Category Archives: Find A Series

Here you can find all the multi-part series we’ve run.

Fans and Entitlement

Hate to say it, dear Wanderers, but the topic of entitled fans has come up again around these Towers after viewing some fandom reactions that have happened since the last issue. Yes, that is a very short time period, but … Continue reading

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Should Fandoms Have an Age Limit?

Or, perhaps a more fitting question – can you be too old to be a fan of something? Here at FWHQ, as you may have noticed, we love our Disney and our Dreamworks and other ‘children’s media’ so much that … Continue reading

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The Rest is Still Unwritten

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about fan-fiction. Now, I know we’ve written a good deal on the subject before, but there’s something about it that remains a compelling subject. So, here, have another one of Z’s rambling streams of … Continue reading

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Credit for Intelligence

It is sometimes the case, when dealing with media that is aimed at a younger audience, that you may find that the creative team behind the media feel as though they do not need to try as hard with what … Continue reading

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2 B A Master: A Pokemon Journey

Today – as in the day this is being written, not the day you’re reading it – for the first time in a really long time, I’ve made it to the Elite Four in Pokémon, specifically Pokémon X. Exp Share … Continue reading

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Branding in Fandom: Moon and Mouse

Competition is often perceived as something negative. The concept of rivalry is intuitively counterproductive to a particular idea of co-operation. One of the biggest risks with turning something into a competition or a competitor is that it seems to automatically … Continue reading

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Protecting Those You Don’t Know

Wanderers, it goes without saying that we’re quite fond of the people we’re fans of; it kind of goes with the territory. For whatever reason, we consider them worthy of admiration, and it can be disconcerting to find that others … Continue reading

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Gotta Be Positive

Okay, so, fair warning to all dear readers, this might be a bit of a ramble of an editorial, because it’s a bit of a stream of thought in places. I’ll try to not ramble too much, and keep it … Continue reading

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Branding in Fandom: I Will Always Love You

Happy (Belated) St Valentine’s Day! When I realised exactly what date this issue would be going live on, I instantly pitched the idea of a romance themed article to my beloved but highly dubious Editor. Their concern was, and quite … Continue reading

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Branding in Fandom: The Distinguished Competition

To kick off our adventures in this series, I decided to start with two of quite possibly the best known brand names in the entertainment industry – Marvel and DC Comics. Both were founded in the 1930s, both have undergone … Continue reading

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