Pith & Mash Weekly – Oct. 13-19

Pith & Mash is a weekly recap where the pith of all the Whedonopolis posts during the week are mashed down into one short and sweet post so that you don’t miss a thing.

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Pith & Mash Weekly – Sept. 29-Oct. 5

Pith & Mash is a weekly recap where the pith of all the Whedonopolis posts during the week are mashed down into one short and sweet post so that you don’t miss a thing.

Nathan Fillion goes to see Fellowship! the Musical

Our Captain was spotted very much enjoying the musical parody Fellowship! in Hollywood last night at the Steve Allen Theatre.  He joins fellow “Doctor Horrible” star Neil Patrick Harris on the list of celebrities who have seen the show. Read more about Nathan Fillion goes to see Fellowship! the Musical

Oswalt Kills Ellison (Patton Oswalt & Harlan Ellison)

Coverage By Suzanne Eggebrecht.

Writer Harlan Ellison enjoyed a surprise visit from Patton Oswalt during Ellison’s 2+ hour talk tonight (January 19, 2012) at the Silent Movie Theatre in Hollywood.  Ellison was delivering the second of two talks revolving around his “Glass Teat” Omnibus recently published.  Moderator and fellow writer Josh Olson gave over the moderating duties to Oswalt when… [click through to view video]

SDCC 2011: The Adventures of the Button Lady- Day 2 (Friday)

Feet.  Hurt.  Ow.

 

Shoes are off now.  Swollen feet are propped up, and breathing again.  Ow.

 

Today started off early, as my plan was to be at the Convention Center early (8:00am) for the 10:00am Torchwood panel.  What I didn’t take into account was the fact that people were lining up for the Walking Dead panel, which came after it.  Le sigh.  That’ll teach me.

 

SDCC 2011 The Adventures of the Button Lady- Day 1 (Thursday)

The biggest problem with trying to blog during SDCC is finding the time.  I typed this as I sat amongst Con-Goers on the ground for the much-anticipated Cirque de Soleil show, eyes directed at the outside wall of Petco Park.  It was being shown free to all with eyes in their head, within viewing distance.

 

SDCC 2011: The Adventures of the Button Lady- Preview Night Report

As usual, Comic Con began with a crowd. A crowd of people in San Diego, some excited,
some angry, some impatient, some happy. I still don’t get why people bring babies, I really don’t. I mean I understand being a geek. I understand being a geek and getting
married, getting pregnant and having babies. I don’t understand bringing a baby to Comic
Con. Just the sheer crush of the crowd
would seem to me, to be, well, threatening. Ah well.