Action Dad: Fan Works
- Jekyll has (eventually) an adopted son and Nemo has a foster daughter in The Private Diary Of Elizabeth Quatermain.
- Tony Stark becomes this to his adopted son Harry in the Harry Potter/Iron Man crossover fanfic Harry Potter And The Invincible Technomage. It is also demonstrated that many of the heroes feel this way toward their allies' children.
- Spyro from The Legend of Spyro: A New Dawn. He is pretty protective of his adopted egg, just like Cynder, but a much bigger Papa Wolf is Ember's father, Blaze. When the Warden has Ember overpowered in their battle, Blaze blasts him, despite the Warden's collar inflicting debilitating pain on any of the cursed slaves who attacks or touches him in anyway. Once the Warden's collar is destroyed and the curse is broken, Blaze tears through the cage holding him and a mob of Warrior Gargoyles to get his claws in the Warden.
The Warden: Uh oh...
- AU Devil May Cry fic "Like Father, Like Son" has Dante exhibiting his demonically-protective side when he finds his son Nero injured courtesy of a police officer with temper problems, and when Nero is later threatened by members of the mafia. The second time Nero gets threatened by the son of a mafia head, a partial Devil Trigger sends the man leaving with tail between legs. And when Dante finds the demon Baul, who had all but put Nero near Death's door... Cue Unstoppable Rage and Roaring Rampage of Revenge with a dash of There Is No Kill Like Overkill.
- In Harry's New Home, Snape will go to any lengths to protect his ward Harry, even if it included breaking rules or facing the Dark Lord and Dumbledore (if necessary) to do it.
- In Supernatural's Crossing the Line, John Winchester kills a human being for the first time because it was heavily implied said person had molested/sexually assaulted a ten-year-old Sam.
- In the Ultimate Re Imaginings, Clint is this towards Joey as he once nearly killed the boy's actual father for putting him in the hospital and breaking his arm when Joey had been twelve.
- Both Mr. Squall, Mr. Parr, and Chomper the Tyrannosaurus rex in Rise of the Galeforces. Subverted and later inverted for Chomper's case, though, when his protectiveness of his fellow rexes costs him his eye - but also makes his own children angry enough to horribly slaughter the Big Bad.
- In Pony POV Series, Havoc, Anthropomorphic Personification of Mass Hysteria, is an odd case. He's an Abusive Parent, and he'll mock his children if they get beaten up by people defending themselves from them. However, any who harm them unprovoked will know his wrath.
- In Lord of the Rings fanfics such as An Eye For An Eye or The Roots of Evil, it is a sure way to trigger Legolas's Berserk Button is by hurting Aragorn in any way, shape or form. It is the same with his older adopted brothers Elladan and Elrohir, who must have gotten it from their father Elrond. All four elves have no hesitation to resort to killing anyone who dared lay a hand on Aragorn. And those times when they found that Aragorn was tortured and near death ... well, to say it did not go well with those people is putting it lightly.
- Kakashis Kid, from Naruto, portrays Kakashi as this.
- Orochimaru is one in the Fanfic called A Father's Wrath. In this story he is Naruto's father instead of Minato.
- Kakashi in a A Growing Affection becomes an adoptive Action Dad.
- Former D.I. Michael Lestrade in Children of Time (his son-in-law, Sherlock Holmes, is also slated to qualify).
- Takashi Satake in A Month of Sundays, who responds to fighting a large porcelain doll in a Circus OF Fear is to punch it in the face.
- Child of the Storm has Thor, God of Thunder and Lightning (not Reason and Understanding), is the father of the titular child, Harry and a fairly epic Papa Wolf. Raise a hand to Harry, even threaten him, and you will face the full wrath of the Thunderer, usually delivered via a supersonic Mjolnir and a record breaking bolt of lightning or several thousand.
- In the Arrow series Legacy, Oliver is in his fifties, and he has two children with Felicity. He still kicks ass and takes names when the occasion calls for it.