Hullo. I've lurked around numerous fandoms in the past, and wish that I could come up with a concrete reason that it was the A-Team, of all things, that drew me out. I saw the movie after sitting the bar exam, and found it to be just completely ridiculous - and just ripe for slashing. Reviews that talked about it being hyper-masculine and testosterone-fueled made me giggle, because it was, but not in that way. I'm also a huge True Blood fan (and solidly on Team Eric, because, come on, really?) - and have always been one of those girls who was interested in all the scifi/nerdy stuff but totally kept it to myself - except that one Halloween where I went as Dr. Beverley Crusher.
Currently I am 'shipping and slashing Face/Murdock (from the A-Team) almost compulsively when I know I should be editing and working on real life projects, but there's something about these two characters - in both canon and as taken by the fanon - that is so compelling to me. In order to keep things straight, here's a loose chronology/how the stories fit together:
-Definitely Awake, set the night after their presumed escape after the end of the movie.
-Eton Stripe, the first mission after their escape.
-Some Kind of Commodities, set roughly a month later as the A-Team aids a pickle heiress
-Finesse Player, set a week or so later, as the A-Team heads upstate in February.
I didn't intend for it to turn into a series - it all started with some one-shots when I was inspired over at the kink-meme. But then I found this was a story I really wanted to tell - so needless to say there's more to come, including a big bang.
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