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26th Feb '17 2:19:57 PM nombretomado
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* KenAkamatsu occasionally has interviews in the {{Omake}} sections of the compiled ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' volumes where he sometimes clears up questions unanswered in the actual manga, such as the specifics of the pactio system, or how Kaede carries her [[{{BFS}} giant shuriken]] around.

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* KenAkamatsu Creator/KenAkamatsu occasionally has interviews in the {{Omake}} sections of the compiled ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' volumes where he sometimes clears up questions unanswered in the actual manga, such as the specifics of the pactio system, or how Kaede carries her [[{{BFS}} giant shuriken]] around.
12th Feb '17 2:02:37 PM Ultrabloo2
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* Butch Hartman stated in an interview that the ghosts in ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' are really monsters from a different dimension, that is [[PhantomZone the Ghost Zone]]. Explains why they can have offspring and apparently age, but doesn't explain why some were once human to begin with. This contradicts some of the actual dead ghosts in the series. However, Danny's mom once described them as something like "ectoplasmic manifestations of post-human consciousnenss", which implies that they're simply monsters that ''think'' they're dead humans (link: http://web.archive.org/web/20140910231400/http://mysite.verizon.net/zcat6/IntBH2006p4.html).

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* Butch Hartman stated in an interview that the ghosts in ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' are really monsters from a different dimension, that is [[PhantomZone the Ghost Zone]]. Explains why they can have offspring and apparently age, but doesn't explain why some were once human to begin with. This contradicts some of the actual dead ghosts in the series. However, Danny's mom once described them as something like "ectoplasmic manifestations of post-human consciousnenss", which implies that they're simply monsters that ''think'' they're dead humans (link: http://web.archive.org/web/20140910231400/http://mysite.verizon.net/zcat6/IntBH2006p4.html).html.
12th Feb '17 1:57:33 PM Wyldchyld
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* Dan Norton, the art director of ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats 2011}} [=ThunderCats (2011)=]]]'' set up a [[http://crewofomens.tumblr.com/ Crew of Omens blog]] to answer fan questions and also uses [[http://dingo107.deviantart.com/ deviantArt]] to post concept art and model sheets, frequently posting fan art on the blog, including both Yaoi and FetishFuel art.

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* Dan Norton, the art director of ''[[WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats 2011}} [=ThunderCats (2011)=]]]'' set up a [[http://crewofomens.tumblr.com/ Crew of Omens blog]] to answer fan questions and also uses [[http://dingo107.deviantart.com/ deviantArt]] to post concept art and model sheets, frequently posting fan art on the blog, including both Yaoi and FetishFuel fetish art.
21st Jan '17 12:56:05 PM Ultrabloo2
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* Butch Hartman stated in an interview that the ghosts in ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' are really monsters from a different dimension, that is [[PhantomZone the Ghost Zone]]. Explains why they can have offspring and apparently age, but doesn't explain why some were once human to begin with. This contradicts some of the actual dead ghosts in the series. However, Danny's mom once described them as something like "ectoplasmic manifestations of post-human consciousnenss", which implies that they're simply monsters that ''think'' they're dead humans.

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* Butch Hartman stated in an interview that the ghosts in ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' are really monsters from a different dimension, that is [[PhantomZone the Ghost Zone]]. Explains why they can have offspring and apparently age, but doesn't explain why some were once human to begin with. This contradicts some of the actual dead ghosts in the series. However, Danny's mom once described them as something like "ectoplasmic manifestations of post-human consciousnenss", which implies that they're simply monsters that ''think'' they're dead humans.humans (link: http://web.archive.org/web/20140910231400/http://mysite.verizon.net/zcat6/IntBH2006p4.html).
21st Jan '17 12:17:23 PM Ultrabloo2
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* Butch Hartman stated in an interview that the ghosts in ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' are really monsters from a different dimension, that is [[PhantomZone the Ghost Zone]]. Explains why they can have offspring and apparently age, but doesn't explain why some were once human to begin with. This contradicts some of the actual dead ghosts in the series. However, Danny's mom once described them as something like "ectoplasmic manifestations of post-human consciousnenss", which implies that they're simply monsters that ''think'' they're dead humans.



* Butch Hartman stated in an interview that the ghosts in ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' are really monsters from a different dimension, that is [[PhantomZone the Ghost Zone]]. Explains why they can have offspring and apparently age, but doesn't explain why some were once human to begin with. This contradicts some of the actual dead ghosts in the series. However, Danny's mom once described them as something like "ectoplasmic manifestations of post-human consciousnenss", which implies that they're simply monsters that ''think'' they're dead humans.
21st Jan '17 10:54:51 AM LadyNorbert
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* Creator/IsaacAsimov used to tell a story about how he once got into an argument with a literary critic--who didn't know he was speaking with the author--about the meaning of one of his stories. At the end Asimov pulled out what he thought was his trump card: "I should know; I wrote it!" to which the critic replied "[[DeathOfTheAuthor What's that got to do with it]]?" Asimov later turned this into a story with William Shakespeare (brought forward in time) flunks a class in his works.

