Teen Wolf has done a lot that can be considered disrespectful to its fans, but the fandom is still thriving. The Sterek Magazine is an amazing example of that.
The Sterek Magazine has been created by Colethewolf. You might know him as a very vocal fan in the Teen Wolf community who isn’t afraid to speak his mind. As the name implies, the magazine is full of Sterek goodness. It also has content from other characters from the show such as Lydia Martin and Jackson Whittemore.
The November 2016 issue is all about Derek Hale and being an alpha. There are also other creative interviews given by Jackson about his experience with Kanimaism, and Erica Reyes about being turned into a werewolf. Other interesting content in the magazine includes a Flash and Arrow crossover. However, it has Dylan O’Brien/Stiles and Tyler Hoechlin/Derek as the respective titular characters.
As for the other potential shows that could be, we have Dishwater Wolves. It gets a justifiable ‘F’ grade because nobody has time for that. American Horror Story: Gévaudan is a show I would definitely checkout as long as Crystal Reed maintains her iconic French accent.
Everything in the magazine is just so fun to read. It goes to show that the Sterek fandom, which can be argued to be a separate entity from the Teen Wolf fandom, isn’t letting the love for Derek and Stiles die anytime soon. The good news is that Colethewolf will be continuing the magazine. At the every last page, he has asked for fan submissions. You can send in your fanwork, fan-edits, recommendations for fanfics, etc. Your submissions might make their way into the magazine’s future editions. You can also send in suggestions, comments, questions for Stiles to answer, and more. The magazine is free to read.
Even though Teen Wolf is losing ratings hard, it is good to know that the fandom is still alive and sharing its creativity with the world. The Sterek Magazine is a wonderful addition to the fandom. I look forward to reading more of it.
Have you read Sterek Magazine yet? What did you think? Let us know.
Farid has a Double Masters in Psychology and Biotechnology as well as an M.Phil in Molecular Genetics. He is the author of numerous books including Missing in Somerville, and The Game Master of Somerville. He gives us insight into comics, books, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies.
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