Many fanbases on TV have their own nicknames. Some are generated by themselves, some from observers and some from detractors.

Be advised when using these terms that by the time the name becomes well known to outsiders, it's often gathered some distaste by those within the fandom. "Trekkie" has reached universal status and even appears in reputable dictionaries, but many within ''Franchise/StarTrek'' fandom only ever use the term derisively, preferring the term "Trekker". Likewise, "Whovian" comes primarily from US Public Television -- it was originated by, and for some time a trademark of, the ''Series/DoctorWho'' Fan Club of America -- and many fans outside the US think it sounds a bit silly, preferring the considerably more baroque but less jargonish "fans of the programme".

This has really picked up with the introduction of the TheInternet, because fans can interact with each other on {{Fora}} and such. The ImageBoard [[Literature/HarryPotter that must not be named]] has [[{{Snowclone}} a common template for such terms]]: Just take the name or premise of the show and add "-fag" after it. (e.g. [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Sonicfags]], [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Pokefags]], [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Ponyfags]], etc.)

A subtrope of FanNickname, but not to be confused with it.

See also: EstrogenBrigade.

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!Examples:

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[[folder:Anime/Manga]]
* Azutard (''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'')
** 'A proud member of Team Seaslug!' has also been spotted.
** On the same lines of the first, we also have 'Daiohtard'.
* Black Knights (''Anime/CodeGeass'')
* Digifans (Franchise/{{Digimon}})
* Dollars (''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}!!'') This is from the show's version of 2chan that has spawned two real-life counterparts.
* Dragonballers (''Manga/DragonBall'')
* Evageeks (''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'')
* Fans of ''Manga/FairyTail'' refer to themselves as Fairies, as do the mages belonging to the title guild.
* Gundamaniacs (''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'', but may also refer collectively to ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' fans in general.)
** Seedlings (''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED'')
** Wingnuts (''Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing'')
** Also Wingers, but this is usually reserved as a term of derision.
* Haruhiists or The S.O.S. Brigade (''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya''); less kindly, Harutard
* Hetalians (''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'')
** Also, from the [[Website/LiveJournal Capslock Community]] Captalia, we have the [[CloudCuckooLander Captalians]]
** Another one from Website/LiveJournal is the [=HetaliaFandomly=].
** "Hetaliafags" by the {{hatedom}}.
* [=JoBros=] for ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' fans.
** Brostars and Sistars.
* Madokies (''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'')
* Miniskirt Army for the ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' fangirls, presumably
** And "Risembool Rangers". Specifically, these two are often used to refer to fans of [[VicMignogna Vic]] and [[Creator/TravisWillingham Travis]] as well. To clarify, Vic's official fan club is the Risembool Rangers, and Travis's is the Miniskirt Army.
* Moonies (''Franchise/SailorMoon'')
* Narutards (''Manga/{{Naruto}}'')
* Orange Roadies (''Manga/KimagureOrangeRoad'') or, alternatively, [=HardKOR=] fans.
* {{Otaku}}, in the western sense which only refers to Anime or Manga.
** There's also "weeaboo" which mostly refers to anime and/or tokuatsu fans who insist on using romanized japanese words in english context as well as completely made-up terms such as "waifu".
* Robotechies, Techies (''{{Robotech}}'')
** [=McKinneyists=] (Those who take the Jack [=McKinney=] novelisations of ''Robotech II: The Sentinels'' as canon)
* Shinigamiphiles (''Manga/{{Bleach}}'')
** Which kind of sucks for those of us who like the [[OvershadowedByAwesome human characters]] or vaizards more than the [[BreakoutCharacter shinigami]].
** The name Bleachers has been tossed around in some places.
* Creator/{{Toonami}} Faithful, for those who revived the block. T.O.M. himself, the host of the block, uses the name.
* [=T&Bros=] (''Anime/TigerAndBunny'')
* X-no-Miko (''Manga/FushigiYuugi''; this is applicable to individual characters only, such as "Tamahome no Miko", "Hotohori no Miko", "Tasuki no Miko", etc.)
** Some of the more neutral fan groups refer to themselves as Seishi and assign counterparts in each group for each character.
* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'': Berserkers; also occasionally used are Apostle Spawn, The Godfans and The Fans Of The Hawk (the latter two in reference to, respectively, the Godhand and the Band of the Hawk.)
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Batmaniacs (Franchise/{{Batman}})
* Horndogs (fans of Creator/HorndogStudios comics, most commonly ''ComicBook/{{Horndog}}'')
* Marvel Zombies (Creator/MarvelComics). Still used occasionally but more of a pre-Internet thing.
** Some fans also call themselves True Believers, after a frequent greeting by Creator/StanLee.
** And before that they were The Merry Marvel Marching Society
* Shellheads: Fans of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
* Wingnuts (Comicbook/{{Nightwing}})
* ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'' and its fan continuation ''Webcomic/SonicTheComicOnline'' have the term "Boomers", which is canon.
* The Carol Corps (for the [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] incarnation of Captain Marvel)
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[[folder:Fanfic]]
* Fans of ''Fanfic/TheLionKingAdventures'' are referred to as Cheesy Servants or Haiba-ites, in honour of the [[BreakoutCharacter Haiba]] character.
* Ben Hutchins, while writing ''Fanfic/UndocumentedFeatures'', wrote that the forums for his work had the patience of "rabid crack weasels". He sometimes regrets having done this, as they've taken the name as their own, even having shirts and hats made for it.
* Fans of Glee fanfic writer Caitlin (also known as 'Keitorin Asthore' or 'redbullandcupcake batter') refer to themselves as 'Cake Pops'. They also refer to Caitlin herself as 'Mama Cake Pop'.
* Another example of the Glee fandom, CP Coulter (author of the famous fic ''FanFic/{{Dalton}}'' has a fandom called "The Coult", its members "Coults". Coulter is commonly called Mama CP or CP Trollter, the latter due to her infamous TrollingCreator tendencies.
* Roleplay/TheVelvetKey was called "Fate/Persona" derisively by people outside the game who disapproved of the large {{Nasuverse}} cast, which at the time took up half the game. This became an InsultBackfire as the cast started calling themselves that proudly.
* ''FanFic/{{Hivefled}}'''s readers are "Fledlings".
* Fans of AnneBWalsh's "Fanfic/{{Dangerverse}}" are known as "The Pack" or "The DA" (The Dangerverse Asylum)
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[[folder:Film]]
* Backies (''Film/BackToTheFuture'')
* Untergangers (''Film/{{Downfall}}''); taken from the original German title of the film. The term was coined by parodist Bossimias when a fellow parodist made a video promoting him on Website/YouTube.
* Ghostheads (''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'')
* Hedheads (''Theatre/HedwigAndTheAngryInch''); in homage to ''Theatre/{{Rent}}'' fans' fan nickname, due to a secondary character's love of ''Rent'' being a plot point in the movie.
* Rum Runners (''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'')
* Warsies (''Franchise/StarWars'')
** 'Jedheads' has also been heard.
** Fandalorians, specifically for fans of Boba Fett and the Mandalorians in general.
** In the movie Film/{{Fanboys}} the trekkies refer to them as "staroids" (though it could be a despective form to call them).
* 9-Tards (''[[WesternAnimation/{{Nine}} 9]]'')
* Programs (''Film/{{Tron}}'' universe)
* Fans of ''Film/TheAvengers''' Loki tend to call themselves Loki's Army.
* Finaddicts (''Film/{{Jaws}}'')
* Once-lings (fans of the Once-ler from the 2012 [[WesternAnimation/TheLorax Lorax]] movie)
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[[folder:Literature]]
* Demigods, for fans of ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'' and its spinoff ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus''.
* Holmesians/Sherlockians (''Franchise/SherlockHolmes'')
** Also, Baker Street Irregulars.
** Subdivided into [[WatsonianVersusDoylist "Watsonians" and "Doylists"]], depending on whether they maintain the affectation that [[DaydreamBeliever the characters and stories are real]] or not.
* In Marisha Pessl's novel ''Night Film'', fans of the (fictional) cult film director Stanislas Cordova refer to themselves as "Cordovites".
* ''Literature/HoratioHornblower'' fans have no overall nickname, but fans of [[EnsembleDarkhorse Archie Kennedy]] call themselves "Crumpeteers," based on the FanNickname for him.
* Janeites (Creator/JaneAusten)
* Lemmings of Discord (''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' {{Hatedom}}), coined in one of the more creative insults they've received.
* Mizzies (''Literature/LesMiserables'') Confusingly, this is sometimes also used as a collective term for the ''[[FanNickname characters]]''.
** 'Mizfits' is a rarer variant.
* Phans (''Literature/ThePhantomOfTheOpera'')
* ''Literature/HarryPotter'' has Potterheads. Also known as Potterites. Pottheads, for a more pejorative term. Also "Potterphile". Non-fans are known as {{Muggles}} or "[[MisaimedFandom Mudbloods]]".
** Another common name is Dumbledore's Army or the D.A.
** Harmonians for the infamously vocal Harry/Hermione shippers
** Herons for their arch-enemies, the Ron/Hermione shippers.
** "Good Shippers" (from "The Good Ship Ron/Hermione") seems to be more common than "Herons".
** Puppyshippers for those shipping Sirius/Remus.
** One Big Happy Weasley Family (OBHWF) for anyone who supports the canon ships for the main characters.
* Ringers (''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'') Pejorative term: Ringnut.
