V for Vendetta and Fight Club have traditionally provided Anonymous with strong visual and thematic elements to borrow from in creating artistic expressions of the whatever-the-hell-anonymous-is and recruitment for operations. I think we've left out an important cultural resource in not drawing from Serenity for cultural references. The whole plot is basically "INFORMATION SHOULD BE FREE." For those of you not familiar with the film: mentally unstable government experiment accidentally uncovers the terrible secret of space and is chased all over by the big government until the good guys finally discover documents that prove the secrets and broadcast it to the entire universe, and the government gives up because they have nothing left to hide. The actual tagline for the actual movie was "can't stop the signal." I am not making this shit up. Potential problems: mostly nerds saw it, and we have a pretty good saturation in the nerd market already; since the movie drew its influences from cowboys and traditional chinese imagery, it can be mistaken for one or the other; and most of the marketing for the film was done through silly viral stuff, so getting things to spread with the same imagery could be difficult. Thoughts?