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* The [[https://www.letsplayindex.com/ Let's Play Index]] attempts to carry out this trope by use of a bot that crawls Youtube in search of [[LetsPlay Let's Players]] to add to its ever-growing database.
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* The overall medium of art has more than enough content and people in it to last you a lifetime, and then some. Let's start with the fact that Wikipedia lists [[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_painters_by_name over 3,100 painters]] alone, and it escalates even higher when you include artists in other fields, such as sculpturists and architects (The other wiki likewise [[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sculptors lists over 700]] [[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_architects for both]]), illustrators ([[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_illustrators around 500]]) graphic designers ([[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_graphic_designers at least 100]]), cartoonists (over 900 are listed on wikipedia altogether) and science fiction artists ([[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_science_fiction_visual_artists well over 160]]), all from [[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_painters_by_nationality over 50 different]] [[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_artists_by_nationality countries and nationalities!]] To make a comprehensive list of them all would be flat out impossible--In fact, a 2001 poll counted over 2,500,000 artists living in the United States! Factor in the countless different styles and techniques of art, the cultures they were made in, and the fact that art history as we know it has spanned somewhere around [[http://www.visual-arts-cork.com/history-of-art-timeline.htm 2,800 to 2,500,000 years,]] and then you'll understand why art history books tend to be [[DoorStopper doorstoppers!]]
* To give another idea of the sheer scope of art history, here is just a small list of notable artists from 1375 to 1885; Juan Ramirez, Jose Luzan, Luis Melendez, Antonio Gonzalez Velazquez, Francisco Bayeu, Jose Del Castillo, Mariano Salvador Maella, Ramon Bayeu, Luis Paret Y Alcazar, Francisco Goya, Antonio Carnicero, Asensio Julia, Agustin Esteve, Zacarias Gonzalez Velazquez, Vincente Lopez Portana, Eugenio Lucas, Guiseppe Maria Crespi, Alessandro Magnasco, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Pietro Longhi, Corrado Giaquinto, Francesco Guardi, Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Giacomo Ceruti, Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, Lorenzo Baldissera Tiepolo, Paolo Borroni, Sir Joshua Reynolds, George Stubbs, Thomas Gainsborough, George Romney, Thomas Rowlandson, William Blake, J.M.W. Turner, John Constable, Jean Ranc, Michel-Ange Houasse, Antoine Watteau, Francois Boucher, Louis-Michel Van Loo, Jean-Baptise Greuze, Jean-Honore Fragonard, Jean-Baptiste Le Prince, Jacques Louis David, Pierre Prud'Hon, Antoine-Jean Gros, Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres, Theodore Gericault, Camille Corot, Eugene Delacroix, Honcre Daumier, Edouard Manet, Anton Raphael Mengs, Juan Andres Mercklein, John Henry Fusel, Caspar David Friedrich, Johann Nepomuk Kaspar, John Singleton Copley, Charles Willson Peale, Gilbert Stuart, John Trumbull, Raphael Peale, Rembrandt Peale, Washington Allston, Thomas Sully, John James Audubon, Samuel F.B. Morse, George Catlin, Thomas Cole, William Sidney Mount, Hans Multscher, Stephan Lochner, Meister Francke, Lucas Moser, Conrad Witz, Michael Wolgemut, Michael Pacher, Rueland Frueauf the Elder, Veit Stoss, Martin Schongauer, Hans Pleydenwurff, Hans Holbein the Elder, Bernard Strigel, Grunewald, Albrecht Durer, Lucas Cranach the elder, Hans Burgkmair, Jorg Breu, Hans Seuss Von Kulmbach, Albrecht Altdorfer, Hans Schaufelein, Leonhard Beck, Hans Baldung Grien, Wolf Traut, Hanns Durer, Hans Springinklee, Wolf Huber, Barthel Bruyn, Hans Holbein the Younger, Georg Pencz, Sebald Beham, Barthel Beham, Enguerrand Quarton, Jean Fouquet, Simon Marmion, The Master of King Rene D'Anjou, Nicholas Froment, Maitre De Moulins, Jean Clouet, Jean Duvet, Francois Clouet, Robert Campin, Jan Van Eyck, Rogier Van Der Weyden, Petrus Christus, Dirck Bouts, Hans Memling, Hugo Van Der Goes, Hieronymus Bosch, Gerard David, Geertgen Tot [=SintJans=], Quentin Massys, Mabuse Jan Gossaert, Joachim Patinier, Joos Van Cleve, Bernard Van Orley, Lucas Van Leyden, Jan Van Scorel, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Fra Filippo Lippi, Piero Della Francesca, Gentile Bellini, Antonello Da Messina, Giovanni Bellini, Antonio Pollaiuolo, Andrea Mantegna, Jacopo De' Barbari, Luca Signorelli, Sandro Botticelli, Pietro Perugino, Domenico Ghirllandaio, Vittore Carpaccio, Fra Bartolommeo, Michelangelo, Giorgione, Andrea Del Sarto, Correggio, Pontormo, Francesco Parmigianino, Jacopo Tintoretto, Rembrandt Van Rjin, Claude Monet, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Henri De Toulouse Loutrec, Auguste Rodin, Bartholdi, Rodin, Jackson Pollock, Piet Mondrian, Raphael, Donatello, Monet, Sandro Botticelli, Grant Wood, Edvard Munch, James Whistler, Georgia O Keefe, Alphonse Mucha, Edward Hopper, L.S. Lowry, Rene Magritte, Gustav Klimt, Titian, Cecil Bell, and Francisco Goya. Good luck.
* Also consider how much art the individual artists made themselves--some artists like Creator/PabloPicasso were so productive and prolific, that it would be literally impossible to compile all of his work into any one reference book. Artists like Rembrandt made approximately 600 paintings, 300 etchings, and 1400 drawings.
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* Currently holding the record (for those who can read it): ''Manga/{{Golgo 13}}'', 155 volumes running for nearly 50 years -- and that's just the manga.

