A Midsummer Night's Ramble
A Midsummer Night's Ramble
BtVS returns to comics for Season 8
First Look: The new Buffy comic
From comics she was born, and to comics she shall return: Buffy the Vampire Slayer's post-cancellation adventures will soon begin anew -- penned by Joss Whedon himself -- in the pages of Dark Horse Comics. Here's an exclusive cover image (by artist Georges Jeanty) from issue No. 1. As you can see, she's kept in shape during her hiatus.
Amber Benson on CW's Supernatural
Amber Benson Guest Stars on Supernatural's Second Season
Fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Firefly creator Joss Whedon know Amber Benson as Tara, Willow's girlfriend, from Buffy. Since her character's dramatic departure from the series, Benson has been a busy young lady. During her time on the show, she wrote, produced and directed Chance -- an independent film about relationships in L.A. Now, Benson is the co-creator and writer of the book series Ghosts of Albion with Stoker Award winning author Christopher Golden, based on the continuing adventures of characters from their BBC Web episodes. Benson also has two interesting projects being released this year, her second feature film Lovers, Liars, and Lunatics and a guest appearance on the CW network's Supernatural, which is now heading into its second season.
Doug Petrie joins CSI writing staff
Question: Do you have any burning CSI scoop you need to tell us? — Carrie
Ausiello: Major-ass prattle poop! Facing the looming clash from Grey's Anatomy, I hear producers will be going way, way, way out on the story lines this coming season. Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum Douglas Petrie has been brought onto the writing staff and given what my source calls "a very free hand" to bring a wilder take to the storytelling.
David Boreanaz' Bones Blog
A look behind-the-scenes from the set of Bones
Believe it or not, we're already in episode six. We started shooting that a couple days ago. The episodes are getting a little bit absurd as far as the humor is concerned. We have a gentleman who comes in from the state department at the beginning of this episode and he's a very, very small man. Bones automatically begins attacking him. It's pretty funny, the absurdity of that character, him being the head of the state department and what not.
Two part Charisma Carpenter interview at tvguide.com
Part One: Charisma Carpenter Gets a Buffy Reunion
Part Two: Mars Bombshell Is Still Wonder-ing
Just as I was packing my bags to fly out to Los Angeles for the Primetime Emmys, the call came: "Can you interview Charisma Carpenter tomorrow?" As in, the moment I touched down at LAX. It was asking a lot, but, hey, we're talking about the great-to-gab-with gal otherwise known as Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Angel's crafty Cordelia and Veronica Mars' man-eater Kendall, who maybe, just maybe, might channel her inner Wonder Woman to play a big-screen superheroine.
Random Quotage:How many times have you been knocked out, anyway? I swear, one of these times, you're gonna wake up in a coma.
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