There are many things to be said about director Joss Whedon, especially now that he’s delivered the highest grossing (to-date) comic book adaptation/superhero movie of all-time in The Avengers. But for all his incredible commercial success in 2012, he’s certainly a guy who has not forgotten where he’s come from. Which mostly includes prematurely cancelled television shows. One of which is Firefly, perhaps his most beloved project. This year at Comic-Con, Whedon got together with Nathan Fillion, the rest of the Firefly gang and a room full of Browncoats to celebrate their wonderful show ten years after its lone season. It all ended with a final question for Joss that turned into one of the most emotional moments you’ll see from Comic-Con 2012. And that moment just so happens to have ended up online, where all can view it (just after the jump).
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