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Dark Horse Annual 1998


Script by: J.L. Van Meter
Pencils by: Luke Ross
Inks by: Rick Ketcham
Cover by: Mike Mignola

This action packed 64-pages features the further adventures of Hellboy, My Vagabond Days, Skeleton Key, The Ark, Phineas Page, and... Buffy the Vampire Slayer! Save your allowance and get in line, children, 'cuz this one is gonna go fast!

Dark Horse Presents #141

"Hello, Moon"  By: Daniel Brereton, Christopher Golden, Joe Bennett, & Jim Amash
"Cursed"  By: Christopher Golden, Hector Gomez, & Sandu Florea
"Dead Love"  By: Andi Watson, David Perrin, & Sandu Florea
Cover by: Joe Bennett

The focus of this issue is on three of the major characters from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Giles the Watcher, Angel the cursed vampire, and the Slayer herself are each featured in solo adventures. Giles must deal with a threat from his sorcerous past, Angel copes with being a human trapped in a vampire's body, and Buffy does what she does best: finds vampires and kills them dead!

Spike & Drusilla

Written by: James Marsters & Christopher Golden
Art by: Ryan Sook

Spike and Drusilla, the fan-favorite bloodsuckers from the hit show Buffy the Vampire Slayer, hit the road in their very own one-shot! Following their flight from Sunnydale at the end of last season, the pair find themselves in Eastern Europe, recovering and searching for what they have always sought. For Drusilla, her quest for power is consuming. Spike just wants to have some fun. Will their personal differences be too much for the couple to succeed? Co-written by James Marsters (Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series).

Buffy Annual '99

"The Latest Craze"  By: Christopher Golden, Tom Sniegoski, & Cliff Richards
"Bad Dog"  By: Douglas Petrie & Ryan Sook
Includes Pin-ups by Randy Green, Jeff Matsuda, & others

Here it is, ladies and gentlemen, the event that's been a year in the making: the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Annual 1999! Featuring all your favorite characters (and maybe a few new ones) and all the creators you've come to know and love over the past year. And what a year it's been! Not only is Buffy the hottest show on TV, according to Wizard: "Buffy the Vampire Slayer . . . is the hottest . . . comic on the market." You have to buy this!

Spike & Dru: The Queen of Hearts

Written by: Christopher Golden
Art by: Ryan Sook

When Joss Whedon saw the final copy of the first Spike and Dru, he said, "This is what the comic should look like every month!" We decided that called for a sequel. On their way to Sunnydale, the demonic duo stop off in sultry St. Louis, to try their hands at some riverboat gambling. They soon learn, however, that their rest and relaxation isn't quite as peaceful as they'd hoped!

Dark Horse Presents #150: DHP2K

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: "Killing Time"
Script: Doug Petrie
Pencils: Cliff Richards
Inks: Joe Pimentel
Letters: Amador Cisneros
Cover by: Randy Green & Andy Owens

Millennial fever got you down? Concerns about technological meltdown nagging at your brain? Relax! If you find yourself reading this milestone issue of Comics' Greatest Anthology, you will have survived. Kick off the next thousand years with Buffy the Vampire Slayer in "Killing Time." Buffy has just two minutes to save the earth from a demon that threatens to destroy the world! Paul Chadwick returns to the character he made famous with another brilliant short story for which he himself is justly famous, Concrete. Plus the conclusion of The Nevermen, Jack Pollock's Devil Chef, and other surprise guests in this 48-page spectacular!

Dark Horse Presents Annual 2000: Girls Rule!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: "Take Back the Night"
Written by: Tom Fassbender & Jim Pascoe
Pencilled by: Cliff Richards
Inked by: Joe Pimentel
Cover by: Joe Chiodo

What do a Jedi-hating bounty hunter, a vampire-slaying college student, an Amazon warrior, a teenage spy, and a first-time super-hero have in common? They're all females, and they all kick ass! DHP Annual 2000 celebrates girl power with five exciting new stories featuring some of the most fascinating femme fatales in comics: Star Wars' Aurra Sing, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Xena Warrior Princess' Gabrielle, SpyBoy's Bombshell, and, from Ghost, Silhouette! Pick up this 64-page blockbuster and watch these dames show the big boys that Girls Rule!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Giles
Beyond the Pale

Writers: Christopher Golden & Tom Sniegowski
Artist: Eric Powell
Cover: Eric Powell

For four years, Giles has acted as Buffy's Watcher. In this special tale, readers will follow him on a rare solo adventure. The death of his former mentor draws Giles back to England, where he discovers that the Watcher's Council is guarding a terrible secret, one which may bring about the resurrection of the dark Elder Gods. And even though the Council does not want his help, Giles may be the only person with the knowledge to stop the coming of this supernatural terror.

