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Daniel Leicester
The Kroker Chronicles (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9): A series of events take place that lead our favorite characters on a journey across time and space. What is behind Emperor Thaarg's evil scheme to take over the universe? Is Thaarg just your garden-variety megalomaniacal interstellar warlord, or is there something more to his plan for universal domination? And just where did this mysterious prophecy (the one that lead Fry to be frozen in the first place) come from? Who made it? What the hell is the Paradighm Code? But you shouldn't worry about this, its only a piece of fan fiction.

Or is it?
The Fry Chronicles (Part Prologue, 1): A thrilling tale of time travel, ancient alien races, mysterious prophecies, and animated sitcoms. It starts up more or less where the Kroker Chronicles left off.
Futurehmeh: The regular hi-jinks of the Planet Express crew: Fry being mistreated at work, Bender becomes lonely, Zoidberg playing doctor plus a blinking hockey stick are about to come face to face with another quirky group as they deliver a powerful package in a box to a floating metropolis on a small, distant and cold planetoid at the end of our solar system.
The Dark Side of the DOOP (Part 1, 2, 3): Leela is asked by a young Omicronian for help. A disaster is happening on Omicron Persei 8, and only humans might stop it. But there is more to it then meets the eye.
Dave and Brad
Final Journey: Fry and Leela go on a leisure cruise. Saying anything more than that would be spoiling. Sorry!
Dave Vincent
Background Noise (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15): Fry. Leela, Bender and Zoidberg are arrested during a delivery to a space station. Zapp, whose ship is docked at the station, quickly show up and try to impress Leela. But higher up in the DOOP hierachy powerful people have other plans and the motives for their arrest is shrouded in mystery. At the same time Kif is given an unusual offer by a mysterious DOOP official.
Dead Composer
Bender's List: Leela is horrified when the government orders all mutants to relocate to the sewers. Bender comes up with a Schindler-esque scheme to protect New New York's surface-dwelling mutants, but it may be too late for Leela, who has decided to take drastic action.
Freaky Fry Day: The sequel to Bender's List. Fry and Leela's body-switching experiment becomes complicated when Fry must deal with Zapp's amorous advances, and Leela discovers she is now the only person who can save the universe from the return of the Brainspawn!
In Zoid We Trust: Third in the Bender's List series.
The Assassination of Richard Nixon's Head: A parody of the Sean Penn movie "The Assassination of Richard Nixon". Fry, fired from his job at Planet Express, begins to suspect that his problems, and those of society in general, can be laid at the feet of the President of the World, Richard Nixon's head. As his paranoia grows, so does his resolve to take action...
I Have Heard The Mermaids Singing: Fry gets a second chance with Umbriel the Mermaid in this very short fic.
The Diving Bell and the Bitter Fry: Inspired by the movie The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. Exposure to a toxic chemical leaves Fry completely paralyzed and unable to speak. Can the Professor's invention restore him to a normal life?
When Futurama Meets Starcraft (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5): Yet another dangerous delivery for the crew, but this time Fry is shocked to find out that they're sending a package to Starcraft, a 20th century video game. Unknown to Fry, Starcraft was discovered in the year 2499 to be real and dangerous.
Nibbler's Xmas Bedtime Story: Fry and Leela fill in for a vacationing Mr. Vogel at the Cookieville Minimum-Security Orphanarium and are having a hard time getting the kids to go to sleep. Nibbler steps in to tell a bedtime story. Can he gets the kids to settle down and go to sleep, especially the biggest kid of them all?
Xmas Eve at the Orphanarium: Follow-up to Nibbler's Xmas Bedtime Story.
Valentines: A Valentines day thank you from the PE crew to all of the fine artists and writers at Futurama-Madhouse.
She's Having My Mutant: Part one of a 'what if' series, based on Bender's line “Maybe they had to get married” in Time Keeps On Slippin.
The Mother of all Curses: Part two of a 'what if' series. Fry suffers from the Mother's curse after a mishap with the paraboxes.
Schlocktoberfest: Part three of a 'what if' series involvs a delivery of coasters to the Oktoberfest Planet and the chance for the whole crew and their signifcant others to get rip-roaring drunk. Nothing can go wrong with that.
