is a series of lighthearted Stylistic Suck
fan fiction by Great Pikmin Fan
written as an open parody.
The fan fics are:
- The Eds' EDventure (Ed, Edd n Eddy, 2009 unless a sequel chapter is made)
- Zombie Attack!note (Ed, Edd n Eddy, 2010)
- Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals (Hellsing, 2011—2012)
- Sweet Jade And Hella John (Homestuck, 2012—2013)
- Sheldin and Lenard Tock About Fysicks (First comic, second comic) (The Big Bang Theory, 2012)
- Kids Fit the Trolls (Homestuck, 2012, with upcoming sequels)
- Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals (Homestuck, 2012—)
- Gumball Vs Satan (The Amazing World of Gumball, 2013)
- SBIGlets (Collection of various short side-stories, Upcomingnote )
The series contains fan fiction of the following:
Works that have been the primary subject of the story:
Alongside the five works of media that the above fan fics are mainly based on, the fan fics in the series also includes crossovers withnote
Tropes exhibited by the series, or on fan fics not given their own page yet:
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General Series Tropes
- Anyone Can Die: Unless it's a Homestuck fan fic (that's not Sweet Jade and Hella John), ironically.
- Kill 'em All: Yet to be played straight, however EDventure has a surviving cast of two, and Sweet Jade and Hella John has only six major characters left alive not counting clones.
- Black and White Morality: Sweet Jade and Hella John is so far the only story to have a plot more complicated than "good guys get roped against a group of baddies," AKA SJAHJ is the only one with multi-sided conflicts.
- Censor Box: Most of the time the go-to way for dealing with nudity. Although only two of the fan fics are visual, both have used them directly and two more have mentioned them.
- Continuity Porn: While only two of them so far explicitely take place in the same universe, the series, starting from Sweet Jade and Hella John, often references past installments. Hecksing in particular gets referred to a lot.
- Cool Car: EDventure has two, both of which are on the roof and one having jets that let it fly to the moon. Zombie Attack! also gives Edd a car, namely a time-traveling car that he built himself. Hecksing ups this vehicle-of-main-character's-choise with a tank, and Sweet Jade and Hella John ups this even more with a flying ship. Kids Fit the Trolls has an odd combination of the first three examples, and the other two stories have yet to really feature any real "main" mode of unusual transportation.
- Crack Fic: Let's go through them in order:
- Three boys fight against six kids in their neighborhood over a television via using cars on the roof, torching down houses with what is heavily implied to be one of the three boy's Porn Stash, and later on needing to drive up to the moon in another car on the roof with rocket boosters to crash down on three more kids harassing the group.
- A boy goes back in time to stop a zombie virus, meets and teams up with an evil genius baby, then said baby gets killed in a nonsensical Time Paradox which causes him to explode upon seeing himself from the future (even though the boy himself had no issue about this at all). Replacing the baby is a girl from Hell, whom the boy eventually ends up dating when they team up to stop the same three kids from above story.
- A vampire transforms a cop girl and dies, later a completely unrelated-at-first Charlie Sheen expy goes on and slaughters vampire Nazis. Also, Sonic the Hedgehog briefly crosses over.
- Two Platonic Life Partners (who start dating at the end of the comic) spend over 1,000 pages playing a very fatal Mario game while Nazi-turned-Lawful Evil fighters battle with stars of animated FOX sitcoms. Then later one of their friends turns emo and evil.
- A man uses a particle accelerator to bring a nudist Homer Simpson to life, who plays Halo (on the Wii) with him and his roommate.
- Four kids try to get an oversized atom from a troll who easily breaks into the most high-tech house out of the four and steals it, going through several levels of character derailed aliens and eventually through time. However, during said time arc, one of the heroes has to STOP THE PROM! No not really.
