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Dust Waltz

Written by: Dan Brereton
Pencilled by: Hector Gomez
Inked by: Sandu Florea

Who are the mysterious sisters who have come to Sunnydale, and what are those nasty beasts that they have brought with them? It's Buffy's job as the slayer to find out, and do it but good! Of course, things can't help but be complicated -- one of the sister's has her sights on Angel! Balancing school books with the undead, Buffy takes the definition of awkward teen years to the extreme. Based on the popular television series!
 

Remaining Sunlight

Written by: Andi Watson
Pencilled by: Joe Bennett
Inked by: Rick Ketcham

For 17-year-old Buffy Summers, slaying vampires is as common as doing homework -- except she has better luck fighting the undead than writing term papers! This volume collects the wildly popular first three issues of the comic-book series based on the hit television show. Included, at no extra charge, is the hard-to-find Dark Horse Presents 10-page adventure, presented in color for the first time. Hurry, while supplies last!
 

The Origin

Written by: Chris Golden & Dan Brereton
Pencilled by: Joe Bennett
Inked by: Rick Ketcham & Randy Emberlin & J. Jadsen
Cover by: Dave Stewart

Bear witness to teenager Buffy Summers's transformation from simple high school student to super Vampire Slayer! Follow Buffy's trials and tribulations as she comes to accept her destined role to thwart the legions of the undead from spreading their veil of evil across Los Angeles. Adapted from creator Joss Whedon's original screenplay from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer feature film, The Origin updates the material to match the tone and characters of the hit television series, making this the official Buffy launching pad!
 

Uninvited Guests

Written by: Andi Watson & Dan Brereton
Pencilled by: Hector Gomez
Inked by: Sandu Florea

Everyone's favorite champion of goodness is back in a new trade-paperback edition, collecting issues four through seven of the hit ongoing series. Follow Buffy as she battles ice imps, Puritans, hellhounds, and even a demon for good measure! The fourth collection in the sell-out series, this one is a must-have for Buffy aficionados. Otherwise, you're just a loser!
 

Bad Blood

Written by: Andi Watson
Pencilled by: Joe Bennett
Inked by: Rick Ketcham

Buffy the next runway supermodel? Believe it! Buffy pursues a potential modeling career only to learn that beauty isn't just skin deep. Selke, the vampire Buffy thought was killed in a mausoleum fire, returns with a vengeance, and convinces a plastic surgeon to find a solution to her "cosmetic" complaints. She's back, and she's out for blood—literally! Expanding the mythos of television's hottest horror/adventure series, Bad Blood is high-stakes graphic-novel entertainment served up Buffy-style!
 

Angel: The Hollower

Written by: Christopher Golden
Pencilled by: Hector Gomez
Inked by: Sandu Florea

Buffy the Vampire Slayer has taken television audiences by storm and has brought its rabid audience to the world of comics. And now on the white-hot heels of Buffy's spin-off companion series comes Angel: vampire hero, hunky heartthrob, and new comics icon. Following an encounter with a figure from his past, Angel must now face a horror that he had thought long destroyed: the Hollower, the only natural predator of the vampire. This hideous abomination, however, could hold the key to Angel's salvation . . . or his destruction! And you can bet that if Angel's in danger, a certain Slayer named Buffy's not about to sit on the sidelines! Collecting the three-issue Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Angel series.
 

Crash Test Demons

Written by: Andi Watson
Pencilled by: Cliff Richards
Inked by: Joe Pimentel

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is back, expanding the mythos of the wildly popular television series. As Sunnydale becomes an increasingly hazardous place to re-kill the undead, the ante is upped as Buffy must again confront her old enemy Selke. And she's back with bad blood -- a supernatural brew that can dramatically increase a vampire's powers! Collecting issues #9-11 of the ongoing series.
 

