[identity profile] feliciacraft.livejournal.com
I want to thank the mods for keeping this comm open for all of us to look back and celebrate the wonderful works and people in our beloved fandom. It's all too easy to dwell on the negative, and forget all the amazing things happening all around us.

So, may I have your attention a little longer for some awesome fanwork creators worthy of wider celebration and special mention:

From [livejournal.com profile] thenewbuzwuzz: Blackout Spuffy poetry made from shooting scripts. Such creativity!

1. Fool for Love (VAMPIRE...)
2. "Angel", "Doppelgängland" and "Welcome to the Hellmouth" ("what's it like where you are?...", "good girls...", "past SHATTERS...")
3. "Hush" and "Some Assembly Required" ("- CONTINUING - MORNING...", "at the graveyard...")

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[identity profile] dragonyphoenix.livejournal.com
Today my Tumblr feed included Alkeni's meta Amy Madison: A Dark Mirror and a Distant Echo. I'm not always big on meta but I did like this. It inlcuded a link to two of her stories, also about Amy Madison. I followed one of Alkeni's bookmarks and discovered stories by ScienceOfficerWillowRosenberg. So all of these recs come from me browsing off of a meta.

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[identity profile] lusciousxander.livejournal.com
The Lion Laying Down With The Lambness Of Xander And Larry by [livejournal.com profile] reremouse: Xander/Larry. What I'd pay to see the conclusion to this one? The Xander voice is perfection. The whole atmosphere is funny and witty and crazy. Xander and Larry in their most boy high school romance glory.

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And more of my favorite meta from the past year.

The trouble with insiders series by [livejournal.com profile] kwritten. Deep multi-chaptered analysis of several Buffy characters through "Insiders vs. Outsiders" scope. Consists of: 1: The heroic outsider, 2: Dawn and outsider knowledge and
3: Xander and the gap of lack.

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Some episode-related meta from the past year.

Lie to Me by [livejournal.com profile] gillo. Despite the title, it's “Lies My Parents Told Me” meta, and it's brilliant.
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[identity profile] red-satin-doll.livejournal.com
All of these meta posts are part of a "series" (minimum of two entries) in which at least one entry was posted in 2013.

Dawn Summers: Fighting for an Alternative Feminist Narrative - by [livejournal.com profile] kwritten This link takes you to "part 4" (really 5 parts including the introduction), which in turn has links to all the previous entries in the series. I don't know if this is the very first meta ever written about Dawn, but it's the first one I've come across; which is astonishing when you consider her importance and impact to BtVS. Winner of Best Meta in round 10 of the No Rest for the Wicked Awards, and deservedly so.

Of course you want to read more.... )
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My last list, which I'm doing now because I may be away this weekend.

Five fannish things I really enjoyed in 2013, in no particular order.

First, some wonderful meta from [livejournal.com profile] lostboy_lj, The Monomythology of Buffy. Buffy on Campbell's 'classic' hero's journey, all explained in pretty pictures. Brilliant!

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FANVIDS:
Tightrope by fray-adjacent12 - Boy, the movement and the rhythm of this vid! So amazing!
Born To Kill by thedothatgirl - Such an intense Faith vid! Love the B&W style and the explosive ending!
Final Hour (10th CHOSEN anniversary) by narvinek - OMG, I keep rewatching this new version and I keep comparing it to the old one and, yes, they're pretty different, the focus here is more tightly on Buffy but I really can't choose which one I like best... *_*

META:
Spike in ats s5 by coalitiongirl - This post makes such an interesting point about Spike!
Why We Fight: An Essay on Truth and Purpose by lynnenne - This meta made me really re-valuate the episode "Why We Fight"! ♥
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Thought I'd better get this in quick before the comm closes. Again, no unifying theme, just five Buffyverse things I enjoyed in 2012.

Redemption - Scattered Thoughts by [livejournal.com profile] beer_good_foamy. Meta that I don't think has been recced yet, but even if it has, can't be recced often enough IMO (which also applies to BGF's masterful Buffy, the Vampire Slayer vs Buffy the Vampire Slayer).

