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- ISBN: 9781613741047
- ISBN: 1613741049
- Physical Description: viii, 440 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : Chicago Review Press Incorporated, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Introduction -- A family of storytellers -- "Being British" in the lad of Shakespeare (and Giles) -- Crash course in television -- The blonde in the alley fights back -- The world upends -- To infinity and beyond: Toy Story and Alien: Resurrection -- Buffy: resurrection -- Buffy premieres -- The bronze -- The Buffy way -- Front-page news -- Growing up: Angel -- A new challenge: silence -- Shakespeare fanboy -- Buffy goes back to high school -- Once more, with feeling -- We aim to misbehave: Firefly -- Curse your sudden but inevitable cancellation -- End of (Buffy's) days -- An astonishing return to his roots -- Not fade away -- Grant me the Serenity -- Election 2004 -- I wrote my thesis on you -- Serenity lands -- Strong female characters -- A new way of storytelling -- WGA writers' strike -- Doctor Horrible, I presume -- Dollhouse -- The Cabin in the Woods -- Fanboy dreams come true: The Avengers -- Buffy lives, again? -- Avengers assemble -- Something personal: Much Ado About Nothing -- The year of Joss Whedon -- The year of Joss Whedon, again (really).
|Summary, etc.:|| "Follows [Whedon's] development from a creative child and teenager who spent years away from his family at an elite English public school, through his early successes--which often turned into frustrating heartbreak in both television (Roseanne) and film (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)--to his breakout turn as the creator, writer, and director of the Buffy television series [to his work on the blockbuster The Avengers and home-shot Much ado about nothing]"--Amazon.com.
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