After rereading it twice and then once again after I finished the whole volume I think I finally figured out what was going on, but I definitely think it was needlessly confusing. After rereading it twice and then once again after I finished the whole volume I think I finally figured out what was going on, but I definitely think it was needlessly confusing. She's still fighting creatures of the night, as Willow and Xander grow distant and nightmares plague the Slayer. . Just as Buffy finds contentment in her life, she's torn from routine battle and forced to confront an ancient demon from her former lover's past! She's been unwillingly recruited to take down a former enemy while her friends in San Francisco are left in a Buffy-less lurch with dire consequences.
She's not in charge of an army of slayers nor chasing down the elusive Twilight in this the ninth series, but me likey. We'll see how this progresses I guess. However, Detective Dowling must settle for a little help from the bleached-blond vampire Spike, as Buffy has become distracted by a rather personal problem that will lead her to Robin Wood. Dawn's life hangs in the balance, and Buffy will stop at nothing to save her little sis. Which is great because I love the tv.
They ended the last season in a down and depressed place, but at least they are trying to correct their mistake in this one, but it might take all season to do so. Bad: The art is still just okay. There is a new bad that Buffy takes care off. But evildoers Simone and Severin have their own plans and are ready to undermine the happy reunion! Season 8 ended with a bang when Buffy cut the world off from the hell dimensions and all supernatural influence. But the potential gains seem too good to pass up. And now vampires are more animalistic than human looking and acting.
Such as: heeey, how come everyone knows about vampires? Greenberg take readers on a special two-part adventure where a new kind of Slayer emerges in a world without magic! But personal lives are soon put aside to deal with demons, both real and intangible. Except Buffy has left her best friend, Willow, powerless, and ended the long line of vampire slayers, leaving her hated by the hundreds of girls who recently stood behind her. But there are bigger things. I did like the party Buffy threw and some lines in there. New breed of vamps are out to get her, a new big bad is rolling into town, and even the cops are after the big bad Slayer. Collects the fourth and fifth volumes of Buffy Nine in a deluxe hardcover format with sketchbook extras! Following the tragic events of Season 8--where one of Buffy's closest allies was lost, and another estranged--the Slayer finds herself in a new city struggling like any twenty-something might to pay rent, make--and keep--friends, and atone for all her misdeeds. Let's not even talk about Andrew.
Vampires are becoming an epidemic. Welcome to San Francisco, home of the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz, where everything is like new for Buffy as she finds herself more alone than ever and more important than ever in the fight against the forces of evil! I am definitely excited for this season! Cover by Steve Morris Freefall: Part 4 of 4 - As Xander, Dawn, and Willow retreat into their own complicated lives, Buffy finds herself drawn more closely to her new friend Severin, a mysterious crime fighter in his own right, and a snappy dresser to boot. Pulled into this battle to save the world—again—Buffy is partnered with Koh and Illyria to put a stop Severin. With the Seed crushed and destroyed we're having our favorite Slayer kind of on her own. The community of the Scooby gang, the dialogue, the ever-changing baddies and the oh so hot vampires. What will Buffy do now?! Grave dangers await our heroes at the center of the earth! Spike is also trying to keep his distance, so she can try some normal life.
Buffy has left her best friend, Willow, powerless, and brought an end to a millennia-long tradition of superpowered girls. Let me bring myself in. The Siphon is back, and he's more charged than ever before as he takes out one magical being after another, absorbing their power. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. A Karl Moline, Andy Owens. Now what could they possibly find? I should never have picked this comic up. You have to buy the books elsewhere or get This site is for rating books you've read, finding books you want to read, and discussing books in general.
Meanwhile, things are bad between Buffy and all the Scoobies… Think the world can learn to look out for itself? Predictably, they decide that they need to restore magic to the world, and Willow's the one to do it. Vampires are becoming an epidemic. With Buffy out of town, as the only Scoobies in the vicinity, Xander and Dawn have been approached for guidance. Spike is also trying to keep his distance, so she can try some normal life. Review for issue 2: just like episode one of this season it reminded me of the tv show. Willow has changed hair colour and style, but that's intentional.
Buffy is not ready for that. So in my trademark fashion I started at the start of season 9 and will now work my way back to season 8. The fun and games come to a halt when mysteriously marked bodies start appearing. Together with Andrew and Spike, the worried Slayer will have to confront herself and her comrades, as well as a long-standing annoyance, the number-one Buffy hater of all Buffy haters: Simone, the gun-toting Slayer. Things that go bump in the night are kinda her forte.