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completist

(kəmˈpliːtɪst)
n
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) a person with an obsessive interest in a subject: ardent John Wayne completists.

com•plet•ist

(kəmˈpli tɪst)
n.
a collector who attempts to collect an example of every item in a particular field.
[1950–55]
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The usual bevvy of game modes will keep completists happy for days.
Far from being Wonderful Tonight, this is one for the completists.
Oz completists may find some value in Adams' book, which could be called Chicken Soup for the Scarecrow Soul.
With no insider access to the group and no prior personal knowledge of Edwards himself, it remains a strange and foolhardy curio, but one that might hold some interest for completists.
Commercial returns look similarly slim, though Cage completists may be heartened to see a vehicle with even this much life in its veins.
While some Smurf fans may not be interested in the non-Smurf material, completists and those interested in Peyo's other efforts will enjoy both the works themselves and Matt Murray's detailed historical notes.
It's likely to appeal to Nutty Boy completists and those for whom music peaked in 1968.
Designed, seemingly, for both Australian business historians and train-lovers, who also happen to be completists (this is the fourth of five volumes), this strange but rather interesting book is well-illustrated and written by a person who was at the center of the developments described therein.
Although the series need not be read from the beginning, completists will want to start with Consider Phlebas.
We have Blondie completists and collectors who come to Dirty Harry gigs.
Completists and collectors will love this lavish box set - a five-CD, one-DVD set looking back on all BBC-owned recordings of the band.
The Singles 1971-2006 - The Rolling Stones THERE can''t be many music fans who don''t own at least one Rolling Stones compilation, but for the completists comes this comprehensive collection.