Ain't Miss-bee-hiving: Part four of a 'what if' series. The Robot Mafia hires PE to pick up some space honey and Leela refuses to go, or to let Fry go, so once again Bender stands in as captain.
A Bad Case of the Zapp: Part five of a 'what if' series. DOOP hires PE for a search and rescue mission, so Leela and Fey are off to rescue Zapp Brannigan from Chlamydia 9, the cheap sex planet.
'Till Death Do Us Part: To Have and To Hold: part one of a six part story about an elderly couple (yes, they are Futurama characters) - one of them is in a home with Alzheimer's.
Probability Improbable: The Professor's new Improbability Drive, a delivery to Planet Probable, and a limited supply of a certin kind of pill make fir a new and unusuall adventure for the crew, in more ways than one.
U-J-B Fixes A Problem: A follow on to one of Rush's Universe Jumping Bender stories, That's One Lucky Fry.
Not Perfekt: Not perfect, but good enough.
Brick or Treat: The PE crew go trick or treating on Halloween, with only a few minor problems with costumes and other things.
Under The River and Through The Sewers: Ah, the dreaded Holiday season is upon us. Seeing as in the U.S. it's Thanksgiving, I have decided (was 'convinced') to post a Thanksgiving story in honor of it. I REALLY wish I could say that NONE of this was written from personal experience/memory.
Are We There Yet?: An extremely long, extremely boring trip in the Planet Express Ship...
A Kiss Under The Misteltoe: Which might be aptly subtitled “or How to piss off almost every Futurama Nerdlinger during the Holiday season”.
The Twelve Days of Xmas: While out xmas shopping, Fry convinces the crew to sing “traditional” (aka stupid ages) xmas carols.
Sadie Hawkins Day: Corrupt politicians using tax law to tinker with the social structure? Leela dragging Fry to the altar? Linda chasing Morbo? And Pieter in a cameo?! It's all there as the traditional Fry and Leela 'ship is turned around on it's head on Sadie Hawkins Day.
Let Me Call You Sweat-Heart: When the Professor invents a new pheromone booster, he goes looking for a couple to test it on, with some unintended consequences, especially when Bender gets into the act.
Behind Closed Doors: The Hip Joint - about fifteen minutes before last call, and thirty minutes 'til closing time. People and aliens are in various stages of drunkenness and many are 'hooking up' with someone. Bender, Fry, and Leela are watching the show as Bender pontificates about the couples they see. But it turns out Bender doesn't know quite as much as he thinks he does.
Freedom Day: It's Freedom Day and all of the PE crew get to do whatever they want. But, as one crew member reminds us, some holidays are about more than just a party.
Fifty Shades of Foghat Grey: Raunch. Filth. Perversion... Don't ya just love it?
Fry's Fan Fic: Fry writes a fan fic for Everybody Loves Hypnotoad and asks Leela to be his beta reader...
... And Life is Like a Song: Life is like a box of chocolates...
Puritan's Prude: Our favorite 31st century folks agree to act out a fan fic (for twice the going rate) as Puritans. While the setup is fine for some, Someone has serious concerns, and while trying to warn the others of impending failure, it becomes all too true... in a disastrous, destructive, yet humorous way.
Nibbler's 'Dicken's' Of A Story: Nibbler decides to read the works of the English literary master to the Planet Express crew, but the story chosen is far from what they were expecting.
Oh, Xmas Tree: Fry decides to take friends and loved ones out to cut down a real, honest to goodness stupid ages Xmas tree ... what could POSSIBLY go wrong?
The Mighty-Other: The Nibblonians have determined that the fate of the universe depends on one special future being ... a future being whose present day parents are divorced. Is the universe doomed? (DOOOOOOOOOMED!)
Beauty Is Only Carapace Deep: What IF the professor tried a DNA altering experiment on a hungry and unsuspecting member of the crew?
All Gave Some ...: ... but some gave ALL. This fic was inspired by Ramon's epic war story Run Silent Run Deep.
THANKSFERNOTHING: As anyone who has ever hosted a large holiday get together can attest to, nothing ever seems to go right... Why should the Planet Express “family's” holiday be any different?
Foolish Weihnachten: The Planet Express crew have a delivery to make in Germany at Xmas time, and of course, nothing goes according to plan... Drunkenness, violence, and gratuitous nudity season the story of the 'real meaning of Xmas'... Beware Bender!
