Title: Geek Wars
Disclaimer: I do not own Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Dollhouse; I don’t know anything about the comic of which I write, and I certainly don’t own it
Crossover: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dollhouse
Word Count: 360
Timeline: Post Chosen for BtVS, Anytime in the first season for Dollhouse
Note: I…I don’t even know.
“Are you like a crazy person or something?!”
”No, unlike you my tiny friend, I am not
“Issue number thirteen clearly
“Issue thirteen is a Red Herring! It’s there to distract from the real plotline!”
“Were you dropped on your head as a child? Issue thirteen is the foundation upon which all other issues rely for…founding…and such.”
“As a matter of fact I was dropped on my head by my babysitter, but that doesn’t change the fact that issue thirteen was a horrible mistake
of “Attack of the Clones” level proportions, which the writers spent the rest of the series attempting to erase from the memories of their readers!”
Silence descended upon the Annual Nerds United Symposium, or ANUS as those who attended it would whisper to one another in hushed tones so that their parents wouldn’t hear, broken only by a sharp gasp that followed this statement. The two men-children stared at each other, an unblinking contest of wills. Topher knew that he had gone too far this time, but what had been said could not be undone, no matter how much he may have wished to be able to relive these last moments. The two nerds backed away from each other slowly, disbelief and disappointment etched across their faces. Topher was the first to blink, turning and slinking back into the masses of geeks surrounding them.
Andrew disappeared into the crowd, allowing anonymity to put a temporary salve on his broken heart. Until ten minutes ago he had thought Topher to be his long lost brother in geekdom, but this…was unforgivable.
He turned towards the Marvel section of the comic book convention, seeking Xander, the only person he knew who would be able to appreciate the monstrous atrocity committed here today against the Archie Comics.