"Focused on the philosophical musings evoked by Whedon and company's rich televisual, filmic, web, and comic book texts, the collection proves simultaneously accessible and substantive, while also confirming and extending a substantial body of work by the community of Whedon scholars. Most commendably, the authors' manage to teach readers-students, professors, and fans-just as much about Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Sartre, and Nietzsche as about Malcolm Reynolds, the spaceship Serenity, Cordelia Chase, Billy/Dr. Horrible, and Caroline Farrell/Echo.Tanya R. Cochran, coeditor of Investigating Firefly and Serenity: Science Fiction on the Frontier"
" The Philosophy of Joss Whedon is a necessity for any Whedonite's nerdy library." Examiner.com"
"Whedon has also been a hot topic in the movie world lately, having written The Cabin in the Woods... as well as Marvel Comics' much-anticipated The Avengers, which he also directed." On Milwaukee"