If you are looking for the best Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction, you have come to the right place.
Hogan’s Heroes is a 1960s sitcom that takes place in a Nazi prisoner-of-war camp.
There are six seasons of this show, with 168 episodes.
This series follows Colonel Robert Hogan and his staff, who are prisoners of war during World War II.
Though the camp that they are imprisoned in is fictional, it is set just outside Hammerlburg in Nazi Germany.
The prisoners secretly conduct Allied espionage and sabotage using a network of underground tunnels to help other prisoners of war.
Though this show is set in a very depressing context, it is a very funny show that won the hearts of millions during its original run on CBS.
It may not seem like the most popular genre for fanfiction, but hundreds of Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction stories are out there.
This article will explore some of the best and most popular.
Keep reading to find out more.
1. New Classic
The first Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction that we will look at today has over 9,000 hits and nearly 100 comments.
It is the most popular in the genre, and with very good reason.
This story is also a crossover with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, giving it extra intrigue.
In this story, Sam and Bucky take their displeasure out on the new Captain America.
This gives Pepper a new idea, and he thinks it is time for a new World War II hero.
This is a very fun story with many unique character interactions.
It is interesting to see how the characters from the world of Marvel interact with those from Hogan’s Heroes.
The author of this story is a great writer whose work you will not want to miss.
2. A Tiny Little Job
Up next is a Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction, another crossover, this time with The Guns of Navarone.
If you are unfamiliar, The Guns of Navarone is a book and movie series that takes place in 1943, right in the heart of World War II.
Of course, this makes for a great crossover with Hogan’s Heroes.
In this story, the team from Hogan’s Heroes encounters Miller, Mallory, and Andrea from The Guns of Navarone.
All of them are currently in Germany, and they get word that they are needed for a small mission while there.
They are under the impression that it is a simple job that won’t take long at all, but things are never quite what they seem.
This story is fun and intense, and the characters from these two different stories work very well together.
3. The Sheep’s Clothing Raid
The next Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction on our list is yet another crossover.
This time, it is a crossover with The Rat Patrol, a 1960s action television series that follows four soldiers based in Northern Africa during World War II.
This story is very intense and action-packed, much like The Rat Patrol.
In this story, Captain Dietrich goes undercover and poses as Sgt. Sam Troy.
He must now survive Stalag 13 and keep his cover as he completes his mission.
This story is still a work in progress, but there are 25 amazing chapters to get you started while you wait for the next update.
4. Earth: A Rendezvous with Destiny
In this Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction, we get crossovers with many other worlds, including Star Wars, Call of Duty, Indiana Jones, MASH, The A-Team, and many more.
All these worlds come together in one intense story you won’t want to miss.
This story opens in 1968, just at the end of the Vietnam War.
Following the war, the United States joins forces with all of the other nations on earth to protect the Sol System from the threat of the Sith.
With the entire world working together, there are bound to be disagreements and conflicts.
They must, however, work through these differences if they have any hope of keeping the Sith away.
The premise of this story is creative and unlike anything else on this list.
The fanfic’s author has used characters from many different movies, tv shows, and video games, but they have also created their own unique and dynamic characters.
Each character in this story has something important to add.
The next Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction we will examine is a short story with less than 400 words.
It takes place inside Stalag 13, and it only involves one character.
In this story, Hogan thinks of home.
He thinks of all the things he misses about it and all the things he hopes to be able to do again.
We get some nice insight into his mind and how hard being a prisoner is for him.
Though this story is short, it is one worth reading.
6. The Traveler Visits Stalag 13
Up next is a Hogan’s Heroes crossover with Harry Potter.
This is an interesting crossover, and it may not seem like it makes sense, but this author makes it work.
This story is just one small part of a much larger collection by this author.
The entire collection features Harry Potter as a time traveler who moves throughout history to prevent major atrocities from happening, and this story is no different.
Harry appears inside the office of Stalag 13 and quickly realizes that he is now in Nazi Germany.
He must explain to the men why he is there and what he is doing.
He tells them about the war and how it will end, and he tells them of all of the evil that Hitler and his followers have planned.
They must devise a plan to stop these things from happening and end the war quickly.
This is a unique story that you won’t want to miss.
Even if you are not familiar with the world of Harry Potter, it is still a story that you will be able to read and enjoy.
7. The (Unscheduled) Liberation of Stalag 13
This is the story for you if you are looking for a very funny Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction.
This story is a crossover with Captain America, but it may not be the type of story you expect.
There are no battle scenes, nor is there really any action to speak of.
In this story, Captain America swoops in to save the day.
He comes to Stalag 13 with his entire team, prepared to liberate the prisoners held within.
The only problem is that these prisoners do not want to be liberated.
Unsure about what to do now, Captain America must figure out his role when someone does not want his help.
This is a fun story that is full of humor.
8. Who You Are in the Dark
The next Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction that we will examine is a story that focuses largely on Colonel Klink.
We get to enter his mind and see how he deals with the stress and turmoil of his job.
In this story, he must face the truth of the kind of man he has become and decide if this is the road he wants to continue traveling.
When a prisoner gets injured, his fate rests in Colonel Klink’s hands, and he must make some difficult decisions.
This story deals a lot with morality and the harsh realities of war.
It is not the easiest story to read, simply due to the nature of its content, but it is definitely one worth checking out.
Up next is perhaps the most unique Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction on our list.
This story is somewhat of a “choose your own adventure” story and features crossovers from many different worlds.
This story focuses on Danny from Danny Phantom.
He is lost in the ghost zone, and it is up to the reader to get him back home.
Along the way, he enters many different worlds and runs into some interesting characters, including those from Hogan’s Heroes.
This is a really fun story, and it is not necessary to be familiar with each crossover world to enjoy it.
The final Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction that we will read is a story that is over 50,000 words long.
This story gets a bit dark and deals heavily with trauma and a few different mental disorders.
In this story, LeBeau has some major concerns about Newkirk.
He is thin, frail, and doesn’t seem to be eating much.
On his mission to help Newkirk, LeBeau learns some interesting tidbits about his past and how he turned into the man he is today.
This story focuses on finding a family that may not be blood-related and the importance of having good friends by your side.
It is a very sweet story in general, though it deals with some difficult topics.
Hogan’s Heroes Fanfiction: Conclusion
I hope this article has helped you find some great Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction!
These 10 are just a small sample of all the amazing stories out there.
So you may want to look at the other fanfics with this tag and find your own favorite among them.
And if you have questions about this topic, feel free to leave a message in the comments below!
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It’s nice to see this list. It’s interesting that it is so focused on crossovers. One thing your readers may want to know is that there is an annual awards program to choose the best of Hogan’s Heroes fanfiction. It is called the Papa Bear Awards. Check out our website to find even more great stories!
Thanks for sharing that site! I definitely didn’t know about it, but I’m glad it’s around! It can be really hard to choose “the best” but we typically focus on hits as a popularity metric (which often results in a lot of crossovers). We may do a no-crossovers list though too!