Comic Book Reviews: Uncanny X-Force, Charmed, Buffy Season 8
It is the canonical continuation of the seventh and final season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series. Buffy and Xander now lead command-central, which is situated at a citadel in Scotland. At their disposal are a wide array of psychics, seers, witches , and Slayers , along with a vast amount of technology.
We thought that the series finale would be the final time that any of us would see the Scooby Gang in action, but Joss Whedon, thankfully, had other plans for his beloved series. In , he decided to launch a comic continuation of his Buffyverse that would bring his critically acclaimed characters to comic book shelves near all of us in brand new adventures. To this very day, the comic book continuation continues. Now, as Whedon prepares to pen a 12th season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer , we are meant to reflect on all of the issues we have collected from the Buffyverse thus far, and in retrospect, we have seen plenty of wild moments happen across each panel. Moments that led us to shock, awe, and shed as many tears as we did back when we were watching the show on television. For our readers who may not have had a chance yet to check out these comics, here is a list compiling all of the craziest moments that y'all missed out on.
By Fabien. On February 1, In Reading Guide. In every generation there is a chosen one. She alone will stand against the vampires, the demons and the forces of darkness.
Whoa, boy, did things go down. And then she effectively destroyed the seed of all magic on earth.
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By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. On March 10, Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans celebrated the 20th anniversary of the first airing of the first episode of Joss Whedn's beloved television series. Buffy the Vampire stayed on the air for seven seasons and even jumped networks, all while building one of the most dedicated fandoms of all time. Then it all came to an end in the epic series finale episode, "Chosen. Or did it? That sounds simple enough, but that was in It's been ten years and the Buffy the Vampire Slayer comic book line has expanded to include multiple series and its canon now reaches across two publishers and into Buffy the Vampire Slayer comics of the past.
It's hard to believe that it's been 20 years since Buffy the Vampire Slayer debuted on the small screen and made its indelible mark on pop culture. Joss Whedon's brainchild was a sublime, nuanced tale where the trials and changes of young adulthood were presented in the form of horror tropes and metaphors. Across seven seasons , we watched Buffy and her best friends lovingly dubbed the "Scooby Gang" grow up while taking on the forces of darkness. They saved the world time and again and faced down death itself, all while spouting quippy, quotable dialogue. By series' end, Buffy was a mature woman who'd drastically changed the status quo of the entire world, and at last made peace with her status as the chosen one. But even though the television show came to an end doesn't mean Whedon ran out of stories to tell.