Ring of Fire

Story: Doug Petrie
Art: Ryan Sook
Cover: Dave Stewart

From the writer of the television series and the most talked about artist on the comics series comes an intricate and explosive graphic novel. Set in Season Two of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the story begins just after Angel killed Jenny Calendar. Giles is a wreck, and Buffy's not much better, knowing the man she loves is a homicidal maniac. But when the armor of a samurai demon is stolen from a cargo ship, a new battle is pitched to determine who will master the Ring of Fire. With Angel teamed with Spike and Dru, and Giles nearly out of commission, Buffy, Willow, Xander, and Kendra hardly stand a chance.
 

Pale Reflections

Written by: Andi Watson & Doug Petrie
Pencilled by: Cliff Richards
Inked by: Joe Pimentel

Here it is, fight fans -- the last rounds of the epic Buffy vs. Selke battle royale, and the conclusion of the Bad Blood story line! Collecting issues #17-19 of the hit comics series, watch as the Selke moves closer and closer to finishing off the Slayer. And Buffy has to come to grips with her dark side...literally! If that's not enough for you, how about a gigantic fight to the finish in the middle of Downtown Sunnydale? Miss this one, and you'll be kicking yourself later!
 

Blood of Carthage

By: Chris Golden & Cliff Richards & Joe Pimentel

The gang is off to college and Buffy's whole world is changing. How much education does a girl who's destined to kill monsters her whole life really need? To quell her confusion, Buffy throws herself into Slaying with wild abandon and disastrous results. Her killing of Sunnydale's answer to big foot may just bring about the rising of the demon Ky-Laag, and the end of the world. And the only group who know what's going on and who want to stop it, the mysterious Blood of Carthage, also want to kill Buffy for starting it all. What's a gal to do? This trade paperback collects issues #21-25 of the monthly series and is its longest and most involved storyline to date. The events in this story will have repercussions in the Buffy-verse for years to come, so do not miss it!
 

Spike and Dru

By: by James Marsters, Christopher Golden, Ryan Sook, and Eric Powell

Four tales of the most vile, murderous, and destructive -- not to mention codependent -- couple ever to visit Sunnydale are presented in one volume, covering an entire century of bloodshed, from China in 1900 to Rio in 1999. This 96-page book collects the original Spike and Dru one-shot by TV star James "Spike" Marsters, Christopher Golden, and Ryan Sook, which was heralded by Buffy creator Joss Whedon as the model for future Buffy comics. Also included are the two follow-ups by Golden and artists Sook and Eric Powell, plus the final word on the duo, the 10-page epilogue "Who Made Who?" telling the story of their final farewell in Brazil, refered to but never delved into on the show.
 

Food Chain

Written by: Christopher Golden, Doug Petrie, Jamie S. Rich, Chynna Clugston-Major, Tom Fassbender & Jim Pascoe
Pencilled by: Christian Zanier, Ryan Sook, Jason Minor, Chynna Clugston-Major & Cliff Richards
Inked by: Andy Owens, Joe Pimentel, Tim Goodyear, Curtis P. Arnold, Jason Minor & P. Craig Russell

The largest Buffy collection ever! "Food Chain" presents such landmarks in Buffy's comics history as T.V. scribe Doug Petrie's first comics story, "Bad Dog," drawn by the notorious Ryan (The Spectre) Sook; Christian (Rising Stars) Zanier's first two-part Buffy tale; and Chris Golden and Tom Sniegoski's first Buffy collaboration, from the 1999 Buffy Annual. Also presented here is the unforgettable "Double Cross," Doug Petrie's epilogue to Buffy's third season, dealing with the night Angel left Sunnydale once and for all. These stories span three years of Buffy's history, taking us through the breakup with Angel, and into the college years.
 

