-M-MACROSSThe Macross Compendium
. A new incarnation in wiki format of a much older site, which claims to be the definite English language resource for this series.MARVELAppendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe.
A site extremely detailed bios, power descriptions and lists of appeareances for the more obscure denizens of the Marvel Universe. Spiderman you won't find in here, but if for some reason you need to know about the Aquarian or Sargon the Sorcerer this is where you want to look.Leader's Lair.
A fansite containing an extensive, but not exhaustive number of issue summaries, along with a number of character biographies and list of appeareances for some of the best known characters of the Marvel 616 universe. Several years out of date, but still worth checking for information about classic Marvel stories, particularly those concerning the Incredible Hulk. [NOTE: Site seems to have disappeared in 2014, but over the years the Wayback Machine has built a fairly extensive backup
.]Marvel Chronology Project.
A site that aims to list every appeareance of every Marvel character ever in chronological order. Useful if you are researching somebody in particular for a story.Marvel Comics Database.
The unofficial Marvel wiki. Reasonably extensive, though by no means complete.Marvel Universe.
The official Marvel wiki. Contains some information missing from the other wiki and the article format is better for reading.
-HulkThe Incredible Hulk Online.
A fansite with a good amount of information about Bruce Banner's famous alter ego, his friends and enemies. [NOTE: As of 11-05-12, the page has been transformed into a blog about Hulk-related news and merchandise, but the old site has been preserved
and the Wayback Machine has a backup
of the page in its old format with all the useful info.]
A fansite that contains detailed summaries/reviews of about a zillion comic issues where Spiderman appears and an extensive collection of biographies of secondary characters/allies/enemies. Useful.
Another excellent fansite, containing lots of issue synopses, character biographies and indepth articles about many concepts that might be of interest for authors writing about these superheroes.MASS EFFECTMass Effect Wiki.
Recommended by bullethead.MASTER OF ORIONHistory of the Galaxy.
Long document from the official site about the history of the conflict between the Orion races and the Antarans, prior to the events of MoO III.METAL GEARSons of Big Boss. A site on Metal Gear series with timelines, a number of articles, character profiles (not too detailed), weapons and vechiles. Moved from its old site, so few of the links are blank, but can be found on the old site.
Recommended by Tai Falkenburg. [NOTE: As of 22-09-10, this site seems to have gone offline in a permanent basis, but thankfully the Wayback Machine provides a seemingly complete archived copy
of the page.]Metal Gear Confidental.Covers several of the games up to MGS3. The MEtal Gear Solid section has alot of detail in the character sections. Some sections are blank or missing, but the info inside is helpful.
R. Tai Falkenburg. [NOTE: After being a source of viral attacks, the site has finally gone poof. Fortunately, the Wayback Machine delivers a copy
once more.]Metal Gear Wiki. Basically the Wikia of the Metal Gear games.
R. Tai Falkenburg.METROIDWikitroid.
The Metroid wiki. Recommended by judgeking.MONSTER RANCHERPojo's Monster Rancher Site. After Lelola, the only other site the covers this cult favorite. Covers mostly the games, but has an episode guide and section on characters.
R. Tai Falkenburg.
-N-NANOHAMagical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Wiki.
Self-explanatory. Recommended by judgeking.NARUTOLeaf Ninja.
Major Naruto information page. Good quality and apparently very thorough. Recommended by nick012000.Narutopedia.
The Naruto Wiki. Quite large and reasonably comprehensive. Recommended by Manthor.NEON GENESIS EVANGELIONEvaWiki.
It seems to be an unusually thorough fanwiki. Recommended by Shockz.The NERV Archives.
Very good fansite containing plot summaries for the series, character guide and an analysis section, among other things.
-O-ONE PIECEThe One Piece Wiki.
Online encyclopedia of this popular and long running manga series. Recommended by Manthor.ORION'S ARMOld
/New Orion's Arm Website.
