The Misfits Series by Red Witch is a series of fanfiction crossovers between X-Men: Evolution and the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero. The titular Misfits are a team of young mutants raised and trained by the G.I. Joes, and include the former members of the Brotherhood, starting with Todd Tolansky, codenamed Toad. The Misfits have a strong rivalry with the X-Men, though both are forced together to deal with common enemies such as COBRA or Magneto.
The Series composes of a set of main stories and several shorts written by Red Witch, including:
1. Ronin Toad
2. Parallel Lives
3. The Misfit Chronicles
4. Consider Yourself One of Us
5. Blast From the Past
6. The Trouble with Teleportation
7. My Big Fat Mutant Birthday Wedding
8. Just Another Week in the Lives of Mutants
9. All's Fair in Love and War
10. My Dinner with Nightcrawler
11. Another Week of Random Madness.
12. Tremors of the Past
13. The Misfit Island Adventure
14. Electric Dreams
15. The New Guy
16. I Hate New People
17. A Tale of Two Angels
18. No Mutant is an Island
19. Mutants on Film
20. It's Good to Be The Rogue
21. This Soap Opera Called Life
22. Welcome to the Dark Side
23. Double Identity
24. Evolution XMJ
25. Interdimensional Dementia
26. Days of Our Mutant Lives
27. Holding Down the Fort
28. The Final Chapter
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The Misfit Series contains examples of:
- Adaptational Expansion: Althea, in the G.I. Joe cartoon was a synthazoid baby used by Cobra to trick Shipwreck. Here, she is now Shipwreck's actual daughter with Mara, as well as a water-controlling mutant and a student of Storm Shadow and Toad's girlfriend.
- Adaptational Heroism: Oddly enough, one of the few supporters the mutant cause has is J. Jonah Jameson.
- Adaptational Villainy: In canon, Magneto, while a terrorist, still cares for his fellow mutants. Here, Ronin Toad opens with him punishing Todd severely. He later experiments on Avalanche, leading to the teen's power becoming unstable and developing a split personality in the form of an annoying coyote with Quicksilver's voice.
- Canon Welding: Red Witch will often use elements from properties of both Marvel Comics and G.I. Joe.
- Mad Scientist: Trinity (Daria, Quinn, and Britanny Delgado) are Althea's younger sisters and the brains of the Misfits, developing various inventions and creations. They are also insane and will pull humiliating pranks on their enemies (or those on the X-Men that they don't like).
- Main/Ninja: Althea, Toad, and Xi of the Misfits.
- Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: The titular group, initially composed of five delinquent mutants, a hydro-kinetic ninja, a trio of mad scientists, and a former experiment of Cobra.
- Related in the Adaptation: Rogue is revealed to be Magneto and Mystique's biological daughter.