** "Ringers" is used mostly by fans of the movies. Book fans call themselves "Tolkienites".
*** Though "Ringer" has been around since before the movies.
** And Tolkien language nerds use Tolkiendil (pl. Tolkiendili): ''-(n)dil'' is a Quenya (Elvish) suffix roughly equivalent to ''-phile''.
* Shansters for fans of [[Literature/TheSagaOfDarrenShan the]] [[Literature/TheDemonata works]] of Darren Shan.
* Twilighters (''Literature/{{Twilight}}'')
** Along with the more derogatory "Twatlighters" - Though the term usually applies to members of the [[{{hatedom}} Twatlight ONTD livejournal community]] instead.
** Alternately, some people prefer Twitlighters.
** There's also a subgroup called Twilight Moms (Twimoms, for short).
** Twi-hards (from "diehard") and Twitards (more derogatory, from "Twihards" - not to be confused with Twittards, who are Twitter users).
** And twerds (''Twilight''+ {{nerd}}s)
** Twiguys, for those middle-aged men who walk around wearing ''New Moon'' T-shirts.
** Team Jacob and Team Edward, regarding {{shipping}}.
* [=WOFers=] for members of the ''Literature/WarriorCats'' official forum and Wishians for members of the fansite WarriorsWish.
* Hard Core Fan Freaks for those devoted to following Robert Jordan's massive ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' series. These are also known as Randlanders, as the world is often referred to as Randland, which again comes from the name of main character Rand al'Thor
* Phagers for members of the ''Literature/{{Gone}}'' fansite Gaiaphage.com, and Fayzians for fans of the series itself. That being said, most Fayzians are members of Gaiaphage, so the terms overlap a lot.
* Not used often, but several fans of Creator/StephenKing's ''Franchise/TheDarkTower'' series have referred to themselves as "Tower Junkies" based on an offhand(and completely spot-on) comment about Roland made by [[DeadpanSnarker Eddie Dean]] in "The Drawing Of The Three".
* The major ''Literature/TheHungerGames'' fansites had a poll for fans to select their own fandom nickname. "Tributes" won narrowly over "Mockingjays."
* Fans of Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer's WoldNewtonFamily refer to themselves as "Meteorics" - a name inspired by the Wold Newton meteor strike that mutated the members of the Family.
* ''Literature/SkulduggeryPleasant'' fans are known as "minions," or occasionally "munchkins."
* "Afpers" for ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' fans who are on the {{Usenet}} group alt.fan.pratchett.
* Fans of ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials'' who inhabit the BridgeToTheStars website style themselves Sraffies.
* ''Literature/{{Divergent}}'' has an interesting case in which the fans refer to themselves by whichever faction in the books they identify themselves with. (Dauntless, Erudite, Amity, Abnegation, Candor). However, sometimes "Factionless" is used as a general term for all of them, based off the name of one of the fansites.
** The common overall term is "Initiates".
* The ''Literature/MortalInstruments'' fandom has taken for itself the name of the half-angel demon hunters around whom the books revolve, the Shadowhunters.
* Whollies, for fans of the ''{{Unwind}}'' series.
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[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* The ''Series/AmericanIdol'' forums make fan clubs for each contestant, each with their own unique name, which can range from simply being based on the contestant's name (last year's "Arch Angels" for David Archuleta (now shortened to just "Archies"), this year's "Gokey Gang", "Anoop Troop", etc.) to a reference to a prominent feature (fans of last year's dreadlocked contestant Jason Castro called themselves "Dreadheads") to the more arcane (after David Cook called himself a "word nerd" in reference to his love of crossword puzzles in an early interview, his fan group christened themselves the Word Nerds), to the just plain weird (last year's contestant Ramiele Malubay was small, cute, Asian, and had a powerful voice--so the fan group decided to christen themselves the "[[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Pikachu]] Posse.")
** ''Series/BigBrother'' fans do the same.
* Arrowheads (''Series/{{Arrow}}'' or Green Arrow in general.)
* Babblers or Fivers for ''Series/BabylonFive'' fans.
* Bombshells (''Series/BombGirls'')
* Beasties (''Series/BeautyAndTheBeast'')
* Browncoats (''Series/{{Firefly}}'')
* Buffistas or Scoobies (''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'')
** Kittens are a sub-group of BTVS fans who specifically ship Willow/Tara
*** There's also ''[=FireStarters=]'' (Spike/Buffy shippers) and ''Immortal Lovers'' (Angel/Buffy shippers).
** The Buffy fandom as a whole has been referred to as "Buffonia."
** "Whedonites" for those who are fans of all of Creator/JossWhedon's works. They sometimes also call themselves the [[CreatorWorship Cult of Joss]].
* Colbert Nation for fans of ''Series/TheColbertReport''. [[Creator/StephenColbert Stephen]] regularly refers to them as such.
* Coconuts (or Team Coco), for fans of Creator/ConanOBrien.
* Downtonians (''Series/DowntonAbbey'')
* Duesers (''Series/DueSouth'')
* Dunderheads (''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office [US Version]]]'')
* Dwarfer (''Series/RedDwarf'')
** Also Smegheads.
* Flynatics (''Series/ANTFarm'') - the nickname for Chyna-Fletcher shippers. It's unknown if such names exist for shippers of other ships in the show.
* ''Series/ForeverKnight'' has nicknames for each ''segment'' of the community, it would take a whole page to list them all. Each ship and character fan group has a nickname.
* Gateheads (''Series/StargateSG1'', ''Series/StargateAtlantis'')
* Gleeks (''Series/{{Glee}}'')
** Those who only watch the show for Kurt Hummel are known as Kurtsies.
** The fans who are [[Creator/TeamStarkid Star Kids]] as well as Gleeks are numerous enough to warrant their own nickname: Stargleeks.
* Go-ers (''WesternAnimation/FilmationsGhostbusters'' live action series)
* Gothniks (''Series/AmericanGothic'')
* Grifters (''Series/{{Leverage}}'')
* [[IncrediblyLamePun Grimmlins]] or Grimmsters (''Series/{{Grimm}}'')
* Fans of NBC's ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'' call themselves ''Fannibals''.
* Heroes (''Series/TheColbertReport'') - also 'It-Getters' and 'The Colbert Nation', which have slightly different connotations. Unique in that these names were given to the fans by Colbert in the ''first episode'', and stuck.
* Human Beings (''Series/{{Community}}'') taken from the school's mascot, The Greendale Human Being.
** Alternately, Communies
* iCarlies - (''Series/ICarly''), based on what the recurring villain Nevel calls the PowerTrio. Not as widely used as the nicknames for the two major shipper groups though:
** The Sam/Freddie "Seddie Warriors"
** The Carly/Freddie "Creddie Scholars".
* Irrelevants (''Series/PersonOfInterest'')
* [=JAGnik=] (''Series/{{JAG}}'')
* Joan Rangers (''Fashion Police'', hosted by Joan Rivers)
* Leaper (''Series/QuantumLeap'')
* Lostralians, Lostaways, Lostie (''Series/{{Lost}}'')
** "Jaters" and "Skaters" for the J/K and S/K shippers
** Don't forget the Jacketeers!
* Merkins for ''Series/{{Merlin}}'' fans, though it was what they were dubbed by someone rather than given by the fans themselves.
* [=MSTie=] (''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000''). It is the task of [=MSTies=] to KeepCirculatingTheTapes of episodes not released on DVD.
* Newpsies, a somewhat self-derisive nickname a lot of ''Series/TheOC'' fans use. Suitable too given how self-referential and somewhat self-derisive the show could be.
* Nonnatuns (''Series/CallTheMidwife'')
* ''Series/PushingDaisies'' fans have been known in some parts to argue over whether "Daisy-Pushers" or "Pie Hos" would be a preferential fan community nickname. (When deciding, as the mention of this conflict will most assuredly have you doing, please note the negative connotations of "Pie Hos".)
* Psych-Os (''Series/{{Psych}}'')
* Ranger Nation (Franchise/PowerRangers)
* Robot Skeleton Army, for fans of Craig Ferguson and ''Series/TheLateLateShow''.
* Roomfriends (Series/{{NewGirl}})
* Sam!Girls, Dean!Girls, and Misha!Wives (''Series/{{Supernatural}}'').
** Fans of Creator/MishaCollins have been dubbed "Misha's Minions". (Also, somewhat facetiously, the actor himself stated that on the weekends they shall be known as "Flunkies".)
** Don't forget Saltgunners (overall Fandom), Mooseketeers (Sam/Jared Padalecki Fans) and Twicksters (Fan of Trickster/Gabe)
* Scaper (''Series/{{Farscape}}'')
** Fargater (''Farscape'' fans who've followed Ben Browder and Creator/ClaudiaBlack over to ''Series/StargateSG1'')
* ''Series/{{Fringe}}'' fans refer to themselves as "cortexifans", a pun on the drug developed by [[MegaCorp Massive Dynamic]] that is [[AppliedPhlebotinum responsible for a majority of the weird shit in the series.]]
* Sidekicks (''Series/{{Heroes}}'')
* Sleepyheads (''Series/SleepyHollow'')
* Smithies (''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures''). Not to be confused with [[OneGenderSchool students or alumnae]] of [[http://www.smith.edu Smith]] [[UsefulNotes/AmericanEducationalSystem College]], who are also called Smithies.
