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buffy the vampire slayer
Few television series enjoy a fanbase as passionate as that of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Created by Joss Whedon, the nearly 15-year-old show has become a geek institution and a superlative example of the feminism in genre fiction. So monu
As "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" creator Joss Whedon ramps up his run on Dark Horse's comic book conclusion to season 8, it's become increasingly clear that even the book's most popular characters aren't necessarily guaranteed a happy ending
Yeah, I really just wrote "3-B" in a headline. You would too if Dark Horse Comics shot you an exclusive (with the exception of Georges Jeanty's "Buffy" variant) first look at its most prominent titles
Despite the rather intense differences between the vampire lore of Joss Whedon's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight," themes of romance and rivalry (and the name of a certain character's former secret identity) tether the franchises together at least superficially
Last week saw the release of Dark Horse's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" #34, in which Buffy and Angel have super-powered sex for 22 pages while the rest of the cast stands around shouting exposition. This is actuall
CRUELTY FROM ANIMALS - Obamouse 1
You would think that a book that stars a mouse version of U.S. President Barack Obama would not be good. You would be correct. You might guess that it would in fact be so bad that it would be, in its own way, amazing in what it does. Again, you would be correct
LOOK, UP IN THE SKY, IT'S A COMIC BOOK CHARACTER - Buffy the Vampire Slayer 32
A new arc starts in Dark Horse's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8" this week. Brad Meltzer takes over the writing duties, while Georges Jeanty remains on art. There's a big reveal coming
There's a lot to like about this week's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" #32 and it has plenty to do with its title: "Buffy Has F#©$ing Superpowers."
Brad Meltzer and Georges Jeanty have a mastery of the book's cast and its never truer than when the Whedonisms start to soar as Buffy experiments with her newfound abilities at the behest of a very enthusiastic Xander.
Meltzer is def