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Firefly, Back from the Black: someone needs to beat some sense into The ‘Verse


When I say the verse, I actually mean the universe we live in. Been a long time since fans made it known we Browncoats have pockets full from gettin paid and a liking to spend some cash. How lucrative does something need to be before the rights owners will allow a reboot of something? We get it, there is a legitimate conflict of interest for tv copyright holders vs movie copyright holders.

‘Spose it doesn’t matter much. 16 years from the Battle of Serentity till series start. 15 years since cancellation of Firefly. Can’t change the outcome of the war or the minds of TV executives. Can’t force a person to catch money being thrown at them..

Long winded intro complete. Fans keep making content that is Firefly centric.

Witness the shiny cuteness..

Firefly: Back from the Black (Joey Spiotto)
160 pages
Titan Books
ISBN-10: 178565375X
ISBN-13: 978-1785653759

This is a pretty great coffee table book. The only real words in it are from the Author introduction discussing how he was late to Firefly indoctrination but now makes cute fan art.

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Better let the pictures to the talkin since that’s all there is in it. 160 pages, so 75ish two page flats, one image per page if not a spread.

Example illustrations from the table book:



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