'Cheeper' by the Dozen: Fry really lays an egg when he tries to make breakfast for Leela and the Professor is experimenting again. Edges near lines man was not meant to cross in typical dinkdrinker fashion.
Advent of the Mighty-Other: The Nibblonian prophecy of 'The Mighty Other' comes to pass, as Fry and Leela are expecting another child, who according to Nibbler and his people, will save the universe.
The Bride of Rodriguez: Bender actually tries to be a Gentle-bot, only to have it all backfire gloriously and creat a monster.
A visit from Das Bender: A Xmas story where southern Germany is revisited, with the Krampus being replaced by our favorite cigar smoking, cheap booze drinking robot. Enjoy a holiday classic poem, twisted and warped, Bender style.
So Long, Old Friends: When Bender kills Professor Farnsworth, things go rapidly downhill... especially for Fry.
Anthology Of Disinterest 3.14: The What-If machine is taken out of another spin and this time reveals what might have happened had Fry been frozen for a thousand years and then gone to work for Planet Express.
Jurassic Planet: Jurassic Park, Futurama style. Listen to DSS' commentary about writing this fic in our Sound Clipssection.
The Terminator Mutant: A Terminator parody, with Leela as the Terminator!
The Leelaven: A parody of Edgar Allen Poe's Poem, The Raven, with Leela as the Raven.
The Terminator Mutant II: End-Point Day: This is the sequel to The Terminator Mutant. Leela is back as the ass-kicking, Bad-to-the-Bone TM-101, but now as the savior of Fry and Mrs. Fry! As well as being a protector, Leela now has an enemy (played by Universe 1 Leela)!
The Savager Mutant: After a delivery to Bacterious 10, Leela's skin turns green, she grows saber teeth, and she develops a frog-like tongue. Fry is starting to think that something is wrong with her.
What Happened To Fry (Part 1, 2, 3): Explains more of what happened to Fry and Leela in Anthology of Interest 1
The Kiss That Worked: What if Leela's kiss actualy brought back Fry's humanity in Insane in the Mainframe?
Starship Oil Crash: Leela teases Sal about his Hover-Truck being SO dirty so Sal suggests a race in space oil tank field.
A Shy Fry: Leela is finally interested in Fry, but all of a sudden Fry turns very shy and Leela can't figure out what to do about it. Promo pic
New Justice Teen Titans (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5): Thanks to a new supply of Miracle Creme, The New Justice Team is back in business where they again tangle with The Zookeeper, who send them back in time where they hook up the Teen Titans to stop the Zookeeper from taking over the world.
A Nightmare in NNYC: A Nightmare on Elm Street, Futurama style. Warning: If you are not a fan of the horror genre then don't read this. It contains some material not suitable for minors.
Pool Party Shock: A follow-up to A Shy Fry. Planet Express is having their first Pool Party. Everyone is excited, especially Fry and Leela. But the both of them will soon find themselves in an embarrassing situation that they hope no one will see! Promo pic
Summer Of Two Blondes: A follow-up to Pool Party Shock. Since the pool party incident, Leela and Fry had been the laughing-stock of Planet Express. But then they do something to put the incident behind them: dye their hair blonde and amaze everyone. But will it last? Promo pic
Nickelback-A-Rama: A follow-up to Summer of Two Blondes. Leela is a huge fan of the Canadian rock band Nickelback. Fry decides to surprise her by getting tickets to see Nickelback live and back-stage. During the concert, Leela is chosen for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Promo Pic
Nanotyrannus: After finding the remains of the rare and controversial dinosaur called Nanotyrannus underneath Planet Express,Leela becomes a paleontologist. She hopes to prove that the creature is it's own species and not a baby T-Rex. It won't be easy,but with science on her side,Leela might crack open the mystery. Special Guest Star appearances by: "Dinosaur George" Blasing and Jack Horner.
Terminator Mutant 3: Takeover of Mutant Machines: The third installment to The Terminator Mutant Quadrilogy. When End-Point Day is postponed from 2951 to 3000, Fry has no idea that his journey isn't over. Even worse, a Terminator Mutant, deadlier than the TM-120, has come to kill him and Michelle (his 20th century girlfriend) It's time for the TM-101 to come back into action once again.
