No Future for You, Part Two is the seventh issue of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight comic book series. It was written by Brian K. Vaughan and illustrated by Georges Jeanty. Joss Whedon is the executive producer.


Faith’s out to kill a Slayer.

Lady Genevieve Savidge is one of the most dangerous women on the planet. If she’s left unstopped, the British heiress will usher in the apocalypse. Faith has accepted Giles’s offer of an early retirement package for this gig — but the wetworks will have to wait till she’s infiltrated Savidge’s mystically protected estate.[1]


Faith thinks back to her fight with Buffy many years ago that eventually put her in a coma. She stops reminiscing when she arrives at Genevieve’s party, with a knife concealed in her hair. She hears Giles through an earbud, but throws it away, saying “I’ve got enough voices in my head already.” When Faith gets to the entrance, she is confronted by tight security, inspecting guests who came to the party. Faith acts like a snooty rich girl, which allows her to pass in without an invitation. When Faith is inside, she pulls the knife from her hair, ready to attack Genevieve. However, Faith wonders why she is so nervous about this, when she had killed people before. Meanwhile, Roden watches over the party, and speaks to two gargoyles, telling them to be wary of the fourth person in Genevieve’s receiving line: Faith.

In Scotland, Dawn and Willow have a conversation, and it turns around to the subject of Kenny, with whom everyone thinks Dawn had sex. Despite Willow’s attempts to cheer Dawn up, she cries a little, when suddenly, Renee brings the message that Buffy needs Willow’s advice on computer security.

Later, Faith is outside Genevieve’s house, smoking a cigarette. Faith is determined to go back in and kill Genevieve once she had finished smoking. However, Genevieve startles Faith, who introduces herself as Hope Lyonne, daughter of the Viscount Avalon. As they chat about life and family, Faith slowly draws out the knife from her hair. Suddenly, Faith is lifted off her feet by Roden’s gargoyles. She climbs onto one and sends it crashing to the ground. After disposing of the other, she faints.

In Genevieve’s room, she and Roden are arguing whether or not to kill the unconscious Faith. Genevieve doesn’t want to and thinks Faith would be a great asset as a partner. Faith wakes up and talks to Genevieve. Genevieve mentions that she wants to overtake the queen, Faith asked if Genevieve is going to kill the current queen of Britain. Genevieve, denying it, opens her closet, filled with pictures of Buffy, with the Mark of Twilight on one of them.




Organizations and titlesEdit



Weapons and objectsEdit

Death countEdit

  • "Bachelor number 2", destroyed by Faith Lehane.
  • "Frat boy", destroyed by Faith.

Behind the scenesEdit


  • The title refers to a verse from the Sex Pistols’s song “God Save the Queen”.
  • According to Scott Allie in the previous issue’s “Slay the Critics”, “the entire story [of the ‘No Future for You’ arc] has its earliest roots in Joss [Whedon] and Brian [K. Vaughan] talking about doing a Faith TV movie.”


  • No Future for You, Part Two was the seventh best selling comic issue in its publishing month, with 94,144 sales in October 2007 at comic specialty stores.[2] It was also among the 300 best selling in April 2008.[3]


Pop culture referencesEdit

International titlesEdit

  • French: Pas d'Avenir pour Toi, Deuxième Partie (No Future for You, Part Two)
  • German: Ohne Zukunft, Teil Zwei (Without Future, Part Two)
  • Italian: Nessun Futuro per Te, Parte 2 (No Future for You, Part Two)
  • Portuguese (Brazil): Sem Futuro, Parte Dois (No Future, Part Two)
  • Russian: У тебя нет будущего, Часть 2 (You Have No Future, Part 2)
  • Spanish: No Tienes Futuro, Parte II (You Have No Future, Part II)
  • Turkish: Gelecek Yok, Kısım İki (No Future, Part Two)



Cover artworkEdit



Faith Lehane - “You call this security? Daddy wouldn’t let me go to the market without more firepower than what you children are carrying.”


  1. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8: #7 No Future for You". Dark Horse Comics. Retrieved January 19, 2018.
  2. “Top 300 Comics Actual--October 2007”. ICv2, November 16, 2007. Retrieved January 19, 2018.
  3. “Top 300 Comics Actual--April 2008”. ICv2, May 19, 2008. Retrieved February 07, 2018.
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