Whedon

  • The Nevers: This much is True – Amalia is the New Black….

    Stripe, a weathered, cynical veteran of war, crawls through a scene of carnage and rubble – she is part of a small force sent to try and locate and free one of the alien race known as the Galanthi, but even reaching the relative safety of an old bunker...
  • The Nevers stand, divided: And thereby hangs a cautionary tale…

    Despite Mundi’s demands of a fair trial and the possibility that it might inflame London further, Lord Mullen and the powers-that-be have already decided to make a public event out of killing the captured Maladie and she is to be hanged in one of the town squares.  Penance sees...
  • The Sinner and the Song: The ‘Nevers’ heats up the ‘Ignition’…

    There are fateful encounters between unexpected parties as True and Prudence talk with Bonfire Annie… and Frank Mundi finds himself once more in the company of Hugo Swann. As various agendas play out behind closed doors, the fate of the ‘Touched’ could go in any number of ways. If...
  • The Nevers: Perils, Pretense and Party Favours…

    Maladie is still on the loose and has the melodic Mary imprisoned, trying to understand her ‘gift’. Amalia True decides that it might be useful to work with the police to find their common enemy and uses the ethereal gift of newcomer Desirée Blodgett to get more answers from detective...
  • Nevers, have I Evers? Whedon makes a case for Corset and Effect…

    It’s 1896… and something is in the air, especially over London. Though people will later argue over what they saw, didn’t see or felt, it seems to be the origin point for a select minority, mostly women, to find that they have suddenly acquired strange new abilities. Three years...
  • V for Victoriana: ‘The Nevers’ trailer arrives ahead of April debut…

    The Nevers had had quite a bit of attention in recent months. The long-anticipated series from Joss Whedon has been in various stages of production and completion since first announced back in 2018 and at the end of last year came the news that Whedon would be stepping away...
  • SDCC: Buffy black from the dead?

    Anyone familiar with pop-culture in modern times would likely be cautiously thrilled by any sentence that includes the words ‘Buffy‘, ‘reboot‘ and ‘Joss Whedon‘. Every so often the idea of continuing the mythology that became Whedon’s signature work, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, gets discussed and the general feeling seems...