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April 11 2011

(SPOILER) Spike # 7 preview pages. The issue is out on Wed.

The dialogue seems so incredibly off, and the depiction of Willow is pretty bad. Semi-interesting concept though, although I think that Willow would understand why it's fucked up to force the insane Drusilla to feel guilty about years of zany murdering fun with a shiny new soul.
Is it me or does that cover not resemble James Marsters in the slightest?
I like what I've read so far. I'll admit that this series has been spotty, but I like where they are going with this. It will be interesting to see how Dru reacts, and how Spike deals with it. I guess the thing I don't buy is how Spike is 100% fine after losing his soul, like "No big deal, I'm fine without it".

Spike (in Intervention, of himself): "Good plan, Spike."
I think the dialogue is pretty good actually. No one can match Joss though. Dru with a soul gets a thumbs up from me. The Spike thing however.....

I always complain that Spike has not evolved as a character since both Buffy and Angel went off the air. This sort of proves it. Spike is always Spike. Even with his soul gone he doesn't seem to have changed at all. Same ole Spike. Same ole character no matter what you do to him or what happens to him or what he goes through

Agree, I love Spike but it's time to have the character really become his own man and start doing something different with him. This series was suppose to be Spike on his own, but it was more of Spike still connected to his past. Now that he is going to part of the Buffy series - I hope that there will be more development for the character.

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