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Fanfic on crack. The easiest type of fanfic to write, and yet one of the hardest to write well. Crack Fics are not merely humorous; in fact, in many cases, it doesn't have to be humorous. While it's similar to Alternate Universe Fic in that they both change some fundamental aspect of the source material, the "something's different about this" idea is taken to the extreme. In its broadest sense, a Crack Fic is any story whose premise and events would be completely implausible in Canon. These frequently include bizarre settings and explorations of improbable relationships between characters — not merely unlikely in canon, as in Foe Yay Shipping, but totally irrational and turned up a notch beyond that, as in Crack Pairing.

A Crack Fic is often considered the result of a challenge, either from someone besides the author or from the author themselves; "this idea is completely unworkable, but I bet I can make it work." The name stems from the notion that the author must have been ingesting some illegal substance just to think up the idea, let alone write it.

Our very own Pitch Generator is basically one giant Crack Fic crossover… generator.

Compare Crack Pairing, Weird Crossover, Bizarro Fiction, The Abridged Series. Often overlaps with Audience-Alienating Premise, Rule 34 and Troll Fic.

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"Official" Examples:


    Anime & Manga 
  • Hetalia: Axis Powers: History on crack.
  • In the bonus episode of Darker than Black, one of Misaki's co-workers got it in her head to write Hei into her Crack Fic. Given Yin's recitation, it involved improper relations with an elephant.
  • Cross Epoch, the tongue-in-cheek One Piece/Dragon Ball crossover.
  • Sailor and the Seven Ballz/ 2: Return of the Ballz/ Star Ballz: Sailor Moon, Dragon Ball Z (and, in the third film, Star Wars: A New Hope, in which Darth Vader inexplicably wears a Mickey Mouse baseball cap over his helmetnote ) and as much cameos as they feel they can, er, stuff in, hard-boiled in Cialis. Has the dubious honour of being sued and winning because it's technically a parody, as well as being a 4Chan shitpost in anime form. It was actually sold on a site called "Amuzon."

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    Comic Books 

    Films — Animation 

    Films — Live-Action 

  • Mark Twain wrote three sequels to Tom Sawyer, not only the classic Huckleberry Finn, but the far less-regarded "Tom Sawyer Abroad" and "Tom Sawyer Detective". "Tom Sawyer Abroad" sees Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn and Jim trapped aboard an inventor's hot air balloon. The inventor falls overboard while crossing the Atlantic, and soon enough Tom and Huck are traveling over the Sahara desert on their way to Cairo.
  • The Rocky Horror Discworld Show. Yes, it's official, made with the permission of Richard O'Brien and the enthusiastic encouragement of Terry Pratchett, with the only performance at the 2010 Discworld Convention. Carrot and Angua are Brad and Janet, Lord Vetinari is Frank-N-Furter, and Igor and Igorina are… well, you guess.
  • Speaking of Terry Pratchett, Good Omens is arguably a Crack Fic of The Bible (specifically, the Book of Revelation).
  • As he relates in a preface to the reprinted version, Robert Ludlum intended for The Road to Gandolfo to be a serious novel with its plot of a retired general kidnapping the Pope and demanding a ransom of one dollar for every Catholic in the world. But as he worked on it, Ludlum found himself laughing as he realized how ridiculous the whole thing was, so he decided to embrace it and made the book an out-and-out comedy that was a parody of his own works.
  • Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, as well as its prequel, sequel, and its spiritual successor Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters. The originals were serious Victorian-era romances (albeit with plenty of subtle humour); these blend that with casually hunting down the undead.
  • The Codex Alera series was made on a bet that Jim Butcher couldn't write a good story about a Lost Roman Legion fighting the Zerg with Pokémon. He succeeded.
    • Don't forget the addition of noble warrior werewolves, rhinocerous-riding psychic ninjas, and the send-ups to/blatant parody rip-offs of George RR Martin's Westeros, which take the story off of crack just long enough to take a hit of the brown acid and follow it up with a few cool pints of heroin. And makes it all the more impressive that the story works incredibly well.
  • Tyra Banks' fantasy trilogy Modelland could qualify. Set in a world where the fashion industry is Serious Business and supermodels themselves are Physical Gods, all of society is structured on the chance for young girls to gather SMIZEs in order to be admitted to the eponymous Modelland, an academy teaching them how to become supermodels. One cannot exactly talk of superpowered supermodels with a straight face.
  • Neil Gaiman has written his share of these, including one of The Chronicles of Narnia and A Study in Emerald, a crossover between the Sherlock Holmes stories and the Cthulhu Mythos.
  • Spike Milligan did a whole series of these based on great works of literature, under the general heading of According to Spike Milligan.
  • Politically Correct Bedtime Stories are Fairy Tales given the Political Overcorrectness treatment.
  • Nyaruko: Crawling with Love! is the Cthulhu Mythos on multiple mind-altering substances.

