This month brings the former rogue slayer Faith back into the spotlight and sees our girl “going commando” in the South Americans jungles.
The end is beginning, Scoobies. With this week’s release of the final issue of Angel & Faith, writer Christos Gage and artist Rebekah Isaacs perfectly close their brilliant, and arguably flawless, season in the sequential art Buffy-verse.
While Whistler and his demonic partners may be threatening the world with a rapidly approaching apocalypse, one event has been even more pressing for the heroes (and readers) of Dark Horse Comics’ Angel & Faith series: the potential resurrection of Rupert Giles! With this week’s release of Angel & Faith #22, writer Christos Gage and artist Rebekah Isaacs continue their nearly flawless work on the series and finally deliver what could easily be the most anticipated issue of the season! Read more about ‘Angel & Faith #22’ Review: What You Want . . . …
Eliza Dushku may be back on TV this fall. The first trailer to the new Saint series has been released. More after the jump.
This week saw the release of Angel & Faith #17 and the second part of Christos Gage’s “Death and Consequences” arc. I have been consistently and extremely complimentary of both Gage and artist Rebekah Isaacs’ work on Angel & Faith (mainly because their work has been consistently and extremely fantastic), but the current “Death and Consequences” arc is pushing us to a place in the season where not only is the plot of Angel & Faith hitting a new high point on almost every level, but so is Gage and Isaacs’ mastery of Joss Whedon’s characters and the now magic-less world in which they exist!
SPOILERS BELOW Read more about ‘Angel & Faith #17:’ Comic Book Review …
While Comic Con is known for the crowds, costumes and craziness, the core programming of the five day holiday-from-real-life live quietly in the meeting halls where the working folk of the all-media pop world share their experiences and expertise in writing, production, drawing, as well as the legal arena of comic books and intellectual property. In that mix is the “after-market” world of successful franchises, whether it is movies or television. One of those avenues is comics.
Whedon talent signings will be at the Dark Horse booth #2615 and the panels are all around San Diego Comic Con including the Buffy Turns 20: Celebrating 20 Years of Buffy the Vampire Slayer panel which will be on Sunday afternoon just before the Buffy Musical: Once More With Feeling.
Whedon talent signings will be at the Dark Horse booth #2615 and the panels are all around The Con including the Buffy Turns 20: Celebrating 20 Years of Buffy the Vampire Slayer panel which will be on Sunday afternoon just before the Buffy Musical: Once More With Feeling. Read more about Whedon-centric Dark Horse Signings & Panels at San Diego Comic-Con …
Greetings, Scoobies. While the loss of limbs, human or robotic, has been something of a common condition recently in the Buffy-verse, I’m happy to inform my army of minions that while I did have to donate an appendage to the comic book gods for this month’s advance issue of Angel & Faith #9, fortunately, it wasn’t MY appendage. I mean, come on. How would I turn the pages? Anywho, it was totally worth it (And, I’m sure my one-armed buddy would agree. Right, buddy?), as writer Christos Gage and artist Rebekah Isaacs deliver their final chapter of the ‘Daddy Issues’ story arc.
MINOR SPOILERS BELOW
The redemptive vampire and formerly dark slayer are back with the release this week of Angel & Faith #2 written by Christos Gage and with art by Rebekah Issacs. If readers enjoyed anything about the premiere issue of Angel & Faith, then they’ll love this one! Issacs’ artwork is just as strong and immersive as the last issue, and Gage delivers a script that will leave Whedon fans begging for Dark Horse and Joss Whedon to chain the scribe to his work desk and throw away the key!