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Dark Horse ComicsFeaturedReviewSerenity

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!

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Dark Horse ComicsFeaturedReviewSerenity

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

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Dark Horse ComicsFeaturedJoss WhedonReviewSerenity

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.

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Dark Horse ComicsFeaturedReviewSerenity

Browncoats rejoice! Captain Mal Reynolds and the crew of the Serenity are back in this brand new comic series from Dark Horse.

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comic conventionDark Horse ComicsNew York Comic ConPress ReleaseSolicitations

Press Release Dark Horse Comics confirmed at New York Comic Con plans to continue the cult classic story line directly following the film. With executive producer Joss Whedon behind the helm, the comic series is sure to have fans clamoring to check it out.

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Dark Horse ComicsPress ReleaseTerminator

Press Release In 2029, Kyle Reese will be sent to 1984 to stop a T-800 from killing the mother of the resistance, Sarah Conner.  But before his future son will send him back in time, Kyle Reese was simply another survivor in a desolate future. In a brand-new series, Zack Whedon (Dr. Horrible, Deadwood, Fringe, Rubicon) brings his sharp writing skills to one of the most celebrated sci-fi properties in history to tell the story of a man struggling to live in a world with little food, water, or hope.

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Dark Horse ComicsDoctor HorribleFeaturedReview

From the moment Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog hit the intardwebz, fans of musical comedies, with a superhero hook have been in seventh heaven. While there have been a couple of attempts to tell a Dr. Horrible origin story, the official take on the villain’s past can only be found in the pages of Dr. Horrible #1 from Dark Horse Comics.

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