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Comic Review: Buffy Season 11: Giles #1

Things have not been easy for Giles since his resurrection at the end of season nine. Angel, remorseful for what he had done under the influence of Twilight, sought to bring Giles back by any means ne...

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Comic Review: Buffy Season 11 #11

Buffy Season 11 is racing toward its conclusion and at this point, pretty much all of the cards on the table. The Slayer and her friends are gearing up for a fight. The plot has pretty much completely...

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Comic Review: Buffy Season 11 #9

While there are parts of this issue that certainly seem rushed, I’m left extremely excited at the end of it because I have absolutely no idea what to expect. Everything about it feels like part one of...

Evil Dead Regeneration

Seven Video Games Based on Horror Movies & TV That Are Actually Really Fun

When a horror movie is successful enough, it will find itself with all different kinds of attempts at merchandising. Novelizations, comics, and sometimes video games. These are usually the clunkiest o...

Buffy High School Years

Comic Review: Buffy: The High School Years: Parental Parasite

The latest hardcover Buffy: The High School Years graphic novel hits stores soon and I’m happy to say that it very much feels like an early episode of the show. These books are all set during the firs...

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Comic Review: Buffy Season 11 #5

I cannot express how great it is to have Georges Jeanty back on Buffy, even if it’s for a single issue. This is not to take away anything from the work Rebekah Isaacs has done over the course of her a...

Buffy "Who Are You"

Ten Episodes of Buffy That Changed Television

In many ways, Buffy created modern genre television. It originated a template that has become the standard in the twenty years since the show premiered. A season centering on a singular storyline, bre...

Spike from Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Love’s Bitch: Why Spike Stood Out Among Standout Characters

In the 1930s, vampires were enigmatic villains. In the 60’s, they became a little more personable, a little more charming. In the ‘70s, though they retained that charming nature, they began to show th...


She Saved the World A Lot: Growing Up With Buffy the Vampire Slayer

I was eight years old when Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered. It worked out in a funny way. By pure coincidence, my dad came home with the movie solely because he found the title hilarious. It became...

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