Past Lives

Written by: Chris Golden & Tom Sniegoski
Pencilled by: Christian Zanier & Cliff Richards
Inked by: Joe Pimentel & Digital Jump

A huntress is stalking demons in L.A. Normally this would be a good thing, except she's leaving survivors and telling them Angel sent her. Now Angel has an army of demons on his tail, hell-bent on revenge. What's a vampire to do? And how long can his human companions, Cordelia and Wesley, remain safe? Meanwhile, monsters are fleeing the carnage in L.A. and seeking refuge in Sunnydale, where they're being dealt with by the Slayer. Buffy, Giles, and the gang learn about the havoc, and Buffy determines that she must go to Angel's side to lend a hand; a decision that does not sit at all well with Buffy's vampire-hunting boyfriend, Riley. Collecting issues #15-16 of Angel and issues #29-30 from Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
 

Autumnal

Written by: Chris Boal & Tom Fassbender & Jim Pascoe
Pencilled by: Cliff Richards
Inked by: Joe Pimentel

Buffy is being stalked by a creature intent on killing her so that it can bring about the end of the world. So, what else is new? The only person who can save her is a Slayer who should have died a long time ago. Confused? Well, so are Buffy and the gang. If that's not weird enough, what's she to make of a backpack full of maggots? How about a herd of rats that overrun the cafeteria just as she's sitting down to eat? Just how much can Buffy take before she gets totally grossed out? Chris Boal, Tom Fassbender, and Jim Pascoe join Buffy artists Cliff Richards and Joe Pimentel to bring you two tales of revenge and retribution. Collecting issues #26-28 of the ongoing series.
 

Tales of the Slayer

By: Joss Whedon & Tim Sale & Gene Colan & P. Craig Russell & Various
Cover by: Tim Sale

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is the latest in a long tradition of young women who've been trained to give their lives in the war against vampires. We've gotten glimpses of these other women over the years on T.V., in comics, and in books. Now for the first time, the writers from the television series, including the show's creator, Joss Whedon, and one of its stars, Amber "Tara" Benson, present the tales of these girls, with the help of comics' greatest artists. Gene Colan, co-creator of Marvel's Blade and Tomb of Dracula, returns to Dark Horse for the story of a young girl in 1970s New York, battling vampires. Tim Sale, artist of recent epics Batman: The Long Halloween and Superman for All Seasons teams with Joss Whedon for a grim tale of a medieval slayer. American comics legend P. Craig Russell (Dr. Strange, The Ring of the Nibelung) and international rising star Mira Friedmann (Actus Tragicus) also join the stellar lineup.
 

Creatures of Habit

Written by: Christopher Golden
Pencilled by: Logan Lubera & Valentine De Landro & Herb Apon
Inked by: Craig Yeung

You're invited to the sickest party in Sunnydale. DJs will be mixing up somebody- moving grooves, smart drinks will be available at the bar, and we'll be giving up a virgin sacrifice for the blood goddess. An old friend of Spike is in town, and he's getting every teenager in Sunnydale to trip the light fantastic at some very special, underground raves. He has a plan that could mean big things for vampires everywhere, and Spike agrees to help him out. Everyone who is anyone is rolling at these after-hour parties, including a whole posse of vampires. Buffy and the Scooby gang are going out and getting down to put an end to what's become a euphoric feeding frenzy for some of the baddest baddies in town.
 

Oz

Written by: Christopher Golden
Pencilled by: Logan Lubera & Valentine De Landro & Herb Apon
Inked by: Craig Yeung

When Oz left Sunnydale to search for a way to control his werewolf nature, he found what he needed in the Far East. Now that untold story is revealed in comics, as it could never be told on the small screen! Christopher Golden, fan-fave writer of Buffy novels and comics, takes Oz across the world to a secret monastery to find inner peace. But when he gets there, he finds that many of the monks have been kidnapped by a race of demons. Now, if Oz is ever going to master the beast within, he has to rescue the monks and defeat a terrible demon. This collection includes the entire three-issue miniseries plus new pages, and a sketchbook section featuring the work of cover artist John Totleben and series artist Logan Lubera.
 

False Memories

Written by: Tom Fassbender & Jim Pascoe
Pencilled by: Cliff Richards
Inked by: Joe Pimentel & Will Conrad

Remember that time when Buffy's little sister Dawn first found out that Buffy is the Slayer? And then when Angel almost killed Dawn, because no one had told her that he'd turned evil again? Buffy and the gang all have memories connected to Dawn, and only Buffy and Giles know they're not real. But there are still a lot of unanswered questions as to how Dawn came into Buffy's life, and where these memories come from. Now, Dawn has vanished without a trace, and the Scooby gang has no clue where to find her. But Buffy will stop at nothing to find her little sister, even if she has to face off against a cadre of crazed, bloodsucking monks and a former Vampire Slayer turned Slayer Vampire! Collecting issues #35-#38 of the ongoing series.
 