Turangaraptor Chronicles: On the world of Jurassic Planet, we follow Leela, a female Turangaraptor, her mate Alcazar, and their pack on a series of events that will change their lives forever.
Futuramasaur: Dinosaur, Futurama style. Promo pic
Terminator Mutant Liberation (Part 1, 2): The final installment in the Terminator Mutant Quadrilogy. Fry has become the leader for the resistance trying to defeat the Mutant Machines. But there is a problem: the war itself is not the war Fry and Michelle were told about. They must save Bender Rodriguez (savior of Mrs.Fry) and find the heart of Spacenet. It's up to Fry, Michelle, Bender and a fellow Terminator Mutant, Layla Worthington, to find it and shut it down. Special Guest Star appearance by Sigourney Weaver as the voice of Layla
Dwayne Anderson
Return From the Deep South (Part 1, 2, 3, 4): Fry has a perfect Valentine's Day with Leela, but the return of a former love is likely to spoil that relationship before the day is done...
Partially Human: Set directly after "Leela's Homeworld", Leela is happy that she finally knows who she is. But when the other humans of New New York also discover the truth, they aren't quite as accepting of the idea.
Beyond the Stock Market: This is a short story set just after the episode "Future Stock". Fry has been fired, and it's up to Leela to try and win his job back.
Fatal Attractions: Set after "300 Hundred Big Boys" Fry has finally managed to get a date with the love of his life; Leela. Will it be a ssucces or will Fate have a trick up it's sleeve?
Just Slightly Ahead of Their Time (Part 1, 2, 3): The entrepid crew of Planet Express discover some blind passengers aboard the ship. They turn out to be from the 20th century. It's the teenage Rugrats, from the show "All grown Up".
Terminator: This story gives the movie Terminator the Futurama treatment.
The Scourge of Zapp Brannigan (Part 1, 2, 3): Zapp Brannigan has defeated the evil emperor of Carpathia, rewarding himself with the riches of the vanquished. However, little does he know that it's not over yet and that the tables will soon be turned. In the meantime, Leela and Fry get to look after Michelle's baby for the night. How do the two scenarios meet? Find out by reading on.
I Wanna Play My Holophonor: Set after the episode "The Devil's Hands are Idol Playthings", this fic deals with the moments after Fry finishes off the opera at Leela's request. Careful now, this fic contains some singing.
Memories of Futurama (Part 1, 2, 3, 4): Fry and Leela present a show that looks back at the best moments of Futurama.
Man's Worst Nightmare (Part 1, 2, 3): The crew debate where to go on vacation, but before that can be settled, they have to make a delivery to Canada. However, Canada is now run by an extreme feminist dictator, who's decreed that it's men who should be the second class citizens in Canadian society.
Which Witch is Which?: It's Halloween and the crew are all dressed up for the occasion. However, Professor Farnsworth has a surprise for the crew: a new co-worker called Helga. Something's strange about Helga, but it seems that it's only Leela who knows what it is or cares.
Hellfire Apocalypse: This story is set after "A Big Piece Of Garbage", and deals with Leela's thoughts about the major events of the episode.
A Politically Correct Xmas Story: Turanga Leela tells a "politically correct" Xmas story.
Time Compression (Part 1, 2, 3, 4): Fry's link to the past sees him getting possessed by a strange force, with an evil plan to rule over all time and space.
Everybody Dies!: A beautiful winter evening in New New York is the setting for the introduction of Caleb, a computer game's character, to the Planet Express crew. Warning for the squeamish: this fic does contain some disturbing scenes and violence.
I'm Just Happy to Be on TV: Due to Morbo having to take his wife out for their anniversary, Leela is given the job to replace him as the TV news anchorman for the day.
Beyond Reality: This fic starts Turanga Fry's nineteenth birthday party, who's the son of Turanga Leela and Philip J Fry. Unfortunately for T Fry, his father was killed before his birth, which has blighted his life. This story is about his quest to right that sad event.
Passport to Peril: Fry wins a competition, and is given ten-thousand dollars and an assortment of dead creatures. With the money, he promises the Planet Express crew a luxury cruise... and it's here that things start to deviate from Fry's noble intentions.
Just for Laughs: The Futurama crew find themselves on "The Red Green Show", facing numerous questions and comical activities. For those who don't know what "The Red Green Show" is all about, best go to Google and find out. Better still, you can always read this fiction to get a clearer idea.
