Ship Like This, Be With You Til The Day You Die: Serenity is yours for only $100

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We were all a bit heartbroken that the "Big Damn Replica" of Mal Reynolds' awesome ship, Serenity, turned out to cost around $2,500 from Quantum Mechanix. You can't put a pricetag on happiness, but that's still a bit steep for many of us.

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Now Quantum Mechanix has unveiled a new Serenity replica that's... a mite bit more affordable, at $99. Check out a couple more pics below.

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We'll have another exclusive Firefly-related reveal from Quantum Mechanix a week from now — so be sure to check back!

Illustration for article titled Ship Like This, Be With You Til The Day You Die: Serenity is yours for only $100

The Big Damn Replica was 1:180 scale, or around 19 inches. The Little Damn Replica, pictured above, is 1:400 scale. Here are all the details, via the QMX page:

Smaller, But Still Plucky as Ever

One of science fiction's most beloved spaceships isn't a gargantuan battlecruiser or a sleek starship cruising the galaxies. It's the workhorse Firefly-class transport, well past her prime with hardly a peashooter to defend herself, named Serenity.

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Illustration for article titled Ship Like This, Be With You Til The Day You Die: Serenity is yours for only $100

QMx has recreated Serenity in 1:400 scale – about 8 inches long – out of dozens of parts, some as small as a millimeter. Her intricate design matches the Firefly TV series version of the ship in every detail: She was created using the show's actual CG files.

Dubbed the 10th Big Damn Hero by Joss Whedon, we knew our Little Damn Heroes™wouldn't be complete without her.

Our Little Damn Heroes™ Serenity Maquette comes with a sleek black stand and is the perfect size for your favorite space. This hand-painted, polystone, screen-accurate creation is priced at $99.95.

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You can preorder the Serenity here, and it'll ship in December.

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theonetruebix
The One True b!X

"9th Big Damn Hero"? There are nine characters aboard Serenity. I've always heard the ship referred to as "the 10th crew member", not the 9th anything.

ETA: And, on their end, typo's been fixed already.