- (Ex?) pot-smoker ruins an online game for three teenagers, who team up with five other friends and twelve aliens to try to bring him down. Along the way, they get caught up in several side quests, such as having to steal a game for a Gamer Girl, go on a Chain of Deals for a whistle, and as of the latest update gather members for a two-people-short jury because the ruler of all trolls told a pair in the group that they must mate, die, or serve in jury duty.
- A gang needs to get a random boy's leg bone to fix a ladder, while this is going on they break out into a war and soon the story seemingly decays into a Random Events Plot.
- Crossover: All of them so far use this, ranging from simple and sudden cameos (EDventure) to being actively integrated into the plot (Sweet Jade and Hella John). It also ranges from only one fandom (Again, EDventure) to several (...Again, Sweet Jade and Hella John, although many of the franchisees only exist in that verse because of something that brought them to life, otherwise they would just be series within the comic.)
- Disc One Final Boss: Unless we're dealing with the Kanker Sisters, the "final villain" is almost never who they seem to be.
- Door Stopper: Sweet Jade and Hella John is GPF's longest fan work thusfar, and Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals seems to be gearing towards an equal length.
- Early-Bird Cameo:
- John and Jade's appearance in chapter 9 of Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals was retroactively made this.
- Carrie appears in Sweet Jade and Hella John, hinting at Gumball Vs Satan. Author's notes and a minor subplot with Dave even imply that it's the same Carrie from said fan fic.
- Early-Installment Weirdness: Appart from most of the fics in general facing this within themselves, EDventure and Zombie Attack! were only a few paragraphs long. This is very unusual, given that everything following (except what's been posted of Sheldin and Lenard) so far has been much longer. Dialogue was also extremely rare.
- Mr. Fanservice: All examples below are parodies:
- Carl from Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals, to the extent that the author feels need to add that he does have a nice butt ("for thos that like men"). He is also not a "Bishie," unlike Luke and apparantly Alucard.
- Gamzee Makara seems to play this in Housestuck, calling the audience "sexy motherfickers" and supposedly being this when he's recapping. This is notably absent in the other two Homestuck works of the series.
- Ms. Fanservice: Again, all examples below are parodies:
- Rip in Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals. Originally Seras, but that was dropped since the end of the first chapter set and her "nice boos" have been forgotten.
- Rip's instance does not fit this in Sweet Jade and Hella John at all (it was stated, however, that as part of Quimby's rule she was forced into sexy outfits, yet on-screen the only two outfits she wears are her canon purple suit and her faux-God Tier costume), however the comic itself has the Curser Woman and Dottie Campbell.
- Several background characters of Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals have been described as being highly attractive — the inn-running nudist, the Carnival performers, a news reporter, and John's mom — however the only one that's part of the main cast is Porrim, who's introduction is arguably a Naked First Impression.
- Naked People Are Funny: Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals, Sweet Jade and Hella John, Sheldin and Lenard, and Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals all have nudity played for laughs, the latter arguably being the biggest contributer so far and the former being the only one in this list to lack an actual nudist. Female nudity is more often featured than male.
- No Fourth Wall.
- Obligatory Swearing: EDventure and Sheldin and Lenard are so far the only instalments without any real swearing. This trope is, of course, played for laughs.
- Parody Sue: Not as common as one might think. In fact, Girlfriend from EDventure and Carl from Hecksing might be the only straight examples thusfar, and the former was only added at the absolute end.
- Ron the Death Eater: In-universe, Homer Simpson (or any Simpsons characters) is almost never a good guy. Sheldin and Lenard is one exception.
- Sacrifical Lamb and Sacrificial Lion: Many characters, minor or seemingly major, are killed off easily and suddenly in an attempt for "drama." This even dates back to EDventure, where Ed and Edd serve those roles.
- Schedule Slip: In terms of update rates the fics — including those not out yet — can be placed in three gategories: Starts suddenly with no prior announcement and vanishes just as quickly (EDventure, Zombie Attack, Sweet Jade and Hella John. Possibly Kids Fit and Sheldin and Lenard); either have its beginning or future chapters announced, but repeatedly pushed back (Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals, Gumball Vs Satan, SBIGlets), or Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals.
