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==Continuity ==
 
==Continuity ==
 
*Buffy wishes that she'd never given [[D'Hoffryn]] powers, which happened in ''[[In Pieces on the Ground, Part Three]].''
 
*Buffy wishes that she'd never given [[D'Hoffryn]] powers, which happened in ''[[In Pieces on the Ground, Part Three]].''
*Xander is made temporally invisible, as he previously had in "[[Listening to Fear]]".
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*Xander is made temporally invisible, as he previously had in "[[Fear, Itself]]".
 
*D'Hoffryn kills [[Anya (ghost)|Anya]] making her burn alive, similarly to the way he killed [[Halfrek]] in "[[Selfless]]".
 
*D'Hoffryn kills [[Anya (ghost)|Anya]] making her burn alive, similarly to the way he killed [[Halfrek]] in "[[Selfless]]".
 
*D'Hoffryn makes the Scoobies various offers they were tempted before in this same season:
 
*D'Hoffryn makes the Scoobies various offers they were tempted before in this same season:
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**Spike denied forcing the [[Shanshu Prophecy|Shanshu prophecy]] in ''[[I Wish, Part Two]]''.
 
**Spike denied forcing the [[Shanshu Prophecy|Shanshu prophecy]] in ''[[I Wish, Part Two]]''.
   
* This issue invokes the recurring joke from the series where a person doesn't know who [[Andrew Wells|Andrew]] is.
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* This issue invokes the recurring joke from the series where a person doesn't know who [[Andrew Wells|Andrew]] is, from
 
* A new [[Magic Council]] is established; D'Hoffryn had killed all members in ''[[Own It, Part One]]''.
 
* A new [[Magic Council]] is established; D'Hoffryn had killed all members in ''[[Own It, Part One]]''.
 
* Xander and Dawn resume their relationship; they had began their break in ''[[New Rules, Part Five]]'' and grew closer during ''[[Own It, Part One]]''.
 
* Xander and Dawn resume their relationship; they had began their break in ''[[New Rules, Part Five]]'' and grew closer during ''[[Own It, Part One]]''.

Revision as of 21:08, September 4, 2017


Own It, Part Five: It's on You is the thirtieth and final issue of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Ten comic book series. Joss Whedon is the executive producer.

Synopsis

In the final issue of Season 10, the fight for the world has come down to Buffy, her friends, and their gamble...[1]

Continuity

Appearances

Individuals

Organization and Titles

Species

Locations

Weapons and Objects

Death Count

Behind the Scenes

Trivia

Collections

Pop Culture References

Gallery

Cover Artwork

Preview

References

  1. http://www.darkhorse.com/Comics/26-438/
  2. https://www.stevemorrisart.com/blog/5psa9exntgr7zn354hp2nnhr3m4hry
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