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A fanboy is a person considered to belong to one or more fandoms to a point of obsession.
Fanboy or fanboys may also refer to:
- Fanboys (film), a 2009 American comedy film
- Fanboys (mnemonic), a grammar mnemonic for the coordinating conjunctions
- Fan Boy, a character from the X-Statix comic book series
- Fanboy, a character from the Freakazoid TV series
- Fanboy, a character from Fanboy and Chum Chum
- Coordinate conjunctions, which are commonly referred to by their first letter (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, and so)
- Fanboy, a comic book miniseries
- Fanboy, a 1973 magazine created by the cartoonists Jay Lynch and Glenn Bray.
- Fanboy, an animated short for Nickelodeon's Random! Cartoons which later spawned the TV show, Fanboy & Chum Chum
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