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Serenity: Better Days Picking Up Where Firefly Left Off

Joss Whedon’s TV show Firefly was a youth cut down in its prime.  Many Whedon fans never gave the show a honest try and the general television watching populace might have been put off by it’s quarky complexity.  Like the characters that populated it, the show was sexy, violent, brave, honest, dangerous, adventurous, brilliant, crazy, […]

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The Adventures of Alibi Jones, Sci-fi Sleeper

Sci-fi is a tough genre to properly launch into; there is a lot of historical success, classics that have forged amazing and intense expectations:  2001, Star Wars, Blade Runner, Firefly and I could of course go on for as long as space continues.  Science fiction as a genre can easily fall dependent to high concepts, […]

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Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse: Epitaphs – Where We Left Off

It’s all my fault that Dollhouse got poor ratings and taken off the air.  OK, not really.  Some of it’s your fault too – you should have watched it longer and let it grow into what it was going to become.  But we can’t take all the blame – the show had some problems.  One of […]

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