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Writer Christos Gage digs into the revelations from the conclusion of "Angel & Faith's" second arc with word on Drusilla's return, Angel's son, Faith's father and more secrets set to impact Joss Whedon's Buffy-verse.
Dark Horse has provided CBR with exclusive advance looks at seven new comics hitting stores April 25, including "Angel & Faith" #9, "Star Wars: Blood Ties - Boba Fett is Dead" #1, "The Goon" #39 and more!
Dark Horse has provided CBR News with an exclusive first look at their July titles including the latest from "Buffy Season 9," "Dark Horse Presents" and more.
"Drusilla" -Â the "Buffy The Vampire Slayer spinoff set to be written by actress Juliet Landau -Â has been indefinitely delayed by Dark Horse due to scheduling conflicts. CBR has the full story.
There were, let's face it, numerous warning signs about Buffy: The Vampire Slayer Season Nine, not least of all the way that Season Eight had turned out. But adding a second ongoing book to the line? Joss Whedon only writing the first issue instead of the first arc, because of his commitments to Marvel's The Avengers? There was, it seemed, little possibility that the series could regain the support or excitement it had at the launch of Season Eight. And then, to quote Jarvis Cocker, something changed.
Writer Chris Gage and Editor Scott Allie stop by to reveal the secrets of the "Daddy Issues" arc from Giles' history before the Ripper to Drusilla's new plan and beyond with an exclusive look at the cover to issue #10.
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" actress Juliet Landau will pen a five-issue comic series based Drusilla, the popular character she played on the Joss Whedon show.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, CBR presents exclusive advance looks at new comics hitting stores Wednesday, February 29, including "Angel & Faith" #7, "Usagi Yojimbo" #144 and more.
Christos Gage discusses his first arc of "Angel & Faith," the sister title to "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9," and how choices the title's heroes have made affect their futures. Plus: Harmony and Drusilla!
Dark Horse Comics is crawling with bloodsuckers, from Joss Whedon's Slayers and vamps to nightmare-inducing monsters. Grab a stake and crucifix and step into the world of the undead.