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CON: Serenity (Review)

Cinefantastique 37(8): 55. November/December 2005.

Decent Burial or Miraculous Resurrection: Serenity, Mourning, and Sequels to Dead Television Shows,

in: Jess-Cooke, Carolyn and Verevis, Constantine, eds. Second Takes: Critical Approaches to the Film Sequel. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2010. p. 121-138.

Frontier Doctor

Starlog 341: 86-89. December 2005.

Hi-Ho Cyborg!: Savages, Cyborgs, and Gender on the Science Fiction Frontier

in: Nelson, Andrew P., ed. Contemporary Westerns: Film and Television since 1990. Lanham: Scarecrow Press, 2013. p. 107-118.

Hope in Children of Men and Firefly/Serenity: nihilism, waste, and the dialectics of the sublime

in: Redmond, Sean and Marvell, Leon, eds. Endangering Science Fiction Film. New York: Routledge, 2016. p. 51-65.

Post-modern Apocalypse and Terrorism in Joss Whedon's Serenity

in: Wallis, John and Quinby, Lee, eds. Reel Revelations: Apocalypse and Film. Sheffield, UK: Phoenix Press, 2010. p. 44-53.

PRO: Serenity (Review)

Cinefantastique 37(8): 54. November/December 2005.

Serenity

in: Morris, Mark, ed. Cinema Futura. East Yorkshire : PS Publishing, 2010. p. 209-211.

Serenity

Starlog 339: 46-49. October 2005.

Serenity, Cinematisation and the Perils of Adaptation,

Science Fiction Film and Television 1(1): 67-80. Spring 2008.

Serenity, Genre, and Cinematization

in: Telotte, J. P. and Duchovnay, Gerald, eds. Science Fiction Film, Television, and Adaptation: Across the Screens. New York: Routledge, 2012. p. 127-140.

Summer of Serenity

Starlog 340: 22-25. November 2005.

The Movie Job

Starlog 340: 18-21. November 2005.

Whedon, Browncoats, and the Big Damn Narrative: The Unified Meta-Myth of Firefly and Serenity

in: Telotte, J. P. and Duchovnay, Gerald, eds. Science Fiction Double Feature: The Science Fiction Film as Cult Text. Liverpool, UK: Liverpool University Press, 2015. p. 98-114.

“It Doesn’t Mean What You Think”: River Tam as Embodied Culture Jam

Slayage: The Journal of Whedon Studies 13(2): [14 p.]. Summer 2015. (No. 42) (http://www.whedonstudies.tv) Accessed 18.January.2016.

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