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Firefly: The Gospel According to Jayne (Part 6) Firefly
"The Gospel According to Jayne" Part 6
All-New Firefly #6
BOOM! Studios
Written by David M. Booher
Illustrated by Vincenzo Federici
Colored by Matt Herms
Lettered by Jim Campbell
Cover by Mona Finden
July 2022

 

The monks of Requiem suffer another attack by mercenaries. Will the Serenity crew help them again?

 

Characters appearing or mentioned in this issue

 

Jayne's cellmate (in flashback only)

Jayne

Mattie Cobb

Wyland Trax (in flashback only)

sheriff (in flashback only)

Radiant Cobb (in flashback only, deceased)

Leonard

monks

mercenaries (mentioned only)

Kaylee

Zoe

Mal

Tax Collector

Tax Collector's men

Simon

River

Owen

Reavers (mentioned only)

Inara

Emma 

 

Didja Know?

 

All-New Firefly is a 10-issue limited series comic book (with a stand-alone Big Damn Finale special) published by BOOM! Studios in 2022. It told a single 11-part storyline that, when later published as three trade paperback collections, was titled The Gospel According to Jayne.

 

The "Wanted Poster" variant cover of this issue features Jayne Cobb, wanted at a 10 credits bounty, with suspect considered highly dangerous. I guess he's only 10 credits because he's considered just muscle, not the brains of any criminal operation. 

 

Didja Notice?

 

Simon remarks to Kaylee that the mercenaries probably heard about Requiem and came to steal supplies and valuables, just as the Serenity crew had planned to do (before they found out about the monastery). This was in "The Gospel According to Jayne" Part 1.

 

This issue introduces sticky bombs, which float in space until a ship gets close and attach themselves magnetically while disabling all systems aboard the ship. If an attempt to remove them is made, they blow up.

 

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