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April 06 2012

(SPOILER) Dark Horse's Buffyverse comic books for July. The line-up includes Buffy #11 and A&F #12. Covers and descriptions are very spoilerish for guest stars.

March 30 2012

(SPOILER) The real variant cover for Buffy Season 9 #8. Not this one after all.

March 27 2012

(SPOILER) Some Buffy Season 9 info from Dark Horse's Scott Allie. It may confirm what you've already guessed or then again, it might not.

March 26 2012

(SPOILER) Preview for Buffy Season 9 #8. Does it shed any light on last issue's bombshell? There's only one way to find out.

March 15 2012

(SPOILER) Dark Horse's Scott Allie talks Buffy Season 9 #6 and #7. In which recent major plotlines get discussed.

February 27 2012

(SPOILER) Phil Noto's cover art for Buffy Season 9 #10. Comic Book Resources got that exclusive and there's the the usual solicitation info for the issue as well. Newsarama has Georges Jeanty's cover for #10 and Rebekah Isaacs' cover art and solicitation info for Angel & Faith #11.

February 13 2012

(SPOILER) A love letter to Buffy. Kelly Thompson at Comic Book Resources praises Buffy Season 9 #6 by saying "This single comic book made for a good day for comics. A good day for characters. A good day for creators. A good day for feminism."

February 12 2012

(SPOILER) Preview page for Buffy Season 9 #7. It'll be a long wait till next month.

February 08 2012

(SPOILER) interview Joss Whedon about the latest events in Buffy season 9. A good read. And Mr Chambliss speaks here.
(SPOILER) Discuss Buffy Season 9 #6. Find out what happens in the aftermath of last month's revelation.
(SPOILER) Joss Whedon talks about Buffy's biggest challenge. As you would expect, there's huge spoilers for Buffy Season 9 #6. UPDATE: Reaction to the interview (and plot development) at Bleeding Cool, Pink Is The New Blog, Comic Book Resources, io9, Comics Alliance and The Mary Sue.

January 18 2012

(SPOILER) Preview pages for Buffy Season 9 # 6. It's the first part of the next arc which is two issues.

January 13 2012

(SPOILER) Dark Horse's Scott Allie talks about Buffy's big changes. Find out what will happen as a result of the revelations in Buffy Season 9 #5.

January 11 2012

(SPOILER) Discuss Buffy Season 9 #5. The details for "Slayer, Interrupted" are out thanks to the digital release of the issue at midnight and as Sam Beckett used to say, "oh boy".

January 04 2012

(SPOILER) When Buffy met Hellboy - that game-changing sketch. Dark Horse's PR campaign for Buffy Season 9 #8 continues with this highly spoilerific Duncan Fegredo sketch.

December 28 2011

(SPOILER) Cover for Buffy Season 9 #8. Cover art by Phil Noto.
The top 100 comics of 2011. Comic Book Resources places Buffy Season 9 at no. 72.

December 26 2011

(SPOILER) CBR Interview with Karl Moline about Buffy Season 9 #5. A little more info on the next issue and talk about the creation of Fray.

December 16 2011

(SPOILER) Preview pages for Buffy Season 9 # 5. Early preview of first one off story for Buffy Season 9.

December 14 2011

(SPOILER) Discuss Buffy Season 9 #4. It's the final part of the "Freefall" arc, find out what what Joss and Andrew have in store for us. More...

December 08 2011

(SPOILER) Dark Horse's Whedonverse comics for March. There's covers and blurbs for Buffy #7 and Angel & Faith #8.

December 02 2011

First Buffy Season 9 tpb announced. Plus a tease of the cover.

November 09 2011

(SPOILER) Discuss Buffy Season 9 #3. Find out what's happening in issue 3.

November 07 2011

8 great (new) female positive ongoing comic books you should be reading. Comic Book Resources' She Has No Head! column recommends Angel & Faith and Buffy Season 9 in their list of ongoing books with good female portrayals.
(SPOILER) Phil Noto's cover art for Buffy Season 9 #6. He's taking over cover duties for the series. There's an interesting synposis for the issue as well. More...

