Fanfic Recs / Wander over Yonder

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Stories focused on the family and the friendly relationships of the cast. Plot-focused stories or light day-in-the-life stories. Pretty much anything that isn't focused on romance.

The Hat-less by Modmad
  • Recommended by Tropers/Bfoot
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: A quick look at The Hat, but from Wander's point of view.
  • Comments: This is a mini-fic in comic form, and apart from the playful art style that's perfect for the show, it gives a glimpse of Wander's experience waiting for Sylvia to get him out of trouble one too many times.

The Fever by Modmad (Parts 2 and 3 here and here)
  • Recommended by lalaTKG
  • Synopsis: It's Wander's Sick Episode this turn around, but he doesn't want to hamper down Sylvia with the job of taking care of him, especially since she's going to visit family. So he tricks her into thinking he'll make a speedy recovery and has her on her way. As Wander prepares to rest, a certain someone comes to conquer the planet he's on...
  • Comments: The comedic timing of the comic is great, and even the new characters added in like Sylvia's grandmother are entertaining. Overall, feels very right at home with the other episodes.

The Blaze by DanniB

  • Recommended by: Mark Lungo
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: Wander's Chronic Hero Syndrome compels him to enter a burning apartment building just because someone might be trapped inside. Can Sylvia stop him? Should she even try?
  • Comments: A well-written vignette that examines Wander and Sylvia's friendship while still finding time for plenty of action. It's a little more dramatic than the TV series, but not enough to qualify as a Dark Fic.