Firefly – 15 Years Later A Look Back

Source: Vimeo

I just finished a news article called The Original VFX Team Behind Firefly Made The Best Anniversary Video In The ‘Verse by io9 that was about an anniversary video on Vimeo by Zoic Studios for the television show Firefly called Firefly – 15 Years Later A Look Back:

It is a shame that this television show never got another season, but at least it got a movie even though it could have been better just like the Cowboy Bebop movie (Cowboy Bebop: The Movie) could have been better.

I was one of the people who did not watch this television show until several years after it aired, and I liked it and I regretted that I never did watch it back when it had aired.

The beginning credits theme song (Firefly – Main Title · Sonny Rhodes) for this show is great and perfectly sums up this television show and its mood, and brings back a sense of nostalgia and more.

The end,

-John Jr

American Gods YouTube Trailers And Playlist

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Source: Wikipedia

Today when I was looking through Google News I noticed an io9 article called The New American Gods Trailer Is So Weird and So, So Good about a new Starz television show that is about to come out called American Gods which was based on a book called American Gods by the author Neil Gaiman.

So I read the article and I watched the video in the article, and then I went to YouTube to watch the official trailer and the official first look trailer that was in the American Gods playlist on the official Starz YouTube channel.

American Gods | Official Trailer | STARZ

American Gods | First Look Trailer | STARZ

American Gods YouTube Playlist

I never heard of or read the American Gods book before, but this trailer looks interesting.

Combining real world mythology and fictionalized mythology with deities (gods and goddesses) in an American (United States) setting and context and perspective sounds like an interesting combination, and like something that I would like to watch when it comes out and I might even read the book.

The end,

-John Jr

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