|Reviews for Silencio|
| SonOfNenji chapter 16 . 7/27
| SonOfNenji chapter 13 . 7/27
Still glorious, still hilarious.
| SonOfNenji chapter 10 . 7/27
You are a genius.
| SonOfNenji chapter 9 . 7/27
Messing with Clockblocker is still fun.
I think he has TaylorHebertophobia.
| SonOfNenji chapter 7 . 7/27
| SonOfNenji chapter 5 . 7/27
Ah, the Undersiders.
Token Anti-Villians extraordinaire.
Love the fluff! Taylor is endearing.
I wonder how the team's going to do in the future?
| Ibskib chapter 17 . 6/14
breath - breathe
goffering - gofering
| Ibskib chapter 16 . 6/14
instead the - instead of the
have forgot - have forgotten
| Ibskib chapter 15 . 6/14
miss coma - Miss Coma
bust Lung - busted Lung
Since we'd - Since we have
wouldn't help matters - won't help matters
| Ibskib chapter 14 . 6/14
dead man switch - dead man's switch
The ABB have been - The ABB has been (one gang)
Ms Panacea - Miss Panacea
| Ibskib chapter 11 . 6/14
drew more laughs from him - drew a laugh from him (he didn't laugh before)
more damage that - more damage than
| Ibskib chapter 9 . 6/14
the gravel rash - from the road rash (the latter is the most used term, the other thing is also an euphemism for something quite different)
effected - affected
charge into him - charge him (superfluous, and word repetition: into)
was surprised - was just as surprised
other that she opened - other than the fact she opened (missing word, changed to avoid repetition)
Ms Hebert - Miss Hebert
the actions - the results
Let me know if you disagree with any of my corrections and I will explain my reasoning.
| Ibskib chapter 8 . 6/14
in to action - into action
non existant - nonexistent
Kid win - Kid Win
| Ibskib chapter 7 . 6/14
twenty kay - twenty K (writing out how it sounds rather than spelling it should be avoided, even in direct speech)
get payed - get paid
five thou - five thousand (if you want their speech to be informal, a few contractions is enough, more than that and you are overdoing it)
five kay - five K
hell - he'll
| Ibskib chapter 6 . 6/14
bleary eyed - bleary-eyed
that better - that much better/better