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Un panel aura lieu pour les 20 ans de Buffy au Comic Con de San Dieg, courant juillet 2012 !

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Once upon a time, Buffy Summers became the Slayer, the Chosen One who proved a young heroine could battle the forces of darkness instead of playing damsel in distress. Stars from the hit TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Nicholas Brendon, Clare Kramer) join forces with Dark Horse editor Scott Allie, writer/producer Jane Espenson, illustrator Georges Jentry, and the original Buffy herself (Kristy Swanson, star of the 1992 motion picture), not to mention a surprise guest or two, to celebrate 20 years of slayage.

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James est sensé etre à cette convention pour metal hurlant, je serais surprise qu'il fasse pas coucou

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Yep, la présence de James à cette convention a été confirmée par Clare Kramer !

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je pense pouvoir mettre cet article ici!

#SDCC Buffy Turns 20 Panel – A Birthday Celebration!
by: Clare Kramer on: 7:6:12
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One of the most ground breaking and iconic characters of film, television and comic lore is having a birthday – and we want to celebrate! Hard to believe, but 20 years ago, this month, Joss Whedon‘s brainchild Buffy first graced the big screens across America.

In short, Buffy is one in a long line of young girls chosen by fate to battle evil forces in the form of vampires and demons. How and why has this character changed over the course of 20 years, through three different mediums, and at the hands of different writers, directors and actors? Which storylines and themes were carried through the three incarnations, and what semantics changed?

Join the conversation and celebration with guests:

Nicholas Brendon
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and James Marsters!
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2:15-3:15 Buffy Turns 20: Celebrating 20 Years of Buffy the Vampire Slayer— Once upon a time, Buffy Summers became the Slayer, the Chosen One who proved a young heroine could battle the forces of darkness instead of playing damsel in distress. Stars from the hit TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Nicholas Brendon, Clare Kramer) join forces with Dark Horse editor Scott Allie, writer/producer Jane Espenson, illustrator Georges Jentry, and the original Buffy herself (Kristy Swanson, star of the 1992 motion picture), not to mention a surprise guest or two, to celebrate 20 years of slayage. Room 6BCF

Hosted by yours truly, I truly hope to see you there!
And PS, on a personal note – getting a role on Buffy was like winning the lottery. I’ll forever be grateful! Smile

More info HERE!

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le comicom de San Diego est juste un énorme whedoncomicom 20 ans de Buffy - Comic Con de San Diego 807820
le 13 il y avait un Panel Firefly puis après Joss tout seul, il y avait aussi un panel pour Bones avec David Boreanaz qui a parlé d'Angel
le 14 James été à la présentation de Metal Hurlant et bien évidement il a eu des questions Buffy
le 15 il y a les 20 ans du film avec beaucoup de monde
en fait ça fait quand même pas mal de monde 20 ans de Buffy - Comic Con de San Diego 949455

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Il a lieu aujourd'hui aux US (probablement en soirée là bas, donc pendant la nuit chez nous, j'imagine), donc on aura des vidéos, infos, transcripts et news par rapport aux comics très bientôt ^^

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With San Diego Comic-Con coming to a close, you’d think panels would be dying down... At that’s exactly what we heard on the insanely long line for the Buffy The Vampire Slayer 20th Anniversary celebration, which filled the gigantic Room 6BCF with fans of all the iterations of the Buff-ster. Luckily, we snagged a seat for all the festivities, which included panelists Randall Batinkoff (from the movie), Nicholas Brendon, James Marsters, writer Jane Espenson, Scott Allie from Dark Horse, and comic artist Georges Jeanty, all hosted by Clare Kramer (who you may remember played Glory in Season Five).

Without announcement, the panel kicked off with the end of the first episode of Buffy, then a clip reel featuring the original movie, the TV show, and even the comics, to huge cheers from the packed crowd, all to the tune of Iggy Pop’s “Real Wild Child.” The biggest cheers, by the way, were reserved for Buffy kissing Spike. So there you go, shippers.

