Tales of the Vampires

Tales of the Vampires Review

Tales of the Vampires presents stories ranging from medieval times to the Depression to today, all intricately woven around Joss Whedon's central story about a group of young Watchers in training. Not to be missed is Buffy's rematch with Dracula and Angel's ongoing battle with his own demons. Wrapped in a haunting cover by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, these diverse tales flesh out the history and the world of Joss Whedon's unforgettable creations and fill the void left by the Buffy TV show better than any other writers ever could.

Title:Tales of the Vampires
Edition Language:English

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  • Jordan

    I’ve mentioned my fondness for anthologies before, right? Good, no need to retread that. I mentioned that I like how they free writers to explore background characters and the worlds created by popu...

  • Avid Reader and Geek Girl

    I only liked the ones with Spike or Angel...

  • Matthew Lloyd

    Related reviews: Tales of the Slayers Tales of the Vampires is a curious beast. It is difficult to address without comparing it to Tales of the Slayers, although it is generally quite different. It h...

  • PurplyCookie

    Featuring stories taking place in the Buffy universe with various writers and artists, of which I'm not a fan nor a follower, " Tales of the Vampires" may come off as a mixed bag at first, but there i...

  • YoSafBridg

    Dracula said what, and when was that? Have you ever thought that you read a book and when someone is talking about it--like major plot elements, concepts, themes, or characters you have absolutely ...

  • Sam Quixote

    "Tales of the Vampires" is a collection of short comics about... that's right, wombats! Actually its vampires. But there's a twist and it is that each story takes a different look at the vampire, usua...

  • Matt Smith

    As an anthology, this does a fun job of playing with Buffy lore and exploring different little twists and nuggets on vampires. Of course, as with all anthologies, this lives and dies on the strength o...

  • J-Lynn

    You don't have to know the lore of Buffy the Vampire Slayer to appreciate this interesting look at Vampires. But, for avid Buffy fans there are plenty of inside references to keep you interested. Tale...

  • Sunil

    This is more of a mixed bag than Tales of the Slayers, but it has a nice frame story and has more guest appearances by show characters. There are some great vampire stories, some touching, some funny,...

  • Ryan Mishap

    I almost always enjoy it when the point of view is turned around from the hero to the beasties--the beasties are always more complex and interesting than most heroes (although that isn't always true ...