(un)frozen

stories

note: to clear up some terminology, "sillyfics" are stories that are written more for their humor value than drama. "alternate reality" stories are tales which are set in times that don't correspond to canon, whether they include a character that never existed or they deal with a completely different timeline altogether. "x-movieverse" stories are set in the "universe" of the recent 'X-Men' movie. "slash" is a story category which deals with same-sex relations. most of the slash stories archived here are not sexually explicit, but if homosexual pairings bother you, it may be best not to read those stories.

stories by author

"After Hours"
by WGSarah

Working for an accounting firm, Bobby finds love in Cubeland.
"Ah Don't Feel Sexy"
by Elizabeth Wilde

Bobby and Rogue get creative to bypass the "no touching" rule. Movieverse.
"And Many More"
by Captainslash!
Bobby tries to cheer Warren up on his birthday, and the two men learn something new about each other. Slash.
(mature themes)
"Appassionata"
by Amanda Sichter

A short, emotion-centered story wherein Bobby Drake and Bobby DaCosta get together. Slash.
(mature themes, sexual content)
"Army of the Night"
by Jesse Sleik
-
Bobby amuses himself -- and frightens Hank -- with diabolical plans for world domination. Humor.
(sequel is "The Reaction")
"The Reaction"
by Jesse Sleik

Jean, Scott, Hank and Warren stumble upon the remains of Bobby's army.
(sequel to "Army of the Night")
"Babysat"
by ValKerrie

When Hank starts losing his intelligence and Bobby struggles with control of his powers during the early days of X-Factor, the two sit out a battle with the team and babysit Artie and Leech.
"Beauty Comes to Those Who Wait"
by K-Nice

After decades of marriage, Bobby and Cecilia still go to Brooklyn regularly to have Cece's braids redone.
"Beginnings"
by Erika
Bobby and Remy's newfound love (and lust) for each other suddenly comes out in the open when their teammates catch them in an awkward position. Slash.
(sexual content)
"Through Open Doors"
by Erika
All hell breaks loose when Rogue learns of Bobby and Remy's new relationship. Slash.
(sequel to "Beginnings")
(mature themes)
"Believing Eyes"
by Mel

As hard as he tries, Bobby cannot say three simple words and have them believed.
"Better Watch Out"
by J.B. McDonald
Bobby goes on a Christmas Day mission with the X-Men and learns something new about his powers. Ultimate X-Men.
"Between the Woods & Frozen Lake"
by Tilman Stieve

Iceman and the White Queen resolve their tensions -- and fall in love. Part of a larger series.
(sexual content)
"Beyond the Streetlights"
by River
Jean thinks about how the other X-Men died, and why she married Bobby. Future/Alternate Universe.
"Bitter Reunion"
by MsMeow

Years after her discovery of his powers led to a lynch mob and his entry into the Xavier School, Bobby runs into Judy Harmon.
"Blues"
by Jane St Clair
Bobby and Hank, grieving over the violent death of Candy Southern, discover something new about each other. Slash.
(sexual content)
Bobby and Hank Say, "Farewell, New York", and Other Things
by Dark Mark
A wedding occurs, and the Beast and Iceman have a last blast at the Coffee A Go Go in Greenwich Village, and then some... Part of a larger series.
"Bobby and the Beast"
by Shade

Unable to sleep one night, Bobby wanders down to the kitchen and sees Dr. Grey escort a hulking stranger into the mansion. Movieverse.
"Fur"
by Shade
Hank is still a hidden secret at Xavier's, but Bobby hopes to change things in order to help a mysterious new student. Movieverse. (sequel to "Bobby and the Beast")
"Bobby vs. Pat Sajak"
by Mice

Bobby fights to get on his favorite game show, Wheel of Fortune, during celebrity week. Part of a larger series. Sillyfic.
"Bobby's Casserole"
by Zanne

Bobby cooks up his great-grandmother's special recipe, but he can't get any of the other X-Men to eat it. Sillyfic. Excerpt from a larger fic.
"Bobby's Overdue Library Book"
by Rivka

Hank tries to teach Bobby a lesson about responsibility. Humor.
"Bobby's Rebellion"
by Dyce

A short poem describing a young Bobby's attempt at freedom during the early days of the X-Men.
"Boredom Beckons"
by Icewing

During the early days of the X-Men, Hank helps Bobby recognize what subjects he's good at.
"Break Through"
by Kassia

Bobby is held prisoner in a fortress run by one of the X-Men's worst enemies.
"Breakfast Imbroglio"
by Link

