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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus Volume 2 TPB

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus Volume 2 TPB


11 customer reviews
By:   Scott Lobdell, Fabian Nicieza, Christopher Golden, Doug Petrie, James Marsters, Dan Brereton, Andi Watson, Jeff Matsuda, Cliff Richards, Brian Horton, Ryan Sook, Luke Ross, Will Conrad, Sandu Florea, Rick Ketcham, Guy Major, Dave Stewart
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Fiction
Publisher:   Dark Horse
Pub. Date:   August 15, 2007
Availability:   Released
ISBN:   978-1-59307-826-3
For ages:   12+
Details:   Full color, 296 pages, TPB, 6" x 9"

This second volume of our Buffy omnibus series collects many of the best Buffy comics to see print. As we follow the newly chosen Slayer from Los Angeles to Sunnydale and through her parents' divorce--with Dawn in tow--the souled vampire Angel makes his first appearance and the not-so-souled Spike and Drusilla cleave a bloody path toward the West Coast. This collection includes the critically acclaimed graphic novel Ring of Fire and the miniseries A Stake to the Heart, and reflects the Season One to Season Three timeline of the cult-hit TV series. A fitting companion to Joss Whedon's comics-based relaunch of the show.


(11 Customer Reviews)

  • Sep 06, 2008 Aj from Richards

    Continue down the path of the slayer as Buffy and co. finally meet up, and our slayer begins to deal with the divorce of her parents.


  • Apr 09, 2008 Sara Irwin from North Dakota

    I really liked the book but I thought there could have been more Spike and Dru. It seemed it just talked about her parents a lot and their situation but a good book none the less.


  • Dec 01, 2007 Kamisha from United States

    Love it! Can't wait for the 3rd.


  • Nov 07, 2007 Ben from Kansas

    This chronologically-ordered collection of the Buffy comics is the second in what I hope to be an entire series of Buffy collections.

    These "omnibuses" are a great way for people like myself to catch up on the Buffy comics without having to seek out out-of-print or hard-to-find issues. The second volume in particular contains a lot more variation on the dramatic structure and drawing style as compared to the first volume.

    Just like in the TV show that these comics parallel, our favorite characters begin to battle both the demons made flesh and their own inner demons. Unlike the first volume's fairly homogeneous drawing style, the artwork in this collection ranges from line art to realistic portraiture.

    My only complaint is that the book's gutter space is rather small, which makes some of the artwork hard to see without nearly breaking the book in half. This was also the case on the first volume. A small complaint, though, on a great collection.


  • Oct 05, 2007 Brad from AR

    Another great collection for the Buffy fans.


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  • Oct 01, 2007 Kimberly from FL

    Excellent!


  • Sep 28, 2007 Ellyse from New Jersey

    There is nothing better than to see the other sides of Buffy... :)


  • Sep 28, 2007 Brandy from New England

    While I'm not a fan of all of the stories contained in this collection, I love having the various Buffy series in chronological order in one easy to handle book. I highly recommend it.


  • Sep 27, 2007 Matthew from Australia

    Well it came in good condition, took a while but all comics do, I guess it's because I live so far away. Anyway the works are great. I thought that I had read every Buffy comic, but I was wrong. I found in this one there was a comic I haven't read yet, Angels We Have Seen On High - cute story.

    The only thing that bad about these omnibus collections is they size the comics down - nothing is cut out, just smaller print than the originals, but at least it's still readable, so it doesn't bother me too much.


  • Sep 23, 2007 Claire from uk

    Loved it!


  • Sep 13, 2007 Rohan Genrich from Australia

    An A++ TPB


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