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The Whedon Endorsement

"Geek Overlord" Joss Whedon has endorsed Mitt Romney. He makes logical points, backs up his opinion, and comes to a pragmatic conclusion. He suggests, if you want a zombie apocolyse as he does, you must vote for the Zomney. Well played sir, well played. -Via Kotaku

The Avengers Intro – Firefly Style

(YouTube link) Comic book, sci-fi, and Joss Whedon fans, check this out: it’s an introduction to The Avengers done in the style of the TV show Firefly! -via The Daily What Geek

Joss Whedon Can Finally Move In To The Barbie Dreamhouse

If you feel like there’s something missing from your dolly playtime, you’re probably just wishing you had a Joss Whedon action figure to throw into the mix! Complete with sensible shoes, ginger beard and hands capable of framing any scene faster than you can say action, the Joss Whedon action figure will transform any playset into [...]

Joss Whedon, Stan Lee And Other Geek Overlords As HeroClix Figures

If you’re a fan of the tabletop battle game HeroClix then you’re going to love these geek overlord edition figures coming out exclusively with a special edition of the Comic Con documentary- Comic Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope. The set features Joss Whedon, Stan Lee, Morgan Spurlock and Harry Knowles as mighty mini HeroClix figures [...]

Joss Whedon Sings!

(YouTube Link) Joss Whedon writes hit television shows, directs blockbuster films and apparently he’s also one hell of a singer. Watch him belt out a tune in an episode of The American Life from 2010, a tune from Commentary! The Musical, which originally appeared on the DVD edition of Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along. It’s pure geeky musical love, [...]

18 Facts You Might Not Know about Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Buffy the Vampire Slayer was a hugely successful television series on WB and UPN from 1997-2003. Writer and producer Joss Whedon, long heavily constrained by the requirements of others, finally had the opportunity to create a series that was completely his own. Whedon had worked on it for years, first selling the screenplay in 1988 [...]