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NYCC 2015: ‘Firefly’ Reunion With Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk & More!
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Firefly NYCC Panel 1

Years after its cancellation, Firefly is still very much alive. To the delight of fans of the cult hit, New York Comic-Con held a Firefly Reunion panel on Saturday, October 10th. Believe it or not, it’s been 10 years since the release of the show’s companion film, Serenity. Stars Gina Torres, Nathan Fillion, and Jewel Staite were all scheduled to grace the stage for the Q&A, and all three arrived, with the addition of surprise guest Alan Tudyk!

Although Tudyk needed to meet Amy Acker to work on ADR (additional dialogue recorded) for their show, Con Man, he was able to stay for the first 20 minutes of the panel. He thrilled the crowd early on by announcing that “everyone on the stage here is in this season of Con Man.” In fact, viewers can see both Torres and Staite on the show this Wednesday, October 14th.

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‘The Muppets’ Promo Videos With Nathan Fillion, Clark Gregg, & More!
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Muppets Scandal

The Muppets are coming, and I’m pretty sure they made enough promos to have a complete episode. Maybe… that is the 1st episode, just given in 30-50 second increments. No, that would be way too meta. Anyway, if these promos are any indication of what the show will be like, I’m sold. My favorites are the ones with Nathan Fillion (Castle), trying to get with Miss Piggy. Some of the other ABC stars in these commercials are Clark Gregg (Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Guillermo Diaz (who is fantastic) and Katie Lowes (Scandal), and Wendi McLendon-Covey (The Goldbergs).

So… check out the “About the Show” and keep on enjoying the really tiny clips below.

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Comic Book Deal: Castle: Richard Castle’s Storm Season Premium Hardcover
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Castle: Richard Castle's Storm Season Premium Hardcover

The deal of the day over at Things From Another World today is the Marvel Comics adaptation Castle: Richard Castle’s Storm Season premium hardcover on sale for today for $12.99 (that’s 35% off the list price of $19.99).

This deal is valid only for today, Monday, October 7, 2013 until 11:59pm PST while supplies last.

If/when the deal sells out, you can still get Castle: Richard Castle’s Storm Season at a discount at Amazon in hardcover for $14.78 and for Kindle for $9.99.

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Happy 42nd Birthday To Nathan Fillion
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Nathan Fillion

Happy 42nd birthday today to Nathan Fillion, who has become almost the archetypical geek heartthrob to many of his endearing fans across the country, as his guy-next-door good looks, fun gregarious charm, and keen acting skills in productions like the cult favorite Firefly and his current gig as the titular character on TV’s Castle has solidified him as an A-lister in geek and sci-fi/fantasy circles.

Fillion had been kicking around Hollywood’s door for quite some time before his current success, appearing in film productions like Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-winning WWII salvo Saving Private Ryan; the sleeper comedy/drama Waitress, and lesser quality fare like Blast From the Past and Dracula 2000. He also appeared in television productions like Spin City, Two Guys and a Girl, and the long-running soap opera One Life to Live before landing the role which made him famous and a cult superstar to many, Captain Malcolm Reynolds, on Firefly, which was a creation birthed by sci-fi/fantasy wonderman Joss Whedon. The show, short-lived and which followed the crew members of Serenity (the name of their space craft), has taken on a gargantuan life of its own since its cancellation after only eleven aired episodes, and in the present day is as arguably as revered feverishly and passionately as Star Trek was and is, by rabid fans coast to coast, a success due to the writing and production style of Whedon, grand writing, and a stellar ensemble cast, led by none other than Nathan Fillion.

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Deal: Castle: Richard Castle Mystery Novels & Comic Book Adaptation
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Castle: Richard Castle's Deadly Storm

There’s a few deals today related to the Castle television series starring Nathan Fillion.

TFAW has Castle: Richard Castle’s Deadly Storm premium hardcover comic book adaptation on sale for today for $13.99 (that’s 30% off the list price of $19.99). It’s also available at Amazon in hardcover for $12.09 and pre-order for paperback for $10.19 (coming in February 2013).

Also on sale today are 2 Richard Castle Mystery Novels for the Amazon Kindle for only $2.99 each: Heat Rises (Nikki Heat) and Naked Heat (Nikki Heat).

The TFAW and Kindle deals are valid only for today, Tuesday, September 25, 2012 until 11:59pm PST (at TFAW while supplies last, that is; the price at Amazon is the usual price).

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Marvel Comics To Publish ‘Castle’ Graphic Novel
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CasleMarvel made a big announcement on Monday that they will be releasing a graphic novel based on the popular ABC detective show Castle. Titled Castle: Richard Castle’s Deadly Storm, the 112-page hardcover will feature a story written by Brian Michael Bendis (Powers, Ultimate Comics Spider-Man) and Kelly Sue DeConnick (Osborn), and will feature art by Lan Medina (Fables) with a cover by Carlos Pagulayan (Hulk).

The story will center on the character of Derrick Storm, the fictional detective created by the fictional writer Richard Castle (played by Nathan Fillion on the television series). So it is not a story about the characters from the show, rather it is about characters created by the characters from the show. This won’t be the first time that ABC Studios has released material “written” by Richard Castle, as there are 3 mystery novels already available. However, this will be the first time a novel has been released featuring the character that made Castle famous (on the show).

Axel Alonso, Marvel Entertainment Editor in Chief, said of the project, “It’s exciting to bring the Derrick Storm novels to life for the first time ever. Whether you’re new to the world of ‘Castle’ or a long time fan, there’s something for everyone in CASTLE: RICHARD CASTLE’S DEADLY STORM—and it’s the kind of book that reaffirms Marvel’s commitment to creating new fans of comic books.”

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Geek God Nathan Fillion Graces EW Cover
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Nathan Fillion EW cover

Let’s face it, Nathan Fillion is a geek god and we all kneel before him… now if only the world would realize how awesome he is!

Luckily, Entertainment Weekly at least knows we want more of the Firefly actor, as the magazine has acknowledged his Geek God status and made Fillion its cover guy for its March 25, 2011 issue, which hits stands tomorrow.

Fillion, who’s currently starring in the ABC television series Castle, graces the cover wearing a Green Lantern t-shirt, a nod surely to the days when the actor was widely rumored for the role of Hal Jordan in the upcoming Green Lantern file (a role that eventually went to Ryan Reynolds), as well as to the awesome fan-made trailer that actually places Fillion in the role.

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Must Watch: The Return Of ‘Firefly’ Captain Malcolm Reynolds…Sorta
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Mal

Depressing as it may be, Fox and whoever else that has had the opportunity have still not realized the must-happen decision that needs to be made to bring Firefly back from the dead. Proving that even the actors involved in the show are just as faithful to that “you can’t take the sky from me” mentality as us crazy Browncoat fans, Captain Malcolm Reynolds (Nathan Fillion) himself has been bringing plenty of Serenity flare to his current gig, Castle. It began with random and subtle references to Firefly as well as other Joss Whedon work like Buffy, but in the latest episode of Castle, Fillion took to a whole new level.

You see, this week’s episode was the Halloween episode, and what better costume for Richard Castle — the mystery novelist-turned NYPD aide — than Captain Mal? The episode is hilarious right off the bat with Fillion getting his costume on and jumping into a room like a superhero where a girl who I assume is his daughter says “Didn’t you wear that like five years ago? Don’t you think you should move on?”, to which he replies “I like it.”

You can click on over to the other side right now to watch the episode of Castle entitled “Vampire Weekend” in its entirety.

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