5 Works in Mike Hanlon & Ben Hanscom & Beverly Marsh
Fandoms: IT - Stephen King, IT (Movies - Muschietti)
27 Dec 2019
You wanted more time right?” Stan Inquired.
“ what?” Richie stammered, he must have been drunker than he thought he was talking to his dead best friends.
“More time, we are here to give it to you.”
“Am I finally going fucking crazy? Am I still in the deadlights? What the fuck.”
“No this is your second chance.” Eddie said.
After they defeat IT for the last time, Richie is left heartbroken and has nothing to live for anymore. Praying for a second chance, he wants a do over.
Maturin The turtle in payment for them killing IT decides that he owes Richie and the losers a better ending than the one they got. They lost two of their own, who were never suppose to die.
This is their second chance.
29 Oct 2019
All El wanted to do was search for her sister, but she ended up discovering four boys - one of whom looked so similar - and discovering that they, and her friends and family in Hawkins were in serious danger from an old enemy. As repressed memories surface, powers unleash and friendships evolve, a strange party of losers soon discover more about themselves, their friends and the lifestyle they had lived before - and come to terms with the fact that none of them will ever be the same again.
The Stranger Things/It Crossover people have already done and I decided to do as well. Bit late I know. Enjoy.
(yes the title is a quote from Hallelujah)
Fandoms: IT - Stephen King, IT (1990), IT (2017)
24 Apr 2019
A feeling of content taken directly from the Losers' shared college years.
Fandoms: IT (2017), IT - Stephen King
26 Aug 2018
"This is so much better than that idea you had, Rich. I mean, I love you, but it was never going to work." Beverly states. Richie decides to look affronted.
"Are you serious?" He puts on his attempt of Janis Ian's voice. "'Bill Denbrough...how do I even begin to explain Bill Denbrough?'" He looks around the room at the rest of them. "Mean Girls?? Everybody's seen it and everybody references it; face it, Bev, it would have been great!"
"I'm not denying that, I'm saying it wouldn't have worked."
"I'll deny that." Stan puts in. "It was a stupid idea, Richie. Can you 'even begin'-" He puts on his own imitation of the voice, which is shockingly good, though no one will admit it out loud, "to imagine the kind of responses we might have gotten for that?"
"'Bill who?'" Beverly quotes.
"'That kid with the stutter?'" Mike pipes in.
"'Isn't he kind of a loser?'" Says Ben from his seat.
"'Wait, I'm sorry...who are we talking about again?'" Eddie feigns the confusion that they imagine one of their classmates might have if presented with the task to describe their friend. "Look, Bill isn't exactly on par with Regina George, as far as popularity."
Richie Tozier is struggling with something. Something he’d never thought he’d have to struggle with. Sure, his parents can be pretty shitty, but he never thought it would come to this. It’s now been about a month since Richie has been kicked out of his house. He has made do with sleeping in his truck, and passing out on nights that all the losers are together, but things are becoming more dire. With what was left of his money stash gone, Richie is forced to make a living by prostitution. There’s also something going on with Eddie. Eddie Kaspbrak, mommy’s boy and pill expert has been put on a new pill. This time, it was of his own doing, and not his mothers. What it’s for, no one knows.