History FanficRecs / BackToTheFuture

16th May '17 3:39:15 PM nombretomado
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These are recommendations made by Tropers for ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture'' fanfics, all of which have to be signed to stay on the page. Feel free to add a fanfic of your own to the list, but remember to use the template found [[Main/FanficRecommendations here]].

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These are recommendations made by Tropers for ''Franchise/BackToTheFuture'' fanfics, all of which have to be signed to stay on the page. Feel free to add a fanfic of your own to the list, but remember to use the template found [[Main/FanficRecommendations [[FanficRecommendations here]].



* ''Comments'': It's no secret that I rec irisbleufic's work across a number of fandoms here on TVTropes. There's a reason for this, and that reason has never been more in evidence than it is here, IMHO. I wouldn't have thought to read BTTF stories until irisbleufic mentioned the works by usedusernames and Kleenexwoman on her Tumblr, at which point I clicked and all bets were off. In the weeks following, she let her anons and readers convince her to try writing some herself, and this story, set in the 1930s, is really just the tip of the iceberg. She's written [[http://archiveofourown.org/users/irisbleufic/pseuds/irisbleufic/works?fandom_id=226817 three other pieces]], and each one treats the Marty/Doc relationship like a test-case or an experiment in a different timeline (for example, the remaining three you'll find at that link are 1955, 1985, and 1885). I didn't think it was possible to go explicit with this pairing and have it work, but this is one writer who will consistently prove what you thought before was too hasty a conclusion.

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* ''Comments'': It's no secret that I rec irisbleufic's work across a number of fandoms here on TVTropes.Wiki/TVTropes. There's a reason for this, and that reason has never been more in evidence than it is here, IMHO. I wouldn't have thought to read BTTF stories until irisbleufic mentioned the works by usedusernames and Kleenexwoman on her Tumblr, at which point I clicked and all bets were off. In the weeks following, she let her anons and readers convince her to try writing some herself, and this story, set in the 1930s, is really just the tip of the iceberg. She's written [[http://archiveofourown.org/users/irisbleufic/pseuds/irisbleufic/works?fandom_id=226817 three other pieces]], and each one treats the Marty/Doc relationship like a test-case or an experiment in a different timeline (for example, the remaining three you'll find at that link are 1955, 1985, and 1885). I didn't think it was possible to go explicit with this pairing and have it work, but this is one writer who will consistently prove what you thought before was too hasty a conclusion.
10th May '17 5:49:44 PM postholer
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* ''Synopsis'': Marty McFly was the weirdest kid a lot of people had ever met. A collection of one-shots exploring the strangeness and memorability of one Marty McFly, seen through the eyes of many different people over many different times.

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* ''Synopsis'': Marty McFly was the weirdest kid a lot of people had ever met. A collection of one-shots exploring the strangeness and memorability of one Marty McFly, Marty, seen through the eyes of many different people over many different times.
10th May '17 4:11:36 PM postholer
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10th May '17 4:10:14 PM postholer
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''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11312969/ The Strangeness of Marty McFly]]'' by [[https://www.fanfiction.net/u/2848148/who-is-sabrina who is sabrina]]
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* ''Synopsis'': Marty McFly was the weirdest kid a lot of people had ever met. A collection of one-shots exploring the strangeness and memorability of one Marty McFly, seen through the eyes of many different people over many different times.
20th Apr '17 9:46:29 AM crazysamaritan
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* ''Comments'': I also found out about this story on the blog of the writer I'm going to rec next. Subtle, melancholy, and full of beautifully complex implications. There isn't a lot of fic in this fandom generally, but it's surprising to discover that much of the best-written of it is Marty/Doc. Kleenexwoman's BTTF work is strong; they've got around ten or so pieces of it on AO3.

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* ''Comments'': I also found out about this story on the blog of the writer I'm going to rec next. Subtle, melancholy, and full of beautifully complex implications. There isn't a lot of fic in this fandom generally, but it's surprising to discover that much of the best-written of it is Marty/Doc. Kleenexwoman's BTTF work is strong; they've got around ten or so pieces of it on AO3.
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13th Mar '16 12:11:00 AM nombretomado
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* ''synopsis'': Jules and Verne travel to 1982 to catch the premiere of ''ConanTheBarbarian''. But when they go back to the future, they find both of their parents dead.

