The Ω Universe consists out of three fan fiction series:
Powerpuff Girls Ω
Powerpuff Girls Ω is a fan story which mostly consist of crossovers between tv shows, cartoons, comics and films with some original characters. Due to the nature and the seize of the story, it is rich in references and parodies to these shows, comics and films as well as to real life events, real life companies and popular culture. This is a list of the many references and parodies that can be found in the story. The page does contain spoilers to certain shows, so continue at your own risk.
References and Parodies
Chapter 1 - The New Beginnings
- At first, Bubbles mistakes the Omega Event Monster for one of the Boogie Man's goons, from the Powerpuff Girls episode, Boogie Frights.
- The blind attack of Bubbles in the nightmare, after the descration of Alordayne Grotke, is a reference to the blind attack of Yumi against Walter C. Dornez in the Hellsing Ultimate episode, Episode X.
- The Zeppelin Affair is a major event in Hellsing Ultimate.
- The Center's interest in the Gates of the Underworld is due to the events of the Martin Mystery episode They Came From The Gateway.
- Lex Luthor' Presidency is a reference to the comics, where Luthor was the President of the United States for a while.
- The Octopus monster mentioned by Buttercup, is a reference to the Octobug, Bubbles killed in simulation, in the Powerpuff Girls episode Bubblevicious
- Helga Pataki's role as mayor is a reference to her ambitious nature and her fantasies of becoming the President of the United States, in the Hey Arnold! episode, Married.
- The story of Eddy's Big Brother is based on the Ed, Edd 'n Eddy TV film,The Big Picture Show.
Chapter 2 - In Memory of All
- Helga Pataki's marriage to Arnold Shortman is another reference to the Hey Arnold! episode, Marriage.
- The phrase, "A New America, a nation reborn" is a reference to the mantra of the New Founding Fathers, from the horror franchise, The Purge.
- El Tigre's turn to evil is a reference to one of the two possible endings of the El Tigre episode, the Good, the Bad and the El Tigre.
- Dexter mentioned how Cyborg and Bumblebee destroyed H.I.V.E. Academy once, refering to the events of the Teen Titans episodes, Deception and Wavelength.
- The mentioning of Jinx's reformation is a reference to the events of the Teen Titans episode, Lightspeed.
- After telling them about H.I.V.E. Academy, Dexter said: "Brave New World, what monster thy bring forth." This is a reference to the Joker's quote in the animated film: Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, "Ah, Brave New World, that has such putzes in it"
- Jasmine Fenton's request to Dexter, to not turn the potato into a cold fusion reactor. This is a reference to "Dexter's help" with Dee Dee's school project in the Dexter's Laboratory episode, Project Dee Dee.
- The Nightmare Dexter, Blossom dreams of, is Drax.
Chapter 3 - The Story of Dee Dee and Dexter
- The chapter is based on the Death of Dee Dee event in Snafu Comics' Powerpuff Girls Doujinshi.
- The tv show with the unfortunate name Blossom is refering to the Showtime TV series, Dexter.
- Genius Grove is how Dexter's city was named in the Cartoon Network online game, Fusionfall.
- In the library, Blossom is brushing up her chinese, a reference to the Powerpuff Girls episode, Helter Shelter'.
- The portal to Dexter's lab is hiding behind a bookshelf, with a book about supersymmetric particles, being the key. Supersymmetry is a theory found in particle physics.
- The invention Dexter created to track down those who create Extremeasaurus is named the Cambion, a reference to the Nephelim in Snafu Comics' Grim Tales: Further Orientation. Where Nephelim is the biblical name for beings born from human and angels, Cambion is a mythological name for beings born from human and demons (Succubus/Incubus)
- Blossom thinks back at Bunny's demise, a reference to the Powerpuff Girls episode, Twisted Sister.
Chapter 4 - Mandark's Revenge
- Mandark's use of Antidote X and his comment of Blossom being as weak as a regular girl her age and physique is a reference to similar quotes by Mojo Jojo in the Powerpuff Girls episode Slumbering with the Enemy.
- The fate Mandark suffered after having his soul locked in his body by the Grim Reaper, is based on the ending of the 2008 horror film, Pathology.
- The "Eternal refrain of Humanity" line is a direct quote, originally used by Pinhead while addressing Joseph in the 2000 horror film, Hellraiser: Inferno.
- The story of Imhotep, Mandark tells, is a reference to the events of the 1999 film, The Mummy.
- Jack makes references to have beaten regenerators before, namely Aku.
- Dexter makes reference to Gorilla Grodd, Avondale Napyeer and the Chipotle family, evil scientists from DC Comics, Hellsing Ultimate and El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera respectively.
