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Double Cross, also known as Graduation Day, is the twentieth issue of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic comic book series. It was written by Doug Petrie and illustrated by Jason Minor.

Synopsis

At the end of season three, Angel left Sunnydale without looking back, and without saying good-bye to Buffy. This story takes up directly from the season finale, following Angel as he heads to L.A., and Buffy prepares for her life without him in Sunnydale. They earned a lot of enemies together, and now that they're apart, those forces are closing in. But the connection Buffy and Angel had was closer than anyone knew, and those who thought to take advantage of their separation are in for a surprise. Series writer Doug Petrie takes a crack at his first full-length Buffy comic, and it's a doozy. Exploring in-depth the events in last season's finale, and topping it all off is a cover by J. Scott Campbell.[1]

Continuity

Appearances

Individuals

Organizations and titles

Species

Events

Locations

Weapons and objects

Death count

  • The Soul snatcher demon, killed by Buffy and Angel.

Behind the scenes

Production

  • First published as Double Cross, the story was titled as Graduation Day in the Omnibus and Classic collections.
  • The photo cover features a promotional picture taken for Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 2.

Distribution

  • Double Cross was the 83rd best selling comic issue in its publishing month, with 26,159 sales in April 2000 at comic specialty stores.[2]

Collections

Pop culture references

  • The song "Crazy" (1961) plays on the radio.

Goofs, bloopers & continuity errors

  • Angel's dream gravestone states his birth year as 1753, although in episode "The Prodigal" it's revealed as 1727.

International titles

  • Italian: "Doppia Croce" (Double Cross)

Gallery

Cover artwork

References

  1. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer #20". Dark Horse Comics. Retrieved May 14, 2019.
  2. “April 2000 Comic Book Sales to Comics Shops”. Comichron. Retrieved May 15, 2019.
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