So, the Yuletide fandom brainstorming post is live. This is largely copy pasted from my comment there.
Fandom I will definitely be nominating: The Mysterious Cities of Gold. Because I always do. Apparently the new canon has been put off until January of 2013, but given that I've been waiting thirty years since Season One a few more months won't make much different. (Longest. Hiatus. Ever.)
Other fandoms I'm considering:
The Those Who Hunt the Night series by Barbara Hambly: Has had new books released the past two years, and I would love to read more about the World's Most Sensible Vampire Love Triangle. Of course, I could also nominate the Benjamin January mysteries, or the Windrose series, or ...
The Question: Awesome eighties comic series by Denny O'Neill about the guy that Watchmen's Rorschach was based on.
Doctor Strange: The animated movie! The comics would be nice too, but I haven't read very many.
999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors: I spent far too many hours getting to the good ending in this game, and I love everyone except the boring generic protagonist. (Sorry, Junpei.)
Gray Matter: I <3 this game so much. In the absence of the further official adventures of David and Sam, fanfiction would be great.
The Secret World: Speaking of video games I have spent far too many hours on ... my problem here would be narrowing down the character nominations. Do I want adorable academic slash about Arun Singh and Monty de la Roche? Or do I want to hear more about Eleanor Franklin and her house full of cats and ghosts? Or do I want to write a terrible Mary Sue romance about my Templar and Richard Sonnac? Wait, forget I asked that last question.
G.I. Joe: Renegades: I ship Scarlet/Snake-Eyes like burning and I'd love to know what happens after the end of the series.
Dirk Gently: Alas, BBC4 is not going to be making any more of the TV adapation :(. It is a lovely Yuletide-sized canon, though!
Monster by Big Bang. There is so much going on here. Who doesn't want to hear about the further adventures of a mutant superhero K-Pop boyband?
... so that's nine fandoms for two nomination slots. *facepalm*
Luckily, other people seem to be planning to nominate Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries and Dollhouse, so that's two less for me to worry about.
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