None other than Joss Whedon posted some interesting news at whedonesque.com
Speaking of Darkhorse Comics, they are starting a new Buffy comic, and as I understand it, it will take place after the end of Buffy and Angel and be canon in the Buffy world. And I understand it that way 'cause I'M WRITING IT. I'm kicking off the book with a four issue arc that finds Buffy -- you guessed it -- living in Italy with The Immortal. (Scott -- don't be mad I spoiled the announcement -- saying it means I have to finish it.) Then I'll be overseeing the book more closely, to make sure it remains true. Gonna be interesting. And it just might tie in to...
The infamous Spike movie. Still haven't finalized anything, but I feel that very soon I'll be able to go to James and say something a lot more interesting than "Wouldn't it be cool if..." 'Course, I just hope he's free some time this decade. See how my peeps is all actifying! Tomorrow night is AMIAS, (that's alias with Acker in it.) Happy. And totally jealous.
See, the Buffyverse glows in my brain with a new, overreaching arc that will include the comics, Spike, and more. It's taking shape and soon you will know its name. And you will tremble.
I want to believe, but I've been hurt before.
Wasn't that recent Angel
comic supposed to take place after Angel
5.22 too? Is that canonical or not? It was somewhat disappointing, in any event; I only read the first two issues, because it had almost no story, absolutely no mythology, and nothing to do with any of the other characters. (via AICN
, which also reports that Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
is coming to TV)