I’ve always wanted to draw this.
People always assumed “fandom popular people” have it great - like a fancy dinner/cocktail party melting pot of awesome people who just mingle with each other and talk about their greatest achievements and banish all the non-fandom popular fans who are left to watch them with envy. But from what I personally see, most of them kids are insecure about their own area of expertise and doesn’t really like to call themselves “popular” by default. In fact, they just act like any other fans do - they freak out when a good update comes out.
In the end, we’re all fans of the same fandom.
Let me just bring this back because this is relevant to my dash right now.
(via mageofmerde)Source: suchirolle