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28th Apr '16 7:15:14 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Justin Bieber had a Loony Fan [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/12/justin-bieber-murder-plot-dana-martin-kill-castrate-_n_2287292.html named Dana Martin]] who was (and still is) serving a life sentence for rape and murder of a teenager when he became a fan of Bieber. Admitting having romantic feelings for him, Martin ordered two associates of his to ''castrate'' Bieber with garden shears so he could own the parts of the singer he most desired. Fortunately, these would-be assassins were arrested before they could get near the singer.

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* Justin Bieber had a Loony Fan [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/12/justin-bieber-murder-plot-dana-martin-kill-castrate-_n_2287292.html named Dana Martin]] who was (and still is) serving a life sentence for rape and murder of a teenager when he became a fan of Bieber. Admitting having romantic feelings for him, Martin ordered two associates of his to murder and ''castrate'' Bieber with garden shears so he could own the parts of the singer he most desired. Fortunately, these would-be assassins were arrested before they could get near the singer.
28th Apr '16 7:14:07 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Justin Bieber had a Loony Fan [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/12/justin-bieber-murder-plot-dana-martin-kill-castrate-_n_2287292.html named Dana Martin]] who was (and still is) serving a life sentence for rape and murder of a teenager when he became a fan of Bieber. Admitting having romantic feelings for him, Martin ordered two associates of his to ''castrate'' Bieber with garden shears so he could own the parts of the singer he most desired. Fortunately, these would-be assassins were arrested before they could get near the singer.
24th Apr '16 3:15:13 PM eroock
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* The fan who [[http://www.loadingartist.com/comic/my-first-convention/ wouldn't let go]] from ''Webcomic/LoadingArtist''.
19th Apr '16 8:31:36 PM NegiSpongie
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** Then there's Nora Dershlit, whose obsession with iCarly makes Mandy look ''sane'' by comparison. She kidnaps the iCarly crew and locks them in her basement under the delusion that they are her friends. She just gets even more AxCrazy from there...
19th Apr '16 4:02:38 AM Pichu-kun
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* Played for laughs in ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'' (and maybe a little [[ShipSinking torpedo aimed at shippers]]). [[SassySecretary Kiko]] is portrayed as slightly crazy anyway, but her crush on "Li" tops all other quirks. She almost jumps on him with {{squee}}, loudly insults her "rival" Kirihara, and generally attracts unnecessary attention... which is somewhat disconcerting for her hero, as "Li" is the facade identity of a lad who ''earned'' his nickname "Black {{Shinigami}}".

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* ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'':
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Played for laughs in ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'' (and maybe a little [[ShipSinking torpedo aimed at shippers]]). [[SassySecretary Kiko]] is portrayed as slightly crazy anyway, but her crush on "Li" tops all other quirks. She almost jumps on him with {{squee}}, loudly insults her "rival" Kirihara, and generally attracts unnecessary attention... which is somewhat disconcerting for her hero, as "Li" is the facade identity of a lad who ''earned'' his nickname "Black {{Shinigami}}".



* [[spoiler:[[StalkerWithACrush Toto Sakigami]]]] of ''DeadmanWonderland'' is apparently this toward [[spoiler:the Wretched Egg]].

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* [[spoiler:[[StalkerWithACrush Toto Sakigami]]]] of ''DeadmanWonderland'' ''Manga/DeadmanWonderland'' is apparently this toward [[spoiler:the Wretched Egg]].



* Alexander Rybak's song "Leave Me Alone" is a song about a very obsessed fan who stalks him.

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* Alexander Rybak's song "Leave Me Alone" is a song about a very obsessed fan who stalks him.
19th Apr '16 3:58:56 AM Pichu-kun
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* [[MadLove Misa Amane]] of ''Manga/DeathNote'' is this to VillainProtagonist [[SerialKiller Light]] [[MagnificentBastard Yagami]], albeit a particularly dark, homicidal example; after he winds up killing the guy who killed her parents, she's more than glad to murder his enemies or endure ColdBloodedTorture to protect his identity. She's also glad to [[TheGlomp flying tackle him at unexpected intervals]], much to his dismay. A crucial part of her own backstory involves a narrow escape from a LoonyFan - the parallel is as lost on Misa as warnings about moral decay are on Light.

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* ''Manga/DeathNote'':
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[[MadLove Misa Amane]] of ''Manga/DeathNote'' is this to VillainProtagonist [[SerialKiller Light]] [[MagnificentBastard Yagami]], albeit a particularly dark, homicidal example; after he winds up killing the guy who killed her parents, she's more than glad to murder his enemies or endure ColdBloodedTorture to protect his identity. She's also glad to [[TheGlomp flying tackle him at unexpected intervals]], much to his dismay. A crucial part of her own backstory involves a narrow escape from a LoonyFan - the parallel is as lost on Misa as warnings about moral decay are on Light.



* Played for laughs in an episode of ''{{Friends}}'', where Brooke Shields portrayed a LoonyFan stalking Joey, convinced [[YourSecretsSafeWithMeSuperman he was really the character]] he played in a soap opera (they got rid of her by convincing her that Joey was actually the EvilTwin instead).

