Perhaps most interesting – and of keen interest to the fans – was Lucas’ concern about creative control of the storyline for the next trilogy, even after the sale. That’s conveyed in the following excerpt from the piece:

“Lucas had paid close attention to how Disney had handled Pixar, which he still refers to as ‘my company.’ He founded it as the Lucasfilm Computer Division in 1979, and sold it to [Steve] Jobs six years later. He calls Disney’s decision not to meddle with Pixar ‘brilliant.’ If he sold Lucasfilm to Disney, he figured there might still be a way to retain some influence over his fictitious universe. Much would depend on who ran Lucasfilm after he retired.”


That person, of course, was Kathleen Kennedy, who immediately accepted the offer. Details the story, “‘When Kathy came on, we started talking about starting up the whole franchise again,’ he [Lucas] says. ‘I was pulling away, and I said, “Well, I’ve got to build this company up so it functions without me, and we need to do something to make it attractive.” So I said, “Well, let’s just do these movies.”

“Lucas and Kennedy hired screenwriter Michael Arndt, who won an Oscar for Little Miss Sunshine, to begin work on the script for Episode VII. They enlisted Lawrence Kasdan, who wrote the screenplays for The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, to act as a consultant. Lucas started talking to members of the original Star Wars cast, such as Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford, about appearing in the films. In June 2012, he called Iger. In the five months of negotiations that followed, Lucas argued that the best people to make the next Star Wars trilogy would be his longtime Lucasfilm executives. ‘I had a group of very, very talented people that had worked for the company for many, many years and really knew how to market Star Wars, how to do the licensing and make the movies,’ Lucas explains. ‘I said, “I think it would be wise to keep some of this intact. We need a few people to oversee the property, you know, who are just dedicated to doing that, so we’re sure we get this right.”

“Iger understood Lucas’s concerns. ‘George said to me once that when he dies, it’s going to say “Star Wars creator George Lucas,”‘ he says. Still, Iger wanted to make sure that Lucas, who was used to controlling every aspect of Star Wars, from set design to lunchboxes, understood that Disney, not Lucasfilm, would have final say over any future movies. ‘We needed to have an understanding that if we acquire the company, despite tons of collegial conversations and collaboration, at the end of the day, we have to be the ones who sign off on whatever the plans are,’ says Alan Horn, chairman of Walt Disney Studios.

“…At first Lucas wouldn’t even turn over his rough sketches of the next three Star Wars films. When Disney executives asked to see them, he assured them they would be great and said they should just trust him. ‘Ultimately you have to say, “Look, I know what I’m doing. Buying my stories is part of what the deal is.” I’ve worked at this for 40 years, and I’ve been pretty successful,’ Lucas says. ‘I mean, I could have said, “Fine, well, I’ll just sell the company to somebody else.”‘

“Once Lucas got assurances from Disney in writing about the broad outlines of the deal, he agreed to turn over the treatments—but insisted they could only be read by Iger, Horn, and Kevin Mayer, Disney’s executive vice president for corporate strategy. ‘We promised,’ says Iger. ‘We had to sign an agreement.’

“When Iger finally got a look at the treatments, he was elated. ‘We thought from a storytelling perspective they had a lot of potential,’ he says.”

From previous interviews, we knew Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg) would be the lead of ABC’s S.H.I.E.L.D. show but we didn’t know how showrunners Maurissa Tancharoen, Joss,Jed, Jeffrey Bell and Jeph Loeb would accomplish this seeing as how Coulson died at the hands of Loki (Tom Hiddleston) in The Avengers. With the show taking place after the climatic battle with the Chituari in NYC many theorized that Coulson would be seen in flashback, that he was really a robot, a Skrull shape-shifter or something else equally outlandish. Well S.H.I.E.L.D. executive producer Joss Whedon told the crowd at SXSW that Coulson is in fact returning from the dead.


“I’ll tell you guys this, Heimlich,” Whedon joked, before effectively clamming up about the show. “I can’t talk about it,” he admitted, but said that he did bring Coulson back from the dead for the ABC drama. “Yes. For realsies.”

