Exploring the vast endlessness of the universe just got a whole lot sexier (and maybe a little weird.) NSFW warning!
This might be the best Superman fan-fiction I’ve ever seen. Hell, it’s better than most of the Superman stories DC is putting out nowadays.
Some of the animation in BlackSmokeFilms’ Dragon Ball short film “The Fall of Men” is just excellent. It’s shorter, but I might even say that overall it’s better than the 2009 movie Dragonball Evolution.
I’m not sure how to describe the last 20 minutes of my life, in which I played Sonic Dreams Collection, a compilation of “lost” (read: fake) Sonic the Hedgehog games that go to some truly messed up places.
Lore. It’s always the tricky part.
Searching as I do from time to time through the video game crossover wonderland that is FanFiction.net, I happened to turn off the mature story filter for a split-second, during which I encountered the raunchiest, steamiest Shadow the Hedgehog-meets-Borderlands story I've ever read.
To put that number into context: most of the longest novels ever only have a little over a million words in them. And this fan-fiction has nearly three times as many words as that.
About two years after The End came a memorable day: Mark unearthed an incredible stash. Coarse-knuckled and goose-prickling under a wan, strange sun, he hunched over a small old dumpster he found behind the old Winn Dixie, and pried away at it. It took some time, as the thing had corroded shut. The color and iron…
Well, this is bizarre. Amazon has announced Kindle Worlds, which it calls a "place for you to publish fan fiction inspired by popular books, shows, movies, comics, music, and games".
British Elite fan Drew Wagar has fired up a Kickstarter pledge to help him... afford to back someone else's Kickstarter pledge.
Early tomorrow morning BioWare releases the free ending-enhancing downloadable content for Mass Effect 3, hopefully laying to rest the concerns of countless players that were disappointed with the game's ending.
Lar'zak looked on the tent with horror clawing it's way into his brain. Pony's corpses littered the grounds around the tent, and those who females who hadn't been killed suffered a fate worse than death.
Sometimes it's not the battle that really matters, but rather the events leading up to the battle. For instance, in 1monkeyfromhell's "The Winter of Tails", Sonic's sidekick is on the run because everyone he knows has been murdered in horrible ways.
This one was just too easy. I mean, who hasn't imagined the characters from Suzanne Collins' young adult novels interacting with the disembodied Mario head of Mario Teaches Typing 2?
Colorful. Bright. Cartoonish. These are all adjectives used to describe the light-hearted and airy adventures found in Insomniac's Resistance series. What happens when Nintendo's dark anti-hero Link comes on the scene? Glorious chaos.
When you love two things as much as fan fiction author slyfan1030 loves the Sly Cooper and SoulCalibur franchise, you can't resist the urge to have them both at once. Like the more "romantic" version of such a conundrum, the solution is often more trouble than it's worth.
As if the Reapers, the Geth and a twisted web of intergalactic political intrigue weren't enough to deal with, Fan-Fiction.net author Master-of-Mythology has to throw one of Final Fantasy's most powerful villains at him. Some days it's just not worth getting out of bed with Tali.
As our week-long exploration of the stories spun in the hearts of Skyrim players comes to a close, we bring you a tale of the end result of too much time spent in this virtual fantasy world, as told by reader BlamefulZulu.
It's the next -to-last day of our week-long celebration of the stories cultivated in the hearts and minds of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim players! Today's Khajiit tale and tail is brought you you by a reader named Jud.