|This article is about the comic book collection. For other uses, see Twilight.|
“Twilight” is the seventh volume of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight trade paperbacks, collecting issues thirty-one to the thirty-five of the comic book series, as well as the one-shot Willow: Goddesses and Monsters.
Buffy Summers and her Slayer army have suffered heavy losses throughout Season Eight and faced scores of threats new and old, but the one mystery connecting it all has been the identity of the Big Bad — Twilight!
In this penultimate volume of Season Eight, New York Times best-selling novelist and comics writer Brad Meltzer (The Book of Lies, Identity Crisis) joins series artist Georges Jeanty in beginning the buildup to the season finale in the story line that finally reveals the identity of Twilight! In the aftermath of the battle with Twilight's army, Buffy has developed a host of new powers, but when will the other shoe drop, and will it be a cute shoe, or an ugly one? Still reeling from the losses of war, Willow goes looking for missing allies, and discovers a horrifying truth about several of the Slayer army's recent ordeals. Adding to the mayhem is the unexpected return of Angel, in his Season Eight debut!
- Twilight, Part One
- Twilight, Part Two
- Twilight, Part Three
- Twilight, Part Four
- Willow: Goddesses and Monsters
- Willow Rosenberg (6/6)
- Buffy Summers (5/6)
- Angel (5/6)
- Rupert Giles (5/6)
- Xander Harris (5/6)
- Faith Lehane (5/6)
- Satsu (5/6)
- Dawn Summers (5/6)
- Andrew Wells (5/6)
- The General (4/6)
- Amy Madison (4/6)
- Warren Mears (4/6)
- Kennedy (3/6)
- Daniel Osbourne (2/6)
- Spike (2/6)
- Aluwyn (1/6)
- Claudine (1/6) (Only in flashbacks)
- Cori (1/6)
- Ekajati (1/6)
- Riley Finn (1/6)
- Melaka Fray (1/6) (Only in flashforwards)
- Ganderfleb (1/6)
- Gnog (1/6)
- Muffitt (1/6)
- Remati (1/6)
- Sineya (1/6) (Only in flashbacks)
- Vajrayogini (1/6)
- Unidentified Indian Slayer (1/6)
- Unidentified Slayer (1590s) (1/6) (Only in flashbacks)
- Unidentified soldier (Turbulence) (1/6)
Behind the scenesEdit
- Features cover gallery.
- “Twilight” was the fifth best selling graphic novel of its publishing month, with 6,714 sales in October 2010 at comic specialty stores.
- French: "Crépuscule" (Twilight)
- German: "Im Angesicht der Dämmerung" (In the Face of Twilight)
- Italian: "Twilight"
- Spanish: "Crepúsculo" (Twilight)
- Turkish: "Türbülans — Alacakaranlık" (Turbulence — Twilight)
- ↑ “Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 Volume 7: Twilight TPB”. Dark Horse Comics. Retrieved December 12, 2017.
- ↑ “Top 300 Graphic Novels Actual--October 2010”. ICv2, November 8, 2010. Retrieved December 12, 2017.