On The-Earth-That-Was there's no time for a reunion as Captain Mal and Captain Kaylee are pulled into a conflict neither of them wanted. Lucky for them, River has everything under control. That's good... isn't it?
After taking care of the plunderer boss threat, the crew learns how much hard work goes into creating a community that endures—especially when self-governance is the goal. Meanwhile, the Washbot tries to find his place and role in this new world separate from his borrowed identity as a duplicate of Wash. In the midst of problems and imperfections, there’s hope on the horizon. But when an unexpected event throws everything into chaos, will this be a new start... or the beginning of the end?
Return to the critically-acclaimed world of Joss Whedon’s Firefly and Serenity, in an all new graphic novel spotlighting Hoban “Wash” Washburne, pilot of the spaceship Serenity...who has just realized he’s about to die. As Wash’s life flashes before him, he revisits untold moments in his life, from growing up on a planet ravaged by pollution, to meeting the woman of his dreams in Zoe. And in those final moments, Wash will reach out to connect with a surprising someone he never thought possible to meet...proving that some bonds transcend our mortal coils. With original short stories from superstar creative teams, learn the untold past, present, and maybe even future of the best pilot in the ‘Verse—Hoban “Wash” Washburne."
In this Middle Grade foray into the 80's-nostalgia hit series from
Netflix, when Erica's frenemy loses track of her mother's prized
Parakeet, the two will have to work together to return the bird safe
and sound, or deal with the consequences. They learn that even the
toughest and smartest people need a little help now and then.
Hawkins Indiana has been plagued by strange events for years now.
With the Starcourt Mall's recent destruction, Erica has lost her
favorite hangout spot and her "free Ice cream for life" deal at
Scoops-Ahoy. To make matters worse, her brother is too busy for her
and her mom won't let her play Dungeons and Dragons anymore. This is
the story of an ambitious, bossy, brilliant ten-year-old dealing with
boredom and the complexities of maintaining friendships through tough
times. Written by Greg Pak (Stranger Things: Zombie Boys,
Stranger Things: The Bully, Ronin Island) and Danny Lore (Queen of
Bad Dreams, James Bond) with art by Valeria Favoccia (Stranger
Things: Zombie Boys, Assassin's Creed), colors by Dan Jackson, and
letters by Nate Piekos.