Las Paridas de la Guarida or Madness in the Lair is a Spanish webcomic created by Carlos Benedito a.k.a. Chuck Draug. It stars the inhabitants of a large flat, La Guarida (The Lair), in an awkward Spanish building in Calle Desengaño nº 30, mainly comprised of characters created by the author (and the author himself and one of his alter-egos). Also starring people Mike the Baliflid, an alien rodent from the Ascendancy game, and many other people, some as famous as Shao Kahn, ex Sailor Jupiter Makoto Kino, Samus Aran and, believe it or not, Deadpool. And this will show you that not everything is better with Deadpool in it.The comic is known for its obscure references to role playing games, comics and not-so-well-known fighting games, cameos - most of the time totally unneeded - and its extremely large cast of characters. It also has touched some topics like fanboy-ism and paraphilias... and how not to make a Cerebus Syndrome.You can read it in Spanish here and in English here (although the author needs to translate more pages to English).
Cerebus Syndrome: Which happens to be the name of the webcomic's final saga as well.
How did it happen? Simply: we got a Knight of Cerebus... who is Shao Kahn, after recovering his powers. He's back to Outworld and you better be afraid, because it's post-Armageddon Kahn! Looks like Raiden won't be able to Retcon this.
Kahn seems to have lost his powers in MK's Armageddon and been thrown in our world. Still, he later recovers his powers and is on a quest to first conquer new worlds and then destroy the Multiverse because he is bored. No kidding.
There are mentions to Lobo's past experience as an archbishop. His stay in Hell is mentioned as well, though it actually differs a lot from the DC continuity, as well as getting the Red Lantern ring he just uses as a pendant.
Crossover: The very nature of this webcomic is being one big illustrated badfic. Besides, how else would we have Marvel, DC Comics, Capcom, Nintendo and others' universes together like they've always been the same one?
The novelized story "Felaryan Madness" is a crossover with... well, Felarya. Also starring Kyria, the cute and mute man-eating fairy.
When you thought Fernandeath had enough power by growing 100-foot tall, BOOM!, he grows even bigger and nastier.
Transformation Sequence: Parodied by Makoto when she turns into Sailor Jupiter during the usual neighborhood fight. Her - forced - transformation made everyone look at her and stop paying attention to each other... and the Hulk-esque Jean-Claude went back to normal because he was no longer angry. Just because he was enjoying the transformation.
And thanks to this, he's now Makoto's more than pleased pet.