Here’s a dial-up sound, to get in the mood before you look at any of these
An insane, rambling webcomic hosted on Angelfire is nothing new, but what’s noteworthy about this one is that according to the header, this comic was put up in 2010. That’s amazing.
Shockingly, this is the only Yugi-Oh! web comic on this list.
GNLIB’s layout is probably the most complicated, I mean, look at that table. That has like 5 rows in it!
This is a fan site for two bands I’ve never heard of. But it deserves special mention for the tagline “Welcome to the official Immanis Website, created November, the year of Their Lord 2000.” Yeah, take that mom.
This is a pretty quality web comic. It’s got like an archives and forward and back buttons and apparently some kind of commenting system. Also in the sidebar the author wrote “Frequent profanity. No nudity. No violence. No anthropomorphic animals screwing each other.” Which I appreciate.
This one claims to be the official website for some RPG I’ve never heard of, but it has a wikipedia page. Someone call Palladium Books because I will totally webmaster their Angelfire page for them.
Well, this one is clearly the most perfect website that has ever been made.
I have absolutely not idea who Tommy Bolin is and based off this website, I don’t want to know.
Beatles fan fiction has got to be the lamest fan fiction you could make. I mean how many times can you write about George and Paul kissing while Ringo watches from the corner of the room before it gets stale?
Some sort of Megaman RPG that decided it was going to become a Megaman Web Comic or something. I’m pretty excited to see where this one goes though. Hopefully there’s an update soon.
This is easily the best on this list. It’s a Chris Pontius fan site that sells Asian furniture. Finally, a website that does both!
Some pretty quality Buffy The Vampire Slayer fan fiction: “I’m sure you would like to know what kind of change happened to me. Well, it was love. Get ready to laugh. Get ready to cry, because my name is Buffy Summers and this is my story.”
Just your typical Lara Croft Tomb Radier/Lady Death fan shrine.
Look at that amazing Sarah Michelle Gellar tiled wallpaper. Can a tumblr do that?
This fan fiction site doesn’t have the vibrant prose and playful tone of Michelle’s Fan Fiction Angelfire, but I suppose it’s okay too.
Best tagline award: “GOD LOVES EVERYONE – ALL THE CHILDREN OF NOAH – ALL MANKIND
ALL THE CHILDREN OF THE RAINBOW”
Sparklefox’s favorite slash fiction pairings are Brian Kinney and Justin Taylor from Queer As Folk, Jasper Hale and Jacob Black from Twilight, and Sam Wincehster and Dean Winchester from Supernatrual.
As always, if you guys can find more, post them in the comments!
(Courtesy of Rebecca E.)
Finally a Torkelsons fan page that has everything I need out of a Torkelsons fan page.
(Courtesy of Mark Mosk)
This appears to be… actually, after like five minutes surfing around, I actually have no idea what this site is about.
(Courtesy of Mark Mosk)
I’d say if you’re looking for a Half-Life homepage, you found it!
(Courtesy of ilikeoatmeal)
Definitely click through for the unbelievable Bowie wordart animated GIF.
(Courtesy of kevkage)
This is easily the best one on this list. This is an Angelfire fan site for a Severe Trampoline Wrestling. Click through for a blood dripping and/or fire animated gif and get “severe in cyberspace.”