"Slayer Interrupted" is not the best of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer canon, nor is it the worst. It's to borrow a Douglas Adams designation "mostly harmless." The characters with the exception of Dawn behave and sound like the cast, and I have no doubt that the story's pace will pick up speed in the next chapters. Cliff Richards pencils, Will Conrad's inks and the colors of Dave McCaig make for an attractive presentation that spotlight Sara Michelle Gellar's look and body language as the Slayer. Her despondency and loneliness are captured in each panel. Read Full Review
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