Mar 15, 2020 · After the Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV show ended, Buffy Summers’s story continued with Dark Horse comics. While the TV show never had to deal with a world full of Slayers created by the series finale, the comic continuation, which ran from 2007 to 2018, continued Buffy's story in all sorts of crazy directions.
Jan 08, 2021 · Here's why Buffy the Vampire Slayer's final episode, which aired in 2003, remains incredibly controversial. In 2003, Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer came to an end with Season 7's "Chosen," which saw the titular Buffy Summers go against the established rule that "in every generation, a slayer is born."
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer (season 7) List of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes. " Chosen " is the series finale of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the 22nd episode of season 7 and the 144th episode of the series. It was written and directed by series creator Joss Whedon and originally aired on UPN on May 20, 2003.
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Sep 20, 2018 · The final issue of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Reckoning sees Buffy and her allies successfully defeat the terrifying threat of Harth, a vampire who absorbed all the powers and memories of the Slayers throughout time. The issue ends on a beautiful, optimistic note.
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Feb 07, 2019 · On May 20, 2003, Buffy the Vampire Slayer aired its final episode, ‘Chosen’. Over its seven-year run, the show grew from a mid-season replacement with very little expectation of success into a cult hit with a fiercely devoted following, receiving huge critical acclaim and becoming one of the most academically studied television shows of all ...
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Season 5 of Angeltook place after Buffy’s finale. During it, Spike was brought back, but Fred and Wesley died. After sacrificing himself to destroy the First Evil, Spike reappeared in Wolfram & Hart, Team Angel’s headquarters at the time. At first, he’s merely a ghost, but eventually, he regained his physical form and joined the team. As for Fred, contact with a sarcophagus of an Old One led to her body being taken over by Illyria, an ancient god imprisoned in the Deeper Well. Unlike Buffy, Angel ended in a cliffhanger, as Los Angeles was transported to a hell dimension by Wolfram & Hart’s Senior Partners. The resolution to this arc happened in a comic series where, eventually, Angel forces the partners to rewind time before the fall of Los Angeles. Nevertheless, many of the events in the Angel comics would be referenced in Buffy.
A year after the destruction of Sunnydale, Buffy is living in Scotland. Now the leader of an army of almost two thousand Slayers worldwide, she uses a castle as her main base. There, she trains squads and gears up for missions all over the world. Andrew, Giles, Xander, Willow, and Faithare all part of the organization, either leading squads of their own or helping with magic. With an operation this size, Buffy draws the attention of the US government. Convinced she’s a terrorist, they recruit the witch Amy and a resurrected Warren Mears to fight her. At the same time, a Slayer named Genevieve plots to dethrone Buffy and take control of the organization. Related: Why Sarah Michelle Gellar Didn't Want A Buffy Musical Episode Both these events are connected to the season’s big bad, Twilight, a masked man with super strength and the ability to fly. In the end, the gang discovers Twilight is actually Angel. Convinced the end of the universe was coming by a mysterious higher power, Angel...
While still performing her Slayer duties, Buffy now lives in San Francisco and no longer leads the Slayer Organization, which scattered after the Twilight crisis. By destroying the Seed of Wonder, Buffy stripped witches of their powers and destroyed Earth’s connection to other magical dimensions. Since demons could no longer possess the body of recently turned vampires, people instead became mindless, feral creatures called “zompires.” This breaks all the vampire rules from the TV show. Internal conflicts start to wear down the Scooby gang. Willow leaves the city in search of a way to restore magic, while Xander isn’t adjusting well to life as a civilian. When Buffy is accused of maiming bodies all over the city, the only person who sides with her is Spike. While hunted by the police, Buffy meets Severin, a human capable of siphoning magic from Slayers and vampires. Severin eventually allies himself with Simone, a rogue Slayer who hates Buffy and has no qualms with killing or using...
The gang realizes the creation of the new Seed wiped out all the rules of magic. Most importantly, anything written on Giles’ Vampyr book now becomes a rule, and this means Buffy has the responsibility of ensuring magic abilities stay balanced. Reluctantly, Buffy agrees to work with a demon council to discuss and negotiate the new rules, but things are never that easy. A group of ancient beings decides to try and take over the world. Their relentless attacks force Buffy to give the demon council more powers. Thanks to Dawn’s Key abilities, the gang manages to defeat most of them, but in the process, Dawn and Xander are stuck in another dimension for a few issues. Meanwhile, D’Hoffryn, Anya’s former boss and a member of the council, betrays Buffy. He kills the rest of the council, stealing their powers and the Vampyr book. D’Hoffryn is assisted by the ghost of Anya, who haunted Xander for most of the season. Buffy’s plan to defeat him involves making the entire magical community igno...
Season 11 was a shorter comic book series, consisting of only 12 issues. Once again, Buffy faces the government as they create laws to regulate and control supernatural and magical beings. After a major dragon attack in San Francisco, Buffy, Willow, and Spike are sent to live in a “Safe Zone,” where other supernatural creatures and people are forcibly relocated by the American government to keep the peace. There, they struggle to survive and fit in. Wanting to help other witches, Willow offers to take their powers away so they can leave the camp and rejoin society. Eventually, they enact a prison break and escape the Safe Zone. Outside, they discover the government was responsible for the dragon attack, and it also staged other events to gain popular support for the new laws. Their true goal is to absorb magic and use it as a weapon. Of course, Buffy and the gang can’t allow this to happen. They manage to defeat the corrupt government forces behind the attacks and the camps. All end...
Whedon returns to finish Buffy’s story for good. But with only four issues, season 12 doesn’t have the most well-paced plot. However, it does unite the entire cast and has a happy ending. Fittingly, the big bad of the season is a man who wants to steal the powers of all Slayers; he is the twin brother of a future Slayer, Fray. She was the main character of a previous Whedon’s Buffyverse comic--he finally got to combine the two stories. Buffy eventually defeats Harth, and retires as a Slayer. Instead, she and Faith are training to join the police force. Dawn and Xander have a baby daughter named Joyce. Although Spike and Buffy mutually break up at the start of the season, they talk about getting back together eventually. Angel also sticks around, so that classic pairing is still possible. The entire Scooby Gang reunites, and the last issue of the Buffy the Vampire Slayercomics shows them eating together, at peace. More: Every Failed Buffy The Vampire Slayer Spin-Off (& Why They Didn'...
Sep 07, 2020 · Related: Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Everything That Happened After The Show Ended. Part of the magic of Buffy the Vampire Slayer is how it never wore out its welcome. Even after the switch to UPN, season 6 took a darker turn that lost some audience members and changed the tone of the show forever.
When Buffy died at the end of season 5 no new Slayer was activated because the ancestral line is now with Faith. Buffy was already removed from the ancestral line. Faith would have to die for a new Slayer to be activated. That exact paradox is why the First was drawn to the Slayer in the first place.
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