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Hi....

This is to inform you that the following has been nominated for a PBA:


Best Drama- Who You Are In The Dark.


...eee.
seiberwing: (Enemy Mine)
Title: Who You Are In The Dark (Part 2)
Fandom: Hogan’s Heroes
Characters: Wilhelm Klink, assorted Heroes.
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: Angst, mostly.
Summary: In the aftermath of a horrible accident, Klink is forced to confront what kind of man he really is.
Author’s Note: In which I employ a rather common trope in Klinkfic but hopefully pull it off properly. Part 1 can be found here.

Still not sure what this says about me. )
seiberwing: (Enemy Mine)
Title: Who You Are In The Dark (Part 1)
Fandom: Hogan’s Heroes
Characters: Wilhelm Klink, assorted Heroes.
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: Violence, angst.
Summary: In the aftermath of a horrible accident, Klink is forced to confront what kind of man he really is.
Author’s Note: Yes, I am writing serious Klinkfic. Serious Klinkfic long enough to be divided into two parts. Not sure what this says about me.

Something good, I hope. )
seiberwing: (Enemy Mine)
Title: The Night Train to Paris
Fandom: Hogan’s Heroes
Pairing: Marya/Tiger
Summary: Contains icky girls femmeslash.
Rating: PG for kissing and Marya being Marya.
Disclaimer: Hogan’s Heroes and its characters do not belong to me.
Author's Note: Many thanks go to [livejournal.com profile] athena_crikey for translating the French for me, she is awesome and you should read her stuff too. Crossposted to [livejournal.com profile] hogans_heroes and the slash-specific [livejournal.com profile] inthetunnels.

I think this might actually be the fandom's first femmeslash fic. It's certainly mine. )

A thought.

Aug. 19th, 2009 03:23 pm
seiberwing: (Enemy Mine)
One of the problems with small fandoms is that you don't get a lot of variety. For example, the Pirates of the Caribbean fandom is pretty big, to the point where there is "wigshipping"--that is, shipping of people's various wigs. While it's crack, it exists and is amusing.

On the other hand, the Hogan's Heroes fandom has absolutely no Hogan's hat/Klink's deskhelmet slash despite the fact that it's pictured in the credits and is practically canon. I find this deeply unfair.
seiberwing: (Carter's Mind)
After watching "Permission to Escape, Sir" (the only episode that directly involves Carter's relationship with a woman, as mentioned here), I'm left with a different impression of Carter's mentality towards women and sexual attraction as a whole. Unfortunately, this doesn't really clear up the matter of his actual sexuality.
More of me taking media analysis a bit too far. )

Also, Klink could not be more slashy with Hogan if he tried, and I'm not completely convinced he isn't. He gets depressed in the middle of the night and what does he do? He goes down to the barracks, wakes up Hogan, and mentions that he was feeling upset and wants to talk to him, colonel to colonel. Then they go to Hogan's room, he sits on the bed and mournfully pours out that he knows he's a failure and he hates it and the expression on his face is practically begging for a hug. Hogan mostly snarks at him about it, because I'm pretty sure he's a lady's man to the end and is a bit uncomfortable with the situation, but it's still so cute it hurts.
seiberwing: (Carter's Mind)
Well, my first exam went well enough--but that was the easy one. I will need to engage in Knuckling Down tonight if I want to get all that Sports Psych fresh in my head.

But first, a fandom essay!

Hogan's Heroes, slash, and the trouble with a Genius Ditz )

Now I need to find more slash where people act less like nervous school girls. Manly army men, people! Only Klink gets to do the wibbly squeak.

EDIT: Although this stuff is pretty good.
seiberwing: (Ow.)
I don't know what it is. Maybe it's some deep-rooted Jewish inclination to laugh at our oppressors and our misfortunes, if only to keep from crying, maybe it's just that complex plots combined with hilarity and banter tends to be my comedic weak spot.

But I managed to find Hogan's Heroes on YouTube and I'm fangirling like a mad thing after a mere four episodes. Anyone capable of managing to hide a tank in a set of prison barracks is made of win, and Sergeant Schulz is adorable to the point that I want to give him hugs and apple turnovers.

So...yeah. Lol nazis.

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