Ascended Fanon: Ask Axe Cop is all about taking any suggestion-veiled-as-a-question from fans and running wild with it.
Big Name Fan: After receiving numerous Twitter messages about it, Simon Pegg read Axe Cop and liked what he saw. He went on to recommend it himself on his own Twitter, as did some cast members from MST3K.
The Ben 10 crew are fans too, and sent Malachai a signed Ben 10 poster as a birthday gift (he's a fan). Very awesome.
What Could Have Been: Subverted (in Real Life), as seen here. "Well I just spent a month with Malachai writing "Axe Cop VS. Al Qaeda" for nothing!" [Lots of people suggest they go ahead with it anyway, in spite of Osama bin Laden's just having been killed.] "Okay, I was kidding."
Annotations on comics, appendices in the book collections, and discussions on the "Chop!" podcasts reveal planned ideas that didn't make it into the finished comics. Some of these ideas are Refitted for later comics or even the TV show, since Ethan worked with the writing team, and Malachai was consulted on the occasional teleconference with them. (Zombie Island would have been just a regular island until Malachai said that it should be in space, and so the animators had to partially redo the episode.)
For instance, Bad Guy Earth was going to include a character called the Scare King until Ethan decided it was too derivative of a Burger King game. Yet come the TV episode "An American Story", the King of England was actually styled after the Burger King!
Word of Saint Paul: The entire comic can be considered this, as the artwork is Ethan's interpretation of Malachai's universe. Ethan has mentioned in interviews how often he learns afterward what he draws fails to match what the young Malachai envisioned due to either being too vague or having difficulty expressing his ideas.