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Food Chain is the eight volume of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic trade paperbacks, collecting issues twelve, sixteen, and twenty of the comic series, as well as four extra stories. It was originally published on July 25, 2001 by Dark Horse Comics.


The largest Buffy collection ever! "Food Chain" presents such landmarks in Buffy's comics history as T.V. scribe Doug Petrie's first comics story, "Bad Dog," drawn by the notorious Ryan (The Spectre) Sook; Christian (Rising Stars) Zanier's first two-part Buffy tale; and Chris Golden and Tom Sniegoski's first Buffy collaboration, from the 1999 Buffy Annual. Also presented here is the unforgettable "Double Cross," Doug Petrie's epilogue to Buffy's third season, dealing with the night Angel left Sunnydale once and for all. These stories span three years of Buffy's history, taking us through the breakup with Angel, and into the college years.[1]



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International titlesEdit

  • French: La chaîne alimentaire (The Food Chain)
  • Italian: Catena alimentare (Food Chain)



  1. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Vol. 7 Food Chain TPB". Dark Horse Comics. Retrieved September 5, 2019.
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