I have Mal, and was excited to get the rest of the crew, but the line is dead. Sadly, Mal was the first attempt by QMX to venture into the 1/6 market of action figures, and being new they really didn’t know what they were doing (they’ve improved immensely with their Star Trek figures). Their first production pics of Mal were met with derision and disgust (most of it surrounding the over-sized and poorly painted head sculpt). This put a lot of people off on ordering the figure, or outright not buying him. Before the majority of us received him, QMX (to their credit), went to (I believe) a different factory and had the heads redone, and improved, and included both head sculpts in the box to customers (at no additional cost to the consumer). Even though the product had been fixed, at their expense, it still took a LONG time for Mal to sell out (if it even has), and I think it made them skeptical about the success of the line. By that time QMX had started their original series Star Trek, Princess Bride, shown prototypes for other potential projects, and even showed prototypes of Jayne and Zoe from Firefly. Star Trek took off, we have Westley from Princess Bride, but QMX has said that it would take a media blitz of some sort (a new movie or something), for them to revisit the Firefly line, as it’s been out of the public awareness for too long. So, as I said, the line dies with Mal. To say that I was pissed is an understatement, as I love Firefly, and usually rewatch it once a year. I was really looking forward to having the entire crew on display.
I’m still holding out hope for the original crew of Star Trek, but one can never hold out too much hope in this Hobby. So far we have Kirk, Spock, McCoy and Khan. Scotty is in production, we’ve only seen a Sulu prototype, and no sign yet of Uhura and Chekhov — it’ll be a shame if we never get the last three.