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* Creator/IsaacAsimov used to tell a story about how he once got into an argument with a literary critic--who didn't know he was speaking with the author--about the meaning of one of his stories. At the end Asimov pulled out what he thought was his trump card: "I should know; I wrote it!" to which the critic replied "[[DeathOfTheAuthor What's that got to do with it]]?" Asimov later turned this into a story with in which William Shakespeare (brought forward in time) flunks a class in his works.



** The most notable of her edicts was the one titled "Pern's Renewable Airforce". There were two versions of this, one from [[http://www.oocities.org/area51/vault/2726/ammsg.html 1997]], and an edited and slightly saner version which was propagated in [[http://www.dragonridersclub.com/drmain/ammsg.html 2000]]. The earlier version prompted many fan groups to suddenly require characters to adhere to rules regarding sexual orientation that in many ways made no sense, like all male green and blueriders suddenly having to be gay, and absolutely no lesbian or bisexual dragonriders, period. People who entered fandom before this point or through a group which never adopted these rules still largely think they're absolutely insane; people who started later tended to accept them more as a matter.

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** The most notable of her edicts was the one titled "Pern's Renewable Airforce". There were two versions of this, one from [[http://www.oocities.org/area51/vault/2726/ammsg.html 1997]], and an edited and slightly saner version which was propagated in [[http://www.dragonridersclub.com/drmain/ammsg.html 2000]]. The earlier version prompted many fan groups to suddenly require characters to adhere to rules regarding sexual orientation that in many ways made no sense, like all male green and blueriders blue riders suddenly having to be gay, and absolutely no lesbian or bisexual dragonriders, period. People who entered fandom before this point or through a group which never adopted these rules still largely think they're absolutely insane; people who started later tended to accept them more as a matter.



* In the ''[[Literature/TheWheelOfTime Wheel of Time]]'' book series, many fans speculated that [[spoiler:Demandred was disguised as Mazrim Taim]]. This theory persisted until [[{{Jossed}} Robert Jordan himself discredited it.]] [[http://wotfaq.dragonmount.com/node/35]]

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* In the ''[[Literature/TheWheelOfTime Wheel of Time]]'' book series, many fans speculated that [[spoiler:Demandred was disguised as Mazrim Taim]]. This theory persisted until [[{{Jossed}} Robert Jordan himself discredited it.]] [[http://wotfaq.dragonmount.com/node/35]]com/node/35 Seen here.]]
20th Jan '17 9:13:44 PM EnigmusPrime
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* Butch Hartman [[https://youtu.be/xpnBYCR6-d4 recently released a video]] explaining few things about [[WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom the Ghost Zone]] that weren't shown in the show proper.
14th Jan '17 6:30:23 PM nombretomado
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* The Exile in ''[[VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Knights of the Old Republic 2]]'' is canonically female, which caused an outcry among fans, since the Handmaiden romance was far more interesting and rounded than the alternative. This was ''likely'' in response to the angry response in making Revan canonically male, despite Female Revan fanfic and fan art having a 5:1 ratio over male Revans. Making the whole thing clear as mud is that while Leland Chee (the canon keeper of the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse) declared the canonical genders of male Revan and female Exile, WordOfGod from Creator/BioWare and Obsidian was the ''opposite.'' Obsidian's own trailer and promo art refer to Exile as "he" while David Gailder of [=BioWare=] went on fan boards and admitted he viewed the character of Revan as female, even writing an epilogue of sorts. For good or ill, it's the verdict from LucasArts that stands. Years later, Creator/DrewKarpyshyn (who wrote KOTOR 1 and created Revan) permanently defined the character as a man in his novel ''Revan''.

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* The Exile in ''[[VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic Knights of the Old Republic 2]]'' is canonically female, which caused an outcry among fans, since the Handmaiden romance was far more interesting and rounded than the alternative. This was ''likely'' in response to the angry response in making Revan canonically male, despite Female Revan fanfic and fan art having a 5:1 ratio over male Revans. Making the whole thing clear as mud is that while Leland Chee (the canon keeper of the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse) declared the canonical genders of male Revan and female Exile, WordOfGod from Creator/BioWare and Obsidian was the ''opposite.'' Obsidian's own trailer and promo art refer to Exile as "he" while David Gailder of [=BioWare=] went on fan boards and admitted he viewed the character of Revan as female, even writing an epilogue of sorts. For good or ill, it's the verdict from LucasArts Creator/LucasArts that stands. Years later, Creator/DrewKarpyshyn (who wrote KOTOR 1 and created Revan) permanently defined the character as a man in his novel ''Revan''.
11th Jan '17 1:18:19 PM AsterSelene
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* The director of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02'' mentioned that there would have been four [[OfficialCouple official couples]] by the end of Adventure 02 if [[ShippingWars the staff managed to get along regarding who should end up with who]]. To make things fair, he put the four couples in a hat and pulled two out, and those couples are the ones that ended up canonically married in the epilogue. For reference, the couples that married were [[TheLancer Matt]]/[[ActionGirl Sora]] and [[TheAtoner Ken]]/[[GenkiGirl Yolei]]. The other two were [[spoiler:[[TheSmartGuy Izzy]]/[[TheDitz Mimi]] and Takeru/Hikari.]]
** [[spoiler:The other two are working their way into canon as of [[Anime/DigimonAdventureTri Tri.]], so there might be some changes to the ending as the fans wanted]].
9th Jan '17 8:14:33 AM Berrenta
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