Oh, I wish those council guys would let me have an hour alone in the room with her, if I was larger and had grenades.

Willow ,'Storyteller'


The Jossverse in Other Media  

Discussion of Buffy and Angel comics, books, and more. Please don't get into spoilery details in the first week of release.

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DavidS - Feb 13, 2005 8:51:47 pm PST #1 of 10000
"Look, son, if it's good enough for Shirley Bassey, it's good enough for you."

I can't believe those are real. Are they really real? I cannot believe it. Those are Photoshopped, right? Really well?

Awww, so innocent of the Mort Weissinger era of DC. It's cute.


Jeff Mejia - Sep 17, 2002 10:36:10 pm PDT #2 of 10000
"Don't think of yourself as an organic pain collector racing towards oblivion." Dogbert to Dilbert

This thread looked awfully lonely, so I wanted to post #1.

So, what did everone think about the Willow and Tara issues?

I thought the second issue was passing strange. I'm still trying to figure out exactly what happened. Still, at least they tried something new, and it wasn't a cliche-filled abomination like some other Buffy comic that shall remain nameless.

One other comment. Dark Horse is coming out with an anthology called Reveal, I think. I saw one commentator mention it because it was the only publication where you could see Scott Lobdell and Pablo Picasso mentioned on the same promotional page. The mind boggles.


sumi - Sep 18, 2002 8:48:08 am PDT #3 of 10000
Art Crawl!!!

I thought it was very strange too -- and didn't really make sense but much better than the mess that is the current Buffy series.


DXMachina - Sep 18, 2002 8:53:08 am PDT #4 of 10000
You always do this. We get tipsy, and you take advantage of my love of the scientific method.

Yeah, I felt the same way. It was odd. Not bad, but odd.


Jessica - Sep 19, 2002 8:32:37 am PDT #5 of 10000
Now with added Sheffield steel.

Review of the Buffy video game. Not as funny as this guy's usual reviews, but I'm not at all surprised that he's a fan of the show.


Megan E. - Sep 19, 2002 8:40:00 am PDT #6 of 10000

Is the Buffy video game for the computer or for a game cube type machine?


Tom Scola - Sep 19, 2002 8:41:31 am PDT #7 of 10000
Like a pinch on the neck from Mr Spock

X-Box only.


Megan E. - Sep 19, 2002 8:42:52 am PDT #8 of 10000

That sucks. =( DH's friend works at a company that was working on some of the background graphics for the Buffy game so I was hoping to get a free version from him. Oh well.


Jeff Mejia - Sep 19, 2002 10:29:20 am PDT #9 of 10000
"Don't think of yourself as an organic pain collector racing towards oblivion." Dogbert to Dilbert

I had been thinking about getting an X-box just for the Buffy game, but after that review, I will definitely hold off. Does anybody know if they plan on releasing a PS2 version of the game down the road, or have they allied themselves with the Forces of Darkness (aka Microsoft)?


Tick - Sep 19, 2002 7:10:37 pm PDT #10 of 10000
Hey, monkey lover! Where's your monkey?

Willow and Tara started strong, but the second issue left me kinda empty. Dunno why, exactly. I expected more, I suppose.

Buffy on X-Box isn't bad, but the fact that I couldn't jump from ledge to ledge in the sunken church kept killing me. I stopped after 1/2 hour of constant dying. And Buffy with a Super-Soaker full of holy water? Bizzare.


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