Agatha Lively


Synopsis: One of the galaxy’s most powerful psychic detectives, and a multiple-murderer who’s gone straight and switched to the side of the law, are reunited to track down a deadly serial killer. The last time they met, she was a teenage girl and he was her only hope on a deadly, desolate planet… but are they still on the same side or not?

Category: Fan Fiction

Fandoms: Minority Report (2002), Pitch Black (2000)

Series: None

Challenges: None

Rating: T

Orientations: Gen (so far)

Pairings: None (so far)

Warnings: Mild Language, Controversial Subject Matter (Teen Runaways), Mild Violence

Number of Chapters: 2

Net Word Count: 4,678

Total Word Count: 5,090

Story Length: Short Story

First Posted: March 20, 2003

Last Updated: March 29, 2003

Status: Incomplete


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The characters and events of Pitch Black are © 2000 USA Films, Gramercy Pictures, and Interscope Communications; Directed by David Twohy; Screenplay by Ken and Jim Wheat and David Twohy; Story by Ken and Jim Wheat; Produced by Tom Engelman. The characters and events of Minority Report are © 2002 20th Century Fox, Amblin Entertainment, Blue Tulip Productions, and DreamWorks Pictures; Directed by Steven Spielberg; Screenplay by Scott Frank and Jon Cohen; Produced by Gerald R. Molen, Bonnie Curtis, Walter F. Parkes, and Jan de Bont; based on the novella The Minority Report by Philip K. Dick, which was originally published in Fantastic Universe in 1956. This work of fan fiction is a transformative work for entertainment purposes only, with no claims on, nor intent to infringe upon, the rights of the parties listed above. All additional characters and situations are the creation of, and remain the property of, Ardath Rekha. eBook design and cover art by LaraRebooted, incorporating a Minority Report publicity still of actress Samantha Morton, a Pitch Black screen capture of actress Rhiana Griffith, a graphic from PNGWing, the Cinzel font from Font Meme, and background graphics © 1998 Noel Mollon, adapted and licensed via Teri Williams Carnright from the now-retired Fantasyland Graphics site (c. 2003). This eBook may not be sold or advertised for sale. If you are a copyright holder of any of the referenced works, and believe that part or all of this eBook exceeds fair use practices under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, please contact Ardath Rekha.

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Please write more of this and more riddick and jack shippers!!!! 🙂


please more more!!!


Ooooo interesting. And an oddly plausible cross-over.


I’m really enjoying the premise of it, and your imaginative telling of the story is as strong as ever. If you continue this, I would love to read more.


I really like this idea…I know you’re not writing right now, and as a university student myself I totally understand, but I vote that you continue this one when you have the time!

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