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Trope Saturated (4,000 wicks or more)

  1. Star Trek (5083+ pages -- five series--six if you count the animated one--three of which ran for seven seasons each[1]; eleven movies and counting; and one of the most massive and internally consistent Expanded Universes in history, second only to Star Wars, although individual book quality varies - wildly. The original series was a Trope Maker many times over, and the franchise as a whole is responsible for an astonishing number of trope titles. And slash.)
  2. The Simpsons (4550+ pages -- has been around for quite a while)
  3. Final Fantasy (4299+ pages, especially if you count all of the spin-offs; Final Fantasy VII alone has 1629+ pages, and at least Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy VI, Final Fantasy VIII, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X, Final Fantasy XII and Final Fantasy XIII have enough to appear on this page on their own as well; there are more than a dozen games, and counting)
  4. Doctor Who (Referenced in an amazing 4219+ pages. Was on TV for twenty-six years and multiple Trope Maker in its original run before being brought back - and that's not even getting into the Doctor Who Expanded Universe... Additionally, TV Tropes uses to collectively speculate on the Time Lord nature of one or more characters in everything ever.)
  5. Star Wars (4144+ pages -- six movies and the Star Wars Expanded Universe; Knights of the Old Republic and the X Wing Series also appear on this list, and the SWEU alone gets 694 wicks)

Trope Overloaded (2,000 - 3,999 Wicks)

  1. Harry Potter (3541+ pages -- seven books, eight films and enough fans to make a billionaire out of their author.)
  2. Discworld (3461+ pages -- tons of books in a setting where Stories (and thus many tropes) are a law of nature.)
  3. Batman (3446+ pages; multiple comic books, television series and movies; Long Runner)
  4. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (3365+ pages, which makes sense considering TV Tropes has its roots in Buffistas.org)
  5. Transformers (2956+ pages -- so many series that there is a Die Cast Herd used to divide continuities that have their own seperate pages, with one of them on the Film Overdosed list below)
  6. Naruto (2870+ pages; Long Runner as of 2009 and still going in 2010)
  7. Warhammer 40000 (2868+ pages, including spinoff novels, tabletop and video games, no fewer than 18 of which have their own pages. All of it trying to kill you in some fashion)
  8. Bleach (2708+ pages)
  9. Superman (2676+ pages; really Long Runner, since he's the first superhero; multiple comic books, television series and movies)
  10. Pokémon (2664+ pages; billion-dollar media franchise with multiple games and a very long-running show)
  11. Dungeons and Dragons (2629+ pages; a key Trope Maker with a lot of supplemental material)
  12. Super Mario Bros. (2619+ pages; long-running, popular franchise with various spinoffs; Paper Mario alone has 855+ wicks)
  13. Gundam (2610+ pages -- multiple series)
  14. Metal Gear (2552+ pages, most referring to Metal Gear Solid; again, this has multiple long, story-heavy games and oodles of spin-offs.)
  15. The Legend of Zelda (2518+ pages, for a long running and very popular video game series with over a dozen titles, and several manga as well)
  16. One Piece (2465+ pages; over 600 chapters, 500 TV episodes, and eleven movies.)
  17. Mahou Sensei Negima (2434+ pages; multiple series, most tropes coming from the manga (which is incredibly Troperiffic and loves playing around with almost everything) , becomes more and more trope overdosed, fast - could quickly become the most overdosed anime/manga on this page assuming you don't count Transformers[2] and video game adaptations)
  18. Warcraft (2387+ pages; a franchise of three strategy games, the MMORPG and other stuff. Has a total of twelve articles about official works set in the universe on the wiki right now)
  19. Stargate Verse (2341+ pages -- three series - one very long-running - and a movie three movies.)
  20. Neon Genesis Evangelion (2339+ pages -- and most of them are from the original 26 episode series and the End of Evangelion movie, by themselves making this franchise one of the shortest works to be included on this list. There's also an on-going manga and 4 planned Rebuild movies, 2 of which were released as of this writing. And lots of other adaptations.
  21. X-Men (2315+ pages; multiple comic books, a movie trilogy with prequel films, and two three animated series, a Long Runner)
  22. Avatar: The Last Airbender (2258+ pages; which, for a 3-season, 61-episode TV show without that much in the way of supplementary material, is amazing.)
  23. Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha (2257+ pages, loves playing with tropes from multiple genres)
  24. Firefly (2183+ pages; for a series that's only 14 episodes and a movie - and a Tabletop RPG, and some comics... -, this is very impressive. Best explanation: See note on Buffy above.)
  25. Mega Man (2162+ pages; multiple series and spinoffs, that like Transformers above, received separate pages for each continuity)
  26. The Lord of the Rings (2140+ pages; also a key Trope Maker)
  27. James Bond (2126+ pages; 22 official films, some books and video games)
  28. Spider-Man (2051+ pages; multiple comic books, cartoons and a movie trilogy; Long Runner)
  29. Order of the Stick (2012+ pages -- with about 700 strips (not counting stories unique to the print collections), based off of DnD, with a Genre Savvy Spoony Bard in the party and a board game based on it, it has earned its position on the list)
  30. Sonic the Hedgehog (2010+ pages -- a long-running games series, several successful animated series, a movie, and three comic book series.)

Trope Overdosed (600 - 1,999 Wicks)

  1. Code Geass (1959+ pages) (What would you expect from a show that's best described as "Gundam + Death Note?")
  2. Dragon Ball (1941+ pages; Long Runner) (all three series; does not include Dragon Ball Evolution)
  3. Mass Effect (1853+ pages)
  4. Lost (1791+ pages)
  5. Battlestar Galactica (1786+ pages, referring to both the 70's and 2000s series)
  6. Sailor Moon (1750+ pages -- probably the best-known Magical Girl series in the West.)
  7. South Park (1748+ pages; Long Runner)
  8. Fullmetal Alchemist (1708+ pages)
  9. Family Guy (1708+ pages)
  10. Power Rangers (1680+ pages; 15 distinct series, each with their own load of tropes, with each page growing bigger. ...Oh and there's a movie.)
  11. Heroes (1676+ pages, plus some that are currently mislinked to Heroes; keep in mind this show is in its 4th season and already has this many references)
  12. Kingdom Hearts (1669+ pages)
  13. Yu-Gi-Oh! and GX (1653+ pages -- not including The Abridged Series, below)
  14. Sluggy Freelance (1596+ pages)
  15. Teen Titans (1552+ pages)
  16. Death Note (1533+ pages)
  17. Justice League (1525+ pages, most referring to the animated series)
  18. Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann (1442+ pages; gleefully threw in every single Super Robot trope)
  19. Angel (1425+ pages)
  20. Haruhi Suzumiya (1423+ pages -- And how!)
  21. Babylon 5 (1391+ pages - not bad for a five-season series, eh?)
  22. Kim Possible (1387+ pages)
  23. Digimon (1360+ pages including spinoffs, multiple series)
  24. Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1353+ pages; Long Runner)
  25. Fire Emblem (1351+ pages)
  26. Fate Stay Night (1333+ pages, including the sequel)
  27. Ranma One Half (1299+ pages)
  28. Ace Attorney (1293+ pages) (Includes the Phoenix Wright and Apollo Justice series)
  29. Super Robot Wars (1276+ pages, a mostly Japanese-only franchise with a ton of tropes and a ton of games)
  30. Metroid (1267+ pages; recently, the Metroid Prime subseries got its own article)
  31. Halo (1266+ pages)
  32. Resident Evil (1253+ pages)
  33. Super Smash Bros (1252+ pages; but considering only a few of the franchises involved in this crossover series aren't on this page...)
  34. Watchmen (1186+ pages; and that's just a 12-issue limited series and a film adaptation!)
  35. Wikipedia (1174+ pages)
  36. Scrubs (1169+ pages)
  37. Homestar Runner (1168+ pages)
  38. Castlevania (1165+ pages)
  39. Street Fighter (1163+ pages; Long Runner, many sequels thanks to Capcom Sequel Stagnation. And that's not even counting Capcom vs. Whatever games.)
  40. Fallout (1159+ pages)
  41. Danny Phantom (1145+ pages)
  42. The Whateley Universe (1135+ pages)
  43. The Fairly Odd Parents (1133+ pages)
  44. Disgaea (1125+ pages; includes two sequels, a spinoff, and cameos in other Nippon Ichi games)
  45. The Matrix (1124+ pages)
  46. Half-Life (1112+ pages)
  47. Team Fortress 2 (1102+ pages; notably, this is for one single sequel (albeit with elaborate promotional materials). If placed in the Film Overdosed list of which it satisfies all but the "film" criteria, it would have nearly twice the entries of the current highest entry (although with that modified criteria the next runner-up would be Portal, from the same developer.))
  48. House (1081+ pages)
  49. City of Heroes (1074+ pages, along with 187+ linking to the redirect of City of Villains that partly overlap)
  50. Supernatural (1072+ pages)
  51. Touhou (1071+ pages; What with all the internet memes this series generates combined with the Loads and Loads of Characters)
  52. Tales of Symphonia (1050+ pages; includes all games in that continuity, including Tales of Phantasia)
  53. The Dresden Files (1048+ pages)
  54. Terminator (1007+ pages)
  55. Red Dwarf (1006+ pages)
  56. Knights of the Old Republic (1004+ pages)
  57. The Elder Scrolls (990+ pages)
  58. CSI (987+ pages; multiple series and a game)
  59. The X-Files (987+ pages)
  60. Girl Genius (983+ pages)
  61. Looney Tunes (983+ pages)
  62. Monty Python's Flying Circus (970+ pages; and that's not counting most of the films, one of which has a place in the Film Overdosed list below)
  63. SpongeBob SquarePants (966+ pages)
  64. Friends (956+ pages; ran for 10 years)
  65. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (944+ pages; Long Runner with multiple, and sometimes wildly different, continuities.)
  66. Higurashi no Naku Koro ni (939+ pages; Visual Novel,Anime, Manga, Light Novels, Live action movies... And all with exclusive All There in the Manual information.)
  67. Inuyasha (920+ pages)
  68. Chrono Trigger (918+ pages)
  69. Pirates of the Caribbean (916+ pages; mostly for the three movies)
  70. The Bible (916+ pages)
  71. Law and Order (897+ pages; has a number of spinoffs, one of them Recycled in BRITAIN!)
  72. Torchwood (895+ pages)
  73. Full Metal Panic (890+ pages)
  74. Gargoyles (889+ pages)
  75. The Venture Brothers (878+ pages)
  76. That Guy With The Glasses (874+ pages)
  77. A Song of Ice and Fire (868+ pages)
  78. Grand Theft Auto (865+ pages)
  79. Yu Yu Hakusho (861+ pages)
  80. Donald Duck (850+ pages)
  81. Iron Man (846+ pages; multiple comic books, cartoons and a Movie. Long Runner)
  82. Baldur's Gate (829+ pages)
  83. Earthbound (827+ pages)
  84. Farscape (823+ pages)
  85. GURPS (822+ pages)
  86. The Wheel of Time (816+ pages)
  87. Twilight (814+ pages)
  88. 8-Bit Theater (806+ pages; like OOTS, earns its place: over 1200 strips since 2001 and based off a Final Fantasy game)
  89. Cowboy Bebop (806+ pages)
  90. Magic: The Gathering (797+ pages)
  91. Azumanga Daioh (796+ pages)
  92. Alien (784+ pages)
  93. Lucky Star (783+ pages)
  94. Slayers (779+ pages)
  95. Devil May Cry (776+ pages)
  96. Persona 3 (774+ pages)
  97. Silent Hill (773+ pages; more than half a dozen games and a movie)
  98. The Dark Knight (772+ pages - enough to not be included among Film Overdosed!; plus some of the 268+ of The Dark Knight Saga. May have been helped by following laundry list of Batman interpretations)
  99. Command and Conquer (765+ pages)
  100. Smallville (759+ pages)
  101. Powerpuff Girls (754+ pages, including Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z)
  102. Tsukihime (753+ pages, includes sequels)
  103. Hellsing (751+ pages)
  104. Axis Powers Hetalia (751+ pages)
  105. The World of Darkness (750+ pages, and it has at least a dozen pages, including the fast-growing unofficial troper favourite Genius: The Transgression)
  106. The World Ends With You (748+ pages)
  107. Saturday Night Live (740+ pages; Long Runner)
  108. Sherlock Holmes (735+ pages)
  109. El Goonish Shive (733+ pages)
  110. Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Abridged Series (733+ pages)
  111. Gunnerkrigg Court (731+ pages)
  112. YouTube (722+ pages; the only case of non-fiction outside of creators below to be on this list!)
  113. Back to The Future (721+ pages, not including the animated series)
  114. 24 (720+ pages)
  115. Tsukihime (717+ pages, includes sequels)
  116. Transformers (716+ pages; just two movies!)
  117. Kirby (697+ pages)
  118. Godzilla (695+ pages for a LOT of movies)
  119. Starcraft (675+ pages)
  120. Exalted (670+ pages; is both a Fantasy Kitchen Sink and thoroughly Troperiffic)
  121. Ben 10 (663+ pages, including the sequel)
  122. Seinfeld (657+ pages)
  123. Warhammer (655+ pages)
  124. Mortal Kombat (652+ pages)
  125. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (650+ pages; most about the film, some presumably from the book)
  126. Green Lantern (639+ pages)
  127. Doom! (639+ pages)
  128. Mai-HiME (631+ pages)
  129. Aladdin (630+ pages; three movies and an animated series based off a folk tale)
  130. Tenchi Muyo! (628+ pages)
  131. X Wing Series (625+ pages for nine novels and thirty-five issues of a comic book)
  132. Soul Eater (625+ pages)
  133. Animorphs (623+ pages)
  134. Neverwinter Nights (and the second game) (614+ pages)
  135. Scooby Doo (611+ pages)
  136. The Sandman (609+ pages)
  137. Fist of the North Star (609+ pages)
  138. Portal (607+ pages)
  139. Dune (603+ pages)
  140. Monster (600+ pages)

Film Overdosed: (Number of references for a single film (or with one sequel) -- trilogies and longer series should have enough material to be a candidate for the main Overdosed list above -- 80 reference minimum)

  1. The Incredibles (594+ pages)
  2. The Princess Bride (564+ pages)
  1. Ghostbusters (533+ pages; some refer to other media)
  2. Men in Black (529+ pages; some refer to the Animated Adaptation)
  3. The Lion King (507+ pages, some refer to the sequels)
  4. Die Hard (454+ pages)
  5. Doctor Horribles Sing Along Blog (419+ pages; which is remarkable, considering that it's only the length of an average TV episode)
  6. The Godfather (406+ pages)
  7. Kill Bill (388+ pages)
  8. Monty Python and The Holy Grail (382+ pages)
  9. WALL-E (372+ pages)
  10. 300 (366+ pages; made it!)
  11. Sweeney Todd (363+ pages for both the musical and its film adaptation)
  12. Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (362+ pages)
  13. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (356+ pages)
  14. The Phantom of the Opera (343+ pages)
  15. Toy Story (313+ pages; will be off this list by summer 2010 with Toy Story 3)
  16. Fight Club (298+ pages)
  17. Spaceballs (292+ pages)
  18. Kung Fu Panda (288+ pages)
  19. The Little Mermaid (285+ pages, some probably referring to the original Hans Christian Andersen story)
  20. RoboCop (277+ pages)
  21. Hot Fuzz (270+ pages)
  22. The Silence of the Lambs (269+ pages; some might refer to the books!)
  23. Pulp Fiction (269+ pages)
  24. Blade Runner (267+ pages)
  25. Independence Day (257+ pages)
  26. Galaxy Quest (247+ pages)
  27. Titanic (245+ pages)
  28. Repo! The Genetic Opera (243+ pages)
  29. Akira (243+ pages)
  30. Batman Begins (238+ pages)
  31. Predator (237+ pages, some refer to related to media such as Alien vs. Predator)
  32. The Pink Panther (232+ pages; some may refer to the Animated Series)
  33. The Princess and the Frog (231+ pages)
  34. Coraline (250+ pages)
  35. The Fifth Element (223+ pages)
  36. The Nightmare Before Christmas (220+ pages)
  37. Watership Down (219+ pages)
  38. Hercules (218+ pages; some refer to The Series)
  39. Blazing Saddles (217+ pages)
  40. Mulan (216+ pages)
  41. Labyrinth (209+ pages)
  42. Enchanted (204+ pages)
  43. Airplane! (204+ pages)
  44. Finding Nemo (203+ pages)
  45. District 9 (201+ pages - this one's got potential!)
  46. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (199+ pages)
  47. Tron (198+ pages)
  48. An American Tail (198+ Pages)
  49. Dr. Strangelove (197+ pages)
  50. Jaws (195+ pages)
  51. Shaun of the Dead (195+ pages)
  52. Battle Royale (194+ pages)
  53. Sleeping Beauty (193+ pages)
  54. The Emperors New Groove (192+ pages)
  55. The Big Lebowski (190+ pages)
  56. Constantine (190+ pages)
  57. Batman and Robin (184+ pages - not all of them positively, though))
  58. Reservoir Dogs (183+ pages)
  59. Dogma (181+ pages)
  60. Princess Mononoke (181+ pages)
  61. Scarface (179+ pages)
  62. Forrest Gump (179+ pages)
  63. Planet of the Apes (178+ pages)
  64. Avatar (178+ pages)
  65. Beetlejuice (233+ pages)
  66. Casablanca (174+ pages)
  67. A Clockwork Orange (172+ pages; some may refer to the book!)
  68. Mad Max (167+ pages)
  69. Gladiator (166+ pages)
  70. Up (166+ pages)
  71. Cloverfield (165+ pages)
  72. Citizen Kane (165+ pages)
  73. The Blues Brothers (163+ pages)
  74. Cinderella (163+ pages)
  75. Apocalypse Now (163+ pages)
  76. Gone with the Wind (162+ pages)
  77. Monsters vs. Aliens (162+ pages)
  78. Manos: The Hands of Fate (159+ pages)
  79. Wanted (157+ pages; some refer to the comic)
  80. Equilibrium (157+ pages)
  81. Spirited Away (156+ pages)
  82. Beauty and the Beast (156+ pages)
  83. Tropic Thunder (156+ pages)
  84. Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (155+ pages)
  85. Mystery Men (151+ pages)
  86. 28 Days Later (151+ pages)
  87. Ratatouille (148+ pages)
  88. Stardust (148+ pages)
  89. The Producers (147+ pages)
  90. Psycho (147+ pages)
  91. The Shining (146+ pages)
  92. Lethal Weapon (144+ pages)
  93. The Da Vinci Code (144+ pages)
  94. Bill and Teds Excellent Adventure (143+ pages)
  95. Scary Movie (143+ pages)
  96. Dirty Harry (141+ pages)
  97. Mary Poppins (141+ pages)
  98. Little Shop of Horrors (141+ pages)
  99. Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs (141+ pages)
  100. 2001: A Space Odyssey (140+ pages)
  101. Braveheart (138+ pages)
  102. Saving Private Ryan (137+ pages)
  103. American Pie (129+ pages)
  104. Demolition Man (129+ pages)
  105. Monsters, Inc. (129+ pages)
  106. Pans Labyrinth (128+ pages)
  107. Snakes on a Plane (126+ pages)
  108. The Goonies (126+ pages)
  109. Anastasia (124+ pages)
  110. I Am Legend (124+ pages; some may refer to the book!)
  111. Last Action Hero (124+ pages)
  112. The Naked Gun (124+ pages)
  113. Cars (124+ pages)
  114. Full Metal Jacket (124+ pages)
  115. The Thing (122+ pages)
  116. The Sound of Music (120+ pages)
  117. Team America: World Police (120+ pages)
  118. Pocahontas (118+ pages)
  119. Night Watch (118+ pages)
  120. Van Helsing (117+ pages)
  121. Night Watch (117+ pages)
  122. Fantasia (116+ pages)
  123. The Boondock Saints (116+ pages)
  124. Young Frankenstein (116+ pages)
  125. Sky High (116+ pages)
  126. The Usual Suspects (113+ pages)
  127. American Psycho (113+ pages)
  128. The Great Mouse Detective (112+ pages)
  129. Its a Wonderful Life (112+ pages)
  130. Sky Captain and The World of Tomorrow (112+ pages)
  131. Escape from New York (112+ pages)
  132. Top Gun (111+ pages)
  133. No Country for Old Men (111+ pages)
  134. The Fly (111+ pages)
  135. Plan 9 from Outer Space (108+ pages)
  136. Idiocracy (107+ pages)
  137. Corpse Bride (107+ pages)
  138. Gremlins (106+ pages)
  139. Mirror Mask (105+ pages)
  140. Bolt (103+ pages)
  141. Se7en (103+ pages)
  142. True Lies (103+ pages)
  143. Pinocchio (103+ pages)
  144. Angels in America (101+ pages for a two-part play and its Miniseries adaptation)
  145. Brazil (101+ pages)
  146. Big Trouble in Little China (101+ pages)
  147. Donnie Darko (101+ pages)
  148. Minority Report (101+ pages)
  149. Seven Samurai (100+ pages)
  150. Clerks (100+ pages)
  151. A Bugs Life (100+ pages)
  152. Ace Ventura (98+ pages)
  153. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (98+ pages)
  154. Carrie (98+ pages)
  155. National Treasure (98+ pages)
  156. Metropolis (97+ pages)
  157. Catch-22 (97+ pages)
  158. Underworld (97+ pages)
  159. Chicago (97+ pages)
  160. Hancock (96+ pages)
  161. The Truman Show (96+ pages)
  162. The Sixth Sense (96+ pages)
  163. The Blob (94+ pages)
  164. Se7en (94+ pages)
  165. The Good the Bad And The Ugly (93+ pages)
  166. Brokeback Mountain (93+ pages)
  167. Forbidden Planet (92+ pages)
  168. Waynes World (92+ pages)
  169. One Hundred and One Dalmatians (92+ pages)
  170. Night of the Living Dead (91+ pages)
  171. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (90+ pages)
  172. Robin Hood: Men in Tights (90+ pages)
  173. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (90+ pages)
  174. Dark City (89+ pages)
  175. Being There (88+ pages)
  176. War Games (88+ pages)
  177. Hot Shots (88+ pages)
  178. Harold and Kumar (88+ pages)
  179. Soylent Green (87+ pages)
  180. Event Horizon (86+ pages)
  181. Borat (86+ pages)
  182. Treasure Planet (86+ pages)
  183. Beowulf (85+ pages)
  184. Love Actually (84+ pages)
  185. Bruce Almighty (84+ pages)
  186. The Dark Crystal (83+ pages)
  187. The Wall (83+ pages; overlaps with the album, of course)
  188. Mars Attacks (Film) (82+ pages)
  189. Yellow Submarine (81+ pages)
  190. Edward Scissorhands (81+ pages)

Creator Overdosed: (Number of references for popular writers / directors / musicians / whatever -- 100 reference minimum)

  1. William Shakespeare: 877 (when you use the phrase "Shakespeare's language" as a flowery moniker for "English", you're really talking about an influential author! And why else would we have The Zeroth Law of Trope Examples?)
