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By Adam Carlson

Pop Culture Contributor


I like Teen Wolf — but I love its fans.

The series, a helter-skelter constellation of shirtless supernatural angst, wrapped up its second season on MTV at the end of the summer. The writing was better, the acting was better and the plotting — thank God, the plotting — was better.

But the fans, man. The fans have always been great — and they, like the show, are getting even better.

Sure, they’re liable now to bombard both show creator Jeff Davis and his cast with questions, criticisms and general, all-caps Feelings. But they’re also full-body participants in the process of loving the show, producing the usual derivative works (fan art, fan fiction, cosplay, etc.) and loving the show some more.

Earlier this year, Vulture published a list of the most passionate fan bases (from here-on called fandoms). It was a solid, usual round-up: Harry Potter, »

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