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Saberlord_Oboeshoes is a fanfiction writer whose work includes fanfiction written for Teen Titans, Supergirl, Wonder Girl, and The DCU.

Beforehand he had a brief stint as a video reviewer while a part of Team Night Saturn.

He is also on DeviantArt as oboeshoes16.

Fanfics with their own pages:


Fanfics without pages (although most are mentioned in New Tamaran)

  • As Long As I Believe In Us (featuring Donna Troy and Kyle Rayner)
  • Aqualad: Warrior of Love
  • Blackfire: An Offer Luthor Can't Refuse
  • A Brief History of Superheroics by Lois Lane
  • Bumblebee: Fallen Queen
  • Cheshire: The Stinging Cat
  • How Robin Became the Boy Wonder (lemon)
  • Jinxed in a Flash at Dinner
  • One Bad Day After
  • Speedy: An Ever-Changing Life
  • Teen Titans: Justice Returns (direct sequel to New Tamaran)
  • Terra's Past
  • Thank You, Robin. Thank You and Happy Birthday (lemon)
  • Two Birds From The Bat (featuring Raven and Robin)
  • Unlikely Alike (featuring Supergirl and Raven)
  • Wonder Girl: Amazon Origin


Tropes used by this author include:

  • Adaptational Backstory Change: He likes to give characters his own backstories for them, though clearly inspired by the originals.
  • Anyone Can Die: While most characters live, the ones who don't leave a definite impact.
  • Author Tract: His stories preach against left-wing politics, and advocate for a libertarian-esque worldview.
  • Averting certain tropes prevelant in superhero stories:
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  • Capepunk: He discusses how superpowered beings affect the world and vice versa.
  • Composite Character:
    • Jinx, already a complex amalgration of different characters, turns out to be a version of Linda Park.
    • Terra discovers she's a Stratan, like the second Terra Markov and Atlee.
    • Phobia from the Brotherhood of Evil is an adult Ace from the Royal Flush Gang, and then reforms into Mirage.
    • LXG Tempest Rewrite is full of these.
  • Does This Remind You of Anything?: In his video review of the Teen Titans episode "TROQ", he argues that Starfire's treatment by Val-Yor mirrors the experience of African-Americans in WW2.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: He likes to leave the good guys Happily Married with a kid or two.
  • Everyone Has Lots of Sex:
    • To cope with the stresses of hero life, heroes have healthy sex lives either as a Battle Couple or as Friends with Benefits. The author justifies this by saying that hero life wouldn't leave much time for a stable, monogamous romantic relationship.
    • This applies to teenage heroes as well, who are encouraged by their mentors to follow after them. The author justifies this by arguing that if teenagers are allowed to risk their lives fighting supervillains and monsters, they should be allowed to have sex.
    • Villains get plenty of sex too, and they don't always care for consent.
  • Everyone Is Bi: Well, all the female characters, at least.
  • Fan Sequel:
  • Freudian Excuse Is No Excuse: Villains are ultimately responsible for their actions, and no tragic backstory will justify them.
  • Good Bad Girl: Supergirl, Wonder Girl, and Wonder Woman will happily brag about their promiscuity. They're all still ideal heroines and loving friends.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Bad guys ultimately get what's coming to them.
  • Lime: Are you really surprised given everything else on this page?
  • Patchwork Fic: He likes to include characters from different continuities and mediums.
  • Police Brutality: Most notably in Bumblebee: Fallen Queen and The Redemption of Harley Quinn.
  • Polyamory: Non-human societies are portrayed as accepting this. New Tamaran and LXG Tempest Rewrite both end with a married throuple happily in love.
  • Reformed Criminal:
    • The end of New Tamaran shows many teen villains reforming as heroes, most notably former HIVE members into the Team Titans.
    • The Redemption of Harley Quinn ends with Harley training to become a trauma psychiatrist, and Poison Ivy as her domestic partner.
  • Related Differently in the Adaptation: Wonder Girl (Donna Troy) is Wonder Woman's biological daughter instead of her adopted younger sister. (Her father is Steve Trevor, thus merging her with Fury of Earth-Two).
  • Rape as Drama: Victims do recover, but become different people from it.
  • Sex Is Good: Heroes have sex regularly not just because of the physical pleasure and stress relief, but because of the emotional bonds it builds between partners.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: Fighting supervillains and monsters won't necessarily prepare you for the horrors of war.
  • The 'Verse: His DCU stories are all set in the same continuity, which is also meant to be continuous with the first Teen Titans cartoon (but not necessarily the comics based on that show).
  • Violence Really Is the Answer: Threaten a loved one or invade their home, and the good guys will beat you to a pulp and continue beating you til you're dead.
  • The War on Terror: Kobra is treated as a substitute for real-world jihadist organizations.


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