Now that it’s established that Coulson really did die in The Avengers and that Fury didn’t lie to the other Avengers, the question now is HOW does Coulson come back from the dead? There are a number of items and methods that this could be used to accomplish this in the pages of Marvel Comics but the vast majority of such devices have yet to be presented in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

No matter how they do it, it’s safe to say Agent Coulson is a badass at this point.

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Marvel Studios pioneer Kevin Feige recently talked extensively with SFX Magazine about the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While he previously reassured that “cosmic” wouldn’t be a fair description of Phase Two, Feige was asked whether “magic” would be fitting for Phase Three.

“I’m not looking at Phase One as grounded and Phase Two as cosmic and Phase 3 as magic. The films are all so eclectic and different from each other that you can’t overarchingly categorize them like that. If and when we enter the magic arena, it will be through Doctor Strange. Sure, obviously. And that’s to me what’s exciting about Doctor Strange.”

Before Phase Three of the shared Marvel Universe kicks-off with Ant-Man in late 2015, The Avengers 2 will conclude the 2nd Phase earlier that same year. When asked about director Joss Whedon’s “go deeper, not bigger” comment, Feige said:

“I don’t know exactly what he meant when he said “deeper”. But, similar to Iron Man 3, we’re not saying, “Now it’s gotta be even bigger and more aliens come and there’s a giant monster!” The most exciting thing to us about the Iron Man franchise is Tony Stark and his journey. The most exciting thing to us about the Avengers franchise is the interaction amongst those characters. It’s putting them in situations that you wouldn’t expect to see them in. It’s that kind of fun; and the relationships between the characters in the Avengers, which I loved. Almost whatever the heck else is happening is gravy in that franchise, because all I care about is Bruce and Tony, Tony and Steve, Widow and Bruce – and how Thor fits into it, because he’s always the outsider amongst outsiders. So I think that’s where the value lies. And going deeper amongst those characters in those relationships.”

When pressed about taking risks in the future, Feige offered, “Look, never say never. We had Thanos sitting on a throne at the end of Avengers, we got Malekith in Thor, we’ve got Falcon in Cap 2. We always take our cues from the most successful elements of the comics.”

Although not much is known about The Avengers sequel, one thing that Feige and Whedon have reassured is that we should expect new additions to the roster of Earth Mightiest Heroes when they reassemble on the big-screen. Whether those characters will be Vision, Scarlet Witch, Giant-Man/Goliath, or Wonder Man, Feige reiterates: “I think it’s not a secret that Joss and I and all of us at Marvel think that part of the fun of Avengers is the rotating team, for sure [laughs].”

Marvel Studios already describes their highly-anticipated sequel to the No. 3 highest grossing film of all time, “Marvel’s The Avengers,” as another “big cinematic event.” And expected to feature the reassembly of iconic Marvel super heroes Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye, Black Widow & Nick Fury taking on a new unexpected enemy, new additions to the superhero team up of a lifetime are possible.

Expecting reprisals from Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner and Samuel L. Jackson, and directed by Joss Whedon from a screenplay by Joss Whedon, “Marvel’s The Avengers” sequel is based on the ever-popular Marvel comic book series “The Avengers,” first published in 1963 and a comics institution ever since. And set for release May 1, 2015, the film is distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. In addition to the sequel, Marvel Studios will release a slate of films based on the Marvel characters including “Iron Man 3” on May 3, 2013; “Thor: The Dark World ” on November 8, 2013; “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” on April 4, 2014; and “Guardians of the Galaxy” on August 1, 2014.

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Marvel’s “Phase Two” set of films will officially begin this year with Iron Man 3 on May 3 and it only gets bigger from there. Marvel Studios President of Production Kevin Feige is the man behind it all and he knows all the little secrets for the upcoming films. In an interview with SFX Magazine, he spoke about the scale and genres of all their upcoming films and says that the word “Cosmic” isn’t exactly how he’d describe the phase as a whole.

