By Jeff Labrecque
Updated May 09, 2012 at 02:04 PM EDT
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Credit: Casey Rodgers/AP

The Avengers director Joss Whedon took to official fansite Whedonesque today to thank his loyal fans just days after his comic-book epic smashed box-office records. “People have told me that this matters, that my life is about to change. I am sure that is true,” Whedon wrote. “What doesn’t change is that I’ve had the smartest, most loyal, most passionate, most articulate group of — I’m not even gonna say fans. I’m going with ‘peeps’ — that any cult oddity such as my bad self could have dreamt of. When almost no one was watching, when people probably should have STOPPED watching, I’ve had three constants: my family and friends, my collaborators (often the same), and y’all.”

“So this is me, saying thank you,” he continued. “All of you. You’ve taken as much guff for loving my work as I have for over-writing it, and you deserve, in this our time of streaming into the main, to crow. To glow. To crow and go ‘I told you so,’ to those Joe Blows not in the know. (LAST time I hire Dr. Seuss to punch my posts up. Yeesh!) Point being, you deserve some honor, AND you deserves some FAQs answered.”

There’s much, much more, including those promised FAQs answered — get excited Dr. Horrible fans — in a mock Q&A with reporter/flunky, Rutherford D. Actualperson. Click below or jump to Whedonesque for the entire heartfelt essay.

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