Serenity: No Power in the ‘Verse

{5/5} “Now, why don’t you explain just what Bea told you about our operation, and maybe I’ll consider not killing you all on the spot.”

Serenity: No Power in the ‘Verse by Chris Roberson et al, published in 2017

Bea has been taken by the Alliance. In order to free her Mal decides to temporarily work with some people called Peacemakers who are planning on bringing down the Alliance. No one quite trusts the Peacekeepers, but Mal doesn’t mind anybody hurting the Alliance. While they’re working on that Kalista kidnaps River — or, as she puts it, “rescues” her. Meanwhile, Jayne gets a new shirt.

This is a brilliant story in the world of Firefly/Serenity — you’ll feel like you’re right back in that world. The characters are their bickering selves.

The covers are terrific and the interior artwork is OK.

I previously reviewed Serenity: Leaves on the Wind.

The best thing Joss Whedon could do with his millions of Avengers dollars is to make another Serenity movie.

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