FanFic World

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Name: FanFic World
Date(s): 1998 (first update) - 2000 (Wayback link)
Archivist: DrMM
Founder: DrMM
Fandom: multifandom
URL: (Wayback)
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FanFic World is a multifandom archive dedicated to "the best fan fiction from Power Rangers to Star Trek."

It has separate sections for television, movies, Star Trek, anime, and Caroline in the City. The only anime fandom listed in 2000 is Sailor Moon.[1]
The purpose of FanFic World is to unite fan fiction of almost every type in existance. Eventually the goal is to have a site where people can go and see examples of fan fiction for all of their favorite shows, without having to go to countless other pages to find them. It isn't meant to compete with other fiction pages out there, since in no way is it possible for one site to contain the volume of fiction out there. The idea is to contain a general overview for those unfamiliar with fan fiction, or those who simply don't have the time or desire to find and visit different sites for their favorite shows. A fairly comprehensive list of fanfiction links will also be availible in case someone wants to read more.
Currently the selection is very low I'll admit, however as time goes on there will be more and more availible. So submit your stories now :)[2]

The page was the ring homepage for the Television FanFic Webring and a member of the Obsessed Fanatical Fan Fiction Ring, and the Fan Fiction Web Ring.[3]


TV fandoms include: Babylon 5, Buffy: the Vampire Slayer, California Dreams, Caroline in the City, Chicago Hope, Early Edition, ER, Friends, Highlander, La Femme Nikita, Lois & Clark: the New Adventures of Superman, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, The Pretender, Quantum Leap, Remington Steele, Space: Above and Beyond, Star Trek, The X-Files.


Alien, The Crow, Labyrinth, Newsies, Star Wars.


  1. Anime, via Wayback, 23 August 2000. (Accessed 13 October 2011)
  2. The Goal, via Wayback 2000. (Accessed 13 October 2011)
  3. FanFic World Webrings, via Wayback 2000. (Accessed 13 October 2011)