|alixtii (alixtii) wrote,|
@ 2011-11-18 08:51:00
Fandom: Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?In Where on Earth I'm fascinated by the way that the relationship between the Player and Carmen so easily reads as slashy, and by the level of investment they've each placed in their antagonism. I'm interested in finding out more about the way in which Player relates to what is essentially a character in a video game, and the way in which Carmen, as a liminal entity, relates to the Player. And I'm interested, although significantly less so than I am in character issues, in how the whole edifice works on a meta-level: not only does Carmen herself recognize Player's existence in the framing scenes, but so do Zach, Ivy, and the Chief within the game/cartoon itself.
Characters: Carmen Sandiego, Player
Request: The story of a young girl and an artificial intelligence, of passion and obsession, of love and war, of crime and detection, and of a computer game which is ultimately so much more.
Fandom: The ILLUMINATUS! Trilogy - Robert Shea & Robert Anton WilsonI'm interested in learning more about Miss Portinari. She hits all my kinks: a girl who is both a teen and the spiritual leader of the Lief Erikson, commanding a position of authority and respect while being sexually and spiritually and practically liberated. (Also I sort of love that she is always referred to using the honorific, even if that means we don't know her first name. Assuming of course that her given name isn't actually "Miss"--which I think is a fairly safe assumption to make, especially given her Catholic parents and the fact she was born prior to the Second Vatican Council.) Talk about being will-to-powery!
Character: Miss Portinari
Request: What is it like for a teenaged girl to be the spiritual leader of the Lief Erikson? Show me Miss Portinari being awesome and wise and a teeanager (with a sex drive) and having fun all while she's at it.
Fandom: TartThis movie frustrated me, because it spends the first two acts focusing on Cat's relationships with her peers, including some majorly femslashy scenes, and then MASSIVE SPOILER happens and--Cat reconnects with her mother? It felt as if the ending was the resolution to some OTHER movie about a girl and her mother, not the one I'd actually been watching. I don't necessarily expect you to provide the resolution the movie didn't, but I would like some further exploration of the relationship dynamics between the girls. How does Cat get through school after the movie ends? Is she able to repair her relationships with the other girls? Can Grace get over her prejudices? Is Eloise really a lesbian?
Characters: Cat Storm/Eloise Logan/Grace Bailey/Heather von Strum
Request: More of the girls' interactions, please, as femslashy as possible.