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Buffy meets...Buffy?! Everything you ever thought you knew about Buffy changes when the secret of the multiverse is revealed! BUFFY MEETS...BUFFY? EVERYTHING CHANGES HERE. The Scooby Gang has been torn apart...and no one is safe. Buffy battles the Slayer from Before, Xander returns and threatens everyone in Sunnydale. Meanwhile, the team of Giles, Willow, Ethan (sorry, stil Buffy meets...Buffy?! Everything you ever thought you knew about Buffy changes when the secret of the multiverse is revealed! BUFFY MEETS...BUFFY? EVERYTHING CHANGES HERE. The Scooby Gang has been torn apart...and no one is safe. Buffy battles the Slayer from Before, Xander returns and threatens everyone in Sunnydale. Meanwhile, the team of Giles, Willow, Ethan (sorry, still a ghost) and Anya have discovered the true threat of the multiverse, one that changes everything they - and EVERYONE - thinks they knew about, well, EVERYTHING. The acclaimed team of Jordie Bellaire, Jeremy Lambert & Ramon Bachs deliver the most shocking Buffy comic book of all time - and no fan can afford to miss the one! Collects Buffy the Vampire Slayer #23-26.


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Buffy meets...Buffy?! Everything you ever thought you knew about Buffy changes when the secret of the multiverse is revealed! BUFFY MEETS...BUFFY? EVERYTHING CHANGES HERE. The Scooby Gang has been torn apart...and no one is safe. Buffy battles the Slayer from Before, Xander returns and threatens everyone in Sunnydale. Meanwhile, the team of Giles, Willow, Ethan (sorry, stil Buffy meets...Buffy?! Everything you ever thought you knew about Buffy changes when the secret of the multiverse is revealed! BUFFY MEETS...BUFFY? EVERYTHING CHANGES HERE. The Scooby Gang has been torn apart...and no one is safe. Buffy battles the Slayer from Before, Xander returns and threatens everyone in Sunnydale. Meanwhile, the team of Giles, Willow, Ethan (sorry, still a ghost) and Anya have discovered the true threat of the multiverse, one that changes everything they - and EVERYONE - thinks they knew about, well, EVERYTHING. The acclaimed team of Jordie Bellaire, Jeremy Lambert & Ramon Bachs deliver the most shocking Buffy comic book of all time - and no fan can afford to miss the one! Collects Buffy the Vampire Slayer #23-26.

30 review for Buffy the Vampire Slayer Vol. 7

  1. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    Jeremy Lambert takes over the full-time writing issues, yet little continues to happen. The goal of this book seems to be to bring in as many characters from the TV show as they can without anything really happening. I'm not sure what Boom is waiting for. Cancellation? The multiverse becomes a real thing in this arc. They travel to the TV version of the show during Season 2 right after the "Ripper" episode. Yet, still nothing of interest happens. There's three different artist on the book. None Jeremy Lambert takes over the full-time writing issues, yet little continues to happen. The goal of this book seems to be to bring in as many characters from the TV show as they can without anything really happening. I'm not sure what Boom is waiting for. Cancellation? The multiverse becomes a real thing in this arc. They travel to the TV version of the show during Season 2 right after the "Ripper" episode. Yet, still nothing of interest happens. There's three different artist on the book. None of them are very good. They draw Buffy and Anya to look exactly the same. The only way to tell any of the characters apart is by hairstyle. In the multiverse episode I couldn't tell any of the dopplegangers from the TV versions. There's nothing to indicate who's who. Every arc of this series gets more and more frustrating.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    After a few co-written issues, Jeremy Lambert takes over Buffy's ongoing comic as the sole writer. The story at last seems to be making movements again, with the final confrontation with Vampire!Xander and the introduction of the newest big bad, but there's still a sense that the plot's being stifled by something. If this were Marvel, I'd say they were keeping a story burning for a big anniversary issue, but we're in the mid-20s, there's nothing to wait for. If we just hit the pedal rather than s After a few co-written issues, Jeremy Lambert takes over Buffy's ongoing comic as the sole writer. The story at last seems to be making movements again, with the final confrontation with Vampire!Xander and the introduction of the newest big bad, but there's still a sense that the plot's being stifled by something. If this were Marvel, I'd say they were keeping a story burning for a big anniversary issue, but we're in the mid-20s, there's nothing to wait for. If we just hit the pedal rather than spending all this time talking, we'd have gotten somewhere already. I know the Buffy show always thrived on the relationships between its characters but there's far too much talking in circles and not enough actual development. And just when the artwork seemed to have settled into a groove, Ramon Bachs departs and we instead get Valentina Pinti and Marianna Ignazzai in his place. The writing situation has been sorted - can we please get a proper stable of artists instead of all the messing around? Buffy's strong start has meandered far too long - I'd like to get to the point now, please. All the components and characters are here for a great story, but instead we're getting...this.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shadowdenizen

