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Dark Horse have kindly allowed us fans to get a preview of #6 in the on-going “Buffy Season 8” comics by putting the first six pages online.

These have previously been seen in black and white as a pirated scan from Comic-Con, but they are now officially available from the publishers themselves in full colour.

This issue is the first part of Brian K. Vaughan’s “No Future For You”, a story arc for the Slayer Faith.

Click through to be spoiled! 😉

clipped from www.darkhorse.com

Dark Horse

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8: #6 No Future for You

The second arc of our bestselling Season Eight starts here. Top creator Brian K. Vaughan (Y: The Last Man; Pride of Baghdad; Lost) takes over writing duties and dives headlong into what Faith is up to-infiltration, assassination, and nonstop Cleveland. The fugitive Slayer is given the assignment that could change her life . . . if Giles’s specialized training doesn’t make her want to end it first. Artist Georges Jeanty (The American Way) remains at the top of his game–and Joss Whedon stays on as Executive Producer–in this first part of “No Future for You.”


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Well, after canceling the show and postponing the last two filmed episodes (twice!) Fox are now saying that they will make them available online.

At the moment the plan is to make them available through “FOX On Demand”, the same as the four previously aired episodes.

Lets hope they come through this time!

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Drive If, like me, you have been waiting to hear something from Tim Minear about his canceled TV show “Drive”, wait no longer! Over at DriveFans.com Jackal has posted an interview with Tim and Craig Silverstein (executive producer).

With Drive pre-maturely cancelled, we took the opportunity to catch up with executive producers Tim Minear and Craig Silverstein about what would have happened had the series continued.

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Final Drive

Well it may not come as much of a surprise to those that are familiar with the Fox TV network, but it seems as though after promising to air the last two filmed episodes of “Drive” (first on July 4th then moving it to the 13th) the executives have decided to scrap the whole thing.

You can read more about it over at Whedonesque as it seems that for the moment Fox have removed the announcement from their own site.

Episodes of “Standoff” (Gina Torres) and “Bones” (David Boreanaz) are currently scheduled to air in its place. I guess they know which fan group it is they are upsetting. 😉

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Jo Chen’s cover art for Issue 6 of Joss Whedon’s ‘Buffy Season 8’ is now online at Comic Art Community, and Faith has never looked better!

This is a Brian Vaughn issue, the first one of this series not to be written by Joss himself, so it will be interesting to see what Vaughn does with this.

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Buffy #6

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One of the biggest stories going around the Whedon ‘verse at the moment is undoubtedly the addition of David Greenwalt as an executive producer on the upcoming TV series “Moonlight”.Why is this story getting so much coverage? Because it is about a Vampire who is a Private Investigator. Sounds familiar doesn’t it?

Joss Whedon fans have given the news a bit of a mixed reaction, but with someone as great as Greenwalt as showrunner at least there is a chance that this series may be worth watching.

clipped from www.hollywoodreporter.com

Greenwalt bites into ‘Moonlight’

By Nellie Andreeva

“Angel” co-creator/executive producer David Greenwalt has been tapped to serve as executive producer/showrunner on CBS’ new drama series “Moonlight.”
“Moonlight,” from Warner Bros. TV and Silver Pictures TV, centers on a private investigator (Alex O’Loughlin) who is a vampire. In his eternal life, he is joined by his former bride (Amber Valletta), a seductive vampire who bit him 60 years ago, as well as a deceitful ally (Rade Serbedzija) who also is undead. The PI’s life is turned upside down when he falls for a beautiful mortal woman. In the presentation, Shannon Lucio played the part, which is now being recast.
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Over at Fractal Matter they have an excellent interview with Brian Lynch looking at his work on the ‘Spike’ comic series and talking about the upcoming “Angel:Season 6”, let’s hope that this project is as big a success as the “Buffy comics.

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clipped from fractalmatter.com

With his latest comic, Spike: Shadow Puppets due out in June (and reviewed here already!) Fractal Matter caught up for a chat with Mr Brian Lynch to discuss all that is vampire related…
FM: With the success of the Buffy: Season 8 comic book, what are you looking forward to most with bringing Angel: Season 6 to fruition?BL:Holding the book in my hands and realizing I had input on the future of my favorite characters. No bullcrap, Angel was my favorite show of all time. To be asked to be part of it’s future, in any medium, by Joss Whedon himself? Dream come true.

I’m also looking forward to hearing people’s reactions. I think what we have planned is gonna knock people down, steal their wallets, pick them up, dust them off, fix their hair, give them a hoagie and a ride to the nearest carnival, accompany them on the tilt-a-whirl, hold their hair when they get sick, and pay for cab fare home. It’s THAT much fun.

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