“The Thor film and the Guardians of the Galaxy film certainly are cosmic. Guardians and Thor will take the brunt of the cosmic side of the universe, particularly Guardians, which is 95% in space. I think Iron Man 3 shows the other side of Phase 2, which is delving deeper into the characters. Throwing them on a much more personal journey. And Captain America will showcase… What’s exciting to me about Cap – sort of about Iron Man 3 too if you look at it – is it’s tonally almost like a different genre. Shane Black’s described Iron Man 3 as a Tom Clancy sort of political thriller, which I like a lot. We hired our directors on Cap because they loved our explanation that we really want to make a ’70s political thriller masquerading as a big superhero movie. Just like with the first film – we got Joe Johnston because we said, ‘We want to do a ’40s World War Two movie masquerading as a big superhero movie.’ I love that we’re doing a sequel to a film that’s a completely different genre than the first film. I think that’s fun. And the comics do it all the time.”

Of all the films that Marvel will be making over the next few years, the one we probably know the least about is Guardians of the Galaxy which Feige says will be a standalone film to a degree and isn’t completely integral to The Avengers sequel as the other solo films are.

“It’s much more of a standalone film. It takes place in the same universe. And when we’ve been on the other side of that universe in other movies, you might see those characteristics in Guardians, but the Avengers are not involved with what’s happening out there at this time.”

Phase Two kicks off this year with Iron Man 3 on May 3,  Thor: The Dark World on November 8, 2013, Captain America: The Winter Soldier on April 4, 2014, Guardians of the Galaxy on August 1, 2014, and The Avengers 2 on May 1, 2015.


-Chris Zaragoza


The popularity of Samsung smartphones in the last two years is a big part of the shift towards handsets with 4-inch+ screens. For a company like BlackBerry to attempt a rebirth into the mobile ecosystem, they would be crazy not to try and release a phone in that same arena. Luckily, they did packing their new smartphone with some very nice tech, enough that the Z10 is a viable competitor to the Galaxy S3. The real question here is, is it enough or are they coming to the party too late to stay alive?

So, BlackBerry Z10 vs. the Samsung Galaxy S3 — which phone offers the best overall experience?

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The Samsung Galaxy S3 is actually more than one phone. For the purposes of this comparison, we will be looking at the US LTE version of Samsung’s flagship smartphone. This means we will be looking at a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor clocked at 1.5Ghz with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage with a removable microSD card slot, and a 2100mAh battery. That specs list reads nearly line for line the same as the BlackBerry Z10, with a few seemingly insignificant differences. The BlackBerry Z10 is actually running a 1.5Ghz  Snapdragon S4 Pro, which is a slightly different (system-on-a-chip) SoC than the regular S4.

The S4 Pro offers a more powerful GPU and more capable processor in terms of both performance and power consumption. As a result, the BlackBerry Z10 is able to pack an 1800mAh battery and still offer the same usage expectancy as the Galaxy S3.


The Galaxy S3 and Blackberry Z10 also feature 8MP cameras, though the Z10′s 2MP front facing camera is just slightly higher resolution than the 1.9MP on the SGS3. While the GS3 has an excellent camera the Z10′s has been faulted for it’s performance in very low light. (It works great in normal lighting though.)

The most obvious difference between the two phones is the screen size, where Samsung’s 4.8-inch screen is noticeable larger than the 4.2-inch on the BlackBerry Z10. The quality of the screens, despite the size difference, is similar as well. The 720p AMOLED screen on the Galaxy S3 is 306ppi will offer deeper blacks and sharper colors than the 1280×768 LCD display on the Z10, but BlackBerry’s 356ppi IPS screen will hold up better in direct sunlight than the Galaxy S3.

Both phones also feature Bluetooth 4.0, dual band 802.11 A/G/N WiFi, NFC, and an LTE radio. Neither phone supports wireless charging out of the box, but the Galaxy S3 can if you replace the battery cover with one that offers the feature.

On paper, these phones are about as close to identical as you can get, though the Galaxy S3 has been out for almost a year and Samsung is rumored to be right around the corner from releasing a vastly superior Galaxy S4.

Look and feel

While these two smartphones are nearly identical under the hood, the Galaxy S3 and the BlackBerry Z10 couldn’t look more different on the outside. Samsung designed the S3 to be nothing but curves and smooth soft plastic. In your hand the Galaxy S3 feels ultralight, to the point of making me terrified of dropping it. Unlike previous Samsung phones the Galaxy S3 manages to feel solid, meaning the plastic doesn’t flex or bend as you squeeze it in your hand. The Galaxy S3 was released in several colors, though the pebble blue and white models are by far the most common.