Wolverine and Bobby face off at breakfast over who gets the last of the cereal. Written in preparation for a GRE exam.
"Broken Promises"
by K-Nice

Iceman deals with his feelings of guilt and loss after his father's death.
"Broody Afternoon"
by Scorpio
Bobby broods over the trial of Arthur Streck, the FoH and his reactions to Rachel Mostel's mutant pheromones. Takes place after the story "Four Angry Mutants," published in the 1996 Anthology The Ultimate X-Men.
"Contemplative Morning"
by Scorpio
Bobby tries to work out the real reason he was so disturbed by his reactions to Rachel Mostel's mutant pheromones. Hank listens. (sequel to "Broody Afternoon")

"Ceramic Bulldogs"
by Emily R. Snyder

While shopping with the team, Bobby spies the perfect gift for Wolverine -- and fodder for yet another prank. Sillyfic.

"Chains, Planes and Strange Villains"
by Mercutio

The X-Men are captured by the evil ... er ... Mr. Evil, and the team must decide who will be the villain's willing slave. Sillyfic.
(mature themes)
"Chance Meeting"
by Meg
Bobby finds love on the subway. Romance.
"Change in Perspective"
by Elizabeth Wilde

Bobby has doubts about Rogue's feelings for him. Movieverse.
"Changing Faces"
by Poi Lass

Morph actively pursues Bobby, much to Bobby's chagrin -- until he starts to think about it.
Alternate reality. Slash.
(some language, mature themes)
"Chocolate Cakes and Piggy Banks"
by Kerri

Bobby has evil thoughts as he helps Logan and Gambit's daughters bake their fathers a cake -- and must pay for his mischief. In the future. Part of a larger series. Sillyfic.
"Clouds on the Horizon"
by Lise
When the world begins to madly shift among parallel universes, Bobby tries to find comfort with an alternate world's Remy. Slash. Part of a larger series.
(mature themes)
(sequel is "Dancing to the Thunder")
"Dancing to the Thunder"
by Lise
Cyclops tries to puzzle out what happened to cause the shifts from Bobby's random mutterings to him.
(sequel to "Clouds on the Horizon")
"A Cold Clear Night"
by Brian Newberry

After many an anguished, sleepless night, Bobby finally decides to face up to his problems and talk to Jean about them.
(mature themes)
"Cold Day in Vegas"
by Addie Logan
Chaperoning the GenX kids on a graduation trip to Las Vegas, Bobby and the White Queen get into a bit of trouble themselves.
"Cold Front"
by K-Nice

When the young students of the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters enjoy the hot summer sun, Bobby longs to return to the cold. Takes place during the X-Men's early years.
"Coming Home"
by Mel

Returning to the X-Mansion once again, Bobby muses about how much he despises -- and embraces -- the role he has created for himself.
"Consider"
by Alykat

Bobby's father, William Drake, is forced to confront his own prejudice.
"Criminal Minds"
by Scorpio

Gambit inadvertently learns just how good -- and devious -- an accountant Bobby is. (in progress)
"Crying on the Inside"
by Charlotte

Bobby hides his inner pain under a dense jovial mask. Angst.
"A Day at the Races"
by Amanda Sichter

Bobby and Hank try their luck at the racetrack, betting on horses.
"Decisions, Decisions"
by Kerri

The X-Men argue over choosing a post-dinner game to play. Part of a larger series. Sillyfic.
"Dialogue"
by Poi Lass

When Hank is rendered comatose with no chance of awakening, Bobby must come to terms with letting go of his best friend.
"A Different Theatre"
by Mel

Bobby wages an internal struggle against his personal demons.
"Dileure, 'to wash away'"
by Lise

Disaster strikes the Oasis and its people struggle to survive. Part of the Shadowlands series.
"Dispensing the Shopping"
by Dyce

After a shopping trip for the team, Scott
distributes the resulting packages. Sillyfic.

"Dog Tags"
by Neva "Mice" Huddleston
Trying to clear his mind, Bobby goes on a vacation and makes the decision to quit the team, or else have to continue fighting his worst nightmare.

