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Gatchaman Fiction Archive :: Transmute!
Reviews For Disarming
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Reviewer: jublke Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 08/12/2012 4:24 PM Title: Disarming

Aw, I was hoping for a little more between Jones & Anderson.  Those flowers had me wondering too!  This story feeds into my theory that Jason & Anderson have more in common than people realize - in this case, wickedly fun, evil senses of humor.

Author's Response: We seem to have similar theories about Jason and the Chief. Maybe they clash because they have so much in common? Thanks for your review.

Reviewer: UnpublishedWriter Signed [Report This]
Date: 05/29/2010 6:59 AM Title: Disarming

First rule of a prank war: stick to people your own age. Your elders will get you every time.


Sometime in the future, Anderson and Jones are going to conduct a -- umm -- inspection of each other's security procedures. Yes, that's it. Uh-huh. That's what they'll be doing.

Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing. We often forget that those who stand in loco parentis have more experience in living. Not that Anderson has a life, as such. If he ever gets one, the shock may kill him.

Reviewer: cyscoe Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: 11/14/2008 4:19 PM Title: Disarming

Having read "Cupid's Cablegun" first, I found this to be a very interesting story.  I know that changing POV can be difficult to do, but you've nailed it.

Author's Response: Ooooh, reviews! Reviews are nice, especially nice reviews, which are extra doubly nice. Thank you. It was a tricky one but I felt I had more to say about Anderson's POV. He's complicated, which is, I think, possibly the nicest thing one can say about him.

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