David "Davey-Kins" Gonterman:a fan-fiction author and artist who is known mainly for the controversial "American Kitsune" fan fiction story and the furry themed "Fox Fire/Scarlet P.I." webcomic series.
Dating back to 1995, he has produced a number of mind-numbingly convoluted fan fiction X-Over stories. His stories involve Sailor Moon, Power Rangers, and Sonic the Hedgehog series, which in his fan-fiction universe all take place at the same time. King of the self-insert fan fic, he was one of the first Sailor Moon fan fiction writers to insert himself as Serena's one true love. He also gained infamy among fans of the show's gay cast members; in one of his more infamous stories ("American Kitsune"), they died at his character's hands while his insert character made a homophobic rant justifying their deaths. He is also notoriously thin-skinned (he once wrote a story where he beat up poor Mary Jo Pehl of Mystery Science Theater 3000 fame, who had the misfortune of being a stand-in for his legion of critics).
He has also created a furry-themed webcomic series called "Fox Fire", which was later retooled into "Scarlet P.I." He also created a guest strip for It's Walky!.
He seems to attend the Shoji Kawamori school of continuity, i.e. pick and choose whatever you want from the previous stories and throw the rest out. As such, readers of his work should expect Kudzu Plots.
Christian Weston "Chris-Chan" Chandler:a high-functioning autistic virgin, and creator of Sonichu, a crossover of Sonic the Hedgehog and Pikachu - sorry, original creation - starring in his own self-titled online comic book.
His adult life has been largely defined by his goal of developing his webcomic Sonichu into a hit video game franchise and his Love Quest to obtain a "boyfriend-free, 18-[my current age]-year old, caring, smoke-free, non-alcoholic white girl" to make into a "sweetheart from the ground-up."
In late 2007, he became Internet-famous when he caught the attention of 4chan and Encyclopedia Dramatica. The initial fascination was spurred on by his willingness to wear a homemade Sonichu medallion in public, his childlike artwork about his unoriginal Sonic recolor, and his history of loitering in public places while literally holding up a sign asking women to talk to him. His reaction to the ensuing mockery led to even greater scrutiny of his life, revealing still more disturbing facts about him.
Who would win a Death Battle?