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Author: Christopher Golden
ISBN13: 978-1840232813
Title: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Past Lives[ BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER: PAST LIVES ] by Golden, Christopher (Author) Dec-31-01[ Paperback ]
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Publisher: Titan Books; First Edition edition (2001)
Pages: 128

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Past Lives[ BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER: PAST LIVES ] by Golden, Christopher (Author) Dec-31-01[ Paperback ] by Christopher Golden



Published January 2001 by Dark Horse Comics.

Christopher Golden is the award-winning . Times bestselling author of such novels as Strangewood, Straight on 'til Morning, and the Body of Evidence series of teen thrillers, which is currently being developed for television by Viacom. In comic books and graphic novels, Golden has worked on such characters as Batman, Spider-Man, Wolverine, The Punisher, Blade, Daredevil, The Crow, and the crew of the . In 1992 he penned the script for a film, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and when the TV version starring Sarah Michelle Gellar took off in 1997, Whedon had his big break-with its female action heroine, Buffy, became a huge hit. Whedon wrote hundreds of episodes for Buffy and its spin-off Angel, and was nominated for Emmy and Hugo awards for his work. Whedon has come to enjoy a cult following. The author lives in Santa Monica, California.

Past Lives" is a comic book storyline based on the Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series and published in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel Comic title: Past Lives, part 1. A huntress is tracking demons in . This would normally seem to be a good thing, except that she's started leaving survivors to tell them that Angel sent her. As a result, Angel has a huge horde of demons trying to track him for revenge

Part of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comic ( Series and Buffyverse, Buffy Season 4/Angel Season 1 Angel 1-3 Series). by Christian Zanier, Thomas E. Sniegoski, Christopher Golden. Select Format: Paperback. What's a vampire to do? And how long can his human companions, Cordelia and Wesley, remain safe? Meanwhile, monsters are fleeing the carnage in . and seeking refuge in Sunnydale, where they're being dealt with by the Slayer.

The Buffy/Angel crossover, "Past Lives," comes to an explosive conclusion this issue! Angel and Giles reveal their past involvement with the woman who is out to destroy Angel, and it's up to Buffy and her friends to stop her. But it won't be easy. The only plan they have could get them all killed. When the dust settles, the lives of Buffy and Angel will never be the same.

When Buffy's old flame Pike arrives in Sunnydale, the Slayer welcomes the chance to catch up. But Pike has a stone demon on his trail, inadvertently bringing with him secrets from the past. Sponsored High Speed Downloads. 5453 dl's @ 3869 KB/s. 9781 dl's @ 3508 KB/s. 2013-05-03The Wisdom of War (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) - Christopher Golden. 2013-05-03Immortal (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) - Christopher Golden and Nancy Holder. 2011-12-31 Theda Black, "The Vampire's Boy" - Removed.

Rel: Jun 2001 - Pub: Jun 2001. Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Horror. Modern Age Color USA English. by Christopher Golden, Tom Sniegoski, Christian Zanier, & Cliff Richards A huntress is stalking demons in . Normally this would be a good thing, except she's leaving survivors and telling them Angel sent her. Now Angel has an army of demons on his tail, hell-bent on revenge.

