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Mal Reynolds said becoming a Sheriff wouldn’t change him - but now that he’s been ordered to arrest the crew of Serenity, the ‘verse is gonna put the former Captain to the ultimate test! SHERIFF MAL REYNOLDS VS SERENITY?! When the notorious outlaw Mal Reynolds agreed to wear a sheriff's badge, he figured he could change a thing or two about how "justice" is dispensed in the Mal Reynolds said becoming a Sheriff wouldn’t change him - but now that he’s been ordered to arrest the crew of Serenity, the ‘verse is gonna put the former Captain to the ultimate test! SHERIFF MAL REYNOLDS VS SERENITY?! When the notorious outlaw Mal Reynolds agreed to wear a sheriff's badge, he figured he could change a thing or two about how "justice" is dispensed in the 'Verse. And maybe he did. But his former crew members on Serenity are about to find out if the badge has changed him -- when he finally throws them in jail! With the whole 'Verse turned upside down, a new outlaw appears on the scene., calling himself the Bandit King, and he’s bound and determined to take Mal's old position as the most incorrigibly independent law-bender around. Has Mal finally met his match? They say you can't trick a trickster, but in this brand new 'Verse, Mal may be in for the surprise of his life. New York Times best-selling writer Greg Pak (Darth Vader) and rising star artist Lalit Kumar Sharma (Daredevil) present the next exciting chapter continuing Joss Whedon’s acclaimed series. Collects Firefly #16-20.


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Mal Reynolds said becoming a Sheriff wouldn’t change him - but now that he’s been ordered to arrest the crew of Serenity, the ‘verse is gonna put the former Captain to the ultimate test! SHERIFF MAL REYNOLDS VS SERENITY?! When the notorious outlaw Mal Reynolds agreed to wear a sheriff's badge, he figured he could change a thing or two about how "justice" is dispensed in the Mal Reynolds said becoming a Sheriff wouldn’t change him - but now that he’s been ordered to arrest the crew of Serenity, the ‘verse is gonna put the former Captain to the ultimate test! SHERIFF MAL REYNOLDS VS SERENITY?! When the notorious outlaw Mal Reynolds agreed to wear a sheriff's badge, he figured he could change a thing or two about how "justice" is dispensed in the 'Verse. And maybe he did. But his former crew members on Serenity are about to find out if the badge has changed him -- when he finally throws them in jail! With the whole 'Verse turned upside down, a new outlaw appears on the scene., calling himself the Bandit King, and he’s bound and determined to take Mal's old position as the most incorrigibly independent law-bender around. Has Mal finally met his match? They say you can't trick a trickster, but in this brand new 'Verse, Mal may be in for the surprise of his life. New York Times best-selling writer Greg Pak (Darth Vader) and rising star artist Lalit Kumar Sharma (Daredevil) present the next exciting chapter continuing Joss Whedon’s acclaimed series. Collects Firefly #16-20.

30 review for Firefly: New Sheriff in the 'Verse Vol. 2

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ronie

    They're not *amazing ... but it's so nice to "come home" to Serenity, to Mal, River, Zoe, Wash, Kaylee, Book, Jayne, and Simon ... Kinda thinking this will never get old ... They're not *amazing ... but it's so nice to "come home" to Serenity, to Mal, River, Zoe, Wash, Kaylee, Book, Jayne, and Simon ... Kinda thinking this will never get old ...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    The less time the original gang spends together the less enjoyable the series becomes.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dakota Morgan

    Sheriff Mal corrals a killer with some suspicious hi-tech armor, then takes down a new "Bandit King" who's intent on helping Kaylee's outlaw efforts. In both cases, the story concludes with a muted "big reveal," dampening the impact. This second volume of New Sheriff in the 'Verse is better than the first, but it's still a mixed bag of good dialogue and mediocre storytelling. One missing piece: the crew of the Firefly aren't acting much like a cohesive crew now that Mal's a sheriff. And Greg Pak Sheriff Mal corrals a killer with some suspicious hi-tech armor, then takes down a new "Bandit King" who's intent on helping Kaylee's outlaw efforts. In both cases, the story concludes with a muted "big reveal," dampening the impact. This second volume of New Sheriff in the 'Verse is better than the first, but it's still a mixed bag of good dialogue and mediocre storytelling. One missing piece: the crew of the Firefly aren't acting much like a cohesive crew now that Mal's a sheriff. And Greg Pak seems intent on introducing new content to the Firefly universe (good!), but doesn't delve into the specifics. Namely, I'd like to know more about the internal Blue Sun struggles - a political battle within a galaxy-spanning corporate empire sounds neat, if not exactly classic Firefly. Finally: (view spoiler)[Mal was the bandit king all along? I didn't bother to re-read any issues, but that seems patently implausible that he could dupe everyone with a voice-changer. He'd almost certainly have to have been in two places at once! (hide spoiler)]