    Live-Action TV 
  • One episode of Newsradio has the cast in period costume as passengers on the Titanic without explanation.
    • Another featured the cast waking up centuries later from a cryogenic sleep.
  • "Can't Smeg Won't Smeg" was the first feature of Red Dwarf Night, the Red Dwarf Tenth Anniversary Celebration. It's basically Red Dwarf as a cooking show, based on a real English cooking show. One full of the unintentional hilarity that comes of asking these characters to cook.


    Tabletop Games 
  • Twilight Sparkle's Secret Shipfic Folder has cards whose Tenuously Connected Flavor Text is almost universally from Twilight's supposed folder of fics. As they're tenuously connected, some of the quotes are a little… odd.
    Spike stood at the door, slack-jawed for a few moments. The... thing... at the door gurgled pleasantly and tilted its head expectantly. He turned. "Um, Twilight? I'm hoping the door is for you..." —What About Crackle?
  • The TCG-exclusive Kozmo archetype of Yu-Gi-Oh! cards takes characters from The Wizard of Oz, makes them psychic cyborgs and places them in a setting resembling that of Star Wars. For example, Kozmo Farmgirl is a cross between Luke Skywalker and Dorothy Gale, while Kozmo Wickedwitch combines the Wicked Witch of the West and Darth Maul.

    Video Games 

  • Jack's third episode of Totally Non Canon Theater, Frigid McThunderbones. There are no words to describe it except "cracky". Well, and probably also "offensive" (at least one point to any given reader).
  • In The Inexplicable Adventures of Bob!, Molly likes to write fanfics along the lines of The Brothers Karamazov meets Harold and the Purple Crayon. Harold uses his purple crayon to draw a door on Dmitri's Siberian prison cell wall, then they and Grushenka go trekking across the Siberian wilderness. And the Moon goes with them.
  • In-universe: Late into Homestuck, the Big Bad creates his own retelling/version of the story titled Homosuck, a Stylistic Suck comic where everyone looks like Problem Sleuth (the previous entry in MS Paint Adventures), which first starts off parodying some complaints about the first act before killing off John, then moving on to a story of Dave having all of the female humans in love with him. At one point, Dave even fights off enemies (which are taken directly from a book) using a sword made out of images that his species deems as "pornography".

    Web Original 
  • While the SCP Foundation mainly focuses on horror, it has a ton of stories that can best be described as crackfics.
    • Crackfic is even in the title of this story.
    • The lolFoundation canon manages to be crackfic and horror at the same time. It takes place in a setting where the Author Avatars got themselves effectively turned into Mad Gods, warping the Foundation into a twisted parody of itself while civilization is devastated by the consequences of their antics which they are unable to precieve.
    • Basically everything in Cool War 2: Ruiz From Your Grave. It originally was a fake hub page for a sequel to the Cool War that was posted as an April Fool's joke, but then people actually started writing stories using the fake chapter titles.
    • The Cack hub is a place for collecting crack fic stories too silly for lolFoundation.
    • I can't even begin to explain what is going on in this story. Something about cowboys, a man made out of fish, bombs that make you have flashbacks, and guns that shoot muzak.
    • Several Joke SCPs fall under this. Probably the best example is this one which was written using a predictive text app. It even inspired its own crackfic titled A Surprise Encounter With Crispy Sex Pirates.
    • The Shark Punching Center pretty muck exists for people to write crackfiction about it.

