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David Boreanaz on Married ..... with Children? According to IMDb, I sure did! Very strange moment, indeed!
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As always, Supanova was heaps of fun

and here's why. )
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Joss Whedon: Conversations - I think I might have a look for this one.
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Sexual Rhetoric in the Works of Joss Whedon - due out on 26th January 2011. Not sure how I didn't see the original announcement for it but it certainly sounds interesting from the blurb:
Topics covered include the role of virginity, lesbianism and homoeroticism in the shows and the comics, the nature of masculinity and femininity and gender stereotypes, an exploration of sexual binaries, and a ranking of the Buffy characters on the Kinsey scale of sexuality.

AtS #37

Sep. 9th, 2010 09:36 pm
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There is a cover and 5 preview opaqges over at Buffyfest

and they're here too. )
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Buffyfest have interviews from both Dark Horse's Scott Allie and IDW's Chris Ryall and Mariah Huehner about the shift across publishing houses. Neither adds a huge amount of information but both seem calm in the midst of some of the hysteria the move has induced in some places.
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Both (*SPOILERS* in the link) Dark Horse and (*SPOILERS* in the link) IDW have confirmed that the Angel series is returning to Dark Horse. From the IDW link, it doesn't sound as if IDW was too pleased at the way Dark Horse announced the change but it at least sounds like the transition will be coordinated, even smooth, if all goes to plan. It also sounds like all the new IDW-generated characters will make the move over to Dark Horse and that Joss will be involved in all of this. Let's hope there's not too much retconning to make everything fit!
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From lots of places but it seems that the Angel comic series will be going back to Dark Horse next year aligning with BtVS S9, this comment on Whedonesque being the first place I saw it. It seemed to be multiply confirmed by other readers of the same issue so it seems likely that it is happening. I wonder what that will mean for some of the new characters introduced - and whether any notice will be taken of some of the stories written since the end of the Brian Lynch/Joss Whedon collaboration for AtS: After The Fall.
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..... when there is an Imperial Stormtrooper at the urinal to my left and Boba Fett at the urinal to my right! Supanova was very crowded today and queues were long for everything but it seemed to be well organised, with many more helpers on hand just about everywhere I turned. Things moved faster and smoother than they did in 2008, the last time I went.

Fun over signatures follows. )

What I bought. )
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There are covers for all three of the above comics at Comics Continuum

and they are all here too. )

Holy crap!

May. 4th, 2010 11:45 pm
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A few weeks ago I looked at the Supanova website for this year's guests in Perth and didn't see anything of particular interest to me so I wasn't going to go.

And then I go back today and what do I see but this:
Tahmoh Penikett
Eliza Dushku
Charisma Carpenter and
Felicia Day.

Holy crap!
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CBR has an interview with Scott Tipton (writer) and Elena Casagrande (artist) about their comic adaptation of the AtS episode "A Hole in the World". I love the pictures about half way down the page showing the transition from pencil to ink to colour. That part of the comic drawing process always fascinates me. The "montage" of the five covers is fascinating too - I never even spotted the flowing nature of all the covers. The interview's not bad either!
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There is preview page from another new AtS project at RyallTime

and it's here too. )
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There are covers for AtS #32, AtS: Barbary Coast #1 and AtS: A Hole in the World #5 at Newsarama and the cover for AtS #33 at RyallTime

and they are all here too. )
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Comics Continuum has blurbs and covers for both of these issues

and they are both here too. )
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It's clear from this post that there will be another Angel series, set in about 1850-60 is my guess. I hope it is Urru/Byrne - that should be a good pairing.
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I'm not sure how all three of these books escaped my attention but I'm clearly going to have to go on the hunt for them as soon as possible:
Buffy and Angel Conquer the Internet: Essays on Online Fandom (Paperback)
Angel (TV Milestones) (Paperback)
Buffy Meets the Academy: Essays on the Episodes and Scripts as Texts (Paperback)
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After yesterday's shocking news about Andy Hallett's death, I did the only thing I could - I watched AtS S4e03 The House Always Wins, AtS S4e06 Spin The Bottle and AtS S5e05 Life of the Party, my three favourite Lorne-centric episodes. Damn but he was talented and funny. The commentary with David Fury to The House Always Wins was a wonderful finishing touch.

RIP, Andy - the world lost a great talent with your passing.
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Sad news - Andy Hallett died yesterday, aged just 33 from heart failure stemming from cardiomyopathy, developed as a result of an infected dental filling.

(Thanks to deanna b for the link to the original interview.)

The best way to remember you. )
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Comic Book Resources carries news of a new Tales of the Vampires one shot whilst Buffyfest has news of three (yes, three) new Angelverse series: one indefinite length Spike series, courtesy of Brian Lynch (who so gets Spike's voice and character so YAY!), a two-part Dru story (YAY!) courtesy of Brain Lynch and ..... wait for it ..... Juliet Landau (YAY!, YAY! and a final YAY!) and a Gunn one-shot, also couryesy of Brian Lynch.



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