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Ducklings (or: I dream of summer)

“All worthy work is open to interpretations the author did not intend.  Art isn’t your pet — it’s your kid.  It grows up and talks back to you.”

- Joss Whedon (1964 – )

Roadside Roses

Call for Papers: The Future of Whedon

We all know and love Buffy, Firefly, Avengers, and the other big Whedon projects. But what’s on the horizon—giant Marvelverse movies and tie-in shows? What about the smaller, long-rumored projects like Doctor Horrible 2, Ripper, Wastelanders, The Serving Girl? 543 more words

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Crew of the Planet Express

Don’t worry, this reboot isn’t gritty in the gritty reboot sense. This is still a ridiculous shambles of an operation.

The Professor (and his grad student Ami Wong) practices his mad science with the funds generated by an interstellar delivery service and laundered by his accountant Hermes Conrad. 127 more words

Serenity RPG

Joss Whedon: AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Is About Being 'Strong But Damaged By Power'

Joss Whedon continued, “‘Strong but damaged by power’ describes every person in this movie. It may, in fact, describe what the movie is about. You know, the more power that we have, the less human we are.” This especially applies to the Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo). 9 more words

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Superhero Fatigue: Spending an Exhausting Day With Director Joss Whedon on the 'Avengers 2' Set

Joss Whedon is tired. It’s just about halfway through the shoot for ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ in London, and Whedon doesn’t as much sit down for our interview as he does collapse into a chair. 30 more words

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Stephanie Watches Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 2×10 “What We Become”

The midseason finale for Agents of SHIELD did not disappoint. No, instead it left me partly astounded, partly devastated. But an insane amount of important things happened and many mysteries were solved. 1,248 more words

Stephanie Watches

big damn heroes: several seasons of firefly?

If you’re anything like the millions of Americans who watch “Firefly” at least once a year, this is for you. If you’re like millions of human beings who watch “Firefly” at least once a year, this is for you. 1,922 more words