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
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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
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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
Fans of the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" comic woke up to shocking news several weeks ago when the secret identity of Twilight, the villain of Season 8, was revealed by leaked solicits much sooner than either the fans or creators had anticipated.
(And if you have somehow managed to avoid the news until now, be warned that the
I'm a pretty casual Buffy fan. I watched the final season kind of in passing (but I did see it all, by golly), I admittedly didn't catch much of "Angel," and I've been a little behind on the trades from the latest Dark Horse comics
As any "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" fan is aware, Willow Rosenberg is no slouch in the mystic arts, using spells to aid her slayer amigos through thick and thin through seven seasons on television and the official "eighth season" in Dark Horse's line of comics
Joss Whedon's cult hit "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" didn't end when the TV show went off the air, but rather continued its "8th Season" as a comic book. A recent storyline included a "True Blood"-esque public announcement that vampires exist, leading ditzy blonde vampire Harmony t