Which mainstream fantasy saga is the worst? Which one has the most cancerous fanbase?
Star wars has hypocritical retards. Lord of the rings is alright. Harry Potter had a bunch of pre teen girl power, but they have aged. Game of thrones is just a bad show/book series, and the fans are annoying because they lack taste.
star wars has the least consistent quality
harry potter is the most mediocre overall
lotr is the best all around
game of thrones is good because my hipster fuckbuddy is obsessed with it and goddam her feet are so sexy and she lets me do stuff to them while we watch it
Game of Thrones is probably the worst in terms of quality
Harry Potter is the mostly forgettable / bland , its not interesting enough to be bad
Star Wars is probably the best series though its fans are the most cancerous
Lord of the Rings is most solid overall and its fan base is least annoying simply because the source material is from an oxford don instead of an autistic lunatic like Lucas
Star Wars is the worst because the prequels are worse than anything from the other franchises and the fanbase is cancer. HP's fanbase are filled with tumblr landwhales, but they are still less annoying than the underage prequel/Clone Wars defenders and Wookiepedia autists.
Game of Thrones without a doubt, which is a shame because I'll keep watching it either way. Though the quality has really gone down in the last couple seasons, last season especially. I don't have real high hopes for season 6 but the choices for high production fantasy shows/movies are pretty limited sadly.
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The real question is how many of you loved these franchises before you came to /tv/?
I enjoyed reading Harry Potter growing up, but the fans, namely all of my friends and the school I went to, have their noses shoved so far up JK's arsehole that it beggers belief. The story was ok but ultimately the series is wank, yet so many people are blindly obsessed, which is fine, just stop fucking going on about it.
>/v/ and /tv/ are the closest to Reddit content
>big budget soap opera
Strange that's how Lucas describes Star Wars now, or at least his vision of Star Wars.
>liked the GoT books long before they were popular
>still like them
>will continue liking them long after the show has finished
I don't know why you guys are shitting yourselves over what fanbase is more cancerous than the other, what does that matter when it comes to choosing your own interest?
Nah, I know there's a difference. The book readers know what they're talking about since they've had to re-read the same books for nearly six years now. Also they're not insufferably retarded with their theories.