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* Currently holding the record (for those who can read it): ''Manga/{{Golgo 13}}'', ''Manga/Golgo13'', 155 volumes running for nearly 50 years -- and that's just the manga.



[[folder:Audio Play]]
* ''AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho''. Has a rather massive [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho recap page]] on this wiki.

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[[folder:Arts]]
* ''AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho''. Has The overall medium of art has more than enough content and people in it to last you a rather massive [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho recap page]] lifetime, and then some. Let's start with the fact that Wikipedia lists [[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_painters_by_name over 3,100 painters]] alone, and it escalates even higher when you include artists in other fields, such as sculpturists and architects (The other wiki likewise [[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sculptors lists over 700]] [[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_architects for both]]), illustrators ([[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_illustrators around 500]]) graphic designers ([[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_graphic_designers at least 100]]), cartoonists (over 900 are listed on this wiki.wikipedia altogether) and science fiction artists ([[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_science_fiction_visual_artists well over 160]]), all from [[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_painters_by_nationality over 50 different]] [[http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_artists_by_nationality countries and nationalities!]] To make a comprehensive list of them all would be flat out impossible--In fact, a 2001 poll counted over 2,500,000 artists living in the United States! Factor in the countless different styles and techniques of art, the cultures they were made in, and the fact that art history as we know it has spanned somewhere around [[http://www.visual-arts-cork.com/history-of-art-timeline.htm 2,800 to 2,500,000 years,]] and then you'll understand why art history books tend to be [[DoorStopper doorstoppers!]]
* To give another idea of the sheer scope of art history, here is just a small list of notable artists from 1375 to 1885; Juan Ramirez, Jose Luzan, Luis Melendez, Antonio Gonzalez Velazquez, Francisco Bayeu, Jose Del Castillo, Mariano Salvador Maella, Ramon Bayeu, Luis Paret Y Alcazar, Francisco Goya, Antonio Carnicero, Asensio Julia, Agustin Esteve, Zacarias Gonzalez Velazquez, Vincente Lopez Portana, Eugenio Lucas, Guiseppe Maria Crespi, Alessandro Magnasco, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Pietro Longhi, Corrado Giaquinto, Francesco Guardi, Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Giacomo Ceruti, Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, Lorenzo Baldissera Tiepolo, Paolo Borroni, Sir Joshua Reynolds, George Stubbs, Thomas Gainsborough, George Romney, Thomas Rowlandson, William Blake, J.M.W. Turner, John Constable, Jean Ranc, Michel-Ange Houasse, Antoine Watteau, Francois Boucher, Louis-Michel Van Loo, Jean-Baptise Greuze, Jean-Honore Fragonard, Jean-Baptiste Le Prince, Jacques Louis David, Pierre Prud'Hon, Antoine-Jean Gros, Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres, Theodore Gericault, Camille Corot, Eugene Delacroix, Honcre Daumier, Edouard Manet, Anton Raphael Mengs, Juan Andres Mercklein, John Henry Fusel, Caspar David Friedrich, Johann Nepomuk Kaspar, John Singleton Copley, Charles Willson Peale, Gilbert Stuart, John Trumbull, Raphael Peale, Rembrandt Peale, Washington Allston, Thomas Sully, John James Audubon, Samuel F.B. Morse, George Catlin, Thomas Cole, William Sidney Mount, Hans Multscher, Stephan Lochner, Meister Francke, Lucas Moser, Conrad Witz, Michael Wolgemut, Michael Pacher, Rueland Frueauf the Elder, Veit Stoss, Martin Schongauer, Hans Pleydenwurff, Hans Holbein the Elder, Bernard Strigel, Grunewald, Albrecht Durer, Lucas Cranach the elder, Hans Burgkmair, Jorg Breu, Hans Seuss Von Kulmbach, Albrecht Altdorfer, Hans Schaufelein, Leonhard Beck, Hans Baldung Grien, Wolf Traut, Hanns Durer, Hans Springinklee, Wolf Huber, Barthel Bruyn, Hans Holbein the Younger, Georg Pencz, Sebald Beham, Barthel Beham, Enguerrand Quarton, Jean Fouquet, Simon Marmion, The Master of King Rene D'Anjou, Nicholas Froment, Maitre De Moulins, Jean Clouet, Jean Duvet, Francois Clouet, Robert Campin, Jan Van Eyck, Rogier Van Der Weyden, Petrus Christus, Dirck Bouts, Hans Memling, Hugo Van Der Goes, Hieronymus Bosch, Gerard David, Geertgen Tot [=SintJans=], Quentin Massys, Mabuse Jan Gossaert, Joachim Patinier, Joos Van Cleve, Bernard Van Orley, Lucas Van Leyden, Jan Van Scorel, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Fra Filippo Lippi, Piero Della Francesca, Gentile Bellini, Antonello Da Messina, Giovanni Bellini, Antonio Pollaiuolo, Andrea Mantegna, Jacopo De' Barbari, Luca Signorelli, Sandro Botticelli, Pietro Perugino, Domenico Ghirllandaio, Vittore Carpaccio, Fra Bartolommeo, Michelangelo, Giorgione, Andrea Del Sarto, Correggio, Pontormo, Francesco Parmigianino, Jacopo Tintoretto, Rembrandt Van Rjin, Claude Monet, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Henri De Toulouse Loutrec, Auguste Rodin, Bartholdi, Rodin, Jackson Pollock, Piet Mondrian, Raphael, Donatello, Monet, Sandro Botticelli, Grant Wood, Edvard Munch, James Whistler, Georgia O Keefe, Alphonse Mucha, Edward Hopper, L.S. Lowry, Rene Magritte, Gustav Klimt, Titian, Cecil Bell, and Francisco Goya. Good luck.
* Also consider how much art the individual artists made themselves -- some artists like Creator/PabloPicasso were so productive and prolific, that it would be literally impossible to compile all of his work into any one reference book. Artists like Rembrandt made approximately 600 paintings, 300 etchings, and 1400 drawings.



