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Buffy Season 10 Debuts! (Spoilers)

April 15th, 2014

buffy season 10By Samuel Scott

For those who have not already stormed their local comic-book stores, Dark Horse has released the first issue of “Buffy” Season 10! Amazon is scheduled to release the first trade paperback in November.

Entitled, “New Rules,” the first part of the new season begins where Season Nine left off:

  • Maloker, the Old One that sired the first vampire, and Illyria, a character from “Angel,” were killed during an explosion in the final battle.
  • Magic was

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Buffy Merchandise for Black Friday & Cyber Monday

November 27th, 2013

buffy christmasHappy Holidays, Scoobies!

If you are looking for discounts on “Buffy”-related merchandise for Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the rest of the holiday season for you or a gift for a loved one, we’ve compiled a list of resources. This is a growing list, so we’ll add more resources as we find them! Just click on the images or links below for more information. This is the perfect time to introduce a friend of family member to the best TV show of all time!

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BuffyFest 2013 — Tel Aviv, Israel

June 2nd, 2013

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By Samuel Scott

TEL AVIV — “Israelis have to fight all the time. Life is hard, and that’s what Joss is saying.”

So replied Vardit Gresler, co-organizer of BuffyFest this past Thursday, in response to a question from Buffy the Vampire Slayer Online on what aspects of the television show appeal specifically to the small but passionate number of Whedonites (fans of “Buffy” creator Joss Whedon) in Israel… Continue reading

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EXCLUSIVE: “Buffy” Remake Back On, Heather Morris to Star

April 1st, 2013

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By Samuel Scott

Buffy Summers has been resurrected — again.

Although the plans to remake the original “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” 1992 film had been placed on hold after writer Whit Anderson’s script had been rejected, the movie, like the Slayer twice herself, has come back to life with a planned release during the holidays late this year… Continue reading

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Help Kickstart Nicholas Brendon and “Big Gay Love”!

March 16th, 2013

nicholas brendon big gay loveNicholas Brendon — best known to all of us as Xander in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” — is co-starring in a new film named “Big Gay Love.” However, the producers need to raise just over $3,000 in the next seven days (at the time of writing) on Kickstarter to make it happen! You can get more information and support the film here.

The film is about a gay man (Jonathan Lisecki of “Gayby”) who seemingly has it all but is insecure about his looks… Continue reading

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One Billion Rising Against Anti-Female Violence

February 15th, 2013

Scoobies, in case you didn’t know, February 14, 2013, was the day of #OneBillionRising against violence against women. Flash mobs gathered throughout the world to dance for the occasion. Buffy the Vampire Slayer Online founder Samuel Scott happened to be in Jerusalem and snapped these photos of the flash mob there. (Small, but encouraging!) While this is not exactly related to “Buffy,” he thought the show’s fans would like the mention of female empowerment! See onebillionrising.org for more information, and see our Facebook page post as well!

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Buffyvote 2012 — Spuffy vs. Bangel

November 6th, 2012

Sick of the U.S. election? We’re announcing Buffyvote 2012 instead! Who do you like better: Spuffy or Bangel? You can participate at our Facebook page, at the bottom of this post, or in both places! Here, list your vote and reason in the comments, and then share this page with your friends! We think this election will be close too.

spuffy vs. bangel

List your vote and reason below in the comments (and at our Facebook page!) and then share

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How to Get More Superwomen in TV, Movies, and Comics

October 12th, 2012

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By Samuel Scott

The entertainment industry, just like any other business, has one goal in mind: to maximize profits. In the late 1960s, the music companies did not find and promote bands that played protest folk and rock music out of a desire (depending on your point of view) to do good and help the United States. The firms produced and marketed the music because they knew that the songs would sell well because… Continue reading

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