Futurama

May 2014
It's the little things in life ...
Posted on May 20, 2014 by Tim
Just when you thought it was safe...the Gulliver madness strikes again with his latest Illustrated Fan Fiction called The Little Things in Life. In this story we find out that it's the little things in life that can cause us the most problems. After an IQ boosting experiment has unexpected consequences, the Planet Express gang find themselves held hostage by hyper-intelligent ants. Leela goes on trial, and a bureaucrat comes to broker the peace. Included are a cover and four illustrations.



The saga of The Kroker Family continues in part 2 of Rose Keeling's new Fan Fiction.
Fanart by Javier Sánchez/The Futurama Point
Spacemen, women, and children
Posted on May 11, 2014 by Tim
Let's start with spacemen, specifically Spaceman130 who has sent in four new bits 'o Fan Art like this one here which is his interpretation of Leela attempting the Wall Buggers course on MXC (Most Extreme Elimination Challenge) and failing as many contestants did. Spaceman goes on to say “I used to love watching this show on Spike TV and I wondered how the Futurama characters would fare in the crazy challenges. If you haven't seen it already, there's full episodes on YouTube - they do more justice to MXC than I ever could with a description. The dubbing and stuff they do is just hilarious.” There's three other pics too, just hover your mouse over the thumbnails for a description of each.



Now let's bring in the rest of the space family. Remember all those kids that Kiff Kroker had back in Kiff Gets Knocked Up a Notch? Well now it's twenty years later and time for Kiff and Amy to return to Kiff's ancestral swamp and collect their children in the first part of Rose Keeling's Fan Fiction called The Kroker Family.
The biggest yet
Posted on May 2, 2014 by Tim
I think this is the biggest single update to what is definitely the biggest Fan Comic yet! Yup, it's a bunch of new pages to Pieter Antonissen's epic length Four Better or For Worse. The new stuff starts on page 172 and then just keeps going for another eighteen pages! And from snake bites to all kinds of strategically placed things it's nineteen pages of laughs.
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