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Britta Lundin

Britta Lundin

Britta Lundin is in the fandom fandom. She's a queer feminist filmmaker and total Gryffindor. She tweets at @brittashipsit.

In Agent Carter, Marvel's hotly anticipated first female-led TV show, Hayley Atwell wows as the complex, determined, alluring Agent Peggy Carter. Fans responded to the show; the premiere had the highest ratings for ABC adults 18-49 in over a year. What's not to love? Peggy does everything Captain America does, but...
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Legend of Korra ended last month after four adventurous but troubled seasons at Nickelodeon. The sequel to the hugely popular Avatar: the Last Airbender had a tumultuous relationship with the network, and after the third season, Nick decided to air the series online only. But fans who stuck with the show...
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In the opening moments of Anna Campbell's short documentary, we see a fan surfing Tumblr on her laptop as a TV in the background crashes through the opening titles for Supernatural. It's a familiar, comforting POV for fans of the show that's ranked the most popular on Tumblr in 2014. Campbell's...
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Tagged in: fan art
It's the coziest time of the year! Some very talented fan artists have re-imagined your favorite characters in their coziest and most festive iterations. Smuldering Christmas wishes come true! Our favorite truth seekers are finally showing their true affection, as well as, their holiday spirit! Image Source: PennyDreadfull Turtle Power It...
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Looking at your tree this Christmas, are you concerned it's looking a little, well, muggle-ish? You have a rich inner fan life, it's time to express that passion through your Christmas tree. Add a little Donna to your Noble Fir, a little Adams to your Douglas. Below, we've found some great...
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Remember when your Twitter feed wouldn't shut up about Allison Williams’ turn as Peter Pan? Love her or hate her -- and I dunno about you but our office cannot agree – it was a social media circus. While Peter Pan has a long history of being played by female actors, fan...
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You’ve probably seen artist Mike Wrobel’s iconic ’80s/’90s Game of Thrones illustrations, but he’s been a working artist for over a decade. We spoke to him about his influences, his favorite fandoms, and keeping the faith while making your rent. See more from Mike at his website, moshistudio.com, and his Tumblr, http://moshi-kun.tumblr.com. 1. Your...
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Tagged in: Artist in Residence
I think I just joined the ink fandom! You may have noticed a thrilling trend this month of artists stepping back from their computers and picking up a pen and paper to take part in (hashtag alert!) #inktober. But what is Inktober? Illustrator Jake Parker (http://mrjakeparker.com/inktober) started Inktober in 2009 in order to...
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The Walking Dead Season 5 premieres this Sunday with “No Sanctuary,” and we can’t wait to find out what happens to Rick and gang – last seen literally boxed into a corner in Terminus. For now, enjoy this feast o’ fan art that reminds us just how human we still are. The...
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The CW’s long-running hit Supernatural heads into its tenth season next week. While the show may be treading familiar asphalt in its later years, the fandom is still one of the most vibrant and vocal on the Internet. The Road So Far: 6 Scary Good Supernatural Fan Art Posters In preparation...
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Long Beach Comic Con isn’t the big kahuna, and yet, its intimate seaside setting is an exceptional venue for attendees to show off their fabulous, freaky, and fannish good selves. Between the stitch-perfect cosplayers and the shelves of comic book back issues I found aisle after aisle of talented, intrepid artists....
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Hogwarts is probably the coolest school in the world, but it’s a bit of a hassle, too, between the dementors, the ghosts, the revolving door of Defense Against the Dark Arts professors. What if you could still hang out with your favorite fantasy characters without all the drama and danger of...
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Hollywood could take a lesson or two (or seven) from these fan artists. These posters look better than most of the billboards I’ve seen along Sunset Boulevard. 1. The Maze Runner Loaded with easter eggs, hidden details, and (careful!) spoilers, this poster was made by a true Maze Runner fan (http://bloodygreenie.tumblr.com/). But...
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Fan artist Kiki Jenkins flips our expectations on their head with this gorgeous and surprising genderbent piece featuring Dean Winchester and Castiel from TV’S Supernatural. Genderbending, or genderswapping, is the practice of taking familiar characters and switching their gender. At times, it may be a political statement about the treatment of women...
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