pairing: Teddy Altman/Billy Kaplan
rating: ?? (possibly R)
plot/summary: Lieutenant Theodore ‘Teddy’ Altman had only ever heard stories of it. A dark red ship filled with a mysterious crew and a Captain that was more myth then human. But in his first week as newly promoted Lieutenant aboard the U.S.S AVENGER battleship, Teddy is faced with a world of scarlet, and meets first hand the reality behind the myth, and the man behind The Maximoff. (Future AU)
chapter: 2 (>1)
Anonymous asked: His short laugh is cut off half way by a pair of eager, thin lips. But he still smiles when the lean body presses up against him, a clever tongue licking his lips before sliding inside. Teddy's hands stroke up and down Billy's back, pulling the shirt out of the dark jeans with every motion. Billy straddles his body, moaning quietly when Teddy's hands stroke his neck and ears. Breaking the kiss, he stares up at Billy and grins, "Hi." Billy's smile is slow and dazzling as he replies, "Hey."
uh oh, Cris said tuxedos now I’m all inspired to write a wedding drabble UH OH.
-(some spoilers for CC#9)-
Billy grinned and set a thumbs-up to Northstar as he stood beside Kyle up at the alter. It was a sunny day in New York, the perfect weather for an outdoor wedding in Central Park, and nearly all the whos-who of East Coast heros were in attendance. He glanced to his side and slapped at Teddy’s hand to get his boyfriend to stop futzing with his bowtie.
For cris-art, because she asked if i would continue the story about what happens after Teddy and Billy return home after so long apart (she drew a really cute art piece to go with that small drabble ;~;), and i have a hard time saying no to my art heros.
title: ‘Back Home’
summary: (a continuation of this drabble prompt) Teddy is back home from his military service overseas, and the only thing he or Billy want is to make up for lost time.
I may or may not have gotten a sneak peak at CC 9
I just want to say, now that my tears have stopped running down my face, that this issue of Childrens Crusade is important.
For those who, often like myself, only read new issues via scans posted online when they can’t afford to buy them, I’ll say this right now. You’re going to want to buy this issue. Based on that spoiler, its going to be an issue that you’re going to wish you had in print.
Anonymous asked: Billy and Teddy in an AU where Teddy was a soldier out at war and he's coming home to Billy
Billy’s hands were full of the fabric of his sweater as he waited in the airport terminal. He was surrounded by wives and girlfriends, husbands and children of the soldiers who were slowly emerging from the thresh hold. He knew that he wouldn’t be able to act like these women, wouldn’t be able to throw his arms around the man he loved as he walked through. There was protocol and having to hide and all things that came with being involved with a gay man in the military. But Billy’s heart was so full and he was so anxious to see Teddy again after countless months of worry and letter-writing. The idea of not being able to get more then a ‘welcome home’ slap on the back until they got back to their apartment was torture. But Billy would resist if it meant keeping Teddy’s cover up.
And then he saw him. Tanned from the desert sun and hair looking lighter then he remembered, but it was him. Billy shot up out of his seat, but resisted the urge to throw his arms around Teddy’s neck and kiss every inch he could. Teddy’s eyes found him, and Billy didn’t have time to be disappointed at not being able to kiss him, because in only a moment Teddy had thrown down his rucksack and wrapped his wonderfully strong arms around Billy’s back and shoulders.
Others stared and as Billy was kissed and kissed back the man of his dreams -his loyal soldier- neither of them really cared.
"Welcome home, T." Billy whispered into the sandy smell of the crook of Teddy’s neck. Teddy smiled against Billy’s hair.
"I’m home, B."
Anonymous asked: 1. BillyTeddy 2. The beach where Teddy is a lifeguard.
Teddy kept his eye on the boy (‘Billy’, he’d heard his friends call him), and watched as he headed into the water with the rest of the swim team. Billy was smooth, elegant in the water, flashing in and out between the breaking waves. More then once while watching him swim had Teddy been grateful for the elevation and privacy of the lifegaurd tower, as swim trunks were not very forgiving to a young man’s imagination.