November 01 2011

(SPOILER) NYCC '11: Interview with Dark Horse Editor Scott Allie. brought by insertgeekhere. Allie talks about Buffy S9 and his experience in dealing with fans, Star Wars/Serenity flip book, Sugar Shock and Dr. Horrible comics.

October 30 2011

(SPOILER) A roundup of reviews for Buffy Season 9 #2. IGN says "Season 9 tells stories in the style of the original TV show without having to make the same sorts of budgetary concessions". Geeks of Doom thought the issue was "a good, fun read". The Comic Book Review liked it and said Buffy was "not relegated to one end or another of a gender-role dichotomy". The Daily Blam! liked the plot device but thought the story relied too much on self-pity and What Culture! thought the book "shows great promise". More...

October 28 2011

(SPOILER) Buffy Season 9 #3 preview. A four-page preview on the Dark Horse website.

October 15 2011

Interview with Dark Horse's Scott Allie on Buffy & Firefly comics. A short interview from New York Comic Con touches on Buffy Season 9, the future of Firefly comics from Dark Horse, and digital comic books.

October 12 2011

(SPOILER) Discuss Buffy Season 9 #2. Find out what happens after last issue's cliffhanger (ahem).

October 03 2011

(SPOILER) An advance review of Buffy Season 9 #2. This issue will be out on the 12th.

October 02 2011

(SPOILER) Buffy Season 9 #2 preview. Three-page preview on the Dark Horse website.

September 18 2011

(SPOILER) A roundup of reviews for Buffy Season 9 #1. Comic Book Resources gave the issue 4 1/2 stars out of 5 saying "Joss Whedon has managed the impossible yet again, somehow reinventing and reinvigorating these beloved characters". Comics Bulletin awarded it 4 out of 5 bullets, "A slow start is just what this title needed". thought that "watching Buffy act like a normal twentysomething screw-up is adorable". Newsarama went with "Season Nine of Buffy is off to an amazing and hilarious start" and IGN said it was "surprisingly entertaining and even downright humorous at times". More...

September 15 2011

(SPOILER) Scott Allie Slayalive Q/A For Buffy Season 9 #1. Covers a wide range of topics.

September 14 2011

(SPOILER) Discuss Buffy Season 9 #1. She's back (and in San Francisco too). Btw if you're curious about how the issue ends, then head here.

September 07 2011

Andrew Chambliss interview about Buffy Season 9. Nothing spoilery.

September 06 2011

(SPOILER) Some new info about what to expect in Buffy Season 9. This comes from Georges Jeanty's panel at Dragon*Con.
(SPOILER) MTV's advance review of Buffy Season 9 #1. I'm putting a spoiler warning since it does hint at stuff plus it includes the already released preview pages.

August 29 2011

(SPOILER) Andrew Chambliss talks to CBR about Buffy Season 9. There are some mild spoilers sprinkled in there, including a hint at the nature of the SFPD's relationship with Buffy. Also, the previously released preview pages are included, so avoid if you want to remain completely spoiler-free.

August 11 2011

Five questions with Buffy artist Georges Jeanty. He talks about the challenges he faces in Season 9 and what superpower he'd like.

August 05 2011

(SPOILER) Buffy Season 9 sketches by Georges Jeanty. Courtesy of Dark Horse's Facebook Page.

August 01 2011

Read Jane Espenson's 'Spike' digital comic for free. Today, August 1, the first little tidbit of Season 9 is now available through the Dark Horse Digital store, free of charge care of a special code that you can only get through comic shops. More...

July 23 2011

(SPOILER) Buffyfest interviews Andrew Chambliss & Georges Jeanty about Season 9. Video interview has new spoilers.

July 21 2011

(SPOILER) Scott Allie interview from Comic Con. Has some new spoilers for Buffy Season 9 and Angel & Faith.

July 13 2011

Dark Horse announces Whedonverse signings for Comic-Con. Zack Whedon, Andrew Chambliss, Georges Jeanty and Jo Chen will be doing a signing at 12 pm on the Saturday and then Joss will be doing a signing at 5pm (both signings are ticketed by lottery). And there's going to be Buffy Season 9 and Angel and Faith green screens.

