Fanfic: Ryanasaurus0077s Pretty Cure Fanseries
These are the Curefics of Ryanasaurus0077
- Pretty Cure Heavy Metal, with a rock music theme, set in the same continuity as (and a semi-sequel to) PCPP
- Pretty Cure Hollywood Stars, a spinoff set in Hollywood featuring a new team of Cures, one of whom makes an Early-Bird Cameo in an episode of PCHM
- Pretty Cure Dimensional Evolution, a completely 3D answer to a similar series
- Pretty Cure Strange Happenings, featuring a character inspired by the magazine WAaI! boys in skirts
- Pretty Cure Agents Of Romero, featuring a group of Cures that fight a Zombie Apocalypse
- Pretty Cure Contemporary Mouseworks, featuring four dance students, a friend of one of them, and a male leader as well as a Disney-inspired thematic and EVIL
- Pretty Cure Transient School, with a trap school and a trap thematic
- Pretty Cure Android Wars, a not-so-subtle Take That at the patent wars going on surrounding Android OS as of late
- Pretty Cure Old School Videos, with an early home video companies thematic and three groups of Cures fighting a Big Bad with two sisters as her minion
- Pretty Cure Classics, with a classic movie thematic and a drama club full of Cures
- Pretty Cure Engine Crank, with an automotive thematic
- Club Pretty Cure, his first Script Fic
- Spaghetti Pretty Cure, with a Spaghetti Western thematic
- Science Fiction Pretty Cure, his first predominantly Science Fiction Curefic, though several of his other fics, including PCHM, PCHS, PCSH, PCAOR, PCAW, PCEC, and PCCA, have sci-fi undertones as well
- Cyber Pretty Cure, with a video game thematic
- Dark Age Of Pretty Cure, his blackest Curefic up to that point, with a thematic obviously inspired by The Dark Age of Comic Books
- Skater Pretty Cure 5, his attempt at a skating-themed Curefic
- Knox Nineties Pretty Cure, set in Knoxville, TN, in the year an important Magical Girl anime debuted
- Futari Wa Pretty Cure Dragon, a '70s martial arts movie-style Curefic as well as his first "Futari wa"-style Curefic
- Dark Legends Of Pretty Cure, which is inspired in part by Puella Magi Madoka Magica and is even darker than DAOPC
- Beautiful Dreamer Pretty Cure, with a dream thematic and a firm footing in the Science Fiction genre
- Delicatessen Pretty Cure, a food-themed Science Fiction Curefic
- Futari Wa Pretty Cure Chiaroscuro, another "Futari wa"-style Curefic that's also Science Fiction with a "light and dark" thematic
- Technicolor Pretty Cure, a color-themed Curefic
- Pretty Cure Videodisc, with a LaserMedia thematic
- Pretty Cure Four Seasons, his own attempt at a "four seasons"-themed Curefic
- Futari Wa Pretty Cure Dimensions, another Curefic with a 3D Movie thematic and his first such "Futari wa"-style Curefic, this time themed around "stereoscopic anaglyphs"
- Dark Eighties Of Pretty Cure, the last of his Darkfic Trilogy, this time centering around a Zombie Apocalypse that may look familiar and a group of young adults who are chosen to stop the living dead
- Sports Pretty Cure, with a sports thematic
- Pretty Cure Gymnastics Action, with a gymnastics thematic
- Worldwide Pretty Cure, with a world history thematic
- Pretty Cure OS, with a computer thematic
- Prima Pretty Cure, with a dance thematic
- Painterly Pretty Cure, with an art thematic
- Pretty Cure Wonderful Reading, with a literature thematic
- Rhythmic Pretty Cure, with a rhythmic gymnastics thematic
- Pretty Cure Three Elements, with an elements thematic
- Aquatic Pretty Cure, with a water thematic
- Pretty Cure European Style, with a Europe thematic
- Pretty Cure Costume Party, with a costume thematic
- Time Pretty Cure, with a time thematic
- Pretty Cure Animation Generations, with an animation style thematic
- Widescreen Pretty Cure, with a widescreen thematic
- Pretty Cure Gone Batty, with a bat thematic
- Pretty Cure Special Effects Show, with a special effects thematic
- Solo Pretty Cure 2051, with a single Cure and a rival engaging in a Gotta Catch 'Em All-style hunt for storybook villains
- Pretty Cure Time Warriors, with a time travel thematic
- Pretty Cure Musical Magic, with a music thematic
- Scientific Pretty Cure, another futuristic science fiction Curefic
- Public Broadcasting Pretty Cure, with a public TV thematic
- Pretty Cure Magical Cards, with the magical warriors as idols
- Pretty Cure Dance Academy, set at a dance academy that also teaches magic
- Futari Wa Pretty Cure Times Two, his first "Futari wa"-style Curefic to have two such teams
- Mineral Pretty Cure, with a mineral thematic
- Pretty Cure 2028, a dystopian Science Fiction/action/spy series set in an Alternate Reality where World War III starts over a murder
- Brave Pretty Cure, a clear-cut attempt to Follow the Leader with Happiness Charge (and FTW the title is Italian)
Per his own admission, many of them are In The Style Of
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The following are stock elements of his Curefics:
- There will usually be a tomboy within the Cure team; if not a Cure herself, she'll almost always be a direct ally, a la the Companions.