  4. 4 out of 5

    David

    This run is when I finally gave up on the Firefly comics. It’s not Firefly. The characters don’t act or sound like themselves. Mask leaving Serenity to play at sheriff for a job I could see; leaving Serenity for good to be sheriff? No way. Pak clearly wants to tell his own story, but it’s not a Firefly story anymore.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Milan Pohl

    Greg Pak potvrzuje, že dokáže psát Firefly se správnou směsicí nového a starého - a nejen to, hlavně s nějakou vizí, kam směřovat a jak děj rozvíjet. Drobnou vadou na kráse je fakt, že jeho vize občas trochu drhne s dříve vzniklými příběhy z univerza Firefly/Serenity, nejen staršími komiksy, ale příležitostně i s původním seriálem a filmem. Jo, a Leonard, který balí Kaylee, mi připadá čím dál otravnější. Nebýt těchto dvou výtek, tentokrát by to bylo na plné hodnocení, celý příběh "šerif Mal vs. Greg Pak potvrzuje, že dokáže psát Firefly se správnou směsicí nového a starého - a nejen to, hlavně s nějakou vizí, kam směřovat a jak děj rozvíjet. Drobnou vadou na kráse je fakt, že jeho vize občas trochu drhne s dříve vzniklými příběhy z univerza Firefly/Serenity, nejen staršími komiksy, ale příležitostně i s původním seriálem a filmem. Jo, a Leonard, který balí Kaylee, mi připadá čím dál otravnější. Nebýt těchto dvou výtek, tentokrát by to bylo na plné hodnocení, celý příběh "šerif Mal vs. Modré slunce vs. Serenity", okořeněný velmi zábavnou a vynalézavou zápletkou s "Králem banditů" (která je při druhém čtení snad ještě vtipnější), se opravdu povedl.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    Another good story in the Firefly universe from Pak and crew. While has been acting as the new Sheriff to get close to and learn more about Blue Sun, his friends have been robbing them over and over and it's drawn the attention of some powerful people. Mal tries to convince them to lie low for a while or commit their robberies in another sector, but Kaylee, Jayne, and Benitez-Chang just accuse of Mal of getting soft and working for the man. How can Mal protect his friends and satisfy those in po Another good story in the Firefly universe from Pak and crew. While has been acting as the new Sheriff to get close to and learn more about Blue Sun, his friends have been robbing them over and over and it's drawn the attention of some powerful people. Mal tries to convince them to lie low for a while or commit their robberies in another sector, but Kaylee, Jayne, and Benitez-Chang just accuse of Mal of getting soft and working for the man. How can Mal protect his friends and satisfy those in power who want the thieves caught ... or eliminated?

  7. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    A fun twist focused on new scenes and characters rather than trying to "repeat the formula" just to sell books. Some are unhappy because Pak is trying new things, but I think it's fine. I feel like of the show hadn't been cancelled there would have been little off shoot stories like these around season 3 or 4. At first I was unhappy with how they were treating it, but it's just a different approach. Boom isnt dark horse. I didnt like the direction this was going, but with time I think it's reall A fun twist focused on new scenes and characters rather than trying to "repeat the formula" just to sell books. Some are unhappy because Pak is trying new things, but I think it's fine. I feel like of the show hadn't been cancelled there would have been little off shoot stories like these around season 3 or 4. At first I was unhappy with how they were treating it, but it's just a different approach. Boom isnt dark horse. I didnt like the direction this was going, but with time I think it's really growing on me.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Gene Morris

    It's okay. It doesn't feel quite right though. I dislike it when half the cast is off screen for most of the volume. I think I may be done with these comics. It's okay. It doesn't feel quite right though. I dislike it when half the cast is off screen for most of the volume. I think I may be done with these comics.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Xavier Marturet

    One of the best Greg Pak's Firefly stories. Here it's really like to watch new TV episodes. One of the best Greg Pak's Firefly stories. Here it's really like to watch new TV episodes.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Heather

  11. 4 out of 5

    Laurie A Friedman

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kayla

  13. 4 out of 5

    Steve Armatys

  14. 4 out of 5

    David Barnett

  15. 4 out of 5

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  16. 4 out of 5

    Joey Meyer

  17. 4 out of 5

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  18. 5 out of 5

    Chad Guarino

  19. 4 out of 5

    Maetthu

  20. 5 out of 5

    Zenaficus

  21. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

  22. 4 out of 5

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  23. 5 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

    Karen

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ben Cooper

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    Brian Kupfer

  27. 4 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

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    John Keefauver

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