Then, Kramer came out and introduced the panel, which she plugged was the first time people from all three versions of Buffy have been in the same place. First up, Brendon talked about he was actually the second choice for Xander. Then it was over to Marsters, who said, “You never know what’s going to happen in life. I remember when I got the call for Buffy, I had told my manager I’d do anything, but I said, ‘Oh, not that.’” His manager encouraged him to watch the show, and then he immediately fell in love.

He also mentioned that with any other TV show, you read the pilot, and you know what'd going to happen every episode... With Buffy, he had no idea what would happen on any given week, and it was terrifying to him by Season Six. "I was just happy to be able to eat," joked Brendon.

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Turning to Batinkoff, he talked about what a humbling experience he had working on the movie with Donald Sutherland and Rutger Hauer, and that Joss Whedon was the nicest guy he ever met.

Then it was on to Allie, who said Dark Horse started publishing Buffy comics without connection to Joss or Mutant Enemy. Then a writer on the show said he was a fan, they started writing for the comics, then Jane Espenson, which brought them to Whedon - who did Fray for the Publisher. After that, Allie said he felt they should "pause" until the show was over. Allie said that the Season 8 was the first time anyone had attempted to continue a TV show with the creator, and that, "Changed the landscape of licensed comics."

Asked whether the writers would improv the characters, Espenson said that Whedon would do that, but the writers never really channeled “The more extreme a character, the easier they are to write. Anya, Jonathan... When you get closer to the center, they get harder, until Buffy is the most difficult of all.”

Moving on to Jeanty, he said that he was concerned about using likenesses, but, “Joss told me, I want Buffy to look like Buffy, not Sarah Michelle Gellar,” said Jeanty, and that clicked everything in for him.

Then it was open to questions from the audience! Here’s some highlights:

Asked about favorite quotes, Jeanty said he loves the Spike quote, “I may be love’s b**ch, but at least I know it.” Then Spike himself brought the house down by simply saying, “Out. For. A. Walk.”

A fan wanted to know what they thought about being in a comic. Marsters said, “Yeah man, I look awesome! Spike can live on, and they don’t have to recast him.” Marsters noted that he told Whedon on the final episode, when asked whether he’d like to come back to Spike, that he’d go anywhere in the world, and do anything for him, “But if you want me to play Spike, you have seven years.”

Then they talked about the lasting influence of Buffy in culture, with Marsters saying, “Every time there’s a story about a young woman that can take care of her own problems, with out the help from a guy with a gun.” Brendon immediately quipped, “All of the NCISes.”

The next question was about Spike’s changing character, with Marsters saying that every season Whedon would come up to him and say, about three episodes in, that he had no storylines for him. So Spike ended up being whatever they needed, from a villain, to the romantic interest, to even the “replacement Cordelia,” said Marsters. Espenson added that, “We had you do that, because we knew you COULD do that.”

Marsters then said that he felt like the writers were “making love” to the actors through their words. Espenson said an enthusiastic “Oh yes!” to laughs from the crowd, then Marsters clarified that he really did feel like he felt like the writers professed their love to the cast by giving them great words, and the actors matched them with their performances. Then Brendon jumped in, saying, “I literally just f**ked my script,” which caused the whole panel - and room - to lose it completely.

After content restrictions had been reaffirmed, and the room had calmed down, the talk turned to favorite plot points or episodes, which Marsters saying he loved the episode where we got Spike’s back-story, because it was so surprising. For Brendon, it was the Snoopy Dance, which of course got the audience to chide him into doing it... Which he did. They then asked whether the Snoopy Dance was in the comic books. “It is now!” joked Jeanty.

Chatting about how the Buffy family has stayed together, Espenson mentioned that she has Whedon coming up on her web series Husbands, Marsters noted he worked with Espenson on Caprica, and Brendon said he makes balloon animals, and people from Buffy are hiring him all the time.

After that, they held a Buffy quiz, and that was it! Good night, San Diego, it’s been real!