"Dumb American Games"
by Alestar
Bobby and Remy break up, but reveal through the dumb games they play that they really still care for each other. Slash.
(mature themes)
"The Early X-Men in Studio 54"
by Maria Cline

The original five X-Men head into the city to check out the town's most happening nightclub -- except the bouncer won't let Scott through the door.
"eMails and Slash Lists"
by Scorpio

Bobby joins a Star Trek: Voyager slash list, posts a fic and receives an unexpected bit of feedback. Slash.
"Encounter in the Park"
by Kerri

A mild-mannered Southern California woman meets Hank and Bobby at Magic Mountain. Self-insertion.
"Eskimo Pie"
by Neva "Mice" Huddleston

Bobby returns home for the holidays and has to endure family parties, obnoxious relatives and his mother's newfound obsession with finding him a girlfriend.
"Event"
by Te

Bobby Drake introduces himself to Dr. Hank McCoy. Movieverse.
"Everyone Says I Love You"
by Neva "Mice" Huddleston
Bobby learns just how troubled and fragmented his family really is. Includes "Bands of Gold: May 1981", "God ... er, Dog" and "When in Rome."
"Familiar Stranger"
by Scorpio

Bobby learns that Mystique impersonated him to get on the mansion grounds. Movieverse.
"Finding Yourself"
by Mel

Trapped between shifting worlds and rapidly losing hope, Bobby fights the shifts with the only means he believes he has left. Part of a larger series.
"Fire and Ice"
by Soul Spinner
A severely battle fatigued Bobby is sent on vacation to Las Vegas, where he strikes up a friendship with the Human Torch and has to save the city from super-powered terrorists. Slash.
"First, Do No Harm"
by Poi Lass

After a horrible mistake, Beast abruptly leaves the X-Men, and Bobby tries to coax him to come back home. Told through a series of e-mails and online chat sessions. Utterly heart-wrenching.
"The Flip Side"
by Pebblin

A freak accident on a mission turns Ororo into a man -- and has Bobby dreaming of being a woman.
(mature themes; in progress)
"A Friend, Sleeping"
by Dyce

As he carries a sleeping Bobby upstairs, Hank ponders how someone so seemingly mirthful could be so lonely and sad.
(A companion piece to "Shoot Me," by Mercutio.)
"Frozen Pop"
by Shade

Bobby is suddenly forced into the role of father when Dazzler has to hide a certain frozen young man and his bestest Cajun bud. (in progress)
"The G-String of Bobby Drake"
by Ana Lyssie Cotton
Bobby and some of the other guys rehearse for a strip show -- and debate whether to go "the full monty." Sillyfic. Subreality.
"A Gesture of Love"
by Kerri

Charlotte finds herself the latest target of Bobby's pranks when she decides to sunbathe in the nude. Bobby doesn't make an appearance, but his ... er ... handiwork does. Part of a larger series.
(Sequel is "Freeze Frame")
"Freeze Frame"
by Kerri

Bobby gets a taste of his own medicine after his prank on Charlotte. Part of a larger series.
(Sequel to "A Gesture of Love")
"Getting a Life"
by Grey Bard

Bobby and the rest of the X-Men welcome a new addition to their household.
(in progress)
"Golly! A Date!"
by Jen
Bobby has a date with a beautiful girl, but he has concerns about her sanity (and sobriety). Scooby Doo references abound.
"Gone, but Not Forgotten"
by Dyce

Shortly after learning of Bastion's kidnapping of Jubilee, Bobby calls Emma up to see how things are. Part of a larger series.
"The Great Christmas Cookie Caper"
by WGSarah
Bobby and William Drake conspire to get ahold of Madeline Drake's Christmas cookies. Humor.
"Gunslinger Dreams"
by D. Calme

Back in the Old West, Sheriff Drake has a hunch that he knows who killed the town's Dr. Xavier. Since he can't prove it, he lets the justice of the streets work things out.
"Hanging Lights"
by Minisinoo
The gang hangs Christmas lights. Ultimate X-Men.
"Happiness"
by K-Nice

When Jean-Luc LeBeau demands that one of his children move back to New Orleans, Rogue and Gambit or Alex and Bobby face the prospect of uprooting their families. alternate/future reality.
"A Hero's Website"
by Scorpio
A woman has a life altering experience and shares it with the world via the Internet...
"Heroes and Circumstances"
by Erika
An X-Man gets stuck in the DC universe, and maybe finds a friend in Green Lantern. Slash. (unfinished.)
"Hiccups"
by Stacy Ricco
When Bobby gets the hiccups, Jean, Rogue and Hank offer an assortment of home remedies. Sillyfic.
"Home Alone"
by Zanne

