Joss Whedon taps into the mythology he created for ”Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and spins a tale of a futuristic Chosen One. Long after the meaning of the word slayer has been forgotten (along with the word vampire), tough-but-cute career thief Melaka Fray heeds the call of destiny when demons once again threaten to take over the world. While the original run of this miniseries suffered from a slow start and a wildly erratic publication schedule (to put it mildly), the collected edition will allow readers to enjoy all the laughs, thrills, and twists without interruption. Plus, it’s got flying cars.
Fray Joss Whedon taps into the mythology he created for ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' and spins a tale of a futuristic Chosen One. Long after the meaning of...Fray Joss Whedon taps into the mythology he created for ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' and spins a tale of a futuristic Chosen One. Long after the meaning of...2003-11-21
Posted November 21 2003 — 12:00 AM EST
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