Two Kaylee costumes are better than one, and that’s especially true when one of the cosplayers has a beard. This Firefly duo was spotted at Wizard World Philadelphia. As much as I love Kaylee’s fluffy dress, the guy’s expression as well as his tiny pigtails pretty much win everything. Someone give that man a basket of strawberries.
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Serenity has its own personalized Firefly repair manual, though it won’t do you much good printed on a shirt when you’re stranded in deep space and Kaylee is out cold.
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Well, that is certainly one way to wear a Jayne hat. There’s been a ton of controversy around the cunning hat lately but technically it’s just for the hat – not bikini tops or bras. This is a creative and uh, memorable interpretation of the iconic look.
You know we like our Firefly tees around here, so when we saw these by forevermelody, we had to share.
Currently, she has art prints and tees of Zoe, Wash, Inara, Kaylee, River, and Mal. She also has art prints Jayne and Book. No word on Simon. Prices vary depending on format.
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Jayne Cobb’s cunning hat has caused a whole lot of fuss around the ‘verse in the past week. So much so that it’s warranted it’s own t-shirt design. Geekchic Tees has captured the saga in this brown and orange tee called “you can’t take this hat from me.” It’s also available in blue and brown.
Earnings from the first month of sales for this t-shirt will be donated to Can’t Stop the Serenity. I think Jayne would approve of doing this kind of good.
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Last week, Fox once again set the Browncoats of the world into a tizzy when it sent out cease and desist letters to Etsy sellers making Jayne hats after they licensed the product officially. ThinkGeek began selling the official Jayne hats but, in response to fans, chose to donate all proceeds to the Can’t Stop the Serenity charity. End of story? Not quite.
One very witty Firefly fan is crocheting a special Jane hat. This is not a Jayne hat, but a Jane hat and it has it’s own backstory involving a man in a brown coat and an evil fox. The story is awesome and you can and should read the entire thing over at CraftOtaku’s Etsy site. It just may be the best legend in the ‘Verse.
If you checked in with us yesterday, you probably read about the uproar over the new Jayne’s Hat being sold at ThinkGeek. The problem isn’t the hat itself, but the fact that creating an officially licensed product allows Fox to send cease and desist letters to all those Etsy sellers who were knitting the hats. The Browncoats of the world did not approve and ThinkGeek took action.
Browncoats, we hear your concerns about the cease and desist on Etsy Jayne Hat sellers!
We weren’t involved in that process, but we have reached out to FOX and we’ve heard what you’ve had to say. As a result, we’ve decided to donate the profits from all Jayne Hat sales on our site to Can’t Stop the Serenity, a Browncoat charity dear to ThinkGeek’s heart that raises funds and awareness in support of Equality Now. We’ll continue making that donation until we run out of stock.
We hope the Hero of Canton himself would approve.
Score one for fans making themselves heard, and for a company listening and doing something to make things right.
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Steamboat Willie only wished he had a ship as cool as this one. Wash is whistlin’ away, steering the Serenity through the ‘Verse without a care in the world in this Disney/Firefly mash-up.
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