    Western Animation 
  • Duck Dodgers provides several examples:
    • The episode where Duck Dodgers joined the Green Lantern Corps. Yes, they used the actual DC characters. He went to Oa and fought Sinestro and everything.
    • On that basis, the episode where he ate poorly made Fugu, hallucinated he was Samurai Quack and fought Aku/Happy Cat, who was actually his father.
    • There is also episode where Dave Mustaine from Megadeth saves the day. Keep in mind that his early albums are certainly not for young children.
  • Both Space Ghost Coast to Coast and Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law are entirely premised as a Crack Fic.
  • Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel has Phineas and Ferb with characters from the Marvel Universe.
  • The Critic had a Show Within a Show version, where Jay reviews the new Clint Eastwood movie, Beverly Hills Robo Canine Cop and a Half 2. In the clip shown, Eastwood (as his Dirty Harry character) gets a new partner who promptly explodes. He then gets five more, a lady cop, a cute little kid, an ugly old dog, a dinosaur, and a leprechaun (the last of which explodes). In the next clip, the unlikely group meets another cop with a worse group: a pig, an alien, a pair of Siamese twins, a sofa, and a second-rate mime. (Who explodes.) Like most of the films Jay reviews, this one looks pretty bad.

  • There's a certain word game where one person starts a story with the first sentence, and each person in the group adds on another sentence. With certain groups of people competing to make the story even weirder than it was before, this can get pretty surreal. Also goes for certain improv games. The more formalized version is called "Consequences," and asks a different person to fill in one of the following, in order, then fold the paper so his entry is unreadable and pass to the next person. The items are 1. Man's Name 2. Woman's Name 3. Place 4. Reason they were there 5. What he said 6. How she replied 7. What happened. Cue hilarity.
  • Spejbl and Hurvinek...vs. Dracula. (Probably sounds more cracked than it actually is.)

Fan Work Examples:

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    Inter-Media Crossovers 

    Anime & Manga 

    Films — Animation 
  • In this fanfic, the cast of The Land Before Time encounter Soviet naval spetsnaz. Surprisingly, it occasionally verges on W.A.F.F..
  • Black and White. "You didn't know that Pongo was a were-hound, did you? Did you?!"
  • Delivered From Frollo has Frollo bearing Chernabog's demon spawn after falling into Hell through the fiery pit.
  • Mad Hotness Dog features Elsa of Frozen having sex with Napoleon I of France, before their lovemaking is rudely interrupted by Otto Von Bismarck, King Jadwiga of Poland, and King Louis XIV of France.
  • Several fan videos of The Incredibles made with toys.
    • In this one, the family gets a strange disease which leads to all of them coughing and sneezing, Mr. Incredible and Dash losing their powers, Elastigirl not being able to control hers, Violet forgetting how to make force fields or turn visible after turning invisible, all of them except Violet being sleepy, and Jack-Jack being stuck as a demon. It's also a crossover with Tangled, Doc McStuffins, and Zootopia and features a villain who's inexplicably gained powers named Romeo.
    • In this one, Edna Mode eats too many gummy lollies, which results in her accidentally eating toys and getting a disease called "Jelly Belly" which means her stomach turns into a giant jello and needs to be dug around in for her to go back to normal. Also, Dash is nowhere to be seen.
    • In this one, Violet and Dash eat too much candy, which makes candy start growing on them and it turns Dash into a giant gummy bear.
    • In these ones, Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl break all their bones... although they can still talk and considering their powers (superhuman strength and superhuman flexibility respectively), it's pretty unlikely.
    • In this one, Elastigirl eats a giant gummy bear, a narwhal, a fish, and a person alive and someone has to rescue them out of her belly.
  • The Bolt Chronicles: Subverted in "The Concerto." Several highly implausible things occur in this story, such as Rhino emerging from a closet performing on a trap set during Penny's home music-making session, as well as Mittens playing the piano kitten-on-the-keys style. However, this is all canonically consistent with what is seen during the end credits to the film.

