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"'''Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow'''" is a one-shot issue of the '''''[[Buffy the Vampire Slayer]]'' [[Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight|Season Eight]]''' series of comic books, a continuation from the [[Buffy the Vampire Slayer|television series of the same name]].
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"'''Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow'''" is a one-shot issue of the '''''[[Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight]]''''' series of comic books, a continuation from the [[Buffy the Vampire Slayer|television series of the same name]]. [[Joss Whedon]] reunites with ''[[Fray]]'' co-creator [[Karl Moline]] for this special one-shot.
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All we know is that Willow went on a walkabout following the demise of [[Sunnydale]], and she met a very sultry, extremely powerful [[Saga Vasuki|serpent lady]] who seems to be the key to unraveling the mysteries of what Willow is, and will become.
 
All we know is that Willow went on a walkabout following the demise of [[Sunnydale]], and she met a very sultry, extremely powerful [[Saga Vasuki|serpent lady]] who seems to be the key to unraveling the mysteries of what Willow is, and will become.
 
[[Joss Whedon]] and his ''[[Fray]]'' co-creator [[Karl Moline]] reunite for this special one-shot!
 
 
Joss Whedon returns!
 
   
   

Revision as of 06:16, October 22, 2009

Template:BuffyComicBooks "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow" is a one-shot issue of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight series of comic books, a continuation from the television series of the same name. Joss Whedon reunites with Fray co-creator Karl Moline for this special one-shot.


Plot

Willow Rosenberg has worn many faces--a shy computer geek, a loyal friend, a passionate lover, a fierce Wiccan, and a dark Willow.

Now in Season Eight of the critically acclaimed, award-winning Buffy comics series, Willow's powers have grown exponentially. She can fly. Teleport. And may or may not be immortal.

All we know is that Willow went on a walkabout following the demise of Sunnydale, and she met a very sultry, extremely powerful serpent lady who seems to be the key to unraveling the mysteries of what Willow is, and will become.


Canonical issues

See also: canon

This series has been described as 'canon' by both Whedon and various commentators. As the creator of Buffy, Joss Whedon's association with Buffyverse story is often linked to how canonical the various stories are. Since Whedon is writing this story, it will be seen as a continuation of the official continuity established by Buffy and Angel.

This may mean it contradicts information given in the previously released non-canonical Queen of the Slayers, and it could potentially contradict the novel Dark Congress.

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