This article is about the comic one-shot. For other uses, see Lost and Found.
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While created as part of licensed material, it has not been confirmed as part of the "real" Buffyverse continuity.

Lost and Found is an one-shot from the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic comic book series. Written by Fabian Nicieza and illustrated by Cliff Richards, it was originally published on March 13, 2002 by Dark Horse Comics.

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

Buffy's dead. Her friends are trying to get on with their lives. Between them, there is enough anger, frustration, loss, guilt and tragedy to drown an ocean… or resurrect an ancient demon. Sunnydale being what it is means things aren't looking too good for the Scoobies. A lovelorn demon has been set free into our dimension, and its food is the grief of Buffy's nearest and dearest.[1]

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Death count[edit | edit source]

  • Unidentified vampire, staked by Sineya (in flashback).
  • Unidentified vampire, staked by an unidentified slayer (in flashback).
  • Unidentified vampire, staked by Anni (in flashback).
  • Xin Rong, drained by Spike (in flashback).
  • Unidentified slayer, drained by an unidentified vampire (in flashback).
  • Buffy Summers, sacrificing herself in mystical energy (in flashback).
  • Two unidentified vampires, staked by Spike (in flashback).
  • Veeya, defeated by the Scooby Gang.

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

Production[edit | edit source]

  • The photo cover includes promotional pictures for Buffy the Vampire Slayer seasons four and five, edited by Dave Stewart.
  • Brian Horton and Paul Lee debut as cover artists for Buffy Classic in this issue.
  • Fabian Nicieza debuts as writer for Buffy Classic in this issue.
  • The Buffy shrine includes a rendition of Sarah Michelle Gellar photoshoot for Rolling Stone magazine issue 783 (1998).

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Pop culture references[edit | edit source]

  • Xander compares the Simo Society to the fictional villain Lex Luthor.
  • In reference to what looked like a small coffin, Anya mentions actor Billy Barty due to his short stature.
  • Spike seeks a Sheer of Cytorrak, an item based on the fictional character Cytorrak.
  • Dawn mentions 7th Heaven TV series.

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