* Stoned Slackers (''Series/TheDailyShow''), a name adopted [[InsultBackfire after it was used pejoratively]] by [[Series/TheOReillyFactor Bill O'Reilly]]
* Suitors (''Series/Suits'')
* Toddies (''ToddAndTheBookOfPureEvil'')
* Trekkies or Trekkers (''Franchise/StarTrek'')
* Tru(e)bies (''Series/TrueBlood'')
* Wheel Watcher: ''Series/WheelOfFortune''. While the Wheel Watchers Club has been online since 2003, this term was actually coined [[OlderThanTheyThink in 1987 during an ad campaign that Pat Sajak didn't really like all that much]].
* Wingnuts (''Series/TheWestWing'')
* Whosers (''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway?'')
* [[DoctorWhoFans Whovians]] (''Series/DoctorWho'')
** "Wholigans" is an alternative sometimes used in the UK.
*** That must be confusing whenever they run into someone [[JustForPun who]] likes Music/TheWho (see Music examples below).
** "Whosiers" is not unheard-of.
** The nickname for everyone ''else'' is The Not-We, based on a line from "[[Recap/DoctorWhos19E3Kinda Kinda]]".
** Similarly fans of only New Who have been known as Newvians.
* Woodies (''Series/{{Torchwood}}'')
* X-Philes (''Series/TheXFiles'')
* Xenites (''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'')
* Devotees of British actor Creator/BenedictCumberbatch (catapulted to fandom by his portrayal of the [[Franchise/SherlockHolmes eponymous character]] in the BBC Series ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'') happily refer to themselves as "Cumberbitches".
** Though that's becoming very rare. They now mostly refer to themselves as "Cumberbabes", since Benedict himself disliked their previous nickname. The adjective to describe such a person is "Ben-addicted" or "Cumberbatched". Another one is [[http://cumberbatchweb.tumblr.com/post/57601818420/have-you-heard-of-the-term-cumbercookies-its-to "Cumbercookie"]], since they are all Cumbercookies and together they make this beautiful [[{{Pun}} Cumberbatch]].
*** The term has regained popularity since ''Sherlock'' hit the United States.
*** [[http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/cumberbitches Tumblr]] would beg to [[http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/cumberbitch differ]].
** Sherlockians has become popular for fans of the show and not just Benedict in particular. Although it's also used by fans of the books.
* [[Creator/FoodNetwork Sandra Lee]] haters on TelevisionWithoutPity call themselves "shrikes." The name "shrike" came about when a Sandra Lee defender commented on an article about Sandra Lee and called her detractors "shrikes." Conversely, her fans are referred to as "Fandras."
* Fans of famous Creator/DisneyChannel celebrities have nicknames as well, often popularized on {{Twitter}}:
** Music/MileyCyrus: Smilers, due to the name "Miley" being a shortened version of her father's nickname fo her, "Smiley Miley"
** Music/SelenaGomez: Selenators
*** [[WordOfGod Selena has in]] {{Instagram}} pictures taken on her 2013 ''Stars Dance'' tour referred to her youngest of fans affectionately as the "Littles".
** EmilyOsment: Osminators
** Music/DemiLovato: Lovatics
** Creator/BellaThorne: Bellarinas
** ZendayaColeman: Zswaggers
** Music/ChinaAnneMcClain: China Dolls
** [[Series/DogWithABlog G. Hannelius]]: Hannelators or Hannelians
** Music/TheJonasBrothers: Jonatics
** Creator/DebbyRyan: Deboraliens
** Music/BridgitMendler: Mendies/Mendlovers
** Creator/SierraMcCormick: Sierra Bears
** Creator/OliviaHolt: Olivians
** Creator/PeytonRList: Peytonators
** [[Series/{{Jessie}} Skai Jackson]]: Skaiwalkers
** [[Film/GirlVsMonster Katherine McNamara]]: Kit Kats
* For fans of famous Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} celebrities:
** Music/VictoriaJustice: Victorians
** Music/ArianaGrande: Arianators/Ariana's Army
** Creator/JennetteMcCurdy: [=McCurdians=]
** Creator/MirandaCosgrove: Cosgrovers
** LizGillies: Gillians/Lizbians
** Series/BigTimeRush: Rushers
** Creator/DaniellaMonet: Dee-Mo Army/Dee-Monsters
** Creator/NathanKress: Kressers
** Creator/AvanJogia: Avanators/Jogians
** Lane Napper (the guidance counselor in ''Series/{{Victorious}}''): the Lane Train
* While there isn't one for the fandom as a whole, the ''Series/GameOfThrones'' community on TelevisionWithoutPity is divided between the Unsullied (those who have not read the [[Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire books]]), and the Bookwalkers (those who have read the books). Unlike [[BrokenBase most divisions among fandoms]], this one is quite amiable, aside from resentment among the Unsullied for when Bookwalkers drop spoilers.
* The popularity of certain [[FriendlyFandoms crossover fandoms]] has produced such names as Wholockians (fans of Series/DoctorWho and Series/{{Sherlock}}), Superwhovians (fans of Series/{{Supernatural}} and Series/DoctorWho), and Superwholockians (fans of all three).
* Power Force (Saban's name for [[BigNameFan Big Name]] ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' fans)
** When the [[FanDumb extremist fringes]] of the [[FriendlyFandoms traditionally friendly]] ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' and ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' fandoms go off at one another, one will refer to the other as Sentai Snobs and Anti-Sentites respectfully.
** Saban has also used the terms Super Fans and Ranger Nation, referring to the PeripheryDemographic adult fanbase as a whole. Neither were popular with the fandom however, and Ranger Nation is already the name for the fans of the [[UsefulNotes/NationalHockeyLeague New York Rangers NHL team]].
* Fans of ''Series/OnceUponATime'' call themselves "Oncers." There are quite a few nicknames for different subfandoms of them, too:
** "Evil Regals" are devotees of The Evil Queen/Regina Mills.
** "Dearies" are fans of Rumpelstiltskin/Mr. Gold.
** "Little Reds" are fans of Red Riding Hood/Ruby.
** "The Fairest" are fans of Snow White/Mary Margaret Blanchard.
** "Charmers" are fans of Prince "Charming" James/David Nolan.
** "Crickets" are fans of Jiminy Cricket/Archie Hopper.
** "Hookers" are fans of Captain Hook/Killian Jones
** "Rumbellers" are fans of the Rumpelstiltskin/Belle {{ship|ping}}.
** "Snowings" are fans of the Snow White/Charming ship.
** "Mad Swanners" are fans of the Emma/Jefferson ship.
** Fans of the [[IdiosyncraticShipNaming Swan Queen]] ([[FoeYay Regina]]/[[LesYay Emma]]) ship call themselves "Swen".
* Sibunas (''Series/HouseOfAnubis'').
* Mouseketeers (All versions of the MickeyMouseClub)[[note]]It's the also the name of the actual performers on the show, with Roy Williams in the original 1950s version calling himself the "Big Mooseketeer".[[/note]]
** The Mickey Mouse Club (after the show) for fans of Mickey himself (as well as the aforementioned "Mouseketeers").
* Zooberoos (ZoobileeZoo, used by [[BenVereen Mayor]] [[TheDanza Ben]]; not to be confused with "Zoobles", which refers to the characters)
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[[folder:Music]]
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* Music/TwoNEOne: Blackjacks
* Music/ThirtySecondsToMars: The Echelon
* [[Music/ThreeEleven 311]]: The Excitable Ones or The Excitable Crew
* A (ACE): Hearties
* Music/{{Adele}}: Daydreamers
* Music/{{Aerosmith}}: Blue Army
* Music/ChristinaAguilera: Fighters
* After School: Playgirlz
* Alice Nine: Number Sixes
* All Levels at Once: Once-lers
* Music/AlterBridge: The AB Nation
* Music/ToriAmos: Toriphiles or Ears With Feet. Tori Amos even made up the EWF name herself to refer to her fans.
* An Cafe: Kafekkos/Cafekkos
* Music/{{Angelspit}}: Cyberpunk Riot Squad
* Music/TheAquabats: Aquacadets
* Music/EmilieAutumn: Muffins or Plague Rats. The Asylum Army gets used occasionally, as well.
* Music/AvengedSevenfold: Avengers
** The Family has also been used since the release of Nightmare and the single "Welcome to the Family"
** Others have favoured the term "Deathbats" (in reference to the band's logo) in order to avoid confusion with the ''other'' [[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avengers]].
* Bachman-Turner Overdrive: Gearheads
* Music/TheBeatles: Beatlemaniacs. One of the earliest.
** Beatlenuts for those who are ''really'' into the Beatles.
* Music/JustinBieber: Beliebers
* Better Than Ezra: Ezralites
* Music/{{Beyonce}}: Beyhives
* Music/TheBirthdayMassacre: Murder Tramps or Violet Prisoners
* Porcelain Black: Trainwrecks
* Music/BlackEyedPeas: Peabodies
* Black Label Society: [=SDMFs=] (read as either "Society Dwelling Mother Fucker" or "Strength Determination Merciless Forever"), Berserkers, or the Doom Crew
** [[LikeFatherLikeSon Parakeets for the younger ones.]]
* Black Veil Brides: BVB Army, divided into "Bridesmaids" for females and "Ushers" for males.
* Bloc Party: Marshall (if you liked the band before their first album) or Pioneer (if you liked them after they released it). This used to refer to their paid membership on their old website. Some even call themselves Weekenders after AWITC.