Spike & Dru: All's Fair

Written by: Christopher Golden
Pencilled by: Eric Powell
Inked by: Drew Geraci
Art by: Keith Barnett
Cover by: Ryan Sook

It's 1933, and Spike and Dru, our favorite vampire duo, are at the World's Fair to have a little fun and maybe eat some tourists. But there's always someone who wants to rain on their parade -- like the deadly vampire hunters who are a tad angry at Spike for killing their ancestor, a girl who just happened to be a Slayer -- or the chaos wizard who's using his scientific display as a front for his attempts to call forth the Elder Gods and end the world! Another twisted tale of vampire love from writer Christopher Golden (Buffy the Vampire Slayer Watcher's Guide) and artist Ryan Sook (Buffy, Superman), the creative team responsible for Spike and Dru's previous Dark Horse adventures.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Jonathan

Written by: Jane Espenson
Pencilled by: Cliff Richards
Inked by: Andy Owens
Cover by: Tony Daniel

Russian vampire mobsters are threatening Sunnydale, and there’s only one person who can stop them — legend-in-his-own-mind Jonathan! But this time Jonathan will need a little help from a certain Slayer and her pals. Sure, they’re amateurs, but every little bit helps. Straight from the small screen, where he starred in his own episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Jonathan jumps into comics, and television writer Jane Espenson is bringing him to life again, along with the regular Buffy art team of Cliff Richards and Joe Pimentel. Don’t miss this story. Hey, even Buffy’s a big fan of this guy. From the writer of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode "Superstar"!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Lover's Walk

Written by: Various
Cover by: Cliff Richards

Living in Sunnydale isn't all about killing monsters. There's also time for deep interpersonal relationships, friendship, and bonding. Like when two people come together to . . . kill monsters. Join us for three tales about some of Sunnydale's most interesting couples. Spike and Dru find out that breaking up really is hard to do. Buffy and Riley navigate the treacherous territory involved in dating the Slayer. And Willow and Tara try to have a nice, relaxing weekend at a bed and breakfast. This anthology is brought to you by a plethora of creative talent from the regular Buffy comics, and it's just in time for Valentines Day! Miss this one and it'll break your heart!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow and Tara

Written by: Amber Benson & Christopher Golden
Art by: Terry Moore & Eric Powell
Cover by: Terry Moore

Christopher Golden, popular author of Buffy comics, novels, and reference books, brings together an amazing team on this first Willow and Tara special. Amber Benson, indie screenwriter and the actress behind Buffy's Tara, and Terry Moore, the award-winning creator of Strangers of Paradise, team with Golden for a chilling look into the witchcraft subculture of UC Sunnydale. One girl's envy of Willow and Tara's friendship threatens to unleash new horrors on Sunnydale, and neither Buffy nor the rest of the gang are around to help the young witches.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Lost and Found

Written by: Fabian Nicieza
Pencilled by: Cliff Richards
Inked by: Joe Pimentel & Will Conrad
Cover by: Brian Horton & Paul Lee

Buffy's dead. Her friends are trying to get on with their lives. Between them, there is enough anger, frustration, loss, guilt and tragedy to drown an ocean...or resurrect an ancient demon. Sunnydale being what it is means things aren't looking too good for the Scoobies. A lovelorn demon has been set free into our dimension, and its food is the grief of Buffy's nearest and dearest. Be here as Fabian Nicieza makes his Buffy debut in what promises to be one of the most talked about comics of 2002! Buffy artists Cliff Richards, Joe Pimentel, and Will Conrad continue to dazzle Buffy fans with their ability to perfectly capture the look and feel of the television series. Now you can take your Buffy anywhere!

Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Angel: Reunion

Written by: Jane Espenson
Art by: Paul Lee & Brian Horton & Ryan Sook & Randy Green & Eric Powell & Chynna Clugston-Major
Cover by: Jeff Matsuda

When Buffy came back from the dead earlier this season, she received a call from Angel, asking for a secret rendezvous. When she came back to Sunnydale the next episode, she didn't tell anyone what happened while she was away. Now Jane Espenson, the TV scribe behind both those episodes, gives us a glimpse into that secret night...Featuring a reunion of Buffy artists dating from the very beginning of our series. This special one-shot, featuring extra story pages, brings back Randy Green, Chynna Clugston-Major, Ryan Sook, and many more. Fronted by Jeff Matsuda, who's drawn more Buffy covers than any other artist, this is a must for followers of the show.

