Buffy Season 10 Library Edition Volume 1
The cult-favorite television series from creator Joss Whedon continues in comics with Season 10, where Buffy and the Scoobies are rewriting the rules of magic and monsters . . .
This oversized Library Edition collects the materials from Buffy Season 10 Volume 1 and Volume 2 softcovers, along with all the comic book covers, and an expanded sketchbook section.
While slaying the zompires that have overrun a small California town, Buffy and her pals are shocked to discover another new kind of vampire: harder to kill, able to transform, and walk in the light of day--like Dracula . . . If that weren't enough, the rules of magic are literally being rewritten in the Vampyr book. The crew attempts to restore the status quo, all while Xander is the victim of a haunting, his relationship with Dawn begins to crumble, and Dracula himself enters the picture. Then when the Vampyr book goes missing--now a highly coveted item--Buffy and the Scoobies head for what might be a disaster in Sunnydale where Andrew is up to his good/bad/old tricks again. As everyone feels the responsibility of protecting the book and writing the new magical rules, they are tempted by what new rules can do for them . . . just like the Big Bads who have come knocking on Buffy's door!
Writers Christos Gage (Angel & Faith) and Buffy star Nicholas Brendon team with artist Rebekah Isaacs (Angel & Faith) to take on the Slayer and her teammates in her tenth season; they're joined by guest artists Richard Corben (Hellboy), Karl Moline (Fray), and Cliff Richards (Dollhouse).
In the words of Christos Gage... "I was born in New York, then grew up in Athens, Greece and North Grafton, Massachusetts. Started reading at age 3, discovered comics soon after. First comic collected and saved: Marvel's Godzilla. Attended Brown University (here's a secret: the Ivy League is overrated) where I majored in American Civilization, a field that allowed me to take classes like The Blues and The Spy Novel, which have come in a lot handier in my life than algebra. Got a Master's Degree in Screenwriting from the American Film Institute. Sold my first screenplay in 1997 and have been a professional writer ever since, with several scripts sitting on shelves gathering dust and a few actually produced. Started writing comics in December 2004. Married to the lovely Southern firecracker Ruth Fletcher Gage, who is my writing partner in film and television, though she had enough sense to stay away from Teenage Caveman. We have plans to collaborate on two graphic novels in the future. We live with our cats, Frankie and Josie in Los Angeles, CA."