|"Crimes Against Nature, Part Ten"|
|Publication date||August 30, 2017|
|Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 11 #10|
"The Great Escape, Part Nine"
"Revelations, Part Eleven"
|Published by||Dark Horse Comics|
|Cover artist(s)|| Steve Morris|
Megan Levens & Dan Jackson
|Letterer(s)||Richard Starkings & Jimmy Betancourt|
Despite not knowing who their Big Bad is, Buffy and the Scoobies know where the fruits of his or her evil labors are – and they're going in to destroy those fruits... er, maybe. Hopefully, along the way, they'll figure out who – or what – is behind the plot to remove magic from the world in time to save magical beings everywhere!
- The Pandora Project is compared to the Initiative, the organization from Buffy season 4.
- Faith reminds that, different from Buffy, she and Spike have murdered people before: she killed the deputy mayor Allan Finch and the vulcanologist Lester Worth, while Spike was a human hunter himself.
- Previously at Sav-Mor Motel (Santa Fe, New Mexico), the Scoobies are hiding now at Windsor Arms Hotel.
- It's discovered that the Vice President of the United States is involved in the Pandora Project; he was shown with an energetic reaction to the San Francisco tsunami crisis in The Spread of Their Evil, while President Malloy, not involved, had a more worried expression.
- Xander mentions they've seem that absence of magic makes Dawn fade away, which is shown in Buffy Season Nine.
- Buffy considers having Dawn to open a portal to another dimension, an ability she gained through the Vampyr book in Own It, Part Five.
- Buffy Summers
- Willow Rosenberg
- Faith Lehane
- Xander Harris
- Dawn Summers
- Rudy Diaz
- Vice President of the United States
- Vice President male bodyguard
- Vice President female bodyguard
- Financial Times reporter
- Joanna Wise (Only mentioned)
- Ophelia Reyes (Only mentioned)
- President Malloy (Only mentioned)
- Robert Dowling (Only mentioned)
Organization and Titles
- San Francisco
- Windsor Arms Motel
- Sunnydale (Only mentioned)
- Safe Zone (Only mentioned)
- Area 51 (Only mentioned)
- Canada (Only mentioned)
- Montana (Only mentioned)
Weapons and Objects
Behind the Scenes
- The variant cover features a "deleted scene" from the issue, written by Christos Gage and art by Megan Levens.
Pop Culture References
- Xander compares the idea of kidnapping the president to "the wonky seasons of The West Wing," a political drama TV series.
- The Vice President hastily confesses that the Area 51 is "heck of a story," a place largely focus of UFO conspiracy theories.
- Xander quotes Martin Luther King, the American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the Civil Rights Movement.
- As the Vice President, Xander accuses the reporter of "fake news," which mocks American President Donald Trump's habit of indiscriminately declare "fake news."
- The reporter is from Financial Times, an international daily newspaper with a special emphasis on business and economic news.
- Vice President, after a spell of forgetfulness, questions if he had ate "the Governor of Colorado's brownies again," referring to the recipe of brownies with cannabis.