Love Dr. Horrible? Check out Felicia Day's Avatar

Something to brighten a Monday: Do You Wanna Date My Avatar, a new MMORPG-themed song and video from Guild creator/actress Felicia Day, directed by Jed Whedon. You can view it after the jump.

The zippy video comes from many of the artistic minds behind Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog (check out the credits below).

Directed by: Jed Whedon
Music by: Jed Whedon
Lyrics by: Felicia Day
Rap: Jeff Lewis and Sandeep Parikh
Backup vocals: Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon
Director of photography: Omer Ganai
Choreography: Chantal Robeson
Edited by: Jeff Yorkes

[Update: Jed's brother, Joss Whedon, chimed in on Day's video on Whedoneseque.com:

Okay, usually I stay above such matters. But this video must be number one!!! Who is this Taylor Swift? Some evil robot, PROBABLY. (Although an evil robot vid would also potentially be cool.) (But fine! She can be number two!) The point is, I love this video to distraction (and inevitable procrastination). It has Felicia -- and money! Felicia LYING IN money! Combo-ed! Plus Vork, turkey legs, and the Solid Guild dancers! I care!

And I'm hobbled here, peeps. I don't twitter (I occasionally Glitter and Be Gay, but that's it), can't digg, or favorite, or friend... In fact I don't understand why my typewriter has a TV on it. I'M NOT SAVVY. But I really want this to be big. It's indie (which is the most important part), it's awesome, and it's made by people that I friended in the old-fashioned way of being friends with them. (Okay, technically, I brothered Jed before I friended him, but he's still super-talented.) So help me out. Let's go the extra mile here and DESTROY THE SWIFTBOT! Then I can get back to the business of making Dollhouse stranger.

Digg deep, people.

Smoochez! -joss.]

[Update 2: As of Monday afternoon, Day reports that the video is number one on iTunes.]

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