This webpage is the heart of the Orion's Arm project to create a collaborative sci-fi setting. Claims to be firmly anchored to hard sci-fi and contains information that could be useful to other world-builders in their own endeavours. Recommended by Manthor.
A large Pokemon wiki. R. judgeking.POWER RANGERSA Writer's Guide to the Power Rangers Universe.
Database that covers pretty much everything there is to cover from Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers 1 all the way to Power Rangers SPD (season 13). Highly recommended. [NOTE: As of 24-06-13, original site has been gone for a long while and link now redirects to a Wikispaces-hosted copy of the old page. If the old format is needed for whatever reason, however, the Wayback Machine has a backup
.]Power Rangers Central.
Though not as exhaustive as the Writer's Guide, Power Rangers Central is still an excellent resource that covers all seasons that have been aired so far. Includes image galleries, an extensive database, character guides and episode summaries.PUELLA MAGI MADOKA MAGICAPuella Magi Wiki. A wiki dedicated to all things relating to Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica/Puella Magi Madoka Magica.
-R-RANMA 1/2Ranma 1/2 FAQ.
This used to be the very best Ranma reference page around, detailing everything from plot summaries to character descriptions, until the page went down. Fortunately, the friendly folks of the Wayback Machine have a very complete copy of the FAQ. [NOTE: As of 12-05-12, the Wayback Machine backup has been retroactively wiped out from existence. If someone knows where I may find the FAQ again, it'd be appreciated.]Ranma 1/2 Perfect Edition.
Nowadays the best Ranma resource around. Includes character guide and extensive plot summaries for both manga and anime, as well as a small gallery and a neat collection of links.ROBOTECHRoboTech Infopedia.
Recommended by Starbug.
-S-SAILOR MOONWikiMoon. It's a pain trying to find comprehensive (or even sane) Sailor Moon sites. This is one of the few I managed to find that might be helpful.
Recommended by Tai Falkenburg.Hitoshi Doi's Sailor Moon Page.
Contains a substantial amount of info that could be useful for fanfic writers, including plot summaries of every episode in the anime and a timeline of major events. This fan's webpage also contains additional subpages for other Magical Girl shows, such as Card Captor Sakura.The Sailor Senshi Page.
Contains a decent amount of information that can be used as a reasonable primer for the Sailor Moon universe.Dies Gaudii. Weird
Sailor Moon fansite with a number of articles about the etymology and mythology that frames the characters of the series. The link section leads to a number of places of interest.SPACE: 1999Space: 1999 Net.
A collection of fan-sites, helpfully gathered in a single web-location, which cover a variety of topics about this show, from character/episode guides to game mods that mimic the architecture of Moonbase Alpha.STAR BLAZERSCosmo DNA.
A fansite of large proportions that contains a great deal of information about the Star Blazers/Star Battleship Yamato series in its various incarnations. It also hosts a number of fan comics, including Star Blazers Rebirth (formerly hosted at the official site).STAR CONTROLUltronomicon. Covers SC I and II, filled with articles on the species and events in the game + references.
R. Tai Falkenburg.STARCRAFTStarcraft Wiki.
A good Starcraft encyclopedia that contains plenty of information about game units, storylines and the non-game elements of the franchise. Recommended by l33telboi.STARGATEGateworld.
A major resource, useful particularly for its Omnipedia
and its complete collection of Stargate Atlantis Transcripts
. Has a not particularly good wiki and an excellent, complete transcript collection
of every single episode in all ten seasons of SG1.Arduinna's Stargate Handbook.
A very indepth and comprehensive resource for all things Stargate (both SG1 and SGA) that, unfortunately, last updated around two years ago. As a result, the SG1 information only covers the very beginning of the Ori story arc. Still worth checking for Goa'uld and early Wraith info, though.Stargatecaps.
