Fans being banned from making and selling Jayne hats caused a huge stir yesterday, big enough that the real Jayne and others spoke out.
Did you ever get the impression that maybe, just maybe, Joss Whedon had some left over aggression toward Fox?
Check out this amazing collection of watercolor paintings of Mal, Wash and the whole Firefly gang.
So does Alan Tudyk think Firefly should come back? Duh, of course!
Joss Whedon likes killing our favorite characters and, without question, Hoban "Wash" Washburne from Firefly was beloved. One minute he's a leaf on the wind, the next he's a corpse on a stick. Most fans were crushed, but one solitary Browncoat said "No. No more." So he set out to use the power of physics to prove Wash couldn't really be dead.
Have you been to a convention recently? If you have, you'll no doubt see that Firefly cosplaying continues to be EVERYWHERE. So it should come as no surprise that there's a huge desire to play in that universe. Which is exactly where there's an MMO coming out. Or is there?
It's been a great year for Joss Whedon fans—we got The Avengers, The Cabin in the Woods, a Firefly reunion special and a number of promised future projects. So it's no surprise many fans have Whedon on the brain this holiday season.
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Considering how famous director Joss Whedon (The Avengers) is nowadays, it's easy to forget how big of an accomplishment it was to get his Firefly follow-up film Serenity made a few years ago. But now that he's a big shot, former Firefly star Sean Maher wants to know—why the heck don't we have a sequel yet?
Firefly continues to live on in the memories of its diehard fan base, a pretty remarkable feat for a TV series that only lasted for just 14 episodes. But what if the show had run longer?