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer 20th Anniversary Panel at Comic-Con Thrills Attendants

By Nick Winstead

Another day at Comic-Con, another special day for fans of beloved franchise characters of all kinds. Today, a special panel was held in celebration of one of the most critically and fan-loved franchises in television, film, and comic book history, Buffy, the Vampire Slayer! On hand to talk about the character and her vast universe were a host of actors and those involved in the creative process for the various incarnations of the character were here as well. Actors Nicholas Brendon (Xander Harris) and Clare Kramer (Glory) were on hand, along with Dark Horse Comics editor Scott Allie, writer and producer Jane Espenson,illustrator Georges Jeanty, and from the original movie Randall Batinkoff . There were also some surprise guests!

The panel opened with several clips from the original film and the television show mixed together. Featuring lots of action as well as glimpses of various romantic encounters the slayer had over her seven seasons. The clips were bookended by the last shot from the first episode and the parallel scene of Giles, Xander, Willow and Buffy talking before going off to close the Hellmouth.

Clare Kramer was the first to walk out on stage and address the crowd. “To celebrate Buffy turning twenty, we’ve brought a lot of people here who have been involved with the film, the show and the comics,” she said. Nicolas Brenden, surprise guest James Marsters, followed by Espensen and Allie. Kramer asked Brendon about getting cast “I wasn’t doing it the way they wanted it at first, and then Joss saw me react to something else in the room and he said, ‘do it that way’. I did my scene and I was sitting in the head of FOX Studios, and they passed two of us on to the network. The last meeting, the guy went in first and then I went in. I was doing the audition scene, and I thought I was nailing it at that time. I walked out and thought ‘holy shit I nailed this.’ I go out, they brought the other guy in, he auditioned again, then I got a phone call the next day saying I got it.”

For Marsters, the legacy means a lot “When you think you know what’s going to happen, you get surprised. I was going to go whore myself out in LA and I’ll do something for television. I had a son to raise. I got the call for Buffy, and I thought ‘oh, not that’. They told me to watch it, watch the show and see if I wanted to do it tomorrow. I watched and thought it was awesome! I auditioned, thinking it was a character for one episode, and I auditioned for it, they sent me the script. One thing led to another, and they didn’t kill me off, and there was one point in season six where I showed up, do whatever and whenever, and I had to do that. If you sign up for a television show you kind of know what’s going to happen from the pilot, but with Buffy, you’re being asked to do god knows what. I remember kind of terrified by that and then I realized how lucky I was to be terrified. As an artist you want to be terrified. For me it was surprise after surprise after surprise.”

Batinkoff chimed in. “In the movie I was asked to play her boyfriend. They told me I needed to play a guy who was really stupid. The film got some attention, then I turn around and see that it’s a TV series. I remember trying to get on the show, and here I am 20 years later and still a part of it. By the way, Joss Whedon, coolest guy ever. Most down to earth, he’s at the top of the list of guys who I’ve worked with in my career.” Kramer then asked what it was like to take the brand and move it into the comics. ”The way licensed comics are done have changed so much,” said Allie, “When we started doing the comics in the 90s, we learned the show by watching it, but we had no direct connection to them in the show. They sent stuff to us, we sent it to them, but it wasn’t too connected. Eventually building a relationship got us to do Fray. The comics shifted a lot suddenly. When the show was ending, I told Joss I thought we needed to stop for a bit and wait until the show was ending to see about moving forward. When we started season eight, we really tired to make it unique and it gives us a great opportunity to get the voices and the stories right.”

In discussing the writing, Brendon asked Espenson about the ease of writing the characters. “The more outside characters were easy to write. Anya was pretty easy because she’s so extreme, and then I loved writing Jonathan and Andrew as well. Also I hear the characters in my mind when I’m writing them. When I write a line for Spike I hear James.” Jeanty told the crowd that he was handpicked by Whedon to do some of the art. ”At first I thought they were just blowing smoke to get me to do it, because I wasn’t a Buffy fan to start with,” said Jeanty, “I was told that I just had to make her look like Buffy, not Sarah Michelle Gellar necessarily, but Buffy.” Jeanty then turned the question about the Buffy legacy means to her. Kramer indicated the crowd. “It’s you guys,” she said, “It was great to be part of such an artistic storyline, and I couldn’t have asked for a better project.”