- Stylistic Suck: As a little twist, the spelling and grammar usually improves in the case of multi-chaptered stories. Most Troll Fics do this the other way around as means of Serial Escalation, this series avoids that for realism.
- Troll Fic: Averted. They're all written to be rather light an innofensive, however Sweet Jade and Hella John has clear jabs against Homestuck canon later on (in the final AN this was explained because the author slowly lost interest in the original canon), and Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals is more explicit by the series's standards.
- Viewers Are Morons: Invoked (though to note Pikmin Fan's serious works tend to play this straight sometimes), the fan fics tend to have a generally lacking respect to the reader's intellegence. Sweet Jade and Hella John constantly asks if the readers remember something that occured at a prior point in the story, Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals acts as though the readers have no access to a Roman-to-number conversion, and in Housestuck there's a gag about the reader's head exploding at a "large number" of trolls (counting both sets of ancestors and the ones Jade didn't say by name (because their names haven't been revealed yet), the number mentioned total wasn't even half of them.)
- We're Still Relevant, Dammit: Averted, and in the case of at least SJAHJ, downright defied. The content of the stories is generally independent of whatever is going on at the time, as with what's being written. Sweet Jade and Hella John's defiance comes from how the author openly tries not to make updates related to whatever just happened in Homestuck at the time.
- What Could Have Been:
- The ill-fated "SBIGtermissions," a series of Homestuck stories set to be placed in the middle of other stories. Sweet Jade and Hella John itself started out as a spinoff made because the author was excited over the idea (it turned out somewhat differently, though) before he soon stopped liking the intermissions and canned them. They were apparantly supposed to be somewhat disgusting, and lean more towards being genuine Troll Fics.
- That's So Cliche, a parody of Total Drama fandom cliches blurring the line between SBIG and not-SBIG that has since been all-but abandoned.
The Eds' EDventure
- Accidental Murder: Eddy shoots Edd by accident.
- Adaptational Villainy: The kids and the Kankers. While many of them were jerks in canon, none would go as far as to kill people. Though the Kankers are the only ones who actually kill somebody (Ed), as Edd was shot by accident.
- Babies Ever After: Girlfriend and Eddy.
- Early-Installment Weirdness: The only fan fiction on ffn by GPF period to lack the typical bold and centered title, with the chapter number and name underneath. It also split sections through use of solid (For GPF's actual comments) and dashed (For fake-author's comments) lines, instead of using the standard linebreaks on the website.
- Palette Swap: Girlfriend is flat-out stated to look like Nazz only with green hair instead of blonde hair.
- Your Princess Is in Another Castle: After killing the kids, the Kankers come out of nowhere to provide new villains.
- Cliff Hanger: It turns out that the Kanker sisters have revived into Avatar bodies. It should be noted that in Pikmin Fan's profile, while EDventure has a planned sequel chapter, the status for ZA is writen as an ambiguous "[COMPLETED?]"
- Crossover Ship: Between Edd and Heloise.
- Demoted to Extra: Ed and Eddy, compared to the last story. Edd himself is an Ascended Extra (again, comparing stories here).
- Logic Bomb: Stewie blows up upon seeing his future self. Which is odd because the same does not happen to Edd when he's fighting his future (and later past) selves, even though there is a specific point where it mentioned that he does in fact see himself.
- One-Winged Angel: [[spoiler:The Kankers, reviving into Avatars.
- Stable Time Loop: Edd's time car traveling, inspired by What has tobe Riped of. Before Edd travels back in time, he hits himself from the future by accident, who then charges at him in his own car. They fight until Edd accidentally hits the right speed just before killing his future self and is transported back in time. After stopping the zombie virus and returning to his original timeline, Edd is then hit by his past self and temporarly loses memory of what happened, hopping into the copy of the time car and attacking his past self and almost getting killed by him. Yet this raises a question: The existance of the post-time travel Edd in the timeline where the zombies were attacking, and vise-a-versa after Edd "fixes" the problem raise the question on if Edd actually did stop the virus in the first place.