[[folder:Audio Plays]]
* ''AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho''. Has a rather massive [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho recap page]] on this wiki.
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* ''FanFic/TheRWBYLoops'' has more then a million words. Its snip-based format makes it more digestible--each chapter is a collection of small scenes bound by an overarching plot--but it can still leave one wondering how it got that big.

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* ''FanFic/TheRWBYLoops'' has more then a million words. Its snip-based format makes it more digestible--each digestible -- each chapter is a collection of small scenes bound by an overarching plot--but plot -- but it can still leave one wondering how it got that big.



[[folder:Films]]
* ''Franchise/StarWars'' is one of the biggest media franchises around, consisting of seven numbered movies (with at least two more on the way), numerous spinoff 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.
* Besides their massive menagerie of animated features and shorts, the Creator/WaltDisney company has made a staggering amount of live action movies; there were 67 live action films made during Walt's lifetime alone, and the company has made hundreds more since then, and isn't stopping anytime soon. (Mitigating this somewhat are a large proportion of the films from the 1990s onward, many of which are either remakes of earlier live-action films or live-action adaptations of the animated films, and thus may be skipped if one is not a completist.)

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[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon: ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' is the 56th movie. It would take exactly one day just to watch all 19 of the Walt-era films (Snow White to Jungle Book) and 73 hours and 59 minutes, or three days without sleep, to watch the first 54 features consecutively. Creator/{{Pixar}}'s output adds on another 18 as of ''WesternAnimation/Cars3''. And that's not counting the direct-to-video sequels and spin-off series, or other animated output (or output that partially features their animation, such as ''Film/TheReluctantDragon'' and ''Film/SongOfTheSouth'') from Disney. Good luck.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLandBeforeTime'' has an infamous number of sequels. The total is thirteen movies with another on the way and a single season television series.
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Franchise/StarWars'' is one of the biggest media franchises around, consisting of seven numbered movies (with at least two more on the way), numerous spinoff 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.
* Besides their massive menagerie of animated features and shorts, the Creator/WaltDisney company has made a staggering amount of live action live-action movies; there were 67 live action live-action films made during Walt's lifetime alone, and the company has made hundreds more since then, and isn't stopping anytime soon. (Mitigating this somewhat are a large proportion of the films from the 1990s onward, many of which are either remakes of earlier live-action films or live-action adaptations of the animated films, and thus may be skipped if one is not a completist.)









* BlackMetal bands can sometimes fall under this trope, not so much for the releases of the bands themselves (although they can be hugely prolific - Music/{{Darkthrone}} has released sixteen albums and a rather large quantity of [=EPs=] and demo recordings, for example), but because the musicians in the scene often form solo projects or collaborate extensively with musicians from other bands, leading to numerous side projects that are often difficult to track down for people who want to hear everything the band members have recorded. It doesn't help, either, that the releases often tend to be pressed in extremely limited quantities, making it difficult to track down physical copies.

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* BlackMetal bands can sometimes fall under this trope, not so much for the releases of the bands themselves (although they can be hugely prolific - -- Music/{{Darkthrone}} has released sixteen albums and a rather large quantity of [=EPs=] and demo recordings, for example), but because the musicians in the scene often form solo projects or collaborate extensively with musicians from other bands, leading to numerous side projects that are often difficult to track down for people who want to hear everything the band members have recorded. It doesn't help, either, that the releases often tend to be pressed in extremely limited quantities, making it difficult to track down physical copies.



* Music/AyumiHamasaki has a discography of about 1000 songs if you count orchestral versions and remixes (not counting her 20+ concert releases). She just celebrated her 15th career anniversary in 2013. 15 original albums, over 20 remix albums (including 6 orchestral albums), over 50 singles, a couple [=EPs=] - you do the math. She also has over 100 music videos.

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* Music/AyumiHamasaki has a discography of about 1000 songs if you count orchestral versions and remixes (not counting her 20+ concert releases). She just celebrated her 15th career anniversary in 2013. 15 original albums, over 20 remix albums (including 6 orchestral albums), over 50 singles, a couple [=EPs=] - -- you do the math. She also has over 100 music videos.



[[folder:New Media]]
* Wiki/TVTropes. Which, [[http://www.irregularwebcomic.net/special/remix12.jpg apparently]], some people have tried to read in its entirety. As of March 29, 2010, there are 17916 tropes on the wiki, and the number is growing very rapidly every day. Even if you just skim each one, it will take you a ''lot'' of time... especially considering that there's no page which lists just the tropes - the most you can hope for is either the [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/index_report.php?groupname=Main complete list of articles]] (which is so long that it will likely ''break your browser'') or [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/index_report.php reading every single index]]. Referenced [[http://xkcd.com/609/ here]] by ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}''.
* Several of the longtime wikis take very long to be read in their entirety, and few (if any) have actually attempted that. Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}, in its English language alone, has almost ''five million'' articles. The Spanish and German versions are no slouches either.

