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Comic Issue
"Freaky Giles Day"
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Publication date September 23, 2015
Pages 22
Series
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Ten #19
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Creative Team
Published by Dark Horse Comics
Writer(s) Christos Gage
Nicholas Brendon
Penciller(s) Rebekah Isaacs
Editor(s) Sierra Hahn
Jim Gibbons
Cover artist(s) Steve Morris
Variant Cover
Rebekah Isaacs
Dan Jackson
Inker(s) Rebekah Isaacs
Colorist(s) Dan Jackson
Letterer(s) Richard Starkings
Jimmy Betancourt
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"Freaky Giles Day" is the nineteenth issue of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Ten comic book series. Joss Whedon was the Executive Producer.

Synopsis

With a little help from Willow, Giles is given a second chance at adulthood, and the demon scourge smells weakness. Meanwhile, Buffy and Dawn are reunited with their neglectful father, Hank Summers.

Continuity

  • Hank Summers appears himself for the first time since "When She Was Bad". He was last seen in "Normal Again" as part of Buffy's hallucinations.
  • When informed of her father's wedding, Buffy asks how ugly will the bridesmaids dresses be, referencing the events of "Hell's Bells".
  • Hank states he does not want Buffy in his wedding for "safety reasons" and she agrees by recollecting the deaths of Tara, Anya, Jenny and Giles.
  • Dawn recollects Hank's absence after Joyce's death ("The Body") and when she was turned into a giant (sometime before 'The Long Way Home').

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  • This issue variant cover is a homage to Jack Kirby's cover of "The Incredible Hulk" #1 (1962).

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