When all the X-Men leave the house for the day, Bobby and Samantha decide to engage in more ... guilty pleasures. Part of a larger series. Sillyfic.
(mature themes)
"Home Truths"
by RogueStar
Iceman invites Gambit to his parent's home for dinner, and realises he'd never truly left it in the first place. Slash.
"Homecoming"
by Jane St. Clair and Te

Bobby Drake returns to the X-Men and is surprised by Beast's sudden "metamorphosis." After New X-Men #114. Slash.
(sexual content)
"A Homely Touch"
by Dyce
It's true love for Hank and the other X-Men when Sally moves in and begins to take care of them all.
"The Road Not Travelled"
by Dyce
When he and Bobby visit a Greek cafe, Hank marvels that this is the first time he's gone someplace in full furry glory and hasn't been stared at.
(alter-universe companion to "A Homely Touch")
"A Long and Winding Road"
by Dyce
After months of weekly visits to her family's restaurant, Hank agonizes over whether he should ask Sally out. (Sequel to "The Road Not Travelled")
"Homework"
by Mice

Bobby talks about how he came to the Xavier School, spars with Jubilee and worries about his English grade. X-Movieverse.
"The Hours After"
by J.B. McDonald

When an X-Men-related battle leads to family tragedy, Bobby reconsiders his refusal to stay with the team. Part of a larger series. Alternate reality.
"The Iceman Cometh"
by Alestar

After some serious soul-searching, Bobby realizes that he is gay. Slash.
(in progress. some language, mature themes)
"The Iceman Goeth"
by DarkMark

After being recruited by Cyclops and Professor Xavier for the X-Men, Bobby spends a long night pondering the opportunity -- and learning a bit about his new teammate Scott.
"The Iceman's New Clothes"
by Mercutio

When Bobby is caught peeping in on Rogue's shower, he finds the payback to be far more than he bargained for. Sillyfic.
"The Iceman's Tale"
by Tilman Stieve

Upon his return from a mission involving time travel, Iceman learns that the X-Men died during his absence. He resolves to travel back in time to prevent the tragedy. Part of a larger series. Alternate reality.
"Iceman: The Ninja"
by Icewing
Tired of his old costume, Bobby stiches up something new. Humor.
"If I Know Me"
by Dyce

A poem wherein Bobby tries to suppress his feelings of jealousy at seeing Hank and Trish together. Slash.
"If Only"
by Kaly
Bobby offers Jean some words of comfort after Scott dies. Movieverse.
"If You Laugh"
by Quincunx
Poem. Bobby talks about how important it is to him to make people laugh.
"In this Manner Wooed and Won"
by Mel

Soon after breaking up with Remy, Bobby finds himself attracted to another resident of the mansion -- Kitty Pryde. And his feelings may be reciprocated.
"Intervention, or What the Hell Was Up with Iceman #3, Anyway?"
by ValKerrie
Bobby brings his street thug slang and fashion sense (circa Iceman #3) back to the mansion. Humor.
"An Interview with the Iceman"
by Lady Kate
Bobby does a phone interview with a local student newspaper. Sillyfic.
"It Works!"
by Kielle

Jean, Bobby and Rogue do a MiSTing of one of those horribly annoying "get rich quick" pyramid scheme e-mail spams. Sillyfic.
"The Joys of a Random Booby-Trap"
by A.J.

Cable and Domino resolve some of their relationship differences while trapped in the Danger Room. Bobby makes a notable appearance.
"Just the Two of Us"
by ValKerrie

Just when the X-Men thought one Bobby Drake was more than they could handle, Bobby spontaneously creates a duplicate of himself -- at one-fourth his size.
(linked to the author's site by request)
"The Karma Downs"
by CherryIce

As Sam is about to discover, being a member of the spandex squad isnít exactly the best of times. Sometimes, life is just life. Sometimes, itís something more.
"Kinda Mooks"
by Kaylee (and others)

When Remy returns from the Antarctic cold, Bobby is the only person who will talk to him as a regular person. Their friendship quickly becomes something more. Slash.
(in progress. some language, mature themes)
"Kinda Changing"
by Lise
Alternate universe sequel to "Any Kinda Breath", in which Bobby has to deal with the aftermath when Remy dies of lung cancer. A story of struggle turnd into a story of loss. And losing. And, maybe, in the end, winning again. Slash.
"Lamentation"
by Kaly

When Hank dies in a laboratory accident, Bobby blames himself for the tragedy.
"The Last Piece"
by Kerri

