2015 GLOBAL SPONSORS
Can’t Stop the Serenity is grateful for the helping hands that have stepped forward over the past years in support of Equality Now and the Fans of Serenity. Our Global Sponsors support all of our events and contribute to the global success of Can’t Stop the Serenity. We are also fortunate to have many local sponsors, who support the individual Affiliate and Screening events. We are grateful that we’re welcoming new and returning sponsors from last year. Click here for information on how to become a Global Sponsor.
Browncoat’s Patch Packet
Dallas Comic Con
Dark Horse Comics
Done the Impossible
Fallen Stars, The
Geek and Sundry
Time Science Blood Club LLC
Browncoat’s Patch Packet – The Browncoats of NYC, the Utah Browncoats, and artisans pennausamike and Yellowjacket have donated their group and expanded Verse patches to the sponsor packs.
Dallas Comic Con: This Dallas Texas convention donated 3 items to our global e-bay auction, including a photo signed by most of the Serenity cast.
Dark Horse Comics is the largest independent comic book publisher in the US and has been supporting CSTS for many years. This year they have donated a wide assortment of items to the Sponsor Pack.
Done The Impossible: The Fans’ Tale of Firefly & Serenity has once again generously donated DVDs of this story of the rise, fall & rebirth of Firefly, featuring interviews with Joss Whedon, the cast, crew, and the fans themselves. Every event city will find one in their sponsors pack.
Dragonweave Jewelry – Since 2008 Dragonweave has been handcasting sterling silver Serenity pendants especially for our event cities’ sponsor packs. Based in Pennsylvania, this online store offers a wide variety of jewelry ranging from Celtic to Steampunk. They are always eager to hear your comments and suggestions, feel free to drop them a line and share your opinions and ideas.
The Fallen Stars is an Americana Rock band from Southern California who are fervent Browncoats. Their current project “Leaves on the Wind” are songs written for each episode of Firefly. They have donated CDs with the results.
Geek and Sundry features indie geek culture and the internet’s foremost geek voices. Started by Felicia Day and Kim Evey, it is now part of Legendary Entertainment. They have generously allowed us to show some of their great content.
Harmsway Press. Whedon fan & Author J. Merideth Harmon has donated 2 of his books, the Snyper novel and the prequel novella, Murderous Row (both autographed), about Cupid as an assassin.
Phillip Kendall has been volunteering with the Dallas Can’t Stop the Serenity for 7 years. He came to his first event in 2008 and knew it was something he wanted to be a part of. He believes strongly in the work Equality Now does and is proud to be a part of something that has real meaning and helps make a difference in people’s lives. Phillip is donating a variety of Whedony autographs.
Mikey Mason reached the pinnacle of Browncoat fame with his hit “She don’t like Firefly”. He’s played at many CSTS events and this year has donated his CD Barbarian Jetpack including the song, Please bring Firefly back.
Papryusaurus is an online store run by Ashley Coyle. She does all sorts of cool things with paper and donated some of it to our sponsors packs.
The PDX Browncoats have been raising money through CSTS for all 10 years of our existence. This year they increased their generosity by donating lanyards and wristbands to the sponsors packs.
Anne Thuong is a huge fan of Firefly/Serenity and Joss Whedon’s work at large. She admires what he does as a writer, director and activist with Equality Now. She happily contributed her handmade dolls to this season’s auction.
The ‘Verse – a Firefly/Serenity costume club. The ‘Verse is a costuming club for Firefly/Serenity fandom worldwide, and this year have provided cunning handknit orange and yellow toques for event cities.