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fan·boy

 (făn′boi′)
n.
A boy or man who is ardently devoted to a single hobby or interest.

fanboy

(ˈfænˌbɔɪ)
n
informal an overly-obsessive male fan of music, film, etc.
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ISIS fanboy geolocated by @hotzn1 & @ArtWendeley to this exact spot 51A59'35.
Being obsessed with these things, and collecting those CDs, makes them fanboys in the fandom of video games.
Alright, well at least one of them should be able to throw some light on a dilemma that keeps many a fanboy up at night: How does Superman shave?
I begin by arguing that FANBOYS as articulated above is a myth.
Those ridiculous - miraculous-awesome-awful Vibrams shoes are growing up over the bodies of their fanboys like a symbiotic organism.
FANBOYS (Cert 15, 86 mins) KEVIN Smith, Carrie Fisher and William Shatner cameo in Kyle Newman's love letter to George Lucas and the Star Wars franchise.
While the shoe is being highly sought after by sci-fi lovers and "Back to the Future" fanboys, Bevin said it was originally intended to help the elderly or disabled.
But the well-adjusted 49-year-old is nostalgic for the days when comic-book fanboys like him were outcasts.
Fanboys are the target audience, but positive word-of-mouth could broaden support notably.
But the filmmakers are heartened that there was widespread revulsion among the pirated version's target audience - Internet-addicted fanboys - to the illegal download.
The screenwriters had a tough job on their hands - they had the whole baggage of the three previous films to contend with and the added roar of the fanboys clawing at every single element they don't agree with or approve of.
Jaime-who shot to fame as a model in New York - met Kyle when he directed her in road trip comedy Fanboys last year.