Opening credit mashups are a helluva lot of fun. Star Wars Minute has taken Star Wars Rebels and set it to Firefly’s Ballad of Serenity, the show’s opening credits. It works surprisingly well!
Winter Storm Jonas pretty much has the East Coast stuck inside this weekend, which means that you’re probably sitting in front of your television scrolling through Netflix. Allow us to help.
We may never get another live-action Firefly movie or TV show. So every bit of Firefly media that we do get is precious—and that explains why Browncoats became so excited about Firefly Online, the online role-playing game. But what’s become of this project?
Spaceships? Weird characters? Endless amounts of cheesy cowboy music? Alright, Rebel Galaxy, let’s do this.
What makes a living weapon? Well, first of all, living, obviously. But like normal weapons, living weapons are designed solely to hurt and kill others. They aren’t soldiers, who can take a variety of orders, or assassins, who may choose to kill in secret. Living weapons use their powers for one reason: destroying…
Welcome to a new feature: Point/Counterpoint, where we debate, vehemently, angrily, over issues of extreme importance. Today: Does Firefly still matter?
Some heroes bare their souls in the midst of their epic adventures. And some heroes just bare, well, everything. Science fiction and fantasy is full of hilariously weird moments of naked truth — and here are the 19 funniest nude scenes of all time. It's work-safe!
Everybody loves a huge space empire. A far-flung interplanetary civilization combines the romance of exploration with the pride and cool-factor of building something. But not every star-spanning regime is a viable proposition. Here are 10 star-empires from science fiction that make economic sense.
"The TV show Firefly is a big inspiration for us," Dreadnought project director Peter Holzapfel was saying to me recently during a San Francisco preview event. "So is Sid Meier's Pirates." And then, for just a moment, that ceased to matter as a ship ten times the size of mine warped right in front of me.
Announced today at Comic-Con: All of the original Firefly stars will reprise their characters for the online game! And Alan Tudyk is playing multiple roles. Also showing up will be Michael Fairman as the crime lord Niska, who is apparently hiring.
Fan favorite Castle—and Firefly!—star Nathan Fillion was the guest of Conan O'Brien yesterday, and well, they've discussed things I didn't expect: DC and Marvel-themed nail polish.
Star Wars art doesn't get any more religious than this. Hero-Glyphs is a series by artist Josh Ln, transforming well-known superheroes and other pop culture icons into hieroglyphs. His latest pieces feature Star Wars, Ghostbusters and (surprise, surprise) Firefly:
Browncoats rejoice! Joss Whedon's space Western Firefly may never return to television, but the 'verse goes on. And soon, you'll be able to have a ship and crew of your own, when Firefly Online launches for the PC and Mac. We've got an exclusive first look at the ships, the guns, the characters and more.
Serenity Flies Again, Sort Of: Okay, it's just a cloud. But it's a cloud that looks remarkably like a certain beloved Firefly-class transport ship. Perhaps this apparition is a magical leaf on the wind, the product of all our collective wishes for another Firefly movie. Photo: jackie4kneeyay via Nathan Fillion.
"Someone ever tries to kill you, you try to kill 'em right back!" Firefly—Joss Whedon's beloved cult sci-fi TV series that spun out in the film Serenity—may not be all the way dead. This teaser from Dark Horse Comics is a big hint that the publisher's getting ready to tease Browncoats with new adventures for Mal and…
The thought of a Firefly online game is undeniably appealing: who wouldn't want to man a ship and fight across Joss Whedon's rich universe, meeting Browncoats and fighting off Blue Sun? Even Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski drools at the thought of an action/role-playing game based on the cult classic sci-fi…
There are few things harder to do in gaming than gather a bunch of like-minded friends from around the world and try to make a video game out something you love that happens to be owned by a big corporation that you're not a part of.
The studio claiming to have the blessings of Fox Entertainment to proceed with a Firefly themed MMO have disputed our reporting over the weekend which suggested their project was a hoax.
If you think there's going to be an MMO based on or "inspired by" Firefly, well, you're not alone. So did I yesterday, and we've all been trolled.
I still remember when I first watched Firefly, when I saw the final episode of its truncated FOX TV run. That episode is called "Objects in Space," and in it, a bounty hunter named Jubal Early boards Serenity in pursuit of Simon and River.