1945: The Shadow Warriors – Chapter Eight

Title: The Shadow Warriors
Author: Shadow knight1121
Media: Comics
Topic: Justice League
Genre: Crime/Mystery
URL: Chapter 8
Critiqued by BatJamags (GoodJamags)

Hello once again, patrons! I’m your guest host, BatJamags, and I’m back with more of The Shadow Warriors, the train wreck of a fic that wants to be about Batman but also doesn’t like him for some reason.

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1936: The Shadow Warriors – Chapter Seven

Title: The Shadow Warriors
Author: Shadow knight1121
Media: Comics
Topic: Justice League
Genre: Crime/Mystery
URL: Chapter 7 
Critiqued by BatJamags (GoodJamags)

Hello once again, patrons! I’m back with more of The Shadow Warriors, the fic that’s so edgy it’s a dodecagon.

I mean, just look at all that edge!

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1931: The Shadow Warriors – Chapter Six

Title: The Shadow Warriors
Author: Shadow knight1121
Media: Comics
Topic: Justice League
Genre: Crime/Mystery
URL: Chapter 6
Critiqued by BatJamags (GoodJamags and BadJamags)

Shadow Kill count: 5

Nicknames:

Edgelord: Shadow/Jayden Warney

Strawwoman: Breeze/Ally something-or-other

The Other Jason: Dusk/Jason whatever

Sam Motherfuckin’ Jackson: Gauntlet/Sam Jackson

Jean Grey: Phoenix/Blaze Zephyr

Comrade Communist: Red Crosshairs/Marcas Valitov

Weeaboo: Ronin/(Can’t be bothered to remember)

Iron Punisher: Thanatos/Thomas who-gives-a-shit

Agent 63: Hitgirl/Hillary Schank

Sovereign: Reaper/Flynn Anderson

Hello once again Patrons! I’m back to tackle a couple more chapters of The Shadow Warriors. And look who’s shown up to riff with me again!

BadJamags: How did you steal my non-nametag privileges?

Very quietly.

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1928: Child of Imagation – Chapters Three and Four

Title: Child of Imagation
Author: ultimatewildcat
Media: Movies
Topic: Rise of the Guardians
Genre: Mystery and Sci-Fi
URL:  Chapter Three
Critiqued by Angie

Hey, everyone! Welcome back to Child of Imagation. My name is Angie, and here’s the recap.

Last time, we met a new guardian named Image who prefers to be called Emma. So Image is called to the North Pole where Pitch is teaming up with an old friend of hers, now going by the name of Nightmare. Pitch and Nightmare then travel to a city just south of east jesus nowhere, which happens to be Jack’s hometown. Two battles occur which, combined, last about as long as the original battle of the five armies. The climax hits about seven words into the passage when Pitch hits Jack with a plot hole and he disappears. And now you’re all caught up.

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1920: Child of Imagation – Chapters One and Two

Title: Child of Imagation
Author: ultimatewildcat
Media: Movies
Topic: Rise of the Guardians
Genre: Mystery and Sci-Fi
URL: Chapter One
Critiqued by Angie

That wasn’t a typo.

Welcome back everyone. My name is Angie and today I’m riffing Child of Imagation.

(Immigration? Imagination? Who knows.)

It’s based off Rise of the Guardians. Ghostie has riffed some RotG fics, so I’ll save you the infodump. Basically it’s a 2012 DreamWorks film where mythical beings join together to defeat the Boogeyman. And it’s glorious.

Anyway, Child of Imagation. Let’s begin.

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1869: Coffin Rock: Retold – Chapter Seven

Title: Coffin Rock: Retold
Author: PureNexus
Media: Movies
Topic: The Blair Witch Project/Alpha and Omega
Genre: Mystery and Horror
URL: Chapter Seven
Critiqued by Angie

What’s going on guys, gals and non binary pals! I’m Angie and I’m returning with another review of Coffin Rock: Retold. We are about at that halfway point, and last time Garth kicked the map into a river in a fashion that has nothing to do with The Blair Witch Project at all. Promise.

So let’s continue!

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1860: Phineas and Ferb: Legend of Boggy Creek (ON HOLD!) – Oneshot

Title: Phineas and Ferb: Legend of Boggy Creek (ON HOLD!)
Author: Bowserbutt
Media: Cartoon / Movie
Topic: Phineas and Ferb / Legend of Boggy Creek
Genre: Adventure/Mystery
URL: Phineas and Ferb: Legend of Boggy Creek (ON HOLD!)
Critiqued by TacoMagic

Hey, peoples, welcome back to Wednesday.  Now that the birthday festivities are behind us, and the repair crews are busy handling the aftermath, I’m once again flying solo!

Since I’m on this on-shot binge, I figured I’d dig into an old favorite canon of mine: Phineas and Ferb.  There’s a glut of really bad fics in that canon, which makes it a wonderland of material for the sharks.  This time, though, I’ve found something that defies all… everything.  This week we’re going to tackle a Phineas and Ferb crossover with The Legend of Boggy Creek.

Now, if you’re wondering about that second canon, I’ve got a small infodump on it for you.  The Legend of Boggy Creek is a series of three budget movies from the 70s and 80s:  The Legend of Boggy Creek, Return to Boggy Creek, and Boggy Creek 2: And The Legend Continues.  Now, before you call me out on typoing, yes there are actually two different sequels to the original, and both are terrible.  This crossover, however, only deals with the first movie.  The first movie is a faux documentary-style horror movie revolving around the Fouke monster, a Bigfoot-like creature that’s allegedly been spotted in the Fouke Arkansas area as far back as 1891.  The movie was actually the precursor to the Blair Witch Project, as the later film purposefully utilized the same cinematic style.  The directors also cited The Legend of Boggy Creek as one of the primary cinematographic influences.

But that’s really all you really need to know about The Legend of Boggy Creek:  It’s a horror film about a swamp sasquatch which is stylized as a documentary (the film, not the sasquatch).  Despite how terrible the sequels are, I do recommend giving the original a look if for no other reason to see the historical origins of more modern movies that use similar stylistic choices.

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