Buffy: The High School Years is a graphic novel series from Dark Horse Comics. Contents[show] Premise Set during Season 1 of the television series, Buffy: The High School Years delivers classic Slayer action! Moving to a new school and making new friends will create enough anxiety for any
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Buffy struggles to deal with her mom Joyce’s newfound interest in spending time with her. Balancing that with her schoolwork, her friends, and her regular vampire-slaying duties is …
A reboot of the Buffy tv series situated in the high school, maybe for tween/middle/high school audience. Not part of the elaborate continuation «seasons» of the show, but imagines we are in the world of Buffy and friends and Giles within the first season of the tv show, when it was particularly fun.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is back in classic action in a tale set during her first year at Sunnydale High School! Burdened with the stress of a new school, making new friends, and sleepless nights spent slaying the undead, Buffy becomes the target of a group of nerdy vampires hoping to climb the vampire social ladder.
Buffy: The High School Years–Parental Parasite [Kel McDonald, Joss Whedon, Yishan Li, Rod Espinosa, Scott Fischer] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Buffy struggles to deal with her mom Joyce’s newfound interest in spending time with her.
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Jul 08, 2018 · Buffy and Xander take the class hoping for extra credit in their mandatory classes and there’s a demon-thing stalking around the town who’s linked to the class thier in. The whole thing was slight, but some of the lines were chuckle-some.
Image from BUFFY: THE HIGH SCHOOL YEARS — PARENTAL PARASITE, courtesy of Dark Horse. On the bright side, the emotional stakes raise. Joyce tries to become more involved in her daughter’s life, but the supernatural tears Buffy away.
The High School Years is a really strong premise. Buffy is great for many reasons, and one of the most prominent reasons is that the characters evolve. Their situations and relationships change as they mature, just as any real person’s would.