Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus

Vol. 1

Graphic Novel - 2007
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Diamond Comics Distributors
The definitive comics collection of all things Buffy starts here. This first massive volume begins at the beginning—The Origin, a faithful adaptation of creator Joss Whedon's original screenplay for the film that started it all. The newly chosen Slayer's road to Sunnydale continues in Viva Las Buffy and Slayer, Interrupted. Next, Sunnydale, the Scoobies, and an English librarian lead the way into Season 1 continuity. Plus, The Goon creator Eric Powell provides pencils to All's Fair, featuring Spike and Drusilla at the 1933 World's Fair.

The smash TV hit Buffy the Vampire Slayer led to nearly a decade of comics at Dark Horse—including multiple specials, one-shots, and guest miniseries. This omnibus series is the ultimate compilation of the Buffy comics Dark Horse has published, and runs along the TV series' timeline. A fitting companion to Whedon's comics-based relaunch of the show.

Baker & Taylor
Running along the the cult-hit television series' timeline, an action-packed compilation of Buffy comics follows the chosen slayer from Los Angeles to Sunnydale and introduces the souled vampire Angel.

& Taylor

Describes the events that led Buffy to become a vampire slayer and her adventures once she accepts her destiny.

Publisher: Milwaukie, Or. : Dark Horse ; London : Diamond [distributor], 2007
ISBN: 9781593077846
Branch Call Number: Y Buffy
Characteristics: 308 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Whedon, Joss 1964-
Powell, Eric


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unbalancedbutfair Aug 03, 2012

One story makes the difference between 2.5 stars and 3.5 stars for me. Much of the origin stories I thought were only so so. Spike and Drusilla? Not really. So much of Drusilla's insanity comes from cadence and body language that it doesn't quite work in this format. But, the origin story of Giles is excellent, as is the bridge between Buffy in the asylum and getting out. Those two stories make it worthwhile.Wouldn't buy it, but read it if you can.


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