This low-key adaptation of William Shakespeare’s comedy Much Ado About Nothing caught plenty of people off guard when it appeared in film festivals a little over two years ago, primarily because of director Joss Whedon’s association with a string of fantasy, sci-fi and comic book-related hits on both the small and the big screen. 1,221 more words
Hello Beautiful Thinkers,
In 2001 Joss Whedon started a comic called Fray set in the distant future of the Buffy The Vampire Slayer world. The eight-issue limited series took until 2003 to finish because of scheduling issues but it revealed information about a past slayer, that we are left to assume is Buffy. 153 more words
“You think you’re the only superhero in the world? You’ve become part of a bigger universe; you just don’t know it yet.” — Samuel L. Jackson… 4,978 more words
Season 3 | Episode 7 | “Revelations” | Aired Nov 17, 1998
There are two main kinds of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes. There are the fun, lighthearted episodes that maybe do a little to advance the big season arcs or touch on the plan of the Big Bad, but mostly, they exist to be fun and wonderful. 563 more words
It’s Wednesday night, which means another choir rehearsal and another let’s-see-how-quickly-I-can-write-this post on Will4Will.
Over on my “flexible blog,”* I occasionally write what I call a “breadcrumbs” post: a quick collections of factoids and observations that may not be enough separately to carry the night on their own, but which together add up to something or other. 418 more words