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20th Feb '18 7:39:02 PM Pichu-kun
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* AccusationFic: A fanfiction where an episode is rewritten so that the character the author blamed gets the worst of it.
* CrackFic: Bizarre fanfiction.

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* AccusationFic: A fanfiction fan-fiction where an episode is rewritten so that the character the author blamed gets the worst of it.
* CrackFic: Bizarre fanfiction.fan-fiction.


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* SoulmateAUFic: A fan-fiction that involves soulmates meeting each other.
9th Feb '18 8:56:48 AM StFan
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* FanWorks/{{Other}} (Advertising, Music, Puppet Shows, Theater, Theme Parks, Toys...)

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* FanWorks/{{Other}} FanWorks/OtherMedia (Advertising, Music, Puppet Shows, Theater, Theme Parks, Toys...)
7th Feb '18 1:53:59 AM StFan
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No statement on the legality of fanfic has ever been given in American formal law or in its courts. Some argue that it's a form of copyright infringement; however, see [[http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1347&context=elr "Legal Fictions: Copyright, Fan Fiction, and a New Common Law"]], and note the above precedents. The two most common arguments for fanfic being legal involve either implied consent - companies and authors have every right to enact a FanworkBan as evidenced by fanfiction.net's banlist but are mostly tolerant - or fair use - the non-profit, educational and transformative use of the work justifies its existence. The latter is the main argument that sparked the development of the Organization of Transformative Works, a fan labor advocacy site.

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No statement on the legality of fanfic has ever been given in American formal law or in its courts. Some argue that it's a form of copyright infringement; however, see [[http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1347&context=elr "Legal Fictions: Copyright, Fan Fiction, and a New Common Law"]], and note the above precedents. The two most common arguments for fanfic being legal involve either implied consent - -- companies and authors have every right to enact a FanworkBan as evidenced by fanfiction.net's banlist but are mostly tolerant - -- or fair use - -- the non-profit, educational and transformative use of the work justifies its existence. The latter is the main argument that sparked the development of the Organization of Transformative Works, a fan labor advocacy site.



* PerspectiveFlip: A re-write of the original events, but from a completely different point of view - often that of the villain.

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* PerspectiveFlip: A re-write of the original events, but from a completely different point of view - -- often that of the villain.



* Music
** ''Script/NeverAgain'' (Music/{{Disturbed}})
* Puppet Shows
** ''Fanfic/AHeartOfGold'' (''Series/TheMuppetShow'')
** ''Fanfic/AVeryMuppetsMystery'' (''Series/MuppetsTonight'')

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* Music
** ''Script/NeverAgain'' (Music/{{Disturbed}})
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FanWorks/{{Other}} (Advertising, Music, Puppet Shows
** ''Fanfic/AHeartOfGold'' (''Series/TheMuppetShow'')
** ''Fanfic/AVeryMuppetsMystery'' (''Series/MuppetsTonight'')
Shows, Theater, Theme Parks, Toys...)



* Theater
** ''Fanfic/MercutioAndAllegra'' (''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'')
** ''Fanfic/TimeOutOfMind'' (''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'')
* Theme Parks
** ''FanWorks/TheHauntedMansion''
* Toys
** ''FanWorks/{{Bionicle}}''
25th Jan '18 7:10:38 AM StFan
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* Toys
** ''FanWorks/{{Bionicle}}''
18th Jan '18 7:00:33 PM AnoneMouseJr
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* Creator/{{Tangent}}
29th Dec '17 1:28:38 PM NaruHinaFan
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No statement on the legality of fanfic has ever been given in American formal law or in its courts. Some argue that it's a form of copyright infringement; however, see [[http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/elr/vol17/iss3/8/ "Legal Fictions: Copyright, Fan Fiction, and a New Common Law"]], and note the above precedents. The two most common arguments for fanfic being legal involve either implied consent - companies and authors have every right to enact a FanworkBan as evidenced by fanfiction.net's banlist but are mostly tolerant - or fair use - the non-profit, educational and transformative use of the work justifies its existence. The latter is the main argument that sparked the development of the Organization of Transformative Works, a fan labor advocacy site.

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No statement on the legality of fanfic has ever been given in American formal law or in its courts. Some argue that it's a form of copyright infringement; however, see [[http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/elr/vol17/iss3/8/ edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1347&context=elr "Legal Fictions: Copyright, Fan Fiction, and a New Common Law"]], and note the above precedents. The two most common arguments for fanfic being legal involve either implied consent - companies and authors have every right to enact a FanworkBan as evidenced by fanfiction.net's banlist but are mostly tolerant - or fair use - the non-profit, educational and transformative use of the work justifies its existence. The latter is the main argument that sparked the development of the Organization of Transformative Works, a fan labor advocacy site.
18th Dec '17 4:42:32 AM StFan
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* FanWorks/WebAnimation



* FanWorks/WebAnimation
13th Dec '17 9:33:19 AM MightyFan217
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* Creator/ChronicleKing
13th Dec '17 4:59:36 AM Theriocephalus
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-->-- '''[[http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,2081784,00.html This Time article]]''' discussing [[MostFanficWritersAreGirls a certain phenomenon]]

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-->-- '''[[http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,2081784,00.html This Time article]]''' discussing [[MostFanficWritersAreGirls a certain phenomenon]]
phenomenon]].
3rd Dec '17 11:51:46 AM Twiddler
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