After reading fanfics for a while, I’ve realized that nothing grinds my gears more than seeing fan stories be hindered by poor grammar and spelling. Then when I found this one that combined the premise behind Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 with Star vs. the Forces of Evil, something in me made me compelled to step in and do something to help with its grammar and spelling problems.
Ever since Star vs The Forces of Evil ended, I’ve been reading a lot of fanfics about the show. Some have dealt with alternate versions of the cast,. Others have picked up where the show left off. However, there’s one fanfic whose concept has stood out among the others. That concept being “what if Star and the others were to see their future? How would they react?” This fanfic is essentially a reaction story in text form, all for averting the end in the show.
A running gag throughout the Star fandom is the fact that Marco winds up having a bunch of different girls attracted to him. Thus, he’s the subject to heavy shipping in the fandom. Starco, Jarco, Janco, Markapoo, Kellco, Higgsco! The guy’s like a harem anime protagonist. So, in this next fan-fic, we run with that idea and see how far it can go.
A Fond Farewell to Dragon Ball Z Abridged As I type this, I’m listening to Takahata101’s rendition of Frank Sinatra’s “My Way” as Cell and remembering the good times. For … Continue Reading Saynora, Dragon Ball Z Abridged
To celebrate the fifth anniverserary of the show, I wanted to review a fan fiction for Star vs. The Forces of Evil that takes the topic of the Blood Moon and turns into a three book epic.
In my first series of putting the spotlight on fan fic writers and artists, I give you KPRS4ever, talented fan artist and fanfic writer.
Remember that week of Star vs fan fiction I did a few months ago? There was actually another pick I had that I ultimately chose not to include. However, I’ve decided that this story’s just too good to not talk about. It captures the spirit of the show in writing style and in artwork. Not to mention I’ve become good friends with the author on Twitter. So, time to get a little weird and a little wild when two worlds collide!
I’ve had so much fun reading Hippie’s Monster Love series, I decided to do a character analysis of his stories. First is Moon and Monsters!
I finally reach the end of my character analysis for Hippie’s Monster Love series. Here I talk about most of the other characters found in this fanfic.
For the second part of my Monster Love character analysis, I look at Star the Monster Princess and its main characters, Star and Marco
This is A Tale of Moon and Monsters, and its sequel, Star the Monster Princess. Two stories made by my new internet friend, The Wandering Hippie.
It’s the next-generation, fanmade sequel the show deserves. Instead of being about the kids of the cast, this is about Mariposa and Meteora. I give you Echo Creek: A Tale of Two Butterflies
I have been having a blast writing about the different fan works for Star vs. The Forces of Evil this week. Even if people don’t read them now, it’s been as fun writing about these works as it was reading them. This next one, though, is going to be darker than any of the other ones I’ve done. Marco Diaz becomes an unlikely hero in The Royal Protector.
All rights to this story go to ADdude, Daron Nefcy, and Disney. ADdude, I love your story.
Today’s fanwork, Like Father, Like Daughter, asks two things: what if the status quo didn’t go back to normal, and what if Star came a few seconds later?
What would happen if your future kids came back from the future to make sure your parents get together and preserve their existence? It sounds like a version of “Back to the Future” or other time travel stories, but this one has a twist. In this case, the kids are from two separate futures… and have two different moms. This scenario is precisely the dilemma that Marco Diaz faces in this next fan work, Ship War AU by MoringMark.
Hey everyone, Jay here with a special announcement. As you know, I’ve been busy lately with my posts on Amphibia and Sword Art Online. Now that at they’re done for … Continue Reading A Week of Star