The BlackBerry Z10 is only 0.1 ounce heavier than the 4.7 oz Galaxy S3, but the phone feels very different in the hand. The Z10 feels like a brick, made of thicker plastics with a variety of textures across the surface of the phone. while Samsung worked to make the S3 feel like a single solid piece of plastic, the Z10′s textured back and hard lines offer a more industrial experience. The S3 is taller, wider, and just slightly thinner than the Blackberry Z10, placing the phone right on the edge of being uncomfortable to use with one hand.

If you’re choosing a phone based purely on look and feel, the Galaxy S3 would win on style points alone. If you’re interested in a phone that feels like it would survive a drop or two, the Z10 will be much more your pace.




Easily the biggest difference between these two phones are the operating systems. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is running a heavily modified version of Android that Samsung calls “TouchWiz”, while the Z10 is running the all new BB10 OS optimized for an all screen experience. Samsung and BlackBerry have both focused on a gesture driven experience with their operating systems, though Samsung still keeps a few hardware buttons around for navigation. BlackBerry 10 has a very rigid user experience with a handful of personal options, while Samsung’s flavor of Android OS has more settings and options than BlackBerry World has apps to install on the Z10.

Apps are a big deal for a smartphone today, and while it may not be fair to compare the massive library of apps, music, and movies in the Google Play Store to the brand new BlackBerry World, users are going to want to go where they know apps are being made. BlackBerry worked hard to make sure there were 70,000 apps ready to go in their new store, but the next step will be to convince major app developers to make BlackBerry a priority when making new apps. When you see that sign in the store that says “check out our app!” if the BlackBerry logo doesn’t start showing up soon it will cause users to lose interest.

And the winner is…

Existing BlackBerry users, or users who have been waiting for BlackBerry users to make an effort should be very excited for the Z10, but it would take a lot to convince someone who has never used a smartphone before to pick that phone over the Galaxy S3.

Put simply, there’s nothing you can do on a BlackBerry Z10 (that the average user is actually interested in doing) that you can’t do on a Galaxy S3, except for BBM. In fact, if you chose to, you could re-create most of the BlackBerry 10 user experience on the Galaxy S3 by installing a custom launcher and a virtual keyboard that emulated the features in BB10. Unfortunately for Blackberry, lack of REAL app support is going to kill them yet again. Deciding to get into the game “for real” at this point feels a bit “too little too late”.


-Adam Royal




The first question asked when a new phone is released usually has something to do with how it stacks up against the competition. The HTC One managed to walk an entire crowd of people through a smartphone unveiling without once mentioning details about the components, numerical specifications, or even what version of the Android operating system the phone runs.

Samsung’s approach to the Galaxy S3 user interface, the TouchWiz overlay, focuses on organic elements. Their whole “inspired by nature” theme is represented in water droplet notification tones, the use of bright natural colors, and a soft, flowing approach to animations. TouchWiz is also packed with features that are dormant the first time you turn the phone on, but allow the user to create a compelling and unique experience. You can move apps across desktops be moving your phone through the air, or allow the camera to keep the screen on as long as it can detect your eyes.

The TouchWiz Nature UX has grown since its launch to allow for multitasking and an enhanced sharing tool through Multi-Window support and Smart Share Direct with NFC control. The longer you use the phone, the more it becomes your own personalized experience.

The new HTC Sense user interface, one of the key points to the release of the HTC One, focuses heavily on delivering an experience to the users. The “BlinkFeed” — basically a full-page content feed filled with social media, images, and blog posts — grabs content and organizes it in a way that HTC has determined through intense research into what users will want. This feed consumes one whole page of the desktop, and HTC expects that most users will treat this as their home page.

The One’s new camera features HTC Zoe, a software tool designed to grab a handful of frames around a photo you want to take and use it to create a short video clip. HTC is the editor and producer in Zoe, with the user as the cameraman and the customer at the same time.

If you’re looking to personalize your HTC One, Sense offers a handful of helpful themes for both the homescreen and lockscreen that will allow you to completely re-skin the UI to fit your needs. The whole experience is very pleasing to the eye, and allows users of any skill level to appreciate the phone.