With that, the questions started coming from the audience. Any favorite quotes? Espenson mentioned Willow’s “I doodle, you do doodle too.” Jeanty said that his favorite was when Spike said “I may be love’s bitch, but I can admit it.” Marsters, in his Spike voice, said, “Our for a walk.” Brendon added, “May it please the dark master-bator.” Batinkoff mentioned the prolonged death of Pee Wee Herman’s character in the film. Kramer’s was “Did anyone know that the slayer was a robot?” Another fan asked about the response of the actors to the comics. ”It’s awesome,” said Marsters, ” I don’t want to do injustice to the character if I was to do it again. The time for me playing that character has come and gone, and I love that he is still going. It’s great.” Brendon added, “I never thought I would be in a comic book, so that’s great to me.”

Another fan question came about where does the panel see the influence of Buffy on other media. Allie said, “I see it in all the paranormal romance stories out there.” Kramer said, “I think it broke ground for things like The Hunger Games and Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.” Another fan asked about the changes that Spike’s character underwent during the show. ”Jane can talk about this too. The characters are more defined by how they say something and not what they say. I always felt like I was being put in there as needed. At first I was a villain who was supposed to die. Then I was the wacky neighbor for awhile, then I became kind of Cordelia’s replacement when she left to go to Angel, you know the naysayer who says everyone is going to die. Then I was the wrong boyfriend when Buffy came back to life. In the end because everyone who was in it was very talented, the ride tended to be more diverse than for other characters.” Espenson added to that, “We knew we had a great actor. We knew we could put him in that Hawaiian shirt and we knew that he could make it work.”

Brendon asked Espenson about the rumors he heard that Joss wanted to kill Xander but that they compromised with him losing an eye. ”I never heard anything about that in particular,” said Espenson, “but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t batted around. You did lose an eye though!” Another fan asked Espenson about the big moments in her career. ”Working with Joss is not that you just get the great exposure of being on a great show, but it’s that you learn so much. How do I make people laugh, how do I make them cry. It’s why I’m here today.” Another question was about favorite plot points or episode. ”I loved filming the 100th episode,” said Kramer, “that was my favorite. It was a lot of stunt work, which I love.” Marsters said, “I loved going back and seeing what William was like before he was a vampire. It was one of those times where I was wrong. I though he was always a bad guy. I remember being scared a little and ultimately putting that wig on remember just having a fabulous time with that scene.” ”Did Xander have any plot points,” Brendon joked, “there’s so many, but I love the Snoopy dance.” He then proceeded to demonstrate it for the audience!

Jeanty talked about his favorite pieces. ”I loved doing the Harmony story.” Espenson said, “I loved doing the recent one where Spike is naming the bugs on the ship, and on the show I loved the Jonathan reveal in “Superstar”.” Allie mentioned “The Body”. Espenson who mentioned all the show runners and producers who are huge Buffy fans who have incorporated pieces of Buffy into their own work, citing examples like Torchwood and Once Upon a Time. For Brendon, a question was about his work on the video games. ” I never got to see them. It’s just a lot of saying the same things over and over in a room! It is strange sometimes to see my face on so many pieces of merchandise, I will say that.” A final question was about the family environment that was established on Buffy and if it has continued in other ways. “I just did some work for Jane on Caprica, and I had some work with Charisma Carpenter on Supernatural recently.”

The final part of the panel ended with a quiz for the audience, with the prizes being comic books signed by the entire panel. The audience was very enthusiastic about giving answers about famous quotes, Buffy’s address for her home, the Mutant Enemy slogan and how many vampires Buffy staked between the film and the television series.