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* ''Series/{{Friends}}'':
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Played for laughs in an episode of ''{{Friends}}'', episode, where Brooke Shields portrayed a LoonyFan stalking Joey, convinced [[YourSecretsSafeWithMeSuperman he was really the character]] he played in a soap opera (they got rid of her by convincing her that Joey was actually the EvilTwin instead).



* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' had Becky Rosen, a parody of some of the show's more extreme fans, who wrote incest fanfiction about Sam and Dean.
** She later used a LovePotion supplied by a [[DealWithTheDevil crossroads demon]] to entice Sam into marrying her. She also tied him to a bed and [[TapOnTheHead knocked him out with a waffle iron]] when he tried to escape.

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* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' had Becky Rosen, a parody of some of the show's more extreme fans, who wrote incest fanfiction about Sam and Dean.
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Dean. She later used a LovePotion supplied by a [[DealWithTheDevil crossroads demon]] to entice Sam into marrying her. She also tied him to a bed and [[TapOnTheHead knocked him out with a waffle iron]] when he tried to escape.



* The current page quote comes from a ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch about a support group for obsessive fans of ''MrBelvedere''. They play a game called "Should and Shouldn't" which "helps keep the line between fantasy and reality a little less blurry":

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* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'':
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The current page quote comes from a ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' sketch about a support group for obsessive fans of ''MrBelvedere''. They play a game called "Should and Shouldn't" which "helps keep the line between fantasy and reality a little less blurry":



* Music/{{Eminem}}'s "Stan" is presented as a series of letters by a Loony Fan who takes Eminem's "Slim Shady" persona to be SeriousBusiness and tries to emulate him in every way possible... up to and including tying up his girlfriend, stuffing her in his trunk and killing both of them by crashing his car. The song ends with Eminem writing back (to said fan's second letter). Eminem writes in his reply that Stan should seek help, because his case reminds him of a news story he saw about a man who killed his pregnant girlfriend and himself afterwards, [[FridgeHorror he then suddenly realizes that Stan was the man behind the murder-suicide]].
** It's since given rise to the term "stan" to mean an overly-committed "fanboy" or "fangirl", especially the type who [[FandomRivalry bashes perceived rival fandoms]] to an unhinged degree, or utterly [[DracoInLeatherPants whitewashes their favourite character]] and [[RonTheDeathEater hates all the other characters]] on the show for being mean/insufficiently-worshipful to them.

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* Music/{{Eminem}}'s "Stan" is presented as a series of letters by a Loony Fan who takes Eminem's "Slim Shady" persona to be SeriousBusiness and tries to emulate him in every way possible... up to and including tying up his girlfriend, stuffing her in his trunk and killing both of them by crashing his car. The song ends with Eminem writing back (to said fan's second letter). Eminem writes in his reply that Stan should seek help, because his case reminds him of a news story he saw about a man who killed his pregnant girlfriend and himself afterwards, [[FridgeHorror he then suddenly realizes that Stan was the man behind the murder-suicide]].
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murder-suicide]]. It's since given rise to the term "stan" to mean an overly-committed "fanboy" or "fangirl", especially the type who [[FandomRivalry bashes perceived rival fandoms]] to an unhinged degree, or utterly [[DracoInLeatherPants whitewashes their favourite character]] and [[RonTheDeathEater hates all the other characters]] on the show for being mean/insufficiently-worshipful to them.


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* Alexander Rybak's song "Leave Me Alone" is a song about a very obsessed fan who stalks him.
4th Mar '16 2:18:37 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Being a Loony Fan on ''WesternAnimation/CelebrityDeathmatch'' is dangerous. In an episode where Creator/LucyLawless appeared as a guest commentator, several loony teenage fans came to the arena, including an overeager fangirl dressed like the ones in Comic Con who got into the announcing booth; she was quickly catapulted out of it with a device installed just for that purpose, impaling the popcorn guy as she landed. Later, during the Music/{{TLC}} / Music/DixieChicks match, the same fangirl excitedly volunteered when Lucy asked for help to decide which team got to choose ring theme; the decision was made by the two groups grabbing the poor fangirl by the arms and legs, then pulling until she was torn in half, then measuring the two pieces.
1st Feb '16 6:12:04 AM EarlOfSandvich
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* ''NoMoreHeroes: Desperate Struggle'' gives us Kimmy Howell, a fangirl of Travis Touchdown who eventually decides the only way to prove herself worthy of her crush is to ''kill'' him. Travis gives her a back-bodydrop and tells her to get over it.

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* ''NoMoreHeroes: Desperate Struggle'' ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle'' gives us Kimmy Howell, a fangirl of Travis Touchdown who eventually decides the only way to prove herself worthy of her crush is to ''kill'' him. Travis gives her a back-bodydrop and tells her to get over it.
31st Jan '16 3:41:18 PM DarkHunter
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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'': Colin Creevey.

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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'': Colin Creevey.Creevey, just about as obnoxious a fanboy as you can imagine. He gets on Harry's nerves so much that he finds Draco's mocking of Creevey to be "both cruel and accurate".
21st Jan '16 8:05:23 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In the "Cold Slither" episode of ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'', Scarlet, Cover Girl, and Lady Jaye ''disguised'' themselves as Loony Fans of the band to get close to them, and managed to slug the rather surprised Dreadnoks into submission when they did.
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