Gene Colon's artwork is stunning and a revelation. His best work I felt could be found in Wonder Woman, but not being a fan, I acquired those issues more for the characters and the story than the art. The Slayer short takes him out of the seventies and into the thirties. So while he gives readers his trademark rumpled clothing for the Slayer. He also displays a period knowledge of cars, architecture as well as the dapper thirties fashion sense. The choreography for both battles in the brevity of pages instills so much excitement that you can almost hear the trumpets of Buffy's fighting music as you read. Read Full Review
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