    2.5 Stars. Read as single issues. Sorry if this is a bit ranty... WHile I loved this series from the get-go, and it's introduced some interesting conceits overall (Vamp!Xander for example), I feel like it's been kinda spinning it's wheels since the Hellmouth event. And it still feels like the title is too unfocused for me; the show was "Buffy and the WHiteHats", but the comic feels like ""The Whitehats plus Buffy". WAY too many important recurring characters taking center stage in this title, IMO. ( 2.5 Stars. Read as single issues. Sorry if this is a bit ranty... WHile I loved this series from the get-go, and it's introduced some interesting conceits overall (Vamp!Xander for example), I feel like it's been kinda spinning it's wheels since the Hellmouth event. And it still feels like the title is too unfocused for me; the show was "Buffy and the WHiteHats", but the comic feels like ""The Whitehats plus Buffy". WAY too many important recurring characters taking center stage in this title, IMO. (In additon to the Core Scoobies, we have too many tertiary characters that have been ugraded to "VIP" status, including the Watcher Councils, Wesley, Robin Wood, Kendra, Anya, Ethan Rayne, etc., with only 20-30 pages of comic per month.) And now with (view spoiler)[the into of the multiverse (hide spoiler)] , there's even MORE possibility for the storytelling to become MORE diluted. And I DO NOT want more Buffy titles to keep up with. Look what happened with the previous comics continuation of Buffy that got more sprawling and out of control month by month....

  4. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    Multiverse stories when done well are quite entertaining. This one isn't done well. To illustrate how little ANYONE actually cares about this series, allow me to direct you to the Wikipedia page for the entire series, under the heading: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Boom! Studios). As of this writing (6/15/21), that page hasn't been edited or updated in 9 months. Since October 2020. Not even a Wiki-editor on a nit-picky grammar hunt has worked on the page. And it was barely edited before that, since th Multiverse stories when done well are quite entertaining. This one isn't done well. To illustrate how little ANYONE actually cares about this series, allow me to direct you to the Wikipedia page for the entire series, under the heading: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Boom! Studios). As of this writing (6/15/21), that page hasn't been edited or updated in 9 months. Since October 2020. Not even a Wiki-editor on a nit-picky grammar hunt has worked on the page. And it was barely edited before that, since the last issue mentioned is #4, published in April of 2019. Which means practically, in OVER TWO YEARS, NO ONE, Not an intern of the company that publishes it, Not a fan of the series (since there are none), not the authors or artists involved, has been moved to update the information. If those people with an actual stake in the work don't care, why should you?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jamie

    I feel like this series is throwing everything at the wall and nothing is sticking.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lesya

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I like the idea of timeline jumping. It’s funny, also the world without shrimp thing did make me actually laugh. I just really feel like the character writing is still mediocre across the board? At least we get a cordelia reappearance lol However the decision to just kill Xander off entirely and replace him with Kendra…excellent.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Hells

    The last few volumes have been a slow burn with not much happening but the story in this volume is interesting, I quite enjoyed it, the titular character is actually in it. Finally, the art is a lot better from issues 25-26 with Valentina Pinti and Marianna Ignazzi. I struggle to find any comics interesting if I don’t enjoy the art.

  8. 4 out of 5

    kory.

    god i can’t get enough of willow/xander angst content/trigger warnings; ableism, loss of loved one, phyiscal violence, rep; willow (sc) is a lesbian. kendra (sc) is black and queer. robin (sc) is black.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Erica

    things are...kinda...starting to come together? The sudden shifts in narratives and universes hurt my head. also not a fan of this artist, action scenes and characters get confusing. However, LOVE Growly. more of him please. All in all, an improvement on the last volumes, finally.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Brianna

    This mess of a plot has no place for a multiverse. I stuck it out as long as I could but I’m so done with this run. I can’t tell a single character apart and I have absolutely no idea what’s going on.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Julia

  12. 5 out of 5

    Bib

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jodie

  14. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

  15. 4 out of 5

    Véronique Laplante Grenier

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

  17. 4 out of 5

    Louise

  18. 5 out of 5

    Glenn

  19. 4 out of 5

    Livia Zapata

  20. 5 out of 5

    TJ

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sudheer

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ahah

  23. 4 out of 5

    James Hynes

  24. 5 out of 5

    rosalind

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tathy

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jason Chamberlain

  27. 4 out of 5

    Richard Harrison

  28. 5 out of 5

    Christophe Knebeler

  29. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

  30. 4 out of 5

    Simone

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