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* Wiki/TVTropes. Which, [[http://www.irregularwebcomic.net/special/remix12.jpg apparently]], some people Plenty of old magazines have tried to read in its entirety. As of March 29, 2010, there are 17916 tropes on the wiki, and the number is growing very rapidly every day. Even if you just skim each one, it will take you a ''lot'' of time... especially considering that there's no page which lists just the tropes - the most you can hope for is either the [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/index_report.php?groupname=Main complete list of articles]] (which is so long that it will likely ''break your browser'') or [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/index_report.php reading every single index]]. Referenced [[http://xkcd.com/609/ here]] by ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}''.
* Several of the longtime wikis take very long to be read in
their entirety, and few (if any) full scanned archives available online. For example--do you enjoy the humor of Magazine/AmigaPower? Well, [[https://archive.org/details/amigapowermagazine here are all 65 issues.]] They're rather thick. Hope you have actually attempted that. Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}, in its English language alone, has almost ''five million'' articles. The Spanish and German versions are no slouches either.a lot of time.



[[folder:Podcasts]]
* 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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[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* The {{LiveActionTV/Doctor Who}} podcast ''Radio Free Skaro'' almost {{Wrestling/WWE}} Network 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 literally thousands of course, there are hours of programming on it thanks to WWE's vast library of ProfessionalWrestling footage. Even if you limited yourself to a few episodes single wrestling promotion and era, it could still take hundreds of hours to see everything from that era. Add also to the fact that RAW, NXT, various other wrestling events (like Main Event), original programming, and PPV's are almost '''two constantly being added every month or in some cases every week. By 2014, the WWE Libraries clocked at '''150,000 hours''' long. Best have lots of free time programming. Luckily, only ''40,000 hours'' are digitized for the WWE Network. That means it would take over 1,600 days, or a little over 4 years non-stop, to watch everything on your hands.the Network- back in 2014.



[[folder:Print Media]]
* Plenty of old magazines have their full scanned archives available online. For example--do you enjoy the humor of Magazine/AmigaPower? Well, [[https://archive.org/details/amigapowermagazine here are all 65 issues.]] They're rather thick. Hope you have a lot of time.

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[[folder:Puppet Shows]]
* Plenty of old magazines have their full scanned archives ''WebVideo/TheFundayPawpetShow'''s episodes are only available online. For example--do for download that week... which is just as well when you enjoy consider there are over 480 episodes of four hours per episode. Yappy later uploaded the humor of Magazine/AmigaPower? Well, [[https://archive.org/details/amigapowermagazine here are all 65 issues.]] They're rather thick. Hope you have a lot of time. entire archive (except for the 9/11 episode) onto the website. Have fun locking yourself in your room for the next 6 months!



[[folder: Professional Wrestling]]
* The {{Wrestling/WWE}} Network has literally thousands of hours of programming on it thanks to WWE's vast library of ProfessionalWrestling footage. Even if you limited yourself to a single wrestling promotion and era, it could still take hundreds of hours to see everything from that era. Add also to the fact that RAW, NXT, various other wrestling events (like Main Event), original programming, and PPV's are constantly being added every month or in some cases every week. By 2014, the WWE Libraries clocked at '''150,000 hours''' of programming. Luckily, only ''40,000 hours'' are digitized for the WWE Network. That means it would take over 1,600 days, or a little over 4 years non-stop, to watch everything on the Network- back in 2014.

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[[folder:Radio]]
* British radio-only soap ''Radio/TheArchers'' surpassed ''Guiding Light'' in terms of volume and is showing absolutely no signs of stopping any time soon. SIXTEEN THOUSAND EPISODES.
* ''Radio/TheBrewingNetwork'' has this pop up with new listeners.
The {{Wrestling/WWE}} Network Session (as of January 2015) has literally thousands of hours of programming on it thanks to WWE's vast library of ProfessionalWrestling footage. Even if you limited yourself to a single wrestling promotion 370 episodes, averaging between 3 and era, it could still take hundreds 4 hours. The Jamil Show has over 200 1 hour episodes, Brew Strong has over 150 one hour episodes, Lunch Meet has over 80 episodes and there is of hours to see everything from that era. Add course the relatively new Dr Homebrew and Sour Hour shows. Every month the network puts out four Sessions, two Brew Strongs, two Jamil Shows, one Sour Hour and two Dr Homebrews. Fans also encourage new listeners to listen to the fact shows from the beginning since a lot of the appeal is getting to know the brewcasters personally and learn about them as people as they live their lives. It makes for a lot of listening.
* ''Radio/DesertIslandDiscs'' has an archive covering the full 70+ years of the show, with a total of 3018 episodes as of February 2015. At 45 minutes per episode, that's a total of 2263 hours, 30 minutes. Alternatively,
that RAW, NXT, various other wrestling events (like Main Event), original programming, and PPV's are constantly being added every month or in some cases every week. By 2014, the WWE Libraries clocked at '''150,000 hours''' can be thought of programming. Luckily, only ''40,000 hours'' are digitized for the WWE Network. That means it would take over 1,600 as 94 days, 7 hours, 30 minutes.
* ''Cretaor/TheBrewingNetwork''- The Session has been going since 2005, releasing three
or a little over 4 years non-stop, to watch everything four (depending on the Network- back in 2014.year) 3+ hour episodes a month. Add on many years of the other shows, you have a huge archive to listen to



[[folder:Puppet Shows]]
* ''WebVideo/TheFundayPawpetShow'''s episodes are only available for download that week... which is just as well when you consider there are over 480 episodes of four hours per episode. Yappy later uploaded the entire archive (except for the 9/11 episode) onto the website. Have fun locking yourself in your room for the next 6 months!

