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September 26 2006

Stan Lee Meets Spider-Man Comes Out Tomorrow. Features an original tale by Joss with Michael Gaydos, involving an interdimensional comic con.

Forget Stan Lee meeting Spider-Man, I just met Joss Whedon! I win!
Tell us more.
That means Joss just met... BRIAN LYNCH!!! Holy...
I posted about it on my myspace blog. Check it out, my myspace address is http://www.myspace.com/brianisfairlyawesome

The address name is a joke, I swear. I know I'm not fairly awesome.
How awesome are you, then? /crickets
Brian: We grew up in the same town in NJ. I have a feeling we've met sometime in the past. Maybe I babysat you??? j/k
I completely forget that was out this week. Thanks very much for the heads up. The thought of me getting my hands on Ultimates #12 has completely taken over my comic book brain. Nothing else got a look in.
Coool. Man, Joss Whedon almost never walks past me sitting outside cafes. Plus, if he did i'd have to back away to at least 100 feet from him, appeal pending.

Spike: Asylum, Great and Secret Show, Batman, Eternals, Stan Lee Meets... Two Jossy weeks in a row. Man squee.

Not a bad week for those pamphlet thingies. There may even be an issue of 52 out, I lost track of the schedule.
No problem, although, apparently the bigger story is brian lynch meeting joss. I don't see how, can joss climb walls? can joss shoot webbing out of his wrists? does joss have a character who parodies him like peter porker, spider-ham?

I'd also be more impressed if brian met spider-man.
Hmm. If I were the stalker that I am made out to be on WHEDONesque, I would ask you what that favourite eatery is. But, since I'm not really a member of the Highly-Trained Precision Stalker Elite, I, of course, won't ask you that.

How nifty and serendipitous for you both. Wherever that eatery was or was not. In the Los Angeles area. Possibly near my house in WeHo, which I could get to within a half hour, if there was a reason to. Which there isn't, 'cause I'm not a stalker, so don't confuse me with gossi, who is.
, can joss climb walls?

Totally. With his hands.

can joss shoot webbing out of his wrists?

Well, there's a joke there, but in the interests of everybody I won't make it.

does joss have a character who parodies him like peter porker, spider-ham?

Have you heard Joss speak?

Also, I'm no longer Joss stalker. Brian, you are! Tag!
Hmm. If I were the stalker that I am made out to be on WHEDONesque, I would ask you what that favourite eatery is. But, since I'm not really a member of the Highly-Trained Precision Stalker Elite, I, of course, won't ask you that

Oh, please.

Only an amateur stalker would ever actually come out and ask such a thing. The rest of us just have our ways.

Wait, did I just say "us"?

Aaaanyway, looking forward to both Joss-y and Gaydos-y goodness. I pre-ordered. But will have to wait a day longer than you Americans. Curse the Atlantic Ocean!

And Joss may not have a parody like Peter Porker (cuz I can't think of a good Whedon-variant of that name), but Joss Whedon and His Amazing Friends? All the kids totally watch it.
Telltale: "Only an amateur stalker would ever actually come out and ask such a thing."

Exactly.
The parody guy is Joe Sweden, Writer Guy. Duh... ;) BÝrk, bÝrk, bÝrk! Or more accurately - bort, bort, bort!
Ah gossi
Laughing out loud at work again 'cause of you...
Comic Book Resources has an article (http://www.comicbookresources.com/news/newsitem.cgi?id=8476) featuring interviews with all the backup story writers, including JayDub himself.

Joss Whedon says:
"Stan Lee is the father of us all," Joss Whedon told CBR News. Whedon's story features art by Michael Gaydos and appears in "Stan Lee Meets Spider-Man," which is in stores today. "Which is why he's not running that fertility clinic any more - he's lucky he's not in jail. Honestly, he (and a few others, notably the King) created the template from which every one of us works. The Greeks had a wooden horse and a wicked long sea voyage - we have a radioactive spider and a much shorter space voyage (stupid cosmic rays). It's a real pleasure to be able to thank Stan for all we have, and to finally hit him up for those child support payments."

I have ordered my copy of 'Stan Lee Meets Spiderman' and 'Spike: Asylum', as well as a little more of 'Runaways' (which I am really enjoying and I look forward to reading Joss' continuation of the series). I can't believe how many comic books I'm collecting these days!

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