Buffy Cazavampiros: Origen

Buffy Cazavampiros Origen Este volumen incluye completos los n meros al de la miniserie Origins y los n meros al de la serie regular de Buffy

  • Title: Buffy Cazavampiros: Origen
  • Author: Christopher Golden Andi Watson
  • ISBN: 8493180998
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • Este volumen incluye completos los n meros 1 al 3 de la miniserie Origins y los n meros 1 al 3 de la serie regular de Buffy.

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    1. WrensReads Review:Remember that "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" movie that kind of got shoved under the couch and forgotten because it wasn't that great and so then the show happened and heaven opened up and showed us the glory of Buffy and all that she can be?Yah this is basically that movie without the bad acting.Buffy was the "IT" girl in school. Hot guy on her arm, head of the dance committee, and the girl all the boys drooled after. She even had the whole lollipop thing going for her that was a [...]

    2. Ekim Ayı Cadılar Bayramı Temalı Kitap Maratonu'mun son gününde Buffy'nin avcı olduğu ilk zamanı anlatan bu çizgi romanı okuyarak küçük bir ironi yapayım dedim:) Bu ironiyi yapmak için çok kafa patlattım.Tabii Buffy'nin Gentlemenli bu bölümüne gönderme yapmak için patlattığım kadar değil. Neyse-Bu kitapta Buffy the Vampire Slayer'ın 1992 yapımı "origin" hikayesini tekrardan çizgi roman tarzında yazmışlar. Orijinal filmi bilenler bilir; Buffy karakteri fena değil [...]

    3. So, my wife and I have been watching Buffy The Vampire Slayer recently. We’re basically on a Joss Whedon kick, to be honest, but that’s not a problem by any means! Aside from all the premature cancellation going on, at least…. Anyway, you may or may not know that before the show there was a movie. Whedon wrote the screenplay, but there were a lot of changes made during the production process that he felt detracted from the overall quality and tone of the work. When he got the chance to rev [...]

    4. Looks like we're not in for much different from the movie. Of course there is a bit of a different look and feel over all. The moment where Buffy first meets Merrick is more like the revised version of that scene in the Buffy TV show. I thought Donald Southerland did a great job in the role in the movie, but I understand why they went with the series imagery on this one. This would be a great comic to read for any serious Buffy fan. Anyone who has seen the movie and isn't uber obsessed could pro [...]

    5. So, all the hardcore Buffy fans have probably watched the original movie from 1992 and will thereby be familiar with the basic plot of this comic depicting the time where Buffy was called as the Slayer and met her first watcher Merrick. Thing is, the movie wasn't very good (in my opinion), but the comic is, because the comic is based on Joss Whedon's original script for the movie (which was changed during production) and thereby tells the story the way it was supposed to be.For those of you who [...]

    6. That asshole that watches a movie, then re-reads the source material and tells you what was wrong? That's usually me. ButI have a soft spot for this movie, so I can't bring myself to talk about how Merrick was way cooler in the comic (he killed himself to keep from being turned by Lothos!), or how Luke Perry was a horrible choice for Pike (THAT HAIR!), or any of a number of other things that would usually bug the shit out of mee I still totally love it - the movie, I mean. So, yeah. The comic is [...]

    7. I loved the Buffy tv-series so it is no suprise I liked this one as well. It is amazingly fun, so if you enjoy not too serious vampire stories or Buffy this book is certainly for you.

    8. So I just finished reading the Buffy origin graphic novel. I haven't seen the movie in a good while, but it's fairly close. All in all I thought it was okayish. Having seen the movie, I didn't really need to read the comic.My least favorite bit about the comic is that it lost my favorite line from the movie: Pike's response when his vamped friend asks to be invited in. "Invite you in? Man, you're floating!" Not only is it hilarious but it's a fun reference to Salem's Lot. I was sad to see it was [...]

    9. Buffy fue una de las heroinas de mi infancia (y parte de la adolescencia) y volver a ponerme en contacto con ella a través de los comic, no tiene precio. Me encantó!

    10. The Origin is a story that Buffy is telling her friends, Willow and Xander, about how she learned she was The Slayer. Buffy's story begins in L.A. with both her parents, (before the divorce) and in high school. Buffy was a popular cheerleader with a football player boyfriend. She didn't have a care in the world until vampires showed up to the party! Along with the vampires came Merrick, the official "Watcher" for Buffy, who was about 15 years late! Way to go dudeNow all Merrick has to do is conv [...]

