David Boreanaz (Angel) and Nathan Fillion (Caleb and Captain Mal in “Firefly”) were among TV Guide’s top actors of 2012, as voted by users.
An academic conference on Joss Whedon’s works will be held in North Carolina in June.
Buffyfest held its annual Whedonverse Holiday Ornament Swap.
Buffy was named as one of i09′s most-epic action heroes.
Volume 9.2 of the “Buffy” academic journal Slayage is out.
Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia) talks about the new season of “The Lying Game”
Spike is cited as a good example of masculinity in today’s culture.
Buffy writer Jane Espenson tells why Joss Whedon is the “hero of the year.”
Entertainment Weekly names Joss Whedon as “Winner of the Decade.”
The AV Club names the ten best “Buffy” episodes that best represent the series.
Eliza Dushku (Faith) will co-star in a new version of “The Saint.”
A blog at ThinkProgress examines the moral complexity in “Buffy.”
Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy) gave birth to her second child.
Danny Strong (Jonathan) won an Emmy Award for his writing for the HBO program “Game Change.”
Anthony Stewart Head (Giles) tweets about a radio comedy he will be doing.
Photos from Alyson Hannigan (Willow) walking her three-year-old daughter to school in Los Angeles.
Ken Lerner (Principal Flutie) will guest-star on”The Big Bang Theory” (spoilers).
What do you want to see in Joss Whedon’s new show SHIELD?
MTV interviews Nathan Fillion (Caleb and Captain Mal on “Firefly”) and Tom Lenk (Andrew).
A report on a new study on how watching television shows like “Buffy” affect male attitudes towards violence against women.
A blog post on the top ten “other” Buffy episodes rather than those most-often cited.
Emma Caulfield (Anya) will guest star on “Royal Pains.”
Variety interviews Joss Whedon and several other Whedonverse characters.
Video from the BuffyFest panel at the Chicago Comic-Con.
Sci-Fi Now’s list of the top-ten “Buffy” episodes.
An essay on the “spiritual atheism” of “Buffy,” “Angel,” and other television shows.
Clare Kramer’s (Glory) discussion on Reddit.
A BAMF girls spoof showing what would happen if Michonne, Hermione, Katniss, Lisbeth, Buffy, and Bella would live together in a reality TV show.
Bitch Flicks had a “Buffy”-themed week.
Sunnydale makes an appearance as one of the best fictional TV settings.
Capsule Computers interviews Mercedes McNab (Harmony).
Clare Kramer (Glory) interviews Amber Benson (Tara).
Comic Book Resources talks with Rebekah Isaacs (the artist of the Angel & Faith comics series)
Scott Allie talks about the expanding Buffyverse in the various comics and the upcoming Spike/Willow miniseries.
Professor Tanya R. Cochran published “Past the brink of tacit support”: Fan activism and the Whedonverses.
Like Mark, a blogger named Rose is watching and discussing “Buffy” episode by episode.
SDCC Panel: Once More, With Comics: How the Whedon Universes Continue in Comic Book Form (with Amber Benson, Jane Espenson, Scott Allie, Clare Kramer, and Tom Lenk)
Joss Whedon gets his own action figure.
A “nerdy” Arizona couple has a wedding featuring many Joss Whedon themes.
Academics study “Buffy” more than any other TV show.
Eliza Dushku is raising money to fund her documentary about Albania.
James Marsters will be live in concert to celebrate his fiftieth birthday.
Cracked argues that Buffy does not actually want a “normal life.”
Mercedes McNab (Harmony) gets married.
Time magazine asks, “Are Superheroes Too Big For Television?”
“Joss Whedon: The Complete Companion: The TV Series, the Movies, the Comic Books and More” is available for pre-order and will be out on May 1.
Joss Whedon describes a battle between Buffy and The Black Widow. Who would win?
Joss Whedon discusses his creative setbacks.
Eliza Dushku (Faith) and Emma Caulfield (Anya) will guest-star on Leap Year.
Felicia Day (potential slayer Vi) will guest-star on “Supernatural.”
An essay on the “The Lost, Forgotten & Undersung Projects Of Joss Whedon.”
“Buffy” tops a list of shows that get reinvented in the final season.
You can bid to have dinner with Joss Whedon in a charity auction that benefits Equality Now.
Joss Whedon addresses which “Buffy” character was the toughest to “kill off…”
Juliet Landau (Drusilla) will guest star on an episode of “Criminal Minds.”
Anthony Stewart Head (Giles) will present the Top 20 “Buffy” episodes on British TV and offer his personal reflections of each one.
“There’s My Boy…” is an essay about Angel and Darla.
Buffy Season 9 No. 6 has been released.
Whedonesque is temporarily accepting new-user registrations.
Harry Groener (The Mayor) was on a recent episode of “Supernatural.”
Pictures of James Marsters (Spike) on the set of “Metal Hurlant Chronicles” are here.
Mad TV satirizes “Buffy,” “Twilight,” Al Gore, and a lot more in this hilarious video! Does Buffy stake Edward in the end?
Here is a trailer for “Reverse Parthenogenesis” starring Amber Benson (Tara) and Adam Busch (Warren).
An interesting essay about the death of Buffy.
The “Buffyverse Catalog” is now available at Amazon.com.
The inside story (reportedly) of what happened to the Buffy and Firefly MMO developer.
An interview and nice photo of Eliza Dushku (Faith) about her present and future plans.
We found this essay by a psychologist on how “Buffy” can be used in adolescent therapy.
The 2012 convention and appearance schedule for Nicholas Brendon (Xander) is here.
A new Buffyverse book, “The Philosophy of Joss Whedon,” has been released.
A photo of Alyson Hannigan (Willow), Alexis Denisof (Wesley), and Nathan Fillion (Caleb) at this month’s Peoples’ Choice Awards.
The script for the new “Buffy” movie by Whit Anderson has been rejected, and the company is looking for a new writer.
Danny Strong (Jonathan) has written a new movie (based on U. S. politics). The trailer is here.
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