- Zombie Apocalypse: The main plot for the first half. Actually caused by SCP-008, presumably after an outbreak from it.
Sheldin and Lenard...
- Animation Bump: Compared to Sweet Jade and Hella John, it's obvious that Pikmin Fan put actual effort into making it look crappy this time.
- Funny Afro: Leonard is depicted with one.
- Naked People Are Funny: Homer Simpson.
- Something Completely Different: The first and so far only SBIG story without any real plot. Notable since Sweet Jade and Hella John was going to take that title before suggestion complications and a lack of pre-planning turned it into what it became now.
- Short Runner: Word of God says on his fanfiction.net profile that there may only be five comics. While the delay between the second and the still-not-out third comic is large, that would make it have a rather small run and possibly be the shortest SBIG instalment depending on how you count the comic's visuals.
- Take That: The second comic is like a Take That at certain video game parodies that go for obnoxiously obvious puns.
- Throw the Dog a Bone: To Homer Simpson, for actually portraying him as a decent person.
- Two Gamers on a Couch: ...Sort of?
- Widget Series: The off animation plus the comparative lack of plot makes this one stick out.
Kids Fit the Trolls
- Badass Decay: Invoked with pretty much everyone. Except Feferi, who acts more like Meenah if anything.
- Chekhov's Gun: Very quick example, but Aradia's conversation to Rose after killing Dave. Jade hacks into it, finding that it gives her exactly what she needs to know to excecute her plan to save everybody.
- Crack Pairing: Invoked. The faux-author apparantly ships Dave/Aradia. But this isn't really noticable outside of the mention, seeing how they interact. Ultimatley averted in the end, as all of the humans got together with their canon-patron trolls (except Jade).
- Demoted to Extra: Every troll except Feferi and maybe Vriska. Also, the post-scratch kids are reduced to a quick appearance in the time 1980s portion and Jane and Roxy are both absent.
- Deus ex Machina: Chapter 5 was a massive one. At one point, Jade outright has to get her own head punched off by Equius and her headless body throws it like a boomerang in order for it to reach Rose.
- Funny Afro: Jake has one, because it's (where he is present as a kid) the 80s.
- Jerkass: Aradia.
- Karma Houdini: Dave completely gets away with punching Jake even though he didn't need to, and Jake didn't deserve it.
- Mind Screw: The prom subplot. If Dirk's still marrying the person he didn't marry in the present, wouldn't that still cause a time paradox? What caused the time paradox in the first place? How did Doc Brown know about Dave's family? Did Dave punching Jake even change anything, and if so what? If Dirk and Roxy aren't Dave's biological parents like they are in canon, who is? For that matter, it's never revealed if the ectosiblings live together in this world or not (the notion of Jade's house at the beginning implies they don't), but if they don't then the prom subplot gets even more ridiculous.
- Mythology Gag: Jade's tank-delorian is based off of the second car in The Eds' EDventure, Edd's time car in Zombie Attack!, and Alucard's tank in Hecksing Ulumate Crconikals.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: Vriska can be invisible just by painting her face black... even though she did that in a white/colorful room. (Jade's room.)
- Ship Sinking: Parodied. In the very last line, Karkat and Jade do not get together because Karkat says the f word too much.
- Shout-Out: The groin being refered to as "kiwis" constantly.
- Sir Swears-a-Lot: Karkat, apparantly.
- Something Completely Different: Everything about this in comparason to the other SBIG fics. It's a lot more "vanilla" and willing to joke around with Homestuck fandom memes, and it includes God-Tiering, which none of GPF's other Homestuck fan fics do to any of the player characters (unless you count the Coolstuck group in Sweet Jade and Hella John). 496 Reasons... has more in common with Housestuck Hurrcain Crconikals than this does, to give an example.