    11. I enjoyed this. I was a HUGE fan of the movie when that came out, it was one of my favorites as a little girl. Then when the show came out, I was a freakin fanatic. Seriously, I lived and breathed BTVS. My obsession tapered off before the series was over, so I never got into the comics, but when I heard about this one, the true vision of what Joss Whedon intended the movie the be, I was intrigued. I didn't see a huge difference from comic to movie, except for some Merrick scenes. That is what I [...]

    12. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Origin by Christopher Golden and Daniel BreretonIn Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Origin Christopher Golden and Daniel Brereton bridge the gap between the original movie and the television series. The plot sticks relatively closely to that of the movie, but the character is closer to the Buffy that we know from the television series. The illustrations, too, look like Sarah Michelle Gellar and not the actress from the original movie.In The Origin we encounter a more n [...]

    13. If you like science-fiction and horror then Buffy the vampire slayer: The Origin by Dan Brereton is the book for you. Buffy you are the chosen one Merrick said you are the chosen slayer to defeat the vampire king ate his own game. Yeah sure i'm the chosen one Buffy said tho merrick i'm the chosen slayer sure why not. These are lines from the book. Do you believe in vampires? Do you think Buffy will defeat the vampires or will they defeat her? The answer is well your going to have to read the bo [...]

    14. 3.5/5. Not the best Buffy comic but a preferable alternative to the horrible movie. Buffy's origin is not treated as a joke but highlights many of parts of Whedon's original plan for the slayer. The art is a little exaggerated when it comes to the female characters and the vampires look more like goblins than the signature Buffy vamp faces, but thankfully later issues don't have this problem.

    15. I would absolutely recommend this to fans of btvs, even those who haven't read the season 8 or 9 comics. While "The Origin" isn't radically different than the less-than-stellar pre-television Buffy film, the beginning of Buffy's journey as Chosen feels so much more in-line with the show. The writers even cleverly included Kristy Swanson's Buffy's best line from the film. I quite enjoyed this origin story for Buffy!

    16. The story transitions to the Buffy we know from the movie. It seemed like the panels were copied straight from the movie, but the writers changed it up a little bit --> spoiler I don't know why they made the vampires green. Were those super vamps? I don't know why Lothos was made into a vamp with a heinous face. He was a beautiful, majestic vampire boss. The show made vampires beasts with human qualities. It felt like this illustrated story decided to leave that out.

    17. More enjoyable than the movie, in some ways. I went in knowing this was based on the script--anyone who complains that this is a 'retelling of the movie' or, 'OMG! It's a COMIC book!' Didn't read the description properly.It's more like Buffy from the series, but not quite everything Sarah Michelle Geller brought to the character. Feels like a young and naive version from Season 8 Just a hair off.

    18. This is the comic book version of the Buffy movie, but it follows Joss Whedon's original concept and script to tie it in more with the TV series and established the Buffy comics. It's pretty good, and fits in perfectly with the series by the characterisation and the tone. Some of the vampires are very bat-like which however does not fit with the continuity of the show, but a definite must if you are a fan.

    19. Nothing special really but I had to read it. Doesn't have quite the dialogic genius I love about the series and Whedon's work in general. Also, not being a graphic novel reader typically, I found it difficult to follow who each piece of dialogue was attributed to and I felt the scenes jumped around a lot. I did a lot of trying to see if I skipped a page.

    20. This is somewhat mislabeled in ; it's a trade paperback collecting the first issues of the earlier Buffy comic series published 1998-2004 by Dark Horse. Dan Brereton helped Christopher Golden script his earlier mass market paperback into comic format; illustrations are by Joe Bennet. When the series began to be collected, "The Origin" was Volume 0 of the series.

    21. Decent retelling of the movie. Some parts are done far better than the film (the ending battle, for instance), but neither art nor the adaptation's scripting ever really rises above serviceable. Not bad though.

    22. A thousand times better than the movie in that all the best parts of the movie are still there, and all of the worst parts are not, and then at the end it actually ties in with the series. I won't read the rest of the series that follow the show, but I will pick up at season 8.

    23. This graphic novel is said to be a truer version of Joss' script for the Buffy movie than what ended up being made. It is a darker, less comic tale than the film and so much better. People should just let Joss do what he does and not try to make him more "marketable."

    24. This book is a comic adaptation of the 1992 movie version of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, only using Sarah Michelle Gellar's likeness instead of Kristy Swanson's. I think it was very well done, they included a ton of the lines from the Whedon classic film.

    25. I think 2.5 out of 5 is more fitting. Im not overly enthusiastic about this title just because its a retelling of the movie. So , I cant give this originality marks or anything. It was enjoyable enough and Im not a Buffy loyalist. Though I am a man fan of Joss Whedon.

    26. I feel like I have waited so long for this, even if it was right here waiting for me this entire time. This was how it all started, the way it was supposed to be. How could you not love it?

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