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Psychoville web roundup

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David Thair | 15:02 UK time, Friday, 17 July 2009

There are certain sorts of programmes that inspire high levels of fan activity online - and Psychoville is one of them. It's a new series and it isn't even finished yet, but there's all sorts of stuff popping up on the web.

Red Raw StumpThere's the small but beautifully designed fan community Red Raw Stump, which along with a forum also contains a fan-made 'advert' for a new mobile phone.

Mr JellyWe've also spotted this fantastic illustration of Mr Jelly by Andrea Munuera on deviantART, and if you head over to YouTube you can see the show's "rejected title sequence".

Staying on YouTube, there's some fun being had on the Psychoville character's Channels. David Sowerbutts has become #5 Most Subscribed This Month (well done David!) and, along with Mr Jelly (#6 Most Subscribed This Month), has been leaving responses to his commentors. See if you can spot them...

In socialnetworkingland, as well as our own official page, a proliferation of Facebook groups and other pages have appeared, while every Thursday everyone's all a-Twitter about the show - which even became a trending topic during the first episode.

And of course, the forums on longstanding League of Gentlemen fansites such as This is a Local Shop and lofg.com have been talking about Psychoville since it was announced.

Have you found any great Psychoville tributes online? Let us know below.
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