Tis is just a little blurb I wrote, spur of the moment. Faye's thought in the last episode as Spike's leaving. Written in 2004.
Set after episode 26. Spoilers for the whole series. Sadness ensues, I hope.
Nestling the gun barrel in her shiny shiny hair, Vicious tells Julia a bedtime story.
An exercise in exquisite futility: Fifty fragments of Spike and Julia. Written for 1sentence on LJ.
It's been three days since Spike took off, and Faye wants to hold on to what she has left.
Faye hated Spike. From the moment he left the Bebop to persue Vicious, she despised him. To her, he was nothing but a fool. After telling her not to live in the past, it was all that he could live ...
A young, violent Jersusalem native is thrown into the world of woolongs and bounties when he is charged with murder and narcotics trafficking.
Not all chains are visible...
Years after, Faye has a few words to share with a certain cowboy from her past. Because, sometimes, you've got to let go of the past and just move on.
So two almost-friends walk into a bar, and talk about a shared almost-love...
Contrary to belief, love doesn't conquer all, especially heedless ambition. Two lovers, before/during the fall. [Version 1.5]
Paradise, truncated. Despite himself, Spike believes in happy endings. Sort of.
What drove Gren to the edge he's on in Jupiter Jazz? A little bit of backstory. Or maybe a lot of it.
A look at the love triangle from Julia's perspective.
I didn't like how Jupiter Jazz Part 2 ended.