It's been ten years since Firefly debuted on our screens, meaning that it's been nine years since we've been angry at Fox for robbing us of our chance to see Mal, Wash et al being Han Solo-esque rogues on our screens on a regular basis. At this year's San Diego
Just a few short weeks after the release of My New Warriors Mixtape, nerdcore rapper Adam WarRock has announced another collection of new songs based on one of the geek community's most beloved institutions: Firefly, the short-lived sci-fi western television series (and spin-off feature film) created by Joss Whedon. Titled The Browncoats Mixtape, the record is produced by kHill of The ThoughtCriminals using only samples from the Firefly and Serenity scores and features cove
Gaming: Warner Bros. has registered domain names for BatmanImpostors.com, BatmanRedHoods.com and BatmanHushGame.com for an unspecified, but possibly videogame-related purpose (It has nothing to do with Sunsoft's 1989 Batman movie game for the NES). Hmmmm...
The following review contains SPOILERS for the television series "Firefly" and the film "Serenity," so in case you've desperately been avoiding finding out about the events of those works but still decided to read a review of a comic book sequel, consider yourself duly warned.
It's funny, the connections a Fraggle can trigger. Just last night as I sat down catch up on some sci-fi drama "Fringe" style, a few pieces of info from some of my favorite ComicsAlliance posts collided, resulting in an epiphany of sorts: Wash of "Firefly" and "Serenity" looks just like Wembley Fraggle
Like many fans of Joss Whedon's "Firefly," artist Mike Russell was impatient for more stories from the fan-favorite universe, and after a conversation with fellow cartoonist Bill Mudron, Russell decided to launch "Serenity Tales," a site collecting fan-made we
Despite having one of the shortest runs of any television series on Joss Whedon's resume, the sci-fi western "Firefly" and its cinematic sequel "Serenity," remain one of the creator's most celebrated works
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