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[[folder:Puppet Shows]]
[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''WebVideo/TheFundayPawpetShow'''s episodes are only available for download ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' with its seven editions, numerous sourcebooks, and many, many spinoffs...
* The Worlds of Darkness:
** The gamelines of the TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness range from 2 books (''TabletopGame/MummyTheResurrection'') to well over 100 (''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade''), with ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'' and ''TabletopGame/MageTheAscension'' on the higher end of
that week... which is just as well when you consider there scale. All told, the [=oWOD=] clocks in at 400+ sourcebooks and counting.
** From the TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness, the minor gamelines
are reasonable; it's the big four - the general "blue book" line, ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem'', ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken'' and ''TabletopGame/MageTheAwakening'' - that induce panic, with ''Forsaken'', the shortest, at 20 and ''Requiem'', the longest, at 40+. The total number of [=nWOD=] sourcebooks comes in at about 150 books and counting.
* Creator/WhiteWolf's other major gameline, ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'', clocks up 70+ books between the first and second editions.
* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' is no slouch on this score, with
over 480 episodes 300 supplements.
* If you thought the other games on this list were bad, you haven't seen the grandaddy
of four hours per episode. Yappy them all, ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''. Just as an example, you could expect ''at least'' a book a month during 3.5e's heyday, not counting published adventures and setting-specific sourcebooks or the many years of both ''Magazine/{{Dragon}} Magazine'' and ''Magazine/{{Dungeon}} Magazine'' providing even more supplementary material.
* ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'' and its [[Franchise/BattleTechExpandedUniverse expanded universe]] have accumulated a ''massive'' repertoire of over a hundred novels and a hundred sourcebooks due to it being around since 1984. The plot spanning over a hundred years certainly complicates matters, as novels written
later uploaded in the entire archive (except for the 9/11 episode) onto the website. Have fun locking yourself timeline will obviously [[LateArrivalSpoiler spoil developments]] in your room for the next 6 months!earlier novels.



[[folder:Radio]]
* British radio-only soap ''Radio/TheArchers'' surpassed ''Guiding Light'' in terms of volume and is showing absolutely no signs of stopping any time soon. SIXTEEN THOUSAND EPISODES.
* ''Radio/TheBrewingNetwork'' has this pop up with new listeners. The Session (as of January 2015) has 370 episodes, averaging between 3 and 4 hours. The Jamil Show has over 200 1 hour episodes, Brew Strong has over 150 one hour episodes, Lunch Meet has over 80 episodes and there is of course the relatively new Dr Homebrew and Sour Hour shows. Every month the network puts out four Sessions, two Brew Strongs, two Jamil Shows, one Sour Hour and two Dr Homebrews. Fans also encourage new listeners to listen to the shows from the beginning since a lot of the appeal is getting to know the brewcasters personally and learn about them as people as they live their lives. It makes for a lot of listening.
* ''Radio/DesertIslandDiscs'' has an archive covering the full 70+ years of the show, with a total of 3018 episodes as of February 2015. At 45 minutes per episode, that's a total of 2263 hours, 30 minutes. Alternatively, that can be thought of as 94 days, 7 hours, 30 minutes.
* ''Cretaor/TheBrewingNetwork''- The Session has been going since 2005, releasing three or four (depending on the year) 3+ hour episodes a month. Add on many years of the other shows, you have a huge archive to listen to
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[[folder:Roleplay]]
* ''Roleplay/DestroyTheGodmodder'': You'd think a simple forum game wouldn't have too much, would you? You'd be dead wrong. With a (current) life-span of just over two years, and an average of about 50 posts a day, some of which are over half an hour of reading material, you've got your work cut out for you. All told, there are two completed sessions, one with just over 6000 posts (which can vary in length anywhere from one line to comparable to multiple novel pages), and another with ''only'' 1500 posts of similar length, two others are still ongoing, the shorter of which has capped 3000 posts and is still going strong, and the other with over 18 thousand posts (which often have ridiculous amounts of text in them) plus an off-topic thread with roughly 4000 posts of its own. You've got a lot of reading ahead of you.
* ''Roleplay/PokemonRiseOfTheRockets'' has been running for five years at the time of writing, and as a result has quite a lot of back story to take in--over 150 pages of readable content, in fact. And that's only partially taking into account the ''other'' 300+ pages of content that were lost with the Website/BZPower [[PermanentlyMissableContent hacking of 2013]], covering the story's earliest days and plot arcs. Needless to say, it can be rather difficult to jump into the game.
* ''Roleplay/MahouMUSH'' celebrated 1000 scenes in February 2016, less than a year after opening. As of August 2016, the count is almost 1800 - not counting player-submitted cutscenes, of which there are nearly 200 - and more content is added on a near-daily basis.
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* TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} with its seven editions, numerous sourcebooks, and many, many spinoffs...
* The Worlds of Darkness:
** The gamelines of the TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness range from 2 books (''TabletopGame/MummyTheResurrection'') to well over 100 (''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade''), with ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'' and ''TabletopGame/MageTheAscension'' on the higher end of that scale. All told, the [=oWOD=] clocks in at 400+ sourcebooks and counting.
** From the TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness, the minor gamelines are reasonable; it's the big four - the general "blue book" line, ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem'', ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheForsaken'' and ''TabletopGame/MageTheAwakening'' - that induce panic, with ''Forsaken'', the shortest, at 20 and ''Requiem'', the longest, at 40+. The total number of [=nWOD=] sourcebooks comes in at about 150 books and counting.
* Creator/WhiteWolf's other major gameline, ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'', clocks up 70+ books between the first and second editions.
* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' is no slouch on this score, with over 300 supplements.
* If you thought the other games on this list were bad, you haven't seen the grandaddy of them all, ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''. Just as an example, you could expect ''at least'' a book a month during 3.5e's heyday, not counting published adventures and setting-specific sourcebooks or the many years of both ''Magazine/{{Dragon}} Magazine'' and ''Magazine/{{Dungeon}} Magazine'' providing even more supplementary material.
* ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'' and its [[Franchise/BattleTechExpandedUniverse expanded universe]] have accumulated a ''massive'' repertoire of over a hundred novels and a hundred sourcebooks due to it being around since 1984. The plot spanning over a hundred years certainly complicates matters, as novels written later in the timeline will obviously [[LateArrivalSpoiler spoil developments]] in earlier novels.
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* The [[http://www.michaelspornanimation.com/splog/ art blog]] of the late animator MichaelSporn was regularly updated with literally thousands of pieces of animation artwork, and it managed to reach 2,882 posts total.



* ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'' has 1100+ strips as of February 2015, and is still updating three times a week. At least there's only a bit over one more movie to go...oh, wait, Disney is making more movies. Yay?

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* ''Webcomic/DarthsAndDroids'' has 1100+ strips as of February 2015, and is still updating three times a week. At least there's only a bit over one more movie to go... oh, wait, Disney is making more movies. Yay?



* The [[http://www.michaelspornanimation.com/splog/ art blog]] of the late animator MichaelSporn was regularly updated with literally thousands of pieces of animation artwork, and it managed to reach 2,882 posts total.

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* The Wiki/TVTropes. Which, [[http://www.michaelspornanimation.com/splog/ art blog]] irregularwebcomic.net/special/remix12.jpg apparently]], some people have tried to read in its entirety. As of March 29, 2010, there are 17916 tropes on the wiki, and the number is growing very rapidly every day. Even if you just skim each one, it will take you a ''lot'' of time... especially considering that there's no page which lists just the tropes - the most you can hope for is either the [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/index_report.php?groupname=Main complete list of articles]] (which is so long that it will likely ''break your browser'') or [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/index_report.php reading every single index]]. Referenced [[http://xkcd.com/609/ here]] by ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}''.
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of the late animator MichaelSporn was regularly updated with literally thousands of pieces of animation artwork, longtime wikis take very long to be read in their entirety, and it managed to reach 2,882 few (if any) have actually attempted that. Wiki/{{Wikipedia}}, in its English language alone, has almost ''five million'' articles. The Spanish and German versions are no slouches either.
* 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.
* ''Roleplay/DestroyTheGodmodder'': You'd think a simple forum game wouldn't have too much, would you? You'd be dead wrong. With a (current) life-span of just over two years, and an average of about 50
posts total.a day, some of which are over half an hour of reading material, you've got your work cut out for you. All told, there are two completed sessions, one with just over 6000 posts (which can vary in length anywhere from one line to comparable to multiple novel pages), and another with ''only'' 1500 posts of similar length, two others are still ongoing, the shorter of which has capped 3000 posts and is still going strong, and the other with over 18 thousand posts (which often have ridiculous amounts of text in them) plus an off-topic thread with roughly 4000 posts of its own. You've got a lot of reading ahead of you.
* ''Roleplay/PokemonRiseOfTheRockets'' has been running for five years at the time of writing, and as a result has quite a lot of back story to take in--over 150 pages of readable content, in fact. And that's only partially taking into account the ''other'' 300+ pages of content that were lost with the Website/BZPower [[PermanentlyMissableContent hacking of 2013]], covering the story's earliest days and plot arcs. Needless to say, it can be rather difficult to jump into the game.
* ''Roleplay/MahouMUSH'' celebrated 1000 scenes in February 2016, less than a year after opening. As of August 2016, the count is almost 1800 - not counting player-submitted cutscenes, of which there are nearly 200 - and more content is added on a near-daily basis.



* The WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat series has been around [[UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfAnimation since 1919]], so there's a lot of ground to cover if you want to experience the whole series. For animation, you have the original silent theatrical cartoons and the three Van Beuren era shorts (while many of the silent shorts are lost, quite a few survive and it can take a while to sit through the surviving ones), the 126 made-for-TV cartoons by Joe Oriolo (which run six to seven minutes each), [[WesternAnimation/FelixTheCatTheMovie a theatrical movie]], the mid 90's TV revival cartoon series ''WesternAnimation/TheTwistedTalesOfFelixTheCat'' (which lasted 21 episodes, with three shorts in all but a couple of them), the [[SpinoffBabies toddler aimed spinoff]] ''Anime/BabyFelixAndFriends'' (which ran for 65 five minute episodes), and a 2004 direct to video Christmas special ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCatSavesChristmas''. The comics are where one will really start running into trouble--the Felix comics started in 1923, with the newspaper comics and comic books running a solid 40 year run up to the 1960's. And then you have the 80's newspaper comic crossover with WesternAnimation/BettyBoop to look out for (which has never been reprinted), and a short lived early 90's comic book revival. After that, you have a history book and some comic compilations, three video game tie-ins, the very obscure live action TV series ''Felix the Cat Live'', and a monstrous amount of toys and merchandise to wrap it all up. Good luck!

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* The WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat'' series has been around [[UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfAnimation since 1919]], so there's a lot of ground to cover if you want to experience the whole series. For animation, you have the original silent theatrical cartoons and the three Van Beuren era shorts (while many of the silent shorts are lost, quite a few survive and it can take a while to sit through the surviving ones), the 126 made-for-TV cartoons by Joe Oriolo (which run six to seven minutes each), [[WesternAnimation/FelixTheCatTheMovie a theatrical movie]], the mid 90's TV revival cartoon series ''WesternAnimation/TheTwistedTalesOfFelixTheCat'' (which lasted 21 episodes, with three shorts in all but a couple of them), the [[SpinoffBabies toddler aimed spinoff]] ''Anime/BabyFelixAndFriends'' (which ran for 65 five minute episodes), and a 2004 direct to video Christmas special ''WesternAnimation/FelixTheCatSavesChristmas''. The comics are where one will really start running into trouble--the Felix comics started in 1923, with the newspaper comics and comic books running a solid 40 year run up to the 1960's. And then you have the 80's newspaper comic crossover with WesternAnimation/BettyBoop to look out for (which has never been reprinted), and a short lived early 90's comic book revival. After that, you have a history book and some comic compilations, three video game tie-ins, the very obscure live action TV series ''Felix the Cat Live'', and a monstrous amount of toys and merchandise to wrap it all up. Good luck!



