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"The most undeservedly ambitious crossover in the history of fan fiction."
—The Archive of Our Own description.
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Comic Book SNAFU is a fanmade webcomic crossing over various comic book and manga franchises. The webcomic is a semi-parody starring Hawkeye, Batman, Akiza Izayoi, and Gajeel Redfox.

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It can be found on SmackJeeves, DeviantArt, Tumblr, ComicFury, Archive of Our Own, and Instagram.

A trailer was made that can be found here. The series’s main cast also has an ask blog.

Comic Book SNAFU provides examples of the following tropes:

  • Adaptation Distillation:
    • Secret Empire is referenced as having happened, but Hawkeye has his older costume aesthetic and is living in Avengers Mansion, which resembles its appearance in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!.
    • Mockingbird is still leading the World Counterterrorism Agency, which is now a superhero team featuring several members of the West Coast Avengers and other members' AlternateCompanyEquivalents. Mockingbird's costume combines her classic and modern designs.
      • Ultron Mark 12 is helping Mockingbird despite being dead by the time the WCA started.
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    • Aki's full name is Akiza Izinski Izayoi, a combination of her Japanese and English names (Divine/Sayer's name is similarly altered). Despite apparently taking place after the Dark Signers arc of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's, she is a Hot-Blooded Anti-Hero rather than a Nice Girl, and still has trouble controlling her powers.
    • On the ask blog, Gajeel mentions his encounter with Bloodman, but his design in this series is from his earlier appearances in Fairy Tail.
    • Cassandra Cain is Orphan like in The New 52, but Cluemaster is also still alive.
    • Enigma is working with the Riddler.
Akiza: Wait, how did we get captured? I have a dragon!
Riddler: It happened off-panel. Anything can happen off-panel.
It’s going to be one of those days, isn’t it?
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