This article is about the comic one-shot. For other uses, see Spike and Dru.
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Spike and Dru: The Queen of Hearts is a one-shot from Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic comic book series. Written by Christopher Golden and illustrated by Ryan Sook, it was originally published on October 13, 1999 by Dark Horse Comics.

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

When Joss Whedon saw the final copy of the first Spike and Dru, he said, “This is what the comic should look like every month!” We decided that called for a sequel. On their way to Sunnydale, the demonic duo stop off in sultry St. Louis, to try their hands at some riverboat gambling. They soon learn, however, that their rest and relaxation isn't quite as peaceful as they'd hoped![1]

Continuity[edit | edit source]

  • Spike warns Drusilla to not strain herself due to her health, in reference to her being recently tortured (The Problem with Vampires).
  • Spike and Drusilla are going to Sunnydale for the first time, as they’ll eventually arrive in episode "School Hard".

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Locations[edit | edit source]

  • Vienna, Austria (Only mentioned)
  • United States

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Death Count[edit | edit source]

  • A police officer, killed by Drusilla.
  • The cabaret bouncer, killed by Drusilla.
  • various people, killed by Drusilla.
  • Zachariah King, killed by Spike.

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