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This month marks the 20th anniversary of a little film about a cheerleader who’s told she is destined to fight vampires. It would eventually lead to a popular TV show and comic books, and a lot more.
A Comic-Con panel Sunday paid tribute to 20 years of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. More after the jump.The panel was moderated by Claire Kramer, who played the evil goddess Glorificus during Buffy’s fifth season. Her guests included everyone who’s been with all three incarnations of Buffy. Randall Batinkoff, who played Buffy’s boyfriend Jeffrey, represented the movie. Kristy Swanson, the original Buffy, was invited but couldn’t make it because she’s making a film in Canada. Nicholas Brendon and James Marsters, Xander and Spike respectively, were there for the TV show. Scott Allie and Georges Jeanty were there for Dark Horse, along with Jane Espenson, who wrote for Buffy on TV and in the comics.
Espenson explained why Buffy is still popular: “I think it’s because high school still exists, and that high school is still Hell”. She adds that Buffy’s battles while being in Sunnydale High School still inspire a lot of people.

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Then the discussion turned to the actors who were the men in Buffy’s life, movie and TV versions. Brendon recalled how he had to win Joss over to get the job as Xander, and about his competition. Marsters admitted that he wasn’t sure that being on Buffy was for him… until he watched the show. Since he got the role of Spike he was always surprised about what he’s had to do, wear/not wear for six seasons, (Nick jumped in about how he wore a bra). Still, he was happy about how challenging the role had become. ”I realized how lucky I was to be terrified,” he said, “because as an artist, you don’t want to be safe. You want challenges… It was surprising, really, that I got in the middle of something much better than I ever had thought that I was getting into.”
Batinkoff recalled how he enjoyed working in the movie and with talented actors like Donald Sutherland, Rutger Hauer, Paul Reubens, Luke Perry, and Kristy Swanson. He was later surprised that it would become a TV phenomenon a few years later and had asked his agent to get him on the show. While it didn’t happen, he was still happy to be part the original movie. He also had high praise for Whedon, who wrote the movie [editor's note: the version filmed was extremely different than the final script. See "The Origin" for Joss' original conception]
While Buffy has made its mark in movies and TV, she also made history by being the first TV show to make the transition to comics with the help of the man who created her.
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Allie (center) from Dark Horse said in the past, comic books based on TV shows or movies usually didn’t have any connection with producers of the original source. Buffy comics had existed while the show was on the air, but the relationship was different. “We just sent things to Fox, and they sent things to us,” he said. “and we did our best to get it right.” When Joss decided to make a “season eight” of Buffy as a comic book series, especially after the success of Fray, that changed. “That was the first time that the guy who created the show,” Allie said, “ the guy who ran the show was saying ‘I’m gonna keep telling the story’”. Now other TV shows are doing the same thing. That’s why if Fringe had not gotten a fifth season on Fox, we would have found out what happened next in comics. It also works the other way, as The Walking Dead is enjoying a big success on AMC as a live-action drama, even though it has its own storyline that is close to the original source.
Espenson (left) also admitted that writing for the Buffyverse has been second nature now. “These voices are so in my head now for so many years I don’t have to say it out loud anymore. I hear it my head that it’s Spike.” She also says the more extreme characters, like Anya, are easy to write, Spike and Xander somewhere in the middle, and Buffy the most difficult of all.
Jeanty (right), who draws the Buffy comics, admitted he didn’t know much about the show when Joss suggested he take the job to draw her. Once he realized he didn’t have to draw Buffy as Sarah Michelle Gellar, it became much easier. “If you could recognize the nuance of that character,” he said, “I thought I could get away with it.” Successfully creating a new Buffy, an incarnation exclusive to the comic world, has been part of the series’ success.
But what about Kramer, who was Buffy’s nemesis on TV? What does the Slayer mean to her?
“The fan base, which is you guys,” she said, “are really what makes Buffy, in essence, the whole experience. It’s wonderful writing, it’s great directing. It’s really, amazing to me, part of like an artistic storyline….. I couldn’t ask for a better project.”
Then it was the fans’ turn to ask questions. They asked what were the actors’ favorite lines. Martsers had “Out for a walk, bitch”, although the famous line from season three “I may be love’s bitch, but I’m man enough to admit it” also got a lot of applause. Another was from the comic book where Xander asks Buffy, “You need some alone time, boss?”, and she replies “Is there any other kind?” Of course, there are many more unforgettable lines from the Buffyverse.
Marsters was also asked about Spike’s journey in the comics. He said that he looks “awesome” on the page. More importantly he says, “Spike can live on and they don’t have to recast it.” He also said that Spike has taken many roles over the years. He started as a formidable villain, then later the “wacky neighbor” since a chip in his head kept him from biting people. Then he became an unlikely lover for Buffy, and the sacrificing hero. He would come back on Angel as an unlikely ally. Espenson was a little surprised about how many changes Spike has made, but it’s really a testament to Masters. “We knew we had this amazingly versatile character,” she said, “largely because we had this amazingly versatile actor.”
Brendon also talked about how he heard Joss was thinking of killing off Xander in season seven, and his writers talked him our of it. Espenson claims she didn’t remember that discussion, but she’d never do it anyway.
The cast also talked about their favorite plot points. For Claire, it was Glory’s defeat in the 100th show. Marsters said it was “Fool For Love”, where we finds out who Spike was before he was a vampire. Brendon didn’t think of one, but he did do the Snoopy Dance.
After the panel, Brendon introduced what has been the traditional closing event for Comic-Con, the “Once More With Feeling” sing-along, which is only done at the con.
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the creation of Buffy the Vampire Slayer may not have been as big as the Firefly panel at Comic-Con, but it was still a great reminder of a girl who has inspired countless numbers of people and maybe pop culture in general. As Kramer pointed out, the Slayer may be the inspiration of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo or The Hunger Games. It wasn’t too long ago we saw Marsters and Charisma Carpenter on Supernatural. Some of TV’s best show-runners are Buffy fans, including Shondra Rhimes, who hired Marti Noxon as a consulting producer. The influence of Buffy will be felt for quite some time.
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James Marsters at the Buffy panel, San Diego Comic-Con, 15 July 2012. Nicholas Brendon also makes an appearance, in which he does the Snoopy dance and uses the F bomb (not at the same time Wink so here's your WARNING for language.


