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July 15 2008

Wax on, wax off? Wired's Underwire blog posts an email interview with Joss about Dr. Horrible.

Too . . . much . . . funny . . .

To conjure with: "Micromogul."
Hee. Joss loves all mediums.

(I don't usually remark upon Nathan's beauty, seeing as there are so many others ready to head there first off - but that is a truly sweet shot of our handsome Mr. Fillion - it is indeed.)
We shall identify the pirates by their pleasant, citrusy breath.
Micromogals? I like it!


Joss could you please start a micromogals factory and churn out awesomeness at shiny prices?


I can almost picture it, like something off the Discovery Channel or National Geographic, thousands of tiny micromogals surgically dismantling the big studios like a thousand tiny fire ants in the amazon rain forest devouring a jaguar. A big fat poorly written jaguar! No, I don't like it.... I LOVE IT!

Bust out a Sony HVR-Z7U, a copy of Final Cut, and a Maxtor Tera byte drive and change the industry forever! *Insert Horrible Laugher*

[ edited by Cordrone on 2008-07-15 00:38 ]
How can one person be so unremittingly funny? And not in a stupid way, but in the very opposite of a stupid way? How? How?

"Micromogul." Hah!

Did anyone read the associated link with Wired's take on the Captain Hammer webcomic? It's all "we thought from the Dr. Horrible teaser that Horrible would be just a campy romp but the webcomic hints at a dark, Orwellian layer." Harrumph. Don't people know by now that nothing Joss does is without layers, whether Orwellian or other? But the Orwellian thing is interesting, indeed. We shall see. We shall see.
Why you want show me sand floor, grasshopper, in this connection?
(I don't usually remark upon Nathan's beauty, seeing as there are so many others ready to head there first off - but that is a truly sweet shot of our handsome Mr. Fillion - it is indeed.)

It's the smirk.
Has the newer LA Times blog entry been posted? New quotes, possibly. And are these new photos? There are two of Dr. Horrible that are nothing less than fantastic.

I didn't want to create yet another thread with new bits of information.
And are these new photos?

Holy gwpaapa. Dr. Horrible has an Edith Anne chair. (Well, I guess she had a rocking chair, but we had a chair just like his, maybe even bigger, in the entrance to Taft Furniture Warehouse growing up, and to me it was always the Edith Anne chair.)

[ edited by theonetruebix on 2008-07-15 01:55 ]
Er, the furniture store on Central Ave?

"Holy gwpaapa". I'm stealing that.

[ edited by NYPinTA on 2008-07-15 01:58 ]
He's so adorably tiny with an attitude in it! And I believe he may be setting a supervillain fashion precedent wearing those tall white boots with the lab coat. Is that Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows on his bookshelf?
You know, I think it is.
I assume the one on Central Avenue, yes. It was a long time ago and I was little.
Did the very large chair photo get hidden? The direct link works but it's not in the slideshow anymore.
Scurvy's never sounded funnier!

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