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Buffy the Vampire Slayer inspired Sunnydale Cheerleader iron-on fan patch Hellmouth Firefly Serenity Comic Con Cosplay

Buffy the Vampire Slayer inspired Sunnydale Cheerleader iron-on fan patch Hellmouth Joss Whedon Firefly Serenity Comic Con Angel Cosplay

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer inspired Sunnydale High School fan pin look Hellmouth Firefly Serenity Comic Con Angel Willow

Buffy the Vampire Slayer inspired Sunnydale High School fan pin oldschool look Hellmouth Joss Whedon Firefly Serenity Comic Con Angel Willow

WC14: Inside Dark Horse's "Whedonversity" with "Buffy" and "Serenity" - Comic Book Resources

WC14: Inside Dark Horse's "Whedonversity" with "Buffy" and "Serenity" - Comic Book Resources

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Physicists Claim that Consciousness Lives in Quantum State After Death astrophysics physics dying Outer Places

The future of Firefly will finally be revealed in a new Serenity comic

The future of Firefly will finally be revealed in a new Serenity comic

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Read a preview of the new Serenity comic for Free Comic Book Day!

Read a preview of the new Serenity comic for Free Comic Book Day!

'Serenity' Comic Artist Walks Us Through Creating A Cover - MTV

'Serenity' Comic Artist Walks Us Through Creating A Cover

Although Joss Whedon's acclaimed show Buffy the Vampire Slayer lasted for seven seasons, his follow-up — a space western called Firefly — was canceled after barely one. Luckily for fans, the series has lived on in other media, first in the 2005 sequel film Serenity and then in various Dark Horse comic series.

Dark Horse announces new 'Serenity' comic, 'No Power in the 'Verse'

Although Joss Whedon's acclaimed show Buffy the Vampire Slayer lasted for seven seasons, his follow-up — a space western called Firefly — was canceled after barely one. Luckily for fans, the series has lived on in other media, first in the 2005 sequel film Serenity and then in various Dark Horse comic series.

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