* Music/DavidBowie: Areaologists, or the Church of Areaology collectively. It's best not to get into [[BiggerIsBetterInBed where the term originates from]].
* Music/ChrisBrown: Team Breezy
* Music/{{Buckethead}}: Bucketbots.
* Music/BuckTick: [=BITches=], Fish Tankers
* Music/JimmyBuffett: Parrotheads
* Music/{{Cardiacs}}: Fishes. The fanbase as a whole is the Pond.
* Music/MariahCarey: Lambs
* Cascada: Nat's Rats
* ChameleonCircuit: For all intents and purposes, [[DoctorWhoFans Whovians.]] See Series/DoctorWho above. "Trockers" or "Trock Stars" may also apply.
* Music/ChildrenOfBodom: The Children of Bodom Hate Crew (Commonly abbreviated to COBHC.)
* Music/{{Cimorelli}}: The [=CimFam=] (shorthand for Cimorelli Family)
* Music/CoheedAndCambria: Ones Among the Fence or Children of the Fence
* Music/CherylCole: Soldiers
* Music/AliceCooper: Sick Things
* The Cooper Temple Clause: Team Cooper
* Music/MirandaCosgrove: Cosgrovers
* Music/CrayonPop: Sketchbooks, or "Pop-jussi/Pop-jumma" for their older fans.
* Music/{{D}}: Ultimate Lovers
* Music/DalShabet: Darlings
* Deluhi: Deluhists
* Music/DemonHunter: The Blessed Resistance
* Music/DepecheMode: Mothers or Modies
* D'espairsRay: Manias
* Music/{{Devo}}: Spuds. Less common are Beautiful Mutants or Devotees
* Music/DirEnGrey: Knots or more lately The Merciless Cult
* The Dirty Heads: Wylees
* Music/{{Disturbed}}: Disturbed1s (pronounced "Disturbed Ones") or Disturbed Brothers and Sisters.
* Music/DoctorSteel: [[Website/ToySoldiersUnite Army of Toy Soldiers]], Toy Soldiers Unite!
* Music/DongBangShinKi: Cassiopeia or Cassies
* Music/DuranDuran: Durannies
* Music/IanDuryAndTheBlockheads: (Honorary) Blockheads, although fans often come up with their own nick names. Harold Turkeypants (from Arnold Chickenshorts) is another.
* Music/{{Empires}}: Jackalopes
* Music/EnterShikari: Lions
* Music/{{Erasure}}: Erasurettes
* Music/{{Esham}}: Suicidalists
* Music/{{EXO}}: Exotics
* Music/FallOutBoy: Overcast Kids, a reference to their paid fan club or Car Crash Hearts.
* Fatima: Downers
* Music/FearFactory: Machines of Hate
* Music/LupeFiasco: Lasers or FNF Army. The latter is older and stands for First and Fifteenth. the name of his record label and the street corner he grew up on.
* Fifth Harmony: Harmonizers
* Music/FiveFingerDeathPunch: Knuckleheads
* Music/{{Gackt}}: Dears
* Music/{{Garbage}}: Darklings, coined by Shirley Manson herself.
* Music/TheGazette: Sixth Guns
* Teddy Geiger has a fan collective who dub themselves "Tedheads".
* Girls' Day: Daisies.
* Music/GirlsGeneration: Sones. It means ''wish'' in Korean.
* Steve Grand: GrandFam
* Music/TheGratefulDead: Dead Heads. Along with Beatlemaniacs, one of the first of its kind, and easily the most imitated.
* Music/JoshGroban: Grobanites
* GOT7 - Gotchas
* Music/EllieGoulding: Goulddiggers
* Music/{{GWAR}}: Bohabs
* Music/{{Hatebreed}}: Diehards
* Music/{{Hawkwind}}: Hawkfans
* Music/{{Heart}}: Heartmongers
* Music/TheHoldSteady: The Unified Scene
* Music/HollywoodUndead: The Undead Army
* Music/IcedEarth: Iced Earthlings
* Music/ImagineDragons: Firebreathers
* Music/InsaneClownPosse: {{Juggalo}}s
* Janne Da Arc: Janners
* Music/JessieJ: Heartbeats
* Music/JethroTull: Tullaholics
* Music/{{Keane}}: Strangers, for the song "We Might As Well Be Strangers." Also doubles as a demonym for ''Strangeland'', [[HilariousInHindsight though it was coined long before its release]].
* Music/{{Kerli}}: Moon Children
* Music/{{Kesha}}: Animals
* Wiz Khalifa: Taylor Gang
* Music/TheKillers: Victims
* Music/KingCrimson: Crimheads
* Music/{{KISS}}: KISS Army
* Kra: Krakkos
* Music/LadyGaga: Little Monsters. Coined by Gaga herself in reference to the album ''The Fame Monster'' and her 2010 ''Monster Ball'' tour.
** And during ''The Fame'', fans would refer to themselves as Gagarazzi.
* Music/AdamLambert: Glamberts
** Fans of his bass player Tommy Joe Ratliff call themselves Badgers after an old hairstyle.
* Lareine: Fleurs
* Music/AvrilLavigne: Little Black Stars
* Music/LedZeppelin: Ledheads or Zepheads
* Music/LemonDemon: Illemonati
* Music/{{Lights}}: Team Lights, Lights Army, or The [=LASers=] (the ‘LAS’ stands for ‘Lights Addiction Syndrome’)
* Music/CherLloyd: Brats
* Music/PixieLott: Crazy Cats, often just 'Cats' or even 'Catties'.
** Her debut headlining concert tour was even called 'The Crazy Cat Tour'.
* Music/DemiLovato: Lovatics
* MachinaeSupremacy: Machinae Supremacists. MaSuSexual has been spotted as an adjective form.
* BarryManilow: Maniloonies
** Also Fanilows
* Music/{{Manowar}}: Immortals
* Music/MarinaAndTheDiamonds: Diamonds
* Music/BrunoMars: Hooligans
* [[Music/McFly McFly]]: Galaxy Defenders after a line in the song Star Girl.
* Music/{{Megadeth}}: [[Literature/AClockworkOrange Droogies]]
* Music/{{Metallica}}: Metallibangers or Metallicats
* Music/{{Mew}}: Frengers. It’s a portmanteau of ''friends'' and ''strangers''.
* Music/NickiMinaj: Barbies
* Music/TheMisfits: Fiends
* Music/{{Miyavi}}: Co-Miyavis
* Moi dix Mois: Distuns. This is even used by the band themselves.
* Moran: Holics
* Music/MotleyCrue: Crüeheads
* Music/{{Motorhead}}: Motörheadbangers
* MUCC: Muckers
* Music/MumfordAndSons: Mumfies (no, not [[WesternAnimation/TheMagicAdventuresofMumfie that Mumfie]].)
* Music/{{Muse}}: Musers
* Music/MyChemicalRomance: [=MCRmy=] or Killjoys
* Music/OliviaNewtonJohn: The Hopelessly Devoted
* Music/OingoBoingo: Boingoloids
* Music/OneDirection: Directioners (new or otherwise "unworthy" fans are often disparagingly called Directionaters)
* Music/OwlCity: Hoot Owls
* Panzer Bastard: Bastards
* Music/{{Paramore}}: Parawhores. May come from the meaning of the word ‘paramour’ (an illicit lover) which is pronounced the same as Paramore.
* Music/KatyPerry: Katycats
* Music/PetShopBoys: Petheads
* Music/{{Phish}}: Phish Heads. Phans and Glides are also acceptable, although uncommon.
* Music/PinkFloyd: Floydians.
* Music/{{Primus}}: Bastards
* Music/TheProdigy: In recent years, they've taken to calling their fans Warriors.
* Music/TheProtomen: Protofans, 'Brotomen'(mostly on Website/{{Tumblr}}), the Light Brigade.
* Razormaze: Slaves
* Music/{{Rihanna}}: Rihanna Navy
* Music/{{Rush}}: Rushaholics
* Music/{{Sabaton}}: Panzer Battalion
* Music/SchoolyardHeroes: Skeleton Army
* SCREW: Mura Musume ("Purple Daughters", not to be confused with [[Music/HelloProject Morning Musume]])
* Music/SHINee: Shawol (from "SHINee World")
** Each member even has their own fanclub name- [=MVPs=] for Onew, Blingers for Jonghyun, Lockets for Key, Flames for Minho, and Taemints for Taemin.
* Sister Hazel: Hazelnuts
* Music/{{Skillet}}: Panheads
* Music/{{Slayer}}: The Slaytanic Wehrmacht
* Music/{{Slipknot}}: Maggots
* Music/SoundHorizon: Laurents
* Spiv States: [=WARPs=]
* Music/SpocksBeard: Beardies
* Music/SteamPoweredGiraffe: Fanbots or Engineer-eteers. The latter is also the official name for the group's paid subscribers.
** The tumblr fanbase sometimes are called the Fanmily.
* Music/SteeleyeSpan: Spanners
* Music/LindseyStirling: Stirlingites.
* Stone Sour: The Dead Generation
* [=SuG=]: Papicozes
* Suicidal Tendencies: Suicidals
* Music/SuperJunior: ELF. It stands for [[FunWithAcronyms Ever-LastingFriends]]. And that’s not counting all the Fan Community Nicknames for each of the members.
* Music/TaylorSwift: Swifties
* Music/TheyMightBeGiants: Giantheads.