Bobby and Charlotte fight over the last piece of pie in the refrigerator, and Bobby tries to ignore her comments about his teammates' sex lives. Part of a larger series. Sillyfic.
"Leadership"
by J.B. McDonald

Long the butt of Bobby and Hank's practical jokes, Scott plots his own kind of revenge. Sillyfic.
"The Lecture"
by Dyce

Hank puts on his sternest face to deliver a lecture about the dangers of ill-timed pranks.
"A Life of Coffee Spoons"
by Min

In a world where Bobby's powers developed late, he tries to deal with their manifestation by not dealing with them at all.
"Lightchylde Remastered"
by Brian Newberry

While everyone still mourns young Illyanna Rasputin's death from the Legacy Virus, a new Magik literally drops from the sky into the X-Men's backyard. (Ties in loosely with "A Cold Clear Night")
"A Little Faith"
by Diamonde

Bobby reaches out to a grieving Cable after Cyclops' death.
"Little Me"
by Neva "Mice" Huddleston

Jubilee forwards a horrid piece of Buffy fan-fiction to Skin. Part of a larger series. Sillyfic.
(sexual themes, mature language)
"Lonely as a Cloud"
by Soul Spinner
The confession of a lonely nebula that was once human.
"Watching"
by Soul Spinner
Cloud talks to Uatu again.
(sequel to "Lonely as a Cloud")
"Love Is Just Another 4-Letter Word"
by ValKerrie

The male X-Men try to work up the courage to woo Jean on Valentine's Day. A tale of the early X-Men.
"Love Sponge"
by Ebonbird
Bobby and Ororo get a lot closer after Scott's death.
(sexual themes)
"The Mandolin"
by Quincunx

While Bobby, Hank and Gambit prepare for the Renaissance Fair, a new war may be brewing between Xavier and Magneto. Sillyfic.
"Maerere, 'to lament'"
by Lise

Lorna mourns as the Oasis begins to rebuild. Part of the Shadowlands series.
"Midnight Showing, Fifth Row Back"
by Kielle

Bobby's exuberantly vocal enthusiasm for 'Star Wars: Episode I' grates on his fellow moviegoers at the movie's first midnight screening, especially Kai and Logan. Part of a larger series. Sillyfic.
"Midnight Twinkie Run"
by J.B. McDonald

Bobby and Hank revisit their old custom of making Twinkie runs at midnight, also continuing the tradition of hot-wiring the X-leader's car to get to the store. Sillyfic.
"Mind and Body: Iceman"
by Coke

Bobby amuses himself between pranks on his teammates. Sillyfic. Part of a larger series.
"Miss April's Stars and Garters"
by J.B. McDonald

During an all-night cram session for class, Hank discovers something Bobby's stashed away. Part of a larger series.
"Moment"
by DuAnn Cowart

Domino senses a kindred spirit in Bobby and decides to share a little advice.
"The Morning Paper"
by RogueStar

Hank and Bobby miss seeing their favorite comic strip in the Sunday paper. A tribute to Peanuts creator Charles Schulz.
"Movies"
by Reccea
The five original X-Men debate all things 'Star Wars' and Mel Brooks. Humor.
"MSTie Me"
by Neva "Mice" Huddleston

In true MST3K fashion, Bobby and Jubliee MST a Buffy fic that reeks of lemons. Part of a larger series.
(sexual themes, mature language)
"My Hero"
by ValKerrie

Bobby offers his advice to a 12-year-old girl who wants to be a superhero.
"New Maids, Old Jobs and General Torment"
by J.B. McDonald

Jubliee starts a new job at the local K-Mart, and Bobby stops by to visit and torment her. Sillyfic.
"Night Before the Last Night"
by Kerri

The night before Charlotte and Logan's wedding, the girls take Charlotte out to a strip joint and the guys play poker. Part of a larger series.
(mature themes, situations)
"NightMares"
by Michaela

Lorna comforts her son Mitchell after he has a nightmare, and thinks back on what led to his birth.
(sequel is "DayDreams")
"DayDreams"
by Michaela

Bobby tries to teach his stepson Mitchell an important lesson about responsibility and being a mutant.
(sequel to "NightMares")
"A Night Out"
by Julia Raven Lee

Opportunity knocks in an unexpected way when Bobby goes out to the opera with his teammates.
"Norman Rockwell"
by Alykat

Bobby compares his family life and the holidays to the "ideals" set forth in Rockwell's paintings.
"Not Mine"
by Alestar
Bobby has a one-night stand with Pete Wisdom, and they bond over their common experience with Remy. Slash.
(sexual themes, content)
"Not that You'd Have Noticed"
by Pebblin

