Welcome to Response Centre #1701, Department of Mary-Sues, Sci-Fi and Steampunk Division. This is a spin-off of the authorized spin-off at Response Centre #24601, but Agent Tomato (the author of both) has chosen to give it its own website because otherwise things could get confusing. Our residents:
April Halloway (and daemon, Fitch): A former chemistry student at the Jordan College of His Dark Materials, April has been with the PPC for thirteen years. She has worked in four different departments--Sufficiently Advanced Technology, Implausible Crossovers, Floaters, and Mary-Sues--and has outlived three partners. Her preferred weapons are a nasty probe-like thing and a revolver with explosive silver bullets.
Lora Riker: The semi-fic blip 'daughter' of Star Trek's Lore, Lora is a Soong-type android still trying to figure out the complexities of humans and the PPC. She has extensive knowledge of the continua that she and her partners frequent and a flawless memory for charges, as is to be expected from an android agent. Unlike the canonical Soong-type androids, Lora's skin is made of something silvery.
Beethoven "Moonlight" Sonata: Moon, as he prefers to be known, was born of bad punctuation in a Firefly/Harry Potter crossover and rescued by Agents Maria Falcone and Crispin Reed. After a brief period of intense flower-related paranoia, Moon is much better adjusted now. Any rumors you have heard about him being the founder of a "Flower Paranoia Society" are completely ridiculous. Oh, and he has a lightsaber.
Davos: April's Mini-Reaper (from the Doctor Who continuum), adopted from Tawaki.
Lenard McCoy: Moon's Mini-Tribble (from the Star Trek continuum), also adopted from Tawaki.
Dr. Cane: A Mini-Bat (from the Batman continuum), who doesn't really belong to anyone but likes scaring Moon.
The Batman Beings: Shadowy creatures that look something like Batman and, along with Dr. Cane, like scaring Moon.