Calling all Browncoats - we’ve got the shiniest collection of books in the ‘verse for you! Whether you’re wanting to delve deeper into the specs of the Serentity, cook up a storm that’ll keep you full on your smuggling runs, or wanting to ride along on new adventures with your favourite crew, we’ve got a book for you!
Firefly – Encyclopedia by Monica Valentinelli
The Firefly Encyclopedia is a lavish guide to Joss Whedon’s much-loved creation. The book includes a detailed timeline of events, in-depth character studies from Badger to Zoe, a guide to the science of the show, and sections of script with accompanying notes from the author. Alongside all of this are countless images of the characters, ships, weapons, props and sets. This is a must-have item for all fans of the ’Verse.
Firefly - The Gorramn Shiniest Dictionary and Phrasebook in the 'Verse by Monica Valentinelli
Insult your enemies in magnificent style and learn brand new declarations of love! This comprehensive Firefly dictionary and phrasebook takes in both the history of language in the 'Verse and modern usage. Explore all the terminology used in the show, be it spacefaring-speak, medical jargon or frontier phrases. Plus, get the inside scoop from the show's language consultant. A must-have for all Browncoats.
Firefly - Back From the Black by Joey Spiotto
Ever wondered how the crew of Serenity would fare if they landed back on Earth-That-Was? Would we see etiquette classes by Inara? Remedial math lessons from Jayne? Could River make it as a psychic poker champ? And what kind of carnage could Saffron cause with a charity kissing booth?
Find out in this cute cartoon collection from Joey Spiotto.
The Firefly-class transport ship was originally created by the Allied Spacecraft Corporation, but since the Browncoats’ Independence War, it has become a favourite among smugglers on the Rim worlds. The many secrets of Serenity are revealed in this fascinating crew-created owner's manual, which features in-depth technical specifications and insightful commentary from the entire crew – perfect for Firefly and Serenity fans.
Firefly - The Big Damn Cookbook by Chelsea Monroe-Cassel
Treat your friends, family, and crew with Firefly: The Big Damn Cookbook. Featuring over 70 recipes inspired by Joss Whedon's cult TV show and illustrated with gorgeous full-color photography, you’ll never have to settle for protein blocks again. From Simon’s protein birthday cake to River’s problematic ice planet, this collection of recipes will keep you and your fellow Browncoats well fed even on your longest smuggling runs.
Firefly – Artbook by Printed in Blood (Pre-order now!)
An original glossy coffee table book bursting with brand new and exclusive art. The book includes over 120 pieces by professional artists, illustrators, concept artists, comics artists and graphic designers. From character portraits, faux book covers and poster concepts, to iconic scenes, wanted posters and renderings of Serenity, each artist puts their own stamp on the Firefly universe.
Captain Malcolm Reynolds is kidnapped by a bunch of embittered veteran Browncoats who suspect him of sabotaging the Independents during the war. Mal is placed on trial for his life, fighting compelling evidence that someone did indeed betray them to the Alliance all those years ago. Mal must prove his innocence, but his captors are desperate and destitute, and will settle for nothing less than the culprit’s blood.
Jayne’s ex, Temperance McCloud, gets in touch begging for help. She lives on a desert moon where bandits are trying to gain control of her town’s water supply. Jayne persuades the Serenity crew to go there, but on arrival they discover two things: outlaws with a fanatical devotion to their leader who will stop at nothing to get to the water, and that Temperance has a daughter born less than a year after she and Jayne broke up called Jane McCloud…
Mal’s crew desperately need another payday, but not desperately enough to transport a Blue Sun flightcase to Badger, no questions asked, when the area is swarming with Alliance spacecraft equally keen to regain the stolen property. Yet Jayne refuses to miss out, and sneaks the case aboard Serenity. The crew soon find themselves paralysed by hallucinations of their deepest hopes and desires, so vivid they cannot be distinguished from reality.
Generations by Tim Lebbon
Mal wins an old map in a card game. Ancient and written in impenetrable symbols, the former owner insists it’s worthless. Yet River Tam can read it, and says it leads to one of the Arks, legendary ships that brought humans from Earth-that-was to the ’Verse. The salvage potential alone is staggering. But the closer they get to the ancient ship, the more agitated River becomes. She says something is waiting inside, something powerful, and very angry…