An IronMan-Lilo&Stitch-Kim Possible Crossover
The IRON Warriors
Part 1: The birth of IRON MAN.
Only the original character, Alex Doxen, is my invention, all other characters are the property of Marvel. This is my first FanFiction, so please bare with me. I'm using this as a type of advertisement for my official work, but since it's currently just an adaptation, I don't have much room to work my "magic", so to speak. The Iron Warriors Part1 is based on the live action movie IRON MAN. I hope you like it. Though, I have not had my official "proof-reader" check it, I have used what I have learned to correctly write this story. In case you're wondering why I haven't let a professional look at it; it's because the "appetizers" aren't supposed to be as good at the "main course". Please let me know if anything in the narration is grammatically incorrect. But please, no fuss about accuracy beyond story-flow.
One day at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, a boy named Alex Doxen was attending a meeting with a bald man named Obadiah Stane. Ordinarily, he'd be with his teacher Tony Stark, but due to his Christian morals, he forbid himself from ever partaking in the activities of a casino. And His teacher, who didn't really want him there in the first place, "respected" his wishes.
So, instead, Alex watched a presentation in a meeting hall and applauded when those around him applauded as an announcer said, "Tony Stark. Visionary. Genius. American patriot. Even from an early age, the son of legendary weapons developer Howard Stark quickly stole the spotlight his brilliant and unique mind. At age four, he built his first circuit board. At age six, his first engine. And at seventeen he graduated summa cum laude from MIT.
"Then, the passing of a titan. Howard Stark's lifelong friend and ally, Obadiah Stane, steps in to help fill the gap left by the legendary founder. Until, at age twenty-one, the prodigal son returns and is anointed the new CEO of Stark Industries. With the keys to the Kingdom, Tony ushers in a new era for his father's legacy. Making smarter weapons, advanced robotics, satellite targeting. Today, Tony Stark has changed the face of the weapons industry by ensuring freedom and protecting America and her interests around the globe."
After about ten more seconds of applauding, the largely built Air Force Lieutenant Cornel Rhodes (a.k.a. Rhodey) stood up, walked to the pulpit, and said, "As liaison to Stark Industries; I've had the unique privilege of serving with a real patriot. He is my friend, and he is my great mentor. Ladies and gentlemen, it is my honor to present this year's Apogee award to Mr. Tony Stark." There was a huge round of applause as music played. But nothing else.
Rhodey asked, "Tony?" Obadiah shook his head and told Alex to go up and accept the award.
Alex asked, "What do I say?"
Obadiah said, "Make something up."
When Alex got to Rhodey, he took the award and said, "Thank you Cornel!"
Rhodey said, "Thanks for the save."
Alex said, "Yeah, Lord willing, we'll get through this." He spoke into the microphone and said, "This is beautiful, thank you." After a brief pause, he said, "Well, I'm not Tony Stark." The room was filled with laughter. Alex chuckled and said, "Clearly. I'm actually Alex Doxen, Mr. Stark's apprentice. In fact, I'm currently working my way through High School. But enough about me. This night is for Tony Stark. And he would tell you how honored he was to receive such an amazing award. I haven't been around him long, but from what I've learned so far. The best thing about Mr. Stark, is also the worst thing: he always working."
Later, in another part of the casino, Tony was throwing some dice and when he got a big haul he said, "Work it." As he messed around with the crowd, Rhodey and Alex met up with him.
Rhodey said, "You are unbelievable."
Tony said, "Oh no, did they rope you into this."
Rhodey said, "Nobody roped me into anything."
Tony said, "I'm so sorry."
Rhodey said, "But they told me that if I presented you with an award, you'd be deeply honored."
Tony, "Of course I'd be deeply honored. And it's you, that's great. So when are we doing it."
Rhodey said, "It's right here."
Tony said to the person working the game, "Uh, one more round!"
Rhodey handed Tony the award and said, "Here you go."
Tony turned back to him and said, "There it is, that was easy." He took it and said, "I'm so sorry."
Rhodey, "Yeah, it's okay."
In a monotone voice, Tony said, "Wow, would you look at that. That's something else." As he said, "I don't have any of those floating around." he handed it to Alex and pushed some chips into a pile as he excitedly said, "We're gonna let it ride." He turned to the girl beside him and said, "Give me a hand will ya'. Give me a little something-something." Once she gently blew on them. He turned to Alex and said, "Okay, you too."
But Alex shook his head as he said, "Hm-mm."
Tony said, "Fine, you're un-deserving anyway." He turned to Rhodey and said, "How 'bout you?"
Rhodey said, "I don't blow on a man's dice."
Tony said, "Come on honey-bear." Alex couldn't help but chuckle.
Rhodey repeated, "I don't blow on a man's dice." With that, Rhodey slapped Tony's hand away.
When he did, Tony let go of the dice and said, "There it is! Lieutenant Coronal Rhodes' role! And..." Unfortunately, the role got "Snake eyes." Alex wasn't well versed in gambling, but he knew "Snake eyes" was bad. There was a collective "ooh" that sounded throughout the room that confirmed his suspicion.
Rhodey said, "That's what happens."
