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It’s the final Slayer tale in this apocalyptic Buffy The Vampire Slayer adventure like you’ve never seen before! On an alternate earth ravaged by climate change, vampires daywalk unimpeded under a polluted sky. But even amidst the dystopian harmony between the vampire regime and their human cattle, a hardened, 50-year-old Buffy Summers stumbles across hope in the form of a It’s the final Slayer tale in this apocalyptic Buffy The Vampire Slayer adventure like you’ve never seen before! On an alternate earth ravaged by climate change, vampires daywalk unimpeded under a polluted sky. But even amidst the dystopian harmony between the vampire regime and their human cattle, a hardened, 50-year-old Buffy Summers stumbles across hope in the form of a little girl that believes she is the last Slayer. A rebellion is brewing—a new Scooby gang for Buffy, led by a secret leader. Can this familiar face, along with Buffy and the rebellion, turn the tide by bringing back the sun through science… and possibly even magic? The Multiverse explodes as writer Casey Gilly (Star Wars, My Little Pony) and artist Joe Jaro (Firefly) along with colorist Joana LaFuente (Fence) and letterer Ed Dukeshire (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) bring you a dystopian tale of Buffy Summers as you’ve never seen her before! Collects Buffy The Last Vampire Slayer #1-4.


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It’s the final Slayer tale in this apocalyptic Buffy The Vampire Slayer adventure like you’ve never seen before! On an alternate earth ravaged by climate change, vampires daywalk unimpeded under a polluted sky. But even amidst the dystopian harmony between the vampire regime and their human cattle, a hardened, 50-year-old Buffy Summers stumbles across hope in the form of a It’s the final Slayer tale in this apocalyptic Buffy The Vampire Slayer adventure like you’ve never seen before! On an alternate earth ravaged by climate change, vampires daywalk unimpeded under a polluted sky. But even amidst the dystopian harmony between the vampire regime and their human cattle, a hardened, 50-year-old Buffy Summers stumbles across hope in the form of a little girl that believes she is the last Slayer. A rebellion is brewing—a new Scooby gang for Buffy, led by a secret leader. Can this familiar face, along with Buffy and the rebellion, turn the tide by bringing back the sun through science… and possibly even magic? The Multiverse explodes as writer Casey Gilly (Star Wars, My Little Pony) and artist Joe Jaro (Firefly) along with colorist Joana LaFuente (Fence) and letterer Ed Dukeshire (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) bring you a dystopian tale of Buffy Summers as you’ve never seen her before! Collects Buffy The Last Vampire Slayer #1-4.

30 review for Buffy the Last Vampire Slayer

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    An Elseworlds Buffy story where she's lived to her 50's. Vampires have become citizens and slaying is illegal. There's too much world building here for a 4 issue story. It would have made more sense to just base this 30 years after the actual show ended to minimize this. Instead this is a future where Willow and Tara got married and had a family, but the rest of the universe is close to the same adding unnecessary complications. There's not enough focus on the actual story in the current time. I An Elseworlds Buffy story where she's lived to her 50's. Vampires have become citizens and slaying is illegal. There's too much world building here for a 4 issue story. It would have made more sense to just base this 30 years after the actual show ended to minimize this. Instead this is a future where Willow and Tara got married and had a family, but the rest of the universe is close to the same adding unnecessary complications. There's not enough focus on the actual story in the current time. It's all vague and poorly fleshed out leaving me uninterested. The art's OK. The characters suffer from same-face which can be a real issue for a comic that uses actors' likenesses.

