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Monday, June 6th, 2016 12:28 am
For the first themed week of June Bloom, we want to hear all about your past and present fandoms!

What are your current fandoms? Do you love a shiny new fandom that doesn't have a Fanlore article yet? Start one and help recruit more fans!

What is your first fandom? Feeling nostalgic about the fandom you started with, but haven't thought of in awhile? Create a page and revive your interest!

If your fandoms already have Fanlore pages, you can use the existing pages for inspiration! Are there any red links in the articles? Start those pages! The weekly theme are only a jumping-off point; you are welcome and encouraged to create any pages you want.

Some fandoms that do not yet have Fanlore pages but have been mentioned elsewhere on the wiki include: Batman: The Brave and the Bold, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, S.W.A.T., The Simpsons, Stephen King, & The Twilight Zone. Can you help get any of them started? You can also check out Fanlore's Wish List for more inspiration!

Remember: don't feel pressured to write a long, involved analysis for a topic. Fanlore is a wiki, so someone else will come along to polish things up and flesh things out. Simply starting a stub will plant a seed that will grow and bloom into a full article!

If you are new to Fanlore or need suggestions for what to add to a fandom article, see Fanlore's Help page on fandom articles for more information!

We would love to hear about pages you create or your future June Bloom plans in the comments below. Happy editing!
Friday, June 10th, 2016 01:55 am (UTC)
I boldly started Sex and the City, but help from anyone who can find fannish meta on the show appreciated!
Tuesday, June 14th, 2016 12:56 am (UTC)
Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell now exists as a stub, and I intend to put stuff in it. Anyone else want to play? Will cover fans of both media (book and TV)
Tuesday, June 14th, 2016 06:37 am (UTC)
my first fandom was either naruto or harry potter. i frequented mugglenet, tumblr, and quizilla a lot in those first years.

does anyone remember quizilla, by the way? before it was sold to viacom. i spent so much of middle school taking naruto quizzes and making awful fanfics in the form of quizzes. i don't even know why that online choose-your-own-adventure format worked out so well, but it did. i guess everything on the internet sparkled and shone to my young eyes.
Edited 2016-06-14 06:38 am (UTC)
Friday, September 2nd, 2016 03:17 am (UTC)
(*dusts off this account*)

I would start an article for the Batman: Brave and the Bold fandom, but I'm fairly certain I'm 50% of it and the rest is just the cult following surrounding the Music Meister (I am also part of this).

My first fandom was the Transformers fandom. That was...that one set the weirdness bar pretty darn high.