The page name says it all, doesn't it? The largest screencap collection of SG1 and SGA in the web, for those times when you need the visual input that an encyclopedia entry cannot provide.Stargate Wiki.
A largish wiki (3,500+ articles) that draws heavily from certain non-canon elements, such as novels based in the television series and the RPG published by Alderac Entertainment. Recommended by kingdragon.STAR TREKMemory Alpha.
The Star Trek Wikipedia and all-around one of the best fan-pages in the Internet.Memory Beta.
Contains pretty much all there is to know about the Star Trek expanded universe (licensed works that aren't part of canon, such as books and videogames). Recommended by judgeking.Ex Astris Scientia.
Another very good Trek resource with particularly interesting details about the spaceships of Trek.Daystrom Institute.
I know that this site has something of a history in the versus debating community, but from what I'm told it is still a more than decent guide to the Trek universe. Just be sure to check the color coding and remember that anything written in white font is fan speculation.Warp Speed Calculator.
Exactly what it sounds like. In case you need to know exactly how much a warp factor is equivalent to. Recommended by judgeking.Psi Phi: Star Trek Book Database.
Site has been wonky lately, there is every reason to assume that the page is not long for this world and, in any case, there have been no updates since 2008. Nevertheless, it remains a somewhat useful resource.STAR WARSWookieepedia.
Very probably the single best wiki about a fictional universe anywhere. No matter how obscure, rare or retarded is what you seek, Wookieepedia probably has an entry about it. Hell, it even has an entry about Star Wars wank
, which is canon
.Galactic Empire Databank.
As the name suggests, this one is about the Imperial warmachine. Not as good as Wikipedia, but definitely worth checking for info, particularly in RPG related matters.Star Wars Databank.
Again, not quite as good or as extensive as Wikipedia, but still worth mentioning. Particularly because it is 100% canon and if there's something wrong there it is because someone in Lucasfilm screwed up. [NOTE: As of 12-05-12, the SW Databank has been replaced with a largely worthless encyclopedia
, but the Wayback Machine has backups of the databank
so we are good for the time being.]Star Wars Timeline Gold.
The best and most complete SW timeline there is. No more, no less.The Completely Unofficial Star Wars Encyclopedia (CUSWE).
Essentially, Wookieepedia's grandma and for many years the best SW resource in the Internet. Although it doesn't have photos for its entries, CUSWE deserves a mention just for being such a veteran... and it could be useful if you need a secondary reference site because Wookieepedia is down or some such thing.Fan Fiction Resource board at Theforce.net.
Very particularly check the Official New Fan Fic Index
thread, that is a list of all the resources that this forum offers. [NOTE: As of 12-05-12, the Jedi Council Boards is undergoing a forum migration that has invalidated these links. The status of the previously available resources is undetermined at this point.] [NOTE 2: As of 24-06-13, the boards are active once again, but they are having some issues with old posts. In any case, links updated.]The Star Wars Technical Commentaries
and Domus Publica
. Two sites with plenty of analysis and good essays about the SW universe. Of particular interest in the former is the study of Imperial and Rebel military ranks and in the latter we have some intriguing insights about Imperial society, beyond the basics that we see in the movies. [NOTE: As of 24-06-13, Domus Publica has been gone for a while. Wayback Machine has a backup
for interested readers.]SUPER ROBOT WARSThe Gate of Magus. Information in varying detail about the Original Generation characters and mecha from the Super Robot Wars games.
-T-TENCHI MUYOTenchi Muyo! FAQ.
One of the very few Tenchi Muyo reference pages in English, this FAQ explains the different 'canons' of the Tenchi multiverse and hosts a number of articles about some of the most arcane oddities in the OVA continuity.TERMINATORTerminator Wiki.
A wiki of apparently acceptable quality, although it seems to be a bit in the small side (less than 600 entries). R. Argosh.TRANSFORMERSTeletraan I.
The Transformers Wiki. Recommended by Starbug.