Bobby marvels at how he wound up with his latest girlfriend. A follow-up to another story in this archive.
"Now I Lay Me Down to Hide"
by Quincunx

Poem. Bobby hides when a prank on Cyclops backfires -- on Wolverine. Sillyfic.
"The Oath"
by Dyce

Hank expresses his sorrow and grief over Bobby's death. Poetry. A sequel of sorts to "First, Do No Harm" by Poi Lass.
"One Touch"
by Poi Lass

On her road trip with Bobby, Rogue vents to Bobby about her frustrations with living with her powers.
"Opalicious"
by PX

Bobby fans, can you handle this? Filk/humor.
"A Part"
by Samy Merchi

Bishop falls apart -- literally -- during a day of patrolling the Mansion and its grounds. He also dispenses some "wisdom" to an elderly Iceman. Future. Brutally dark sillyfic.
"A Penny for Your Thought"
by Paul Hamrick

An older Iceman visits the graves of his friends and reminisces on their lives -- and the way they died.
"The Phantom Menace: Take Two"
by Link

A very silly revison of the final lightsaber battle in Star Wars: Episode One - The Phantom Menace, starring Cyclops and Iceman. Sillyfic.
"Pigeons"
by J.B. McDonald

At first grumpy and depressed about the events of the past year, Bobby puts his life in perspective when he meets a woman who's had a worse year than him.
"Point Blank"
by queenB

After arriving at the Mansion, Cecilia Reyes begins to accept her new life with the X-Men -- and starts to fall for both Hank and Bobby. (in progress)
"The Prank"
by Ken

Bobby gets into a prank war with Jubilee -- and enlists her aid in play pranks against other residents of the Mansion.
"The Price of Coffee"
by Latex
Beast, Iceman, Rogue and Mystique battle the Sentinels at Starbucks.
"Puppy Love"
by ValKerrie
Bobby gets a new pet and gives her to Opal. Sillyfic.
"Pygmalion's Silence"
by Shade

When Bobby closes himself off to the outside world, Hank tries determinedly to bring his friend back into the world of the "living." (in progress)
"Queen of the Millennium"
by Indigo

A battle with the "new" leader of the Hellions after the Psi War removes the blocks on Emma's psi powers -- as well as the blocks on certain memories.
(sequel is "The Race")
"The Race"
by Indigo

The Hellfire Club, Xavier's and the Massachusetts Academy all vie for the right to contact a mutant whose powers have just manifested, and Bobby and Emma explore some unresolved issues.
(sequel to "Queen of the Millennium")
"Rain"
by Poi Lass

When Bobby and Storm decide to become romantically involved, the X-Men are ... less than jubilant about the news.
"Ranma 1/2: Scent of Mutant"
by Jaelle and Orla

During a battle with Magneto, Rogue falls into a mystical pool of water that turns her into a skunk. Bobby has a notable supporting role. Sillyfic.
"Regrets"
by Paul Hamrick

When Bobby is gravely injured, he can't help but wonder if a better grasp of his powers could have saved him.
"Renaissance Dreams"
by Kitsune

Bobby struggles with his jealousy of Gambit over Rogue, and a song at the Renaissance Fair takes him back to the Revolutionary War era, where he makes an important decision. Alternate universe.
"Road Trippin'"
by Kate Bolin

Bobby accompanies Rogue on a post-graduation road trip to Alaska to find Logan. Movieverse.
"Roses are Red, Violets are Blue"
by Andrea
On the day before Valentine's Day, Bobby searches for the perfect flower arrangement for his special someone.
"Rubber Ducky"
by J.B. McDonald and Paradoqz

When Bobby loses a wager with Hank, he has far too much fun with his "punishment." Sillyfic.
"Rumble in Kitchen Stadium"
by ValKerrie

Bobby and Hank recreate the cult-favorite cooking show Iron Chef within the Mansion, with Gambit and Phoenix facing off to see who's the better cook. Sillyfic.
"Rumors"
by Neva "Mice" Huddleston

Bobby pays a visit to the Massachusetts Academy, and over a breakfast of fresh-baked cinnamon rolls, Jubilee aims to find out why.
"Self Seeking"
by Alykat

During their cross-country road trip, Bobby tries to help Rogue with her problems as he tries to avoid confronting his own.
"Sesame Street"
by Layla Voll