** Also, Floodies for those who started following the band due to the album ''Flood''. Sometimes used pejoratively (sometimes it's claimed that the only TMBG album Floodies actually like is ''Flood'').
* Music/TokioHotel: Aliens. This was even cemented in the MTVO Music Awards.
* Music/{{Turbonegro}}: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turbojugend Turbojugend]]
* Music/TwentyOnePilots: The Skeleton Clique.
* Music/TwistedSister: S.M.F.. Dee Synder notoriously explained to Senator Al Gore that it stood for "Sick Mother Fuckers" during the 1985 Senate hearing on offensive content in music.
* Music/CarrieUnderwood: Care Bears
* Music/UriahHeep: Heepsters
* Music/VanillaIce: V.I.P's[[note]]'''V'''anilla '''I'''ce '''P'''osse[[/note]] or Ninjas
* Music/{{Versailles}}: Decendants of the Rose, or just Descendants or Roses
* Music/TheWhiteStripes: Candy Cane Children
* Music/TheWho: Wholigans
* Music/WuTangClan: Killa Bees
* Music/XJapan: Early on X Army as an {{expy}} of Music/{{KISS}} Kiss Army. Changed to "X" or "X Freaks" over time.
** [[Music/YoshikiHayashi Yoshiki]]: Nurses, due to an InJoke.
* Music/WeirdAlYankovic: The Close Personal Friends of Al
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
* The Bomb Squad ([[Wrestling/BryanClarke Adam Bomb]])
* The [=CeNation=] (formerly The Chain Gang) (Wrestling/JohnCena)
* Peeps (Wrestling/{{Christian}})
* The Funkateers ("Funkasaurus" Wrestling/BrodusClay)
* Coleminers (Wrestling/MichaelCole)
* Edgeheads (Wrestling/{{Edge}})
* Eddicts (Wrestling/EddieGuerrero)
* Mattitude Followers (MFers for short) (Wrestling/MattHardy)
* Hulkamaniacs (Wrestling/HulkHogan). The UrExample for wrestling.
* The James Gang (Wrestling/MickieJames)
* Jerichoholics (Wrestling/ChrisJericho)
* The short lived Kaneanites (Wrestling/{{Kane}})
* Kennedicts (Mr. Ken Kennedy)
** Assholes (Mr. Anderson)
* The Boom Squad (Wrestling/KofiKingston)
* [=Lodites=] and [=Lodettes=] ([[Characters/WCWInvasion Lodi]]. Coined by Lodi himself)
* The Dozens and Dozens of [[Wrestling/MickFoley Mankind]] fans.
** Love Children (as Dude Love)
* [[Wrestling/TheKliq Kliqsters]] (Wrestling/ShawnMichaels)
** The DX Army (Wrestling/DGenerationX)
* Mizfits (Wrestling/TheMiz)
* [=Mooreons=] (Shannon Moore)
* [=JoMoSapiens=] (Wrestling/JohnMorrison)
* [[{{Pun}} Rampaigers]] (Wrestling/{{Paige}})
* [[SpellMyNameWithAThe The People]] ([[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]])
** The Millions and Millions of Rock fans.
** Team Bring It.
* The Ryder Revolution (Wrestling/ZackRyder)
* Stingers (Wrestling/{{Sting}})
* The [=Stormtroopers=] (Wrestling/LanceStorm)
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsOMC9I0Usg&feature=related Testicles]] (Wrestling/{{Test}})
* [=BeliEVErs=] (Wrestling/EveTorres)
* Warriors (Wrestling/UltimateWarrior; who has also referred to his fans as his "Little Warriors" as well)
* Creatures of the Night (Wrestling/TheUndertaker)
** Wrestling/{{TNA}} ripped off this one for Wrestling/JeffHardy
* The Cult of Cornette for Wrestling/JimCornette
* YES Men, The YES Movement ([[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Daniel Bryan]])
* The CHIKARMY (Wrestling/{{CHIKARA}})
* Mutants (pre-{{Revival}} Wrestling/{{ECW}})
** Wrestling/PaulHeyman usually refers to the Mutants as "you crazy bastards," which is accurate.
* [=ROHbots=] (Wrestling/RingOfHonor)
* Wrestling/{{WWE}} seems dead set on branding fans of the promotion in general as, collectively, "The WWE Universe." The effort the announcers and wrestlers put into shilling the new name makes it seem [[ForcedMeme forced and unnatural]] in their dialogue.
* Internet-using wrestling fans in general have been called "the IWC," or "Internet Wrestling Community."
* During the Wrestling/MondayNightWars era, Wrestling/{{WWE}} fans labeled Wrestling/{{WCW}} fans "Lemmings" (following the floundering WCW off a cliff) and WCW fans labeled WWE fans "Sheep" (follwing WWE no matter what). Members of both communities embraced the monikers ironically.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Radio]]
* Dittoheads: Fans of the Radio/RushLimbaugh Talk radio show, coined from callers' tendency to say "Dittos" as a greeting to the host, which originated from one caller who said that instead of spending valuable airtime praising the show and the host, she would simply "ditto what the previous caller said" - at first used derisively by those who assumed it simply meant blind agreement with the host, but openly embraced by the fans.
* Fans of British radio star Terry Wogan are either [=TOGs=] (Terry's Old Geezers/Gals) or [=TYGs=] (Terry's Young Guys/Girls). There are also a number of other terms no longer in widespread use, such as [=TWITs=] (Terry Wogan Is Top).
* Australian radio host Philip Adams refers to his listeners as "Gladdies," a reference to a running joke that the only people who listen to his show are little old ladies called Gladys.
* Clones: Fans of the Jim Rome sports talk show, spawned from fans and callers' tendency to have similar opinions to each other adn often simply reiterating Rome's given opinon on a topic.
* Cabin Crew or Fandot: Fans of the BBC series ''Radio/{{CabinPressure}}'', which is about a tiny charter airline called MJN Air. The "fandot" references Carolyn Knapp-Shappey's line "I don't have an airline. I have one jet. You cannot put one jet in a line. If MJN is anything, it is an airdot."
* Dementoids and Dementites: Fans of the DrDemento show, used by Dr. Demento himself (although he's also known to reverse the order [i.e., "Dementites and Dementoids"]).

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Sports]]
* Libbies [[http://www.wnba.com/liberty/index_main.html (The New York Liberty) ]]
* Arnie's Army (Arnold Palmer)
* Cheeseheads or Packer-backers ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanFootball Green Bay Packers]]), the former because of their habit of wearing foam cheese wedge hats to Packer games they attend.
* Cardinal Nation ([[UsefulNotes/{{Baseball}} St. Louis Cardinals]])
* The Lake Show ([[UsefulNotes/NationalBasketballAssociation Los Angeles Lakers]])
* Red Army ([[BritishFootyTeams Manchester United Football Club]])
* Red Sox Nation ([[UsefulNotes/{{Baseball}} Boston Red Sox]])
* Raider Nation ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanFootball Oakland Raiders]])
* And the original sports "nation," Steeler Nation ([[UsefulNotes/AmericanFootball Pittsburgh Steelers]]), coined in 1975.
** Members of Red Sox Nation would like to point out that Red Sox Nation has existed (under various names) since at least '1903', and that, therefore, they pre-date "Steeler Nation" by almost three-quarters of a century.
* Canuckleheads, used by detractors of the [[UsefulNotes/NationalHockeyLeague Vancouver Canucks]]
* Leafs Nation ([[UsefulNotes/NationalHockeyLeague Toronto Maple Leafs]]) Alternately, [[SelfDeprecation Long Suffering Leafs fan]].
* Sens Army ([[UsefulNotes/NationalHockeyLeague Ottawa Senators]]). There is also a faction of Sens fans who call themselves the Red Scarf Union and all members [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin don red scarves]] at games.
* Brazil's [[TheBeautifulGame soccer]] teams have a few [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torcida besides the ultras]]: among others, Corinthians is "Bunch of Crazies" (Bando de loucos), Cruzeiro is "Blue China" (China azul), Atlético-MG is "The Mass" (A Massa), and Internacional are "Colorados" (referencing a Spanish word for red).
* Dawgs (Cleveland Browns, coined by cornerback Hanford Dixon in 1985; the bleacher section is named the Dawg Pound).
* Devils Army ([[UsefulNotes/NationalHockeyLeague New Jersey Devils]])
* The 12th man [[UsefulNotes/AmericanFootball (Seattle Seahawks)]]. Now known for setting a ''world record'' for stadium noise.
** I'm sorry, that term has been used by [[UsefulNotes/CollegiateAmericanFootball Texas A&M]] for decades before the Seahawks ever existed. In fact, the Seahawks pay A&M to use the term.
* {{NASCAR}} has several, with the Junior Nation (Dale Earnhardt Jr.), the Said Heads (part-time driver Boris Said), and the Rainbow Warriors (Jeff Gordon) being the most well known.
* Big Blue Nation (University of Kentucky sports, especially men's basketball).
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* While fans of ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' can't seem to agree on a collective name for themselves, the team of fanzine writers called "The Kargatane" deserve a mention, for naming themselves after the in-game brainwashed mooks of the Kargat: a secret police force for which Ravenloft's original [=TSR=] design team was nicknamed.