-V-V FOR VENDETTAV for Vendetta Shrine. A shrine for the comic, provides a timeline, a few articles, etc.
R. Tai Falkenburg.
-W-WARCRAFTWorld of Warcraft Universe Guide.
Aka the WoWWiki. Recommended by Manthor.WARHAMMER 40K
/WARHAMMER FANTASYOfficial Games Workshop page.
The official sites hosted by Games Workshop have a lot of interesting resources, such as background information, little known factoids...40K Wiki
. Three wikis about the Warhammer settings. The first covers the dark, grim future, Hammerwiki is about the Fantasy setting and Lexicanum has a version for both universes.WHEEL OF TIMEA Beginning.
A decent sized wiki (1200+ articles) that has been growing steadily for two years now. Good resource for quick consults.Seven Spokes: A Wheel Of Time Chronology.
The most interesting feature of this site is, of course, its excellent chronology, but it also contains some interesting information about characters and a few maps about key points in WOTverse history.The WOT Encylopaedia.
The page that the WOT wiki wants to become when it grows up. This page is at present the best WOT resource out there, with extremely detailed summaries of every single chapter
of all the books that have been published so far.The WOT Faq.
Your friendly neighbourhood primer to the WOT universe. It is now fully updated (check the sky for flying pigs).WORMWorm Resources Thread.
Created and maintained by Ack. Can also be located at Sufficient Velocity and Questionable Questing.
A rather acceptable Wiki that provides information about the enemies of humanity and the technology used by X-Com in the games, although much of the information focuses too heavily in the in-game statistics.X-COM: UFO Defense. Another site for the X-Com series, covering the first two games with screenshots of the various UFOpedias.
R. Tai Falkenburg.*ARCHIVES*
I suppose that I don't have to explain this one. It is, after all, the single largest repository of fanfiction in the Internet. Adult material cannot be posted in FF.net, according to the (often ignored) site rules.FictionPress.
A sister site of FF.net and one of the biggest (if not the biggest) place to find original fiction in Internet.Archive Of Our Own (AO3).
Mid-sized multi-fandom archive that seems associated with the Yuletide organization. Navigation is a bit awkward.Ficwad.
A smaller archive that hosts fics of all genres. Essentially, like FF.net with a buggier interface and adult content allowed.Skyehawke.
Another generalist archive, created in 2003 and which currently has 16,000 fics in total. Accepts adult content. Recommended by Sean Mulligan.
YourFanfiction. Small generalist archive that apparently was created or popularized in the wake of FF.net's last mass deletion of fics. Thus, a majority of its three or so thousand fics are works formerly hosted in FF.net and reposted here. Sadly, the administrators of the site have stated that they can no longer run the site themselves and that if no one else steps up to take charge of the matter, they'll have to close the page. Adult content is allowed, incidentally. Recommended by DTravler. [NOTE: Site went offline a while back and, as is usual for such pages, the Wayback Machine backup is deeply inadequate.]Yuletide.
Also known as The Obscure Fandom Fic Exchange. An archive that contains several thousand fics (generally short stories) written for a large number of fandoms, ranging from futuristic cartoons to religious literature.AdultFanfiction.net.
Like FF.net, but for adult content. Described sometimes as the Uberpit of Voles. And with good reason, since no matter how weird your fetishes, there is something in this archive guaranteed to creep you out. Reader caution required. Recommended by Manthor.Crossover Fanfiction Archive.
A small archive formerly hosting around four hundred crossover fics, which disappeared sometime in early 2010. Though parts of the site are stored in the Wayback Machine
, only a few of the stories seem to have been saved this way. Nevertheless, listed here for the sake of completeness. Recommended by ACE Albert.
A pretty large archive that mostly hosts fanfictions based in anime/manga universes. Adult content allowed.Shoujo-Ai Archive.
