|Reviews for Kim Possible: The Next Generation|
| nitefang 7/25/12 . chapter 26
"The fate of the future, humanity, and the planet Earth itself rests in your hands." — The fact that you included that? Yeah, made me love you even more than I already do.
| nitefang 7/25/12 . chapter 15
What in the hell?
| nitefang 7/25/12 . chapter 13
I don't thing I've ever dropped my phone so many times because of a fanfic. Thankfully, I'm on the couch, so there's no damage, but STILL. The introductions of these beloved characters has been integrated so well in the setting of TNG. I was never a big fan of Star Trek before because one: some of their weapons looked like remote controls and therefore decreased my opinion of the series, two: I was about 8 when my mom was still actively watching the show and I was already preoccupied with the strange blend of Pokemon, Barbie, and the X-Men, and 3: there were too many people, races, ships, and things in general for me to keep up with. So I never got into it. So as I'm reading this, I'm sitting here going, "Holy hell, this is terrific!" I can follow it so easily, some of the TNG characters are ringing bells, and the KP characters have been synced so well into the universe! It's wonderful, absolutely brilliant. And this introduction of Rufus? I'm screaming. I'd completely forgotten about Rufus (shame on me, I know) even though I just watched a few episodes yesterday. And I forgot to review about this earlier but the Pan-Dimensional Vortex Inducer? Oh, heaven almighty. No KP story would be complete without the Pan-Dimensional Vortex Inducer. So beautiful. I'm only on chapter 13, but I feel like I've been reading this for weeks. That may sound like an insult but it's not. Usually, I breeze through stories in a handful of hours, and I'm generally left feeling fairly satisfied. But only with a very few stories have I been left feeling completely immersed in the story and feeling like I've been gone for days once I stop or take a break. So with that said, it's time to dive back in. Spectacular job—A for creativity (obviously) and execution!
| Hickabickaboo 7/1/12 . chapter 31
I’ve read the whole thing multiple times, but I’m just now getting around to do a review (sorry). In short, one of the best fics I’ve ever read. Plus, it was an awesome mix of ST:TNG and KP. This fic will forever be a fan fiction classic. Peace.
| Comet Moon 3/30/11 . chapter 1
Your best story.
| donalddeutsch 9/19/10 . chapter 13
Great chapter, sorry hadn't reviewed before, but you finally brought in Rufus, can't wait to see who else shows up.
| Scarab Lady 7/30/10 . chapter 4
This story is fantastic! I knew it had to be good when I saw how many reviews it had garnered, but this is far above my expectations - which were already high. I may not have gotten far into the story, but so far you have done an excellent job in translating characters to another universe. I know I'll enjoy the rest of it. Well done!
| Callista Gseran 6/16/10 . chapter 31
I never even considered a KP/TNG crossover. I must say that this was done very well. Excellent work, MrDrP :) I was sitting on the edge of my seat and holding my breath for most of this. Glad that Tom got his, and that Bonnie turned out to not be so bad:)
| pacificuser 4/24/10 . chapter 6
| Sharnorasian Empire 1/25/10 . chapter 31
aw, it's over :( It's a excellent story though
| Mahler Avatar 10/2/09 . chapter 6
Ah! Shego and Dr. D finally make their appearance. And Kim's clothes begin to (ahem) "disappear" before her new BF.
And I love the irony . . .
"The Ferengi was terrified; he always had been scared of this woman, so much so that he never once told her how twisted it was that she wore clothes."
Ferengis are just wrongsick, man.
Looking forward to the next chapter, right after a cold shower!
| Mahler Avatar 9/30/09 . chapter 5
Ah, young love in bloom. Booyah! And Worf trains the Warrior Chef in the art of . . . Romance? Outstanding!
"I can see it now: Dixon Hill and the Case of the Missing Toilet …"
“You’re serious, aren’t you?”
“I am always serious,” Worf intoned.
“So, I know dating is still unfamiliar territory for us, Ron, but don’t you think a better way to greet me would be by giving me a kiss rather than pointing a bat’leth at my chest?”
Now if I could only deduce the identity of those plasma-wielding theives, my dear Watson . . .
| Mahler Avatar 9/24/09 . chapter 4
Oh, man, I'm really starting to hate Tom Carter. But that's by design, I know.
Worf is spot on this chapter. No, I'll go one step further. You've channeled the spirit of a WARRIOR!
"Worf was taken aback. Counselor Troi was right, the Klingon thought. Perhaps I have misjudged him. He has … spirit. He looked at Ron, then said, “Please accept my … apology.”
Your use of ... hesitation ... is right in character for Worf.
"Further enhancing Worf’s opinion of Ron was the latter’s willingness to eat the heart of targ – and the fact that he’d raised no objections to listening to Worf’s favorite operas, Lo, The Sword Shall Till the Soil of Battle Upon Which the Enemy was Slain and Die Walküre (both in the original Klingon, of course); Ron had even encouraged his host’s singing, shouting “Hit the high notes! Hit the high notes!”
The book Barkin loathed! Now a Klingon opera! I almost fell outta my chair, dude!
Likewise for "Die Walküre." You got the umlaut correct: I'm impressed. And as an aside, I've actually sung selections from Die Walküre in concert (and I DID hit all the high notes, just not in the original Klingon . . .)
But ooh, there's going to be one heck of a hangover for poor Ron tomorrow . . .
| Mahler Avatar 9/23/09 . chapter 3
For me, the true test of how well one does characterizations is how well I can imagine the actual speaker articulate that dialogue. This was spot on, especially the Riker/Troi interchange.
Favorite line: “Watch it!” Kim said playfully. “My father designed this tub.”
“Yeah, and your brothers probably stole half the engine parts before it was launched.”
Line That Gave Me Goosebumps: "But she couldn’t help but also notice the ragged cut in the panel. She held her tricorder to the bulkhead and looked at the readings. Plasma?"
Shego. Br . . .
Looking forward to more tomorrow.
| Mahler Avatar 9/22/09 . chapter 2
Ah, so much to savor. Ron on the radar (ahem, sensors. SO 20th century of me . . .) of both Guinan and Troi, with their legendary insight. Yori crushing, Kim jellin', Worf: well, just being Worf.
“He is a buffoon,” Worf said sharply.
Hmm. I wonder if that comet that hit Shego originated from the Klingon home world?
Looking forward to more!