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 More meta-y goodness from 2012. Because meta essays just don't get enough love. (Parts 1 & 2  here  and  here )  I had originally promised myself not to repeat authors but changed my mind.  Humor me, gentle reader.  Hopefully more love will mean more meta essays in future, so share the love!
 
"Buffy and Spike Ramblings"   by   [livejournal.com profile] angearia    If there is anyone in the fandom, including myself, who loves Buffy Anne Summers and expresses that love more tenderly and thoughtfully than Emmie does, I haven't met them yet.  (Granted, I've only been in this fandom less than a year, but still...) How often do you come across a meditation, more prose poem than essay, on Buffy's feelings for Spike that begins with a poem from Pablo Neruda?  I love you in this way because I don't know any other way of loving.

"Effulgent Love"  by [livejournal.com profile] angearia   Because I couldn't choose.  I call this Emmie's definite statement on Buffy's love for Spike, her declaration in Chosen, and the "evolving state of her heart" over seven+ seasons. So many choice sentences and phrases that sing in my soul:  Buffy shows Spike all the ways she loves in Season 7 and it culminates with her verbal declaration in "Chosen", that final barrier to her fully opening her heart again, that damaged, battered organ that's been too afraid to love ever since her father left her, ever since Angel traumatized her in Innocence and the back half of Season 2 and the more in Season 3. 

"Giles and the Wild Woman"    by  [livejournal.com profile] norwie2010   The journey of Rupert Giles, how he is tested, challenged and changed by the women of Sunnydale, especially Buffy, Willow and Jenny, and how he tries to navigate the evolution "from tamer" under a patriarchial structure, "to tutor, to guide", the man who in the end steps back to support the narrative of the female heros.  And if that sounds dry, never fear; norwie enlivens academic concepts with a witty style as dry as a three-olive martini.  

"A Conversation that  Might Interest You, Dear F-list"  by  [livejournal.com profile] local_max   A direct response to norwie's meta, going deeper into the themes of power and gender, on the shifting relationships of Giles and all the women on the show, including Faith and Anya, most especially Willow; also touches briefly on the parallels between Xander and Spike in the later season.  

"The Chosen O"   by  [livejournal.com profile] lostboy_lj   I couldn't decide between all of his metas in 2012;   "Buffyverse Monsters, Part 2"   is worth reading just for his meticulous analysis of Buffy's conversation with Holden Webster in CWDP (yes, I just cheated and slipped in a 6th. Your forbearance I beg.)  But this is one of the most interesting and provocative takes on the final scene between Buffy and Spike, lush romanticism contrasted with post-modern referentiality and a nod to Star Wars. Worth it just for the gorgeous screencaps of SMG's face during that scene, hence the title.  I just wanna bask....
[identity profile] red-satin-doll.livejournal.com
More meta-y goodness from 2012. Because meta essays just don't get enough love. (Parts 1 & 2   ere  and   ere )  I had originally promised myself not to repeat authors but changed my mind.  Humor me, gentle reader.  Hopefully more love will mean more meta essays in future, so share the love!
"Buffy and Spike Ramblings"   by  [livejournal.com profile] angearia   If there is anyone in the fandom, including myself, who loves Buffy Anne Summers and expresses that love more tenderly and thoughtfully than Emmie does, I haven't met them yet.  (Granted, I've only been in this fandom less than a year, but still...) How often do you come across a meditation, more prose poem than essay, on Buffy's feelings for Spike that begins with a poem from Pablo Neruda?  I love you in this way because I don't know any other way of loving.
"Effulgent Love"   by  [livejournal.com profile] angearia  Because I couldn't choose.  I call this Emmie's definite statement on Buffy's love for Spike, her declaration in Chosen, and the "evolving state of her heart" over seven+ seasons. So many choice sentences and phrases that sing to my soul:  Buffy shows Spike all the ways she loves in Season 7 and it culminates with her verbal declaration in "Chosen", that final barrier to her fully opening her heart again, that damaged, battered organ that's been too afraid to love ever since her father left her, ever since Angel traumatized her in Innocence and the back half of Season 2 and the more in Season 3
"Giles and the Wild Woman"    by  [livejournal.com profile] norwie2010  The journey of one Rupert Giles, how he is tested, challenged and changed by the women of Sunnydale, especially Buffy, Willow and Jenny, and how he tries to navigate the evolution "from tamer" under a patriarchial structure, "to tutor, to guide", the man who in the end steps back to support the narrative of the female heros.  And if that sounds dry, never fear; norwie enlivens academic concepts with a witty style as dry as a three-olive martini.
"A Conversation that  Might Interest You, Dear F-list"  by  [livejournal.com profile] local_max   A direct response to norwie's meta, going deeper into the themes of power and gender, on the shifting relationships of Giles and all the women on the show, including Faith and Anya, most especially Willow; also touches briefly on the parallels between Xander and Spike in the later seasons.
"The Chosen O"   by  [livejournal.com profile] lostboy_ljI couldn't decide between all of his metas in 2012;   "Buffyverse Monsters, Part 2"   is worth reading just for his meticulous analysis of Buffy's conversation with Holden Webster in CWDP (yes, I just cheated and slipped in a 6th. Shhh...)  But this is one of the most interesting and provocative takes on the final scene between Buffy and Spike, hence the title; lush romanticism contrasted with post-modern referentiality and a nod to Star Wars. Worth it just for the utterly gorgeous screencaps of SMG's face during that scene and every shift in her expression. I just wanna bask....