An archive solely focused in anime/manga fics that explore lesbian pairings and relationships. This site contains stories that range from the purely romantical to the downright pornographic. Reader caution advised. [NOTE: The archive is gone, but for the time being a 2014 mirror
has been generously set up by SV denizen grawity.]The Fanfiction Forum.
A board that used to be the hangout for a number of rather prominent fanfic writers for a number of anime fandoms. However, the board's administrator vanished a while back and registration has been closed for just as long, so if you want to check the fics that were only posted in there you'd better head for TFF Archive instead. [NOTE: Following the relocation of the TFF community to a copy of the old boards
, the old address has been largely abandoned and TFF Archive has been shut down by its creator as redundant at this point.]The Fanfiction Mailing List.
An old, old, old mailing list that did much to popularize anime fanfiction in the nineties, having been the hangout for many well known authors
and the place in which many classic fanfics from Ranma and other fandoms were first posted. If you have any doubts, check the FAQ
or visit the Archives
. Recommended by Mindpron.The Lost Library of Florestica.
Anime fanfiction archive, last updated in 2007. It is home to a fine number of classic fics and its contents are generally regarded as being above average. Some fics marked with lime and lemon signs have adult content. Recommended by Mindpron.Anime Addventure
. The Anime Addventure, started in 2005 (Roughly) is quite possibly the largest and longest running round robin in existence. While it started with Ranma fanfics, it now covers pretty much every series known to man, with close to 900 currently active threads operating.
Recommended by Nemuikougi.
-Videogames (general)-IcyBrian's RPG Fanfic Library.
An archive of 1200 stories set in different RPG videogame, although Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy 7&8 are by far the biggest sections. Recommended by MrEmperor. [NOTES: The archive is still online, but database issues make navigation problematic at best. Nevertheless, old copies of the site in the Wayback Machine remain functional.]
-Anita Blake-Pomme de Sang/Sourdre de Sang.
Archive for Anita Blake fanfiction, containing some three thousand stories. That this place contains adult content (plenty!) goes without saying. Recommended by Haek'Set.
A webpage that contains a moderately large archive of Babylon 5 fics, mostly stories containing Sheridan/Delenn romantic elements.
-Battlestar Galactica-Galactica Fanfic.
With four hundred stories in its archive (including some crossovers), this is perhaps the largest online repository of BSG fanfic outside of FF.net. Recommended by BobDL.
-Blake's 7-Hammer to Fall: A Blake's 7 Story Archive.
A now disappeared archive that used to be one of the main repositories for B7 fanfic in the Internet. Fortunately, the fine folks of Archive.org have collected a complete copy of the page
for our use.The Blake's 7 Library.
Also known as the Hermit's Library, THE definite online archive for B7 fanfiction containing six hundred stories. Recommended by ACE Albert.
-Buffy The Vampire Slayer-Better Buffy Fiction Archive.
An automated archive of moderate size (502 stories) for tales once recommended in the Better Buffy Fics List. Adult content allowed.I Need A Parrot...
A moderately large (~1000 stories) archive for Xander centric stories, including crossovers. Adult content allowed.Twisting The Hellmouth.
A fairly large archive containing several thousand Buffy crossover fics, as well as a number of pure Buffy/Angel fics. Adult content allowed.Xanderzone.
Another rather large archive for Xander centric stories. Includes crossovers and adult content. Allows femslash, but no slash. Recommended by Teal_Thanatos.
-Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers-The RRDatabase.
An archive for fanfiction and fanart based in this old Disney cartoon series. Contains a number of links for this fandom, a somewhat rudimentary episode guide and other useful stuff. [NOTE: As of 10-12-13, the site main page seems to be down, but is at least partially up
A Daria fan site containing a fan fiction archive of hundreds of stories, including crossovers. Last updated in 2011. Recommended by Sean Mulligan. [NOTE: Site offline as of 24-06-13, so link redirects to Wayback Machine backup.]
-Doctor Who-A Teaspoon And An Open Mind.