If you were to compare the specs of these two phones on paper, the Galaxy S3 would lose hands down. This isn’t surprising because the Galaxy S3 was released right around a year ago. The One’s Snapdragon 600 offers a 40% bump in performance over the S4 Pro, which is one full generation ahead of the Snapdragon S4 in the Galaxy S3. In other words, the HTC One is faster and is able to do more with less battery drain. The 2300mAh battery in the HTC One is likely to last longer than the 3300mAh expansion battery that is available for the Galaxy S3.

If you’re not all that concerned by what’s under the hood, the design decisions between Samsung and HTC offer a considerable choice. Samsung’s design is one of flexible, removable plastics. The battery and microSD card slot on the Galaxy S3 serve as a constant reminder that you can expand this phone at will. If a users wants to add wireless charging to their Galaxy S3, they can simply replace the battery plate with one that supports the technology. It’s a flexible design that many users appreciate knowing exists even if they never use it.

The HTC One continues the line of completely sealed phones with its aluminum unibody design. This has two major implications — no expandable storage and no replaceable battery. There are only two storage options and no microSD, but in return you get a phone that feels remarkably solid and absolutely smooth from edge to edge. The The 1080p screen on the HTC One feels like it could outshine the sun, while the Super Amoled display on the Galaxy S3 shows incredibly color richness with very deep blacks.

The two phones offer very different hardware choices, but neither one is necessarily better than the other.

It all comes down to you

Samsung and HTC have very different approached to the smartphone right now, in both hardware and software. Samsung is looking for the the best way to grab as many users as possible and let them figure things out for themselves. HTC has made a very targeted approach for users who are interested in consuming and creating media for themselves.

If your smartphone is a constant source of entertainment, whether its music, movies, or games, the HTC One is your phone. If you’re not really sure what you want from your phone, but you’re really interested in everything, the Galaxy S3 will keep you busy for a long time, even if you decide you’d like to root the phone and explore the ROM community.

There’s also price to consider. The One is going to be available for $199 on a new contract, while the now year old Galaxy S3 is headed out the door as soon as its successor — like the Galaxy S4 — arrives some time this spring. The Galaxy S3 will be available on deals and specials that the HTC One won’t be on for a long time.

The cast of X-men: First Class will be back in the middle of it mixing it up with the original cast.






-Chris Zaragoza



Bryan Singer recently talked to IGN to talk about X-Men: Days of Future Past, and there are a few things that I think fans are going to be happy to hear. First of all he’s going to use the film as an opportunity to fix some things that went wrong with Brett Ratner‘s X-Men: The Last Stand. It will be easy for him to do that since the new X-Men film includes a time travel element.

IGN: One thing that’s interesting about the alternate universe/timeline in Days of Future Past is that it could potentially give you the opportunity to revisit things that happened in the third film in terms of characters and endings that you might like to see changed.

Bryan Singer: You mean, what you’re politely saying is, “fix s**t.” Is that what you’re saying? That’s what I’m hearing. [Laughing]

IGN: [Laughing] Maybe…

Singer: There’s going to be a little of that, a few things I can repair.

IGN: Are fans going to be pleased with these things you will be repairing?

Singer: I think so, I think so, yes.


That means there’s a possibility that we can actually see James Marsden back as Cyclops and Famke Janssen back as Jean Grey who had their characters die in The Last Stand. When Singer is asked if he’d like to see these characters in the next movie he said,

Who wouldn’t? Who wouldn’t? [Laughing] That’s all I can say.

It would be amazing to see them come back. The director goes on to talk about the time travel story elements, and explains the balance between the First Class characters and original characters.

The movie takes place at different times. It deals with, I don’t want to say time travel, but time displacement. A form of time travel which is steeped more in the X-Men [mythos].

The majority of it…or that part of it, takes place in the early 70’s, 1973. So Nixon is a character, and there will be different styles and automobiles. And there will be some futuristic, as well as retro, technology which you haven’t seen. There are science fiction aspects of the movie, and then there’s some retro science fiction that the X-Men films haven’t had quite yet. So we’re exploring that, which will be fun. And there’s an attitude [difference]. We discover our characters, particularly the younger characters, at a different place in their lives. Every character you discover in this movie is in a completely different place than you’ve ever seen, emotionally, and it’s about them moving through that. Hilarity ensues!