Willow & Tara: Wilderness #1

Written by: Amber Benson & Christopher Golden
Pencilled by: AJ
Inked by: Derek Fridolfs
Cover by: Ajit Jothikaumar

Amber Benson, Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Tara, and acclaimed Buffy novelist Christopher Golden team up with one of the hottest new animation-to-comics transplants -- artist Ajit Jothikaumar -- to bring you the eagerly anticipated follow-up to last year's Willow & Tara special. In Wilderness, Willow, Tara, and Buffy's little sister Dawn are drawn into a web of magical intrigue and horror after stumbling upon a stretch of cursed earth just off the Pacific Coast Highway. Something controls the forest animals, causing them to attack and kill any human who wanders too far into the woods. Can the girls put an end to the mysterious force that's corrupting the natural order and make it back to civilization alive? Or will the woods claims three more victims?

Willow & Tara: Wilderness #2

Written by: Amber Benson & Christopher Golden
Pencilled by: Ajit Jothikaumar & Klebs
Inked by: Derek Fridolfs & Fabio Laguna
Cover by: Ajit Jothikaumar

Don't go into the woods. An evil lurks in the shadows of the forest; it whispers through the trees, hides behind rocks and under dead leaves. Any creature, great or small, with tooth or horn or claw can kill, and will, when Greenjack comes to call. Willow, Tara, and Dawn stumble upon a patch of cursed earth and into an enchanted forest. Can they make it out before Greenjack catches them?

Broken Bottle of Djinn

Written by: Doug Petrie & Jane Espenson
Art by: Gene Colan & Jeff Matsuda
Cover by: Jeff Matsuda

Following up the Tales of the Slayers graphic novel, Buffy TV writers Doug Petrie and Jane Espenson return with a tale of two Slayers: One, a young girl slumming through the bleak streets of 1930's New York City, and another, parading through the brighter streets of 1990's Sunnydale. This month marks fan-favorite cover-artist Jeff Matsuda's first story pages of Buffy Summers, both in this book and in Dark Horse's Reveal. Petrie again teams with his dream artist Gene Colan to show a Slayer facing the same creature as Buffy, but sixty years earlier. Two of the most popular writers from the television series team with one of the hot young stars of the comics and animation scenes, and one of the greatest horror-comics artists of all time. For the occasion, we sprung for a special format and more story pages than just any old Buffy comic.

Chaos Bleeds

Written by: Christopher Golden & Tom Sniegoski
Pencilled by: Cliff Richards
Inked by: Will Conrad
Cover by: J. Scott Campbell

Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski, writers of the upcoming videogame Buffy: Chaos Bleeds, bring the story straight to comics in this look into the twisted world of the game. The barriers between alternate realities have begun to erode around Sunnydale, and Buffy and the gang face nightmare versions of friends and allies, as well as enemies thought long dead. Featuring the return of the vampiric Gorch clan, Sid the Dummy, Faith and more!

Tales of the Vampires

Written by: Becky Cloonan
Artist: Vasilis Lolos
Colorist: Dave Stewart
Cover by: Jo Chen; Gabriel Bá & Fábio Moon

In a small town in Massachusetts, a young man named Jacob goes about his day as usual -- wakes early, eats breakfast with his mom, and heads to school. He's a hard worker and a reliable friend to Alexia, an athletic and headstrong young woman. But at night Jacob likes to cut loose at the local arcade, where he's befriended a reckless gang of vampires who enjoy drinking his blood. Jacob craves the high and the easy escape from the monotony of his life that this "bloodletting" provides. Enter the mysterious and sultry May, who can help Jacob leave those high-school days behind -- that is, if Alexia doesn't stop her first.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season Eight - Willow

Writer: Joss Whedon
Penciller: Karl Moline
Inker: Andy Owens
Colorist: Michelle Madsen
Cover Artist: Jo Chen

Willow Rosenberg has worn many faces -- a shy computer geek, a loyal friend, a passionate lover, a fierce Wiccan, and a dark Willow. Now in Season Eight of the critically acclaimed, award-winning Buffy comics series, Willow's powers have grown exponentially. She can fly. Teleport. And may or may not be immortal. All we know is that Willow went on a walkabout following the demise of Sunnydale, and she met a very sultry, extremely powerful serpent lady who seems to be the key to unraveling the mysteries of what Willow is, and will become.

The Usual
The Usual

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Ooo, gang, did ya hear that? A bonus day of class plus Cordelia! Mix in a little rectal surgery, and it's my best day ever!
-Xander (The Dark Age)

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