    Films — Live-Action 
  • There's a Titanic/Star Wars crossover on FanFiction.Net. Oddly enough, it actually works.
  • This "how it should have ended" clip combines Terminator and Back to the Future. It totally works.
  • While it seems to have gone missing, three lines will convey it perfectly:
    Vader: NO disintegrations!
    Boba Fett: As you wish.
    Vader: Westley!
  • "The Wizard of Oz 3: Dorothy Goes To Hell," an animated Fan Sequel to The Wizard of Oz and Return to Oz made by James Rolfe, in which Dorothy, accompanied by a talking feces-encrusted pickle, travels to Oz on a sandcrawler to take the Red Brick Road to Hell and stop Satan and his brother Lucifer before they can blow up the world with an evil cyborg version of Jesus. Yes, really.
  • Someone made a trailer crossing The Hunger Games with The Hangover.
  • Star Wars: Light in Dark Time is a massive crossover fic, detailing Luke's adventures through multiple other film series, aided by the Doctor, Marty McFly and Doc Brown, and his friends. Filled with alternate timelines, fictional universes, cameos, and an insane Shrek. In the first two chapters alone, one character dies three times.
  • Force & Force Ability is basically Star Wars In the Style of Jane Austen.
  • Alternity is an X-Men: Days of Future Past fic where all the ladies get thrown back into 1973 along with Logan, and toss a giant monkey-wrench into the plot. Highlights include the group attempting to kidnap Trask only to have another group grab him right out from under their noses, crouton-and-spider warfare, and a lethal drink called Vlad the Inebriator. It actually segues into a horror story halfway through, but retains plenty of crack.
  • A deleted scene from In the Loop provided the impetus for one of the most amusing fics in the fandom for In the Loop and The Thick of It, where Jamie opens a cinema devoted to the two greatest things in cinema: blood and tits.
  • Marvel Cinematic Universe
    • The premise of Stiofán Dubh is as follows- Steve Rogers, AKA Captain America, gets beheaded while on an Avengers mission in plain sight of his teammates, but due to a deal his mother cut with the Irish pagan deity Crom Dubh when she got tired of him almost dying all the time, Steve does not die, and is reborn immediately as a dullahan. What makes it a total crackfest is the focus on all of the inconvenient practicalities of living without a head, the Lemony Narrator's disgusting, irreverent descriptions of the state of Cap's "injuries" that manage to Cross the Line Twice and loop around into utter hilarity, and the other Avengers coming up with the worst possible jokes to distract themselves from the fact that their charismatic leader is now a functionally mute, partially blind, partially deaf fae creature and harbinger of death who will not only never be able to live a normal life again for the rest of his possibly immortal existence, but is also terrible at his new job.
    • Only With the Heart is a Steve Rogers/Bucky Barnes slashfic wherein Bucky is childhood friends with... Applejack the pony. Yes, from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. Also, he's the only one who can see her, and she even follows Bucky into the Second World War and his torture under Zola and somehow still retains her innocence the whole time, and at one point, he even gets to visit Ponyville and meet the rest of the Mane Six. The tag "Crack Treated Seriously" could not be more true here, and the writing style is serious enough to make it feel like the most natural thing in the world until you stop and think about it. The writer has another such fic with a similarly cracky premise that somehow works as a completely serious story, Come Up to Meet You, which is a Soulmate AU Fic wherein people's soulmates manifest as Tsums, little fuzzy caterpillar-esque creatures that make cute noises, and look like Disney's actual Tsum-Tsum line of merchandise.


