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    Keys to SuperWhoLock

    There are some TV series that are very well known and popular. Of these, many attract rabid fandoms that follow the every move of the characters, analyze decisions, follow the actors, etc. Some of these followings are more substantial than others, and some can get crazy or rowdy. Supernatural, Doctor Who, and Sherlock (BBC) are some of the current fandoms that fit both categories. But why are these so popular? Why did they attract these fandoms? What kinds of other shows attract similarly crazy fandoms?

    • Korean dramas are gaining popularity. – sierrabam 5 years ago
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    This was a really good article. I started watching the anime with a group of people, and it leaves us laughing but it keeps us interested because it breaks the mold and does it with style. 🙂

    How Takeo Broke the Mold in Ore Monogatari!!

    While I am a huge Harry Potter fan and absolutely adore all of the connections, I do believe that while some of these are intentional that sometimes we read too far into the subtext of HP and come out the other side saying that the blue curtains mean something about a characters unacknowledged depression, or something, when she just wanted blue curtains because she likes the color blue.

    Why Harry Potter Appeals to Adults as Well as Younger Audiences