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9th Apr '18 7:52:16 PM igordebraga
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* [[http://www.Garfield.com Garfield.com]] as well as [[http://www.gocomics.com/garfield GoComics.com]] has an archive of every ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' comic strip ever published. There are over 10,000 strips. To put it another way, it's a 33-year-old seven-day-a-week comic. [[SarcasmMode Don't worry, you'll be done in no time!]]. And don't forget about a dozen TV specials, a 10th anniversary retrospective, two cartoon shows and some TV movies... and probably two films with Bill Murray voicing the Garf.

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* [[http://www.Garfield.com Garfield.com]] as well as [[http://www.gocomics.com/garfield GoComics.com]] has an archive of every ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' comic strip ever published. There are over 10,000 strips. To put it another way, it's a 33-year-old 39-year-old seven-day-a-week comic. [[SarcasmMode Don't worry, you'll be done in no time!]]. And don't forget about a dozen TV specials, a 10th anniversary retrospective, two cartoon shows and some TV movies... and probably two films with Bill Murray voicing the Garf.



* ''Franchise/StarWars'' is one of the biggest media franchises around, consisting of seven numbered movies (with at least two more on the way), numerous spin-off films and animated series, a monstrous amount of comics, hundreds of novels, over a hundred video games, and other assorted materials. Luckily for newcomers, the franchise underwent a ContinuityReboot in 2014 which trimmed the "canon" down to just the movies, certain animated shows, and all new material published after the reboot, meaning there's a ''much'' smaller pool of books and comics to catch up on.

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* ''Franchise/StarWars'' is one of the biggest media franchises around, consisting of seven eight numbered movies (with at least two one more on the way), numerous spin-off films and animated series, a monstrous amount of comics, hundreds of novels, over a hundred video games, and other assorted materials. Luckily for newcomers, the franchise underwent a ContinuityReboot in 2014 which trimmed the "canon" down to just the movies, certain animated shows, and all new material published after the reboot, meaning there's a ''much'' smaller pool of books and comics to catch up on.
6th Apr '18 1:01:57 PM Exxolon
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* ''ComicStrip/Popeye'' first appeared in ''Thimble Theater'' in 1929, but the strip began ten years earlier. While the strip still runs nowadays, the daily strips are reruns.

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* ''ComicStrip/Popeye'' ''ComicStrip/{{Popeye}}'' first appeared in ''Thimble Theater'' in 1929, but the strip began ten years earlier. While the strip still runs nowadays, the daily strips are reruns.
6th Apr '18 1:01:32 PM Exxolon
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* Popeye first appeared in ''Thimble Theater'' in 1929, but the strip began ten years earlier. While the strip still runs nowadays, the daily strips are reruns.

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* Popeye ''ComicStrip/Popeye'' first appeared in ''Thimble Theater'' in 1929, but the strip began ten years earlier. While the strip still runs nowadays, the daily strips are reruns.
29th Mar '18 11:58:35 PM bwburke94
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* The {{LiveActionTV/Doctor Who}} podcast ''Radio Free Skaro'' almost has 600 30-60+ minute long episodes. And that's not even including the special episodes like the 2016 advent calender episodes which are thankfully only about 5 minutes long each. And of course, there are a few episodes that are almost '''two hours''' long. Best have lots of free time on your hands.

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* The {{LiveActionTV/Doctor Who}} ''Series/DoctorWho'' podcast ''Radio Free Skaro'' almost has 600 30-60+ minute long episodes. And that's not even including the special episodes like the 2016 advent calender episodes which are thankfully only about 5 minutes long each. And of course, there are a few episodes that are almost '''two hours''' long. Best have lots of free time on your hands.



* There are over ''1700'' "[[https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=drew+pickles+goes+to Drew Pickles Goes To]]" videos and '''OVER 220,000''' "[[https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=secret+missing+episode+of Secret Missing Episodes]]", and that's not even including the countless other WebVideo/BarneyBunch videos. In short, you have to be [[OverlyLongGag really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really]] homosexually gay to watch all of this shit.

