On the Saturday before Halloween, fans of Dr. Horrible turned out to the 5th Annual Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog and The Guild Charity Screening, presented by Whedonopolis, a project of Fandom Charities Inc. This year’s event took place at the Barnsdall Art Park in Hollywood, CA and featured many special guests that included… Read more about Attendees And Guests Of The 2012 Dr. Horrible Screening Donate To Best Friends Animal Society! …
With their extremely successful sitcom Husbands, creators Jane Espenson and Brad Bell have exceeded expectations, earned rave reviews and praise from critics and fans, and pushed the classic premise of the newlywed sitcom into the modern American world where marriage equality is an ever-present issue (check out FBC’s interview Espenson and Bell here). Having mastered its online sitcom format, Husbands made the jump this week (with Espenson and Bell) into the sequential art universe in the form of a digital release from Dark Horse Comics, and, honestly, from where this Comic Book Slayer is sitting, Husbands: Drawn In #1 scores a near-perfect landing!
If you’re lucky enough to have tickets for the San Diego International Comic Con this week, don’t miss the Espenson: An Anagram for Openness panel on Sunday at noon in room 7AB. Cheeks and Sean Hemeon will be there with Jane Espenson to talk about Husbands and share a sneak preview of Season 2 with the audience!
We’re down to the wire, folks. As I type there’s 27 hours to go to join in and join in you should.
The money raised by this project will go toward production of new episodes of the hit web series Husbands. The series comes from writers Brad Bell and Jane Espenson, who has previously written for series including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Battlestar Galactica, Game of Thrones and Once Upon a Time.
Writer Jane Espenson and actor Brad Bell (aka “Cheeks”) talk about their new web series, Husbands with Fanboy Comics President, Bryant Dillon.
Whedonopolis talks to Jane Espenson and Brad “Cheeks” Bell about Husbands and more.
Drama, comedy, sci-fi, horror, comics…Jane Espenson has done it all.