Anyway, the guys over at Comics Alliance have a short strip that takes one of the more shocking moments of the series/film to ridiculous extremes.
Like many fans of Joss Whedon's "Firefly," artist Mike Russell was impatient for more stories from the fan-favorite universe, and after a conversation with fellow cartoonist Bill Mudron, Russell decided to launch "Serenity Tales," a site collecting fan-made webcomics about the series. "We figured we'd make some totally apocryphal, totally unofficial fan comics for free while we waited. Just a fun way to celebrate Whedon's universe, which we both love," said Russell.
Don't be fooled by the comments above. Serenity Tales isn't just a collection of fanfic wankery. It's an eclectic of tales ranging from the comedic (such as the site's on-going South Park parody) to the poetic.