LitStack Review: You’re Never Weird on the Internet (almost) by Felicia Day

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You’re Never Weird on the Internet (almost) Felicia Day Touchstone Books Release Date:  August 11, 2015 ISBN 978-1-4767-8565-3 In 2007, something fun happened on the internet:  The Guild, a web series based on the lives of a group of gamers, posted its first season on You Tube.  The game upon which the series was centered [….]

Attention Whedonites: Doctor Horrible Two Will Happen

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We were just a bit too excited when we came across this post from Screen Rant. According to the site, every Joss Whedon fan’s dream of seeing another installment of the Nathan Fillion/Neil Patrick Harris web series Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog isn’t just a pipe dream: A sequel to Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog has always [….]

LitStaff Pick: Open Thread

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We’ve got a lot of things on our minds this week. From the election of a new Pope to memories of our favorite children’s novels and the power of fan-funded artistic projects, our picks this week run the gamut of thoughts we’d like to share with you, LitStackers. Check out what’s on our minds and [….]

Our Favorite TV Serials Based on Comics

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God bless Joss Whedon. While we won’t say that his Avengers film single-handedly made comics as films/tv shows popular again, we can say that perhaps it certainly helped. There have many variations of comics on the big and small screen, but not all have been wonderful. One glimpse at the campiness of 60’s television is [….]

Joss Whedon’s One Regret About ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

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From The Huffington Post: For Joss Whedon, to write and read comes by nature. On a two-week break from completing “Marvel’s The Avengers” in 2011, Whedon summoned a bunch of his famous friends to his California home to shoot an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing.” The film, which premiered at the Toronto [….]

Finally, It’s Here! Trailer: Joss Whedon’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

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From The Huffington Post: How did Joss Whedon celebrate the end of shooting on “Marvel’s The Avengers”? By getting a bunch of friends together at his house and adapting the William Shakespeare play “Much Ado About Nothing.” Shot in October of 2011 over the course of 12 days, Whedon’s “Much Ado About Nothing” brings together [….]

LitStaff Pick: Fandoms and General Geekiness

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In celebration of ComicCon 2012, this week’s LitStaff Pick is all about fandoms and the general, beloved geekiness that word implies. This post covers all our thoughts, open letters to the characters we love, books we think would make great comics and simple posts on why we love the universes and fandoms we love. I [….]