Kristoph Gavin: Ace Attorney is a fanfic/webcomic (more commonly known in its circle as a "Sprite Comic" based on the Ace Attorney series, and its hero, Kristoph Gavin, a defense attorney who was never actually shown doing his actual job. Which is exactly what he does here, actually. The series itself is set up to be a rather large piece of Continuity Porn, although this hasn't cost it so far.It can be found here.
Alternative Character Interpretation: Kristoph's inner commentary makes him out to be much more heroic and all-around "good" than his canon counterpart is made out to be in-game. He even expresses regret of his past (murderous) actions even though this story takes place before (canonically) he is jailed for committing yet another murder.
According to Word of God, "I never intended to make Kristoph good. No more so than, say, L from Death Note, and according to Death Note's Word of God, "only Soichiro is good". I only intended to have his actions in Apollo Justice make a little more sense, and I used a Berserk Button to try and make it work. Also, future events will change one mentioned fault, although I won't go into detail yet".
Also, Original Character Lloyd Blackburn was apparently interpreted by fans far differently to how the author intended.
Spell My Name with an S: How the hell do you pronounce Kohal Leicht anyway? For that matter, what the hell does "Kohal Leicht" mean?
Actually, Wordof God has stated that "Kohal"note pronounced Koh-hahl was simply an edited version of "Kohl",which is "Cabbage" in german."Leicht"note pronounced Likht means "Easy", in the same language. Oddly enough, no one has made fun of his name yet.
Especially since Kristoph himself is German, and should spot the wordplay easily.
It would appear that, since reading this, the writer has ascended this and had Kristoph do this in a recent comic.
The Verse: Oyashiro-Tan, who originally designed Kohal, has now made a fanfic featuring him. Presumably, it's the same fictional universe, although it is unknown whether the two of them have a continuity sorted out.