BBC Sherlock Fandom

BBC Sherlock Fandom - A History

Created on: Dec-20-2011   Last updated: Dec-20-2011


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The history of the BBC Sherlock Fandom (BSF) concerns the study of the human past in one of world's cleverest and most influential fandoms. What is now the BSF, a fandom originating from within the United Kingdom, which was inhabited by Nerds 2 years ago. Continuous human habitation dates to around August 2010, at the beginning of the last glacial period. The fandom has numerous remains from the Supernatural, Sherlock Holmes, and the Doctor Who Age, such as Stonehenge and Avebury. In the pre-popular culture age, BSF, like all BBC and popular culture fandoms, was inhabited by the Nerdic* people known as the Cumberbitches, but also by some internet tribes (e.g. GeoTheBio followers(Tumblr), VelvetMace readers (LiveJournal), SherlockSH et al(Twitter), etc.) After the next series was announced to be aired in 2012, The Great Hiatus (TGH) of 2011 began; the Cumberbitches each maintained control of their province of the fandom.

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