live at firefly

A group of “Firefly” fans travels back in time to stop the cancelation. But they are opposed by a group of time-traveling “Avengers” fans that believe that if Firefly lives, Joss Whedon will never make the Avengers and the MCU will fail. A new Time War begins now

Heterochromia, something beautiful.

(I have to say, I love this one, I have Heterochromia myself, my eyes are brown but I have been told that one eye is more mahogany and has a reddish tint to it while the other eye has fleck of gold through out the iris along with gray depending on my mood. Thanks for the lovely chance to bring this to live!!! ^_^ Mod Firefly)


The first time he saw the miracle in his S/O eyes, he thought it was a result of being injured during the previous mission. He rushed to their side, fear on his face. “Is everything ok Hanzo?” They would ask as he looks in their eyes, confused by how they were not hurting. “Your eyes, they are 2 different colors, is this some kind of magic I do not know about?” He questions as they would shake their heads. “its not magic…I was born with these 2 different colors for my eyes.” They would say with some fear and sadness in their voice. “My Love, I am not saying that it is a bad thing. I was stating that I have never had a chance to see bow beautiful the colors are in your eyes. On anyone else, they would not be as beautiful but for you, they make the whole soul I fell in love with even more precious.” He would finish with a kiss and a smile. Yep, he is pay closer attention to them.


He would first notice their eye colors when they come to help him calm down one night after a rough mission. He was tired but he could not fall asleep so he tried to meditate outside under the moon. As he started to relax, he hears someone behind him and he grabs his sacred blade, ready to defend himself. As he goes to attack, he comes face to face with his beloved. “S/O-san, what are you doing up? You should be resting.” He would ask as they come to sit by him. “McCree told me that it was a rough fight…Genji, please look at me.” They would calmly ask as he looks at them, noticing for the first time that their eyes are 2 different colors but just by looking in their eyes, he felt relaxed. “Shall we meditate together then retire to bed.” They offer as he nods and takes a deep breath, allowing his eyes to close. Let’s just say, now when he meditates, he thinks about the marvelous and beautiful colors that are in their eyes.


If she looked up from her computer for longer than 5 seconds, she would have seen that they had 2 different colored irises but it was only when her S/O was having a hard time looking for their contacts that she realized it. “Why are you wearing 2 different colored contacts?” She asked after a moment of thinking. “Dear, I have always had 2 different colored irises…I have Heterochromia, I was born with it.” They would reply as Sombra would smile at them and grab their hand. “Wear your glasses more often, I like how they look and I don’t think they are doing you justice.” She winks at them as they blush. For now on, contacts are for battle only.


Most of the time, she would have her goggles on so the world could be slightly discolored and she sees that golden color that comes from her protective goggles. She would notice their eyes the first time she took off the googles for cleaning. She saw the mixture of the colors and fell in love with the beautiful detailing and amazingly contrasting both irises are. “Darling, I love the color of your eyes, they look smashing on you.” She would say with a wink, making them blush. Let’s just say that she would keep looking in your eyes for now on just to see the beauty of the world because even something that most see as a weird mutation, she sees as a unique gift her S/O possess.

^_^ Firefly

I’ve always felt this song in my whole damn soul but recently I’ve been blasting this shit wherever I go. I love pissing off racist/republican/bigot motherfuckers at red lights & in traffic

  Ron Glass, the handsome, prolific character actor best known for his role as the gregarious, sometimes sardonic detective Ron Harris in the long-running cop comedy “Barney Miller,” has died at age 71.

Glass died Friday of respiratory failure, his agent, Jeffrey Leavett, told The Associated Press on Saturday.

“Ron was a private, gentle and caring man,” said Leavett, a longtime friend of the actor. “He was an absolute delight to watch on screen. Words cannot adequately express my sorrow. ”

Although best known for “Barney Miller,” Glass appeared in dozens of other shows in a television and film career dating to the early 1970s.

He portrayed Derrial Book, the spiritual shepherd with a cloudy past in the 2002 science-fiction series Firefly” and its 2005 film sequel “Serenity.”

He was Felix Unger opposite Desmond Wilson’s Oscar Madison in “The New Odd Couple,” a 1980s reboot of the original Broadway show, film and television series that this time cast black actors in the lead roles of Unger’s prissy neat freak forced to share an apartment with slovenly friend Madison.

Glass was also the voice of Randy Carmichael, the genial neighbor and father of four children in the popular Nickelodeon cartoon series “Rugrats” and its spinoff, “All Grown Up.”

He also made appearances in such shows as “Friends,” ”Star Trek: Voyager” and “Designing Women.” More recently he appeared in episodes of “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” and “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Early credits included “All in the Family,” ”Maude,” ”Sanford and Son” and “Hawaii Five-0.”

In “Barney Miller” his literate Detective Ron Harris was one of the few generally normal characters who populated a New York City police precinct filled with oddballs on both sides of the law. The ensemble cast included Hal Linden as precinct Capt. Barney Miller, Max Gail as Detective Stan ‘Wojo’ Wojciehowicz, and Abe Vigoda as Detective Phil Fish. 


I’m currently at Firefly Music Festival and yesterday I got to catch up with my friends of Glass Animals. They ended up packing out the Forest Stage area and holy shit Firefly you made this New York photographer very emotional. Seeing how you responded to their music was….wow, that’s what music festivals are all about. Thanks to Glass Animals for having me/being amazing humans, and also major thanks to YOU music lovers! I’ll be with the guys again in Central Park later this summer, let’s make it a massive dance party everyone!

More photos will be up on my upcoming website soon. In the meantime be sure to follow mw on Instagram for more photos and Twitter for my random ramblings about movies, food, and life. Love you all!


NBC’s Powerless, a sitcom pilot based on DC Comics, has recently cast four of it’s leading roles. 

As revealed through Variety, Vanessa Hudgens (High School Musical, Grease Live), Alan Tudyk (Firefly, Wreck-It Ralph), Danny Pudi (Community), and Christina Kirk (A to Z) have joined the pilot, which has to potential if picked up to become DC’s first comedy series. Roles are listed as;

  • Vanessa Hudgens as Emily Locke, an insurance claims adjuster who loves her job because she gets to help people. The character likes to fly under the radar and just get her work done, and she finds herself increasingly exasperated by the disruptive antics of the various superheroes that proliferate in her city.
  • Danny Pudi as Teddy, best friend to Emily at work and her trusted confidante. He spends his days creating time-wasting pranks as a way to make their office, the “least super place on earth,” just a little less “unsuper”.
  • Alan Tudyk as Del, Emily’s new boss in the claims department. Del has just been promoted, not through any merit of his own, but because he’s the owner’s son. A self-proclaimed “rich, over-educated globetrotting wastrel,” Del is a power-mad disastrous dictator of a boss.
  • Christina Kirk as Jackie. A fan of superheroes, she has plastered her office cubicle with beefcake shots of super guys. The new claims department boss Del makes her his personal assistant, and she begins buckling under his unreasonable and impossible demands.

For those not in the know, Powerless is a half-hour comedy series focusing on the normal men and women working at “one of the worst insurance companies in America” who also happen to live in the DC Universe surrounded by superheroes and villains. The pilot is written/executive produced by Ben Queen and directed by Michael Patrick Jann.