The moment Firefly fans have been waiting ages for has finally arrived! We've got the trailer!!!
Check out this trailer for WB's Arrow Episode 10, which gives us a first look at the first appearance of DC villain Firefly on the network's action drama starring DC Comics' superhero Green Arrow. Firefly, described by Outhouse Senior Media Correspondent Royal Nonesuch as "he's an arsonist is all I really remember about him" and by Why I Love Comics podcast host Eric Ratcliffe as "lives in gotham, obsessed with fireworks, pretends he's a legitimate theat to Batman" has not been seen on television since Batman: The Animated Series, so this episode, which airs on January 16, marks his long-awaited return, but in an all-new, non-animated form, as...
What? Really? Oh. Oh man.
Sorry, dear readers. My editors are telling me that the title of this article might be confusing, as some people might read it as suggesting that the Joss Whedon cult favorite space western, also known as Firefly, is returning to television. I understand how that could be upsetting to Browncoats, Firefly fanatics sometimes also known as Firebronies, who have pined for over a decade for the show, canceled after only one season, to return to television. Firebronies once famously attempted to purchase the rights to the show and give them to star and fanboy dreamboat Nathan Fillion. Yeah, we probably shouldn't have used that picture of him for the teaser.
The Outhouse apologizes if we got your hopes up, but you can take solace in the fact that a crappy spinoff to an even crappier Superman show on a network for teenage girls will debut a new version of a comic book character that no one cares about in a cheap looking costume. Enjoy the trailer:
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