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September 06 2013

Yet another Serenity comic teaser from Dark Horse. Panels two through five of page six of something the filename truncates to SERENLW.

Looks like the Alliance are not finished with our Big Damn Heroes yet. Miranda was just the start!
So, this is taking place after Serenity, I take it? Or during is also a possibility, I guess.
Post Serenity.
I wonder if this means Joss has given up on the idea of another Serenity movie. He seemed to still have some hope as recently as ComicCon.
Serenity: Lost Worlds.
Is it really post though? Is there anything definitive to suggest that? (I'm just being a super skeptic.) I like things to be specifically said.

[ edited by TenTonParasol on 2013-09-07 00:25 ]
It's confirmed since a while ago they've been looking at post Serenity comics. I'm excited, I think there's stories to be told.
Ah. I missed that then. But that's exciting. Seems to be immediately or very shortly after Serenity, so I guess it's before Float Out and whatever that other one was...
Considering that in the absolute best case scenario now, any sequel to Serenity would come out at least 11 years after the first. Surely the story would have to reflect the passage of at least some of that time. So the comics are probably safe to carry on for a few years in the 'verse, methinks.
I'm guessing it won't jibe with my fan comic which I finally finished after seven years.
I wonder how it'll hold up against Molina's "Take the Sky"? Not that I think that's particularly considered canon by most, just a thought.
I always and still read Jose's story as taking place entirely in Mal's head as he's answering the Operative's challenging questions. It's a hypothetical as Mal weighs his possible futures.

[ edited by The One True b!X on 2013-09-07 04:54 ]
"LW" could simply stand for "low(-resolution)." They often include that sort of data in filenames. Alternately, the series will be about Washs Last Wishes. ;-)

This is very frustrating, because I feel like I should be able to recognize the artist. Style looks so familiar. I guess I'll just hazzard that Dave Stewart is on colors.

Considering that in the absolute best case scenario now, any sequel to Serenity would come out at least 11 years after the first. Surely the story would have to reflect the passage of at least some of that time. So the comics are probably safe to carry on for a few years in the 'verse, methinks.

My thoughts exactly. Any theoretical new movie/TV/web show would need to take the characters into a brand new story anyway for accessibility. So no matter how many comics we get, we can stay true Browncoats and never give up hope for that, too!
You should recognise the artist Niels, as it is Georges Jeanty, who has been drawing Buffy comics for over five years now.
Huh. Looking again, I can see it, but I'd thought of Jeanty previously and dismissed it. Just too used to seeing him draw all vampires all the time, I guess. :-)

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