    Live-Action TV 
  • The X-Files fandom gives us the following:
  • Counts of Blood is a crossover between Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The Muppets, with Count von Count visiting his old friend The Master in Sunnydale. Let's just say that the Count is not entirely sane, nor is he kid-friendly. It's wonderful. If Sesame Street and The Muppet Show had never been aired, and the word "frog" swapped with, say, "reporter", it would be just another Buffy fic — albeit well written.
    The Master frowned, moving towards his guest. "I have been trying to be a bit less excessive about object lessons this century. I don't want another mathematician like that fellow."
    One purple hand waved, and there smaller vampire shrugged. "I have medications for that now. There shouldn't be another situation like that as long as I take my pills. Thirty six little green pills for a twelve day visit."
    "Much better than three mathematicians in several hundred pieces," the Master shook his head.
    "One mathematician, in one hundred and sewen boxes. With a diagram of where they all went," the Count corrected. "I let his assistant go."
  • Merlin fanfic A Very Hairy Situation. Gwaine's hair is so fabulous it has the power to turn people gay. And Arthur prances.
  • A LOLcat comes to Torchwood in Trying to Communicate.
  • Stargate Atlantis fandom has a thing about penguins, or more specifically, about turning its characters into penguins. John Sheppard, Rodney McKay, and Carson Beckett have all turned into penguins (the former two in multiple works). And then there was that time when McKay was a dinosaur. Or when Sheppard was a rainbow and McKay was a unicorn. Or the one where they were girl scout cookies. Socks. Ice cubes.
  • The Fourth Wall series, a Supernatural Crack Fic that features Sam being sad because everyone's jumped on the Dean/Castiel bandwagon and no fanfiction is being written about him anymore, Dean finally realizing that he does love that trenchcoat-wearing Angel, Castiel eating everything remotely sugary in sight and Lucifer playing poker for M&Ms. It's amazing.
  • NUMB3RS:
    • \m/^2 by Captain_Starcat features the Eppes Brothers in a band.
  • This story features Star Trek: The Next Generation's Enterprise being visited by The Muppets. It's just as strange as it sounds, but it WORKS. Mainly because it's Played for Laughs.
  • Uh Oh Spagettio is a cracky Smallville fic involving Clark trying to find a "double bactrian camel". Yeah...
  • The Kink Meme for the Sherlock fandom spawned a running joke that's managed to filter through into a number of non-crack fanfics regarding Anderson having an... interest in dinosaurs. Not as popular, but also present is the idea that John Watson is in love with jam, and that his character is made of kittens (more to do with the fact the actor that plays him is Martin Freeman).
  • Of Love and Bunnies is a self-described "cleverly hidden Crack Fic" about the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers and Power Rangers: Dino Thunder. Surprisingly not as cracky as it could be, since the authors do a great job keeping people in character, but then they get to the Crack Pairing of Conner and Kat. Yes, the Cloudcuckoolander Red Ranger of PRDT and the Pink Ranger from MMPR, Zeo and Turbo, who is about five or six years older than him.
  • Day of the Barney distinguishes itself from the typical anti-Barney & Friends fic with its insane premise of casting Barney as a villain hellbent on taking over the world... A demonic, immortal, genuinely terrifying and competent villain, we mean.
  • This fic starts out with Penny of The Big Bang Theory killing her friends with a chainsaw. Then Barack Obama, ROBOBAMA 500 and communists show up. It must be read to be believed.
  • Running Blind is a crossover between CSI and Danny Phantom. It is glorious.
  • Downton Abbey and Zombies is Exactly What It Says on the Tin: the premise of The Walking Dead transplanted into the Downton Abbey universe, and it works. Elements of the TWD plotlines are worked into the fic, but they always make sense with the setting, and the author somehow manages to keep everyone in character while they deal with a zombie apocalypse.
  • Joy Ride has Starsky undergoing a "Freaky Friday" Flip...with his car.
  • The Senpai: A Seinfeld Visual Novel puts the four main characters in a Japanese high school. George is trying to get his senpai (who has a crush on Jerry) to notice him, Elaine doesn't realize she's a Tsundere, and Kramer finds a Humongous Mecha in an abandoned warehouse. To make things more surreal, it emulates the show's writing style perfectly.
  • The Night Neelix Went Crazy and Killed Everyone is a Star Trek: Voyager fanfiction where Neelix eats too much leola root, which turns him into a giant leola root and makes him crazy and he either kills or indirectly causes the death of everybody. Also, the Doctor has somehow turned into an incontinent yak.
    • Star Trek: Deep Space Nine has an entire Alternate Universe set in our time called Deep Dish Nine, and everyone works at a pizza shop instead of a space station (except Quark, Rom, and Leeta who still work at a bar, and Garak and Dukat who simply visit the pizza shop), they all live in the same apartment building, planets are now cities, and despite everyone being human, they're still called things like "Quark", "Worf", and "Odo".
  • Four Seasons is a Supernatural fic in which Cas is the owner of a landscaping business who becomes very confused when asked by the Trump campaign team if they can hold a press conference at his store, and Dean owns the adult shop next door and watches the ensuing fireworks with him. The crackiest part may be the fact that this is based on true events. True events that just happened to collide with Destiel finally being canonized. Yes, we're serious. The author even lampshades it:
    "Is this technically a crackfic? It feels like it should be, but like this actually happened in real life, and I don't know how to handle it besides writing fic."

    Pro Wrestling 

  • Destroy the Godmodder is one of the best examples of this trope. The entire game is one giant crossover, with many of the things summoned from parallel universes becoming far more powerful and, well, "cracky" the longer they stick around. If they stay as NPCs, they eventually may become unrecognizable from their canon version. It basically takes what The LEGO Movie did to the Lego franchise and multiplies it to the Nth degree. Examples include Pit the Angel:
    • Canon: A flightless angel that fights to save the world from evil monsters from Greek mythology.
    • Destroy the Godmodder: The wingless Minecraft avatar of said angel (this is actually Pit playing Minecraft, not just a Nintendo fanboy playing Minecraft), who likes to summon lots of robotic enemies from the Mega Man franchise, wields lots of guns as well as more traditional weaponry, and possesses a gender-bending SCP bracelet-thing