Singer also talks about expanding the X-Men movie universe, and that they are thinking about how they can do that.

I think that if you really examine the X-Men universe it’s every bit as big as the Marvel universe. There are lesser characters, but if you take certain characters there are a myriad of films you could make, and stories you could tell, with these characters as individuals. Wolverine being one of them, and that’s currently being done. But you could really mine this universe. I’m glad to return to it and I’d like to get more involved in it because it hasn’t really been orchestrated – somewhat with the Wolverine pictures – but I think there is a lot more that one can do.

It’s just something we’re thinking about. Really my big focus was this movie. Because it’s really massive, and we’re going to start shooting soon. But we’re talking, [producer] Lauren Shuler Donner and I, and we’ll see.

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With Singer back on board, I’m confident we’re going to see another great X-Men movie! Are you happy to hear that he’s going to be fixing some things, and that there’s a possibility we’ll see Cyclops and Jean Grey back for more action?

It’s set to be released on July 18th, 2014. Simon Kinberg wrote the script, and it is based on Chris Claremont and John Byrne’s comic book storyline, Days of Future Past, that ran in “Uncanny X-Men” #141 and 142 back in 1981. The story is set in an alternate future where surviving mutants have been thrown in concentration camps, Sentinels are patrolling America, and most of the X-Men have been hunted down and killed. The present day X-Men are forced to stop a key event from unfolding in order to keep that future from occurring.

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So far the confirmed cast members for the film include Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Peter Dinklage, Anna Paquin, Ellen Page, Shawn Ashmore, and Hugh Jackman.

The cast of X-men: First Class will be back in the middle of it mixing it up with the original cast.

-Chris Zaragoza

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Captain America is one of my favorite Marvel characters, and I’m very excited to see what directors Anthony and Joe Russo are going to throw at us. Marvel President Kevin Feige recently talked to Variety about the films he’s working on and when talking about the comic book film genre he said,

“If it is a fad, it’s one that lasts 30 to 40 years, as the Western did, because each one is so different. There’s an opportunity to graft almost sub-genres onto them.”

He then goes on to reveal that Captain America: The Winter Soldier is going to be more of a political thriller,

“Our first Captain America film was a World War II picture, and the next is a political thriller. They all have their own textures and patinas, and that’s what is exciting about it.”

I enjoy political thrillers, so the fact that this is going to be the tone of the movie is great news!

Chris Evans is set to reprise his role as Steve Rogers, with Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, and Cobie Smulders reprising their roles as well. Franchise newcomers include Anthony Mackie in the role of the Falcon, Frank Grillo as Crossbones, and Emily VanCamp as Sharon Carter. The film arrives in 2D and 3D theaters on April 4, 2014.



-Chris Zaragoza


Recently leaked concept art images from Iron Man 3 show both space and hulk buster armor sets. There is no telling if these are going to be in use during the movie or just added for future installments as Iron man is set to be a part of the Guardians of the Galaxy and of course Avengers 2. This may also be set to be used in the rumored Planet Hulk/World War Hulk movies.


Either way I’m loving that we keep getting more and more greatness from the Marvel family of movies. Now if they could just get all the rights under one roof to give us a REAL civil war movie…



-Chris Zaragoza


     A press release has just been issued by  Margaret Weis Productions (creators of 2005s Serenity RPG) that they have received the licensing to make a Firefly tabletop RPG!

In the press release, Margaret Weis Productions says they are looking to release products this spring both in print and digital formats. We will also most likely receive an update of the Cortex System, which was the basis for the Serenity tabletop RPG. Margaret Weis writes, ”

This project is a dream come true for me. I have been such a long-time fan of Firefly! I look forward to working with my crew to take us all back out into the Black!”

Margaret Weis Productions have also developed tabletop RPGs for other popular franchises, includingLeverageSmallville, and for Marvel Comics.

They had previously teased this possibility but were unable to say anything officially as they were still negotiating with Twentieth Century Fox.


What do you guys think? With Fox licensing this property so much recently could another run be possible? Maybe Alan Tudyk’s plan to release at least another season via netflix isn’t SO crazy.