Originally posted on DreamWidth  http://buffyversetop5.dreamwidth.org/330395.html
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When I posted my  
first list  of "top 5" meta for the year I already knew I would do a second list, because there were too many good meta from the year to limit to just five. What I hadn't known or planned on was how neatly the two lists would fall into groupings. Where the first concerned itself with issues within the Buffyverse itself; this second set combines analysis and history with personal meditations and observations.  My response to BtVS was on first watch and continues to be a combination of emotion and intellect I haven't experienced with anything else in pop culture; and essays that reflect this complicated response and bridge the two not only touch a chord in me, they demonstrate why the story of a Slayer and her friends still matters.

"Some Willow [Rosenberg]-y Thoughts, Part 1"   by   [livejournal.com profile] local_max    The brief self-assessment at the beginning of this essay, followed by his usual incisive examination of Willow's arc, nearly breaks my heart; in describing himself, it feels as though he is describing me on my behalf because I lack the courage to do so. And as always, his examination of Ms Rosenberg sets me back on my heels to reconsider everything I thought I knew about her.

"Moar Buffy Meta for Mid Season 6"  by   [livejournal.com profile] coracle33
   Her (I am assuming gender, with apologies) analysis of Willow and Buffy's shared addiction arc - the misdirect both characters make from from the real sources of their problems onto their addictive habits - and why it works for her is very much against the grain of general fan opinion regarding that storyline.  She argues persuasively for it nonetheless, and as another member of fandom who struggles with depression, she reminds me all over again just why S6 strikes struck a deep emotional and intellectual chord in me.  She's only written two posts, both about S6, on her LJ, but I hope for more in 2013.

"In Which I Ramble On"   by   [personal profile] rahirah .   A sharp, incisive meta about interpersonal fandom dynamics, factional divisions and the toxic results of hanging onto our own "principles" to the exclusion of respecting one another, by one of the most respected voices in this fandom. Can’t we all just get along?
The cherry on top: one of my favorite descriptions of Buffy Anne Summers, bar none.

"Being a Buffy Fan on the Internet 1998 - 2012"  by  

[livejournal.com profile] shadowkat67  .  A personal response and historical timeline of nearly every major development in this fandom from the beginning: the near-simultaneous birth of BtVS and the explosion of fandom on the internet; the sites were fans congregated, celebrated and fought; every major controversy, faction and war. Recommended for cultural historians, long-time fans nostalgic for the "good old days" - or not; and newbies like myself who had no idea what they'd gotten themselves into and are trying to avoid the landmines.

