Whedon Will Finish Fray
From Sci Fi Wire
Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon told SCI FI Wire
he will indeed finish his Dark Horse comic-book series Fray as
soon as he and artist Karl Moline can coordinate their schedules.
Dark Horse has published six of the promised eight issues of the
comic, about a future vampire slayer.
"Oh God, I will [finish], I promise, I'm sorry," Whedon said in an
interview. "I don't know the date. I think I'm just marginally
ahead of the artist on pages, because he went to CrossGen
[Comics], and because my life imploded. We both got really
behind. I'm so embarrassed about it, but it will only take me a
couple of weeks to finish the last issue and a half that I have
left to write. Then it's a question of how we can schedule him to
do the pages. I really want to get it out. I'm very embarrassed
about that. I've known the ending since I've started it. All I have
to do is write it down."
Fray takes place in the distant future of the Buffy universe,
where a Slayer continues the duties of saving the world in a
post-apocalyptic setting. Issues one through six are available
through Dark Horse, with seven and eight at pre-order status.