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The panel gives their fave quotes from the series. Missed Jane's quote, which was Willow's "A doodle. I do doodle. You, too. You do doodle, too. "

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Joss Whedon has a large Comic-Con presence. This year alone, the writer/director partied with fans, took part in a Firefly 10-year anniversary panel (arguably the convention’s hottest event), had another panel that was basically a one-man show, and in general took a great big victory lap for directing The Avengers, which one or two people saw.

But on Sunday, the Con’s final day, 2,500 people gathered in the confusingly named Ballroom 6BCDF to pay tribute to one of Whedon’s oldest and perhaps most-cherished works: Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Though Whedon himself wasn’t present, the panel brought together people from each of Buffy’s incarnations: the not-so-good 1992 film that started it all, the beloved television show, and the hit post-show comic book. Original Buffy actress Kristy Swanson had been slated to appear, but couldn’t make it due to a “scheduling conflict.” Not that the crowd cared that much — even in a room of Buffy die-hards, the movie was barely a blip on the radar. Replacement panel guest Randall Batinkoff (who played Swanson’s boyfriend in the film) mostly sat there in confused silence while everyone focused on the TV show.

The crowd cared a lot more about two of the other guests: actors Nicholas Brendon (Xander Harris) and James Marsters (Spike). Brendon was a charming and funny presence, acting a lot like his on-screen alter ego (though far more potty-mouthed). Marsters was humble and gracious throughout, talking about his affection for the writers and how much the series continues to mean to him.

Other panel guests included Jane Espenson, who has written for both the show and the comic, and comic artist Georges Jeanty. The panel was moderated by series actor Clare Kramer, who played season-five baddie Glory. It must be said though: if anyone in attendance was actually a vampire, it was the fresh-faced Kramer, who hasn’t aged a day since Buffy.

Following the panel, Brendon returned to the stage to introduce “Once More, With Feeling,” the fan-favorite musical Buffy episode. The always-game Brendon even sang some of his more memorable lines from the episode, much to the crowd’s delight. Then, as the lights dimmed, the blissed-out crowd began to sing along to every Whedon-penned song. Now that’s something you can’t do with The Avengers.

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