Boom! The Studios “All-New Firefly” series completes the stellar “Big Damn Finale #1” series.

Although Joss Whedon’s Firefly was unceremoniously canceled by Fox Television after just one season and went off the air 20 years ago, over the years there has been a powerful revival of beloved Firefly characters and stories through official series-related novels. comic series, role-playing games, clothing lines, graphic novels, and even a savory firefly-themed cookbook.

Boom! Studios has been at the forefront of this canonical resurgence of interest in its flagship comics since 2018, and now one of its latest offerings, The All-New Firefly, is wrapping up its storyline with a special overpacked issue that just came out. this week with “Big Damn Finale #1 (will open in a new tab).” Our Firefly streaming guide will help you get familiar with the series and its movie Serenity so you know what to expect from the comics.

The ongoing comic first kicked off in February 2022 with the most brilliant captain in verse… Kaylie Fry! Captain Kaylie led the team in a daring heist of a relic that proved too difficult even for their moral code when mercenaries stole their prize and Serenity’s gang had to quickly go into recovery mode.

Cover of All-New Firefly: Big Damn Finale #1, ending the series. (Image credit: Boom! Studios)

Written by David Bucher (Song, Joe Hill’s Rain) and enhanced by dynamic illustrations by artist Simona Di Gianfelice (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), this double-sized treat completes the series’ arc in true brown coat style.

Here’s the official synopsis:

“Things come to an explosive conclusion with Requiem, Mercenaries and Alliance portals, but as Jane and her family and past believe, a beloved member of the spaceship Serenity will make the ultimate sacrifice. Each AC cover will come in multiple packs to avoid spoiling that character’s ultimate fate!”

Alternative cover for Boom! Studios All-New Firefly: Big Damn Finale. (Image credit: Boom! Studios)

Starring Nathan Fillion, Gina Torres, Alan Tudyk, Morena Baccarin, Adam Baldwin and Jewel Stait, the iconic space western follows the space exploits of Captain Mal Reynolds and his quirky Serenity crew. His ultimate demise came after just 14 episodes, although 2005 had an excellent feature film, Serenity, which continued their semi-comic misadventures.

Alternative cover for Boom! Studios All-New Firefly: Big Damn Finale. (Image credit: Boom! Studios)

Boom! Studios “Brand New Firefly: Big Damn Finale #1” (will open in a new tab)is available now in comics and digital stores with cover options by Nimita Malavia, Becky Carey, Mona Finden and Lee Garbett.

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