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Buffy Season Eight
Georges was the main penciller for this official comic book continuation of the Buffy The Vampire Slayer TV series, published by Dark Horse Comics from 2007 to 2011. Georges was also the artist for all variant covers.
The comic was produced by Joss Whedon and ran for 40-issues. Dark Horse Comics and Twentieth Century Fox produced motion comics based on the first 20 issues.
Finally! Here is Dragon Con’s massive Buffy Season 8: Looking Back panel, starring Buffy artist Georges Jeanty and editor Scott Allie! They answered as many questions as they possibly could (WARNING: SPOILERS if you’re not caught up with issue #36). Here are a couple of highlights:
•Scott Allie definitively announced that he does NOT hate Spike
•Georges Jeanty reveals his original wish, which was to bring Kristy Swanson’s likeness into Season 8 as Buffy’s–older sister?
•Dark Horse has pretty much settled on an artist for Angel
“One of the highlights of Dragon Con this year was our excellent interview with Georges Jeanty, artist of Buffy Season 8! Here, we try to pry answers out of him about the final issues of Buffy Season 8, ask him about his personal highlights, and ask what’s up with Buffy Season 9!”
Look! Up in the Sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s . . . Buffy the Vampire Slayer?
Brad Meltzer begins his foray into the world of Buffy Season Eight with the herculean task of integrating the title character’s suddenly Supermanesque power set within the series’ landscape. No easy labor, especially considering this story arc also promises to unmask Twilight, the oft appearing but never revealing big bad of Season Eight. Fortunately Meltzer’s abilities as a writer make the transition far less painful than it may have been, as he delivers a comedic romp through the annals of fanboydom, with few setbacks along the way.