You absolutely have to sing the Firefly theme song as you walk around in these Serenity plush slippers. It’s mandatory. You’ll also want to make starship noises with every step.
They are going offer a smooth ride.
Remember that awesome 18-inch Firefly Serenity plush? Well, it had a baby. You can display both of them together. You should never separate a mother from her child after all.
Maybe it’s just me, but the smaller the Serenity gets, the cuter it looks.
There are plenty of Firefly collectibles out there, such as the plush Serenity ship we talked about a few months back, and the awesome Firefly playing cards which just broke cover. ThinkGeek has something new that Firefly fans will love.
If you ever wanted a little Serenity to sit on your bed or perhaps to beat your siblings with, here it is. This is a stuffed plush Firefly Serenity ship and it even has a hand hold in the bottom so you can fly it around one handed.
Valentine’s Day is almost here. I hope you have something as cool as this Diamond Serenity Firefly necklace to give your girl – though I doubt it. It doesn’t get much better than this. Firefly’s Serenity is a beautiful gold and sapphire necklace that will keep the ship and the show close to your heart.
I’m from Texas, and around here you don’t have to look very long or hard to see someone wearing a giant belt buckle. They usually come with hats, cowboy boots, and Wrangler jeans. If you want to fit in with the big belt buckle crowd, but aren’t into western wear, here is your ticket.
If you are a fan of Firefly, you might recall a while back we mentioned that Funko was working on a line of its Pop! action figures featuring the crew of the Serenity. It’s been a couple of years now since we talked about those action figures and you can now buy them on ThinkGeek for $9.99 each.
Firefly fans who have some data they need to hide for the Reavers, get out your credit cards. ThinkGeek has a Firefly Serenity Flash drive that is made from die-cast metal. It’s shiny and it’s awesome.
Thanksgiving is this week and that means that many folks will be dragging out the Christmas decorations this weekend and putting them up. If you are ready to decorate your Christmas tree and you happen to like science fiction shows, you need this ornament.
There has been a glut of collector’s edition Yahtzee games over the last few months. We have already seen a Plants vs Zombies edition and a Walking Dead edition. Now sci-fi geeks can get their own custom dice game with the Firefly Yahtzee edition.
Duct tape is a wonderful invention. It can be used for all sorts of things from the actual taping of ducts to holding the windshield or fender on your car. You can also use duct tape as an artistic medium, as a dude named Jacob LaRocca demonstrated at the World Maker Faire.
Growing up, the local dollar store had these cool papercraft coloring books that had pages of spaceships you could color and then fold to create 3D ships I liked to hang from my ceiling. QMx has a great papercraft reproduction of Serenity from Firefly that reminds me a lot of those coloring books from my youth.
I liked Firefly when it was on the air, but I wasn’t a rabid fan like some people. If you find yourself in the latter category, check out this gigantic Serenity replica from QMx. This is the biggest Serenity replica it has made so far at 1:124 scale.
You can’t take the sky from me. But if you have a spare CD-Rom drive you can try to make a miniature Serenity ship like this one from Daniel Shankalonian, but it wouldn’t turn out nearly as good I’m sure.
Damn. We see plenty of amazing things here at Technabob, but this has to be the best LEGO ship in the universe. This amazing reproduction of Serenity in LEGO bricks measures 7 feet-long. It’s also 135 pounds, is made of 70,000 bricks, and it took 475 hours (spread over 21 months) to complete.