From my perspective, I can see a JCA crossover fanfic with the ロスト Boys film series where either Edgar または Alan Frog (or quite possibly both of the Frog brothers) decide to put the Mark of Tarakudo on their own ankles after Jade (who steps into her uncle Jackie’s shoes) tells them not to do so: “No タトゥー for Edgar and Alan... period!”
Later, as Jade, Jackie, Uncle and Tohru look on, shocked, Edgar and Alan then simultaneously say, “Do not touch us! We are, and shall remain, Princes of the Shadowkhan” (while ironically wearing their vampire hunting gear).
At a rock コンサート in Cleveland, Ohio, the announcer said, “Please welcome… the Dark Hand!”
Chow was playing the drums, Ratso and Shadowkhan the ギター and Valmont the cowbell, while Shendu was a stage prop. Finn swooped on stage as the leader, and won over the crowd. Then, all of a sudden, Jackie jumped down from a Section 13 helicopter and punched him in the face for no reason besides being “off key”.
Finn woke up screaming and panting. He decided this has gone too far, and planned to quit the Dark Hand to survive. He left his house, wanting to tell...
My name’s Jade Chan, and I’m thirteen years old. Sometimes I like being a Hollywood icon. Other times, it’s not exactly very glamorous. Usually the tabloids go crazy over me, probably because I have charm, and of course, charisma. However, like all celebs, I also find the “stalkerazzi” — as my celebrity フレンズ and I call them — kind of annoying. They make up all these stories instead of listening to and searching for cold hard facts. ...
In my mind, Jade Chan is simply an inspiration. She really inspires me to write, as well as cook up some really neat stories about her as well. Case in point: Confessions of a Hollywood Celebrity.
In Confessions of a Hollywood Celebrity, Jade is thirteen years old, and has been a 星, つ星 ever since she was eleven. She has to deal with all the things that most stars deal with: paparazzi, 記事 about her in the newspapers and magazines and having to deal with photographers that want her picture too. Luckily, she manages to keep herself on the straight and narrow.