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Omnibus, Volume 4 is the fourth volume of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic trade paperbacks, collecting issues nine to eleven, thirteen to sixteen, and seventeen to twenty, as well as the complete miniseries Angel: The Hollower, one-shots, and short stories. It was originally published on May 7, 2008 by Dark Horse Comics.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Volume Four of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus series concludes Buffy's high school career, wrapping up Season Three of the show's storyline. Collected in this volume are: The complete "Bad Blood," saga written by Andi Watson (Clubbing), the first attempt at making a "season" of the comics, where Buffy battles a sultry vampire who hungers for a lot more than blood; the first comics work by Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series writer Doug Petrie, and critically acclaimed artists Eric Powell (The Goon), Ryan Sook (Star Wars: Rebellion), and Cliff Richards (Buffy Season Eight #10), whose stories follow the Scoobies through their final year at Sunnydale High; and includes the first Angel miniseries, The Hollower, written by acclaimed Buffy novelist, Christopher Golden (Baltimore: or the Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire).
Stories[edit | edit source]
- Hey, Good Lookin', Part One
- Hey, Good Lookin', Part Two
- A Boy Named Sue
- Love Sick Blues, Part One
- Love Sick Blues, Part Two
- Lost Highway
- She's No Lady, Part One
- She's No Lady, Part Two
- Old Friend
- Bad Dog
- "Hello Moon"
- "Dead Love"
- "Mall Rats"
- "Spike and Dru: Who Made Who?"
- The Hollower, Part One
- The Hollower, Part Two
- The Hollower, Part Three
- Double Cross
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
Distribution[edit | edit source]
- Omnibus, Volume 4 was the tenth best selling graphic novel in its publishing month, with 4,119 sales in April 2008 at comic specialty stores.
International titles[edit | edit source]
- Spanish (Spain): Omnibus, Volumen 4 (Omnibus, Volume 4)