Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Time of Your Life
Willow and Buffy head to New York City to unlock the secrets of Buffy's mysterious scythe, when something goes terribly awry. Buffy is propelled into a dystopian future where there's only one Slayer - Fray, the title character of Joss Whedon's 2001 series, the first comic he ever wrote. Their... show more
Willow and Buffy head to New York City to unlock the secrets of Buffy's mysterious scythe, when something goes terribly awry. Buffy is propelled into a dystopian future where there's only one Slayer - Fray, the title character of Joss Whedon's 2001 series, the first comic he ever wrote. Their uneasy alliance falls apart, leading to the death of a major character from the TV series, while back in the twenty-first century, the Scotland base falls prey to a mystical bomb courtesy of the Biggest Bad - Twilight!
Publish date: May 6th 2009
Publisher: Dark Horse Books
Pages no: 136
Edition language: English
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Series: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8 (#4)
*Book source ~ Library Buffy hops forward a few centuries and lands in future New York where there is only one slayer left in the world. I read this and I’m completely lost. I have no fucking clue what this story is even about. Buffy must go forward in time? Why? I have no clue. It makes no sens...
SEXY SEXY FUN TIME. CENTAUR-DAWN, JUST WAITING TO BE RAVISHED IN THE WOODS. OOOOH. Well, can't say I didn't try. Maybe I'll give comic books another go, but I'll probably have to do some research to find one that isn't sexist and aimed at teenaged boys. One without silly actions words splattered all...
This is my least favorite volume of Season 8 so far. It largely involved Buffy traveling to the future where she meets Melaka Fray--the one and only slayer in her time. Apparently Whedon did some Fray comics, and maybe fans of that will find this installment has more resonance and makes more sense. ...
I didn't quite "get" the thrust of this one (probably that face recognition issue rearing it's head, and the magical components of the graphics can be harder for me to follow).
I might have liked Time of Your Life a little better if I'd read Fray first. That whole storyline seemed confusing, then hand-wave-y, then rushed. Also I spent too many minutes trying to remember why I hated Kennedy so much. Maybe I should have rewatched season seven first, too.I did enjoy the Big R...