 


"Untitled (Ruminations on Writing Fanfiction, Personal Expression, and Depression)"  by  

[livejournal.com profile] angearia  This one hit me hard because I see myself in every word of it. A very personal meditation about writing in fandom, and finding small spaces of release and relief in letting the words flow on the page; the unfair stereotypes of the people who are unemployed and/or work very hard in crushing "menial" jobs just to get by; and how unemployment and depression combine to strangle creativity. Like Buffy, Emmie is full of love - and courage. Simply admitting that one is un- or underemployed (i.e. poor), or depressed, is terrifying in a world interprets both states as personal failures and moral sins. (ETA: This meta is friendslocked.)

 

 













 
[identity profile] red-satin-doll.livejournal.com

When I posted my  first list  of "top 5" meta for the year I already knew I would do a second list, because there were too many good meta from the year to limit to just five. What I hadn't known or planned on was how neatly the two lists would fall into groupings. Where the first concerned itself with issues within the Buffyverse itself; this second set combines analysis and history with personal meditations and observations.  My response to BtVS was on first watch and continues to be a combination of emotion and intellect I haven't experienced with anything else in pop culture; and essays that reflect this complicated response and bridge the two not only touch a chord in me, they demonstrate why the story of a Slayer and her friends still matters.



"Some Willow [Rosenberg]-y Thoughts, Part 1"   by   [livejournal.com profile] local_max   The brief self-assessment at the beginning of this essay, followed by his usual incisive examination of Willow's arc, nearly breaks my heart; in describing himself, it feels as though he is describing me on my behalf because I lack the courage to do so. And as always, his examination of Ms Rosenberg sets me back on my heels to reconsider everything I thought I knew about her.


"Moar Buffy Meta for Mid Season 6"  by   [livejournal.com profile] coracle33   Her (I am assuming gender, with apologies) analysis of Willow and Buffy's shared addiction arc - the misdirect both characters make from from the real sources of their problems onto their addictive habits - and why it works for her is very much against the grain of general fan opinion regarding that storyline.  She argues persuasively for it nonetheless, and as another member of fandom who struggles with depression, she reminds me all over again just why S6 strikes struck a deep emotional and intellectual chord in me.  She's only written two posts, both about S6, on her LJ, but I hope for more in 2013.


"In Which I Ramble On"   by  [livejournal.com profile] rahirah   A sharp, incisive meta about interpersonal fandom dynamics, factional divisions and the toxic results of hanging onto our own "principles" to the exclusion of respecting one another, by one of the most respected voices in this fandom. Can’t we all just get along? The cherry on top: one of my favorite descriptions of Buffy Anne Summers, bar none.


"Being a Buffy Fan on the Internet 1998 - 2012"   by  [livejournal.com profile] shadowkat67  .  A personal response and historical timeline of nearly every major development in this fandom from the beginning: the near-simultaneous birth of BtVS and the explosion of fandom on the internet; the sites were fans congregated, celebrated and fought; every major controversy, faction and war. Recommended for cultural historians, long-time fans nostalgic for the "good old days" - or not; and newbies like myself who had no idea what they'd gotten themselves into and are trying to avoid the landmines.



"Untitled (Ruminations on Writing Fanfiction, Personal Expression, and Depression)"  by  [livejournal.com profile] angearia  This one hit me hard because I see myself in every word of it. A very personal meditation about writing in fandom, and finding small spaces of release and relief in letting the words flow on the page; the unfair stereotypes of the people who are unemployed and/or work very hard in crushing "menial" jobs just to get by; and how unemployment and depression combine to strangle creativity. Like Buffy, Emmie is full of love - and courage. Simply admitting that one is un- or underemployed (i.e. poor), or depressed, is terrifying in a world interprets both states as personal failures and moral sins. (ETA: I didn't realize when I posted that this meta is friendslocked. Post is now unlocked.)


Originally posted on DreamWidt http://buffyversetop5.dreamwidth.org/330120.html
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For my very first post to this community I wanted to list some of my favorite Buffyverse meta essays of the year. Fiction seems to be the overwhelming fan vehicle of choice, at least here on LJ/DW, but it was meta essays that pulled me into this fandom. These are by no means "the best" of the year (my full list would be closer to 10 or 11 essays), but represent some that are my touchstones for this 'verse and it's fandom:

"Rules of Engagement: Violence and Hyperreality in the Buffyverse"  by  [livejournal.com profile] lostboy_lj   may be my "if you only read one meta from 2012" choice. Why Buffy and Spike's relationship in S6 is not directly analogous to abusive relationships in RL, using "Smashed" as it's focal point.