A large archive containing several tens of thousands of fics about Doctor Who and its spin-offs. The archive accepts all fics for as long as they are "related in some way to Doctor Who", including crossover fics and stories with adult content.
-Fallout-No Mutants Allowed.
A Fallout community that hosts a smallish fanfiction section.
-Gargoyles-The Gargoyles Fan Fiction Website.
A long lived and moderately large Gargoyles archive, including some crossovers. Has a separate section for fics with adult content.
-Ghostbusters-Sheila's Real Ghostbusters Fan Page!
Allegedly, the largest online collection of Ghostbusters fics and crossovers outside of FF.net. Also contains some non Ghostbusters fanfiction by the archivist and a rather complete collection of links for other Ghostbusters online resources. Recommended by ACE Albert.
A page originally created by the authors Jeconais and Crys to host their own fanfiction, which has since expanded to include the work of a number of additional authors (personally invited to join by the webmasters). Most of the fics in this page are Harry Potter, with a number of crossovers and a fair amount of adult content. Recommended by Sean Mulligan.Fictionalley.
A very large HP fanfiction archive divided in a number of sections: Schnoogle (novel-length fics), The Astronomy Tower (romantic stories), The Dark Arts (darkfics and assorted angstfests) and Ridikkulus (comedy/parody). Crossovers accepted. Adult content allowed.HarryPotterFanfiction.com.
A very old archive of HP fanfic boasting a large archive of 70,000+ fics. Good, if uninteresting interface. Admits crossovers. Recommended by ACE Albert.La Société des Femmes Dangereuses.
A page containing an archive of a number of HP fics written by a group of associated female writers. Last updated in 2006. Recommended by Sean Mulligan.PatronusCharm.
An archive for fics picked by the denizens of the 'Dark Lord Potter' forums. Focus in 'independent and darker' main characters, but fic quality is supposed to be better than average. Recommended by Perspicacity.Portkey.org.
Declares "No Fancy Slogan, Only Good Stuff". Without judging quality, it is a large archive of several thousand fics. Includes adult content and (a few) crossovers. Recommended by Sean Mulligan.Sink Into Your Eyes.
A Harry/Ginny archive with four thousand tales in its collection, including some crossovers and stories that are not Harry/Ginny despite the archive focus. Reportedly there are some very good fics in here. Recommended by Mindpron.The Sugar Quill.
A moderately large archive, not updated since late 2008. Considering their story submission guidelines, the archive was conceived as a haven for authors who regarded themselves as book purists (explicitly rejecting fics based in the WB movies). Therefore, the archive contains no crossovers whatsoever. Recommended by Sean Mulligan.
-Hercules: The Legendary Journeys-The Less Than Legendary Journeys.
A minor archive, containing a relatively few crossovers. Includes adult content, mostly slash, and a couple of crossovers. Last updated in 2006.
Also known as the Highlander Fiction Automated Archive. At just over a thousand stories, this archive is considerably smaller than Seventh Dimension, but still active at present. Accepts crossovers and adult/sexual content, but all hosted material must be related to Highlander in some fashion.Seventh Dimension.
A rather large (3,300 fics) archive for Highlander stories, including crossovers. Not updated since 2007. Decent Links section.
-I Dream of Jeannie-Jeannie Sisters.
A IDOJ fansite with a comparatively large fanfiction section, dominated by a post-season 5 fan continuation of the original series. Also contains multimedia resources and mildly useful facts about the series. Recommended by ACE Albert.
-Lord of the Rings-Henneth Annun Story Archive.
A pretty large (4000+ fics) archive for LotR fanfiction. Crossovers accepted. Adult content allowed.
-Lost-The LOST Fan Fiction Archive.
A moderately sized archive (690 stories, as of the latest updates in 2006) for fics of the LOST series. Seemingly because of it being abandoned by its archivists long ago, the site is no longer functional. However, old versions safely stored in the Wayback Machine
remain fully operational. Recommended by ACE Albert.
