T-shirt Spotlight

No Power in the Verse T-shirt Design by geekchic tees.

No Power in the Verse T-shirt Design by geekchic tees.
 
 
 
 
 
Designer: geekchic tees
Genre: Sci-Fi, Geek, Movies, Television, Geek
Gender: Both
Age Appropriateness: Everyone, but available in teen and adult sizes only.
Limited Print: No
Customizable: No
Brand: American Apparel
Sizes: Many sizes available
Choice of Styles: Yes
Choice of Colors: Yes
Printing Method: Digital Print
Buy Tee At Retailer: Redbubble
Affiliate Program: Yes
Customer Service: Excellent
Ships To: All Regions
Price: $24.52 - $50.36
You Might Also Like »
Recommended Accessories »
Buy as a Print »

The No Power in the Verse T-shirt design by geekchic tees features the spaceship Serenity hovering over a blue sun backdrop. Below that in a small white font is the phrase “NO POWER IN THE VERSE CAN STOP ME”. “For the characters of the Firefly/Serenity ‘verse, Blue Sun was the ubiquitous constant that works hand […]

The No Power in the Verse T-shirt design by geekchic tees features the spaceship Serenity hovering over a blue sun backdrop. Below that in a small white font is the phrase “NO POWER IN THE VERSE CAN STOP ME”.

“For the characters of the Firefly/Serenity ‘verse, Blue Sun was the ubiquitous constant that works hand in hand with the Alliance to exercise control over everything. The crew of the Serenity, proved otherwise, and the phrase ‘No Power In The Verse Can Stop Me’ is used by a few characters in the series (most famously by Kaylee). The ship is presented to us on this design placed atop a fiery Blue Sun, with its form silhouetted it takes on an almost religious symbolism – Browncoats are zealots after all.” ~ geekchic_tees

This is the third Firefly design in a trilogy by geekchic tees with I’m a Leaf in the Wind and You Can’t Take the Sky being the other two designs.

An above view of the dark side of a seemingly cartoon-like representation of Serenity stands out against a more realistic looking blue sun. It is a style combination that works in a strange and yet captivating way,  at least for the Firefly fans.

This design seems like it would had been paired better with the phrase “Can’t Stop The Signal” but “No Power In the Verse” is cool too.

Aside form some minor details this is a symmetrical design that would make an awesome flag or at least a poster for some Browncoat’s bedroom. There are some intricate details in this illustration that are typically overlooked on the actual ship models used in the show and film. These are amplified by the simplicity of the light and dark contrast.

If this had the orange glow of the engines it would be the perfect Firefly tee as it would be truer to the show and have the complementary color scheme going for it. Perhaps there will be other versions.

Date published: 09/11/2012
/ 5 stars

The No Power in the Verse T-shirt design by geekchic tees features the spaceship Serenity hovering over a blue sun backdrop. Below that in a small white font is the phrase “NO POWER IN THE VERSE CAN STOP ME”.

“For the characters of the Firefly/Serenity ‘verse, Blue Sun was the ubiquitous constant that works hand in hand with the Alliance to exercise control over everything. The crew of the Serenity, proved otherwise, and the phrase ‘No Power In The Verse Can Stop Me’ is used by a few characters in the series (most famously by Kaylee). The ship is presented to us on this design placed atop a fiery Blue Sun, with its form silhouetted it takes on an almost religious symbolism – Browncoats are zealots after all.” ~ geekchic_tees

This is the third Firefly design in a trilogy by geekchic tees with I’m a Leaf in the Wind and You Can’t Take the Sky being the other two designs.

An above view of the dark side of a seemingly cartoon-like representation of Serenity stands out against a more realistic looking blue sun. It is a style combination that works in a strange and yet captivating way,  at least for the Firefly fans.

This design seems like it would had been paired better with the phrase “Can’t Stop The Signal” but “No Power In the Verse” is cool too.

Aside form some minor details this is a symmetrical design that would make an awesome flag or at least a poster for some Browncoat’s bedroom. There are some intricate details in this illustration that are typically overlooked on the actual ship models used in the show and film. These are amplified by the simplicity of the light and dark contrast.

If this had the orange glow of the engines it would be the perfect Firefly tee as it would be truer to the show and have the complementary color scheme going for it. Perhaps there will be other versions.

Comments are closed.