Buffy the Vampire Slayer comics refer to comic books based on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. While many of these comics were published when. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (or Buffy for short) is a comic book meta-series published by Dark Horse Comics in the course of twenty years (–). Initially. Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a comic book series from Boom! Studios. It's described as the original homonym series reimagined for the year of This is the.
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Book 1 of 8 in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight TPB Series . The newest incarnation of the Buffy comic, written by series creator Whedon. High school can be hell and no one knows that better than Buffy the Vampire Slayer, who returns to her teenage roots in a new comic book. “High school can be hell and no one knows that better than Buffy the Vampire Slayer, who returns to her teenage roots in a new comic book series from BOOM!.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer comics
Cover by Dave Stewart. Bear witness to teenager Buffy Summers's transformation from simple high school student to super Vampire Slayer! Follow Buffy's trials and tribulations as she comes to accept her destined role to thwart the legions of the undead from spreading their veil of evil across Los Angeles.
Adapted from creator Joss Whedon's original screenplay from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer feature film, The Origin updates the material to match the tone and characters of the hit television series, making this the official Buffy launching pad! Softcover, 80 pages, full color.
Written by Dan Brereton. Art by Hector Gomez and Sandu Florea. Who are the mysterious sisters who have come to Sunnydale, and what are those nasty beasts that they have brought with them? It's Buffy's job as the slayer to find out, and do it but good! Of course, things can't help but be complicated -- one of the sister's has her sights on Angel! Balancing school books with the undead, Buffy takes the definition of awkward teen years to the extreme.
Based on the popular television series! Collects Buffy the Vampire Slayer Written by Andi Watson. Art by Joe Bennett and Rick Ketcham.
For year-old Buffy Summers, slaying vampires is as common as doing homework - except she has better luck fighting the undead than writing term papers! This volume collects the wildly popular first three issues of the comic book series based on the hit television show.
Included, at no extra charge, is the hard-to-find Dark Horse Presents page adventure, presented in color.
Softcover, 88 pages, full color. Written by Andi Watson and Dan Brereton. Everyone's favorite champion of goodness is back in a new trade-paperback edition, collecting issues four through seven of the hit ongoing series. Follow Buffy as she battles ice imps, Puritans, hellhounds, and even a demon for good measure! The fourth collection in the sell-out series, this one is a must-have for Buffy aficionados.
Otherwise, you're just a loser! Softcover, 96 pages, full color. Buffy the next runway supermodel? Believe it! Buffy pursues a potential modeling career only to learn that beauty isn't just skin deep. Selke, the vampire Buffy thought was killed in a mausoleum fire, returns with a vengeance, and convinces a plastic surgeon to find a solution to her "cosmetic" complaints. She's back, and she's out for blood literally! Written by Doug Petrie. Art by Ryan Sook.
Photo cover by David Stewart.
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From the writer of the television series and the most talked about artist on the comics series comes an intricate and explosive graphic novel. Giles is a wreck, and Buffy's not much better, knowing the man she loves is a homicidal maniac.
But when the armor of a samurai demon is stolen from a cargo ship, a new battle is pitched to determine who will master the Ring of Fire. Art by Cliff Richards and Joe Pimentel. Buffy the Vampire Slayer is back, expanding the mythos of the wildly popular television series.
As Sunnydale becomes an increasingly hazardous place to re-kill the undead, the ante is upped as Buffy must again confront her old enemy Selke. And she's back with bad blood -- a supernatural brew that can dramatically increase a vampire's powers!
Soft Cover, 80 pages, full color. Here it is, fight fans - the last rounds of the epic Buffy vs. Selke battle royale, and the conclusion of the Bad Blood story line!
Watch as the Selke moves closer and closer to finishing off the Slayer. And Buffy has to come to grips with her dark side If that's not enough for you, how about a gigantic fight to the finish in the middle of Downtown Sunnydale?
Miss this one, and you'll be kicking yourself later! Written by Christopher Golden and James Marsters. Art by Ryan Sook and Eric Powell. Four tales of the most vile, murderous, and destructive -- not to mention codependent -- couple ever to visit Sunnydale are presented in one volume, covering an entire century of bloodshed, from China in to Rio in Also included are the two follow-ups by Golden and artists Sook and Eric Powell, plus the final word on the duo, the page epilogue "Who Made Who?
Written by Christopher Golden.
The gang is off to college and Buffy's whole world is changing. How much education does a girl who's destined to kill monsters her whole life really need?
To quell her confusion, Buffy throws herself into Slaying with wild abandon and disastrous results. Her killing of Sunnydale's answer to big foot may just bring about the rising of the demon Ky-Laag, and the end of the world. And the only group who know what's going on and who want to stop it, the mysterious Blood of Carthage, also want to kill Buffy for starting it all.
What's a gal to do? This trade paperback collects the BtVS's longest and most involved storyline to date.
The events in this story will have repercussions in the Buffy-verse for years to come, so do not miss it! Softcover, pages, full color. Arnold, Jason Minor, and P. Craig Russell. The largest Buffy collection ever! Also presented here is the unforgettable "Double Cross," Doug Petrie's epilogue to Buffy's third season, dealing with the night Angel left Sunnydale once and for all. These stories span three years of Buffy's history, taking us through the breakup with Angel, and into the college years.
Collects Angel and Buffy the Vampire Slayer Tales and Fray.
In , after a four year publishing hiatus, the first issue of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight , the canonical continuation of the TV series, was published. The story wrapped up in its finale when it was revealed that the license for the Buffy comics was moving from Dark Horse after 20 years. Exceptionally, in Little, Brown Books for Young Readers published the first of a new graphic novel series, simply titled Buffy the Vampire Slayer , introducing Buffy Summers with a new Scooby Gang acting in middle school.
The 20th Century Fox -owned publishing house Boom! Studios picked up the license of the comics rom Dark Horse, debuting in the homonym Buffy the Vampire Slayer series. Sign In Don't have an account? Digital Chameleon.
Inker s: Dave Stewart. Chynna Clugston-Major. Jeff Parker. Most of the Buffy comic stories were published while the television series was airing. After the series was over, Dark Horse Comics compiled select stories in comic books so that people could find them more easily. Dark Horse Comics published many comic stories during the airing of the TV series.
After the Fall , a spin-off of this series. Meanwhile, IDW publishing decided to follow up the series Angel: Dark Horse began publishing Season Eleven in November This season consists of a issue Buffy series, a issue Angel series, and a 4-issue Giles miniseries. Fray is an eight-issue comic book limited series , a futuristic spin-off of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Written by Buffy creator Joss Whedon , the series follows a Slayer named Melaka Fray , a chosen one in a time where vampires called "lurks" are returning to the slums of New York City, and the rich-poor divide is even greater.
Volume one is drawn by Karl Moline pencils and Andy Owens inks. In , a new Buffy the Vampire Slayer comic book series was released by Boom!
Studios ; this version of the series is a reboot with no continuity to the television series or previous comics. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: List of Buffyverse comics and List of Angel comics. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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Add to cart Very Fine. A version of this article appears in print on , on Page C3 of the New York edition with the headline: Buffy and the Scooby gang are going out and getting down to put an end to what's become a euphoric feeding frenzy for some the baddest baddies in town. Published Jun by Dark Horse. Buffy, Giles, and the gang learn about the havoc, and Buffy determines that she must go to Angel's side to lend a hand; a decision that does not sit at all well with Buffy's vampire-hunting boyfriend, Riley.