Dark Horse sets date for Spike, Willow miniseries

Dark Horse Comics, which now holds license to produce work based on all the Buffy- and Angelverse characters will be putting out a Spike miniseries, launching at end of the summer, along with a Willow mini in the fall.

Check out the press releases below!

DARK HORSE ANNOUNCES SPIKE SERIES!
JOSS WHEDON’S ANTIHERO VAMPIRE RETURNS!

APRIL 18, MILWAUKIE, OR – Dark Horse Comics announces a brand-new Spike miniseries slated for release this summer!

Written by Victor Gischler (X-Men, Deadpool: Merc with a Mouth) and drawn by Paul Lee (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Devil’s Footprints), Spike promises to be the series all Joss Whedon fans will be talking about.

Spike ventures off world in his bug ship in order to get away from some personal frustration on terra firma, and winds up sucked into a demonic plot to take advantage of the absence of magic on earth.

“What I love about working with Dark Horse on Buffy-related material is that they take great care to capture the feel of the characters and stories from the television show, of which I was a huge fan. Getting my hands on the characters I’ve loved so much over the years is a dream come true,” said Gischler.

Spike #1 will be on sale August 22, 2012!

DARK HORSE ANNOUNCES WILLOW SERIES!
JOSS WHEDON’S FAN FAVORITE RETURNS!

APRIL 18, MILWAUKIE, OR – Dark Horse Comics announces another exciting addition to the Buffyverse:

Willow gets her own miniseries!

Written by Jeff Parker (Thunderbolts, Agents of Atlas) and drawn by Brian Ching (Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Witchblade), Willow tells the story of the witch’s obsessive journey to recover her magic.

Willow is on a quest to bring magic back to the world, and she’ll do anything to make it happen, including forming some unhealthy alliances after cracking the code to travel to other dimensions—something thought impossible since the destruction of the Seed.

Willow #1 is on sale November 21, 2012.

Simon

Simon Fleischmann founded the Whedonverse Network in 2010, an expansion of WhedonAge.com He has been involved in fandom since launching SaveAngel.org in February 2004.

4 Comments:

  1. im confused is it a tv series or a comic if its a comic plz make into a movie and plz reply really soon plzzzzzzz im begging u!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Dark Horse is a comic book company; these are print miniseries. Some of their original published work (such as Hellboy, Sin City) have been adapted for films, but they don’t hold the license rights to adapt Buffyverse for TV or cinema. Those rights are held by the production company 20th Century Fox.

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