[BOOKS] ✫ Reconcilable Differences ✭ Astolat – Sigilo.us

[BOOKS] ✫ Reconcilable Differences  ✭ Astolat – Sigilo.us
  • ebook
  • 120 pages
  • Reconcilable Differences
  • Astolat
  • English
  • 13 March 2018

Reconcilable Differences Fanfiction Smallville DC ComicsPairing Clark Kent Lex LuthorSummary Luthor Family Values.40,113 Words Complete

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10 thoughts on “Reconcilable Differences

  1. says:

    Reading this fic was when I first discovered that Superman and Lex Luthor had a test tube baby genetic lovechild called Kon El Superboy Conner Kent which is just so amusing in addition to fans speculation about Superman s love interests having L.L initials Lana Lang, Lois Lane, Lex Luthor XDAnyway, this story is a crossover fusion between Smallville tv series and DC Comics But I don t think you need to know much to follow this story just the fact that in Smallville, Superman and Luthor were Reading this fic was when I first discovered that Superman and Lex Luthor had a test tube baby genetic lovechild called Kon El Superboy Conner Kent which is just so amusing in addition to fans speculat...

  2. says:

    Minus one star because after Clark has dated Lois and been attracted to and had relationships with other women Lana the fic acts like Clark has been hiding being gay this whole time because now he s developing his relationship with Lex But no mention of bisexuality, because ...

  3. says:

    Very cute, although it fell into the fan fiction trap of not describing people, just figuring everyone reading it will have watched the relevant shows.

  4. says:

    3.25 starsThe usual Superman s dumbness is here a littlepardonable And Lex is a bit too fluffy In general I don t watch many TV Shows In particular I don t like Superman, I never endured him too, I always found he dumb on comics, movies, TV shows conseq...

  5. says:

    One of my favorite Clark Lex stories.

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