you can’t take the sky from me
Thanks to the very awesome folks at Once Upon a Tee I have the pleasure to announce a new giveaway!
In honor of the season premiere of Game of Thrones last Sunday, I’m bringing you the first multi-fandom contest of this blog! Take a look at this awesome Game of Thrones/Star Wars/Firefly crossover shirt right up there, featuring our very own Malcolm Reynolds along with Han Solo and Davos Seaworth… shiny, huh? You can get one of these entirely free!
All you have to do is FOLLOW the Once Upon a Tee tumblr blog and like/reblog this post right here!
If you don’t want to wait to take this totally awesome shirt home, you can purchase the shirt at Once Upon a Tee right now just clicking here!
Winner will be revealed next Friday!
“Serenity Sake” is today’s tee on www.Qwertee.com going live in just 15 minutes!
Get this great design now for the super price of £8/€10/$12 for 24 hours only.
Be sure to “Like” this for 1 chance at a FREE TEE this weekend, “Reblog” it for 2 chances and “Follow” us for a 3rd chance (if you’re not already:) Thanks Guys!
For all its snappy one-liners and rousing chases through deep space, Firefly is most beautiful—and most effective—in its simplicity. The show envisions the depths of outer space and humankind’s very future into the classic setting of for any Western, and does it so with the utmost elegance. Firefly’s space is the space of an untamed frontier, shattered by outlaws, vigilantes and lawmen. It’s a rough and tumble place, a future made primitive, where the progress of mankind means trudging through plenty of cow flops, and making victims out of whole societies of innocent people. It’s the American Old West writ large, and there’s perhaps no surprise in the fact that every planet that the motley crew of the Serenity touches down upon looks like it could have been pulled from Monument Valley or the scrub plains of Oklahoma. - Ian Chant
You manage to find the bright side of every single thing.
1x13 - Trash