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Buffy and the Scoobies weren't ready for this kind of disaster to strike San Francisco. When a tsunami and an enormous dragon of storms devastate the Bay area, the supernatural folk in the world--witches, demons, and the like--are blamed as if they deliberately caused the catastrophe. In the midst of San Francisco's ruin, the team is surprised by the action taken by the government: restrictions are placed on the supernatural in the name of safety. Never one to balk at slaying evil demons, Buffy knows that not all demons are evil and in this case it isn't clear who--if anyone--was behind the disaster . . . But she has to find out. Buffy must choose a side, find a way for herself and her friends to survive, and not lose who she is in the process. • Writer Christos Gage and artist Rebekah Isaacs return for Buffy Season 11. • Joss Whedon's Buffy Season 11 is complete in two volumes! • Executive produced by Joss Whedon! This is the first of two volumes for Buffy Season 11. This collects issues #1-6 of Season 11.
Routine existence for Buffy and theScoobies is shattered when San Francisco is hit by a tsunami caused by a dragon of storms-killing thousands. The US government outlaws unauthorised magic, requiring supernatural beings to be registered and relocated to internment camps. The Scoobies are caught in a situation that is nothing like what they've faced before.
Joss Whedon's Buffy and the Scooby team conclude Season 11 as they stand up for all witches and demons to thwart a conspiracy against magic and the supernatural. As residents, it didn't take long for Buffy, Willow, and Spike to find that there was something more behind the internment of the magical population in the government's "Safe Zone" in the Grand Canyon. So when release becomes possible, Buffy and Willow grasp the opportunity despite the incredible risks they will be taking: relinquishing their magic and becoming "normal" humans, and . . . leaving Spike behind. The pair reunite with Dawn, Xander, Riley and Sam Finn, and the Slayer Faith. When Buffy reveals to the crew that the true purpose of the camp is to bring about the elimination of all supernatural powers worldwide, the Scoobies begin their mission. They will manufacture a great escape from the camp and follow the obscure trail of the Big Bad to its end. Extraordinarily, the trail seems to lead higher and higher in the ranks of the US government . . . Leading Buffy and the Scoobies to rise up and fight for their right to magic are writer Christos Gage (Angel & Faith, Buffy Season 10, Avengers Academy), Season 11 series artist Rebekah Isaacs (Angel & Faith, Buffy Season 10, DV8), and guest artists Georges Jeanty (Serenity, Buffy) and Megan Levens (Spell on Wheels, Madame Frankenstein)!
"The author describes all of Whedon's work, covering both the original texts of the Whedonverse, along with secondary materials focusing on Whedon's projects, including 2000 books, essays, articles, documentaries and dissertations"--
Buffy and the Scoobies weren't ready for this kind of disaster to strike San Francisco. When a tsunami and an enormous dragon of storms devastate the Bay area, the supernatural folk in the world are blamed as if they deliberately caused the catastrophe. Never one to balk at slaying evil demons, Buffy knows that not all demons are evil and in this case it isn't clear who - if anyone - was behind the disaster... But she has to find out. Buffy must choose a side, find a way for herself and her friends to survive, and not lose who she is in the process.
An official companion to the popular television program profiles each episode and offers cast and production interviews, an account of a day on the set, and other information
Few figures have captured Hollywood's and the public's imagination as completely as have medieval heroes. Cast as chivalric knight, warrior princess, "alpha male in tights," or an amalgamation, and as likely to appear in Hong Kong action flicks and spaghetti westerns as films set in the Middle Ages, the medieval hero on film serves many purposes. This collection of essays about the medieval hero on screen, contributed by scholars from a variety of disciplines, draws upon a wide range of movies and medieval texts. The essays are grouped into five sections, each with an introduction by the editors: an exploration of historic authenticity; heroic children and the lessons they convey to young viewers; medieval female heroes; the place of the hero's weapon in pop culture; and teaching the medieval movie in the classroom. Thirty-two film stills illustrate the work, and each essay includes notes, a filmography, and a bibliography. There is a foreword by Jonathan Rosenbaum, and an index is included.

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