Comic book reviews for
Angel & Faith #1, Angel & Faith #2, and Angel & Faith #3 by Christos Gage
Average rating: 4.3/5 stars.
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Satsu appears in the
Buffy the Vampire Slayer comic book. She’s Japanese, and she’s an out lesbian. Satsu quickly became one of the best fighters and one of Buffy’s favorite new Slayers. Satsu
Satsu falls in love with Buffy. When Buffy’s put under a magical sleeping spell, it is Satsu’s true love’s kiss that awakens her. No one knows who woke up Buffy, including the audience, until Buffy herself figures it out by Satsu cinnamon lip gloss.
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Kennedy is introduced as Willow Rosenberg’s love interest in the
Buffy the Vampire Slayer TV show, and her character continues into the comic book series. She’s portrayed as arrogant, self-assured, cocky, and raised upper class in New York City. (Some have speculated that she is supposed to be part of the Kennedy family.) Kennedy also starts immediately hitting on Willow upon her introduction. Kennedy
Kennedy starts off as a brash potential Slayer. She’s been raised with the assistance of Watchers all her life so vampires and other demons are of no surprise to her. Kennedy’s folly is that, of course, she can be too confident.
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Willow Rosenberg, along with the rest of the cast of
Buffy: the Vampire Slayer, started out on the small screen. But now, she appears in the comic book, which continues the series. Willow Rosenberg
Willow herself was a breakthrough as one of the first lesbian characters on network television. Willow is a computer nerd, the bookish smart one, and a witch. She’s one of Buffy’s best friend, and her and Xander have been friends since they were in kindergarten.
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Wonder Woman #28 by Gail Simone, Stormwatch: P.H.D. #18 by Ian Edginton, and Hulk (Vol 2) #9
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