The American has discovered there is a new superhuman on the scene, and the young man is none too happy to be confronted by a costumed hero, especially not one he thinks is a government stooge.
SERENITY: NO POWER IN THE ‘VERSE #1
The ’verse is a complicated and dangerous place, and Malcolm Reynolds and his outlaw crew aboard the Serenity are ever experiencing tough times. When tensions rise among the crew, a call for help becomes a welcome interruption: they must track down a missing friend and the answers to the mystery surrounding her disappearance.
* Georges Jeanty (Buffy Seasons 8 and 9) returns to the ’verse!
* iZombie creator Chris Roberson writes the continuing adventures of Mal and crew.
Variant cover by Georges Jeanty!
Publication Date: October 26, 2016
Format: FC, 32 pages; Miniseries
UPC: 7 61568 00084 9 00111
Published by Dark Horse Comics and available anywhere comic book and graphic novels are sold.
No Power in the ‘Verse still needs to prove that it can live up to the high bar set by Leaves on the Wind, but it’s off to a decent start, and my fellow Browncoats certainly aren’t going to want to pass up an opportunity to return to the world of Serenity, especially with a canon continuation courtesy of Dark Horse Comics. – Bryant Dillon, Fanbase Press
Buy it! Even if you aren’t familiar with the show Firefly, but you do like sci-fi (space opera in particular), this is a comic you will enjoy. The comic provides a plot summary prior to the opening panel, and, as mentioned above, throughout SERENITY: NO POWER IN THE ‘VERSE #1 the creators work to give readers context and background information. With a great storyline and compelling art, I am excited to travel through the ’verse with Chris Roberson and crew! – Anelise Farris, Rogues Portal
Serenity: No Power in the Verse Part 1 is a solid beginning to a new story arc and as long as they “aim to misbehave”, I’m in. – thegww.com
Altogether, a strong start to an interesting addition to this universe’s canon, as it understands the issue of coping with grief better than I have seen in a while. Chris Roberson, explores some plausible repercussions, about keeps the spirit of the original TV show. Georges Jeanty, draws some vivid sequential art, which gives fans a new view of these familiar characters. Overall, so far, a series that every Browncoat will love. – Graphic Policy