* Wahams for Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000
** Fans of [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} the Ork Faction of Warhammer]] have been known to call themselves "Nobz," "Gitz," or simply, "Da Boyz," which are all terms for groups of orkish individuals in the game.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Theatre]]
* Guilty Ones (''SpringAwakening'')
* Jekkies (''Jekyll and Hyde: TheMusical'')
* Rentheads (''Theatre/{{RENT}}'')
** Also Compulsive Bowlers, largely from the online fandom
* Jellicles (''Theatre/{{Cats}}'')
* Mizzies (''Theatre/LesMiserables'')
* Phans (''Theatre/ThePhantomOfTheOpera'')
* Sondheads (fans of Creator/StephenSondheim)
* [tos]ser (''Theatre/TitleOfShow'')
* Fansies for fans of ''Film/{{Newsies}}''. It counts for fans of both the musical and the original movie.
* Bohemians or Ga Ga Kids for WeWillRockYou
* ACLholics (''AChorusLine'')
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Toys]]
* [=AFOLs=], used specifically to refer to [[FunWithAcronyms adult fans of]] {{LEGO}}.
* Franchise/{{Barbie}} Girls after the song by Music/{{Aqua}}, but only after Creator/{{Mattel}} started officially using their own versions of the song.
** The magazine and official website has Barbie herself referring to the fans as "dolls".
** "Brobies" has been suggested for male Barbie fans (especially for fans of WebAnimation/BarbieLifeInTheDreamhouse).
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Video Games]]
* "Vidmasters" for ''Marathon'' fans. The term originally referred to people who could beat every level on the hardest difficulty with only the starting equipment and without saving. Sometimes, "Spazeroid" is used for fans who are not very good at the game, but it didn't catch on as much.
* [=RuneScapers=] or Gielinorians (which is canon) for ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' players.
* Gearheads (''VideoGame/GearsOfWar'')
* Starconners (''VideoGame/StarControl'', after a member of the [[EstrogenBrigade Frungy Lovers]] Community decided that the other options were too odd.)
** Deviant Schoolgirls on Speed (members of the aforementioned [[http://community.livejournal.com/frungylovers/profile Frungy Lovers]] community, where MostFanficWritersAreGirls with [[Administrivia/TheContentPolicyAndThe5PCircuit ...interesting]] [[RuleThirtyFour consequences]]. Coined by a member on [[http://www.star-control.com/forum/index.php?topic=1582.0 a fan forum less prone to fan fiction,]] and subsequently embraced.)
* Taffers (''VideoGame/{{Thief}}'')
* Type-Lunatics (games by ''[[{{Nasuverse}} TypeMoon]]'')
* Adventurers for players of ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing''.
* Questers for fans of Creator/{{Sierra}} games.
* Pokemaniacs or Trainers (''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'')
* Within Bioware fandoms, fans of certain characters get interesting nicknames:
** In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', we have Fengirls and Fanders.
* EarthBounders/Bounders (''VideoGame/EarthBound'')
* "Fatlus" can refer to either the developer Atlus or the fans of their games, referencing the stereotype that most people who play [[EasternRPG JRPGs]] outside of Japan are fat nerds.
* Fans of ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'' are creatively referred to as Assassins by both developers and fans.
* Dot pokers (''VideoGame/DJMAXTechnika'')
* Sonicfags (''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'')
* Smashers (''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'')
** Too Bigots, a not-too affectionate nickname for the VocalMinority who thinks that [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} Ridley]] (or any other particularly large character like [[VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry King K. Rool]]) shouldn't be made playable at all because of his size.
* Minecrafters, from, obviously, ''{{VideoGame/Minecraft}}''.
** Or Minecraftians
* Fans of ''VideoGame/CrusaderKings'', ''VideoGame/EuropaUniversalis'', ''VideoGame/{{Victoria}}'', and ''VideoGame/HeartsOfIron'' are collectively known as Paradoxians (after the developer, Creator/ParadoxInteractive).
* Xboners for XboxOne fans.
* Flocks (''VideoGame/AngryBirds'')
* Sony fans are called the PlayStation Nation by SCE, and a number of less respectable names by detractors.
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* Deleteheads (''[[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad Email]]'')
* Dreamhousers (''WebAnimation/BarbieLifeInTheDreamhouse'')
* The FNDM (''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'')
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* The Webcomic/{{Xkcd}} {{Hatedom}} refers to fans as "Cuddlefish."
* Hannafags (''Webcomic/HannaIsNotABoysName'')
** There's also Hannafans and fHannas, both of which came from the (new) forum.
* Homestuckers, Homestucks, or (ironically) Hamsteaks (''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'')
* Housers (''Webcomic/AllOverTheHouse'')
* Mousers (''Webcomic/TheLifeOfNobTMouse'')
* Keenspotters (Webcomic/{{Keenspot}} strips in general)
* Lynchers (''[[http://www.avalonhigh.com Avalon]]'')
* Sluggites (''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'')
* Boardies (''Webcomic/CollegeRoomiesFromHell!!'' (especially those who are members of the FanFic group FLEET))
* Schlockers (''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'')
* Bunnies (''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'')
** [[http://www.egscomics.com/sketchbook/?date=2005-07-12 This]] is the result of the [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor Bunnies themselves petitioning Dan Shive]] to [[http://www.egscomics.com/sketchbook/?date=2003-12-30 choose]] a nickname for them.
* Nuclides (''[[http://www.nukees.com Nukees]]'')
* Wotchers (''Webcomic/TheWotch'')
* Cheerleaders (''Webcomic/{{Cheer}}'')
* Kitties (''[[http://www.triquetracats.com/ Triquetra Cats]]'')
* Acheheads (''Webcomic/{{Achewood}}'')
* Brunatics (''[[http://brunothebandit.com Bruno the Bandit]]'')
* Lexxicons (''[[http://aliendice.com Alien Dice]]'')
* Thistlers (''[[http://tmkcomic.depleti.com/ Thistil Mistil Kistil]]'')
* Forumites (''[[http://captainsnes.com Captain SNES]]'')
* Playgrounders ( ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' after the site name, Giant in the Playground. Fans of the [[{{Erfworld}} other webcomic on the site]] are referred to as Erfworlders.)
** Although the name has stopped being used quite as much, fans of Erfworld still refer to themselves and each other as "Idiots" on occasion: For reference, it's because when discussing the comic on another forum, someone stated something to the affect of: "Only and idiot could like this!", thus giving us a RealLife example of InsultBackfire. At the authors' request, the fans were subsequently called Tools for a time.
* Lifers (''Webcomic/RealLifeComics'')
* Fancy Bastards (''Webcomic/HijinksEnsue'')
* Clairets or Acolytes (''[[http://www.sisterclaire.com/]]Sister Claire'')
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Original]]
* Members of the Adamant Ditto fandom are often called "Shiny Dittos".
* The Capitalist Army is the most popular term for fans of Radio/TrueCapitalist Radio, though they've gone by other names (usually based on [[AppropriatedAppellation the things]] [[FountainOfMemes Ghost]] calls them, i.e. Fruity-Ass Fruitbowls, Milky-Lickers, Hambones, etc.).
* Fans of LetsPlay/TheCreatures are usually referred to as 'Critters' or 'Creature Cats'.
** Most members of the group themselves avert this thinking it's silly to name fanbases. [[UberHaxorNova Nova's]] fans jokingly call themselves the "Anal Army", further mocking it though some fans have now began using the name to legitimately refer to the fanbase.
** SlyFoxHound, plays this straight, calling his fans "Homies".
** Fans of [[SSoHPKC SSoHPKC]] are part of 'Team Silverback', coming from Seamus's hilarious response to the infamous 'hard hitting question'.
* Floodians for the Bungie.net Off-Topic forum [[Franchise/{{Halo}} The Flood.]]
* Gaffers ([=NeoGAF=], although it tends to be "reversed" often by detractors)
* Website/GameFAQs has different names for the users of different social boards;
** Random Insanity (RI) - [=RIers=]
** Life, the Universe and Everything (LUE) - [=LUEsers=]
** United Kingdom and Northern Island Regional - 313ers (after its board number)
** Current Events (CE) - [=CEmen=]
** War On Terror (WOT) - [=WOTers=]
** Poll Of the Day ([=PoTD=]) - [=PoTDers=]
** [=GameFAQs=] Contests (Board 8) - B8ers
** Users of [=GameFAQs=] in general are known as [=FAQers=]
** Don't go to The Couch and call yourself a couchie. That is, unless everyone kisses your ass. Otherwise sit back and watch the flames.
* Goggleheads or Labcoats (''WebVideo/DoctorrHorriblesSingAlongBlog'')
* [=MUnkeys=]/Refresh Monkeys (''Literature/TalesOfMU'')
* Smogonites (''Website/{{Smogon}}'')
** Smogonites often deride members of another ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' fansite, Serebii.net (its owner is infamous for trying to start fights between his site and other ''Pokémon'' communities, and pretty much everyone else), as "'Biitards".
* "Fans" of the {{Imageboard}} 4chan have names depending on which of the boards they prefer to post. To name a handful -
** /a/ is for /a/ssholes, wee/a/boos, and recently /a/utists.
** /b/ is for /b/tards, /b/astards, /b/rothers, /b/rethren, /b/edophiles, /b/ronies (if they happen to be fans of WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic) and others. They stick, and depends on the situation.
