October 19th, 2010

kaiju

Buffy #20 Review




Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Season 8, Issue 20


"after these messages... we'll be right back!"



Script: Jeph Loeb, Pencils: Georges Jeanty, Inks: Andy Owens, Animation: Eric Wight, Ethen Beavers & Adam Van Wyk,
Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Jimmy Betancourt, Colors: Lee Loughridge, Exec Producer: Joss Whedon (Buffy demi-god)


Cover: Jo Chen


Blurbage: Buffy's had a lot to deal with lately: her sister's a centaur; she broke the heart of a Slayer; traveled through time to battle the future Slayer, Fray, and kill her best friend; and the Slayer command center in the Highlands of Scotland has been destroyed. And yet, Buffy manages to keep her cool by focusing on her duty - protect humanity from the hidden evils of the world, even as that world turns against her. Is Twilight to blame for humanity's distrust of the Slayers? The aggression of the U.S. government? The defection of the rogue Slayer, Simone, and her band of thieves?

Only time will tell. Until then, it's about time Buffy got some well-earned sleep.
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kaiju

Writer's Block: MAKE IT STOP!

What was the last song you couldn't get out of your head no matter how hard you tried?

Everything Burns will not flipping leave my head, now that I've favorited a vid that uses the song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIhldV9-XsI

Also... and God, this is embarrassing, but the He-Man and She-Ra themes also get stuck in my head. I don't know why, since I never even watched She-Ra (No, I swear! Okay, maybe I watched a few episodes of it before I decided it was treacly.)

In fact, you know what? I always seem to have some song or another running through my brain, non-stop. So, I guess that it is actually a small blessing that it does manage to hit the CD changer once in a while.