The Crossover Comic Archive has a long, rich history that the current state of our blog doesn’t do justice, but to celebrate our history and show our appreciation to everyone who’s stuck with us through the years, the CCA crew has reunited for one more improv comic project!
For the first time ever, the heroes are united against a terrifying new threat: Another big-budget bastardization of a beloved pop culture franchise! When Overlord Laharl schemes to make a quick buck by rebooting Back to the Future, Flonne must seek out our scattered heroes and unite them to under a common purpose!
At long last, we have this comic up and running once again. Since it’s been so long, I chose to add notes for new folks wondering about dated jokes and explaining some of the dubious thinking which went into making this “episode.”
Sometimes I needed to do a holiday comic that was not about Halloween, but you can never have too much Halloween. *cough* Anyway, it was a quick one-shot about appreciating the blessings of Providence and the drama of bringing everybody together under one roof.
Note: On the original site, under the above picture, was a link to click, that took you to the images that are now shown on the bottom of this post.
The first chapter is finally complete! I had been chipping away at it over the course of several months, but didn’t want to post it on the main site because I didn’t want to abuse the tag system. Maybe, that was a mistake. Oh well.
Anyway, I don’t have a good “cover” pic for the comic yet, so I’m still just taking one-panel gags as placeholders. Hopefully, I’ll have something a bit classier in the near future.
In the original RPG script, this scene began at Chun-Li’s home with her looking at dresses with Aya and Cammy, then leaving to meet Alucard at a restaurant and being attacked by fanboys en route. The spirit of that scene is pretty much the same, but as you can see, a lot of the details were changed. Tifa replaced Cammy because I wanted to introduce her to the story sooner as an important character. Alucard is spoke of but not seen mainly for the sake of simplifying the fight scene. The fanboys were changed to trolls mainly because they are more universally reviled than mere fanboys. Dan Hibiki and a surprise guest star were not originally intended to be in this scene, but I love the way their roles turned out. Don’t be surprised if we see them again.