If the name Shawna Trpcic sounds familiar, it's because she's been responsible for much of the character and costume design for a guy you've definitely heard of—Joss Whedon. Trpcic has posted a bunch of original concept art for Firefly, Cabin in the Woods, Angel, and lots more—and we've got a sampling for you to check out.
It's been a great year for Joss Whedon fans—we got The Avengers, The Cabin in the Woods, a Firefly reunion special and a number of promised future projects. So it's no surprise many fans have Whedon on the brain this holiday season.
Like so many of Joss Whedons creations, Buffy the Vampire Slayer has this incredible ability to bring out the most creative side of its fans. Take, for example, these brilliant limericks that find a fast and funny way of recapping every episode of the show's seven-year run.
Star Trek: Nemesis may have sadly ended up being a commercial flop, but it at least sort of jumpstarted a young Tom Hardy's (Bane in The Dark Knight Rises) career when he played the villainous Shinzon, Captain Jean-Luc Picard's (Sir Patrick Stewart) clone. But did you know there was a Buffy actor who also auditioned for the role?
Long before vampires were sparkly lover boys ala Twilight, the blood-sucking undead were classic horror baddies—and do-gooders have been killing them on the big and small screen for decades.
The final day's festivities have finally been announced, and it seems like Comic-Con 2012 organizers saved a few of the best for last with the Day 4 slate.
Back before vampires were sparkly, sexy love interests, the living dead were one of the most iconic villians in history. And what does every baddie need? A slayer to take them down. This massive infographic breaks down 10 slayers' tools of choice, weaknesses, and most importantly—how quickly they could take out that famed Twilight vamp.
There's been so much Avengers this and Cabin in the Woods that lately that it's easy to forget how many other potential projects Joss Whedon is still juggling. There's that cool web series he wants to do with Warren Ellis, the inevitable return of Dr. Horrible , and then there's that long-dormant Buffy spinoff starring everyone's favorite badass librarian.
As much as we love TV shows like Once Upon a Time, Fringe and The Walking Dead and the stories they're telling, there are some characters that we simply can't get enough of—so here are some pie-in-the-sky projects we'd kill to see happen.
No one was really thrilled when Fox announced they were going to reboot Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer as a feature film without Joss Whedon's participation—no one save the screenwriter who landed the gig. Now we can all breathe a sigh of relief, as this NuBuffy seems destined for the Development Hellmouth.