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July 21 2004

Bluffy The Vampire Slayer Cartoons. Check out these hilarious comic strips of Bluffy The Vampire Slayer! There is a list of cartoons, and you can check them all out.

I'm being stalked by Bluffy, every time I think I'll never have to see them again, they come and find me...

The Hairgel ones I find somewhat amusing, but I think I'm missing the humour in a majority of them. Maybe it's just me.

[ edited by Faith on 2004-07-21 18:29 ]
oh, they were quite funny.but they weren't laught out loud comedies.
It sure seems like we knock out a lot of pages. This one is all blank now.
Willowy, i'm assuming that these are the cartoons that are regularly posted at slayerverse.net and if that is the case you are really not missing anything.

I have yet to laugh at a single one of them. The writers of Family Guy are definately in no danger of being replaced that is for sure! :)
Willowy, i'm assuming that these are the cartoons that are regularly posted at slayerverse.net and if that is the case you are really not missing anything.
Unless Willowy is fond of torture.

I have yet to laugh at a single one of them.
Me neither, and I run Slayerverse US. I haven't posted any of them, though, they're just too painfully unfunny for me.
Hate to pile on, but as Faith and The Warlock have said, the "jokes" in the cartoons are blindingly obvious and the art is rather poor. Sorta like Buffy meets the Family Circus (and apologies to FC fans), but without the humor.

Trying to make an already extremely witty show somehow wittier in single panels without any obvious inspiration is, IMO, a guaranteed recipe for big smoking failure.
And the funny keeps on leaving.
these were also posted on buffy.nu

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