This is a regularly updated post listing works of fiction featuring Raizo and Mika of Ninja Assassin (see The Addicts' Circle).
"Fanfiction" - whether well-written or otherwise - is a powerful literary and sociological tool. Firstly, it is proof that the evolution of media has not killed the written word; the written word has simply evolved too. People haven't stopped reading; they're just more likely to read online.
Secondly, it shows how different people think, how they see other people, and how they see themselves. Many sociologists could answer a lot of questions about our society if they would simply read fanfiction.
Thirdly, fiction of this sort is empowering to those who would otherwise not see themselves portrayed positively in media. For Blasian supporters, this is particularly important, as this genre has been regularly hindered and derailed by mainstream (and even indie) media.
Raizo/Mika fiction is important because Ninja Assassin is one of the few Hollywood films which emphasizes the sexiness and desirability of Asian men. Even though we don't get to see the protagonist express his sexuality, we are still shown it is there.
And now...without further ado...
"Oh, Mika, Mika" - written by Ankhesen Mié as a quick example for non-POC on how to heathily portray characters of color. Takes place post-movie; after the fall of Ozunu, Raizo and Mika fall into the good graces of the Clan of the Red Sand...or so they think.
"Scars" & "Summer" - two oneshots written by the admirable Aleksiina, for fans who just want to get to the "cookies".
"Essential" - a charming, endearing ficlet by Cinnamon, given just the perfect dash of naughty.