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December 20, 2007

And a firefly in every tree

Reaver Firefly

So I’ve been sharing some of my Christmas wish list and this is one I just added. It’s on my wish list because I can’t justify twenty bucks on a tree ornament no matter how cool it is.

Serenity in Disguise ‘Reaver’ Variant Ornament. This limited edition ornament is based on the scene in Serenity where the crew disguises Serenity as a Reaver ship. The intricately detailed decoration comes in full color and measures 3 1/2-inches wide x 6-inches long. Like the regular ornament, this version comes with both a hanging hook and a small pedestal base.

Dark Horse is creating a special variant edition of one of our most popular new releases, the Serenity ornament. As Serenity fans know, there is a sequence in the film where the crews disguises Serenity as a Reaver ship. Dark Horse has taken the existing ornament, added a few sculptural details, and revised the paint application to create a 6″-long, 3 1/2″-wide treat for true Serenity fans.

This is a really beautiful ornament with exceptional detail. If you are a Firefly/Serenity fan, this is an excellent choice for display on a desk or Christmas tree.

It is definitely a collectible designed for adults (or mature teenagers). The delicate parts would be inappropriate for small kids but perfect for me.

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2 comments

  • At 1:30 pm on December 23, 2007, Sirdar commented:

    I’m starting to think that there is more geekiness in you than I thought :lol: That would be an interesting ornament for sure.

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  • At 8:29 am on December 24, 2007, DinkyInky commented:

    Gee, and I thought I was bad collecting Harry Potter ornaments for my mother, and Pirates of the Caribbean ornaments for my son(although if they end up making the Black Pearl as one, it’s mine…;p)

    BTW, Merry Christmas!

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