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* There are over ''1700'' "[[https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=drew+pickles+goes+to Drew Pickles Goes To]]" videos and '''OVER 220,000''' "[[https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=secret+missing+episode+of Secret Missing Episodes]]", and that's not even including the countless other WebVideo/BarneyBunch videos. In short, you have to be [[OverlyLongGag really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really really]] homosexually gay ''completely insane'' to watch all of this shit.it.
29th Mar '18 11:55:03 PM RAMChYLD
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* ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}''. The 1973 anime only lasted 26 episodes of 30 minutes each. That's around a paltry 13 hours of nonstop viewing. Then comes the 1979 anime, which ran all the way to 2005. How many episodes are there, you ask? '''''1787 half hour episodes''''', which a simple calculation will tell you that it will take around ''around 37 days and 8 hours of nonstop viewing to complete''. Wait, it gets better! 2005 wasn't the year it ended, but the year the show was overhauled! It ran another '''''497 half hour episodes as of December 31st, 2017''''', or ''almost 10 days nonstop''. To enjoy all the anime alone, you will need ''50 days and 9 hours'' of nonstop binging. And that's not counting the movies, of which there are roughly ''34'' of them. And the kicker is, ''the episodes are still being made'', with new episodes coming out ''every weekday'' and new movies ''annually''. Or the manga- even though the collected manga are only 45 volumes long, the rest of the manga that aren't in the collection are also printed across various other magazines since 1969. ([[KeepCirculatingTheTapes Good luck finding]] [[MissingEpisode all of the 1973 anime,]] by the way.)

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* ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}''. The 1973 anime only lasted 26 episodes of 30 minutes each. That's around a paltry 13 hours of nonstop viewing. Then comes the 1979 anime, which ran all the way to 2005. How many episodes are there, you ask? '''''1787 half hour episodes''''', which a simple calculation will tell you that it will take around ''around 37 days and 8 hours of nonstop viewing to complete''. Wait, it gets better! 2005 wasn't the year it ended, but the year the show was overhauled! It ran another '''''497 half hour episodes as of December 31st, 2017''''', or ''almost 10 days nonstop''. To enjoy all the anime alone, you will need ''50 days and 9 hours'' of nonstop binging. And that's not counting the movies, of which there are roughly ''34'' of them. And the kicker is, ''the episodes are still being made'', with new episodes coming out ''every weekday'' ''weekly'' and new movies ''annually''. Or the manga- even though the collected manga are only 45 volumes long, the rest of the manga that aren't in the collection are also printed across various other magazines since 1969. ([[KeepCirculatingTheTapes Good luck finding]] [[MissingEpisode all of the 1973 anime,]] by the way.)
29th Mar '18 11:52:31 PM RAMChYLD
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* ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}''. The 1973 anime only lasted 26 episodes of 30 minutes each. That's around a paltry 13 hours of nonstop viewing. Then comes the 1979 anime, which ran all the way to 2005. How many episodes are there, you ask? '''''1787 half hour episodes''''', which a simple calculation will tell you that it will take around ''around 37 days and 8 hours of nonstop viewing to complete''. Wait, it gets better! 2005 wasn't the year it ended, but the year the show was overhauled! It ran another '''''622 half hour episodes as of September 10th, 2014''''', or ''almost 13 days nonstop''. To enjoy all the anime alone, you will need ''53 days and 8 hours'' of nonstop binging. And that's not counting the movies, of which there are roughly ''34'' of them. And the kicker is, ''the episodes are still being made'', with new episodes coming out ''every weekday'' and new movies ''annually''. Or the manga- even though the collected manga are only 45 volumes long, the rest of the manga that aren't in the collection are also printed across various other magazines since 1969. ([[KeepCirculatingTheTapes Good luck finding]] [[MissingEpisode all of the 1973 anime,]] by the way.)