-My Little Pony-Equestria Daily.
A blog that acts as the central hub for much of the recent wave of MLP fanfiction. Though not a true archive itself, the page contains extensive listings of fanfiction and links to locate said fics.Fimfiction.
Probably the largest archive for the MLP fandom in the Internet. Adult content allowed.
-Neon Genesis Evangelion-
Darkscribes. A small (250 fics or so), but apparently influential archive in the NGE fandom. Also hosts a number of crossovers. Recommended by Satori. Unfortunately, they have gone offline as of 04-07-11.
An old page containing a substantial number of crossovers between the Ranma 1/2 manga and other settings. [NOTE: Offline as of 24-06-13, so link redirects to the mostly complete Wayback Machine backup of the site.]The Penultimate Ranma Fanfic Index.
Although it was last revised in late 2005, the Ranma Fanfic Index is still one of the best ways of finding thousands of old Ranma 1/2 fics. [NOTE: As of 12-05-12, Rakhal Stormwarden has shut down the fanfic index because of loss of interest, but the Wayback Machine has extensive backups of the site
in its glory days, so we're good in regards to this.]
Still active archive with over 2,000 Sentinel fics, including crossovers with other series. Recommended by ACE Albert.
-Shadow Chasers-The National Register Fan Fiction Archive.
Formerly the SCFFA. Main online repository of Shadow Chasers fanfiction, including a large proportion of stories previously published in fanzines. Recommended by ACE Albert.
-SitComs-Sitcoms Online Fanfiction Board.
Contains fanfiction for a number of classic TV series (chiefly sitcoms such as The Cosby Show, Cheers/Frasier, Gilligan's Island and such). Recommended by ACE Albert.
-Smallville-The Level Three Records Room.
A fairly extensive collection of Smallville fanfiction. Contains some crossovers and the archive FAQ notes that adult content is allowed, so reader discretion is recommended.
-Space 1999-Space: 1999 Fiction Archive.
A small (225 stories) archives that probably is the largest active hub of creative work for this fandom.
-Stargate-Area 52: The HKH Standard.
A large (10,000+ fics) archive of Stargate fanfics with a slash or femslash theme. Recommended by ACE Albert.Heliopolis.
One of the older and larger Stargate fanfic archives around with sections for both Stargate SG1 and Stargate Atlantis. Adult content allowed in the Helio 2 section.Jackfic.net. Tales from Stargate Command and the Pegasus Galaxy.
An archive for Jack O'Neil-centric fics. Rather small, but contains a number of resources that might be useful for writers of Stargate fics. Recommended by nemo1986.Stargate SG-1 Fanfiction & Multimedia.
A fansite containing a rather large archive of Stargate fics (some adult content, some crossovers, no slash) and multimedia resources (screen-caps, video files and such). Also has a useful links section. Recommended by ACE Albert. [NOTE: Archive seems to have disappeared, with no copy in the Wayback Machine, but according to the Fanlore wiki, the archive's contents are supposed to have been relocated to AO3.]The Alpha Gate.
Yet another Stargate SG-1 fanfic archive of rather decent size (4,000 fics), this one with a focus in Jack/Daniel slash. Some crossovers, but no Atlantis or season 6 fics whatsoever. Recommended by ACE Albert.The Stargate Novel Archive.
An archive for novel-length (150+ KB in raw text format) Stargate fanfiction with hundreds of fics in its collection. Inactive since 2005, but still worth visiting. Recommended by yip_e_ki_yae. [NOTE: Archive relocated to a new address, link modified.]Wormhole Crossing.
A smallish archive for stories involving crossovers between the Stargate series and other fandoms. Recommended by her3tic.Wraithbait.
The main Stargate Atlantis fanfic archive outside FF.net, with approximately 9,000 stories in its collection. Accepts crossover and adult content (including slash). Recommended by ACE Albert.
