Almost a decade after we saw Serenity fly, Zack Whedon has picked up the mantle with Buffy-comic artist Georges Jeanty to give us the next chapter in the Firefly saga.
Sunday, April 20 will be a busy day. Whedonversity panel at 1:30 p.m and then make the mad dash to the ARENA at 3pm for the Dr Horrible Sign-Along Blog Interactive Screening
Writer Zack Whedon and artist Georges Jeanty continue to be “big, damn heroes” to Browncoats everywhere this month by supplying us with another excellent issue of Serenity: Leaves on the Wind.
Greetings, comic book sniffers!
Here’s your weekly dose of Whedon geek news – sequential art!!! This was the week that Serenity has found wind beneath its wings once more (at Dark Horse Comics)! All you Browncoats be sure and enjoy it!
‘Serenity: Leaves on the Wind’ #1 – Advance Comic Book Review – About Gorram Time (and Thanks a Bunch, Joss & Co.)
Ever since Dark Horse Comics became the “House of Joss Whedon” in the comic book world, fans have been clamoring for further tales of the crew of the Serenity. This latest trip into the black is highly anticipated, long awaited, and feels deeply and truly like a genuine reunion for the characters and their loyal fans.
“Comic Patrol” is a regular feature pointing out articles, previews, and tidbits relating to the Whedon comic-verse! Greetings, comic book sniffers! Here’s your weekly dose of Whedon geek news – sequential art style! It was a rough week for S.H.I.E.L.D. in a number of ways. Read up, my Scoobies!!! ‘Till the end of […]
After three years, Dark Horse will produce a new Serenity mini series next January.
It’s a rare event when Joss Whedon holds two separate panels during the same day at Comic-Con. On Friday, a few hours after he celebrated the tenth anniversary of Firefly in Ballroom 20, he returned to talk about some other stuff he’s been doing.
At a panel at Comic-Con, Joss announced that Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog will make its television debut on the CW network! No date was mentioned, but we’ll keep you posted.
The answer is "Yes".
"What’s the question?" you may be asking.
Do we need to say it?