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Buffy's new position as leader and figurehead of the world's five hundred most powerful women has made her a bigger target than ever before.

"The Chain" tells the story of one of the decoy "Buffy" Slayers, a tale personally important to series creator Joss Whedon.

Guest artist Paul Lee (Conan, Tales of the Vampires) pencils the first standalone issue of Season Eight.

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Bloody Brilliant 0

As Spike would say "Bloody Brilliant" this is by far the best issue this series has offered. It's comes together so beautifully as we see the painful life the slayers still have to live. There is a lot of philosophy within this issue that actually help inspire me to write a certain thesis paper that impressed my professor. The best issue and it actually stands on its own. It does not need the past issues to explain what's going on. At first it had me confused especially with the demon declaring ...

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not bad 0

I was tempted to edit the entry and remove "Buffy" from the list of characters appearing in this issue because Buffy Summers is not actually in this at all. Giles (I believe that's him) and many other unnamed slayers are in the book. The lead character is in fact, never named, because that's the point of the plot. She gives up her identity to go into an underworld as Buffy Summers the Vampire/Demon Slayer and she has no trace of herself visible. She acts like Buffy and looks like Buffy. If you l...

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