Ugly Little Monsters

Written by: Tom Fassbender & Jim Pascoe
Pencilled by: Cliff Richards
Inked by: Joe Pimentel & Will Conrad

Buffy's mom is dead, the emotions of Buffy and her friends are running high, and lots of little things are causing lots of little problems. With everybody preoccupied with grief, anger, guilt, and regret the fight against the forces of darkness doesn't seem all that crucial somehow. Somebody should have told that to the swarm of angry, deformed, green demon-children that are tearing apart Buffy's house and trying to chew off her face. Want it or not, Buffy has a fight on her hands. But one of her closest friends is keeping a secret that is either the key to victory -- or could get them all killed. Collecting the four-issue series, plus the super-spooky, slam-bang festival of fangs "Night of a Thousand Vampires" one-shot!
 

Haunted

Written by: Jane Espanson
Pencilled by: Cliff Richards
Inked by: Julio Ferreira

A sinister presence stirs among the charred rubble of what used to be Sunnydale High. It seems that the ghost of Sunnydale's former Mayor has a bone to pick with Buffy. Now, on top of dealing with her nightmares about a certain raven-haired, trash-talking former Slayer, she's got a body-snatching, blood-sucking, poltergeist stalking her every moment she's awake. Buffy's left to face the thing without knowing whose hand guides it, armed only with an enigmatic message from Faith: "You're already dead." Fans of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer television show should not pass up the most Faithful collection of Buffy comics ever! Jane Espenson, long-time writer for the Buffy TV series, brings you the first and only appearance of Faith in comics, picking up directly from the Season Three finale!
 

Death of Buffy

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

Buffy is dead. Her friends are trying to get on with their lives. Between them, there is enough anger, frustration, loss, guilt, and tragedy to resurrect an ancient demon. Things aren't looking too good for Willow, Xander, and the gang. A lovelorn demon has been set free into our dimension, and its food is the grief of Buffy's nearest and dearest. If that's not bad enough, a horde of demonic reptilian sorcerers plan to resurrect their fallen comrade and paint the town blood red. Can Buffy's friends face the threat without a Slayer to defend them? Willow finds that she can learn a great deal from these reptilian mystics. And if there's going to be one resurrection, why can't there be TWO?

Reveal #1 TPB

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Angels We Have Seen on High

By: Various
Cover by: Leinil Francis Yu

Dark Horse presents a new anthology showcasing what we do best, with a healthy and diverse mix of action-adventure strips by some of the biggest and the best in mainstream and alternative comics creators. In a landmark Buffy story, Scott Lobdell and Jeff Matsuda reveal the first meeting between Angel and Dawn, set before Buffy ever came to Sunnydale, before she and Angel ever met. The X-Men and WILDCATS team of Joe Casey and Sean Phillips presents autobiographics from the mainstream, with a short piece about a comics writer. Peter David and Alex Maleev give us a glimpse into Spyboy's darker adventures, and Francisco Ruiz Velasco provides a short story spin off from Lone Wolf and Cub 2100, which is featured on the cover by X-Men and Highroads artist Leinil Francis Yu. Also featured are new strips by Dave Land (Star Wars: Infinities) and Craig Thompson (Goodbye, Chunky Rice), and Scott Allie (Star Wars: Empire) and Paul Lee and Brian Horton (Creatures of Habit novel). Hellboy editor Scott Allie interviews Hellboy director Guillermo Del Toro (Blade II) and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola during the early days of production on their Hellboy film. We are also proud to present a special Dark Horse Fine Arts section, with shorts by R. Sikoryak (Drawn & Quarterly) and the Fillbach Brothers (Poison Elves), and, we kid you not, a two-page comic strip by the most important artist of the twentieth century, Pablo Picasso (Guernica).