** /c/ is for /c/itizens
** /cgl/ frequenters are "seagulls".
** /cm/ is for /cm/whores (camwhores)
** /co/ is for /co/mrades
** /d/ is for /d/eviants
** /fa/ is for /fa/ggots
** /fit/ is for mis/fit/s
*** Or /fit/izens.
** /g/ is for /g/eeks
** /jp/ is for /jp/sies
** /k/ is for /k/ommandos
*** or fuc/k/ers
** /i/ is for either art/i/sts or /i/nsurgents, depending on which /i/ you are. (/i/ is either oekaki or invasion.)
** /po/ is for /po/eople
** /m/ is for /m/orons, or occasionally /m/en or [[Franchise/KamenRider ka/m/en]]
** /mu/ is for /mu/tants
** /r/ is for /r/etards
** /s/ is for /s/leazebags
** /sci/ has a 95% chance of encountering [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} /sci/ducks]]
** /soc/ is for /soc/ialites or /soc/iopaths
** /sp/ is for /sp/artans
** /tg/ is for fa/tg/uys
*** Sometimes it seems to be eloquen/tg/entlemen.
*** And other times they don'/tg/ive a shit.
*** The female equivalent is ca/tg/irl.
** /tr/ is for /tr/ainers
*** Alternatively, /vp/oreons.
** /v/ is for /v/irgins
*** /vr/ usually goes by [[Series/VRTroopers /vr/troopers]].
** /y/ is for sodom/y/tes
*** sometimes gu/y/s, [[YaoiFangirl despite the gender ratios]]
** /u/ is for b/u/lldykes
** /r9k/ is for gentlemen, robots, and lu/r9k/ers.
** /x/ is for /x/philes
** /toy/ is for /toy/ soldiers
** /adv/ is for /adv/isors and s/adv/irgins
** [[Franchise/MyLittlePony /mlp/]] is for ani/mlp/huckers
*** Also occasionally known as [[SarcasmMode nor/mlp/eople]]
* Users on [[ImageBoards 4chan's]] /b/ are collectively Anonymous, and individually "fags."
** 4chan has a variation on the "____fag" theme for almost everybody; some ("moralfags", "tripfags") are meant to be insults, but others ("drawfags") usually aren't.
* Users of the original 2channel are often referred to as 2channers.
* Posters on the sabermetric baseball site [[http://www.baseballthinkfactory.org Baseball Primer]] refer to themselves as "[[http://digamma.net/btfwiki/Primate Primates]]".
* Deviants (''Deviantart'') (or Tartlets, as /b/ prefers to call them)
* Posters on the [[http://boards.straightdope.com/sdmb/ Straight Dope Message Board]] call themselves "Dopers".
* Diggers (''Digg'')
* AH.commers (Website/AlternateHistoryDotCom)
* [=EDiots=] (''Encyclopedia Dramatica'')
* [[http://www.facepunch.com Facepunch]] users refer to themselves as FacePunchers or FPers
* Farkers (''Website/{{Fark}}'')
* Gaians (''Website/GaiaOnline''), or as known in /b/, Gaiafags
* Hybrids/HYBRIDS (''WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID'')
* ''Website/SomethingAwful'' forum members call themselves "Goons", both on and off the site (e.g. "Goon-con", "Goonfleet" in ''EVE Online'').
* ''Website/InsidePulse'' forum members are usually referred to as "Insyders" when they're referenced on the main site. Member Cash Kerouac objected to this, feeling it silly and jargonish; thus, he's usually referred to as an "Outsyder."
* ''WebVideo/{{lonelygirl15}}'' fans, particularly those using the official website, are sometimes known as "lonelycrackers", due to their addiction to the series.
* lulzwhores/b_lulzers at [[http://community.livejournal.com/batman_lulz/ batman_lulz]]
* [=MUnchkins=] (the [[Anime/{{Mai-HiME}} Mai Universe]] forum)
* [=MeFites=] (''[=MetaFilter=]'')
* Evil Lesbian Minions (''Pottersues'') It comes from an angry letter from someone who got sporked.
* Ravelers (''ravelry.com'')
* Redditors (''Reddit'')
* Snopesters (''snopes.com'')
* Starmen (''[[VideoGame/EarthBound Starmen.net]]'')
* [=TaBBers=] (''Truth and Beauty Bombs'', the forum for ''Webcomic/TheNonAdventuresOfWonderella'' and formerly the ''Webcomic/DinosaurComics'' and ''Wondermark'' forum)
* Tropers (''[[Wiki/TvTropes Rather obvious, isn't it?]]'')
* Tubers (''Website/YouTube'')
* Uncyclopedians (''Uncyclopedia'')
* Wankas (Fandom_Wank)
* Wikipedians (''[[ThatOtherWiki Wikipedia]]'')
* Handlers (''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest''). "Teenager-killers" is also used as times, but not as often.
* Mice/Mouse for anonymous posters at places such as Livejournal or Journalfen
* Members of the ''Literature/WickedLovely'' forum ''The rath&Ruins'', or just the rath, refer to themselves as 'rathers' (rath-ers). A more general term for members of the fandom is 'lovelies'.
** Well, they ''are'' [[IncrediblyLamePun rather lovely]].
** Don't forget 'My dark and wicked lovelies', used occasionally for members of the dark court.
** And Kinglings (Keenan Fans), [=SOSers=] (Seth Fans), Discos (Seth haters, usually kinglings), Sweetlings (Keenan haters, usually [=SOSers=]), Darklings (Niall fans) and Shadow girls (Irial Fangirls).
* Nerdfighters (the VlogBrothers)
* Fans of Creator/AlexDay are The Nermie Army.
* And then there's the [[FurryFandom furries]], which at least started out as a fan group of "anthropomorphic" animals. Heaven knows what, exactly, they are now.
** The focus hasn't shifted, but it has broadened somewhat. And the fandom's population has positively exploded over the last few years.
* There's also "lolfans", which are people who follows a given fandom not because they're genuinely interested in it, but because they like [[SnarkBait making fun of it]].
* Readers of [[SpellMyNameWithAThe The]] [[http://thechive.com/ Chive]] call themselves 'Chivers'.
* Followers of Lord WebOriginal/{{Inglip}} are Gropagas.
* Sparklers, or Sparklifers, for the folks who frequent the Sparknotes website.
* Those brave souls who participate in UsefulNotes/NaNoWriMo are referred to as Wrimos or Nanoers, depending on who you ask.
* "Audience" for Creator/{{Tobuscus}} fans.
* As chosen in one of the very first episodes, "Stop Podcasting Yourself" fans are called "bumpers."
* For fans of Youtuber Philip Defranco, there is the Defranco Nation
* Members of the [[http://tgwtg-fic.livejournal.com/ Secret Treehouse]] (a Website/ThatGuyWithTheGlasses fanfic community) often refer themselves as "Treehousians."
* TYT Nation (TheYoungTurks)
* Fans of Website/{{Regretsy}} are affectionately referred to as "Fat Jealous Losers", something they are often called by detractors of the site. "CF4L" (Club Fuckery 4 Life) is also used.
* Readers of [[http://yoisthisracist.com Yo, Is This Racist?]] are called "racecars". Readers of the dating advice-related SpinOff [[http://yoshouldidumpthisahole.com Yo, Should I Dump This Asshole?]] are therefore called "dumptrucks".
* The Cynical Fleet, for Creator/TheCynicalBrit fans. (although [=TotalBiscuit=] does not use this term himself and has openly discouraged its use due to not wanting to create a fandom around his work).
* The Space Butterflies after something [[OMFGcata Jesse Cox]] rambled on about.
* The Husketeers for Creator/HuskyStarcraft
* The Yognau(gh)ts (Yes it's spelled that way for the collective name, spelling it with or without the 'gh' determines whom of Lewis Brindley and Simon Lane you prefer), fans of the LetsPlay/{{Yogscast}}.
** Viewers of LetsPlay/HatFilms and the people populating the Sirs' various game servers call themselves "Hatters".
** Fans of LetsPlay/InTheLittleWood (A member of the Yogscast) are called "Saplings".
* [[http://www.youtube.com/user/kNIGHTWING01 kNIGHTWING01]] calls his fans Wingdings (after [[{{Nightwing}} his namesake's]] batarang analogue).
* The textboard 2channel (not to be confused with Futaba, aka "2chan" to English speakers) is the Japanese cousin of 4chan, and like 4chan have different nicknames for users of different subforums. The most famous is "VIPPER" (in all caps) for frequenters of the "VIP" subforum, 2channel's equivalent of /b/. A user of 2channel in general is called "neller" ("ねらー"), short for "2channeller."
* The [=LordKat=] Mafia (or LKM) (LordKat)
* The RDA Army (''WebVideo/WhatTheFuckIsWrongWithYou'' and ''Radio Dead Air'', especially the regulars of the latter's official chat-room)
* LetsPlay/BurningDogFace calls his audience "Burning Dog Fans."
* WebVideo/{{Jacksfilms}}'s fans are known as "biches"[[note]]Pronounced with a middle-eastern "ack" sound in place of the "ch" [[CaptainObvious because of the lack of a T.]][[/note]], thanks to [[http://youtu.be/gsecDcTpVmw?t=42s this]] entry in the very first episode of [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA6687CF25DE17420 "Your Grammar Sucks"]]. Obviously PlayedForLaughs, and it's easily been a RunningGag ever since then, because people seem to be prone to misspelling it like that. A ''lot''.
