Details: This is Serenity, and she's the smoothest ride from here to Boros. A Firefly-class transport of some experience, both legal and otherwise. A home to her crew and passengers, them as feel the need to be free.
Now you can walk the corridors of the most famous ship in The Verse.
Three years in the making, the Serenity Architectural Cutaways contain everything you ever wanted to know or see of Serenity, her shuttles and the Flying Mule. And we mean everything. Presented on 32" x 24” full-color lithographs, suitable for framing or just drooling over hour after hour. The hand-painted cutaways are packed with literally thousands of never-before-seen elements of the Firefly-class transport's design.
In addition to all the technical detail exposed in these 3-D cutaways, every inch of Serenity is decorated with the possessions of her crew. You'll find hundreds of personal effects throughout the ship – from Jayne’s Vera to Inara's favorite incense holder – it's all here, in meticulously hand-painted detail.
The Serenity Architectural Cutaways were created by well-known sci-fi technical illustrator John R. Mullaney, with background and callouts by Serenity graphic designer Geoffrey Mandel (and the able help of the Serenity Brain Trust). These are the most authoritative and complete renderings of Serenity ever made.
Serenity is a 2005 space western film written and directed by Joss Whedon. It is a continuation of the cancelled Fox science fiction television series Firefly, taking place after the events of the final episode. Set 510 years in the future, Serenity is the story of the captain and crew of a transport and cargo ship. The captain and first mate are veterans of the Unification War, having fought on the losing side. Their lives of petty crime are interrupted by a psychic passenger who harbors a dangerous secret. Serenity won film of the year awards from Film 2005 and FilmFocus. It also won IGN Film's Best Sci-Fi, Best Story and Best Trailer awards and was runner up for the Overall Best Movie.