"Buffy, the Vampire Slayer vs Buffy the Vampire Slayer"  by  [livejournal.com profile] beer_good_foamy.   Most post-modernist thinky-thoughts; how the show's title represents the central problem of the narrative for it's titular protagonist, and how Buffy resolves her dilemma in "Chosen".

"Word of Willow: "Witch", Mirrors, and Mommy Issues"  by  [livejournal.com profile] local_max .   What I hope to be the first of several Willow-centric essays from someone who has plumbed the depths of Willow's character more thoroughly and compassionately than any fan I know of.

"Warren Mears"  by  [livejournal.com profile] itsnotmymind .   Draws parallels between Warren, Faith and Spike, how they mirror, intertwine and intersect thematically and within the story itself, and what they represent re: Buffy's psychology. Wonderfully complex.

"Where Did I Go? A Farewell to the Buffybot"   by  [livejournal.com profile] mcjulie .   One of the few essays I've seen in these parts about one of the Buffyverse's most memorable characters. (While I'm here, I'll note that mcjulie has also taken on the awesome task of continuing the   "Episode Polls"   and discussion where [personal profile] gabrielleabelle  left off, starting with S5's  "Tough Love".  Especially recommended is her poll and meta commentary on "The Gift".)


Originally posted on LiveJournal http://buffyversetop5.livejournal.com/341066.html

[identity profile] red-satin-doll.livejournal.com
For my very first post to this community I wanted to list some of my favorite Buffyverse meta essays of the year.  Fiction seems to be the overwhelming fan vehicle of choice, at least here on LJ/DW, but it was meta essays that pulled me into this fandom.  These are by no means "the best" of the year (my full list would be closer to 10 or 11 essays), but represent some that are my touchstones for this 'verse and it's fandom:

"Rules of Engagement: Violence and Hyperreality in the Buffyverse"  by  [livejournal.com profile] lostboy_lj  may be my "if you only read one meta from 2012" choice. Why Buffy and Spike's relationship in S6 is not directly analogous to abusive relationships in RL, using "Smashed" as it's focal point.

"Buffy, the Vampire Slayer vs Buffy the Vampire Slayer"  by  [livejournal.com profile] beer_good_foamy.  Most post-modernist thinky-thoughts; how the show's title represents the central problem of the narrative for it's titular protagonist, and how Buffy resolves her dilemma in "Chosen".

"Word of Willow: "Witch", Mirrors, and Mommy Issues"   by  [livejournal.com profile] local_max.  What I hope to be the first of several Willow-centric essays from someone who has plumbed the depths of Willow's character more thoroughly and compassionately than any fan I know of.

"Warren Mears"   by  [livejournal.com profile] itsnotmymind.  Draws parallels between Warren, Faith and Spike, how they mirror, intertwine and intersect thematically and within the story itself, and what they represent re: Buffy's psychology. Wonderfully complex.

"Where Did I Go? A Farewell to the Buffybot"  by  [livejournal.com profile] mcjulie.  One of the few essays I've seen in these parts about one of the Buffyverse's most memorable characters.  (While I'm here, I'll note that  [livejournal.com profile] mcjulie  has also taken on the awesome task of continuing the  "Episode Polls"  and discussion where  [livejournal.com profile] gabrielleabelle  left off, starting with S5's "Tough Love". Especially recommended is her poll and meta commentary on  "The Gift".)

Also posted on Dreamwidt http://buffyversetop5.dreamwidth.org/329742.html
[identity profile] lusciousxander.livejournal.com
1) Xander the Vampire Slayer by [livejournal.com profile] sentine: What if Xander was the slayer, Buffy his normal friend, Jonathan his wizzard friend, and Jenny his watcher? Roles reversed according to gender. Makes you think about the changes in the series!
Check out the rest! )
[identity profile] lusciousxander.livejournal.com
1) Xander the Vampire Slayer by [livejournal.com profile] sentine: What if Xander was the slayer, Buffy his normal friend, Jonathan his wizzard friend, and Jenny his watcher? Roles reversed according to gender. Makes you think about the changes in the series!
Check out the rest! )
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- Not Our Sort, Dear by azdak
The Scoobies’ moral standards and Jossverse vampires as cultural Others.

