequels. In the case of X-Men, the supposed prequels - that create gaping plot holes you could put a helicarrier through - are disregarded as well. On the other hand, because that leaves me with a very limited cast of characters, I will be mixing in my own versions - some based heavily on their Ultimate incarnation while others are either 616-influenced
Blue Belle Chapter 01
Title: Blue Belle
Author: JoeHundredaire (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Disclaimer: Right, I actually went and checked to be sure this time… Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel: the Series, and all associated characters belong to Fran and Kaz Kuzui. With a myriad of writers, artists, and editors, actual rights are a nightmare when you go near a comic book universe. Suffice it to say that Marvel Entertainment LLC owns all of the property printed in their comics, along with the television and movie adaptations of said same property. Not mine, don't sue, and so forth and so on.
Dedications & Thanks: To Ramenth and Wise for beta-reading help and advice, and AnotherJD for translating my various Asgardians into their affected speech pattern. To