Bobby plays "Ernie" to Scott's "Bert" one day at the Mansion.
"Sex Appeal"
by Scorpio
Bobby talks about the changes in his own life and his newfound perceptions of his fellow X-Men. Slash.
"Shoot Me"
by Mercutio

When Bobby needs help, he seeks out his best friend in his own way. But can the prankster find a way to ask his friend for what he really needs?
(Companion pieces: "Waiting" and "A Friend, Sleeping" by Dyce)
"Shopping for the Girls"
by Paul Hamrick

Bobby and Gambit do the week's grocery shopping for the team, a responsibility that includes the  purchase of certain feminine items. Sillyfic.
"A Small Addiction"
by Poi Lass

Hank receives an unusual gift -- a small,
vibrating mouse -- and ponders who might
have sent it to him. Sillyfic.
"Snapshot"
by RogueStar and Alexis

When Mercy LeBeau comes to deliver some news to Gambit, she falls in lust with Iceman and chaos ensues.
"So What Did You Hear?"
by Kerri

Sam accidentally overhears an ... interesting ... conversation between Bobby and Charlotte, and later including some of the other X-Men. Part of a larger series. Sillyfic.
"Some Assembly Required"
by Lee Tybird

When Hank's toddler son tries to follow in his father's footsteps by playing scientist in the lab, Hank enlists Bobby's help. Part of a larger series.
"Sometimes It Sucks to Be Bobby Drake"
by Scorpio

During his French final, Bobby struggles with his knowledge of the subject, the hiccups AND his powers. Movieverse.
"Spring Dance"
by Scorpio
Bobby goes to the Spring Dance held at Xavier's School for Gifted Children and eats his own heart out. Slash. Movieverse.
"Spring Thaw"
by K-Nice

Bobby decides to leave the X-Men permenantly and get a "real" life, while Gambit struggles to feel alive again after being rescued from the Antarctic.
(in progress)
"Stairwell"
by Halcohol

With his powers just beginning to manifest themselves, a young Bobby Drake isolates himself from his family and peers out of fear.
"Start Spreading the News"
by Poi Lass

Bobby and Gambit set about the difficult task of "coming out" to the rest of the team. You WILL laugh, I promise you. Sillyfic. Slash.
(some language and mature themes)
"Stolen Identities"
by K-Nice

When Bastion came to the X-Mansion, he took everything. Now that the X-Men have returned home, each of them deals with that loss in their own way.
"Such Sweet Sorrow"
by Dyce

Bobby upgrades from his old computer to a newer, more powerful machine. He doesn't take the change very well. Sillyfic.
"Summer Daze"
by J.B. McDonald

A 12-year-old Bobby and his best buddies Jack and Danny wile away a summer's afternoon. Part of a larger series. Alternate reality.
"The Super-Uncanny Adventures of Bobby and His Amazing X-Girlfriends"
by ValKerrie

Bobby, now living on his own, is horrified when several of his ex-girlfriends move into the apartment across the hall.
(in progress.)
"The Sweet Taste of Wine"
by Lise
Bobby and Remy share some intimate moments, but refuse to believe that they mean anything. Slash.
(mature themes)
"Tale of the Last Twinkie"
by Maelstrom

Hank plots his revenge when Bobby steals his last Twinkie. Sillyfic.
(sequel is "Never Mess with a Furry Blue Genius")
"Never Mess with a Furry Blue Genius"
by Maelstrom

When Bobby replaces Hank's precious Twinkies with ::shudder:: low-fat Twinkies, revenge must be exacted. Sillyfic.
(sequel to "Tale of the Last Twinkie")
"A Talent for Reality"
by Kassia

Lydia Hawk has lived in the Danger Room for years, observing the movements of the X-Men. And only Bobby can see her.
(sequel is "Something Like Closure")
"Something Like Closure"
by Kassia

Bobby does some digging and unearths Lydia's true origins.
(sequel to "A Talent for Reality")
"Talking in Circles"
by Ana Lyssie Cotton

In which Remy finds a teammate's body, and Bobby runs into his long-lost cousin. Challenge fic.
"A Test of Power"
by DR

Mutants around the world are drawn into a power struggle between Apocalypse and Mr. Sinister.
(in progress)
"Through a Mirror Clear"
by Alykat

As she deals with the aftermath of the events in Antarctica, Rogue must also deal with her apparent descent into insanity. Bobby plays an important supporting role.
"Time of Your Life"
by Paul Hamrick

