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November 06 2010

Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie art by Drew Struzan. As seen in his recently published book. Click here to view a second page. Thanks to Mr. Savath Bunny for pointing these out.

Cool, I read about this in SX ages ag. I was hoping the Buffy art would turn up online. Cheers.
Oh they're all really lovely. Pity that I wasn't as keen on the actual movie though. *g*
Pretty cool. Some of them remind me what a huge ham Rutger Hauer was on the picture (entertaining though).
These are swesome - a very skilled artist.
That's awesome!

Unlike many, the movie was the first 'Buffy' I knew and fell in love with as a child, so it will always have a very special place in my heart. Plus, it has a (mostly) killer soundtrack! Matthew Sweet, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Divinyls, Susanna Hoffs... Gotta break it out! It's worth buying for 'Silent City' alone!


Woo! Love the OG Buffy Kristy Swanson! These are very pretty.
These are really cool!
Amazing. Really captures the essence of Buffy. Too bad the director/producers couldn't do as good a job transferring Joss' vision onto the big screen. These drawings knock it out of the park.

Wish I had the extra money laying around, I'd snatch up that last one (with the vamp menacingly hovering behind Buffy) in a second.

Thanks for the post wenxina.
Seeing Buffy in hi-tops tickles me.
Drew Struzan did great work regardless of the quality of the movie attached. This would have been a textbook example.

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