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Reviews: 6
Avarm
Arrived safely, buyer very pleased!
Binar
This trade paperback presents a serial story that originally appeared in issues 21 through 25 of the BTVS comics. Officially it occurs at the end of the third season, but is more of a bridge into season four, presenting Buffy as a new freshman in college, desperately trying to balance the pressures of real scholastic work with her night job - slaying. When an old, scary legend of 'Mad Jack' comes back to life, Buffy over-reacts and kills the first suspect demon without a thorough investigation. The result is a major crisis when it turns out that Mad Jack was just the guardian over something much worse.
Originally released during the Roman conquest of Carthage, Ky-Laag is major badness. He was only brought under control at that time by the wiles of Vraka, another demon, who led a cult called 'The Blood of Carthage.' Several thousand years later Buffy has let the rabbit out of the hate, and Vraka heads for Sunnydale to try to stop Ky-Laag and, in his spare time, kill the offending slayer. Buffy feels the same way about Vraka, but, if they don't work something out, they will be dead and the rest of us will be worshipping Ky-Laag.
One of the other key story arcs is Willow's need for emancipation from a Xander who still treats her like a childhood sidekick. As a young woman with significant magical and intellectual skills this has become more than a little irritating. In a series of flashbacks we see the developing relationship between the two as children. One in which Xander often took the lead. The other piece of history is a series of pieces about Vraka and reason for his bad feelings towards Spike. It should be no surprise that these do not paint the vampire with a chip in his head in a very good light.
One has to think of 'The Blood of Carthage' as more than a trade paperback rehashing the contents of a series of comic books. The story itself is larger than its media, and the trade paperback or graphic novel suits it best. Part of this is due to the efforts of Christopher Golden as writer, and the rest is due to editor Scott Allie's decision to deviate from the story telling style in the previous comic series - 'Bad Blood.' This is not intended to be a criticism of Andi Watson's rambling nine-issue series. Instead, Allie decided it was time for a change of pace and then turned to Golden, a proven Buffy novelist, to implement the idea.
Golden's story line is structured much like a novel, with a focused major story arc and rising levels of complexity and intensity. To break up the pacing a bit we are treated with flashbacks to Willow's childhood with Xander and Spike's first encounter with Vraka. Another thing that makes this series special is the carefully managed creative artwork. While Cliff Richards is the artist for the main story, Chynna Clugston-Major and the team of Paul Lee and Brian Horton each get one of the flashback series. This is cleverly orchestrated to provide different moods and contexts. The art really is excellent, and a separate article on what went into it is included in this volume.
If you have been wondering which trade paperback to buy first, this should be high on your list.
Uaoteowi
Christopher Golden is really an impressive writer. What I've read of his work before this was mostly original short stories and some short Buffy tales, and none of it really worked very well for me. There were a few glimmers of talent here and there, but I was beginning to think that he was overrated. "The Blood of Carthage," a five issue story arc set in the fourth season of Buffy, changed that for me. It's a very in-character, textured story that, for the most part, wouldn't feel out of place in the canon of the Buffyverse, which is rare for an early Dark Horse Buffy comic.

Golden writes all of the characters extremely well, though my favorite of his has to be Anya. She's as hilarious here as she is in the show. The overall mood of the comic nicely captures what the characters were going through at the time this takes place, but also adds its own stuff to the story. The Xander/Willow flashbacks were awesome, and though that part of the story and its influence on the present did seem a smidgen forced, it was worth it to get those glimpses back. The Spike flashbacks were also awesome. I really liked that they got different artists for each flashback; that really suited the style of each character.

The book wasn't perfect, and I did think the inclusion of Lucy Hanover was interesting, but also so epic that it kind of highlighted the fact that this book was non-canonical, because such an event would have been referenced in canon. Nevertheless, that was the only real flaw I could think of. There were beats of "meh" throughout the story, but for the most part, it was a very solid tale that wasn't afraid to show that it wasn't just a good Buffy story, it was a great story of its own.

8/10
I'm a Russian Occupant
I think this trade has issues 21-25 of the series, I can't be sure but the info I got is from the Dark Horse comics website. The issues aren't sectioned in the trade (the blood of carthage), they run together to form a really good story with rather good artwork. We even get to see Xander and Willow as kids! Its a good stand alone trade, I really recommend it. Spike and Dru make an appearance and Giles makes scones! The coolest thing about the trade is the Xander/Willow storyline because it really examines their relationship and who is the sidekick (or not). Christopher Golden is a great Buffy writer, I suggest you pick this one up.
Gholbirius
The only problem with this excellent graphic novel is that it isn't a full length book. A plot so complex and characters so rich they deserve 300 pages. Christopher Golden never disappoints.
The art work is exciting and colorful. I think the actors are well drawn. Their voices are true.
Set in the fourth season, Buffy is at college. The pressures weigh heavy on her slayer duties. When she kills the wrong demon all Hell breaks loose which forces deadly enemies to work together. I recommend this to all Buffy fans
Dusar
Some beach...somewhere

Some city....out there

Some cat....out where?

Some mother...to embrace

Some dad...with a backbrace

Someone...with an empty face

some heart...with no place

Some rocker...with no identity

Some babysitter...without a cent for me

Some boy...becoming a man

Some man...named dan

Some milk....gone sour

Some girl...is a coward

Some whore...left undone

some steak...cooked well done

Some girl...with no soul

Some fish...with a bowl

Some leaf...turning green

some girl...becoming a teen

Some granpda...dying

some hooker...lying

some father...writing a poem

Some people...reading his poem