|Reviews for WellAdjusted|
| Jana Girl123 chapter 1 . 8/12/2011
I don't really know what to say in this review, I normally do but with this I don't. You did phenomenal making an OC, particualarly with keeping him believable and more importantly likeable. You could tell the characters still mourned Helena- particularly Isaiah since he never met her- and the bit about being the only time Isaiah had known his father to pray was beautiful. Ms. Jones was a nice touch, too, along with the relief Vic felt when his son was rescued and my personal favorite 'Question has a kid?' from the other Leaguers. My only complaint is that I can't figure out why this doesn't have more reviews, it deserves them. Incredible job.
| Kent Rigel chapter 1 . 10/28/2010
Between the great rhythm and flow you had and the fact you managed to keep it as confined as possible to the few necessary characters needed to make your story work you've managed to write one of the most coherent and enjoyable post-series JLU fics around.
Some comic-canon tossed in for flavour, a great characterisation in Isaiah and I really liked the byplay in the epilogue between Warhawk and Inquisitor.
| Opera Ghost Kid chapter 1 . 10/8/2010
This was a very well written little oneshot. I love how you captured the second generation, or at least a section of it, in a totally believable way and pretty much following canon, with nice bits of comic lore thrown in. Did a triple take on the Szasz/Zsasz connection, and had to search it up for myself. Loved the dialogue, and the narrative's progression. Laughed at 'Mr. Jones', and the Flash reference.
Excellent work (: Faving.
| Lady Jaye1 chapter 1 . 10/4/2010
I had no idea you also wrote JLU stories, so I was pleasantly surprised to not only discover this in my inbox, but also that it was about my two favorite JLU characters. Great story and use of an OC, especially as a main character. It figures that the Question would manage to give his child the most 'normal' childhood, despite his own problems and quirks. When Vic tries to do something, he goes to the greatest lengths possible to accomplish it. It was really sad that Helena wasn't there physically, but her presence was there through the whole story.