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Tales of the Vampires Miniseries
Tales of the Vampires Miniseries

Tales of the Vampires #1

Writer: Joss Whedon, Drew Goddard
Cover Artist: John Totleben, Dave Stewart
Penciller: Alex Sanchez, Paul Lee, Cameron Stewart
Inker: Derek Fridolfs, Paul Lee, Cameron Stewart
Letterer: Annie Parkhouse
Colorist: Michelle Madson

Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, regroups with the writers from the hit TV show to examine the monsters who've challenged the Slayers through the ages. Kicking off the new series, Whedon teams with one of comics' hottest new stars, Catwoman artist Cameron Stewart, for a look at what happens when disaffected youth turns to vampirism. Also Drew Goddard brings us the story of how Drusilla (of the infamous Spike and Dru) went crazy during their time in Prague before reigning their terror on Sunnydale.


 

Tales of the Vampires #2

By: Joss Whedon, Jane Espenson, Scott Morse, Various
Cover Artist: Ben Templesmith

Joss Whedon, the creator of Buffy the Vampire Slayer reunites with Brett Matthews, with whom he wrote the Angel comics series, and Jane Espenson, longtime writer of the TV series, as they continue this bizarre look at the lives of vampires in the world of Buffy and the Slayers. Whedon and newcomer Alex Sanchez continue their framing sequence, in which a group of young Watchers-in-training learn the secrets of the undead from an ancient vampire kept in chains in the basement of the Watchers Council. Scott Morse (Ancient Joe, Barefoot Serpent) illustrates Jane Espenson's poem "Spot the Vampire," a cross between a New Yorker cartoon and a children's book, in which evil hides in plain sight. And the centerpiece of the issue is the fourteen page "Jack" story by Spider-man/Wolverine creative team Brett Matthews and Vatche Mavlian--a Victorian vampire mystery. Under a cover by Cal McDonald and 30 Days of Night artist Ben Templesmith, the second installment of Tales of the Vampires digs deeper into the dark side of Joss Whedon's girl empowerment myth.


 

Tales of the Vampires #3

Writer: Joss Whedon, Jane Espenson, Drew Goddard
Cover Artist: Eric Powell
Penciller: Alex Sanchez, Jason Alexander, Ben Stenbeck
Inker: Derek Fridolfs
Letterer: Annie Parkhouse
Colorist: Michelle Madsen

The writers of the legendary television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer reunite for this chilling five-issue series, masterminded and overseen by Joss Whedon himself! In this issue, Drew Goddard pokes fun at the King of Vampires, Dracula. Jane Espenson looks at the bond between a vampire father and his aging son, and Joss Whedon continues his ongoing story of young watchers in training as they meet their first vampire.


 

Tales of the Vampires #4

Written by: Joss Whedon, Alex Sanchez, Ben Edlund
Cover by: Ben Edlund

In Joss Whedon's continuing serial, a group of precocious young Watchers is schooled on the mysteries and treacheries of vampires. Ben Edlund, creator of The Tick and current staff writer on Whedon's Angel show, returns to comics with a cover and a story this issue, once again pointing to Whedon's world as the ultimate melting pot of TV and comic books.


 

Tales of the Vampires #5

Written by: Joss Whedon, Sam Loeb, Brett Matthews
Cover Artist: Brian Horton
Penciller: Alex Sanchez, Tim Sale, Cliff Richards
Inker: Derek Fridolfs
Letterer: Annie Parkhouse, Richard Starkings, Comicraft
Colorist: Michelle Madsen

Joss Whedon wraps up his Tales of the Vampires series, finally revealing the truth behind the young Watchers' training program and their introduction to their ancient vampire tutor. Brett Matthews (Spiderman/Wolverine) returns with a story of Buffy's favorite vampire—Angel.


The Usual
The Usual

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-Whistler (Becoming Part 1)


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