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Angels We Have Seen on High is a short story from Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic comic book series. Written by Fabian Nicieza with Scott Lobdell, and illustrated by Jeff Matsuda, Hakjoon Kahn, and Nolan Obena; it was originally published in November 2002 by Dark Horse Comics.

SynopsisEdit

Responsibility sucks. And sometimes, there's no avoiding it. You are what you are. You do what you do. For newly minted fifteen-year-old Buffy Summers, that means being the Slayer — a protector against the demons that shadow mankind. Or on this night, a fate worse than that… a Friday night stuck dragging her little sister around the Santa Monica pier!

ContinuityEdit

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LocationsEdit

  • Los Angeles County
    • Santa Monica Pier

Weapons and objectsEdit

Death countEdit

  • Unidentified vampire, staked by Buffy Summers.
  • Unidentified vampire guard, staked by Angel.

Behind the scenesEdit

ProductionEdit

  • This story originally appeared in the anthology magazine Reveal! issue #1.
  • The title refers to the Christmas carol "Angels We Have Heard on High" (1862).
  • The story takes place in the Pacific Park amusement park located in Santa Monica, California.
  • Jeff Matsuda included a cameo of characters Uncle and Jade, which he designed for the cartoon show Jackie Chan Adventures. He appears as himself in the "the end" panel, along with background artists Hakjoon Kahn and Nolan Obena.

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Pop culture referencesEdit

  • Buffy says she's "Michelin girl", in reference to the tire manufacturer.
  • Dawns calls a trio of vampires as "Chains 'R' Us", in reference to the name of baby product retailer Toys "R" Us.
  • Dawn says Buffy has a "NyQuil face", in reference to the brand of cold medicine.
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