Author has written 79 stories for Xiaolin Showdown, Avatar: Last Airbender, Naruto, Invader Zim, Death Note, Jhonen Vasquez, Ben 10, Futurama, Star Trek: 2009, Hanna is not a Boys Name, Discworld, Phineas and Ferb, Supernatural, Yu Yu Hakusho, Gravity Falls, and Rick and Morty.
The part of my tumblr dedicated to Hannapocalypse can be found here! com/tagged/hannapocalypse
desdemonakakalose.deviantart. com/ is my Deviantart account. I don't use it much anymore.
Up In Smoke (and its sequels) : always with the apocalypses! I've got the whole timeline so far plotted out here, on tumblr (links provided): With convenient links! It takes place across roughly three years, following a gap year wherein the plot of the canon comic goes on as it would have barring Tessa Stone's breakdown.
The Hannapocalypse universe is a shared universe, populated also by Vaysh. With one or two exceptions, her contributions to the cannon can be found here: http://www.fanfiction.net/u/2936642/ (such as "Thinking of You", which is explicit and so exists only on her Ygall and tumblr).
A Little More Comedy: so to begin the original timeline, JTHM happens. Meanwhile and after the end of JTHM, Eternity in a Pickle Jar happens. ALMC is an AU of that. Then there are two ways to look at it, either A) there's a branching alternate universe in which everything is the same except that Mmy doesn't succede in running away from home and thus he never becomes Mmy at all, thus changing the course of events. Or B) at the end of EIPJ, the 'second chance' that Edgar and Mmy enter is actually the begining of their own timelines, meaning that the JTHM universe is cyclical, like a groundhog day loop, and people go back to their own beginings each time they die in order to live out their lives a little differently until they finally sort themselves out and move on. This interpretation is complicated and so I haven't really been pushing it.
I also have an A03 which contains a lot of my shorter stories that didn't feel like they belonged on FFnet, so if you're interested: