More Great Fan Forensics -Follow the Dots

on Me and Richard based on sleuthing by AmazingGrace @Rashisma1

https://meandrichard.wordpress.com/2017/05/29/so-if-that-voice-is-richard-armitage-hes-trevor/

Speaking role we heard  Richard Armitage speak is attributed to character, Trevor Belmont. Follow the links above to learn more about this character, who is not new to the storyline.

Here’s an older (prior)  image of the character

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Here’s a screenshot from the teaser:Screen Shot 2017-05-28 at 9.46.56 PM

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Fan Forensics: #RichardArmitage -Vampire Hunter?

This is one genre I’d hoped Richard Armitage would save me from having to watch, but:

A few sleuthing fans have uncovered what, though a long shot, might be a new project for Richard Armitage.

The vehicle is a new animated series adapted from a video game, coming to Netflix in July, titled Castlevania. 

The series stars Alejandra Reynoso and James Callis. Reynoso recently followed in succession on Twitter,  @JamesCallis and @RCArmitage – but also, apparently contemporaneously, @LeePace. In addition, some time ago @RCArmitage followed Callis ( thank you Micra)

Fans @VioletTDB, @Chrissyinwm and @Pimpi59 (Micra) are credited with unearthing the info. Take a listen and decide for yourself whether you think that’s Armitage’s voice at the end. IMDB does not have him listed. I agree with Micra, though, the speaker on the tape seems more like the hero than a cameo, so it’s hard to understand why Armitage would not be listed in the cast.

I checked out James Callis’s voice in an interview on You Tube, and that final voice is definitely not his.

 

Over-exposed or In the Fog, Raymond De Merville, You Can’t Hide from Us.

The original, by RCArmitage shared by RCArmitage Army

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by Servetus here
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Thanks to all you photo editors who always clear things up for the rest of us. BTW, I wonder how many of you were expert at photo enhancing before your Armitage attraction?

New Strains of Armitage Fan Mode Disorders Discovered – Research Fast-Tracked

UPDATE

New modes of Armitage fandom disorders are being discovered in alarming numbers

ARMITAGE SELECTION MODE (ASM), typified by fans arguing over which role played by Richard Armitage is most perfect, has been identified by MsGigglepants, see comment,

She is also the first to coin the phrase CHRONIC ARMITAGE COMPLEX ENTHRALLMENT – (CAC for short, pronounced the British way), applying  the term  to patients complaining of symptoms common to multiple modes, which appears to be the majority of them. Id.

Phylly3 has coined the phrase ARMITAGE DISSERTATION MODE (ADM7), to describe Perry’s Abstract, arguing Perry evidences classic symptoms of ADM5, ARMITAGE DISSECTION MODE. Id.

Having come to Perry’s attention by way of joint research efforts with Phylly,  yet another affliction has been unearthed,  ARMITAGE VIDEO ABSTRACTION MODE (AVAM), typified by members of the fandom who ignore everyday life in favor of watching fanvids created by – you guessed it- Phylly’sFaves  and other talented vidders.

RESEARCH IS FAST-TRACKED

These damaging and debilitating psychological disorders are sending hundreds of fans to their analyst’s couch. Something must be done. A poster boy has been selected:

GIVE WHAT YOU CAN TO THE ---------ARMITAGE ---- Photo from RANet.com

GIVE WHAT YOU CAN TO THE ———ARMITAGE —-
Photo from RANet.com

 YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!!      Without further research, authorities fear the Armitage Mode Syndromes will reach epidemic proportions, fueled by the upcoming release of The Desolation of Smaug, drawing thousand more symptom-free, unsuspecting individuals into the fandom. Funding grants have been offered by the Armitage Institute, but the project is stalemated for lack of an appropriate name for the soon to be established Foundation. Suggestions of  “The Foundation for Armitage Recovery Testing”(FART) and the Organization for Overseeing Fandom Frailties (OOFF) have been rejected as derivative and likely to confuse. 

Organizers are reaching out to the  fan base to elicit viable corporate names for the not for profit organization. They are asked to contact the neophyte perry, through  comments to her publisher.  A poll will be conducted to select the most appropriate foundation or institute name.

 IN OTHER NEWS

The poll is still open to decide the burning question of what design the not yet named foundation’s “ribbon in support” should take. Leading in the poll is a black leather version, commemorating Guy of Gisborne. Authorities believe this is the first choice because fan’s know everyone needs a bit of black leather. Running a distant second is the creme colored damask ribbon typifying John Thornton. The results are encouraging. The voters are showing their preference for neutrals. BUT THE SAMPLE IS TOO SMALL to have statistical significance, so please vote below.

WITHOUT YOUR HELP WE CAN’T STAMP OUT ARMITAGE MODE DISORDERS

ABSTRACT ON THE INCREASE OF DANGEROUS ARMITAGE MODES IN THE FANDOM POPULATION

The  syndrome known as ARMITAGE PROTECTION MODE   (APM) came to my attention awhile back when I was engaging in one of  my newest forms of relaxation, reading Armitage blog archives. First identified by noted Armitageian, RAFrenzy,  the syndrome has come to mean the circumstance in which one set of fans ( the Protectors and Defenders) worries about and takes action against other  fans who get too public about what they think they know about Mr. Armitage’s private life or who publish real life fantasies or fanfics in which they appear with the real Mr. Armitage.

APM is an outgrowth of two other Armitage conditions. The first to be identified was  ARMITAGE OBJECTIFICATION MODE  (AOM), first coined by Servetus on “Me and Richard” and which, frankly, I think we’re basically all suffering from, ( squee, oomph, yum, slurp, thud, ) – the joy and need to gain pleasure from looking at Richard Armitage . Perry examines this  here.

Studies ( by Perry)  have shown  that AOM is actually a more severe strain of what she  identifies as AIM, or  “ARMITAGE INTROSPECTION MODE,” in which the fan searches deep into her psyche to explain her fandom, explores her non-sleeping dream states, and discovers that waking up next to imaginary Armitage , allowing him to make her morning coffee and advising her on how to handle the snafus in her life, is a better antidote to the deep therapy that the Protectors and Defenders think she needs.

But I digress.

If ARMITAGE OBJECTIFICATION MODE (and its off-shoot ARMITAGE INTROSPECTION MODE) is the first condition that gave rise to APM, then ARMITAGE DETECTION MODE,  also discovered by the neophyte, Perry,  is the second.

ARMITAGE DETECTION MODE (ADM) according to Perry in her paper, ‘Abstract on the Increase of Dangerous Armitage Modes in the Fandom’.  ( WordPress 2013)  is the obsessive compulsion of thousands of Armitage fans to scour news, social media sites, other blogs and message boards- and yes, even municipal property records, in order to ferret out every scintilla of  fact or rumor  that offers up the latest news, photo, comment, beverage choice, literary interest, movie attended,  regarding Mr. Armitage.

Researchers ( Perry) have begun to identify an alarmingly growing number of related Armitage disorders spreading rampantly in the fandom, including the rarely diagnosed ARMITAGE DEFLECTION MODE (ADM2) an obsessive need to rebut or explain away any, even minutely critical, statement against Mr. Armitage.  Examples are,  his occasional omission of the possessive apostrophe (maybe he doesn’t approve of possessiveness) and his inability to think on his feet in a  world-wide broadcast and produce the title of a song  that typifies his life to date ( isn’t ‘It’s Blank” a song? Maybe the weight of  his curls were impeding his brain function).

ARMITAGE DEJECTION MODE( ADM3) is the severe depression and ennui that attacks the fandom when there is no new mention of Armitage in press or social media  despite flare-ups  of ARMITAGE DETECTION MODE.

ARMITAGE INSPECTION MODE (AIM2) is a neurosis typified by microscopic examination of Armitage body parts, such as in-depth examinations of the true color of  his eyes, his thumbs, his chest, his ass, his thighs, his ears, his lips, his back,  his – CRAP- where was I? Oh yeah, his chest. I’m always at his chest. CODE BLUE! AOM Alert. fortunately AIM2 has not given way to ARMITAGE VIVISECTION MODE  probably because no one can approach close enough to him, despite the fears of those engaged in APM

ARMITAGE DEFECTION MODE (ADM3) is a transitory state of being during which certain fans ( you know who you are ) defect to Hugh Jackman. It never lasts long . (note: further study has concluded that Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hiddleson may also be involved in ADM)

ARMITAGE ELECTION MODE  is a group activity engaged in by  the fandom  to put Mr. Armitage forward for every new role they hear about which requires a 35-45ish   white male actor, only to suffer depression and disappointment when Benedict Cumberbatch gets the role.

ARMITAGE DICTION MODE (ADM4) is the recurring fear that Mr. Armitage will not master a credible American accent and hence, be deprived of  the opportunity to play a cowboy, a lumberjack, a cab driver or George Washington, who are usually depicted as being very tall.( the cab driver role might actually require a middle eastern, southeast Asian or Russian accent, which Mr. Armitage has mastered)

ARMITAGE DISSECTION MODE (ADM5) affects only a small number of fans. It is categorized by detailed and often turgid analysis of specific roles Armitage has played.

Research continues by a dedicated cadre of Armitageians – all the time hoping that they never come across ARMITAGE REJECTION MODE (ARM) an affliction that targets producers, agents, casting directors and the like – symptoms self-explanatory.

In the meantime, professionals and specialists,   Armitologists, recommend that sufferers regularly exercise their Armitagemania by viewing at least one hour a day of Armitage in motion followed by two views of Armitage stills, taken with a glass of blond beer or red wine.