Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 11 Issue 3 Advance Review With Spoilers

Warning Of Spoilers!

  Neither cover is that good. The problems are: the additional text found at the bottom right for the regular cover. While the absurdity of the situation is kind of lame and hard to place in time for the deleted scene variant. However, the interior work is fine technically. Personally I think Christos Gage is still relying too much on current and/or past allegories/references. Yet he has seemingly dialed back the amount per issue so the content is not as depressing or unexplored as issue 2's. In conclusion I think this may turn out to be a good meta story provided that the rest of the season is as good as this issue. Also that we survive the real world events happening involving, or affected by, the Orange One, his cronies and others who promote hatred and harm.*


 *Note: Sorry to my readers for having to break my promise to rise above politics, but needs must.


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