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Buffy the Last Vampire Slayer, Part Two is the second issue of the Buffy the Last Vampire Slayer miniseries. Written by Casey Gilly and illustrated by Joe Jaro, it was originally published on January 12, 2022 by Boom! Studios.


After a coven rally meant to heal the atmosphere ends in tragedy, Thessally seeks out Buffy guided only by instructions from an old friend.

Despite their shared past, Buffy refuses to train her. Instead, she delivers Thess to The Watcher's Council, certain they'll be more suitable guardians.

But the Council isn't what they seem, putting Buffy and Thessally in peril, until the intervention of three hooded figures...[1]


  • In this reality, Tara did not die in "Seeing Red."
  • Thessaly is revealed to be Willow's daughter, a witch, and Potential Slayer. The non-canon novel In Every Generation, published in the same month as this story, presents these same characteristics about Frankie Rosenberg.
  • Buffy say that the way she discovered she was a Slayer was more dangerous than Thessaly's. In the main timeline, Buffy went to a cemetery and fought off two vampires so Merrick could prove that she was the Slayer ("Becoming, Part One," The Origin, Part One).
  • Thessaly finds a Fiesta Queen ribbon, which Buffy mentioned she had won in "Homecoming."



  • Angel (Only mentioned)
  • Grace Bronswell
  • Charlie
  • Enyo (Only voice)
  • Delilah Finch (Only mentioned)
  • Rupert Giles (Only picture)
  • Hannah (Only mentioned)
  • Anya Jenkins
  • Mabel
  • Tara Maclay (Only in flashbacks)
  • Willow Rosenberg (Only in flashbacks)
  • Spike
  • Buffy Summmers
  • Thessaly

Organizations and titles[]



  • London
    • Buffy Summers' apartment


Rituals and spells[]

  • "Aim ad cor"
  • "Solis adustio adolebitque"

Death count[]

  • Unidentified vampire, burned by Thessaly.
  • Unidentified vampire, staked by Buffy.
  • Six vampires, including Grace Bronswell, burned by the four witches.

Behind the scenes[]


  • The spell "aim ad cor" translates from Latin as "aim at the heart," and "solis adustio adolebitque" translates as "burn in the sun."

Pop culture references[]

  • Thessaly observes that she was named after a comic book character, the witch Thessaly from the Sandman comics.


  • The issue credits Dani Pendergast for one of the variant covers, but she produced a cover only for Buffy the Last Vampire Slayer #1.
  • Willow calls Tara "Tare" when they first see Enyo's Hour.



Cover artwork[]


  1. "BUFFY LAST VAMPIRE SLAYER #2 (OF 4) CVR A ANINDITO." Previews World. Retrieved on October 22, 2021.