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    Video Games 

    Web Comics 

    Web Original 
  • Digimon Resumido is an alternative interpretation for Digimon Adventure.
  • Toho Kingdom Toons: Well, aside from the obvious fact that the premise is based around Godzilla characters acting like humans, the show, especially recently, has gotten insane. Among other things, Gabara wears a Emperor Palpatine cloak and is a bumbling Cloudcuckoolander, Gabara and Monster X are movie critics, Godzilla is Happily Married to Cthulhu, Spacegodzilla hosts a talk show, there's a flying pirate ship called the S.S. Bootylicious, and Biollante fights Katz Kandy in space with a reference to LOLCats. Yes, I shit you not.
  • The web series School of Thrones, which asks the question: "What if A Song of Ice and Fire were a teenage drama series about cliques battling it out in high school to decide who became prom king and queen?" It even has a pen-and-paper version of the show's famous intro sequence. Hipster!Starks and Nerdy!Stannis ensues.
  • The Antfrost's L'Manberg Rules Board series, a bunch of Dream SMP fics in which Antfrost tries to enact some semblance of order on the server. Highlights include the Gogy Fanclub, Niki and Sam fighting over the custody of the former's pet creeper, Skeppy dabbling in dark magic, Sapnap going through an oviposition phase, Eret getting superpowers (and promptly abusing them), Hbomb making an Opposite-Sex Clone of himself with Dream's help, and Ant outright recommending to Connor that he develop a mental illness because "everyone else already has".
  • Cheater, Cheater (also called "the Mangoball/Mangobaii fic" after its author) is an infamous College AU Real-Person Fic in which Dream and GeorgeNotFound meet after the latter's boyfriend cheats on him with the former and they end up falling in love. While it sounds like a dime a dozen DreamNotFound fic at first, its popularity came about because of the highly bizarre nature of its characters and setting — from George giving Dream increasingly ridiculous pet names to Tommy's surprisingly popular anti-Dream spaces (capping off with the president of New Zealand joining them) to an otherwise dramatic scene getting interrupted by Corpse getting trapped in a running washing machine to pretty much everything related to Wilbur Soot.
    • The sequel — also a Christmas Special — is equally nuts; while the basic plot involves Dream, George, and their friends being forced to stay together after a surprise blizzard cancels their holiday travel plans, it also includes Tommy recording a Christmas album (including an anti-Dream song, of course), Wilbur breaking traffic laws on a sleigh pulled by wolves, Corpse becoming The Stoner, and Karl and Sapnap learning the hard way that BadBoyHalo is in a polyamorous relationship with their respective mothers.