Old archive for Star Trek fanfiction posted in the Usenet group alt.startrek.creative and related subgroups, plus the odd submission that allegedly form the largest collection of Trek fanfiction in the net. Inactive since 2008. Archivists ask readers to be considerate in their bandwidth usage and to abstain from doing thinks like downloading the entire archive in a single day. Recommended by ACE Albert.
-Star Trek VS Star Wars-alt.startrek.vs.starwars Fanfic Archive.
A moderately large archive spawned in the old ASVS Usenet group, mostly containing Trek vs Wars crossovers. Has a minor number of non crossovers fics of other fandoms, such as the Culture or 40k. Recommended by ACE Albert.
-Star Wars-Fan Fiction forum at TheForce.Net.
The largest Star Wars forums around had a proportionally large fanfiction section that has been unavailable for over a year now, but having recently completed a data migration to Xenforo they are open for business again. Sadly, some issues during the transfer (Xenforo limiting posts to 10,000 characters) has lefts the old stories unreadable for the time being, though there is work reportedly being done in the matter and the mod team over there hopes to correct the issue shortly.Fanfix.com.
An archive of Star Wars fics and crossovers that vanished from the Internet in 2003, along with a number of decent works that weren't hosted elsewhere. Thankfully, the Wayback Machine saved it for our enjoyment. Recommended (and link provided) by Sean Mulligan.The Pad-Ani Fanfiction Archive.
An archive for fanfics focused in the Anakin/Padme pairing which used to have a modest collection of 150 fics, until it went offline in late 2009. Fortunately, the Wayback Machine has an archived copy
and seems to have actually saved the stories in this case. Recommended by ACE Albert.
-Tenchi Muyo-The Tenchi Muyo Fan Fiction Archive (Old version).
The TMFFA was once a much more active and considerably larger site, but after a number of difficulties the more modern version of the site was taken down. Nonetheless, TMFFA remains the only place to read a largish number of old Tenchi fics. There is an adult section under the 'Lemons' subsection that contains some dowright creepy stuff. You've been warned. [NOTE: The site seems to have gone the way of the dodo in the live web, but the Wayback Machine still has a working copy
-The X Files-Ephemeral: The X-Files Fanfic Auto Archive.
An archive of X-Files stories, containing some 2,500 fics. Recommended by Malaskor.The Annex.
A (long inactive) archive for novel-length X-Files fanfiction.The Gossamer Project.
Allegedly the largest X Files fanfiction archive in existence.
-Total Annihilation-The Junkyard.
Once upon a time, one of the main repositories of TA "war stories".
EDIT 1 (24-4-09): Seeing that previous post size restrictions have apparently been lifted, the entire list is now in the OP. A minor update will be done in the next few days.
EDIT 2 (16-6-09): Checked the link validity for reference pages and added a much needed entry for Archive.org. Started adding fic archives for a number of fandoms.
EDIT 3 (21-8-09): Added a few links for Marvel and Gi-Joe stuff.
EDIT 4 (22-9-10): Major overhaul with general link revision. Additions for Evangelion, Power Rangers and Avatar. Some additional stuff will be added over the next few days.
EDIT 5 (1-4-11): General link revision. Included contributor additions and some extra stuff for Marvel.
EDIT 6 (11-5-12): General link revision. Added some stuff for Space: 1999, plus a couple extra links to fanfiction archives.
EDIT 7 (27-9-12): Added buncha new fanfiction archives that I found about through old threads for Anita Blake, Daria, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Star Trek, X Files and a whole bunch of additional series.
EDIT 8 (24-6-13): General link revision. Added some stuff for a number of fandoms and some contributions.
EDIT 9 (12-6-14): Added a number of contributions. Will do a general link revision over the next few weeks.
EDIT 10 (30-8-15): General link revision. Added various contributions for a number of fandoms (including Ghostbusters), fixed various links and some other stuff.