Owl and the Phoenix by Phoenixfire
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Summary: Part four of "The lost Owl and the Phoenix" AU. A Gatcha-Marvel crossover from the cartoons, Avengers: EMH and Wolverine & the X-men. What if the God Phoenix from the Gatchaman Universe was actually a Phoenix Force and inhabits Ryu of the Science Ninja team like the God Phoenix warship? Lessons and learning is what happens and the best place to learn is Xavier's Institute for the gifted.
Rated: 13+
Categories: Gatchaman
Characters: Phoenix/God Phoenix, Ryu Nakanishi
Genre: Action/Adventure, General, Hurt/Comfort, Mystery
Story Warnings: Mild Adult Situations, Mild Language, Mild Sexual References
Timeframe: Mid-Series, Other, Time Travel
Universe: Alternate Universe, Cross-Over
Challenges: None
Series: None
Chapters: 3 Completed: No
Word count: 12509 Read: 4769
Published: 05/10/2013 Updated: 05/28/2013
Story Notes:
I don't own Gatchaman, Marvel or anything that is copyrighted.

Set Post Marvel cartoons (Avengers EMH & Wolvering and the Xmen) and a few episodes into Gatchaman Fighter.

1. Previously on Owl Assemble by Phoenixfire [Reviews - 0] (2135 words)

Just to let new readers know, this is the fourth chapter of my "The lost Owl and the Phoenix" fiction. Although I do try to do a summary of the previous story in the first chapter, it doesn't hurt to go back and read them all. Everything is linked.

The first two fics are known as "This is our Story" and "The other side of the Story". The third fic is known as "Owl Assemble" which is when the story officially becomes a marvel/Gatchaman crossover. All three fics are found in the "Lost Owl and the Phoenix" series so enjoy.

2. The Xavier's Institute for the Gifted by Phoenixfire [Reviews - 0] (4993 words)

3. The Birds and the Bees... by Phoenixfire [Reviews - 0] (5381 words)

"Blah blah" in double-quotes is someone speaking

'blah blah' in single-quotes is mind speech

blah blah with no quotes is story text and Ryu's personal thoughts

Warning, some slightly crude humour in this chapter along with plenty of red-faces