Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Dark Horse Comics has announced Corinna Bechko and Geraldo Borges are teaming to bring fans the eleventh season of Angel.
Home Economics is horrifying, especially when taken at Sunnydale High. Dark Horse Comics kicks off the next installment of its young adult reader series with Buffy: The High School Years – Glutton for Punishment.
As revealed at the Dark Horse: CLASSIFIED! panel at New York Comic Con 2015, Dark Horse will deliver a new original graphic novel series titled Buffy: The High School Years, executive produced by Joss Whedon. The first volume will be written by Eisner Award–winning author Faith Erin Hicks (The Adventures of Superhero Girl) with artist Yishan Li. Together they’re bringing the angst, the action, and the cool to Buffy the Vampire Slayer!
I’ve long discussed the importance of female lead characters, in comics, television and movies, who are as diverse as male leads are. For instance, a male lead can be everything from a scientist to a boxer, including all shades of grey in between. On the other hand, and this tends to happen among women fans, a female lead needs to be maternal and willing to talk things out rather than resort to action or violence. Otherwise, she is just a “male with tits,” as was described to me. Recently, an interview with Joss Whedon, who’s helming the upcoming Avengers: Age
When the Buffy canonical series started with Season 8 several years ago, I was on the edge of my seat each month for more vampire-slaying action. I’ve drifted away from her adventures in recent months, but we’re going to remedy that situation here today! Your Major Spoilers review of Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Season 10 #11 awaits!
Megan Levens is a busy lady. Her creator-owned (with writer Jamie S. Rich), series Madame Frankenstein recently wrapped up at Image Comics and will be out in trade paperback next month, she and Rich are also paired up on the digital first series Ares and Aphrodite being released weekly from Oni Press, Inc and this week she takes over art duties for the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 series over at Dark Horse (Megan’s work begins in issue #11).
Press Release The Lehigh Valley is gearing up for one of its biggest shows – The Great Allentown Comic Con (GACC) show on July 12, 2014. The GACC is the largest comic & pop culture convention in north east Pennsylvania, and is celebrating its fifth year bringing family friendly entertainment, costume “cosplay” contests, prizes, and many well-known guests from the comic book artist realm as well as TV and Films.
Press Release Announced at New York Comic Con, Dark Horse is bringing the Whedonverse into it’s tenth season with the help of fan favorite authors, Christos Gage and Victor Gischler.
Season 9’s journey has come to an end, but who will stand and who will fall? Will Buffy be able to repair the damage she has caused? And, more importantly, can there be a Season 10? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “Will There Be A Season 10?” When Dark Horse announced the debut of Buffy Season 9 a couple of years ago, I wasn’t entirely sure that I was interested. Season 8 had some serious narrative and editorial drift, and kind of fell apart 3/4 of the way through before managing to barely get itself together in the end, and the end of all magic left Season 9 in a weird position, given that most of the cast either used magic or came from magical origins in the first place. After a bit of controversy early on, Season 9