July 07 2016
Call for papers: "War in the Whedonverses". It's subtitled "Essays on Warfare and Military Studies in the Works of Joss Whedon" and abstracts have to be in by September 30th. McFarland, who are publishing that book, have announced a new book series on the Whedonverses and are looking for proposals. Details of that can be found here.
July 05 2016
Ranking the Whedonverse's most soul crushing moments. That good feeling you got from celebrating the 4th of July? Let this list kindly rip it away from you. And in the spirit of cheeriness, Bloody Disgusting has a "10 Buffy Moments Guaranteed to Make You Cry" list.
May 09 2014
Whedonverse donations needed for silent auction for Slayage Conference. The silent auction, organised by the Whedon Studies Association, will fund travel scholarships to help students attend the conference to present their work.
April 02 2014
Thirty Whedonverse WTF moments. There's some good choices in this Total Film list.
June 05 2013
Life inside the Whedonverse. Find out what it's like to be part of Joss' world. It's a really good feature.
February 11 2012
Whedonverse veterans confirmed for Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo. Adam Baldwin and James Marsters announced as media guests at the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo in April. More...
November 09 2011
Cheezburger Network launches FandomBase, with plenty of Whedonverse goodness. The good folks who brought you lolCatz and Failblog have launched a new site devoted to expressions of fandom, and the Whedonverse is heavily featured, such as here, here, and here.
July 28 2011
Felicia Day answers fan questions on Ustream. To celebrate the 5th season of The Guild, Felicia Day took to ustream to chat with her fans. Many topics are mentioned (Dr. Horrible 2, briefly). It's a laugh riot. More...
April 23 2010
(SPOILER) Summer Glau: The undying devotion of Whedonverse fans is remarkable. The NY Post's Popwrap talks in depth to Summer Glau about her role in the upcoming Deadly Honeymoon (including significant spoilers) as well as the supportive nature of the whedonverse fandom. More...
August 14 2009
If We Ran Entertainment Weekly... we would totally run this fake EW Whedonverse cover every single week. Check out The TV Addict's preference over the endless Twilight covers we've been getting. More...
June 28 2007
Buffy S8 as an Example of Transmedia Storytelling. Another Gender and Fan Studies post at Henry Jenkins blog discussing (among other issues) how standalone stories differ in structure from those designed for "transmedia expansion." More...
December 17 2006
The results of the Whedonverse fandom survey. Remember the survey from last month? Well the results are in and there's some interesting findings. More...
October 11 2006
Whedonverse Multimedia Project Farewell Fundraiser. "We have accomplished a great deal in the time we've worked together to bring Buffy, Angel, Firefly and Serenity to public libraries, but alas its time to say farewell. Let's go out with a bang!" The site itself will be closing in November 2006.
July 31 2006
Analyzing the storytelling techniques used in the Buffyverse. Deep, very deep thoughts over at Tea at The Ford. If you've had your fill of the usual "Buffy was good and it rocked! lol!" critiques, give this a shot. You might want to check out 'The Escherian Idiom of Angel' as well. More...
June 08 2006
Fan films reclaim the Whedonverse. Major feature in Wired Magazine about the current run of Jossverse fan films. Mostly devoted to the Angel parody 'Cherub' but 'Into the Black', 'Mosquito' and 'Forgotten Memories' also get mentioned. 'Cherub' also gets profiled in this Seattle newspaper article as well. More...
March 01 2006
Slayage Conference on the Whedonverses. The draft program for the second Slayage conference is available. More...
January 25 2006
Wear Both Coats. "There's room enough in the Whedonverse for both Firefly/Serenity Flans and Buffy/Angel Fans."
September 07 2005
The Week In Whedon. "A weekly podcast of news highlights of news highlights from the expansive works and related universe of Joss Whedon". This is great stuff, very highly recommended. More...
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