This week, in Fandometrics...
Welcome to earth, babies
- (Anime & Manga) Owari No Seraph makes its debut into this Fandometrics world as a healthy, bouncing No. 18.
- (Ships) Yoonseok (Bangtan Boys’ Min Yoongi and Jung Hoseok) was dropped off by the stork at No. 19.
- (Movies) The Dark Tower, the cinematic interpretation of Stephen King’s labor of love, dropped a trailer and came out at No. 18.
- (TV) In the beginning….American Gods debuted at No. 18.
- (Web Stuff) danisnotonfire has been knocked off his throne at No. 1 by…Daniel Howell. It’s true, folks. He’s all grown up and no longer on fire.
On the rise
- (K-Pop) VIXX leaps five spots to No. 8. Twice jumps an appropriate two spots to No. 9. New music is just around the corner. But don’t call it a comeback, they’ve been here for years.
- (TV) A steaming hot Steven Bomb was dropped on Cartoon Network’s app, catapulting Steven Universe up to No. 3
- (Music) Niall Horan gains a stunning thirteen spot lead over last week thanks to Slow Hands (his song, not Eric Clapton). Bad girl RiRi basically won this year’s Met Gala, which is why you can catch her at No. 3.
We all fall down
- (Celebrities) Double digit, double trouble: John Boyega (No. 18) and Kim Kardashian (No. 14) both slid ten spots down.
- (K-Pop) K.A.R.D fell five spots to No. 13. Know when to fold ‘em.
- (Music) Lana Del Rey can’t keep still. This week you can find her towards the bottom at No. 18 after a seven spot downward spiral.