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  1. True. Anakin had a very strong connection to The Force, he just went to the Dark Side. It’s the same with fans.
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  2. You don't have to embody the moral themes of a form of entertainment to be a "true" fan of that entertainment. You sound as ridiculous as the toxic YouTubers you're complaining about. If that were the case to be a fan of black metal Id need to go gallivanting through the woods at night in corpse paint wearing a cape whilst invoking Satan, burn some churches to the ground and potentially murder my mate to be authentic to the spirit of the music. Ridiculous. You can be as die hard about the themes as much or as little as you like. What matters is if you like the art/product at the end of the day
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  3. Because being angry isn't a valid emotion for a fan? Just because you don't like someone's behaviour doesn't mean they don't have as strong a connection to a thing (star wars) as anyone else. No matter how repugnant.
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  4. One of the elements I remember about the Smallville TV series which I found worked well for the character was Clark showing that same reluctance. At times throughout the show you could feel he almost hated having his powers. He just wanted to be “one of the guys” and go through his teen years as a normal person. One episode in particular I remember Clark had lost his powers. So he started doing the things he hadn’t been able to do before. He tried out for the basketball team and during a game one of the other players hit him particularly hard going for a rebound, knocking Clark to the floor. C
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  5. I found it interesting that Mark used the term “true fans”
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