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March 30 2011

High-Def Digest reviews Buffy Season 8 Motion Comic Blu-ray. Joshua Zyber of High-Def Digest takes a critical eye to the Blu-ray release of the first nineteen issues of season 8 of "Buffy" in motion comic form.

March 09 2011

Buffy Season 8 Motion Comic DVD gets UK release date. According to Amazon.co.uk, it will be out on October 3rd.

March 01 2011

Buffy as Motion Comic: Paper Doll or New Art Form? A very interesting examination of how the story of Buffy Season 8 is told in this new medium.

January 28 2011

Make your own Buffy Season 8 motion comic. It's the demo edtion of the software that's on the Season 8 Blu-ray/DVD combo. It's strangely addictive.

January 04 2011

Buffy Season 8 Motion Comic now out on Blu-ray/DVD combo. The two disc collection has the first 19 issues of the Season and includes various extras as well. More...

October 28 2010

Cover for the Buffy Season 8 Motion Comic (Blu-ray/DVD Combo). As seen on Amazon.

September 28 2010

Astonishing X-Men 'Gifted' motion comic now out on DVD. Collider.com says it "celebrates and highlights what Whedon and Cassaday have done, and brings it to an exciting new level".

July 19 2010

Buffy Season 8 Motion Comic trailer. Available free on iTunes (or will be once the sound problems are fixed). Episode one should be out sometime today.

July 15 2010

This week's Entertainment Weekly has a sneek peek at "The New Buffy". By all indications, it's a first look at the Buffy Season 8 motion comic which will debut on iTunes on July 19th.

December 03 2009

Hulu - Astonishing X-Men: Gifted, Episode 2. The story continues... In animated form... Which is neat.

October 29 2009

John Cassaday explains the Astonishing X-Men in motion. Artist John Cassaday explains to Marvel Spotlight the process that turned Astonishing X-Men: Gifted into a motion comic.

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