The crew of Malcolm Reynolds’ elderly ship returns for more adventures, but will The Alliance finally catch up to our band of criminals and malcontents? Your Major Spoilers review of Serenity: No Power In The ‘Verse #1 awaits!
Local Comic Shop Day is coming our way on November 19th. It’s a chance to celebrate the local comic shop you love, and score a few exclusives. Dark Horse Comics has unveiled its offering, and both Firefly and Francesco Francavilla fans will love it.
Hall H was packed with people to see the first trailer for the debut of the trailer for the upcoming webseries, Con Man. Part of the appeal is that the series is packed with pop culture, and online celebrities, in a humorous take on convention life.
I’m always looking for inspiration – especially on days when I’m totally bored with everything and can’t get motivated. If you are a Firefly fan, and you have a lot of duct tape lying around, you may find inspiration in duct tape modeling.
The crew of Serenity made a difficult strike against the forces of The Alliance, but that doesn’t mean that the threat is over. With one of their own missing, and terrible new revelations from River Tam, Mal and his makeshift family may have bitten off more than they can chew… Your Major Spoilers review of Serenity: Leaves On The Wind #4 awaits!
The crew of Serenity are back in an all new comic book series. In the vein of other “Whedon-verse” properties such as Buffy and Angel, the television show Firefly finds new life at Dark Horse Comics. Taking place after their movie Serenity, Malcolm Reynolds and his crew are on the run from the Alliance. With some key members of his crew gone, Mal struggles to keep his ship flying and his crew fed, finding refuge wherever they can. Along their journey they will encounter friends and foes, both old and new, while doing everything they can to survive in the
After getting Zoe safely to a medical center Simon, Mal and the rest of Serenity’s crew, including her infant daughter Emma, are forced to flee an influx of Alliance troops. The reemergence of Jayne along with Bea and her “New Resistance” complicates things and leaves Mal blind to the fact that they’ve picked up another unwanted passenger.
Who here isn’t a fan of the Firefly series? Who wouldn’t want to have a chance to enjoy that universe just a little bit more? Well, Fox Digital Entertainment, Sparkplug Games and Quantum Mechanix Interactive put out a teaser trailer at SDCC last night you just may want to watch. Take the jump and see.
Joss Whedon, Tim Minear and the primary cast of Firefly are going to have a special 10 year anniversary panel at Comicon this year. Firefly is the premier panel for the three the Science Channel is planning for the July 12-15th weekend. Maybe we can get some interesting news about the future of the series.
Or – “Of Course, The Shield Came First…” Continuing our Major Spoilers Star-Spangled Weekend™, and so far we’re running an average of 3 stars for the items reviewed from the big, dumb month of June 2010. Another batch of comics (featuring the first star-spangled hero, as well as several former heads of state) is on the chopping block… Will our average go waaay up, or waay DOWN?
Or – “Zoe Washburn…Â Will You Marry Me?” Everybody wants to think that they’re cool, that they’re unique, that their contribution to the world is distinctive and unmistakable, that they are a beautiful snowflake.Â It’s only at certain times that we realize that every single person in the world turns into a walking cliche on occasion.Â For me,Â every timeÂ I encounter a smart, hot, @$$-kicking woman (especially one with dark eyes) I turn into the Comic Book Guy from the Simpsons, trying to put Lucy Lawless in Mylar between Tom Baker and the Yellow Submarine.Â So, you can say what you