| The subject of this article is non-canonical.|
While created as part of licensed material, it has not been confirmed as part of the "real" Buffyverse.
|A Boy Named Sue|
|Publication date||July 28, 1999|
|Buffy the Vampire Slayer Classic #11|
Hey, Good Looking, Part Two
A Nice Girl Like You
|Published by||Dark Horse Comics|
|Cover artist(s)|| Jeff Matsuda,|
Jon Sibal &
Summer sizzles as Buffy and her pals continue their quest to stem the tide of evil that is rampant on Earth! In this action-packed issue, Selke and the Doctor continue their scheming and hit upon the solution to Selke’s “cosmetic” complaints. Meanwhile, a jilted student at Sunnydale High learns a valuable lesson in gender relations. All the monsters and mayhem of the hit television show, captured in a monthly comic. This July, when things are heating up outside, kick back with the coolest comic around!
- Buffy tells Amy they know magic can have bad consequences, a likely reference to the love spell gone bad the witch cast in "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered".
- Still human, Amy eventually becomes a rat for two years, after one of her own spells once again gone bad ("Gingerbread").
- Angel (Only mentioned)
- Cordelia Chase
- Dr. Flitter
- Rupert Giles
- Alexander Harris
- Amy Madison
- Daniel Osbourne
- Mr. Ralbovsky
- Willow Rosenberg
- Rouleau (Only mentioned)
- Sandstrom (Only mentioned)
- Schneider (Only mentioned)
- Buffy Summers
- Swanson (Only mentioned)
- Todd Dahl
Organizations and titles
Weapons and objects
- Unidentified man, bitten by Selke.
- Two unidentified vampires, staked by Buffy Summers.
- An unidentified vampire, staked by Rupert Giles.
Behind the scenes
- The photo cover features a promotional picture taken for Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 3.
- Todd’s list of surnames in his notebook includes “Swanson”, a likely reference to actress Kristy Swanson, who played Buffy Summers in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie.
- Differently from other representations, at this point the comic issues had vampires also able to transform into green creatures with red eyes, pointy ears, a wide mouth, and long teeth. Although, this seems more like an artistic choice, not having direct consequence to the stories.
Pop culture references
- Buffy jokes about Goosebumps novella series.
- Todd mentions his band appearing on MTV channel.
- Cordelia compares Buffy’s work as a Slayer to ER television series.