“This is one of the best things that has ever happened to me,” said Liam, who asked his real name not to be used because of the family’s sensitivities.

“I’ve never seen anything like it.”

The Irish teen, who lives in Dublin, said he watched the television programme for the first time at the age of 10 and then downloaded the episode to his computer when he was 15.

“It was the first I’d ever seen something that big,” he said.

“That was when I was about 12.

It’s the only thing I know.

Homestuck has spawned hundreds of fan fiction and comic books, with more than 100,000 downloads and millions of views. “

When I heard about this, I just thought it was a great way to celebrate the birthday of my mum.”

Homestuck has spawned hundreds of fan fiction and comic books, with more than 100,000 downloads and millions of views.

In March, the show’s creators, Brian Posehn and John Wagner, wrote a book to commemorate the milestone, and fans are also encouraged to create their own fanfiction and comic-book series.

‘The whole world loves it’ “Homestucks are one of those things that, as an adult, it’s easy to forget that they were a thing,” said the 17-year-old.

A week later, the boy posted an update on Twitter, writing: “Huge thanks to everyone who has supported the project over the last few weeks. “

This has been a huge amount of work and I’m so proud to be part of that.”

A week later, the boy posted an update on Twitter, writing: “Huge thanks to everyone who has supported the project over the last few weeks.

You guys are amazing!”

He added that fans were being more generous.

“As a fan, I think I’ve done something pretty special. “

I hope to have the next chapter of Homestucks just as good as the first one.””

As a fan, I think I’ve done something pretty special.

I hope to have the next chapter of Homestucks just as good as the first one.”