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James Prospect
Leela's Story (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6): This is a story of Leela's childhood, explaining everything we've learned about her past, and showing how she became the person she is in the series. Brush up on your Leela trivia, cuz there's a lot of info in here!
The Owl: In the aftermath of Leela's death, Fry responds in a reenactment of Edgar Allen Poe's The Raven.
A Beautiful Girl: Lars Fillmore, an ordinary boy of fourteen, is dissatisfied with how boring life had become. His parents are no help, and he's just about given up on life. Just when everything looks hopeless, a girl named Leela appears, and shows him a more exciting side of life. Everything seems to be fine, but what fate has in store for Lars turns “exciting” into ”terrifying“.
The Beast With One Back (assuming you're human): This is a term paper that James wrote for his Shakespeare class. It compares and contrasts Shakespeare's Othello and Futurama to examine the topic of monstrosity and shows how the pitfalls of human nature are what spurn people, real or fictional, into action. He didn't say what grade he got, but let's just say it was an A.
Jamie T Bentley
Blade Bender screen play draft A draft of a screen play for a short fan film called Blade Bender. See the February 2006 News Archive for details.
The Silver Blade's Sweep (Prologue, Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7): Remember when they used to reassure you about the dark? They were wrong. There are things out there in the darkness. Things that, shall we say, go bump in the night - in a big way.
J R Hosner
Fry-day Night Fever (Part 1, 2): The crew have a new member who comes from the early 21st Century. Locke, an ex-marine who has come on a failed mission to rid the world of evil men (more of which will be explained in the story), finds himself the centre of attention at Planet Express... particularly Leela. First up is a new delivery, which should test Locke to see if he's the right material for the job.
Perfumed By An Unseen Censor: Farnsworth show his employees his latest acqusition, the dicto-swap. Naturally this is a terrible toy in the wrong hands (read: in Fry and Bender's hands). Leela joins them when a chance to get back at Zapp presents itself, and hijinx ensues.
Bearer Of Bad News: During a friendly game of golf, the Planet Express crew find out more about professor Farnsworth's mysterious past. Noone is more suprised than Farnsworth, and the news have him very worried.
The ButterFry Effect: Armed with only his "wits" and a device that can transport him 5 minutes back in time, Fry must try to stop a series of events from unfolding. Dealing with the confusion of a time-loop is difficult enough for him, never mind when the person he cares most about becomes implicated...
Of Mice and Mensans: Fry, Leela, and Bender are sent on a delivery to a planet of intellectual elitists. When questionable events force them to stay there for the day, what are the odds things go smoothly?"
Anthology of Interest 2.71828: Three short stories in the traditional AOI format: An Amy/Kif engagement, New Years Eve 2999 if our three crew members had never met, and Bender finds himself Hitchhiking without a Guide.
A-typical Delivery (Part 1,2): Any time the Planet Express Ship departs for a delivery, there is an abnormally large chance that the seemingly simple task will devolve into a sprawling misadventure. This is just one such time.
Jenny Ngo
Fry's BFF: Realizing that his co-workers left him, when Fry starts to surf the internet on Amy's laptop, things get Gaia-crazy for him!! Read to find out!
Tori's Birth: And accident with the clone-o-mat gives Fry a really close new friend.
Revenge (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5): An ordinary universal takeover that starts out with the kidnapping and ransoming of a Nibblonian is not all that it appears to be.
The Loss: Fry made a promise to finish the professor's work after he died, except that the experiment could cost everyone's lives if something goes wrong. Will he be able to keep his promise and finish the job, or will he fail?
John Porteous
The Amy Baby Blues (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5): A 5 part story about Amy and her pregnancy, interested? Read on...
Johnny Vanda
Fry Wars II: Return of Leela: Leela and Fry are about to crash onto the planet Medisti 9, while on a delivery to a virus-ridden planet, but are met and saved by John, an inhabitant of that planet, and then some wacky times ensue.
Metal Gear Solid 3: Sons of Stupidity (Part 1, 2): Professor Farnsworth invents a time machine, only for Fry to start messing about with it, causing Leela, Bender and himself to get transported from PE to a place called Outer Heaven.
Death Clock Countdown (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8): The Professor creates a revised death clock. Fry and Leela race against time, Hermes sees cost savings in the company health plan, Bender sees a profit opportunity, Zoidberg nibbles a boot, Scruffy wears a kilt, Amy saves Kif, Zapp and Fry discuss gardening, and a butter knife makes a guest star appearance. Warning: story has 30% shipper content by volume. Plot may settle during shipping.
Rush Moon (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, 26): Fry suddenly returns after disappearing for a year, unable to remember being gone, toubled by weird visions, and surprised to find that Leela hates him. Reuniting with Bender, he tries to figure out what happened while a series of misadventures finds them on the run from the law, DOOP, and a cadre of bounty hunters. Promo pic by Graham Dawson