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{{DISPLAYTITLE:''Everybody Loves Spike''}}
 
{{DISPLAYTITLE:''Everybody Loves Spike''}}
   
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|released = December 22, [[2010]]
 
|released = December 22, [[2010]]
 
|pages = 22
 
|pages = 22
|series = [[Spike (IDW series)|''Spike'' (IDW series]]
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|series = [[Spike (IDW series)|''Spike'' (IDW series)]]
 
|number = 3
 
|number = 3
 
|previous = ''[[What Happens in Vegas, Slays in Vegas]]''
 
|previous = ''[[What Happens in Vegas, Slays in Vegas]]''
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'''''{{PAGENAME}}''''' is the second issue of ''[[Spike (IDW series)|Spike]]'' comic book series. Written by [[Brian Lynch]] and illustrated by [[Nicola Zanni]], it was originally published on December 22, [[2010]] by [[IDW Publishing]].
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'''''{{PAGENAME}}''''' is the third issue of ''[[Spike (IDW series)|Spike]]'' comic book series. Written by [[Brian Lynch]] and illustrated by [[Nicola Zanni]], it was originally published on December 22, [[2010]] by [[IDW Publishing]].
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
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==Continuity==
 
==Continuity==
*This series takes place circa year 2005, after the [[fall of Los Angeles]] was undone in ''[[After the Fall, Part Seventeen]]'', but before Spike's arrival with [[Spike's ship|his ship]] in ''[[Twilight, Part Four]]''.
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*This series takes place circa year 2006, after the [[fall of Los Angeles]] was undone in ''[[After the Fall, Part Seventeen]]'', but before Spike's arrival with [[Spike's ship|his ship]] in ''[[Twilight, Part Four]]''.
 
*Beck mentions being a "scared little girl" before she met Spike, in ''[[Asylum, Part Two]]''.
 
*Beck mentions being a "scared little girl" before she met Spike, in ''[[Asylum, Part Two]]''.
 
*Spike and Drusilla are reunited, after last seeing each other in episode "[[Crush]]".
 
*Spike and Drusilla are reunited, after last seeing each other in episode "[[Crush]]".
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*[[Angel]] {{Om}}
 
*[[Angel]] {{Om}}
 
*[[Beck]]
 
*[[Beck]]
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*[[Betta George]]
 
*[[Cordelia (dragon)]]
 
*[[Cordelia (dragon)]]
 
*[[Drusilla]]
 
*[[Drusilla]]
*[[Betta George]]
 
 
*[[Groosalugg]]
 
*[[Groosalugg]]
 
*[[John]]
 
*[[John]]
 
*[[Jeremy Johns]]
 
*[[Jeremy Johns]]
 
*[[Spike]]
 
*[[Spike]]
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*[[Tor (Wolfram & Hart)|Tor]]
 
===Organizations and titles===
 
===Organizations and titles===
 
*[[Team Spike]]
 
*[[Team Spike]]
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*Two demons, neck snapped by Spike.
 
*Two demons, neck snapped by Spike.
 
*Unidentified demon, stabbed by John.
 
*Unidentified demon, stabbed by John.
*Unidentified demon, throat slit by Drusilla.
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*Tor, throat slit by Drusilla.
 
*Two demons, beheaded by Drusilla.
 
*Two demons, beheaded by Drusilla.
 
*Unidentified vampire, incinerated by Beck.
 
*Unidentified vampire, incinerated by Beck.
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{{References}}
 
{{References}}
   
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[[Category:Spike comics]]
 
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[[Category:IDW Publishing]]
 
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Latest revision as of 13:53, November 8, 2019



Everybody Loves Spike is the third issue of Spike comic book series. Written by Brian Lynch and illustrated by Nicola Zanni, it was originally published on December 22, 2010 by IDW Publishing.

SynopsisEdit

A flame from the past is haunting Spike's present, and wreaking havoc in Las Vegas, which is already pretty overrun with demons and vampires and your garden variety sins and sinners. But nothing is never that simple when Drusilla is involved, and a new player is about to make things very… difficult for Spike and company.[1]

ContinuityEdit

AppearancesEdit

IndividualsEdit

Organizations and titlesEdit

SpeciesEdit

LocationsEdit

Death countEdit

  • Two demons, neck snapped by Spike.
  • Unidentified demon, stabbed by John.
  • Tor, throat slit by Drusilla.
  • Two demons, beheaded by Drusilla.
  • Unidentified vampire, incinerated by Beck.

Behind the scenesEdit

ProductionEdit

DistributionEdit

  • Everybody Loves Spike was the 205th best selling comic issue in its publishing month, with 8,611 sales in December 2010 at comic specialty stores.[2]

CollectionsEdit

Pop culture referencesEdit

  • John mentions reading articles from the online encyclopedia Wikipedia.

GalleryEdit

Cover artworkEdit

QuotesEdit

Spike - "There are different kinds of vampire. Got a whole graph I could show you."

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Spike #3 (of 8)". IDW Publishing. Retrieved September 11, 2019.
  2. "Top 300 Comics Actual--December 2010". ICv2, January 9, 2011.
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