Notes From the Underground TPB

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

This volume collects Buffy newcomer Scott Lobdell's (X-men, Highroads) debut story arc along side veteran Buffy scribe Fabian Nicieza! Joining established Buffy artist Cliff Richards, Lobdell and Nicieza begin their run by wrapping up four years worth of stories, featuring many returning faces. This story paves the way for a whole new direction for the Buffy comics. Collecting issues #47-50 of the ongoing Buffy the Vampire Slayer series.

Willow and Tara TPB

Amber Benson & Christopher Golden & Terry Moore & Andi Watson & AJ

Buffy the Vampire Slayer's own Amber "Tara" Benson takes up scripting duties on these collected stories of everyone's favorite Wiccan couple with the help of writer Christopher Golden (Angel, Buffy TVS: The Watcher's Guide, BPRD). This volume will collect the Willow and Tara one-shot "WannaBlessedBe" drawn by Terry Moore, the two-part Willow and Tara: "Wilderness" story and Andi Watson's two- part Willow and Tara comic strip featured in Dark Horse Extra!

Viva Las Buffy TPB

Written by: Scott Lobdell & Fabian Nicieza
Pencilled by: Cliff Richard
Inked by: Will Conrad
Cover by: Paul Lee & Brian Horton

The Buffy saga takes a bold new direction under the guidance of former X-Men writers Lobdell and Nicieza--It's 1996, and Buffy Summers has just accepted her role as the Vampire Slayer. After the destruction of her high school, she flees to Las Vegas to sort out her life, but there's more than Wayne Newton and hookers in the city of sin. A twisted coven den of vampires has big plans for the strip. Dark Horse takes you where the TV show never did, back to Buffy's roots, in the summer before she arrived in Sunnydale. And there's a tall, dark, and handsome stranger keeping an eye on her during those dangerous nights in Vegas.

Fray: Future Slayer TPB

Writer: Joss Whedon
Cover Artist: Karl Moline
Penciller: Karl Moline
Inker: Andy Owens
Letterer: Michelle Madsen
Colorist: Dave Stewart, Michelle Madsen

Hundreds of years in the future, Manhattan has become a deadly slum, run by mutant crime-lords and disinterested cops. Stuck in the middle is a young girl who thought she had no future, but learns she has a great destiny. In a world so poisoned that it doesn't notice the monsters on its streets, how can a street kid like Fray unite a fallen city against a demonic plot to consume mankind? Joss Whedon, the celebrated creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, brings his vision to the future in this unique tale. As inventive in the comics medium as in that of television or film, Whedon spins a complex tale of a skilled thief coming of age without the help of friends or family, guided only by a demonic Watcher.

Slayer, Interrupted TPB

By: Scott Lobdell, Fabian Nicieza, Cliff Richards, Paul Lee

Buffy Summers has burned down the school gym, run off to Vegas, and filled her diary with tales of vampires and demons -- her parents see no other choice than to have her committed to a mental institution. During her stay, Buffy finds that she likes not having to slay vampires and demons night after night. But there's something sinister going on here as some of the doctors may not be what they appear. Meanwhile, in England, Rupert Giles' use of black magic has stopped a corrupt Watcher from destroying the Council. Collecting issues #56 through #59 of the ongoing series. Plus: Paul Lee's hilarious Dawn adventure, in which the Slayer's baby sister is mistaken for the Chosen One, and teams with a demonic stuffed bear.

Stake to the Heart TPB

Written by: Fabian Nicieza
Pencilled by: Cliff Richards & Brian Horton
Inked by: Will Conrad
Cover by: Brian Horton

Buffy Summers has faced vampires, demons, and monsters, but now she must face the scariest thing of all: the divorce of her parents. No vampire is safe as the tortured young Slayer takes her anger and frustrations to the streets of L.A., all the while being closely watched by the mysterious vampire with a soul, known as Angel. In a failed attempt to alleviate her pain, Angel accidentally unleashes the Malignancy Demons upon her and her family, each of which personifies and draws its power from particular bad feelings.

 


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