Synopsis: Shortly before the Penn Station incident, Alex Mercer takes a rather long walk and considers his situation. Pre-game, if you've read my other fics you know what to expect in terms of writing style. Might not be everyone's cup of tea.
Synopsis: Two months after the catastrophe, Alex Mercer is just trying to find his own niche in the world. Old secrets and new enemies are determined to make things hectic again… luckily, he wasn't that fond of the peaceful life anyway. -AU, disregards Prototype 2.
Synopsis: Peter Parker was an ordinary teenager until two guys in military-style uniform and their mysterious hooded companion intruded and killed Uncle Ben. Peter's vengeance is swift and bloody as he... eats the hooded man? This isn't your average Spidey tale, for Peter is going to get... hungry.
Synopsis: He had been captured; Alex Mercer knew that much was obvious. But if that was the case, why had his captors just left him there without security? How had he ended up in a bunker buried in some kind of giant desert? Where was everyone? And when the hell did bottlecaps become currency?
Comments: A Crossover with Fallout: New Vegas, involving Alex being unleashed upon the Mojave Wasteland just in time to meet up with a certain courier. It features a nice blend of good characterization, action, and comedic moments.
Synopsis: When Alex Mercer dropped the nuclear bomb in the ocean, he did not expect to be sent back in time to the 18th century where the Revolution would soon begin, and got into the secret war between Assassins and Templars. The worst part was that the two men he came to care were at each other's throats, both because of personal and duty matters. And he was stuck between them.
Synopsis: All he was asking for was a basic explanation… However, when given the option between giving a birds and the bees talk to a sentient virus thing, and just giving a demonstration – well, Alex was a handsome enough creature, and Cross was a man of action, not words.
Comments: A fill at the Prototype kink meme, and now this Troper's headcanon as far as Mercer/Blacklight's reproductive biology goes. Features(/warnings for) creative anatomy and sex between a man and a virus-thing.