And the World Will Turn to Ash is a Pokémon GO webcomic by Surfaçage. The comic features the interactions between the leaders of the three teams, their seconds in command, and Team Rocket.
This webcomic provides examples of:
- Ambiguous Gender: Both Blanche and Noire.
- Ambiguously Bi: Spark's interactions with Go sometimes come off as flirty, though it's not clear if he's really into him or if he's just teasing him.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Crossing over with Beware the Silly Ones; Spark can hold his own despite being a dorky goofball most of the time. When Zapdos emerges, it can be downright scary. For example...
How many poachers are there? Spark: Were
- Cain and Abel: Blanche and Noire.
- The Cameo: A familiar trio makes a surprise guest appearance in this comic.
- Claimed by the Supernatural: Candela, Blanche, and Spark have titan marks that show their bonds with the legendary birds.
- Color-Coded for Your Convenience
- Chromatic Arrangement: Valor is red, Mystic is blue, Instinct is yellow.
- Color-Coded Characters: Candela, Blanche, and Spark are each associated with the colors of their respective teams
- Color-Coded Elements: Fire is red, Ice is blue, and electric is yellow.
- Elemental Hair Colors:
- Fire: Candela has short, spiky hair, albeit dark brown,
- Ice: Blanche has long, white hair.
- Lightning: Spark has short blond hair.
- Coordinated Clothes: In Twins I.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Spark, who is usually ditzy to Cloudcuckoolander levels, will lose it when someone tries to harm innocent Pokemon
- Deadpan Snarker: Carl.
- Elemental Powers
- FaceHeel Turn: Noire joins Team Rocket after years of self-imposed estrangement from Blanche.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Guzma and Professor Willow, respectively.
- He Is All Grown Up: Ash Ketchum, Misty and Brock make a guest appearance here and reappear here and here. All three of them are full grown adults now and Ash has grown a goatee.
- Meaningful Rename: Noire and Blanche were raised as part of an experiment by Team Cipher, where names were given based on success rate. Noire, being fully successful, was ranked as a Blanche. Blanche was considered a failure and named Claire. After being rescued, Noire changed their name and gave their former name to their twin.
- That Man Is Dead: Noire does not take it well when Professor Willow refers to Blanche as Claire.
- Theme Twin Naming: Blanche and Noire mean white and black, respectively, in French.
- No Hugging, No Kissing: Though the author does occasionally like to tease the audience with ships, it's been confirmed that there will be no "canon" ships in the story.
- Patchwork Fic: combines elements from the games, the anime, and manga for a rich world.
- Psychic Powers: Sabrina has telekinesis and clairvoyance.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Noire when they join Team Rocket and Candela when Moltres takes over her.
- Related in the Adaptation: Apparently, Professor Willow and Guzma are brothers here.
- Scannable Man: Blanche and Noire have serial numbers from Cipher in the form of barcodes on their hips. Noire has an additional one from Team Rocket, as they are considered a weapon, not a person.
- Shock and Awe: Spark, through his bond with Zapdos, can harness some of its lightning powers, which he uses to charge people's phones.
- Surprisingly Normal Backstory: The worst thing that happened to Go, according to Word of God, is sleeping through a final. This is a sharp contrast to the relatively tragic backstories of the rest of the main cast.
- Would Hurt a Child: Team Cipher, who used children, notably Blanche and Noire, in experiments for their Shadow Corruption Program.