Unfortunately, because of the way accept and unaccept events are stored in the database, these questions cannot be perfectly answered. The problem is that "acceptance" is a special kind of vote, and unacceptance is equivalent to deleting that vote. Because deleted votes aren't accessible, there's no way to check acceptances other than the currently-accepted ...
I cannot provide any data but, given who the domain belongs to, this is likely to be an artefact of a WiFi network on French transit routes.
Apparently some technical specific of their groundbreaking WiFi's login portal redirects in such a way that their domain ends up as the HTTP Referer [sic] field when requests to Stack Exchange (and other sites) are ...
On SFF, 43 (Valorum), followed by 16 (you), 14 (you), 13 (Valorum).
On Christmas Eve 2015, you not only hit the repcap but more than doubled that with your SIXTEEN accepted answers. This superhuman feat, which I observed myself at the time, was the best ever on this site until just a couple of days ago when Valorum absolutely slaughtered all competition by ...
There has been an awakening1.
I'm using star-trek as a baseline, because they're my graphs and I want to.
Question growth over time
The above graph shows question growth in absolute numbers. Star Wars questions (blue line) have been growing more-or-less constantly since July 2012, and slightly slower (at least recently) than Star Trek (red line) questions....
Just look at the tag statistics (as of today, 22 Dec at around 18:30 UTC):
story-identification: 36 asked this week, 121 this month
harry-potter: 13 asked this week, 74 this month
star-wars: 33 asked today, 194 this week
star-trek: 11 asked this week, 74 this month
lord-of-the-rings: 15 asked this week, 49 this month
movie: 11 asked this week, 23 this month