dunmurderin: A clownfish, orange and white, with a banner saying he is NOT a Combaticon!  So no one mistakes him for one, y'know? (Default)
Oh No, You Didn't -- From Mercenaries 2: World In Flames. This? Is what Swindle would sing to his kids at night, if he had kids. Or if he'd acknowledge any kids he had. Maybe Onslaught sings it to the Combaticons...

Video above is the full-length version; Commercial is here

As for Metal-Head: the Brutal Legend TV commerical is all about a heavy metal roadie transported to a Heavy Metal album cover world where he is the one Chosen to either save the world or destroy it. But, yeah...this is where Metal-Head goes when he sleeps, aww yeah.
dunmurderin: A clownfish, orange and white, with a banner saying he is NOT a Combaticon!  So no one mistakes him for one, y'know? (Default)
Title: Job Offer
Author: Dunmurderin
Fandom: X-Men/GI Joe
Characters: Sabretooth, Zartan, Dreadnoks
Rating: PG-13
Word Count: approximatley 1500
Summary: Zartan meets with Sabretooth and offers him a job.
Warning: N/A
Author’s Note: Takes place at some point after the events in the GI Joe cartoon episode "Computer Complications" -- exactly when I am not sure. Story is set outside my "regular" GI Joe continuity. Written for [livejournal.com profile] dragoness_e's request for Zartan making Sabretooth an offer he could (or couldn't) refuse.

Job Offer )
dunmurderin: A clownfish, orange and white, with a banner saying he is NOT a Combaticon!  So no one mistakes him for one, y'know? (gi joe from tomsimpson.org)
Title: An American Family
Fandom: GI Joe
Characters: Low-Light, Paige Adams, Daina, plus OCs
Word Count: approx. 2013 words
Rating: PG-13
Summary: Sequel to "Fear Factor" and "Big Brother" -- Low-Light's a father. AUUUGH!!


An American Family )
dunmurderin: A clownfish, orange and white, with a banner saying he is NOT a Combaticon!  So no one mistakes him for one, y'know? (gi joe from tomsimpson.org)
Title: Big Brother
Originally Posted: Circa November, 2004
Note: This piece is a sequel to Fear Factor. You don't necessarily have to read it first, but it's probably a good idea. You may also want to catch Wonders Never Cease and Making Do for more Low-Light apperances.
Continuity-wise, this story takes place in my own version of the GI Joe universe. It is loosely based on a mix of Devil's Due/Marvel continuity with some Sunbow/DIC tossed in for kicks and grins.
Disclaimer: The only character I 'own' is Karen. Everybody else belongs to Hasbro, et. al.
Author's Note: Once again thanks to the ever-lovin' blue-eyed Danielle for her assistance in beta-reading this piece as well as her encouragement and assistance on military details. Any mistakes in military protocol are purely mine own.

Big Brother )
dunmurderin: A clownfish, orange and white, with a banner saying he is NOT a Combaticon!  So no one mistakes him for one, y'know? (gi joe from tomsimpson.org)
Title:Fear Factor
Originally Posted: circa November, 2004
Disclaimer: I own none of these characters, except for Karen and only then in the sense that I created her, though I'm still using her in a universe I have no hold over.
Author's Note: Crosby, North Dakota is actually, factually a real town. I know this because, big screaming dork that I am, I looked it up! It's a small town with a population of about 1,200 in northern North Dakota in Divide County which is near the US/Canada border. The Lutefest is an actual event held in the town (and which looks to be a pretty good time this year 'round, judging from the blurb about it in the on-line version of the town's newspaper.

