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July 10 2012

What If? - Featuring Firefly. See the end for the reference to the cast of Firefly. More...

April 27 2012

Joss gets a mention in an otherwise sad XKCD comic. XKCD graphs the causes of his emotions over the last six years. Before his fiancee was diagnosed with cancer, she's doing well by the way, back in ought six, Mr. Whedon caused quite a stir. My guess would be Serenity.

May 07 2009

xkcd: The Race - Part 4. And they're off!

May 06 2009

xkcd: The Race - Part 3. Part 3 of the XKCD comic featuring Nathan Fillion, his Firefly compatriots, and his electric skateboard.

May 05 2009

xkcd: The Race - Part 2. Part 2 of the XKCD comic featuring Nathan Fillion and his electric skateboard. More...

May 04 2009

xkcd: The Race. The xkcd webcomic is doing a five-part daily series, and this time it involves Nathan Fillion.

January 05 2009

Yet another XKCD reference to Summer Glau/Serenity. The comic deals with simplifying metric conversions (Summer is referenced under the length and volume columns). More...

July 07 2008

In Popular Culture. Webcomic xkcd uses Firefly and Buffy (among others) to illustrate the wonderful world of editing Wikipedia.

June 20 2008

"Oh man, she's quoting Firefly". Webcomic XKCD depicts geek romance on the fritz. As always, don't forget the rollover text.

April 04 2008

XKCD and Summer Glau together again. The webcomic shows us a unique way to namedrop.

January 07 2008

xkcd equates obsessive fandom with Firefly. In the same breath as BSG, no less.

January 05 2007

I once shot a man in Reno... xkcd shows how much the cancellation of a Joss series can affect someone, just as long as it rhymes with die...

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