- There will usually be a crossdresser, often on both sides of the gender line; the male crossdresser will sometimes be interested in ballet and will often be a Cure himself, and the female crossdresser is almost always a Cure. Sometimes, there'll be more than one crossdresser on one (or, less often, both) side(s) of the gender line.
- Expect popular music to turn up at least once.
- There will be swearing. In the more family-friendly Curefics, don't expect things to get any stronger than the occasional "bastard" or "shit", but otherwise, expect the F word to be tossed around frequently. (He usually shies away from the C word, though, and for good reason.)
- Attention to detail is given to certain objects, particularly if they're related to cinema.
- Whenever an exercise video is shown, it's always the original Jane Fonda's Workout. No exceptions. The footage may come from either of the two workout segments presented on the tape.
- More often than not, a villain makes a Heel-Face Turn somewhere in the story, usually at or close to the halfway point.
- He really enjoys his Stock British Phrases, and he'll often employ them to remind readers that a certain character speaks with a British accent.
- He seems to like the word "limey" too much; incidentally, he's one quarter limey himself, on his maternal grandmother's side (specifically, he has the Stratford blood flowing in his veins).
- As of late, the phrase "verboten, nicht, no queremos" seems set to be featured in at least a few future Curefics.
- Tropes often get subverted, averted, inverted, defied, or otherwise played with to hell and back in his works.
- And last, but far from least, because he's an unrepentant Batgeek...
In-story references to Batman
- Sometimes, a character will say, "I'm Batman." Reasons will vary, but if it seems random, It Always Makes Sense In Context.
- Dark Legends Of Pretty Cure, of course, is inspired in part by The Dark Knight Saga.
- In the first Futari Wa Pretty Cure Dimensions OVA, when Ken is sidelined by an injury and is unable to report to his aunt's talent agency at one point, the snob in the pink tracksuit remarks, "[He's] probably at home, washing his tights."
- The quote gets a straighter reference in an episode of the series proper, courtesy of Binarius. "And where... are Cure Red and Cure Cyan? They're at home! Washing their tights!"
- A greedy villain in Pretty Cure Wonderful Reading blurts out "Hubba-hubba-hubba! Money, money, money!" in one episode.
- When a villain in Widescreen Pretty Cure tries to intimidate his girlfriend, Hikaru punches him away and says, "Never rub another guy's rhubarb!"
- One song by the Lovely and Wild Angels includes the lyric "Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?"
- A villain in Pretty Cure Four Seasons is modeled after the Nolanverse incarnation of The Joker and even has his seiyuu.
- In Futari Wa Pretty Cure Dragon, when unleashing bats on a villain, Ai Fukuda sings "Jingle Bells, Batman Smells". In an earlier episode, a confrontation between another villain and the episode's guest star references the Joker's confrontation against Red Skull, even mirroring his immortal declaration, "I may be a criminal lunatic, but I'm an American criminal lunatic!"
- One episode of Rhythmic Pretty Cure centers on a group of Batman roleplayers on the general education side. When the Cures (all from the rhythmic gymnastics side) learn that one of the roleplayers has selected the role of Harvey Dent, Tsumugi remarks, "Harvey Dent, can he be trusted?" In the same episode, Tsumugi does some undercover work wearing a black unitard and goggles resembling cat ears, a la Selina Kyle.
- Fraulein Blitz from Pretty Cure Three Elements notes in one episode that she'd rather hire the Joker than Red Skull–another reference to the Joker's confrontation against Red Skull over their differing ideologies.
- A recurring adversary in Pretty Cure Time Warriors is based loosely on The Riddler, complete with his Catchphrase being "Riddle Me This" or some variation thereof (including at least one riddle that starts with "Riddle me this, riddle me that...").
- The "Goddamn Batman" line is quoted in part by Susana in one episode of Club Pretty Cure: "What, are you dense? Are you spastic or something? Who the hell do you think I am?"