Fan Fiction

I treasure each and every one of these as though they were my flesh and blood. And I love my flesh and blood.
-These stories were written at varying times in Zebra Girl’s history, and many may not reflect current canon.-
-Years designate initial posting and not subsequent updates.-
-Stories without years were likely begun prior to Earthbroke (2005 or earlier).-
-Some stories may contain adult language.-
-Hyphens denote multiple stories in a shared continuity.-
-Stories with white points contain illustration, either by myself or from the author.-
-Stories with red points are finished.-

A Tribute To A Zebra Girl
by Aladdin-Sane

“She sees us through a demon's eye, and thinks how life has gone awry. Her jagged voice and claws reveal, the screaming depths of this ordeal. But she continues day by night, Conceals herself from human sight…”

Shades of White
by Amalcus

“'We act as if there are no witnesses to things unwitnessed, as if there were not any who know, for some must know. Do you think the worlds truly follow cause and effect?' 'It's worked so far for me.' Jack replied dryly...”

A Zebra Girl Nursery Rhyme
by Bren MacDonald
(2005)

“Zebra Girl, Zebra Girl, stripes of a cat; Never eats food and never grows fat. Zebra Girl, Zebra Girl, fangs of a dog; Friend of the night and lover of fog...”

Crystal's Nightmare
by Bren MacDonald
(2005)

“And through the silence walk three companions: a knight with plaid armor, a gentile with a fir coat, and a princess with a cloak. Silence giggles and rushes around her new friends...”

Dreaming of Happiness
by Bren MacDonald

“Nothing more than a painting on her sleeping eyelids. Nothing more than shadows of a waking world. But it felt so real. The blue sky was racing above her, and the grey clouds blurring below…”

Introspection of the Perv
by Bren MacDonald

“He brought his attention back to the task at hand. A side effect of falling asleep while meditation was that the mind had a tendency to wander. Jack had to make sure his mind didn't wander too much, otherwise he could get lost...”

Jack's Dream
by Bren MacDonald

“Who the heck was this guy? He had some kind of nerve spying on peoples dreams. This was the third freaking night in a row. The figure moved. Out of the corner of his eye, Jack saw him/it…”

A Mirror Darkly
by Darker
(2005)

“She couldn't remember what Chalk had been going on about, but it wasn't nice. Mr. Chalk's only defining characteristic was his fixed grin, the rest was like a hole in space, complete darkness...”

Oriental Problems
by DarkLite

“Jack found a large, red and yellow claw clutching the front of his flowing plaid cloak, and a snout full of a disquieting amount of very sharp fangs alarmingly close to his own face...”

A Night at the Bar
by Eppendorf Webster

“'Whoever ordered the pitcher of house beer, they can come and get it their own damn selves,' he called. There it was again, he thought as he turned away, that stupid imaginary rabbit. He shook it off...”

A Comment Left Under Page 721
by Fishamaphone
(2016)

“But Jack knew that if he was to come to any significant understanding of the world he'd flung himself and his friends into, he would need to practically memorize this book. His book. His Tomie...”

The Photo Album
by GarethC

“He wondered what the other Sandra would think of that. He could claim that the image was a fake, or perhaps it was just makeup but he looked into Sandra's calculating eyes and knew that he was beaten. 'You've got to tell us...'”

Zebra Wars
by GarethC

“Life on Tatooine sucked, thought Sandra Skywalker as she looked about Anchor Head for the Jawa booksellers. All her friends already gone off exploring the universe and here she was looking for a Botchi phrasebook...”

Terrible Vengeance
by Heatvision
(2006)

“'Can I ask your name?' The man startled. He was used to being alone for these long hours, but this time there was another man in the room. He turned and stared...”

About A Boy
by Hemlock Trinity

“This could prove to be a very serious case. With the sightings, the burnings and all the static the brain voodoo practitioners were picking up, the Bureau found it only appropriate to send in their most seasoned field agent...”

