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Firefly Returns in 2008 – December 10, 2007

Posted by showmescifi in scifi.
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No, the dumb a$$es that run the studios and the TV networks haven’t come to their senses.

The geniuses at Dark Horse comic on the other hand have…

There’s plenty of reason for the Browncoats to look forward to 2008. Dark Horse has a whole lot of Serenity coming down the pipeline! First and foremost is the new Serenity comics series that is due out in March. This three-issue series, Serenity: Better Days, is a step back in time to the early years of the Firefly crew, and the fledgling gang’s turbulent attempts to cope with success after they pull off their first successful heist. It features the same creative team as Those Left Behind, with the story by Joss Whedon and Brett Matthews, art by Will Conrad, and Adam Hughes providing all three covers this time.

Those Left Behind was a great comic series and a must read prequel for the Serenity movie.

Considering the Joss Whedon himself is on this..how could this fail? Especially as a comic? That said…why just a mini-series and not a full series?? Surely there are enough browncoat loving Firefly fans to support a monthly book right!?


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1. expandeduniverse - December 10, 2007

That’s good news, but NEVER use a title like that again.

2. showmescifi - December 10, 2007

Got your attention did we???

Hey Firefly is coming back…not a TV show or a movie..but it’s Joss Whedon ..not some ghost writer.

Is a comic book series as good as TV or a movie?? Hey Star Wars Legacy is as good as any Star Wars tale on screen or off….let’s hope this Firefly tale is the same caliber.

3. Juan Pablo - December 11, 2007

LoL.. TV is becoming like music… evething is coming back.. just like the spice girls… 🙂 …hoping in a buffy verse series! or movie!!! 😀

4. Jake - January 1, 2008

I’d far far prefer a great, tidy mini-series to an open ended series that starts decent and trails off when they run out of ideas. Of course, I’m the guy who believes TV shows should only be allowed three seasons max unless they get massive critical acclaim, for which they’re granted the *option* to go to no more than 5 seasons.


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