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March 07 2014

Geek & Sundry talks LGBT issues and Buffy comics. In anticipation of the release of Issue One of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10, Becca & Neil highlight the LGBT Slayers and Snake Lady Demons who have entered the Buffy-verse since the end of the TV series.

January 26 2011

Robot 6's Four more Fantastic comic deaths to make mainstream headlines. Just a suggestion, but the author's Dark Horse suggestion name checks Whedonesque. More...

June 06 2010

(SPOILER) SlayAlive interview with Scott Allie. A few tidbits about the latest Serenity comic, Riley one-shot, as well as Season 8 & 9. Spoilers for "Serenity: Float Out."

January 07 2010

(SPOILER) Buffy #34 Soliciations. Holy moley, this must be an April Fool's joke. The Jo Chen and Georges Jeanty covers are wonderful, but VERY spoilery if they're the real covers for April's comics. More...

September 23 2009

(SPOILER) Joss talks to Complex Magazine. Joss covers the gamut of his current projects. Spoilery if you are staying away from Dollhouse guest star spoilers.

December 05 2008

(SPOILER) Dark Horse Presents: Harmony Kendall's MySpace. Newly created MySpace page the character Harmony. Courtesy of Dark Horse, check back often for updates... More...

March 08 2008

(SPOILER) James Marsters' return to "Smallville." March 27th episode info, images, and future episodes. On the same page: previously seen Dark Horse solicitations for June.

November 05 2007

Buffy season 8 writer Brian K. Vaughan explains WGA strike. On his MySpace blog, Brian K. Vaughan talks about what's behind the Writers Guild strike, how it affects comic books (he has more time for them now), comic book adaptations, and his work as a writer and co-producer on "Lost" for this season. More...

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