  2. 4 out of 5

    TJ

    I had high hopes for this, and while it's easily better than anything else BOOM! has put out for Buffy in at least a year or two, this isn't the book I wanted or needed. It's just another fanfiction AU, and not even one based off of the show continuity. This could have easily been established in a continuity with at least the show to make me care, but they didn't even try. They randomly selected names out of a hat to fill lines of dialogue. This reads like a story someone wanted to do, and then I had high hopes for this, and while it's easily better than anything else BOOM! has put out for Buffy in at least a year or two, this isn't the book I wanted or needed. It's just another fanfiction AU, and not even one based off of the show continuity. This could have easily been established in a continuity with at least the show to make me care, but they didn't even try. They randomly selected names out of a hat to fill lines of dialogue. This reads like a story someone wanted to do, and then BOOM! was like "Oh make it Buffy!" The writing is pretty basic and average, so I'd give it a 2/5 as a casual reader. But as a fan? I'm tired of BOOM! refusing to publish actual Buffy content. This isn't the Buffy people love. It's lifeless, even moreso than the vampires in it. It lacks passion... Even if this isn't the book I want as a fan, I can't even say it's worth picking up because the overall execution is also pretty meh to bad. If BOOM! is committed to Buffy AUs, they need to at least make them well written and know how to please fans of the show. The In Every Generation novel is coming out soon, and while it has many (many) problems, you can at least tell the writer is a huge fan and wanted to have fun with it and write it for other fans. I didn't feel this here. At all. I'm always going to consume new Buffy content, but it's been a rough few years for the Buffster. Dark Horse went out with a fart and then a whimper, and BOOM! just hasn't figured out how to tell Buffy stories since. Fans deserve quality content they should care about. Anyways, no one is shocked that another Buffy comic is a miss. Sorry, folks. Maybe the meta actor Angel AU series will be better? (*sarcasm) Go reread some of the Dark Horse seasons instead when BOOM! finally gets around to reprinting them. Terrible. You can tell the writer has no idea who these characters are. It reads like they casually watched the show as it aired but haven’t seen it since and are going off of memory. So bad I laughed multiple times. Willow naming her child after a comic character apparently because she’s a lesbian… (When that reads more like a Xander trait, not Willow.) And the marriage certificate moment made me lose it because it was just too funny in a bad way, disregarding everything Buffy is and was. This is NOT a Buffy story; it’s just using the names of characters we love, wearing their faces. I have to say that this makes the new YA novel In Every Generation look 1000% better than it is because this is just so bad it’s laughable when not depressing. BOOM’s Buffy line needs desperately saved or slayed at the very least. This comic has Buffy tell Spike, “I’ve never said no to you and I’m not gonna start now.” That’s all you need to know about this hot (sometimes tone deaf) mess. It’s so laughably bad. There’s an appearance from a dead character in this issue (4) that should have been good, but it didn’t stand a chance, sadly. Also the BS mythology in this? So bad. It’s even insulting to Buffy Summers as a character. I’m so depressed this garbage is releasing on the show’s 25th anniversary.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    The vampires won, and Buffy has spent the last 30 years trying not to be a Slayer. But when the child of some of her dearest friends turns up on her doorstep, she'll need to pick up the stake one more time to make sure she lives to tip the scales back in the forces of good's favour. With all of the mess going on in Boom's main Buffy title, I was wary going into another one. But this is actually a pretty good little What If/future flashforward kinda story. The grizzled old Buffy manages to feel re The vampires won, and Buffy has spent the last 30 years trying not to be a Slayer. But when the child of some of her dearest friends turns up on her doorstep, she'll need to pick up the stake one more time to make sure she lives to tip the scales back in the forces of good's favour. With all of the mess going on in Boom's main Buffy title, I was wary going into another one. But this is actually a pretty good little What If/future flashforward kinda story. The grizzled old Buffy manages to feel realistic without losing the snark and wit that made her Buffy in the first place, and new character Thessally bounces off of her really well. Even grumpy old Anya is a good fit for the book, and writer Casey Gilly manages to set up the status quo with enough background that it feels important when it all gets upended. If anything, this book's a bit too short. I'd love to see this world revisited again, because it feels like this story is just beginning by the time it comes to a close.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Meh, only O.K. I didn’t love the art, and the story was pretty depressing. I miss writers like Christos Gage, who was able to match the humor and vibe from the original while still coming up with original plots.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ronald

    I read all but issue #3 as single issues and was not impressed. I read all the issues collected in the trade and it was a much better read, partly getting everything in one read so I did no forget what was going on. But I can hear the pitch, lets do "Old Man Logan! with Buffy!" It could have been epic but fell far short. Spoilers: 1) Buffy is actually not the last Slayer 2) The setting is not actually post apocalypse just in the "future" I mean immediately contradicting not just the book title but ad I read all but issue #3 as single issues and was not impressed. I read all the issues collected in the trade and it was a much better read, partly getting everything in one read so I did no forget what was going on. But I can hear the pitch, lets do "Old Man Logan! with Buffy!" It could have been epic but fell far short. Spoilers: 1) Buffy is actually not the last Slayer 2) The setting is not actually post apocalypse just in the "future" I mean immediately contradicting not just the book title but advertisements is annoying. Otherwise this was just a typical Buffy story.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mick