Futurama Outtakes: Leela presents some scenes that were cut, for various reasons, from the Futurama series.
Blooper Reel Number Two: This is the sequel to Dwayne's Futurama Outtakes, with Leela presenting some scenes that were cut, for various reasons, from the Futurama series.
Wongfully Accused: Farnsworth has some bad news: Planet Express is losing money, so a crew member has to lose their job. Who'll lose their job? Well, that'll be decided by the shortest straw. Let the sackings commence!
The Sorrow of Being Kif Kroker (Part 1, 2, 3, 4): Kif is meant to be going on a date with Amy, but Zapp Brannigan has other ideas for the depressed amphibian-like lieutenant. The result of which means that Amy is stuck at Elzar's, as if she's been stood up. Kif, in an act of desperation, decides to leave his post to get to his love, even at the expense of a court martial. When Zapp finds out that Kif is AWOL, the lieutenant's troubles begin.
Synchronized Olympic Dorks: On a hot summer's afternoon, Fry is challenged by Zapp Brannigan to beat him in the decathlon. Each year, Zapp Brannigan does battle against an adversary in order to see who'll be the winner of the DOOP Decathlon contest. He's the current champion, but Fry aims to change that.
Too Smart For His Own Good: Fry gets curious when he finds a pink liquid in the fridge, so decides, like all geniuses would do, to drink it. However, ironically, this does turn him into a genius. You'd have thought things would improve for Planet Express, but they sure don't, because there are to be some changes... dramatic ones.
Deck the Halls with Boughs of Horror: Fry gives his account of the time when he first met Robot Santa in the episode Xmas Story.
The Time of the Great Giving (Part 1, 2, 3, 4): It's Xmas Eve and the Planet Express crew are preparing for the big day. However, Professor Farnsworth has other ideas for Fry, Leela and Bender, because he's going to send them off on a mission to the planet Yuletide, a planet which celebrates Xmas Day every day. Well, actually, they did a year ago, until something devastating happened to their world...
Ready, Set, Boom!: The Futurama crew stage their own show on TV, which involves firing stuff at hate targets.
My Life, My Love: Turanga Fry (son of Fry and Leela, which will be explained in the story) is going to proposes to his girlfriend, Rosemary, but it seems that past events want to interfere with this romantic gesture. Some years earlier, it's Philip Fry's birthday, and it's time for him to open presents. What has this to do with Turanga Fry's proposal problem? Read on to find out.
Blast from the Past: It's 18th May 3004, and the Planet Express crew go and visit Mount St Helens, 1,024 years to that day since the volcanic disaster that struck that area. Fry, who was about five at the time, recounts his memories of the event to the rest of the crew. In the meantime, Farnsworth has invented a time machine in order to make deliveries reach their destinations on time. Something's bound to go wrong...
The Mountain Man: This is the sequel to "Blast From the Past" and is a dedication to Harry R Truman, the man who wouldn't leave his lodge at Spirit Lake before Mount St Helens' eruption on May 18, 1980.
The Punishress (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5): While walking to the manhole covers in order to beat the mutant curfew, Turanga Munda and Morris and their daughter Leela are the victims of a robbery. After going to the police station and finding out that the authorities don't care whether mutants are the victims of crime, Leela decides to become a costumed crime fighter. So, it's on with the Clobberella gear, now painted black, and now it's time for criminals who target mutants to meet The Punishress.
Quest for Deliverance (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8): The crew find themselves undertaking various quests, in a parody of Sierra's series of graphic adventures: Quest for Glory
The One Free Man (Part 1, 2, 3, 4): The Professor needs a lab assistant to help develop his latest invention.
Matters of Life And Death (part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25): Death is everywhere, even in the world of cartoons. Most cartoon characters try to avoid it, others can't get out of its way. Some are unlucky enough to get killed off permanently. As for the rest, the fact that they survive or are resurrected for another episode is a miracle. But let's face it, cartoons aren't real life. Warning - The situations portrayed in this story are based on real deaths and are extremely graphic.
Space Ace Doofus, part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 ...: Fry can't get past the first level of a popular new video game, but after being left alone in the Professor's lab with a malfunctioning new invention he might just have too ... for real!