Basic Information Edit
Homestuck is a webcomic by Andrew Hussie about the adventures of four quirky teenagers from Earth who play a game called Sburb and unwittingly cause an apocalypse that destroys their world. They eventually learn that they have to team up with 12 alien trolls from the planet Alternia. The trolls had played the game before and ended up creating the kids' universe. They must now work together in order to escape from their doomed game session, which is a danger to both the kids and trolls. Despite their cultural differences, the kids and trolls make efforts to understand each other; they will have to spend a lot of time together in order to win the game again. Their ultimate goal is to reset the game they are trapped in and create a new universe with their friends and ancestors, all while fighting off supposedly invincible evil forces and getting into outrageous shenanigans that can only be understood by those who read the story that is Homestuck.
Starting on April 13th, 2009 and officially ending on April 13th, 2016, Homestuck has gained millions of fans worldwide, a majority of whom are known for the cosplay, art, and writings featuring the webcomic's characters, critical thinking skills regarding the complex plot of Homestuck, and a brilliantly diverse sense of humor which all fans share. Some label the fandom as crazy. The Homestuck fandom agrees with them 413%.
Undertale - CousinEdit
A short while ago, Homestuck's Uncle, Toby Fox, had a child called Undertale. They both have several things in common. For example, they both like the song, "Megalovania."
Hetalia - MoirailEdit
When they first met, he and Hetalia hated each other. But after learning about each other, they became moirails. Hetalia was always there by his side, like when Homestuck was waiting for an update for 40 days and started going crazy.
Supernatural - KismesisEdit
At first Supernatural thought Homestuck is a demon (which he still calls him that), and Homestuck got offended by that.
Doctor Who - Auspistice (Homestuck/Supernatural)Edit
Doctor Who really tries to make sure no fandoms kill each other, and in Homestuck's and Supernatural's case this is especially important, since both are capable of dying multiple times.