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The season finale is here! At long last, the Big Bad stands revealed--Angel is back, and it’s tearing the Scoobies apart, testing the limits of their friendship. But Twilight’s unmasking is only the beginning, and Buffy must still face the ultimate betrayal.

Series creator Joss Whedon writes the final story arc of Buffy Season 8, taking his greatest characters to places only he can! Teamed with series artist Georges Jeanty, Joss reunites the dysfunctional gang of Buffy, Angel, and Spike, in the thick of it together for the first time since Season 3, and gives the Scoobies their gravest challenge ever, defending reality itself from the onslaught of demons. It’s the biggest Buffy finale ever!

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It's Over. Was it worth it? 0

So it turns out that Angel isn't Twilight.  Twilight is the universe that Buffy and Angel created and then abandoned.  So it got pissed and went back in time to set everything into motion.  So.... Buffy Season 8 is Terminator.  That kinda sucks because I really am not a fan of time travel paradoxes.   It turns out that I was right about this season bringing Buffy in line with the universe in Fray.  After this volume is done, there's a reason for Willow to become dark and hate Buffy.  And there's...

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