If like me, you are a fan of all things Joss Whedon, you have to check out his latest effort,
Dr. Horrible's Sing-a-Long Blog
As with all things Joss, it
a) is unbelievably witty and funny
b) is really freaking hard to describe,
c) Has a terrible, terrible name. Joss is the master of all things except for naming his endeavors.
If you want to know the reasons behind it, you can read about it here:
To give you an idea of Joss's writing style, here's an excerpt from his "master plan" letter:
At last the time has come to reveal to you our Master Plan. BEWARE! Those with weak hearts should log off lest they be terrified by the twisted genius of our schemes! Also pregnant women and the elderly should consider reading only certain sentences. Do not mix with other blogs. Do not operate heavy machinery while reading this blog. You must be this tall to read. ‘Kay?
Damn, but I wish Joss wrote more.
P.S. For those doubting my take on his ability to name things, let's look at his track record:
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" - a name that kept uncounted hordes of people away from the series (including me for many years)
"Angel" - which had nothing to do with angels, and was not related in any way to "Touched by an Angel"
"Firefly" - which was neither an Animal Planet special, nor a hippie folk-music group
"Serenity" - which had nothing to do with being serene, but was actually an action/sci-fi movie.
"Dollhouse" - which is not the latest version of "America's Next Top Model"
All of these show names make sense AFTER you watch the shows... But names are supposed to draw people in, and I'm thinking these don't work so much for that.
Well, time for me to get back to working on music. Later!
Don't argue with Damore
3 hours ago