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Buffy the Vampire Slayer #4 (Cover A - Main Taylor)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #4 (Cover A - Main Taylor)


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By:   Jordie Bellaire, Dan Mora, Matt Taylor
Type:   Comics
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Series:   Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Publisher:   Boom! Studios
Pub. Date:   April 17, 2019
Availability:   Released
UPC:   84428400717704011

This is the issue no BUFFY fan can miss! In the shocking conclusion of the first story arc of the most-anticipated reVAMP of 2019, someone from the Scooby gang must make the ultimate sacrifice. And don't miss the massive first appearance that will have everyone talking!


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  • May 18, 2019 Sean from Yorba Linda, CA

    The Boom! Studios reboot/remake/modern retelling is a jumbled, half-hearted, sloppy bastardization of the original show‚s canon that never feels quite right and sometimes feels quite wrong. It‚s neither close enough to the show to feel right, nor creative and inventive enough to do something completely fresh and creative. It just occupies this uncomfortable middle ground that, overall, has left a bad taste in my mouth. This is especially evident in issue 4. Their Power Rangers comics are fantastic because that franchise was in real need of something that both felt true to the source material and reinvented it all in a somewhat more serious way. Buffy was great as-is and didn‚t need a similar attempt. Furthermore, in ‚updating‚ some of the characters for the modern day, they‚ve thrown out a lot of the character development we saw over the course of the series and rebuilt their personalities as a mishmash of those characters at many different parts of their respective personal journeys. They should‚ve just picked up where the Dark Horse ‚seasons‚ left off and continued from there. I would‚ve been far happier with that than I am with this weak reinvention. Being a huge fan of the show, I want to love all things Buffy, but so far, this series has really left me cold.