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 Acclaimed novelist and comics writer Brad Meltzer (The Book of Lies, Identity Crisis) continues his pivotal story arc! The Slayer army has suffered heavy losses throughout Season Eight and faced all kinds of threats new and old, but the one mystery connecting it all has been the identity of the Big Bad: Twilight. In this issue, Buffy finally confronts Twilight one on one, setting the stage for Twilight's unmasking in Buffy #34!

Brad Meltzer, series artist Georges Jeanty, and executive producer Joss Whedon up the stakes as
Buffy's most epic season yet races to a climax! 


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Find Out All About Twilight...No, Not That Twilight 0

There's some crazy stuff going on in the Buffy comics. I know there are those that don't understand Buffy and company. I didn't quite get it until I actually started watching the show around the third season. Being cheesy was part of the charm along with Joss Whedon's brilliant writing. We've been wondering what the deal was with this mysterious Twilight character. The secret came out before the official reveal in this issue but Dark Horse promises we only know half the story.  The Good:Brad Mel...

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