Bobby visits a former girlfriend, and they talk about why their relationship could never have worked out.
"Tragic Kingdom"
by Scorpio

Bobby returns from time spent in a horrific alternate universe, and finds that Gambit is the only one he can truly bond with. (in progress)
"Twenty First Century Guy"
by Poi Lass

Hank helps Bobby prepare for his first date with a man. Slash.
"Waiting"
by Dyce

Driving at night on a secluded road, Bobby considers doing something rash, then decides against it.
(A companion piece to "Shoot Me," by Mercutio.)
"Walkin' on Sunshine"
by ValKerrie
Bobby has found true love, and her name is Sunny Skyes. Written for Mice's "Bobby in Love" Challenge. Sillyfic/Romance.
"Watching"
by Elizabeth Wilde

Bobby writes in a journal to work out his feelings after Rogue breaks up with him. Movieverse. Angst.
"Watching"
by Reccea
Ororo watches Bobby from afar and debates whether she should act on her attraction to him. Romance.
"Water Lines"
by J.B. McDonald
After a near-disastrous first meeting, Bobby and Jamie find that they have the makings of a beautiful friendship -- and maybe a lasting relationship. Slash.
"Wave Goodbye to Sanity"
by Shera Crawler 007
Bobby agonizes over calling up a man to ask for a date. Slash.
(sequel is "And Time Marches On")
"Still Waving Goodbye"
by Shera Crawler 007

How Bobby's date went after he finally made the call. (sequel to "Wave Goodbye to Sanity")
"Solitary Confinement"
by Shera Crawler 007

Bobby's new lover thinks about their relationship. Slash.
(sequel to "Still Waving Goodbye")
"And Time Marches On"
by Shera Crawler 007

Bobby awakens in someone else's bed, and tries to push away the implications of the previous night. Slash.
(sequel to "Solitary Confinement")
"What I Did on My Summer Vacation"
by Jubilation Lee (and Mercutio)

Emma assigns the class to write an essay on how they spent their summer vacation. Jubilee tries to figure out how to hide the truth without lying.
(sequel is "Bobby, Rogue and a Vat of Hair Dye")

"Bobby, Rogue and the Vat of Hair Dye"
by Mercutio

Bobby schemes over his most devious prank yet -- to make Rogue a blonde.
(sequel to "What I Did on My Summer Vacation")

"When the Sun Rose"
by Mel

Bobby finds a drunken Alex at a local bar and during the drive home and afterwards, the two have a long talk -- and find some new hope. Slash.
(Sequel is "Humming the Same Song")
"Humming the Same Song"
by Mel

As he prepares to throw a surprise party for Hank, Bobby and Alex talk about their evening together, and where they go from here. Slash.
(Sequel to "When the Sun Rose")
"The Art of Basking Well"
by Mel

Kurt tries to get some sunbathing in, but can't find any relief from the gossippers on the team who can't get over Bobby and Alex's pairing-up. Slash. (Sequel to "Humming the Same Song")
"The White Arc"
by Min

Iceman and the White Queen court and eventually marry, breaking up soon after the birth of their daughter Vicky. After Bobby's death, mother and daughter must deal with their pain -- and each other -- in their own ways.
(in progress)
"Why Stay Home on a Saturday Night?"
by Kerri

When the guys won't go with their girls for a posh gala event, the women take matters into their own hands -- and find their own dates.
"Winning Bets"
by Mel

Bobby and Hank wager on whether Bobby can convince the rest of the team to let Hank hire on an assistant from outside the mansion to move in and help Hank with his research. Self-insertion.
"The Land of the Beautiful People"
by Mel
Naomi adjusts to life in the X-Mansion while dealing with her insecurities about living with so many Beautiful People.
(sequel to "Winning Bets")
"Winter Where You Are"
by Poi Lass

Feeling unwanted and unloved, Bobby has a talk with Gambit about their relationship. Slash.
(some language and mature themes)
"With Any Weapon"
by Poi Lass

After Graydon Creed's attack on William Drake, Bobby fights back in the way that might hurt Creed most.
"Wrong Place, Worse Time"
by Kerri

Bobby and Charlotte's outing with the GenX kids turns into a run-in with the FOH. Part of a larger series.
"Yummy Yellow White Surprise"
by Fionnabhair

An ode to Bobby and Hank's favorite snack food. Filk.
"Zero Degree Celsius"
by Link

Bobby spends a long afternoon beside the pool trying to fine-tune his powers, only to be interrupted by a loud dispute between Hank and Cecilia.

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