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Withdrawal is the forty-first issue of the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic" series. It was written by Tom Fassbender and Jim Pascoe and illustrated by Paul Lee.

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Buffy's finally back in the game, fully recovered from her recent trip to heaven. But someone else is back, too – the sexy vamp D.J., Velatti. She's out for revenge, and she's noticed that Willow's powerful addiction to magic is growing out of control. [1]

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  • Dawn uses a backpack with Paul Frank's character Julius the Monkey.
  • The "Hoop" bear is a parody from the character Pooh Bear.

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