James Marsters entertained a full house at Whedoncon over the weekend in Woodland Hills, He talked about many things including how he knew Spike could fall for Buffy, the differences between film and stage acting, one of his favorite roles outside the Whedonverse, and the cast’s doubts that it could do a musical episode.
At Long Beach Comic Expo 2015, Bryant Dillon of Fanboy Comics and Whedonopolis talks with artist Megan Levens about her work on Buffy: Season 10, her expressive depictions of characters, what lies ahead for Buffy and Spike, and more. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE INTERVIEW For more of Fanboy Comics’ coverage of Long Beach […]
Buffy: Season 10 #8 is also Dark Horse’s Halloween issue and features a few “tricks” and the notable “treat” of an unexpected return to Sunnydale!
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I don’t know if any of my fellow comic book sniffers out there have been dealing with Buffy withdrawal as hardcore as I have been these last few months, but it’s time to rejoice, for this week finally sees the release of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 10 #1. While Season 10 sees a “changing […]
While Joss is known for killing off beloved characters, he usually can figure out a way to bring them back.
He’s been a vampire, a time traveler, an evil alien, and even an astronaut. He’s also got a band that includes his son.
He is James Marsters, and he talked about both of his careers during Wizard World Sacramento this past weekend.
“Comic Patrol” is a regular feature pointing out articles, previews, and tidbits relating to the Whedon comic-verse! Greetings, comic book sniffers! Here’s your weekly dose of Whedon geek news – sequential art style! Enjoy!!! ‘Till the end of the world, Bryant the Comic Book Slayer @ComicBookSlayer MINOR SPOILERS BELOW!!! Like It Was […]
Dark Horse Comics’ latest season of Buffy continues to barrel towards the finish line with this week’s release of Issue #22. Writer Andrew Chambliss and artist Georges Jeanty deliver an installment that was less than satisfactory to many of my fellow comic book sniffers, but while Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9 #22 does have its flaws, it also has a genuine, classic “Buffy” feel to it that signals to this Comic Book Slayer that our slayer may have finally gotten her groove back.
Every Whedonite reading is bracing for the inevitable price of their heroes’ actions. For, as a certain bleached-blonde vampire once said, “The thing about magic – there are always consequences – always!”