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"Drusilla: Run and Catch" is a comic book miniseries indefinitely postponed. It was going to act as a spin-off from Angel & Faith series, published under the Season Nine banner by Dark Horse Comics.

PremiseEdit

As Drusilla flees through the streets of London, her savagery is witnessed by a documentary filmmaker who becomes fixated on her. He wants to bring the story behind such a unique and mysterious specimen to the big screen! His hunt for Drusilla, past, present, and future, sets him on a path of no return![1]

ContinuityEdit

The story would take place after Drusilla’s last apparition in Daddy Issues, Part Four, when she ran away from Angel near a group of patrolling Slayers; and before her mention in Family Reunion, Part Four, when it’s revealed she’s killed Marianne and injured Patsy.

CancelationEdit

The miniseries was announced in March 2012, with its first issue to debut in June. Due to a scheduling conflict, it was delayed indefinitely.[2] Editor Scott Allie indicated it would be released after all other Season Nine series had concluded.[3]

However, years after the delay was announced, the miniseries had still not been released. In 2015, Allie declared he didn’t know if the comic would ever be published.[4]

In 2018, Dark Horse Comics lost the license of both Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel comics and, as such, the miniseries is finally confirmed as to never be released. With this, cover artist Steve Morris began to share his unpublished artwork.[5]

PublicationsEdit

The miniseries would include 5 issues, to be collected in one trade paperback.

IssuesEdit

Cover A Cover B Title Issue Release date
DrusillaRunCatch1A DrusillaRunCatch1B Run and Catch, Part One #1 June 20, 2012
Writer: Juliet Landau Artists: Cliff Richards & Tim Seeley
As Drusilla flees through the streets of London, her savagery is witnessed by a documentary filmmaker who becomes fixated on her. He wants to bring the story behind such a unique and mysterious specimen to the big screen! His hunt for Drusilla, past, present, and future, sets him on a path of no return!
DrusillaRunCatch2A DrusillaRunCatch2B Run and Catch, Part Two #2 July 18, 2012
Writer: Juliet Landau Artists: Cliff Richards & Tim Seeley
DrusillaRunCatch3A To be

revealed.

Run and Catch, Part Three #3 August 22, 2012
Writer: Juliet Landau Artists: Cliff Richards & Tim Seeley
DrusillaRunCatch4A To be

revealed.

Run and Catch, Part Four #4 September 19, 2012
Writer: Juliet Landau Artists: Cliff Richards & Tim Seeley
DrusillaRunCatch5A

To be

revealed.

Run and Catch, Part Five #5 October 24, 2012
Writer: Juliet Landau Artists: Cliff Richards & Tim Seeley

PreviewEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Dark Horse Comics Solicitations for June, 2012". Comic Book Resources, March 14, 2012
  2. Kiel Phegley, “Dark Horse Delays ‘Buffy’ Spinoff ‘Drusilla’ Indefinitely”. Comic Book Resources. April 04, 2012.
  3. “Q&A with Scott Allie for Buffy Season 9 #13”. SlayAlive. September 13, 2012.
  4. Hannah Means Shannon, “Buffy’s Belated Birthday Bonanza At Wizard World Portland”. Bleeding Cool, January 29, 2015.
  5. Steve Morris on Twitter, December 05, 2018.
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