While Super Buffy is fighting side by side with Spike in Sunnydale, Angel is on the other side of the world fighting demons of his own. As Twilight he was given a clear mission in regard to Buffy–help her reach the next plane, together create a new world, and end all suffering. But Buffy doesn’t play by the rules, and this “higher plane” and a lifetime of happiness with Angel wasn’t gonna cut it–not if she had to sacrifice her family to keep it. And now Angel has to answer for his failings as Twilight–willingly or not.

Back in Sunnydale everyone is fighting for their lives against a horde of demons, and someone close to Buffy joins forces with a villain from the past to strive for a common goal–protect the seed.

The finale of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight is in full effect, and you won’t want to miss a single beat of Joss Whedon and Georges Jeanty’s fateful conclusion years in the making.

* Joss Whedon writes the series finale!

Writer: Joss Whedon, Scott Allie
Penciller: Georges Jeanty
Inker: Andy Owens
Colorist: Michelle Madsen
Cover Artist: Georges Jeanty

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%
Avg Rating: 3.5
Users who pulled this comic:


  1. This series has been so up and down. I’m hoping for a strong finish so I can leave Buffy on a high. As you can guess from my name I’m a big buffy fan, but it might be time to move on 🙁

  2. Hope this is good.

  3. @Zeppo Agreed. I’ve decided that no matter what i hear about the next season i am going to trade wait. it’s just too clunky and some issues are great and some are just the worst

  4. I agree with you all, and I am a little saddened for it.

  5. @MisterJ  Yeah, the season started out so well but then it just went on too long. They drew out the Twilight thing for so long I forgot he was the big bad for entire arcs of the series

  6. Not being a Buffy fan (I jumped on for Meltzer and just figured I should stay on till the end of the season) I was EXTREMELY confused by this. There was a lot of double talk and I’m still not clear on the point of the seed, why and who all these people attacking are, and if Twilight is Angel or the new reality or something else entirely.

  7. @mikeandzod21: I’ve seen every episode of the show and read every issue of season 8. I’m extremely confused as well. Unless they do some major structural retooling I’m doubtful that I’ll have any interest in following season 9

  8. Seriously WTF is happening in this book?

  9. This was very confusing and I have no idea what is really going on.

  10. The last 5 issues of this book have felt like the middle of a David Mamet movie. Just a bunch of stuff happening making you go what? The difference is, if this were Mamet, we would have gotten half the answers by now instead of more questions. How many issues are left in this thing? I may not even finish it. It was fun while it lasted, or at least fun for the first 20 issues. I’ll still have that Fray arc to look back on in wonder.

  11. The more I think about this the more irritating it becomes. Why on earth did they spend aan entire year doing pointless, irrelivant stories when they could have been developing and laying the groundwork for what has become an incomprehensable mess of a cluster*&#%!! There is no joy in Mudville. The mighty Whedon has struck out.

  12. @Davetron3k   Exactly. What was all that crap about Vampires going mainstream if they were never going to touch on it again? That seemed really important at the time. Now we have a seed out of nowhere and some weird Golden Ax creature shaped universe that is supposed to be Twilight. I have a feeling that weeks after this is over I will have to go to wikipedia to figure it all out.

  13. @davetron3k glad to know it’s not just me then.

  14. It’s like it’s dawning on all of us now how directionless it all seems. It’s the same feeling i had when the credits rolled for Battlefield Earth "Man that looked cool but why did i just sit through that?" *hours later* "holy crap that was awful"

  15. Only two issues left, baby!

    I’m enjoying this book quite a bit, Buffy mania is still running wild.

  16. I’m out after this. I’ll always have a special place in my heart for the Scoobs and the rest of Sunnydale, but I think our time has come to a close. If the return of Spike can’t reignite my hunger for more Buffy, nothing can. It’s not just that it hasn’t been stellar. I just don’t care anymore. I haven’t been the slightest bit excited for anything in Season 8 so far, and it saddens me. Oh well. All good things must come to an end.

Leave a Comment