Firefly: The Unification War Vol. 2

Firefly: The Unification War Vol. 2 Details

The secret history of the Unification War and the mistakes Captain Malcolm Reynolds has been hiding from his crew are revealed when Mal and his first mate Zoe are finally called to confront their crimes.

The official continuation of the pop culture phenomenon from visionary writer & director Joss Whedon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Marvel’s The Avengers)! The truth behind the Unification War continues to be revealed as Captain Malcolm “Mal” Reynolds and his First Mate Zoe Washburn are arrested for crimes committed during the Unification War by the mysterious Boss Moon and her Unificators! But their escape from captivity might land them in even greater danger, as secrets are revealed and nothing will ever be the same for the crew of the Serenity!

New York Times bestselling author Greg Pak (Star Wars, Mech Cadet Yu) and fan favorite artist Dan McDaid (Judge Dredd) continue their critically acclaimed series with shocking new revelations!

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Title:Firefly: The Unification War Vol. 2
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781684154340
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    Firefly: The Unification War Vol. 2 Reviews

  • Sambora

    Volume 2 of The Unification War was not quite as strong or as coherent as the first entry, but it still contained with in it some fun moments and a brilliant building up of tensions and stakes through...

  • TJ

    This really feels like the tv show! It reads like a miniseries of episodes. I love how each character is getting their time to shine. And the colors are still fantastic. I’m also really growing to l...

  • Adam M

    *read for the YA Reading Challenge 2020*This volume ramps up what started in the first book in all the right ways. I'm excited by all the different ways Pak has ratcheted up the tension here. I mistak...

  • Emily

    Lots of action and laughs in volume 2 of the Unification War series. How I love Firefly! The only bummer is the cliffhanger ending and knowing I will have to wait a million years for the next one. The...

  • RG

    Yeh its got 140 pages in the 4 issues but I felt like nothing really happened. Still fun seeing these characters on pages...

  • Cale

    Muddled is the word I use for this. The plot gets muddled with so many different plot threads going at once; the art is often muddled, making characters hard to recognize (and muddy also seems appropr...

  • Shannon Appelcline

    This second volume of the new Firefly comics feels very much like a middle: lots of running around with nothing conclusive. There's strong characterization still, which is pretty much what carries the...

  • William

    I know some people think the follow up stories to Firefly are a bit rushed to fit in the time between the show and the film. But just enjoy them. I know I do. I miss the crew and Janye gets a bit of c...

  • Kathleen

    The continued story of history catching up with our favorite space cowboys. Very good tale, some fun new plot lines, maybe some mysteries get answered (eventually)?Very enjoyable....

  • Robert

    Nice to see side characters developed for more than one of two issues -- it's to rare in spin-off work. ...