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* ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}''. The 1973 anime only lasted 26 episodes of 30 minutes each. That's around a paltry 13 hours of nonstop viewing. Then comes the 1979 anime, which ran all the way to 2005. How many episodes are there, you ask? '''''1787 half hour episodes''''', which a simple calculation will tell you that it will take around ''around 37 days and 8 hours of nonstop viewing to complete''. Wait, it gets better! 2005 wasn't the year it ended, but the year the show was overhauled! It ran another '''''622 '''''497 half hour episodes as of September 10th, 2014''''', December 31st, 2017''''', or ''almost 13 10 days nonstop''. To enjoy all the anime alone, you will need ''53 ''50 days and 8 9 hours'' of nonstop binging. And that's not counting the movies, of which there are roughly ''34'' of them. And the kicker is, ''the episodes are still being made'', with new episodes coming out ''every weekday'' and new movies ''annually''. Or the manga- even though the collected manga are only 45 volumes long, the rest of the manga that aren't in the collection are also printed across various other magazines since 1969. ([[KeepCirculatingTheTapes Good luck finding]] [[MissingEpisode all of the 1973 anime,]] by the way.)
29th Mar '18 6:09:41 AM jiimjaam
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* Multi-instrumentalist Zach Hill (of Music/{{Hella}} and Music/DeathGrips fame) has released music with more than ''35'' different musical talents throughout his career, with some of them being near-impossible to find a copy of, due to obscurity of said talents.

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* Multi-instrumentalist Zach Hill (of Music/{{Hella}} and Music/DeathGrips fame) has released music with more than ''35'' different musical talents throughout his career, with some of them being near-impossible to find a copy of, due to the obscurity of said talents.
29th Mar '18 6:08:53 AM jiimjaam
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* Multi-instrumentalist Zach Hill (of Music/Hella and Music/DeathGrips fame) has released music with more than ''35'' different musical talents throughout his career, with some of them being near-impossible to find a copy of, due to obscurity of said talents.

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* Multi-instrumentalist Zach Hill (of Music/Hella Music/{{Hella}} and Music/DeathGrips fame) has released music with more than ''35'' different musical talents throughout his career, with some of them being near-impossible to find a copy of, due to obscurity of said talents.
29th Mar '18 6:07:27 AM jiimjaam
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* Multi-instrumentalist Zach Hill (of Music/Hella and Music/DeathGrips fame) has released music with more than ''35'' different musical talents throughout his career, with some of them being near-impossible to find a copy of, due to obscurity of said talents.
28th Mar '18 10:59:24 AM MasterFuzzy
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* ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'' is over 820,000 words long, with a 27,000 word two-shot spinoff and a sequel that, as of chapter 3, is averaging roughly 12,000 words a chapter. This is longer than the first five Harry Potter books, plus the third one over again, combined. The next largest ''Harry Potter''[=/=]''Avengers'' crossover is 296,000 words long, barely more than a third its size. And it only covers the ''Prisoner of Azkaban'', with the sequel starting on ''Goblet of Fire'', thanks to the bulking out qualities of the SwitchingPOV, a grander scale plot and the author liking the sound of his own voice. As it is, he's promised that the sequels will be shorter and more streamlined, but it's still a pretty intimidating sight.

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* ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'' is over 820,000 words long, with a 27,000 word two-shot spinoff and a sequel that, as of chapter 3, is averaging roughly 12,000 words a chapter. This is longer than the first five Harry Potter books, plus the third one over again, combined. The next largest ''Harry Potter''[=/=]''Avengers'' crossover is 296,000 words long, barely more than a third its size. And it only covers the ''Prisoner of Azkaban'', with the sequel starting on ''Goblet of Fire'', thanks to the bulking out qualities of the SwitchingPOV, a grander scale plot plot, the fact that it's a MassiveMultiplayerCrossover, and the author liking the sound of his own voice. As it is, he's promised that the sequels will be shorter and more streamlined, but it's still a pretty intimidating sight.
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