What you need to know about the new mini-tablets
I recently had the opportunity to speak with David Braben, co-creator of the cult sci-fi series Firefly, about the upcoming Firefly Mini-Tables.
I sat down with David to talk about his new mini tablet, the Firefly Miniature, and what fans can expect in the future.
I want to start with a question about Firefly.
How did the idea for Firefly come about?
I think that Firefly was very much in the spirit of the sci-Fi movies, of the way that they were told in those movies.
We saw it in the pilot of the show, which was called The Final Frontier, where they’re on the edge of a galactic war, and they’ve got a ship that’s on a collision course with an asteroid and it’s going to explode, and then the ship that was going to blow up, they’re going to go after it.
It’s a very dark story.
I’ve always wanted to tell a story about this sort of epic thing, so it’s really interesting to talk to a writer and see what kind of stories we can tell.
When Firefly was a pilot, I was thinking of a way to tell that story.
We all had very different approaches to it.
I think that we came up with a concept, but it’s a different one than what we’re going for now.
We had this idea of the spaceship, which is the spaceship that the show is set in, that’s going out into space, and you’re the captain of that ship.
It was going through some really cool stuff, and I thought, well, what’s the best way to do this?
So I pitched the idea of a spaceship that you can sit in, and when you do that, it gets a little bit bigger and a little bigger, and it grows and grows.
So, I thought it would be interesting to do something that was very similar to what the movies were doing, that is sort of a little more linear and a bit more like the movies, but we didn’t have that kind of grand narrative, which I think was really cool.
I felt that there was so much more to the show.
It would be like, you’re on a ship, and your job is to go out into the cosmos, and there’s a bunch of these things that you’re supposed to be fighting over.
And there are planets and things that have life, and things you can go out there and fight.
So that was the idea.
I saw Firefly as a very much sci-fantasy thing.
It had a lot of sci-fy elements.
It also had a very different tone from the rest of the Firefly series.
You don’t see this kind of huge army of aliens, you don’t get to see a lot more than the usual kinds of battle scenes.
But it was a really grounded show.
I was always fascinated by the fact that it was set in the same universe as all the movies.
It wasn’t like, oh, we’re doing the same thing.
And you can’t see anything in the show that doesn’t take place in the movies because the writers and I and all the crew had so much fun writing the story, and we wanted to give the fans something that felt different and interesting.
What’s cool about Firefly is that you have these really, really big, complex plots and you can tell a lot about a character’s motivations, and that’s really fun to tell.
It feels like you’re playing the role of the audience.
I wanted to have these very large characters who are really well-defined and are not just sort of floating in the background.
And that’s also a really cool way to show you have a sense of a story.
The world of Firefly is full of places, but the stories are all set in a small place, so you can kind of see the characters from a distance.
That’s very much a part of the series, but there are other places in the series that are bigger.
We’ve got this planet in which all of the ships and the characters are in a large, big, beautiful world.
It has the same scale, it has the exact same characters.
I love it when that kind, this giant, sprawling, beautiful planet is the setting for a big sci-efaction show.
What were some of the biggest changes that you made to the series as you went along with the show?
I’m always looking for ways to tell these stories.
There’s no formula that I have for this.
If there is, I will make sure that I keep changing the show as I go along, so I think I’ve made a lot over the course of the eight years I’ve been working on the show: making a show that’s not just a straight-up movie, but that has a lot going on and that has lots of different elements.
That has some great characters, but also there are