    Western Animation 
  • This is a collection of Avatar: The Last Airbender Crack Fics; some work, some don't.
  • The Transformers: Animated Crack Fic You Never ARGH WHAT AM I WEARING? featured Starscream having sex with Blitzwing, a character with multiple personalities. Blitzwing was wearing high heels, fishnet tights, and a thong all through the fanfic. What made the fanfic even more crack was finding out which personality was really in charge when it started.
  • Beast Wars has its own Crack Fic in Beast Wars: Make it Real Big. Optimus Primal evolves into Rapidash, Cheetor dies but continues to contribute to the dialogue via gas emissions and the character of Airazor turns out to be a cleverly disguised "Airazor Bomb."
  • Osama's Last Stand by Fireand'chutes777 is one of those rare examples of a Crack Fic done right. The basic premise is simple: Action Girl heroine Kim Possible is called in by President Bush after Al-Qaeda attacks America on April 23rd, 2007 to kick aforementioned terrorist organization to the curb (hence the title). It should be an exaggerated stream of Girl Power and Eagleland patriotism, it should have terrible grammar and be wrapped up in one chapter, it should spit in the face of basic physics, but what happened instead was a 128,000 word novel that would not look out of place at all in a book store with the name Tom Clancy printed in big bold letters on the front (ironic in that the author hadn't even touched a Tom Clancy book until he was done with the third story in his series). Even though the author himself admits the reader needs to apply a healthy dose of Willing Suspension of Disbelief to get past some of the set-up, once one does it's a very enjoyable story for any technothriller fan.
  • Slave Bear of Care-A-Lot is Care Bears BDSM/non-con porn. It's as well-written as one could expect it to be, as is all the best Crack Fic.
  • William Country of Total Drama fanworks is a literal Crack Fic in that the animator reportedly did drugs while making it. The plot itself is fairly straightforward (although it does involve a character in a relationship with an Original Character who looks like himself), but there are countless unusual moments, related to the plot or otherwise, and bizarre background events (such as a bunch of buses flipping around while Chris is narrating). All in all, it's somewhat surreal. It's also notable for being the first — and so far, possibly only — full length Fan Film of Total Drama, measuring at about ninety minutes should you combine all its parts together. That is, if you can find all the parts, as often times they get taken down after being uploaded.
  • This series of Danny Phantom fics have their own titles, but are generally known as The Crack. That's right, it's a Crack Fic actually called The Crack. It takes one of the show's least reasonable pairings, brutally "forces them together", and throws in mpreg to boot. Surprisingly, this is considered one of the best fics in the fandom—all 102 chapters of it.
  • Bart the General, a nonsensical quartet of The Simpsons videos where Toadfish from Neighbors crosses over and Marge cheats on Homer with him. The first episode is straightforward, if having Deranged Animation, but subsequent episodes show more of the city (renamed from Springfield to Duckberg), and showcase that it's nothing like Simpsons at all. The third episode is complete and utter Mind Screw that hops from one subject to another and seems to have characters getting in and out of situations with no explanation given.
  • Iron Man: Kindergarten Adventures is proclaimed by the author to be crack, probably because the West Virginia Mothman becomes central to the plot in the last chapter.
  • The Total Drama fanfic, Illogical is an interesting example because it takes place inside Izzy's mind (which is saying a lot) and the Crack Pairing is between two of her personalities.
  • Beating the Heat: The main (sorry, mane) characters of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic go into an Element of Harmony-induced heat... and surprisingly it doesn't devolve into a porn story. Instead the plot is focused around the six mares (and soon everypony else) resisting their urges long enough to stop the heat before it spreads through every pony in the land, including the two princesses, and the entire world ends in one massive orgy. What sex does happen is generally not referenced explicitly and played thoroughly for laughs; the story instead focuses on the absurdity of the situation.
  • Of Cartoons, Randomness, and Beef Jerky: This story involves Dora the Explorer teaming up with characters such as Winnie the Pooh, Phineas and Ferb, and Tinker Bell and going to visit Hello Kitty's house for some beef jerky. Among other things, it's Reference Overdosed, Barney is hit by a roller coaster, a Yandere Isabella appears, and Kenny dies. It's actually pretty funny and worth reading.
  • The Many Secret Origins of Scootaloo: This story manages to crack over 20 Crack Fics into a single story. The premise is that Twilight Sparkle realizes that she has no idea who Scootaloo's parents are or where she came from, and tries to find out. Cue nearly every character on the show, from her best friends to the rulers of Equestria telling their own bizarre story about Scootaloo. The origins include Scootaloo being a Michael Westen-esque spy, Equestria's version of Kamen Rider, a Dr. Seuss character, John Connor, and a Disney Princess. The bridging story is just as strange: Twilight adopted a Dalek named Rollypolly, Princess Cadence caused a hockey game to be called off due to "orgy", Discord sang "Call Me Maybe" with Deadpool and the author himself, Rarity rapped and made herself look like Snooki, Princess Luna thought Twilight was her baby and put her in a diaper, Shining Armor sang The Lonely Island songs, and Fluttershy frenched Twilight in an attempt to save her life.