- What Happened to the Mouse?
- Petey Piranha vanishes after chapter 3, a mere single chapter after his actual introduction. He gets a brief mention just when the kids are about to face against Feferi, but again nothing actually happens in this mention.
- To a lesser extent, the plot about Dave needing to "STOP THE PROM" is dropped as suddenly and inexplicably as it's brought up.
- Whole Plot Reference: Chapter 6's second half has is this to Back to the Future, where the kids meet Doc Brown and Brown suddenly tells them that Dave is in danger of not existing because his father is dating someone who isn't his mother. Dave, somehow, knows that he has to "STOP THE PROM!"
Gumball Vs Satan
- Ambiguously Evil: This is how Rocky is portrayed. He reacts to any questions about how he got weapons or knowledge of weapons with "Sh..."
- Call Back: Carrie warning Gumball about windows. Though if anything, Carrie's cameo in Sweet Jade and Hella John might be a retroactive callback to this.
- Cowboy Bebop at His Computer: Invoked. The boulder that chases Gumball and Misami is refered to as "Indiana Jones." And he (that's right, he) is treated as an actual living character, right down to talking when he falls into a pit.
- Crack Pairing: Invoked with Darwin and Penny. They somehow even got engaged in the first chapter, much to Gumball's dismay.
- Decoy Protagonist: Gumball may be the first true example of this since Alucard from Hecksing, dying off in the second chapter and showing that even as the titular character you're not safe.
- Excuse Plot: This entire thing starts out because some random group (that includes Satan for some reason) couldn't find a better way to repair a ladder.
- Evil Costume Switch: Carrie, dressing up as a Knight of Time from Homestuck shortly after her revival.
- Giant Space Flea from Nowhere:
- Those mysterious shiverburn figures from Super Mario Galaxy 2 show up randomly in the Forest of Death, but don't really do much of anything.
- Clint Eastwood (seemingly as the Man With no Name), appearing in the Desert of Western and holding the Fire Key. Gumball has to rap against him.
- The pirate that guards the ship in the Snowlands of Ice.
- Mythology Gag: Upon killing off Gumball, Carrie shouts "AINT I A DICK?" Dave in aformentioned comic shouted (well, typed) this line after John read the update of his comic where he killed off well-liked character Geromy. There is another connection between Carrie and Dave in that they both killed off heirs: Gumball was supposed to inheiret a fortune, and Geromy is the Heir of Breath in the webcomic within a webcomic.
- Naked on Revival: Subverted with Carrie, who is both said to be naked right after revival and later revealed to have still been as a ghost, because apparantly anything other than a hairclip is too expensive when it comes to ghost clothes. Downplayed, though, because nobody makes a big deal about it.
- Ron the Death Eater: Invoked with Tobias, who for no reason kidnaps Penny and serves as the first real main enemy Gumball faces.
- Sacrificial Lamb: Mr. Small.
- Satan: Goes by the name of Omarn.
- Ship Sinking: The end of the first chapter sinks Gumball/Penny after Penny reveals that she is engaged with Darwin they apparantly plan on wedding after a few years.
- Stuff Blowing Up: Carrie's Death Note explodes after Darwin shoots it.
- Video Game Settings: Chapter 2 involves exploring three of them:
- Warmup Boss: Tobias.
(Even though the collection is not out yet, enough was given from the ideas that a list can be compiled.)
- Punny Name: The "5" being used as leetspeak for an "S," in addition to the general name being the Four Sword, just up to... five.
- Self-Duplication: Link will apparantly undergo this, splitting into five selves.
- Big Bad: It's not even out yet and it's already implied that the main villain will be Uboa, at least it mentions a "monochrome phantom."
- Journey to the Center of the Mind: Inception-esque mechanics will play a pivotal role in the plot.