Watch Captain Mal and the Serenity crew aim to misbehave in this Firefly 15th anniversary tribute video made by Zoic - the special effects studio that worked on the show back in 2002. ... Read full article
Join us for a quick inside look at the Firefly reunion that happened at the San Diego Comic-Con International 2012. Re-live the magic with behind-the-scenes moments with Summer in the selected photos below! ... Read full article
Here's a sample of designer Tom Trager's graphics, inspired by the Joss Whedon verse : Firefly, Serenity, Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dollhouse and more.
Women of the Whedonverse
Tom Trager gives us a homage to the tough women in the Whedonverse, from Buffy vampire slayers to River Tam and everything inbetween.
Men of the Whedonverse
She Can Kill You With Her Brain
“Woman of the Whedonverse”, “Men of the Whedonverse” and "She Can Kill You With Her Brain" designs are available as tshirt/hoodie/sticker and more at redbubble.
September 20, 2012 marks the 10 year anniversary of Firefly first FOX broadcast. To celebrate this anniversary, here's a compilation of HQ photos of the cast from this period and also from the recent Firefly panel at SDCC 2012. Take a look at the Big Damn Heroes from 10 years ago. Enjoy!
Nathan Fillion at the 29th Annual Saturn Awards honoring Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror genre excellence in TV & Film on May 19, 2003 in Hollywood, CA. Photo by: Tom Lau/Loud & Clear Media/S_bukley
FOX Network TCA party at Sky Bar, Mondrian Hotel, West Holywood, CA on July 22, 2002. Photographer: S_bukley
Laurence Fishburne and Wife Gina Torres -'the Matrix Reloaded' Premiere at the Odeon Leicester Square, London on March 21, 2003. Photo :Dave Benett
Morena Baccarin at the 2003 TCA Summer Press Tour Fox Party, Astra West, West Hollywood, CA on July 18, 2003. Photographer: S_bukley
Jewel Staite at the launch party for EA Games new Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings and James Bond video games, Raleigh Studios, Hollywood, CA on November 7, 2002. Photographer: S_bukley
Summer Glau at the Los Angeles premiere of Meet the Fockers on December 16, 2004. Photographer: Featureflash
Dvd Release of the Sci-fi Adventure Series Firefly at the Sci-fi Convention at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California 12/21/2003. Photo by Milan Ryba
The cast and crew had the opportunity to reunite at the 2012 San Diego International Comic-Con for the Firefly 10th Anniversary panel; here are some pictures of this shiny and touching reunion :
You can watch more images from the event in the Gallery.
Check also a review of the best moments, packed with photos and videos at : SDCC 2012 Highlights - Intense, Emotional and Shiny!
I hope you enjoyed watching these photos as much as i do and a huge thank you to the photographers for providing these amazing photos. Feel free to mention your favorite and add a few words in the comment section below.
Find below pictures of Firefly Trading Cards made by fans, featuring Firefly cast.
The crew of Serenity on Art Trading Cards.
This set was sold exclusively at Emerald City Comic Con 2011.
Source : Jerantino at deviantart
Thanks to TWO at Firefly.net for the heads-up.
Everyone’s experienced the crushing sorrow of seeing a favorite new TV series cancelled just when things were getting interesting. Networks pick up a handful of new shows each season and just when you’re getting enthused, the show goes the way of the dodo. But wait, there’s light on the horizon! Netflix has recently announced that it is ordering new episodes of favorite shows that were canceled in their prime. Specifically, they’ve already ordered more episodes of the hit show Arrested Development and have approached CBS Television Studios to resurrect the post apocalyptic fan favorite Jericho, cancelled back in 2008.
The shows on that list are Pushing Daisies, Dark Angel, Dead Like Me, Deadwood, Carnivale and Firefly.
Here's the comment for Joss Whedon's short-lived show :
This is the no-brainer of the list. Fox’s tragic mishandling of Firefly from day one relegated the show to horrid timeslot shuffles and brutal episode shuffles that made the first season set to fail. The Browncoat nation would rise up in support of the resurrection in a second and have been lobbying since the show went off the air to get Fox and Joss Whedon to make more Firefly. That fan swell brought about the big screen resurrection of the series in the film Serenity and has supported its continuing adventures in comic book form. Now, with Joss Whedon having proved with The Avengers that he can print money for Hollywood, the chances of seeing more Firefly in the future might be good. That is, if Whedon can be tempted away from his upcoming Dr. Horrible project and the great Marvel machine. And if the cast can be tempted away from their various current projects.
Terminator : The Sarah Connor Chronicles has an "honorable mention".
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Firefly 10th Anniversary Panel at SDCC is brought to the fans by the Science Channel, but attendees will also get a special collectible bag featuring Firefly and the rest of the Science Channel Comic-Con lineup! See picture below :
I bet there will be a huge demand for those bags.
Also if you look closely to the Firefly illustration, it says "Firefly: 10-Year Anniversary Special, December 2012",which probably means the panel will be filmed and the Science Channel will air a special later in December.
And since the browncoats love collectibles, QMx has published this licensed, Nathan Fillion-approved image, taking its inspiration from Leonardo da Vinci’s famous drawing.
This shiny graphic will be available at San Diego comic Con 2012 and also online and comes under the form of a poster for $14.95 and a t-shirt for $19.95.
Dan Doolan, blogger at The Electronic Farmyard has listed its five personal "most soul crushing cancellations" on tv.
Not only is Firefly on top of the list (with a picture from the cast and a picture from Captain Mal) but the blogger has written nice and well-informed words for each of the tv shows.
The rundown of the best cancelled shows is as follow :