  2. Stephen King: 848
  3. Terry Pratchett: 811
  4. The Beatles: 756
  5. H.P. Lovecraft: 735
  6. Robert A. Heinlein: 589
  7. JRR Tolkien: 572
  8. Neil Gaiman: 495
  9. Isaac Asimov: 448
  10. Walt Disney: 447
  11. Dan Abnett: 404
  12. Joss Whedon: 375
  13. Michael Jackson: 347
  14. Lois McMaster Bujold: 345
  15. Alan Moore: 338
  16. "Weird Al" Yankovic: 328
  17. Mercedes Lackey: 299
  18. Larry Niven: 296
  19. CS Lewis: 293
  20. They Might Be Giants: 292
  21. William S. Gilbert and Arthur S. Sullivan: 266
  22. Agatha Christie: 246
  23. Pink Floyd: 235
  24. Tim Burton: 234
  25. Edgar Rice Burroughs: 209
  26. Tom Clancy: 207
  27. Diana Wynne Jones: 202
  28. Piers Anthony: 199
  29. The Three Stooges: 194
  30. Graham McNeill: 193
  31. Metallica: 189
  32. Douglas Adams: 183
  33. Norio Wakamoto: 182
  34. Queen: 182
  35. Marx Brothers: 182
  36. Dave Barry: 178
  37. Alfred Hitchcock: 176
  38. Iron Maiden: 175
  39. James Swallow: 174
  40. Harry Turtledove: 174
  41. Charles Dickens: 173
  42. Roger Ebert: 172
  43. Quentin Tarantino: 170
  44. Don Rosa: 169
  45. Edgar Allan Poe: 163
  46. Sandy Mitchell: 162
  47. Orson Scott Card: 157
  48. PG Wodehouse: 155
  49. David Eddings: 155
  50. Steven Spielberg: 155
  51. David Bowie: 152
  52. Osamu Tezuka: 150
  53. Frank Miller: 150
  54. Jack Chick: 146
  55. Mel Brooks: 142
  56. Tex Avery: 142
  57. Mark Twain: 140
  58. Richard Wagner: 139
  59. Andre Norton: 135
  60. George Lucas: 135
  61. Timothy Zahn: 134
  62. Nine Inch Nails: 134
  63. Rumiko Takahashi: 132
  64. The Who and Tommy: 130
  65. Jane Austen: 130-- from only six novels, none long.
  66. Tom Lehrer: 130
  67. Nirvana: 130
  68. Bob Dylan: 129
  69. G. K. Chesterton: 128
  70. Stephen Sondheim: 128
  71. Carl Barks: 128
  72. Led Zeppelin: 128
  73. J. K. Rowling: 126
  74. Poul Anderson: 126
  75. Michael Bay: 126
  76. Rudyard Kipling: 123
  77. Roger Zelazny: 123
  78. Stan Lee: 123
  79. Ray Bradbury: 121
  80. Lewis Carroll: 117
  81. Don Bluth: 117
  82. Uwe Boll: 117 (don't expect them to be positive, though)
  83. The Rolling Stones: 117
  84. Oscar Wilde: 116
  85. J. Michael Straczynski: 116
  86. Hayao Miyazaki: 116
  87. Warren Ellis: 116
  88. Guns N' Roses: 112
  89. Disturbed: 110
  90. Woody Allen: 110
  91. Roald Dahl: 110
  92. Eddie Izzard: 110
  93. Homer: 108
  94. Michael Crichton: 107
  95. Megumi Hayashibara: 106
  96. Kevin Smith: 106
  97. Seltzer and Friedberg: 105 (see Uwe Boll above)
  98. H. G. Wells: 104
  99. Ursula K. Le Guin: 102

Notes

  1. between TOS (3), TNG (7), DS9 (7), VOY (7), and ENT (4), the franchise clocks in at twenty-eight live-action seasons
  2. The Japanese G1 continuity, Transformers Robots in Disguise and the Unicron Trilogy
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