So here’s a short Naruto comic that was heavily inspired by Gabzilla's excellent work, specifically the drawing seen above, where Sakura and Sasuke have started a family, and the Uchiha douchebag has somehow turned into decent dad material.
Remember Dragonball? Vegeta was this incredibly over-the-top scenery-chewing evil villain, who later settled down with Bulma, had a couple of kids, mellowed out a bit and just spent all day chillin’ with Goku and the gang. (But he was still, y’know, evil.)
That’s the kind of character development I’d have loved to have seen with Sasuke; imagine if, rather than going on this never-ending pointless I-hate-Itachi vengeance road trip, Sasuke had decided (after several Hug-It-Out Bro Jutsu sessions with Naruto, and if all else fails: getting bitch-slapped by Hinata-chan) that the best way to avenge his family would be to start a new one. And he would, of course, still be a stuck-up, snotty, arrogant Uchiha, but he’d try to overcompensate by being the dorkiest, most doting dad in Konoha, letting his kid get away with pretty much anything. What’s that, sweetie? You want me to put on a frilly dress and have a tea party with your stuffed animals? Why of course we’re UCHIHA that’s what we DO just remember to raise your pinky finger darling and be careful that tea pot’s still hot.
In a related head canon, Naruto should totally follow in Jiraiya’s literary footsteps, but instead of writing smutty orange books, he’d write children’s books and TV shows, like: My Little Horse Summons: Friendship No Jutsu, and earn a fortune on Tailed Beast merchandise, like the popular stuffed toy Kurama the Kuddly Kyuubi. (Although his ever-patient wife, Hinata, would then have to explain to him why it would be a bad idea to try and sell toys labeled ‘KKK’ on the international market.)
Oh, and in case you’re wondering: in the last picture (above), they’ve made a pair of Sharingan-spectacles out of old glasses with bits glued on them: one set was made with a tennis ball cut in half and Sharingan swirls painted on, and the other with a pair of Uchihorse dolls from the MLHS:FNJ line of products, that already had the Sharingan cutie marks. (Sasuke offered to show his daughter how to use a one-finger Chidori to carefully drill a hole through the dolls, so you could actually see through them, at which point his daughter used mommy’s strength-enhanced sucker punch to send him through a wall, ‘cause nobody drills a hole in her dolls. But she still let him wear the nice pair of Sharin-glasses with the Uchihorse dolls on ‘em, because she loves him.)