Seam Maher, this year’s Guest of Honor at Whedoncon, entertained many fans with stories about Firefly, Much Ado About Nothing, and family life. He also gave some important advice.
More than 50 youth and adults will gather tonight from 5-6pm to honor Ron Glass for 24 years of service at the South Los Angeles youth center.
A short tribute to the late Ron Glass, who was an important part of the TV show Firefly. It includes memories of his appearance at the Browncoat Cruise in 2007.
Dark Horse’ supports Local Comic Shop Day w/first issue of Serenity: No Power in the ’Verse.
Joss talks about the Dr. Horrible sequel everyone is still waiting to see, a new comic book, and the last time he saw Firefly and Serenity.
Everyone’s favorite spaceship mechanic, Jewel Staite, visited Wizard World Reno. She talked about Firefly, her past TV and movie roles, meeting Benedict Cumberbatch, and a new movie about planning something in a small town.
New Firefly RPG announced at SDCC 2014.
Here’s your weekly dose of Whedon geek news – sequential art style!!! Don’t miss out on “The Whedon Threeway” (not as dirty as it sounds) and be sure to share the #ComicPatrol with your fellow Scoobies!
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.