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Firefly: Blue Sun Rising Vol. 2

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The first-ever comic book event in the world of Joss Whedon’s Firefly reaches its thrilling conclusion! Shocking losses lead to stunning decisions as Mal and the crew of Serenity must face the consequences of their choices in war against the Blue Sun Corporation. EVERYTHING CHANGES HERE. The stage is set for the final battle as the first ever Firefly event concludes, with S The first-ever comic book event in the world of Joss Whedon’s Firefly reaches its thrilling conclusion! Shocking losses lead to stunning decisions as Mal and the crew of Serenity must face the consequences of their choices in war against the Blue Sun Corporation. EVERYTHING CHANGES HERE. The stage is set for the final battle as the first ever Firefly event concludes, with Sheriff Mal Reynolds - yeah, he’s still getting used to it too - making a choice that may cost him those he loves most, whether he knows it or not... Shocking losses lead to stunning decisions as Mal and the crew of Serenity must face the consequences of their choices in war against the Blue Sun Corporation. The ‘Verse is changing in ways no one ever expected - and a new chapter of Firefly begins here. New York Times best-selling writer Greg Pak (Darth Vader), along with acclaimed artists Dan McDaid, Lalit Kumar Sharma & Daniel Bayliss, launch Mal & the crew of Serenity into their biggest war yet, officially continuing Joss Whedon’s acclaimed series. Collects Firefly #23-24, Firefly: Blue Sun Rising #1.


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The first-ever comic book event in the world of Joss Whedon’s Firefly reaches its thrilling conclusion! Shocking losses lead to stunning decisions as Mal and the crew of Serenity must face the consequences of their choices in war against the Blue Sun Corporation. EVERYTHING CHANGES HERE. The stage is set for the final battle as the first ever Firefly event concludes, with S The first-ever comic book event in the world of Joss Whedon’s Firefly reaches its thrilling conclusion! Shocking losses lead to stunning decisions as Mal and the crew of Serenity must face the consequences of their choices in war against the Blue Sun Corporation. EVERYTHING CHANGES HERE. The stage is set for the final battle as the first ever Firefly event concludes, with Sheriff Mal Reynolds - yeah, he’s still getting used to it too - making a choice that may cost him those he loves most, whether he knows it or not... Shocking losses lead to stunning decisions as Mal and the crew of Serenity must face the consequences of their choices in war against the Blue Sun Corporation. The ‘Verse is changing in ways no one ever expected - and a new chapter of Firefly begins here. New York Times best-selling writer Greg Pak (Darth Vader), along with acclaimed artists Dan McDaid, Lalit Kumar Sharma & Daniel Bayliss, launch Mal & the crew of Serenity into their biggest war yet, officially continuing Joss Whedon’s acclaimed series. Collects Firefly #23-24, Firefly: Blue Sun Rising #1.

30 review for Firefly: Blue Sun Rising Vol. 2

  1. 5 out of 5

    Robert

    Lets work through the blurb-y copy they use to describe this: "The first-ever comic book event in the world of Joss Whedon’s Firefly" -----stretching really hard for a reason to use the term 'first-ever', and resulting in a description so vague as to be meaningless "...reaches its thrilling conclusion!" -----The only thrill was in realizing with 12 pages left they were nowhere near a good ending "Shocking losses lead to stunning decisions as Mal and the crew of Serenity must face the consequences of Lets work through the blurb-y copy they use to describe this: "The first-ever comic book event in the world of Joss Whedon’s Firefly" -----stretching really hard for a reason to use the term 'first-ever', and resulting in a description so vague as to be meaningless "...reaches its thrilling conclusion!" -----The only thrill was in realizing with 12 pages left they were nowhere near a good ending "Shocking losses lead to stunning decisions as Mal and the crew of Serenity must face the consequences of their choices in war against the Blue Sun Corporation." -----There's only one loss, it isn't shocking, and it comes at the end so describing it here as the impetus for the adventure is a big fat lie. "EVERYTHING CHANGES HERE." -----If by 'change' you mean loss of interest and anticipation you got that right at least.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Milan Pohl

