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Game Based On Tiger Eye By Marjorie M. Liu

Tiger Eye by Marjorie M. Liu Book Cover

Tiger Eye Crosses Over To PC

Paranormal romance has gained a solid foothold in the world of books and TV. I know a few people who are fans of the stuff and chances are you know someone like that yourself. That’s why I decided to share with you a few tidbits from a press release I received.

New gaming company, PassionFruit Games, launches with first of its kind romance casual game based on bestselling author Marjorie M. Liu’s Tiger Eye novel.”

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Whedon Invasion

jeremy7Sadly, there was no episode of Dollhouse on Friday, since they ran two eps of Prison Break. But it will be back this week on Friday and I can be patient.

In the meantime, I was thinking about how Whedonness has taken over the airwaves. This doesn’t just relate to shows that involve Joss Whedon, but for years now, whenever anyone Continue reading

Targeting the Dollhouse


Watch Dollhouse: Dollhouse – The Target

Dollhouse is not Buffy. It’s not Buffy, it’s not Angel, it’s not Firefly. It’s definitely not Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog. It’s just not.

My point is this, Dollhouse is its very own self. I enjoyed the second episode, “The Target” even more than I did the first episode. From what I’ve heard about the next several episodes, the show is going to get even better. Honestly, what show doesn’t get better as it goes along, as the characters grow and change and learn to relate to themselves and each other better. That’s what makes us fall in love with a show, makes us look forward to watching each and every week, makes us fans.

Personally, as I’m watching, even from the very beginning, as I watch the beginning credits roll, I get a warm and fuzzy Continue reading

Novels and the Buffyverse

Since I’m such a fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel and all other stuff Joss Whedon, I often read the novels that others write based on the characters from those shows. I read the graphic novels as well, but this isn’t about those, which are generally written by Joss himself.

The novels I’m talking about are written by other authors who will remain nameless, only cause I can’t remember their names. That’s not exactly true, I remember some of their names, but I’m not sharing. That’s mostly cause I’m gonna say some not nice stuff and I don’t want to actually direct it towards any innocent people. If you really want to know who they are, go look them up.
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Joss Whedon Plays Favorites

I recently watched through all seven seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, again, and I wrote a little bit about it in my watchingcw.com blog, which you can go read, if you’re interested. I occasionally blog about Buffy-related stuff in my CW blog, cause Buffy was on the WB and UPN, which eventually merged (although, after BtVSwas off the air) into the CW. I know it’s a stretch, but I have to write about something over there, don’t I?

In any case, one of the extras on the last Season 7 DVD is Joss Whedon’s top ten favorite Buffy eps. It got me to thinking, cause I never can decide which are my absolute faves. It’s so hard to narrow it down. But if Joss can do it, I should be able to, right?

Anyway, here’s Joss’s list:

10. Prophecy Girl – S1, E12
9. Conversations with Dead People – S7, E7
8. Restless – S4, E22
7. Becoming, Part 2 – S2, E22
6. The Wish – S3, E9
5. Dopplegangland – S3, E16
4. The Body – S5, E16
3. Hush – S4, E10
2. Once More With Feeling – S6, E7
1. Innocence – S2, E 14

I was a little surprised by some of his choices, but others were more obvious. I’m almost certain that “Once More With Feeling” would end up at number 2 on my list, as well. I’ll give it some thought, and get back to you about my faves.

Whedon’s Horrible Doctor

Look what I just found!  Here’s a link to the official site for Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog.  What, you might ask, is that?  Well, I’m not exactly positive.  I know this much, Joss Whedon and his brothers, Jed and Zack are involved, as is Nathan Fillion (Mal Reynolds on Firefly, and Caleb on Buffy), Neil Patrick Harris and Felicia Day (Vi on Buffy).  All three actors and the writers are participating in a panel at Comic-Con in San Diego.  

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