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- Not Our Sort, Dear by azdak
The Scoobies’ moral standards and Jossverse vampires as cultural Others.

read more )
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Caught in a Bad Romance....a meta of Buffy's Romantic Relationships by [livejournal.com profile] shadowkat67
http://shadowkat67.livejournal.com/506872.html
Spike is S6 reminds me a great deal of that metaphor. Their dance feels like a dance between life and death. Buffy wants to die, she is literally dancing with death, over and over again she throws herself into its arms, but death can't take her - because in doing so, death extinguishes the very thing he wants to possess. It's a bad romance - both characters can't have what they want. Buffy wants death. Spike wants life. She wants the fire, but doesn't want to be burned. He wants it to, and seems not to care if he gets burned. This can't end well.
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Caught in a Bad Romance....a meta of Buffy's Romantic Relationships by [livejournal.com profile] shadowkat67
http://shadowkat67.livejournal.com/506872.html
Spike is S6 reminds me a great deal of that metaphor. Their dance feels like a dance between life and death. Buffy wants to die, she is literally dancing with death, over and over again she throws herself into its arms, but death can't take her - because in doing so, death extinguishes the very thing he wants to possess. It's a bad romance - both characters can't have what they want. Buffy wants death. Spike wants life. She wants the fire, but doesn't want to be burned. He wants it to, and seems not to care if he gets burned. This can't end well.
four more )
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The Monsters Are Due in Washington Square by [livejournal.com profile] liz_marcs
PG-13. Post-series. 22,000 words. Xander faces a new apocalypse. Told from a OC's POV, this gripping horror story reads like original fiction in the grand traditions of Stephen King.
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The Monsters Are Due in Washington Square by [livejournal.com profile] liz_marcs
PG-13. Post-series. 22,000 words. Xander faces a new apocalypse. Told from a OC's POV, this gripping horror story reads like original fiction in the grand traditions of Stephen King.
four more )
[identity profile] lusciousxander.livejournal.com
So, [livejournal.com profile] crazydiamondsue revisited fandom in 2010 after three years of absence. She always manages to fill fandom with joy! And Xander love

1) Meta Fantastic: Massive meta rec to almost everything in the Buffyverse. Great save-in-memories post for whenever you're looking for a good meta to read.
Check out the rest! )
[identity profile] lusciousxander.livejournal.com
So, [livejournal.com profile] crazydiamondsue revisited fandom in 2010 after three years of absence. She always manages to fill fandom with joy! And Xander love

1) Meta Fantastic: Massive meta rec to almost everything in the Buffyverse. Great save-in-memories post for whenever you're looking for a good meta to read.
Check out the rest! )
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Season 8 was hard for Angel; yet we love the guy, especially the way we remember him on TV. Here are 5 different ways to celebrate our Angel love.

Fanvid: Those Were the Days by [livejournal.com profile] thedothatgirl
http://thedothatgirl.livejournal.com/91359.html
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Season 8 was hard for Angel; yet we love the guy, especially the way we remember him on TV. Here are 5 different ways to celebrate our Angel love.

Fanvid: Those Were the Days by [livejournal.com profile] thedothatgirl
http://thedothatgirl.livejournal.com/91359.html
four more )
[identity profile] ladycallie.livejournal.com
The Dawn of Miss Kitty Fantastico, or why I’m pretty sure Dawn Summers is actually a cat. Interesting theory about why Miss Kitty is written off with little explanation (although she in season five at least once, something the author failed to notice). I find the idea creative and oddly possible, minus her appearance in Family.


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The Dawn of Miss Kitty Fantastico, or why I’m pretty sure Dawn Summers is actually a cat. Interesting theory about why Miss Kitty is written off with little explanation (although she in season five at least once, something the author failed to notice). I find the idea creative and oddly possible, minus her appearance in Family.


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