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    the only fandoms i've ever been super serious about were criminal minds (of all things?) and the mighty boosh. when i was in 4th grade i was obsessed with tokyo mew mew, but i don't think that counts. oh, and, of course, i was a huge mcr fan for a while. still am a big fan, but obviously in a very different way.

    now i'm just a heavy fan of teen wolf, which is pretty damn ridiculous. i'm also a furry artist, so i'm sort of part of this fandom obviously.

    i'm a slightly-more-than-casual fan of the zelda series, and i love various bands and directors. my favorite shows that i'll talk about on the web from time to time are it's always sunny, parks and rec, and wilfred (god yes wilfred).

    i feel so lonely without all these fun fandoms you guys are in sometimes~~
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    I started out mostly with Swords and Planets and fantasy fandoms. That moved into western animations and anime. This early obsession with barbarism moved into an obsession with dystopias, cyberpunk, and post-apocalyptic worlds. This later moved me into the hobbyist electronic community (radios), what was left of the phreaking and hacking community, and survivalism.

    In music, I used to be batcave goth, and slowly delved into the communities around glitch music, circuit bending, IDM, noise, DnB, and plain, ol' musique concrete, beat poetry, the postindustrial/neofolk community, pagan revivalism, and new age/UFO religions.


    I have some varied interests. :3
    The only things that have lasted have been furry and survivalism.

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    Hmm, I'm not even sure I can remember them! I used to be into Buffy and then Angel, which got me into fanfiction. Then Merlin was a thing, and Doctor Who (still), Sherlock... lots of BBC shows.

    Now I've been writing some for the recent X-Men movies, especially since Erik is German and I'm taking it in school, so it's good practice

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    i used to be a furry ew

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dire Newt View Post
    i used to be a furry ew
    We don't speak of those times -_-
    Watch me swooce right in.

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    Hm, let's see. Still into Pokemon and Sonic, getting back into Harvest Moon. Most recently, I guess you could say Skullgirls. The community for that one is pretty laid back (that's my experience at least). I stand in the shadow of the MLP fandom. Those guys have gotten weird...

    Though, I'm well aware of the fact that most, if not all, fandoms have people that take it too far or do stuff just for shock value, or both.
    No matter what happens, I will have always produced more visible work on my solo project than Ken Penders has on his in the last five years.

    I write and draw a manga. It's like a backwards comic. Give it shot, bro.

    "You can't just slap "& Knuckles" onto everything." & Knuckles

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    I have always been a fan of many things, but I have never been in a fandom.

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    I don't think Tokyo Ghoul even has a fandom or I might be crazy enough to be in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fibriel Solaer View Post
    I have always been a fan of many things, but I have never been in a fandom.
    this!

    I enjoy many things!

    Stuff form the past:
    - Dragonball Z (the series, cards, drawing, anything rlly)
    - Anime in general (since doh dbz is pretty much anime too )
    - Pokemon (the series, mostly the games, cards and pretty much just anything)
    - Cartoon Network lol
    - Fantasy (including collecting, dress up and visit fairs)
    - uhhh....many more I guess...what can you rlly call a fandom :O I mean I like gaming and movies, but not something in special :O Just lots of fantasy/fiction stuff tough!

    I pretty much still enjoy above things, especially:
    - Pokemon ^_^ forever a fan!
    - A lil bit of anime, not so much anymore tough (atm watching Hokuto no ken)
    - Fantasy/Dragons, will always be a part of me ^_^ (and a occasional fair-event)
    - Watching old dragonball eps ^__^ lolol

    I think the fandom I am closed to really "joining" is the FURRY fandom, the community is very social and full of creative and nice people ^_^ I like the art, and not particularly to sell art, but to enjoy other peeps art and the support everyone gets :3 Its very inspiring!

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    I always wonder where the line between "enjoying a thing" and "being in the fandom" is. Like, I was really into Free!, and squeed over fan artwork I'd see, but I didn't seek it out intentionally; I drew a couple doodles, but I didn't put a lot of effort into them/never posted them; I rarely ever ever read fan fiction of anything. I obsessively watch King of the Hill as a strange panacea, I even recently *read wikis* for some background info and **edited one**, oh god, but besides smiling knowingly at a gifset I mostly just chill with friends and watch it. I got sooooo into A Song of Ice and Fire (lukewarm on the TV series), wikis! fan discussion! speculation! fan art! but, I also mostly passively read what other people write, share a little, and talk about it with friends, I don't quite feel like I'm part of some larger community of people.

    The only specific fandom I ever felt like I was "a part of" was/is Redwall, but as a fandom, I feel like it's mostly dissolved.

    I'm part of more general fandoms/interest groups. Scifi/Fantasy/SpecFic (horror, weird fiction, etc). Comics (including manga). Animation (including WesternAni and Anime and Cartoons). The ~Art World~, but mostly just printmaking stuff, but I guess I'm always down to watch some indie or arthouse film or trawl through galleries and museums. Zines and alternative/self published press. Occult/Paranormal/Supernatural/Spooky BS... And yeah, sure, slightly more specific stuff like Furry, MLP, and Art Dolls&BJD. Oh and porn, I mean. Erotica, like even historical stuff that isn't illicit, I like that throughout time, humans have always been documenting their pervy thoughts.
    I'm picking up bits from my partner's "enthusiast" computer hobby (there have been 3 new computers built in our place in the past 6 months @_@) I also like to read a little bit on various "crunchy" topics like small scale farming/gardening, hiking (particularly nerding on the Appalachian Trail), homesteading, though my practice is fairly limited.

    I used to be pretty geeky for body mod stuff, too, I mean, I still am, but I guess as much as I appreciate a good tattoo or anything, nothing "standard" really excites me much, or compels me to learn anything really new, or follow anything doggedly. It's gone from "must know everything ever" to "oh yeah that's cool"
    apathetic.

 

 

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