A Case For the Christmas Bunny
by Hmpf MacSlow

“'My mom's coming for Christmas,' Sandra growled into her coffee mug. 'So?' the rabbit repeated. 'You don't see how that could be a problem?' Sandra snapped. For an instant, she entertained the thought of torching Sam…”

A Bad Dream
by Karl Damgaard Asmussen
(2009)

“She snatched the book from his grasp and studied it. 'Zebra Girl?' She said as he poured her a glass. 'I think I have heard that name somewhere before...' 'You have?' Morpheus raised an eyebrow in surprise...”

Devil Within
by MadMac

“Barbas was disappointed. He was expecting Sandra to have put up more of a fight than that. Having to rely on her friends to help her. He knew exactly what she was capable of...”

- Mawgan Tells -
by Mawgan Dell

“'But there's still hope. Hope can help a person accomplish impossible tasks.' Abryl shrugged. 'True, Hope can carry people through the impossible. But so can resolution…'”

Could be Worse or
Ya Never Know Whos Watching

by Mouse r.r.

“The tip of her tail had hit the enter key initiating the OS load when a puzzled look crossed her exotic face. At the bottom of the bag she found a curious cd very unlike any she had ever seen…”

Hellblazer: To Save A Demon's Soul
by MrWayne

“'All right. John. Can you help me?' He took a deep drag from the cigarette, savoring the nicotine. He let the smoke slowly trickle from his nose as he looked the Zebra Girl over...”

To Bring Joy... it's a Wonderful Thing
by Nate Brown

“He wasn't one of us. There are thousands of species in the galaxy. Some are rare, yes. Some you may only see once in a lifetime. Tool wasn't one you see once in a lifetime. He was once. The end…”

Dear Diary
by Phillip Podjursky
(2005)

“Last night was really freaky; I was biking home from the Big Halloween party (even though I don't fit in) early and saw Mike and this strange girl with him. Having my Curiosity getting the better of me I followed them…”

Operation: Silent Move
by Phillip Podjursky
(2006)

“'Well then we shall, as the Government would say, protect the lives of the American public. But I don't want it to get to that... you will come with us... it's just a matter of if you come voluntarily…'”

The Ascension
by Phillip Podjursky
(2005)

“'This Pastor is like one I have never encountered before; I could sense something with him, as if there was a Spirit with him. This spirit had enormous power, a power that was more powerful than mine...'”

The Black Winger
by Phillip Podjursky
(2005)

“'Oh, hi Sandra, I'm just reading a book from the bookshop. It's called ‘Mysteries that haven't been solved yet in World War 2 - The Book’. Its really quite fascinating...'”

Unexpected
by Phillip Podjursky
(2009)

“'Ten past One, gotta be a new record for me.' As she looked up from her watch she saw a man wearing a plaid jacket walking round the corner. As a reflex she immediately slammed on the brakes, but it was too late...”

Can't
by ShardZ

“Jack found a momentary, welcome reprieve: 'What could possibly inspire words like ‘Chica bow chica bow chica bow mow’? No, better not think about that.' All too soon, the next verse began…”

Chatroom
by Skullduggerant
(2009)

“MaryMcRockShard: Ha! No, seriously. It's not my business to ask where you've been, but you seem really edgy. Is there anything specific you need to get outta your system before we can talk?”

- Shadowverse -
by Skullduggerant

“'You, sir, are living in a damaged timeline. Whatever was ‘supposed’ to be, whatever that girl was supposed to become, will never come to pass. A new pen is on the page, and it is incredibly, unspeakably inept...'”

How Jack 'Got His Wings'
by Soap

“Jack swore for a good three minutes, then opened the door. Instead of a seven foot brickhouse of a man clad in old leather, there was a Gnome standing there. Jack blinked…”

- Tiger Boy -
by Stacy Dooks

“Once I was a man. But now I'm not. Now I'm the faceless champion of the hapless human race. I'm some figment of imagination, some piece of forgotten lore. I'm a hero…”

A Million Shades of Grey
by Tom Irony
(2007)

“Maintaining her stern look she continued speaking into the microphone. 'I believe what the artist was trying to convey was that this world that we live in is more complicated than any of us can even begin to imagine…'”