    An uneven imitation of Old Man Logan Read upon the release of each single issue There is much to like in this series; Gilly nails the voices of Buffy, (view spoiler)[Spike and Anya (hide spoiler)] and seeing Buffy as an angry old woman is a fun experience. But there is too much world-building and too many mentions of what happened in the past - and not enough forward momentum in a story that seems a bit uninspired. An uneven imitation of Old Man Logan Read upon the release of each single issue There is much to like in this series; Gilly nails the voices of Buffy, (view spoiler)[Spike and Anya (hide spoiler)] and seeing Buffy as an angry old woman is a fun experience. But there is too much world-building and too many mentions of what happened in the past - and not enough forward momentum in a story that seems a bit uninspired.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Romano

    Borderline fanfiction, its fine I guess, there is not really connection with the main continuity. It has its moments, but generally it is dull and plotless.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    Not going to lie, really loved the ending.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Aden

    I'm engaged enough to read more, but maybe not but it, so four feels like a good number of stars. I was obsessed with Buffy back in the day, and I'll be the first to go into the diatribe about how problematic is and the show runner can be. But. Buffy was a good character with a good ensemble, she always was. And this is an interesting but not entirely untreaded concept. What else could you do with this woman? Giving her children seems cruel, I think you could find a good story in it sure, but put I'm engaged enough to read more, but maybe not but it, so four feels like a good number of stars. I was obsessed with Buffy back in the day, and I'll be the first to go into the diatribe about how problematic is and the show runner can be. But. Buffy was a good character with a good ensemble, she always was. And this is an interesting but not entirely untreaded concept. What else could you do with this woman? Giving her children seems cruel, I think you could find a good story in it sure, but putting someone else's kid in her hands feels so much more right. Especially with her being tied to the group. It was silly, but silly like Buffy can be. The strong lady friendships and support are still there in good and a little surprising ways. I absolutely forgot they handwaved Anya's death from the original series, but it was a dumb death. More Anya is better. The ending was cool, not really expected. Go read it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Charisa Flaherty

    I had high hopes for this, it was such an interesting premise. But unfortunately I didn’t enjoy it as much as I wanted to. First I had a hard time that it wasn’t after the end of Buffy. Where was dawn? Why did Xander have two eyes? And Tara and Corey were still alive? Second there were things that didn’t fit the timeline. Willow Made a reference to her going dark, to Tara. But she wouldn’t have gone dark in this timeline if tara hadn’t died. But in the end I did like to see Buffy have an ending. I had high hopes for this, it was such an interesting premise. But unfortunately I didn’t enjoy it as much as I wanted to. First I had a hard time that it wasn’t after the end of Buffy. Where was dawn? Why did Xander have two eyes? And Tara and Corey were still alive? Second there were things that didn’t fit the timeline. Willow Made a reference to her going dark, to Tara. But she wouldn’t have gone dark in this timeline if tara hadn’t died. But in the end I did like to see Buffy have an ending. And a somewhat happy one at that

  11. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 Total review score: 2.3125 Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 Total review score: 2.3125

  12. 5 out of 5

    Scott E

    Should only be four stars but it gets an extra one for bringing a new, TV series quality, chapter to Buffy. Loved it at the time but find it very dated now so this was great to bring back some of that joy. Great alternative reality setting as well to avoid having to be knowledgable of all the interim comic canon

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn

    Actually loved this...

  14. 4 out of 5

    Dave

    Great art, incredible world dystopian building, character voices nailed, and tons of heart. I loved it and want more

  15. 4 out of 5

    Dev Sodagar

    Absolutely phenomenal series. I've had it sat on a shelf since they came out and finally got a moment to read them. A very interesting vision for the story. Absolutely phenomenal series. I've had it sat on a shelf since they came out and finally got a moment to read them. A very interesting vision for the story.

  16. 5 out of 5

    becca

    finally the btvs franchise gives us what we want: milf Buffy happily ever after with her vampire boy toy and four gay daughters. and post

  17. 4 out of 5

    V

    the buffy nostalgia hit good 😭 spike being in this earned it an additional star ngl

  18. 5 out of 5

    57ite

    *4.75

  19. 4 out of 5

    Julai

  20. 5 out of 5

    Becca

  21. 4 out of 5

    Douglas Joseph

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  23. 5 out of 5

    Toya

  24. 5 out of 5

    Heather Dade

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Mcdowell

  26. 5 out of 5

    Brandy Shark

  27. 5 out of 5

    N

  28. 5 out of 5

    Iain Ross

  29. 4 out of 5

    Brian Stewart

  30. 5 out of 5

    Paul Griggs

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