  • Daring Do and the Jungle of Terror. It's like a Troll Fic, but passed through the /mlp/ section of 4chan, and then shat out. It was compiled into a paperback "novella", and is for sale on Amazon with all proceeds going to charity.
  • This extremely short My Little Pony fanfic. Interestingly enough, the author admits that he wrote the story at 2 AM on an iTouch while on painkillers.
  • The Son of the Emperor is not only a My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Equestria-on-earth story... it's also a biopic of the childhood life of Napoleon II. Written by a guy simply known as No More Sanity. You heard right.
  • Bring Me All Your Elderly!. After watching the live-action adaptation, and finding it wanting, the Gaang decide to enter the movie-verse and fix it by giving their live action counterparts Character Development. It eventually ends with Zuko reading the entire story on Mai's iPad, Aang getting drunk on cactus juice, Movie!Katara and Movie!Zuko having a make-out session, half the cast getting a diseases that causes them to speak in long, redundant sentences that are needlessly long and movie!Aang fighting M. Night Shyamalan to prevent him from making the sequel.
  • 3/4 of Hitler, wherein three quarters of Adolf Hitler gets reincarnated in Ponyville and immediately gets his shit ruined by the Mane 6.
  • Let's Die! is about the Invader Zim gang attempting to commit suicide in various ways...and weirdness/hilarity ensues.
  • Everything by fanfiction author malkshake. Everything.
  • Stop Bugging Me, Dib-Pig, an Invader Zim fanfic. There is no plot. It's just...crazy, insane, non-sensical, every sense of the word imaginable.
  • Of Ponies, Parrots and Other Things is this, due to how the story is written: The first chapter is relatively normal. However, chapter 1 got pasted into the Bonsai Story Generator along with some unrelated text, and chapter 2 is based on some of the sentences that were generated using that text (with some of the generated sentences being used word-for-word). Subsequent chapters are written using a similar method. Since the generator mostly produces nonsense, the story quickly devolves into parrot staring contests, surreal dreams and Rainbow Dash turning into a bird.
    There was a submarine in the sky. Spreading great bat wings, it flapped a mighty flap... or at least, as mighty as a submarine could manage. Since submarines don't normally fly, it was still pretty impressive.
  • Furassment: Adrien becomes mastermind of the cat mafia. If you just thought, "but there isn't a cat mafia in canon", you would be entirely correct.
  • Thomas Abridged is Exactly What It Says on the Tin - Thomas & Friends given The Abridged Series treatment.
  • I Scream, You Scream, we all Scream for Starscream - five versions of Starscream (G1, IDW, Armada, Animated and Prime) get trapped in a room with one who represents every single way they are portrayed in Fan Fiction.
  • Dib in Wonderland is basically Alice's Adventures in Wonderland with Invader Zim characters.
  • Martha Reeks is a fanfic of Martha Speaks where Martha is all gloomy and sometimes talks like a robot, Helen really is on drugs, and Mariella doesn't like Helen anymore.
  • Princess Celestia Is In Your Bed is a fanfiction about a guy named Steve who finds Celestia from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic in his bed, but she's quite Out of Character, takes away all the bedsheets, and is obsessed with strawberry fanta.
  • Like "Dib In Wonderland" above, The Wizard of Ak transplants the Zim cast into a work of children's classic literature, in this case The Wizard of Oz.
  • The Simpsons:
    • In Must Love Ned Flanders, a "real-world" woman named Naomi Sanders gets transported to the Simpsons universe, stalks Ned, and eventually gets together with him but not before a trip to Alaska and an encounter with a zombie Maude.
    • In Ned Flanders Takes the Biggest Black Pill of All, Ned Flanders runs around naked and talking incomprehensibly, leading to him being hospitalised and making out with "you"... or something along those lines.
    • In Seymour Snaps, Principal Skinner has a bad day... which leads to him slugging Bart in the eye. The Simpsons and many others show up at his house to complain about the violence, so he beats them and Agnes up. They go to a hotel, where Skinner's sister Sally lives, to see if she can bring him back to normal. Maggie, who can inexplicably speak now, has an idea of making Skinner suck on a pacifier and everyone goes along with it. Then, more insanity ensues, especially when a stalker shows up.
  • Lincoln's Bathroom Break is a fanfic of The Loud House that involves Lincoln going all the way to the mall from his yard just to go to the bathroom. There, he meets Bart and Marge Simpson and some guy named Rocko who have a nonsensical argument.
  • The Miraculous Ladybug fanfic Event of the Millenium takes a Fandom-Specific Plot (Marinette invites someone to a party, they turn down her invite, and they come to regret it upon seeing how many celebrities she knows) and takes it to extremes — the party is set up like a carnival complete with rides (stated to be Adrien and Chloé's doing), and the guests range from popular singers to superheroes to the entire legendary Pokémon pantheon to the author herself (who freely admits that she's only there to hit on Luka and/or Ben).
  • Miraculous: The Phoenix Rises: Apart from having no characters from the original, it features heavy Black Comedy, is Reference Overdosed, and is literally described as being Persona 5 with the cast of SuperMarioLogan.
  • Horny Lil' Devils turns the entire cast of Kim Possible into Succubi and Incubi. Notable for keeping the characters recognizable while totally ignoring everything in canon (chapter five is titled: "Punching Canon in the Throat). It's utterly hysterical from start to finish. Too bad it seems to be a Dead Fic, though.