"*phew* Good thing I'm purple." ―Purple Francis
For some, fan fiction is all about creative self-expression, but whenever real people are involved, it demands discussions on sexual violence and consent.
And so with our brains small, our meat huge, our pain endless, we tread onwards.
Don't worry Heat Wave fans—it's not just you.
K-pop albums could go for $10 to over $50 and some fans buy multiple copies to collect photo cards typically found in the elaborate packages.
Who hasn't confessed their same sex love and then immediately died?
I never asked if Tony Soprano would vote for Biden or Trump, and frankly, I don't need to know.
Pitchfork's positive review took Folklore from a 90 to an 89 on review aggregator Metacritic. For some fans, that's unforgivable.
The latest casualty of the fandom? Little Women.
The K-pop band’s dedicated supporters have long used social media to break music records. Now, they’re using their global network for social issues, even successfully raising $1 million for the Black Lives Matter movement.
When I got my Harry Potter tattoo, I made the gamble that I'd never be embarrassed by my love of the series. Now, I and thousands of other people who got the same tattoo as I did are trying to figure out how to cover it up.
Sephiroth isn't supposed to show up until the second half of the story, which sets up the remake's most interesting departure from the original.