-->[[http://youtu.be/fyKxp5e9Lf4?t=37s "PS-am a model and your a bich loser"]]
* LetsPlay/SkyDoesMinecraft's fan base as a whole is called "The Sky Army" and the fans are called "recruits."
** Another YouTube Minecrafter, LetsPlay/CavemanFilms, refers to his fans as 'Dwellers'.
* On more than one occasion, the WebVideo/GameGrumps have referred to their fans as "Grumplings". However it's not clear if this is an "official" name, per se.
** They also parodied this trope by openly trying to think of an appropriate name for their community during one of their Sonic06 videos. Arin comes up with the Lovelies. Jon comes up with the Cumfaggots.
** Since Danny took over on the show, he has referred to fans as Lovelies several times. Additionally, on their sister show WebVideo/SteamTrain, they have adopted the name Passengers for their fans.
* Commenters on the ComicsCurmudgeon's blog call themselves 'Mudges.
* PewDiePie's fans are referred to as either Bros or The Bro Army.
* LetsPlay/AttackingTucans's fans are The Tuclan and LetsPlay/JoshJepson's fans are The Jepsquad.
* LetsPlay/ChimneySwift11: The creator calls his fans "The Swifter Army". Sometimes, he also calls them "Swifters".
* Pan Pizza of WebVideo/RebelTaxi calls his fans "Honkies".
* The creator of the {{Website/Tumblr}} blog [[http://just-writer-problems.tumblr.com Just Writer Problems]] has a tendency to refer to her followers as "fellow freaks." (Completely affectionately, of course.)
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Avatard (''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' or ''Film/{{Avatar}})''
** Expanding on that, we have Kataangers (fans of Katara/Aang, or "Kataang") and their [[ShipToShipCombat rival shippers]], Zutarians (Zuko/Katara, or "Zutara")
** And Tokkaneers for fans of Toph/Sokka. Rival shippers of Suki/Sokka never found a good name, but a number have adopted Sukkateer.
*** Georgians has also occasionally been used by Sukka fans (from the meme where any PortmanteauCoupleName sounded too much like either "Sokka" or "Suki", so they gave up and agreed to call the couple "George.")
** The term "Avatard" has occasionally come under fire by advocates for the mentally challenged, who feel it promotes the epithet "retard". Fans continue to use it anyway.
*** Additionally, some fans of [[Film/{{Avatar}} James Cameron's Avatar]] have tried to comandeer the nickname for themselves, which has caused some friction in parts of the internet where the two fandoms collide. The general consensus is that fans of ATLA have claim on the name since they came first.
** Hotmen is also used sometimes.
* Bronies (''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', used mainly by the [[PeripheryDemographic older male fanbase]])
** Female bronies are sometimes called "pegasisters". This term also predates Friendship Is Magic as noted below.
* ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' fans, [=pre-FiM=], often go by [=PegaSis=] or Filly. Though it hasn't quite been decided what a male fan would be called, though some identify as "Big Brother (Pony)".
* Campers, a term voice actor Christian Potenza lovingly uses to call fans of his show ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaIsland''. Whenever he does a Website/YouTube video, he always starts it by looking at the camera and saying "Hey campers!"
* Dandom (WesternAnimation/DanVs.) There's yet to be a widely-used name for the fans themselves, however.
* Darklings (''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'')
* Creator/{{Disney}} fans who are eagerly following future animated movies have started giving themselves fun nicknames:
** Froggers (''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog''[[note]]But not VideoGame/{{Frogger}}.[[/note]])
** Rappers (''Rapunzel''/''Disney/{{Tangled}}'')
** Frappers (''Froggers/Rappers'')
** Frozenites (''Disney/{{Frozen}}'')
** Wrecklings (''Disney/WreckItRalph'')
* Fallers (''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'')
* "Motorcitizens" for ''{{WesternAnimation/Motorcity}}'' fans.
* In-universe examples from ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'': Fans of ''Space Adventure'' are called "Spekkies" while fans of ''Stumpleberry Finkbat'' are "Finkies." They have a FandomRivalry.
* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' fans tend to be call themselves "Wanderers."
* Fanterns is the name for fans of (''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternTheAnimatedSeries''), [[http://greenlantern-tas.tumblr.com/post/24348351113 christened]] by producer Giancarlo Volpe and voice actor Creator/JoshKeaton after discussions with fans.
* Go-ers (''WesternAnimation/FilmationsGhostbusters'' animated series)
* [=KaBlammoids=] (''KaBlam'') Double points for it coming from a term for the fans used in the show itself.
* Rangerphiles (''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'')
* Spinners (''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'')
* Klokateers are fans of ''WesternAnimation/{{Metalocalypse}}'', which is also the In-Universe name for employees of Dethklok.
** The Gears has also become popular, after the song of the same name and the brands given to Klokateers in the show.
* Transfans (''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'') - hey, it's better than [[{{Transsexual}} Trannies]].
** The even dodgier "Wrecktums" is the self-depreciating term for fans of ''[[ComicBook/TransformersLastStandOfTheWreckers Last Stand of the Wreckers]]'', and the Wreckers in general. Then there's "Furmanites", for fans of [[Comicbook/TheTransformers Simon Furman]].
* [[WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal \m/ HEADBANGERS \m/]]
* The ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers'' fan list sometimes refers to themselves as "Rangers" and / or "Slaverlords"
* Kimmunity (''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'')
* Kids of the playground (''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'')
* While the fans of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'' do not yet have a nickname for the fandom as a whole, the word "Spongetards" has been coined to describe the [[FanDumb less-intelligent part of the fandom]].
* Buster Bunny from ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' calls the show's fans "Toonsters."
** In some episodes, he calls them "Toonatics".
*** In at least one other, he calls them "Tooniacs".
* Steventhusiasts (''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'')
* Some fans of ''WesternAnimation/{{Superjail}}'' have begun to call themselves "Inmates".
* ''Creator/{{Toonami}}'' fans are called "Toonami Faithful" by Tom himself.
* "The Danny Phandom" or simply "The Phandom" for ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' fans.
* Planeteers (''WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers''; also refers to anyone who does their part to help conserve and protect the environment)
* Fictional example: In ''WesternAnimation/YogiBear and the Magical Flight of the Spruce Goose'', Yogi calls himself a "Kabonger", a fan of WesternAnimation/QuickDrawMcGraw's crime fighting secret identity, [[GratuitousSpanish El]] Kabong.
* Petters (''WesternAnimation/LittlestPetShop2012'')
* According to the cartoon's subreddit, ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' fans call themselves "slackers."
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[[folder:Real Life]]
* "Randroids," a term that those who follow Creator/AynRand's objectivist philosophy find objectionable, for obvious and not-so-obvious reasons.
* Advice columnist and activist Dan Savage calls his fans his "Flying Monkeys," particularly when he's siccing them on someone. The name comes from ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' and his love of musical theater. He once got a bit miffed when an interviewer misheard him and referred to them as his "Blind Monkeys."
-->'''Dan Savage''': "It's something an elderly gay fact checker would've caught."
* "Helenaists" for fans of actress HelenaBonhamCarter. [[Film/HarryPotter "Bellaminions"]] is sometimes used as well.
* Often work in conjunction with the Helenaists, fans of actor Creator/RalphFiennes are known as Fiennists, a self-dub which originated on Tumblr.
* "Cumberbitches" for (usually [[{{Fangirl}} female]]) fans of Creator/BenedictCumberbatch.
** In interviews, he seems somewhat embarrassed by this. So are quite a few of his fans, which is why "Benaddicts" and "Cumberbabes" are becoming increasingly popular.
*** He's so embarrassed by it he tried to lie that it was ''The Cumber Collective'' on The Graham Norton Show, Creator/ChrisPine had to say it for him.
* "Urbanites" for (usually female) fans of Creator/KarlUrban.
* "Pine Nuts" for (usually female) fans of Creator/ChrisPine.
* "Malcoholics" for fans of Creator/MalcolmMcDowell. especially for females that admire his looks and works, even if it's bad. It is also a play on the term "malcoholic", a person who enjoys violence and do bad stuff. Malcolm is often know to play complex, rutheless and violent characters, so it fits well with the name. Nickname is often used on Tumblr.
* "Barrowmaniacs" for fans of Creator/JohnBarrowman.
* "Kinglets" for fans of Creator/AlexKingston (specifically her female fans.) Also something of a FanNickname for her trademark curls.
* "Hiddlestoners" for fans of Creator/TomHiddleston.
* Creator/LeifGarrett fans are often known as "Leifettes."
* "Paulbots" for the very vocal UsefulNotes/RonPaul fans on the internet, especially the ones who spam Website/YouTube videos and comments sections, etc.
* "Loganites" for fans of ''Series/DowntonAbbey'''s Phyllis Logan, who plays housekeeper Mrs Elsie Hughes. Heavily overlaps with Wiltonites, or fans of Penelope Wilton (Isobel Crawley).
* "Bamber Bunnies", fans of the always awesome actor Creator/JamieBamber.
* [[RailEnthusiast Railroad enthusiasts]] are called "Railfans" in the US and "Train Spotters" in the UK. A derogatory term used by actual railroad workers or railfans to describe the more obsessive members of the group is "foamers" in the US (because just the sight of a train will apparently make them foam at the mouth) and [[FunWithAcronyms F.R.N.s]] ('''F'''ucking '''R'''ail '''N'''uts) in the UK.
* Fans of director Creator/ChristopherNolan are usually called Nolanites.
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