Fear Factor )
dunmurderin: A clownfish, orange and white, with a banner saying he is NOT a Combaticon!  So no one mistakes him for one, y'know? (gi joe from tomsimpson.org)
Title:Playing House
Fandom:GI Joe
Characters:Low Light, Paige Adams, Daina, and Beachhead
Prompt:IIRC, written just for the sheer hell of it.
Word Count:1138 words
Rating:PG
Author's note: Scene inspired by a similar scene in Inside Delta Force: The Story of America's Elite Counterterrorist Unit by Eric L. Haney. The situation is real, I just took the idea and ran with it to make it my own Joe story (just like Hama!). Any technical errors are purely mine own.
Standard Disclaimer: GI Joe and all characters mentioned (except for Karen) are property of Hasbro and licensed by Devil's Due. Karen, for whatever it's worth, I made her up. The baby too.


Playing House )
dunmurderin: A clownfish, orange and white, with a banner saying he is NOT a Combaticon!  So no one mistakes him for one, y'know? (gi joe from tomsimpson.org)
Title: Phone Call
Fandom: GI Joe
Characters: Low Light, Karen (OC)
Prompt: Written for GI Joe Fanfiction Bootcamp Memorial Day Challenge
Word Count:1272
Rating: PG
Summary: Low Light makes a phone call home.
Author's Notes: Contains spoilers for issues 42 and 43 of the Devil's Due GI Joe comic run. Also some minor spoilers for the movie Con Air
Disclaimer: GI Joe is the property of Hasbro. I made Karen up, so she's mine for whatever that's worth. And Steve Buscemi is the scariest thing in Con Air.

Phone Call )
dunmurderin: A clownfish, orange and white, with a banner saying he is NOT a Combaticon!  So no one mistakes him for one, y'know? (Default)
Title: Wonders Never Cease
Origiinally Posted: Circa February 2004
Fandom: GI Joe
Characters: Low Light, Paige Adams
Prompt: Written for GI Joe Fanfiction Bootcamp
Word Count: 1008
Rating: PG
Summary: A Valentine's Day discussion between Paige Adams and Low Light
Author's Notes: Originally a GI Joe Fanfic Bootcamp exercise in character development.

Wonders Never Cease )
dunmurderin: A clownfish, orange and white, with a banner saying he is NOT a Combaticon!  So no one mistakes him for one, y'know? (gi joe from tomsimpson.org)
Title: Making Do
Originally Posted: March 19, 2004
Author's Note: Originally written for a GI Joe Fanfic Bootcamp exercise on characters and death; takes place shortly after the Cobra Civil War storyline in the Devil's Due comics. Contains references/spoilers to "Nightmare Assault" (GI Joe, Season 2) and the death of Quickkick in the Marvel comics run (as well as to Quickkick's first appearance in the cartoon).

Making Do )
dunmurderin: A clownfish, orange and white, with a banner saying he is NOT a Combaticon!  So no one mistakes him for one, y'know? (Combaticons by Koilungfish)
Title: I Got a Girl

Characters/Pairing: Blast Off, Range Viper #3
Word Count: approximately 2100 words
Rating: a mild R
Author's Note: Evy was a character in the GI Joe cartoon produced by DIC in the late 80s/early 90s. Her sole appearance was in the episode "I Found You...Evy." Like Blast Off, I have no idea why these two seem to be a match, but they do.

I Got a Girl )
dunmurderin: A clownfish, orange and white, with a banner saying he is NOT a Combaticon!  So no one mistakes him for one, y'know? (gi joe from tomsimpson.org)
Title: A Letter Home
Originally Posted: April 23, 2007
Fandom: GI Joe: RAH, comics-centric
Characters: Stalker
Prompt: N/A
Word Count: approximately 884 words
Rating: PG
Summary: In 197-something, a young soldier wrote a letter home, asking for a favor from his momma.
Author's Notes: Takes place in the 1970s, date unknown since Marvel comics/Larry Hama never really pinned down the dates exactly. Probably around 1971-1972. Written for the GI Joe Fanfiction Bootcamp Exercise #22, which was to write the Joes in an alternate universe. Centers around events depicted, at various times, in the Marvel GI Joe comics.

A Letter Home )

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