Oh well, I thought it would be appropriate to open a review of the latest comic book “season” of Dark Horse’s with some pop culture quoting.
Although many great shows have come and gone since the end of the show eleven years ago, it seems so many of us are still “Chasing Buffy,” so to speak.
She was just a girl, and she had her life taken away from her. I have my hippo dignity." And you know the monkey's just, [in French accent] "I mock you with my monkey pants," then there's a big coup at the zoo...
No wonder we’ll gobble up the comics whenever they appear, even if they’re not always great. The comics, at least those that are painted as seasons which continue the series in an official capacity, have been wildly hit or miss.
Season 8 started with a bang, with series creator Joss Whedon writing many issues himself, as well as many of the former staff writers from the television show pitching in for an arc or two.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997–2003), created by Joss Whedon, was a television series about Buffy Summers, a teenage girl chosen by fate to battle against vampires, demons, and other supernatural foes. You know, we've never really been close, which is good, 'cause I don't really like you that much. I remember how I felt when I heard the prophecy that I was gonna die. [Awkward beat] Okay, I don't feel better now, and we've got to help Buffy. I just think you're trying to scare me off 'cause you're afraid of the competition. A hundred years, just hanging out, feeling guilty ... Buffy: I mean, people are perfectly happy getting along, and then vampires come, and they run around and they kill people, and they take over your whole house, they start making these stupid little mini-pizzas, and everyone's like, "I like your mini pizzas", but I'm telling you, I am—Buffy: So Mom's like, "Do you think Ted will like this?
She is often aided by her Watcher and her loyal circle of misfit friends. But you have been known to save the world on occasion, so I'm going to give you a piece of advice. I wasn't exactly obsessed with doing the right thing. Look, Buffy, you may be hot stuff when it comes to demonology or whatever, but when it comes to dating, I'm the Slayer. " and "This is Ted's favorite show", and "Ted's teaching me computers", and "Ted said the funniest thing", and I'm like, "That's really great, Mom", and then she said I was being sarcastic, which I was, but I'm sorry if I don't wanna talk about Ted all the time. Welcome to Love is Undead, our special little nod to Valentine's Day here at Monster Librarian.