After watching “We are Wizards” I am intrigued by the way that these super fans are consuming media, as opposed to the way that I personally consume media. These fans go way beyond a mere interest in the subject, and they create entire societies out of information from the Harry Potter franchise. Instead of merely consuming the content, which is what many people are satisfied with, these fans feel that they must interact with the media and create new content that expands upon Warner Brothers’ intellectual property. Warner Brothers has a lot of power over what is considered acceptable in terms of fan creations, and what they consider threatening. I believe that the cease and desist letters are valid, because although the fans think that it is their creation and their world, they are entirely using the intellectual property that Warner Brothers has purchased. These fans are not paying any money to Warner Brothers for the rights to use their content, and therefore I believe that they must protect the integrity of their franchise. In the past few years, I think that this fan culture has died down, because the book series, as well as the movie series, has come to a close. All of the actors have moved on to other projects, and even J.K. Rowling has written other books. However, this type of culture still exists with other franchises and content, and the tension between fans and large corporations still exists.I think that it is important for fans like this to understand that there are laws governing intellectual property, and that they must be respected. Fans can still create content, they should just either keep it on a small, local level, or pay a fee to Warner Brothers so that they may use the content. Not everything can be free and it is unreasonable to assume that you can just use all of this intellectual property and content without any ramifications.