Serenity, Volume 5
by Chris Roberson
Over a year after the events in the previous issue, Mal and his crew set out on a rescue mission when a friend is in trouble and they find themselves between the Alliance and an extreme resistance group,
I liked this more than the last. Maybe a bit because I felt like some of the dialogue was improved, maybe also because I’ve gotten used to the altered relationships in the crew. Either way, I enjoyed this and I’m glad they found a way to continue Firefly in some form. Also, I really enjoyed The Warrior and The Wind at the end. I’m not sure if they’re going to come out with more volumes. I hope they do, but, even if they don’t, I’m glad I finally got into the existing graphic novels.