All New Firefly #1

Writer: David M. Booher Artist: Jordi Perez Publisher: Boom! Studios Release Date: February 23, 2022 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
7.5Critic Rating
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The new creative team of rising star writer David M. Booher (Canto) and artist Jordi Pérez (Queen of Bad Dreams) kickoff an all-new, shiny direction for the crew of the Serenity!
Captain Kaylee leads the crew on a heist that proves too much for their moral code, but when mercenaries steal the relics anyway, it turns into a recovery mission.
Meanwhile, unexpected revelations about Jayne's family and past further complicate things.
But how will Jayne's past collide with the crew's desperate present, especially when it leads them to steal from... not the thieves den they had in mind...

  • 9.0
    COMICON - Scott Redmond Mar 3, 2022

    All-New Firefly kicks off a whole new series of adventures while returning the series to most of its western science-fiction caper-style roots, shining a light on previously unexplored areas. At the same time, while the book captures all the energy and style of the show that inspired it those involved make sure to put their own stamps on every aspect making this something familiar but new on all levels. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    ComicBook.com - Jamie Lovett Feb 23, 2022

    It's not an outstanding issue but it is a stellar reset setting the stage for the series' new era. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    BDG Comics Feb 28, 2022

    Really unfair score from the critic reviews. This issue is a great introduction to a new Firefly series. While it doesn't wow the reader with anything new or crazy, it has good callbacks to the original show without being boring. The worst part about it is the cover price. The book has a very high PPP (price per page). $5 with about 21 pages of content which is about $.40 a page. Considering the quality AND quantity are very similar to Spawn titles, which have a $3 cover price (about $.07 per page) it almost feels like someone who wears a suit every day is using this comic as a simple metric/gauge to see how much money they can still squeeze out of the Firefly franchise rather than a love letter to it or its fans.

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