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Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen, joined by longtime Buffy the Vampire Slayer artist Cliff Richards, take us on an intricate trip through the precise moment when the Active technology went global, and how the protagonists from Epitaph One and Two narrowly avoided death, and worse. Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen wrote the Epitaph episodes of Dollhouse Seasons One and Two, and currently write for the Starz series Spartacus. This is their first work in comics. Artist Cliff Richards has drawn more Joss Whedon-related comics than any other artist, including issues of Buffy Season Eight.

This is a limited edition Dollhouse comic book by Dark Horse Comics, which came with the season 2 DVD and Blu-ray, released on October 12th. This One-Shot was released again on March 30, 2011, with 15 pages of additional content.

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This issue picks up essentially where the television series ended up. For those that have not seen the television series, it is probably better to do that first, as the remainder of this review will contain spoilers as to what happens there. The series dealt with the transfer of consciousnesses by an advanced technology and looked at what might occur if this technology ever got out of hand. This is where the story starts as people start to mindwipe one another as society starts to devolve into u...

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