My name is Wei and I’m doing my dissertation on the Homestuck fandom on Tumblr. More details about this can be found on this blog, on http://vriskandalous.tumblr.com/post/53207410389/okay-so-what-is-this here. And I’m going to need some… Well, test subjects. Sort of.
So I’d really appreciate if you’d be able to reblog this post if you were willing to allow me to use your Tumblr in my study, so that I can follow you. This is especially good for me if you have done anything to contribute to the actual comic i.e. art, sprites, etc etc but if you haven’t, that’s fine nevertheless. (If you HAVE actually contributed to the comic, message me privately on this blog and tell me what you’ve done, because that would be A+ immensely helpful.)
Thank you so much, guys. Hopefully my paper will help get Homestuck out into the academic sphere, because I haven’t seen any fandom studies on the HS fandom just yet. And hey, more exposure is always good right?
By reblogging this post, you agree that I will be allowed to use material from your blog in my dissertation, including commentary, fanart, fanfiction, music, etc. I will give all credit to you on your screen name, and your real name if you so wish.
(also, if possible, please ignore the other post going around from my main blog, goawei! It’s probably a LOT easier for me to keep track of people who reblog from this blog, and consent is a lot clearer. Thank you people.)
There is this guy on the bus who calls himself Jeff. Jeff narrates the entire bus ride in third person. Today was the only day I have been on the bus with Jeff where someone has told him to shut up. Jeff sighed and then said “Jeff dramatically looks out of the window while sighing. Jeff just couldn’t understand why people had to be so rude.” The person who told him to shut up now looks like he is going to cry out of frustration.
Dear Xbox and Playstation fans. It is cute when you fight, but before you think about trying to drag Nintendo into your pissing contest please take a moment to remember why Nintendo doesn’t even acknowledge you as their competition, much less their rivals.