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* ''synopsis'': Jules and Verne travel to 1982 to catch the premiere of ''ConanTheBarbarian''.''Film/{{Conan the Barbarian|1982}}''. But when they go back to the future, they find both of their parents dead.
22nd Nov '15 11:19:48 AM dsneybuf
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''[[http://jbwarner86.deviantart.com/art/Back-To-The-Present-Part-I-569000567 Back to the Present]]'' by Jesse J. Barboza
* Recommended by dsneybuf
* ''Synopsis'': Doc, Marty, and Jennifer visit a 2015 Hill Valley suffering from an economic downturn, and populated by denizens addicted to isolating technology. While Marty and Doc go foil the Tannens' schemes, Jennifer makes the acquaintance of her future daughter.
* ''Comments'': This comic remained a work in progress at the time of recommendation, but so far, it does a promising job giving depth and personality to two young women that Jesse considered under-utilized in the original trilogy, and provides clever explanations[[labelnote:*]]Jesse admittedly borrowed them from a ''Webcomic/{{Mulberry}}''[=/=]''BTTF'' crossover, with the approval of ''Mulberry'' creator Peter Paltridge[[/labelnote]] for the differences between the ''BTTF II'' and real versions of 2015. The description of page 10 says Jesse will probably post a new page every Thursday.
13th Nov '15 7:28:12 AM dsneybuf
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* ''Comments'': This comic remained a work in progress at the time of recommendation, but so far, it does a promising job giving depth and personality to two young women that Jesse considered under-utilized in the original trilogy, and provides clever explanations[[labelnote:*]]Jesse admittedly borrowed them from a ''Webcomic/{{Mulberry}}''[=/=]''BTTF'' crossover, with the approval of ''Mulberry'' creator Peter Paltridge[[/labelnote]] for the differences between the ''BTTF II'' and real versions of 2015.

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* ''Comments'': This comic remained a work in progress at the time of recommendation, but so far, it does a promising job giving depth and personality to two young women that Jesse considered under-utilized in the original trilogy, and provides clever explanations[[labelnote:*]]Jesse admittedly borrowed them from a ''Webcomic/{{Mulberry}}''[=/=]''BTTF'' crossover, with the approval of ''Mulberry'' creator Peter Paltridge[[/labelnote]] for the differences between the ''BTTF II'' and real versions of 2015. \n The description of page 10 says Jesse will probably post a new page every Thursday.
12th Nov '15 11:16:55 AM dsneybuf
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* ''Comments'': This comic remained a work in progress at the time of recommendation, but so far, it does a promising job giving depth and personality to two young women he considered under-utilized in the original trilogy, and provides clever explanations[[labelnote:*]]Jesse admittedly borrowed them from a ''Webcomic/{{Mulberry}}''[=/=]''BTTF'' crossover, with the approval of ''Mulberry'' creator Peter Paltridge[[/labelnote]] for the differences between the ''BTTF II'' and real versions of 2015.

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* ''Comments'': This comic remained a work in progress at the time of recommendation, but so far, it does a promising job giving depth and personality to two young women he that Jesse considered under-utilized in the original trilogy, and provides clever explanations[[labelnote:*]]Jesse admittedly borrowed them from a ''Webcomic/{{Mulberry}}''[=/=]''BTTF'' crossover, with the approval of ''Mulberry'' creator Peter Paltridge[[/labelnote]] for the differences between the ''BTTF II'' and real versions of 2015.
12th Nov '15 11:14:09 AM dsneybuf
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* ''Comments'': As of November 7, 2015, Jesse has only completed nine pages of this comic. (If he gives the pages their own folder, I'll update the link above.) So far, it does a promising job giving depth and personality to two young women he considered under-utilized in the original trilogy, and provides clever explanations[[labelnote:*]]Jesse admittedly borrowed them from a ''Webcomic/{{Mulberry}}''[=/=]''BTTF'' crossover, with the approval of ''Mulberry'' creator Peter Paltridge[[/labelnote]] for the differences between the ''BTTF II'' and real versions of 2015.

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* ''Comments'': As of November 7, 2015, Jesse has only completed nine pages of this comic. (If he gives This comic remained a work in progress at the pages their own folder, I'll update the link above.) So time of recommendation, but so far, it does a promising job giving depth and personality to two young women he considered under-utilized in the original trilogy, and provides clever explanations[[labelnote:*]]Jesse admittedly borrowed them from a ''Webcomic/{{Mulberry}}''[=/=]''BTTF'' crossover, with the approval of ''Mulberry'' creator Peter Paltridge[[/labelnote]] for the differences between the ''BTTF II'' and real versions of 2015.
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