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It looks like Redditor daandruff’s wife is quite the Browncoat. He posted the above pic of his wife’s painting of everybody’s favorite Firefly-class transporter, Serenity (look closely: does it look like the primary bumper panel fell off? No? Good. Mal will be happy), and I have to say that she did an awesome job.

However, as commenters pointed out, the only problem is that the stars are visible in front of the planets. The good news is that fellow Redditor jaxspider saved the day with Photoshop. See the corrected version after the break…

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Earlier this week, we posted a little napkin art from Joss Whedon in which he brought back Buffy the Vampire Slayer at a fan’s request. Look’s like he’s outdone himself with this bit of art, now expanded to the size of a notebook. This time, it’s Firefly and he jokes that he’s bringing back Wash, just like Agent Coulson. Heart. Breaking.

See the tweet after the break.

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The cast of Firefly got together at Dallas ComicCon and staged this joyous photo op. Clearly, they enjoy every moment of hanging out together. This picture was put up on Instagram by Jewel Staite aka Kaylee who proves the group really does have some good fun when they get together.

See Staite’s Instagram photos after the break…

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Comic By Camp Tokar.

(via Geek X Girls)


It’s no secret that we’re fans of QMx, but this Malcolm Reynolds 1:6 Scale Articulated Figure may be one of the best things they’ve ever created.

This screen-accurate, collectible figure has 38 points of articulation and is the first in Quantum Mechanix’s line of realistic 1:6 scale figures of Firefly’s Big Damn Heroes. First in a line. I’m already excited for Zoe!

It stands 12-inches tall, and the details are everywhere. QMx has an extensive library of screen-used costume and prop references, so they’re putting it to work here and the gorgeous head sculpt was created by Trevor Grove.

Plus, if you order directly from QMx, your Mal will come with his very own Lassiter.

This bit of shiny is expected in the Fall, but there’s a waiting list and I’d make gorram sure I was on it if I wanted to get one before they sell out.

Head after the break to see more pictures of our favorite Captain Tightpants.

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The first time we saw Adrian Drake’s 7-foot long LEGO Serenity from Firefly, we wanted to see how it was built.

Now we get our wish. Apparently, Adrian rebuilt his masterpiece and decided to make a time-lapse video of it. He notes: “This was filmed over the course of about 14 months and encompasses 4166 individual images, taken at 60 second intervals, plus detail images from the first build.”

She’s a beautiful thing to behold and the video is very, very shiny.

It is also after the break.

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If you’ve ever tried to make anything more complex than a set of stairs on an Etch-a-Sketch then you’ll truly appreciate this image from Firefly. It was done by cartoonist Boulet and features Mal and Inara with Serenity in the background. This is easily the shiniest Etch-a-Sketch art in the Verse.

See the tweet with the image after the break…

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Just when I think I’ve seen all the mash-ups in the world, the internet produces a more awesome one. The talented James Hance came up with this Firefly and Scooby-Doo combo, and it’s fabulous. All the choices are perfect, but I especially adore Wash as Shaggy and Inara as Daphne. I’d go hunting for ghosts with this crew any day.

And it’s not the only fantastic mash-up Hance created recently. Check out his My Neighbor Totoro and Star Wars combo after the break.

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Once Joss Whedon signed on to work with Marvel with films, I couldn’t help but let my mind wander to a happy place that involved a merging of Firefly and Disney. It could never actually happen since Firefly is a touch violent and has, you know, prostitutes—but a girl can dream.

Artist Stephen Byrne apparently had similar thoughts when he created this precious art featuring the crew of Serenity drawn in Disney animated movie style. The little River Tam is my favorite.

See some close-ups from the illustration after the break.

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If you follow Nathan Fillion, you know he often tweets questions people ask him and then answers them. He’s often funny, irreverent, or a a bit sarcastic and life kind of goes merrily along.

Every once in a while, though, he answers a question and the answer just gets to you, especially if you’re a Browncoat.

Like this one got me. Right in the gorram feels.

Love to you, Captain. Can’t stop the signal.