- Dexter tells Coop: I know how to drive, a reference to the a quote by Damian Wayne to Bruce Wayne in the 2014 animated film, The Son of Batman
- When asking Dexter to teleport him,Coop says: 'Beam me up, Scotty,' a reference to a quote from the TV Series, Star Trek.
- During his expose on his backstory, Mandark makes a reference to the imaginary friend the Powerpuff Girls created in Powerpuff Girls episode, Imaginary Fiend.
- When confronting his counterpart, Evil Coop makes a reference to how Jamie locked them between dimension in the Megas XLR episode Rearview Mirror, Mirror (Part 2).
- Mandark teased Dexter after putting up a barrier, that according to him was twice as a strong as the one Avondale Napyeer had made that was so strong an 88 mm flak cannon was needed to penetrate it. This is a reference to the Hellsing: Ultimate episode Episode X.
- After surprising Mandark with an illusion, Dexter revealed he learned the trick from his uncle Ferguson O'Reilly, a reference to the Dexter's Laboratory episode That Magic Moment.
- The roles of Anubis and Charon are references to their places in Egyptian and Greek mythology respectively.
- In the battle with his evil counterpart, Coop is forced to go manual once again, a reference to the Megas XLR episode, The Fat and the Furious.
- During the last stage of his battle with Mandark, Dexter turned his gauntlets into lion heads and could cause small earthquakes with them, a reference to the Nemean Cestus from the 2010 game God of War III.
Chapter 5 - For the Greater Good
- The monologue of Mandark and the existential crisis of Dexter is based on the events of Chapter 6 of Powerpuff Girls Doujinshi.
- Buttercup's suggestion to punch Jason "Till he stays down", is a reference to a similar quote, used by Walter C. Dornez in reference to Alucard in Episode X of the anime series, Hellsing: Ultimate.
- Discussing Jason's apparent lack of weaknesses, Jack made a reference to the legend of Talos.
- Jason's ability to regenerate an arm by pushing the severed limb against the stump is a reference to how Deadpool healed in the animated film, Hulk Versus: Hulk Vs. Wolverine.
- Jason's ability to possess Bubbles and almost forced her to eat his heart, is a reference to how he transferred his soul in the 1993 horror film, Jason Goes to Hell: Final Friday.
- Blossom makes a reference how Buttercup knocked out teeth in the Powerpuff Girls episode, Moral Decay.
- The visit of Amanda Waller to Evil Kiva at the end of the chapter, is a reference to a similar ending in the 2013 video game, Batman: Arkham Origins.
Grim Tales: From the Other Side
Grim Tales: From the Other Side is a fan story which mostly consist of crossovers between tv shows, cartoons, comics and films with some original characters. Due to the nature and the seize of the story, it is rich in references and parodies to these shows, comics and films as well as to real life events, real life companies and popular culture. This is a list of the many references and parodies that can be found in the story. The page does contain spoilers to certain shows, so continue at your own risk.
References and Parodies
Chapter 1 - A Grim Past
- One of Grim's titles, The Lord of Bones, is a reference to the character Lord of Bones, from 2012 video game, Darksiders II.
- Mandy makes reference to the history between Grim and Boogeyman, a reference to the events of the The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy episode Bully Boogie.
- Billy's request to "Let the dinosaurs dance again" is a reference to the events of the The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy episode, Hoss Delgado: Spectral Exterminator.
- Mandy's idea to raise those soldiers who have died in the Iraq War from the grave, is a reference to the plot of the Masters of Horror episode, Homecoming.
- The 7 Seals that bind the Grim Reaper is a reference to the biblical 7 Seals of the Apocalypse.
- Pain's knowlegde of the Language of the Black Tongue is a reference to the The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy episode, House of Pain.
- The backstory of the Firstborn is a reference to the beginning of the 2007 video game, Clive Barker's Jericho.
- The backstory of the several fallen Celestials are in reference to their respected fictional origins.
- Lucifer was trapped in Lake Cocytus in the 9th circle of Hell, in the poem, The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri.
- Chernabog was trapped on Bold Mountain, as seen in the 1940 Disney film, Fantasia.
- Pariah Dark was trapped in the sarcophagus, which is a reference to the events of the Danny Phantom episode, Reign of Terror.
- Grim reaping the soul of God, is a reference to how Death almost did the same, in live-action series, Supernatural.
- The Three Judges is a reference to the Three Judges of Death, from Greek Mythology.
- Several characters make reference to how Grim allegedly became the Grim Reaper and how this soured the relationship with Velma Green, a reference to the The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy animated film, Wrath of the Spider Queen.