Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Wolves at the Gate
Vampires that, at will, can transform into wolves, panthers, insects, or fog invade the Slayer base of operations in northern Scotland, and not only walk away unscathed, but in possession of Buffy's scythe, the symbol of Slayer power worldwide. Buffy and the Slayer-legion travel to Tokyo in order... show more
Vampires that, at will, can transform into wolves, panthers, insects, or fog invade the Slayer base of operations in northern Scotland, and not only walk away unscathed, but in possession of Buffy's scythe, the symbol of Slayer power worldwide. Buffy and the Slayer-legion travel to Tokyo in order to learn more about their dangerous new foes, as Xander journeys to Transylvania to solicit the only person they've ever known to possess such power - Dracula!
Publish date: November 19th 2008
Publisher: Dark Horse Books
Pages no: 136
Edition language: English
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Series: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8 (#3)
*Book source ~ Library When some Japanese vampires attack the slayer stronghold in Scotland using some funky tricks that vamps aren’t supposed to be able to do and steal Buffy’s scythe, she sends Xander to go pump Dracula for information. Since Drac is the only other vampire they know who can tran...
I think I just don't get comic books. This is totally different to the TV series, I don't know why I was expecting it not to be.I don't understand why Buffy is all of a sudden a Lesbian, or a Bisexual, or whatever. As if she needs to hump the nearest thing that moves. And the way Willow wanted to kn...
I didn't love everything about this volume, but one thing I loved surprisingly was Dracula. I say surprisingly, because I wouldn't name the "Buffy Versus Dracula" episode in Season Four as a favorite. But I thought the character was actually more interesting in this comic than he ever was on the sho...
I could not stop laughing. The dialogue and slap-stick comedy is fantastic in this book, and the action built so much momentum I couldn't wait to pick up the next volume (though things slowed down until 7 or 8).
Okay, the Dracula episode of the teevee series is one that I only half-watched, if that, so I don't get most of the Dracula/Xander interaction, and I'm kinda pissed that the cute relationship between Xander and Renee had to end in her death. I realize it made sense within the story but still, BOO.(f...