* Some cartoons are so StrictlyFormula that they can be hard to get through. For instance many of the shorts from the pre-Television era were shown before movies or between features, but watched now on DVD can seem annoyingly repetitious after ten consecutive episodes in the space of one hour, each with the same basic plot.



* The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon:
** ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' is the 56th movie. It would take exactly one day just to watch all 19 of the Walt-era films (Snow White to Jungle Book) and 73 hours and 59 minutes, or three days without sleep, to watch the first 54 features consecutively. Creator/{{Pixar}}'s output adds on another 18 as of ''WesternAnimation/Cars3''. And that's not counting the direct-to-video sequels and spin-off series, or other animated output (or output that partially features their animation, such as ''Disney/TheReluctantDragon'' and ''Film/SongOfTheSouth'') from Disney. Good luck.
** For the things that spun-off from the Disney and Pixar movies: there were 28 sequels made to the films that aren't part of the canon, not counting the ''Disney/WinnieThePooh'' and ''Franchise/DisneyFairies'' movies. There were also 13 spin-off series, including ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' and ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'', totaling 775 episodes. As big as the canon is, if you really want to be through, you'll be at it for awhile longer.
* Another just slightly less daunting challenge is to marathon all of the original [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Disney theatrical cartoons]]. The original lineup combined amounts to 469 shorts total [[note]] This does not include shorts initially released as part of a bigger feature, such as the shorts in ''Disney/TheReluctantDragon'', ''Disney/SaludosAmigos'', ''Disney/TheThreeCaballeros'' and the '40s Disney package features that are part of the animated canon -- which would add about 30 more shorts[[/note]] and that number shoots up to 562 when you include all of the silent Disney films (the Newman Laugh-O-Grams, the AliceComedies and WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit)[[note]] although only around 50 of the 93 silent Disney films survive, are available or are known to exist[[/note]]--to watch all of them in chronological order would take around 66 hours and 30 minutes, or two and 3/4 days without sleep. And that's not counting post-Golden Age shorts, tv shows and spinoffs, and feature animation appearances of the characters.

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* The Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon:
** ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' is the 56th movie. It would take exactly one day just to watch all 19 of the Walt-era films (Snow White to Jungle Book) and 73 hours and 59 minutes, or three days without sleep, to watch the first 54 features consecutively. Creator/{{Pixar}}'s output adds on another 18 as of ''WesternAnimation/Cars3''. And that's not counting the direct-to-video sequels and spin-off series, or other animated output (or output that partially features their animation, such as ''Disney/TheReluctantDragon'' and ''Film/SongOfTheSouth'') from Disney. Good luck.
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For the things that spun-off from the Disney and Pixar movies: there were 28 sequels made to the films that aren't part of the canon, not counting the ''Disney/WinnieThePooh'' and ''Franchise/DisneyFairies'' movies. There were also 13 spin-off series, including ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' and ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'', totaling 775 episodes. As big as the canon is, if you really want to be through, you'll be at it for awhile longer.
* Another just slightly less daunting challenge is to marathon all of the original [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Disney theatrical cartoons]]. The original lineup combined amounts to 469 shorts total [[note]] This does not include shorts initially released as part of a bigger feature, such as the shorts in ''Disney/TheReluctantDragon'', ''Film/TheReluctantDragon'', ''Disney/SaludosAmigos'', ''Disney/TheThreeCaballeros'' and the '40s Disney package features that are part of the animated canon -- which would add about 30 more shorts[[/note]] and that number shoots up to 562 when you include all of the silent Disney films (the Newman Laugh-O-Grams, the AliceComedies and WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit)[[note]] although only around 50 of the 93 silent Disney films survive, are available or are known to exist[[/note]]--to watch all of them in chronological order would take around 66 hours and 30 minutes, or two and 3/4 days without sleep. And that's not counting post-Golden Age shorts, tv shows and spinoffs, and feature animation appearances of the characters.



* The FamousStudios filmography isn't anything to snuff at either; 577 theatrical cartoons total, and 177 made-for-tv cartoons as well.

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* The FamousStudios Creator/FamousStudios filmography isn't anything to snuff at either; 577 theatrical cartoons total, and 177 made-for-tv cartoons as well.



* The VanBeurenStudios library consists of 189 sound cartoons, and 347 silent cartoons (although it's not known how many of the latter still exist).

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* The VanBeurenStudios Creator/VanBeurenStudios library consists of 189 sound cartoons, and 347 silent cartoons (although it's not known how many of the latter still exist).



* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', being the third-longest-running Nicktoon, has 132 episodes , twelve movies, and eight video games.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'', being the third-longest-running Nicktoon, has 132 episodes , twelve movies, and eight video games.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' lasted nine seasons with 172 episodes, making it the longest running Nicktoon until ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants''. Add in the three movies, two direct-to-DVD specials, and two spin offs with 59 more episodes total, and it makes for quite a marathon.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' lasted nine seasons with 172 episodes, making it the longest running Nicktoon until ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants''.''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''. Add in the three movies, two direct-to-DVD specials, and two spin offs with 59 more episodes total, and it makes for quite a marathon.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheLandBeforeTime'' has an infamous number of sequels. The total is thirteen movies with another on the way and a single season television series.



