BOOM! Studios has announced artist David Lopez is entering the Buffy-verse for a new arc beginning in Buffy the Vampire Slayer #5.

Buffy’s world has turned upside down, and it’s only a matter of time before something comes along to tip her straight over into the darkness, but will she recognize the danger when it arrives or will it sneak into her life and sow the seeds of chaos from within?

Jordie Bellaire will continue to write the series.

“I am overwhelmed with delight that David López is joining the team. I’m a big fan of David’s work,” said writer, Jordie Bellaire. “He’s an incredibly unique, beautifully cartooned and grounded artist. He’ll be a great fit for Buffy in high school and Buffy in hell – I can’t wait to show readers what we do together!”

David López is a comics artist who lives in Spain. He began his career with Espiral, a slice-of-life comic book with remarkable success in Spain. Soon after he began working for DC Comics where he co-created Fallen Angel with Peter David. López then became the artist for a 30-issue run of Catwoman. In 2008, he became an artist for Marvel Entertainment’s Captain Marvel, Spider-Man, All New Wolverine, and X-Men among many other series. His work on Mystic with G. Willow Wilson, in 2011, received both Harvey Award and Eisner Award nominations. In 2018, López finished work on his creator-owned series BlackHand IronHead for Panel Syndicate.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #5 arrives on June 5, 2019.

via BOOM! Studios

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