NYCC 2017: Two Decades with Feeling – A Buffy the Vampire Slayer Celebration

 

 

The kick-off of New York Comic Con 2017 is nigh.  Tomorrow begins 4 days of the ultimate geek fun, filled with comic books, toys, games (video and beyond), panels, autographs, cosplay — the list goes on.  The annual event is the East Coast’s largest pop culture convention and you can find out more about it here.

And we have the perfect way to celebrate all things Hellmouth-y at NYCC 2017 and it’s happening on the first night!  Check it out and hope to see some of you there.

 

Thursday, October 05, 2017, 8:45 PM – 10:00 PM

Location:  Hudson Mercantile located at 500 W. 36th Street, NYC

Join the authors of Tor Books’ Slayers & Vampires, the definitive new oral history of Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel, Edward Gross & Mark A. Altman (co-authors of The Fifty-Year Mission), as they re-open the Hellmouth and look back at the secret history of the slayer who saved the world a lot. They reflect on the untold secrets of Buffy The Vampire as well as what the future might hold for Slayage in the 21st century. Also, revisiting the under-appreciated genius of Angel and the Buffy’s that never were in a candid and insightful look back at Sunnydale circa 1997. There may even be singing along the way, some surprises and special giveaways.  All ages.

 

Haven’t gotten your ticket yet?  You are in luck – single day tickets for Thursday (only) are still available. Buy tickets here: https://www.showclix.com/event/Buffy20th57465

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Post Author: Mara Laine

I don’t binge-watch, I power-watch.

I’m a major television junkie, but I love movies, too. I embraced my geek style at the turn of the millennium and have run with it since then. I have been working in the entertainment industry since forever, but it hasn’t dulled my sense of wonder whenever I watch a great movie or an absorbing television show.

I love genre — sci fi, horror, fantasy — in particular, I love vampires, the supernatural, space westerns, some slasher pics and stories / movies / shows related to witches and wizards. I also love comedies — they make life easier.

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