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  • Avatar of LOSTatmyTV


    [1]Jul 2, 2008
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    does anybody know of any good rescue ranger fan sites out there?

    te ones i seem to find seem kinda dead

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    [2]Jul 23, 2008
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    U gotta be kidding me?

    And those are just a small part of what you can find. Try google. - G

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    [3]Aug 30, 2008
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    I, too, recommend the Acorn CafĂ© ( which is the main CDRR fan forum—if you're a true Rangerphile, I expect to see you there soon—and the Rescue Ranger Database ( which is a huge collection of fan craftings.

    One of the most important CDRR sites is of course Chris Fischer's 232-page online graphic novel Of Mice and Mayhem ( Prepare for several hours of intense comic reading and at least one sleepless night when you're done.

    You might also want to take a look at the Ranger Wiki (, a wiki about all things CDRR (and I mean all things).

    Other recommended sites are Indy's Ranger Museum ( and Kat's Gadget Hackwrench and the Rescue Rangers (

    If you'd like to know what the Ranger fandom is all about (or was all about some nine years ago), read Julie Bihn's Sociology project Come Along, You Belong, Feel The Fizz (; furthermore, I advise you to read what's written about CDRR at (, especially the Importance section (

    One of the most prolific Rangerphiles ever was Matt Plotecher; you can find his creations in a special section of his website ( I strongly recommend the Chip Noir Dale's Rescue Rangers fanfics.

    Talking about fan fiction, most of the more famous works cannot be found at Rhyme and Reason by Michael Demcio ( is a must-read IMO, as are the stories written by John Nowak (; start with Under The Bridge).


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