    I tentokrát platí to, co jsem psal minule (možná dvojnásob): Greg Pak má jasnou a docela zajímavou vizi, kam chce příběh Firefly vést, ale ta vize se pohříchu často tluče s ostatními již existujícími příběhy z univerza Firefly/Serenity, nejen s komiksy, ale i s celovečerákem Serenity, kterému má tento svazek téměř bezprostředně předcházet. Je fajn, že se dozvíme, jak posádka objevila Haven - jenže celá situace s Havenem je jaksi nekompatibilní s Bookovým rozhodnutím pro odchod z posádky prezento I tentokrát platí to, co jsem psal minule (možná dvojnásob): Greg Pak má jasnou a docela zajímavou vizi, kam chce příběh Firefly vést, ale ta vize se pohříchu často tluče s ostatními již existujícími příběhy z univerza Firefly/Serenity, nejen s komiksy, ale i s celovečerákem Serenity, kterému má tento svazek téměř bezprostředně předcházet. Je fajn, že se dozvíme, jak posádka objevila Haven - jenže celá situace s Havenem je jaksi nekompatibilní s Bookovým rozhodnutím pro odchod z posádky prezentovaným v Those Left Behind, a hlavně s filmovou scénou, kde Mal doslova vyrazí Simona s River z lodi (proč je v takovém případě prostě nenechal na Havenu nebo proč tam nezůstali či nezamířili sami od sebe?). Vydavatelství BOOM! Studios navíc očividně nestíhá sledovat konzistenci ani svých vlastních příběhů; jinak si nelze vysvětlit, že v tomto svazku Greg Pak Malovými ústy tvrdí, že korporace Modré slunce šedesát let před událostmi seriálu/filmu ještě neexistovala, ačkoli v nové sérii Brand New 'Verse je ukázáno, že existovala již před odletem lidstva ze Staré Země (v tomhle je Pak nevinně, poněvadž Brand New 'Verse je novější, ale nepotěší to). Pokoušet se naroubovat Pakovy komiksy na zbytek univerza čím dál víc připomíná snahu zatlačit nepasující dílky puzzle do skládanky i za cenu brutálního zohýbání sousedních částí... Snad by bylo lepší prohlásit tyhle příběhy za alternativní dějovou linii nebo za historky, které se v univerzu Firefly vyprávějí, ale nemusely se stát přesně takhle (viz vztah nového kánonu Star Wars a kontinuity Legends). Čtenářskému zážitku příliš neprospívá ani frenetické střídání kreslířů, často několikrát během jediné kapitoly (sešitu). Nicméně pokud odhlédneme od "rozlítané" kresby a příběhových nekonzistencí, vyprávění jako takové je docela solidní, ačkoli si ho paradoxně užijete možná tím víc, čím míň toho o univerzu Firefly víte.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alan

    I'm expecting to get blasted for giving a very favorable review to material created by Joss Whedon (same goes for Warren Ellis) both because of transgressions they have been accused of, and admitted to, and additional actions for which they have been accused of. I could say I read this series (as digital floppies-wasn't expecting it to be broken up into two TPBs) because I really like Pak's writing. That wouldn't be truthful though. I have mixed reaction to Pak's writing over the years. It would I'm expecting to get blasted for giving a very favorable review to material created by Joss Whedon (same goes for Warren Ellis) both because of transgressions they have been accused of, and admitted to, and additional actions for which they have been accused of. I could say I read this series (as digital floppies-wasn't expecting it to be broken up into two TPBs) because I really like Pak's writing. That wouldn't be truthful though. I have mixed reaction to Pak's writing over the years. It would also be out of context as a person who is a fan of the series and the movie who can see this story fitting nicely between the end of the television show and the movie (which truly does end Mal and the crew's story IMO). Pak does use this tale, where Mal becomes a sheriff policing the Blue Sun Corporation's assets and colonies, while hiding from his new employers that he aiding and abetting his crew's heists, to arguably make some points about the moral issue of working for the man while trying to fighit the man. Pak also continues giving readers more of both Mal's mother and the new(ish) character Boss Moon. To explain why this fits so nicely in between the television show and the movie I feel is way too spoilery. And, I like to get a review up without having to hide it because of spoilers. If you are fan of this property I think you'll enjoy the entire series. Pak very much gets the tone of the characters right, and this includes their dialogue. Unusual for a licensed property there is a little bit of character development for Mal, Kaylee and Zoe.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    I'm not quite sure what it means. I reached the end without really getting it. I'm wondering what I missed. But I cant look back because I'm not at home, so... it does bother me how few people get zoe. She doesn't show intimacy in public, she is very peivate. I'm not quite sure what it means. I reached the end without really getting it. I'm wondering what I missed. But I cant look back because I'm not at home, so... it does bother me how few people get zoe. She doesn't show intimacy in public, she is very peivate.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Deane Hariss

    Just good clean Firefly fun.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lily

    Glad this was released in 2020 so I had the chance to see how it ended.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  8. 5 out of 5

    Burton Olivier

  9. 4 out of 5

    Robert Greenberger

  10. 5 out of 5

    Heidi

  11. 4 out of 5

    Brian

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tony

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

  15. 5 out of 5

    Terrance

  16. 5 out of 5

    Filipe

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jen

  18. 5 out of 5

    Dena Burnett

  19. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

  20. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

  21. 5 out of 5

    Pat

  22. 5 out of 5

    Rex

  23. 5 out of 5

    Becky

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tony

  25. 4 out of 5

    Paul Griggs

  26. 5 out of 5

    Eric Benson

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mick

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alexandre

  29. 5 out of 5

    Steve Armatys

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carlene

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