If only all the good shows that stupidly got canceled (or ended before their time) had the opportunity to go on like Buffy does, that'd be the best. Sure it's not the same as actually watching new episodes but it's probably the best we'll get. The other plus is they basically have an unlimited budget. They can go all out and pretty much do whatever they like. That's cool.
Acclaimed television series writer, Drew Goddard (Buffy the Vampire Slayer; Alias; Lost), takes the reins on Season Eight with his four-issue arc titled "Wolves at the Gate." The gang (yep, Dawn too) travels to Tokyo where they duel vampires with unusual, yet strangely familiar, powers.
With Joss Whedon serving as executive producer, Georges Jeanty (The American Way) as series artist, and Jon Foster on covers, Buffy Season Eight continues to entertain longtime Buffy fans and newcomers alike.
* Drew Goddard wrote J.J. Abrams's highly anticipated top secret film Cloverfield.