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14th Jul '17 11:33:05 PM bowserbros
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'', which ran continuously from 1963 to 1989, got a TV movie in '96, and resumed regular airing in 2005. At the start of 2017, the show stands at a whopping '''832 episodes''' split into 264 serials (counting the 1996 telemovie) in 35 seasons (with number 36 coming later this year). Watch (or listen to) one serial a week and you'll finish the classic series in a little over three years. Watch/listen to one serial a ''day'' and you'll finish the entire show in just under a year. There's a reason the show reset the season and episode counters to 1 when it started up again in 2005.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'', which ran continuously from 1963 to 1989, got a TV movie in '96, and resumed regular airing in 2005. At the start As of Series 10's ending in June of 2017, the show stands at a whopping '''832 '''844 episodes''' split into 264 276 serials (counting the 1996 telemovie) in 35 seasons (with number across 36 coming later this year).seasons. Watch (or listen to) one serial a week and you'll finish the classic series in a little over three years. Watch/listen to one serial a ''day'' and you'll finish the entire show in just under a year. There's a reason the show reset the season and episode counters to 1 when it started up again in 2005.
14th Jul '17 3:45:51 PM darkabomination
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* Attempting to binge the entire ''VideoGame/KisekiSeries'' will set you back quite a while. For a series that's famous for it's DoorStopper-length scripts in the hundreds of thousands per game, between all the sidequests, lots and lots of NPC dialogue that changes every time there's a plot development, and intricate WorldBuilding, it'll take 150 hours on average to fully complete a game, and unlike most Eastern RPG developers, every ''Trails'' title takes place concurrently in the same continuity with several references made between games with quite a few character cameos. Between the [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsInTheSky Trails in the Sky trilogy]], the [[VideoGame/ZeroNoKiseki Zero/Azure duology]] which has yet to be translated, and the [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel Cold Steel trilogy]], you're looking at 8 games that will take hundreds of hours to read. Not to mention the novel adaptations, manga that retell each game with their own sidestories, drama CDs that are largely canon, an adaptation of ''Trails in the Sky'' running for 2 45 minute OVA episodes, and a mobile game, you'll be spending a lot of time exploring its world.
10th Jul '17 3:13:26 PM MyFinalEdits
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* The ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''. You're fine when you look at the homepage and see some stories, but then you go find the list of stories in chronological (in-universe) order, and you realize there's a ''huge'' amount of text there. The Phase stories alone are nearing the number of words of all seven ''Literature/HarryPotter'' books ''combined'', and s/he's only one of a couple dozen main characters.
** This is made all the worse in the new site, since the stories aren't all in order, and even finding them is a chore. It is on the site owners' list to work on, but they have been swamped with more pressing issues.

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* The ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse''. You're fine when you look at the homepage and see some stories, but then you go find the list of stories in chronological (in-universe) order, and you realize there's a ''huge'' amount of text there. The Phase stories alone are nearing the number of words of all seven ''Literature/HarryPotter'' books ''combined'', and s/he's only one of a couple dozen main characters.
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characters. This is made all the worse in the new site, since the stories aren't all in order, and even finding them is a chore. It is on the site owners' list to work on, but they have been swamped with more pressing issues.
10th Jul '17 2:23:26 AM Doug86
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* ''ComicBook/{{Cerebus}}'' clocks in at 300 issues, spread over about a dozen phonebook volumes (though some are a bit thinner).

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* ''ComicBook/{{Cerebus}}'' ''ComicBook/CerebusTheAardvark'' clocks in at 300 issues, spread over about a dozen phonebook volumes (though some are a bit thinner).
8th Jul '17 12:41:43 PM Schol-R-LEA
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** This is made all the worse in the new site, since the stories aren't all in order, and even finding them is a chore. It is on the site owners' list to work on, but they have been swamped with more pressing issues.
5th Jul '17 9:42:59 AM beeruckzII
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* The [[LiveActionTV/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.

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* Plenty of old magazines have their full scanned archives available online. For example--do you enjoy the humor of Magazine/AmigaPower? Well, [[https://archive.org/details/amigapowermagazine here are all 65 issues.]] They're rather thick. Hope you have a lot of time.

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* The [[LiveActionTV/DoctorWho]] {{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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* Plenty of old magazines have their full scanned archives available online. For example--do you enjoy the humor of Magazine/AmigaPower? Well, [[https://archive.org/details/amigapowermagazine here are all 65 issues.]] They're rather thick. Hope you have a lot of time.
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* Plenty of old magazines have their full scanned archives available online. For example--do you enjoy the humor of Magazine/AmigaPower? Well, [[https://archive.org/details/amigapowermagazine here are all 65 issues.]] They're rather thick. Hope you have a lot of time.
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5th Jul '17 9:39:28 AM beeruckzII
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* The [[LiveActionTV/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.
29th Jun '17 1:43:48 PM PDL
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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' has managed to do this three times over. Which is no surprise for something adapting six [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo installments]] of video games for over a decade:
** The ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime has almost 970 episodes with 19 movies and counting. And that's not counting the Pikachu shorts, the Weekly Pokemon Broadcasting Station episodes (most of which were dubbed as ''Pokemon Chronicles'') and various other specials. This ''is'' counting the banned episodes, however.

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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' has managed to do this three times over. Which is no surprise for something adapting six seven [[OneGameForThePriceOfTwo installments]] of video games for over a decade:
** The ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime has almost over 970 episodes with 19 movies and counting. And that's not counting the Pikachu shorts, the Weekly Pokemon Broadcasting Station episodes (most of which were dubbed as ''Pokemon Chronicles'') and various other specials. This ''is'' counting the banned episodes, however.
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