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Watson Weekly Issue 20

Watson Weekly 20 is now online. In this issue: Last chance to buy from Emma’s People Tree collection, The Perks of Being a Wallflower has a new cover, and a premiere, and more fan art and graphics.

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14 Responses to “Watson Weekly Issue 20”

  1. DepResiF ßuqRa says:

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  2. HELEN says:

    also spam. and spam. Anyway. Great WW.

  3. naro says:

    greattttt work guys, it s been ages since i last came here but i always trust this site and whenever i miss the whole emma world, i come here 🙂

  4. Kristen says:

    It looks awesome!!! Loved reading the articles…great graphics/artwork from fans too!! Very talented people!!!!

  5. sepid says:

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  6. mahmut can sen says:

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  7. jaleh says:

    please put the fan arts in the watson weekly in your website so that we’d bw able to download it,thanks

    • dook says:

      I have added the art and graphics from the previous issue to the site. I will see if I can add them from this issue later today.

  8. Emma says:

    Can I find somewhere the other 18 issues?

  9. Nicole says:

    Another great edition of Watson weekly 🙂 Emma’s people tree collections was a great article!!!

  10. KS987 says:

    Didn’t expect another issue this soon, but I’m not complaining. Congrats to Emma on People Tree being a massive success. It’s sad that she had to stop due to it being difficult to mix it in with school and her acting career, as she loved working on the line. I hope that one day she will work with them again. I thought they had already sold out though since when I last checked the site the had no items on it, though of course they probably had more in stock.

    Funny thing a while back though, the Daily Mail, the original source for the false claims of Emma’s line failing, later published another article about Emma’s line being successful after it wasd confirmed to be, even saying something like “despite what some sources have claimed” as if denying that they were the ones who claimed it in the first place. How the hell papers like this are able to print this nonsense is beyond me.

    • sparkvark111 says:

      Daily Mail diverts responsibility by quoting an unnamed ‘source’. This allows them to steer toward a conclusion without really having to standing by anything they say. They can claim to be simply misinformed.