Joss Whedon on Comic Books, Abusing Language and the Joys of Genre

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Joss Whedon on Comic Books, Abusing Language and the Joys of Genre

In this interview with Wired, Whedon talks extensively about the comic books he wrote, his pop culture influences and what went wrong with Dollhouse. Plus there’s a feminist take on Die Hard that you won’t want to miss.

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