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Joss Whedon

  1. Well Great. Now I Want a Buffy the Vampire Animated Series All Over Again!

    We saved the world; I say we party.

    Stephen Byrne, the talented fellow who created that wonderful Doctor Who animated intro, is back to tease us with another beloved series we'll probably never see animated: Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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  2. Pull It Together: Hawkeye, Captain Marvel, Future’s End, and a Bunch of Joss Whedon for a Dollar

    We've got issues. Lots of issues.

    Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the massive field of comic book titles to the ones you shouldn’t overlook. It isn’t about what’s on my pull list, it’s about what could be on yours!

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  3. Gallery1988 Is Hosting A Joss Whedon-Themed Art Show All Month

    Curse your sudden but inevitable awesomeness!

    LA's Gallery1988 has put on some amazing pop culture art shows, featuring themes like Ghostbusters, Edgar Wright, and J.J. Abrams. But starting today, the gallery is going to be hosting a show paying tribute to Our Geek Master, Joss Whedon.

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  4. Joss Whedon: Anita Sarkeesian’s Feminist Frequency “Is Just Truth-Telling. Deal.”

    You've been Jossed. No, wait, that's something different.

    A new Tropes Vs. Women in Video Games installment hit the web on Monday, and with it came the requisite (in the oh-of-course sense, not the this-should-actually-happen sense) wave of backlash against creator Anita Sarkeesian. If you're one of those people who gives Sarkeesian hell because "she's just listing things you could find on Wikipedia!," Joss Whedon thinks you're missing the point.

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  5. ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Round-Up: The Old Spice Guy, GRRM, Lee Pace, Joss, Tom Hardy, & More!

    So much icy charity goodness!

    The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has already raised over $50 million for charity, and the donations and videos don't seem to be slowing down. Here are some more videos of your faves getting soaked - and don't forget to send your own contributions (with or without ice) here through the MDA.

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  6. The Avengers Extended Family Includes Whedonverse Favorites In This Fantastic Fan Mashup

    Whedon-verse, unite!

    Joss Whedon is one of the biggest names in nerd culture. The number of films and TV shows he's been involved in is vast. So what better way to commemorate that than to combine some of his most iconic characters into one picture?

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  7. Dorkly Presents 20 More Times Joss Whedon Won Twitter

    Because he just keeps being perfect at it.

    If you thought you could not love Joss Whedon any more than you already did for all the wonderful fiction he's brought into our world, then you clearly have not been following him on Twitter. He's just as prolific in 140 characters or less, and hey—his Twitter feed can't be untimely canceled by network goons. Take a look at a rundown of some of his best Twitter excellence on Dorkly.

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  8. Read Nathan Fillion’s Typically Awesome Foreword To Joss Whedon’s Biography Here

    Oh Captain, my Captain!

    As indication of how fascinating and emotional the biography as a whole will likely be, Nathan Fillion himself wrote the foreword.

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  9. Read Tom Hiddleston’s Emotional Letter To Joss Whedon Thanking Him For The Avengers

    Warm fuzzies: assemble!

    Joss Whedon: The Biography comes out this Friday, and that's great news for Whedonites and fans of Tom Hiddleston alike (not me. nope. British accent, self-effacing, rakish smile? Definitely not my type). Here in an excerpt from the upcoming biography is an e-mail exchange between Hiddleston and Whedon following the completion of the first Avengers draft.

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  10. Joss Whedon: “There Are Four Prominent Female Roles” In Avengers: Age of Ultron

    Leaving this here.

    "There are four prominent female roles in the center of the movie, and a more balanced presence throughout the movie. But, you know, the guys are all there. There are more of them too. Hopefully it will satisfy everybody. I’m not trying to fulfill an agenda, but I’m interested in men and women. I’m interested in grown-ups who act like children and dress like clowns and punch each other."—Joss Whedon, speaking at the Guardians of the Galaxy premiere about Age of Ultron.

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