I’m probably not alone in saying I was always curious what else was in the Millennium Falcon. We saw the cockpit, the large hangout area, some hallways and guns, but what else is there? A new collectable revealed at Comic-Con shows exactly that.
Damn, these figures are a pretty fantastic likeness of William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy.
From QMX, the people that brought you the most absurdly expensive Serenity ever, comes this enormous 'Artisan Replica' of the USS Reliant from Wrath of Khan. My word, what a glorious-looking ship it is.
It looks like Qmx is on a Firefly kick lately, and browncoats are definitely making good from it - but while this new 'Artisan' Serenity might lack in the 'aww' factor like their recent, huggable offering, it certainly makes up for it with the wow factor.
The Alliance said they were going to waltz through Serenity Valley, but the browncoats made them choke on those words. Here's your exclusive first look at a brand new statue showing Firefly's Mal Reynolds in his darkest hour. Plus a new Firefly/X-Files poster, and a "cutaway" version of Serenity.
Browncoats rejoice! Joss Whedon's space Western Firefly may never return to television, but the 'verse goes on. And soon, you'll be able to have a ship and crew of your own, when Firefly Online launches for the PC and Mac. We've got an exclusive first look at the ships, the guns, the characters and more.
Check out the first teaser for Firefly Online, a "a multi-user, social online role-playing game" for smartphones and tablets, which is being announced at San Diego Comic-Con. Will there be a "kick the mercenary into your engine" button?
One of the neat shout-outs in Star Trek Into Darkness is a set of models on Admiral Marcus' desk, depicting the entire history of flight, from the Wright Brothers up to the U.S.S. Kelvin. And those models are available for sale from Quantum Mechanix, and we've got the exclusive high-res photos.
This is no ordinary collectible. This handmade replica of River Song's own personal sonic screwdriver was constructed personally by Nick Robatto, the man who's made all the sonic screwdrivers for Doctor Who. There are no prefab parts here, and he's only making 15 of them for Quantum Mechanix.
If you've ever wished you could use "sonic" as a verb — or be as swashbuckling a gadgeteer as the mysterious time-traveling Doctor and his friends — then this is your lucky day.