From now on, we won’t just face our worst fears, we will seek them out. We will find them, and cut out their hearts one by one. There is only one thing on this earth more powerful than evil, and that’s us.
Bring to life these ready-to-color pages filled with your favorite Big Bads and monsters in your own way in this follow-up to the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Adult Coloring Book. Forty-five original black and white illustrations give you the Chosen One and all the Scoobies, and a rogues gallery of the very worst and most interesting vampires, demons, witches, and more, interspersed with elements of magic, a little humor, and the heart of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Illustration: Karl Moline, Georges Jeanty, Pablo Churin, Yishan Li, Newsha Ghasemi, Stephen Byrne, Taylor Rose; cover: Karl Moline.
Happy 20th to the best series I’ve ever seen.
To have a series which has such a strong, empowering woman at the full front of such a good series. Also to pick up so many different storylines throughout the series. Storylines which grab the attention of so many fans and never gets old.
I was literally born a day before this got released in the US. And when I turned 13 I started to watch this like it only came out the day before.
Throughout the series there has been ups and downs; there has been characters that people love and people hate. There has been parts which have had me smiling from ear to ear, being overjoyed and others whicb have had me crying and also beyond pissed.
They have had great episodes; my particular favourite being Once More with Feeling because its just so anti Buffy with the singing but the storyline is just so Buffy. And creepy as fuck episodes that looking back on I really shouldn’t have watched when I was thirteen by myself in the dark like Hush.
This TV show has so many great characters which I could write lists of brilliant things about but I would literally be here until the 30th Anniversary.
Everything about this series is great, it has so many storylines and characters and backstories that will grab a variety of peoples attention and will make you stick with them until the end of their story.
So to sum it up, thank you Joss Whedon for creating such a brilliant series that has grabbed peoples attention since March 10th 1997 in America and January 3rd 1998 in the UK. And thank you for the cute little guy who says “grr argg” at the end of every episode. And thank you such a great, big cast for playing characters that I have loved and called my children over the years.