July 08 2011

(SPOILER) Dark Horse's Whedonverse titles for October. There's solicitations for "Angel & Faith" #3, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9" #2, and "Dollhouse: Epitaphs" #4.

June 29 2011

Retailer incentives announced for Buffy Season 9. If you have a penchant for the industry side of the franchise, then this press release will be right up your street.

June 24 2011

A Bounty of Buffy: an interview with Dark Horse's Scott Allie. With the 'Last Gleaming' tpb currently at no.1 on The New York Times' Paperback Graphic Books list, the paper's Arts Beat section speaks to Scott about Buffy Seasons 8 and 9 and the Angel & Faith title.

June 23 2011

(SPOILER) Buffy Season 9 #1: the artistic process. A Dark Horse exclusive brought to you by Newsarama.

June 14 2011

(SPOILER) Top ten reasons to look forward to Buffy Season 9. Courtesy of Scott Allie at Dark Horse (and there's a panel from Angel & Faith #1 as well).

June 10 2011

(SPOILER) Dark Horse's Whedonverse comics for September. There's Angel And Faith #2, Buffy Season 9: Freefall #1 and Dollhouse: Epitaphs #3 of 5. ETA Comic Book Resources has more covers for the issues.

June 06 2011

Jane Espenson and Georges Jeanty talk about Buffy Season 9. This interview was conducted last week.

April 12 2011

(SPOILER) Slayalive interview with Georges Jeanty at WonderCon. It was conducted over Wonder Con weekend and has some nice little nuggets. More...

April 06 2011

Curve Magazine chats to Dark Horse's Scott Allie about Buffy Seasons 8 & 9. There's some nice insights into Buffy/Satsu, writing with Joss on 'The Last Gleaming arc' and comic book pacing. As ever, spoilers for youknowwhat in Buffy #39.

April 05 2011

LA Times interview with Andrew Chambliss about Season 9. Dollhouse writer Andrew Chambliss talks about his role in Dark Horse's Season 9 of BtVS and there's Georges Jeanty cover art as well.

April 01 2011

Dark Horse reveals plans for Buffy Season 9. Joss will write the first issue and then he and Andrew Chambliss will co-write the rest of the season (Georges Jeanty to do the art). And Buffyfest has an interview with Chambliss talking about his involvement (there's sumptious cover art too). The new Angel series will be called "Angel and Faith", written and drawn by Christos Gage and Rebekah Isaacs (more details on that here, and CBR has an interview with Gage plus artwork). Both titles will be 25 issues long. And read what Scott Allie has to say in this SlayAlive Q&A. Spoilers all over the place. Btw TFAW has the video of the Dark Horse panel where the announcments were made.

March 29 2011

(SPOILER) Little Buffy Season 9 preview panel from Dark Horse's Facebook page. A panel from something season 9 related.

February 08 2011

Illustrating the final issue of Buffy Season 8. Georges Jeanty talks to Comic Book Resources about "the process of Buffy". There's spoilers if you haven't read the last two issues.

January 20 2011

Rebekah Isaacs to pencil Buffy Season 9? Bleeding Cool thinks she could be the new artist.

January 19 2011

(SPOILER) IGN interview Dark Horse's Scott Allie about Buffy. He talks about the end of season 8 and season 9. There's also an interview with him over at Buffyfest.
(SPOILER) Joss Whedon talks about the end of Buffy Season 8. And drops hints for the future as well.

December 31 2010

Buffy Season 9 included in Newsarama's 11 to watch in '11. These eleven series/graphics novels are the ones to look forward to in the new year, according to the site.

December 16 2010

(SPOILER) Unofficial Buffy Season 9 sample art. Slayalive has gotten some spec art for Buffy Season 9. According to Scott Allie, this art is no longer under consideration. More...

April 15 2010

Buffy Season 9 planned for mid 2011. That's the latest news to come out of C2E2.

October 09 2008

(SPOILER) Jeph Loeb on Buffy #20. He tells Comic Book Resources all about the themes of this very special issue.

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