Tony said, "Worse things have happened. I think we're going to be fine." He addressed the man working the game and said, "Color me up, William." With that he left, with Alex and Rhodey right behind him. And Alex handed him back the award.
Along the hallway, Rhodey said, "This is where I exit."
Tony said, "Alright."
Rhodey said, "Tomorrow, don't be late."
Tony said, "Yeah, you can count on it."
Rhodey said, "I'm serious." Tony said, "I know, I know." He came across a man dressed as Caesar and said, "Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's. There ya' go." With that, Tony handed the man the award. Alex wasn't sure if Tony knew it or not, but he misquoted the first half of a bible verse.
The line came from Matthew 22: 21, and Jesus Christ actually said, "…Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's; and unto God the things that are God's."
Once outside the casino, a reporter caught up to them and said, "Mr, Stark. Excuse me, Mr. Stark. Christein Everheart, Vanity Fair magazine. Can I ask you a couple of questions?"
A security guard said, "She's cute."
Tony asked, "She's alright?" The guard nodded, Tony turned around, and said, "Hi."
Ms. Everheart said, "Hi."
Tony said, "Yeah."
Ms. Everheart asked, "It's alright?"
Tony said, "It's okay, go."
She took a recorder out of her pocketbook and said, "You've been called, 'The Da Vinci of our time'. What do you say to that?"
Tony said, "Absolutely ridiculous, I don't paint." Alex couldn't help but chuckle.
Ms. Everheart asked, "And what would you say to your other nickname: 'The Merchant of Death'."
Tony said, "That's not bad. Let me guess. Berkeley?"
She said, "Brown, actually."
He said, "Well, Ms. Brown, it's an imperfect world but it's the only one we've got. I guarantee you, the day weapons are no longer needed to keep the peace, I'll start making bricks and beams for baby hospitals."
She asked, "You rehearse that much?"
He said, "Every night in front of the mirror before bed time."
She said, "I can see that."
He said, "I'd like to show you first-hand."
She said, "All I want is a serious answer."
He said, "Okay, here's serious. My old man had a philosophy: peace means having a bigger stick than the other guy."
She said, "That's a great line coming from the guy selling the sticks."
Alex smiled as he thought, "I know, right?"
Tony said, "My father helped defeat the Nazis. He worked on the Manhattan Project. A lot of people, including your professors at Brown, would call that being a hero."
She said, "And a lot of people would also call that war profiteering."
Alex turned his head away slightly as he thought, "Me included."
Tony took off his shades, leaned toward the recorder, and said, "Tell me, do you plan to report on the millions we've saved by advancing medical technology or kept from starvation with our intelli-crops? All those breakthroughs- military funding, honey."
He went back to standing up straight and she said, "Wow. You ever lose an hour of sleep your whole life?"
He said, "I'd be prepared to lose a few with you."
Alex put his hand to his forehead and said, "Good grief." Once at Tony's mansion/beach house in Malibu, California. Ms. Everheart and Tony were fully dressed; well, except for their shoes and socks; and were making out on Tony's bed for about five seconds before they rolled off the bed.
When they landed with a thud, she said, "Ow." and Tony laughed wildly. She woke up the next morning to the sound of Jarvis' voice. Jarvis is Tony's home/work computer mainframe. He's wired into every appliance that Tony owns.
As he said, "Good Morning." and announced the day's weather report, Ms. Everheart discovered that she was in the room alone, upside down on the bed, and naked. Her lower half was already covered with the blanket, so she used the blanket to cover the rest of herself up. She put on a coat and walked around house to look for Tony. She came across what she thought was a thermostat and attempted to adjust it.
When she did, its blue screen turned red, a short alarm went off, and Jarvis said, "You are not authorized to access this area."
She said, "Geez." Just then, Tony's red head assistant walked in wearing a suit and carrying clothes.
She said, "That's Jarvis, he runs the house. These are your clothes; they've been dry cleaned and pressed. And there's a car waiting for you outside that will take you anywhere you would like to go."
As Ms. Everheart walked toward Ms. Potts, she said, "You must be the famous Pepper Potts."
Ms. Potts chuckled slightly at the word, "famous", and said, "Indeed I am."
Ms. Everheart took the clothes and said, "After all these years, Tony still has you picking up the dry-cleaning."
Ms. Pots said, "I do anything and everything that Mr. Stark requires; including, occasionally, taking out the trash. Will that be all?" With that, Ms. Everheart went to the nearest bathroom, changed, and walked out the door.
End of Chapter 1.
I realize this beginning set of scenes isn't the one the movie started out with, but I think it works better this way. It doesn't introduce all the characters, but I couldn't think what else to name it. And none of my official work has any naked people in it. (Depending on what you call naked. I do have some female characters wearing tank tops.) But I do have bible verses in my work; nothing too preachy though, although it all comes from the authorized KJV. I know it's not much to go by so far. But please, tell what you think. Comments and reviews are welcome and greatly appreciated. And, as per the rules of , I'll take the good and the bad. And if I get even one good review, I'll keep posting chapters. My current hoped-for rate is one chapter every two to three days. Also, I'm starting a "frequently asked questions/and their answers" section on my profile. I'm proud of those who read my work, so unless you ask me not to, I'll add your screen name next to the question. Also, I have a poll on my homepage.